DUNBAR, W.Va. (AP) - West Virginia officials are telling college students to look through the state's surplus property to save money on furniture or a used car.
The West Virginia State Agency for Surplus Property says its facility in Dunbar is a valuable resource for students on a tight budget.
Officials say they recently received a supply of furniture from Canaan Valley State Resort, including chairs, dressers, tables and nightstands. The agency also says it has a large assortment of vehicles on its lot.
All property is sold in "as is, where is" condition.
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