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Edwin Diaz confident Mets can build ‘great bullpen’ in free agency

Edwin Diaz was the biggest piece to the bullpen puzzle that Mets general manager Billy Eppler needs to solve this offseason.  And in a Zoom press conference on Thursday, Diaz, speaking publicly for the first time since signing the most lucrative contract for a relief pitcher, $102 million for five years, the closer said he had faith the Mets would find a way to build another solid relief corps.  “I’m back and I know all the free agents, but Billy will do his best to get a great bullpen, like we had last season,’’ Diaz said. “I can’t wait to see what...
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Saraya Goes From One Dentist To Another

AEW star Saraya recently got her wisdom teeth removed, and for anyone curious, the surgery was not performed by her bitter rival Dr. Britt Baker!. Saraya took to social media Thursday to point out the irony in her getting dental surgery after recently wrestling Baker, who just so happens to be a dentist by profession.

Spoofhound boys open season with a win

The Maryville Spoofhound Boys Basketball Team defeated Platte County 83 – 73 to start their season at the Savannah Tournament November 29. It was a back-and-forth first half, with the game being tied 14 – 14 at the end of the first quarter. Platte County was able to jump out to a lead in the second quarter, going up 36 – 31 at half. It was a different story in the third quarter however, as Maryville was able to flip the script, taking a 60 – 54 lead into the final period of play. The team never relinquished the lead again, and Senior Keaton Stone was able to put the exclamation point on the victory, finishing off an alley-oop late in the fourth quarter.

Who Will Receive a $1,000 Check as a Christmas Bonus?

Teachers in the United States of America are getting an early Christmas surprise for their efforts during these trying times. During the holiday season, they will be eligible for a $1,000 surprise bonus; you can find out who is qualified and which states are offering it. Many public schools in Anne Arundel County will get […] The post Who Will Receive a $1,000 Check as a Christmas Bonus? appeared first on Food Contessa.

Bob Huggins, ahead of WVU at Cintas Center: 'I don't have any good thoughts of Xavier'

West Virginia Mountaineers head coach and Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2022 inductee Bob Huggins, whose record as the University of Cincinnati Bearcats head coach from 1989 to 2005 was 399-127, added fuel to the fire of WVU's upcoming showdown Saturday night with the Xavier University Musketeers at Cintas Center as part of the 2022 Big East–Big 12 Battle. ...

Holiday Evergreens That Hide the Neighbors – Ken Lain

Now is the time to plant privacy screens for maximum growth and seclusion in spring. Without strategically placed evergreens in the yard, it can feel as if prying eyes are looking right into your home. Not only does your privacy seemingly disappear, but that neighbor’s debris pile can be on view!

Prescott Mayor Phil Goode’s December Letter

During this time of year, our thoughts turn to all of wonders of Christmas and the holiday season. Prescott is Arizona’s Christmas City. This was done by proclamation by Arizona Governor Rose Mofford in 1989. Prescott has proudly carried this title, and we have endeavored to live up to it ever since. A few years back Prescott was named one of the best City’s in America to experience Christmas.
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The U.S. Wants the EU to Be Strict With China. But Europe Can't Afford It

While the European Union has dubbed China as a "strategic rival" on different occasions, it is pursuing a different approach from the U.S. Data from Europe's statistics office showed that China was the third largest buyer of European goods and the most important market for imported EU products in 2021.

North Star Advocacy Center’s Lemar is named the Grinch

The Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce announced Cindy Lemar as the winner of its Grinch Contest to kick-off a Very Merryville Christmas. This year’s voting total of $2,446.02 goes to Lemar’s nonprofit, the North Star Advocacy Center. Grinch Cindy made her public debut November 28 at Makers’ Monday...

Attorney General Brnovich Announces $1 Million Settlement with Google Over Radio Ads

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Monday that his office, along with a coalition of five other states and the Federal Trade Commission, obtained proposed consent judgments from Google, LLC and iHeartMedia, Inc. Pending court approval, these judgments will resolve the coalition’s investigations into the use of fake endorsements for Google Pixel 4 radio ads. The consent judgments secure more than $9.4 million in civil penalties, of which Arizona will receive $1.1 million.

Vista Chamber December News

Today begins the most festive time of year! It’s also small business season. Who will you support this holiday? Shopping local is simple, convenient and invests in our community.. Check the Vista Magazine for our business directory and support local today. Also, the time of year offers many opportunities...

Opinion: Elon Musk Should Tell EU Censors to Bugger Off – David Harsanyi

If Elon Musk truly believes that Twitter is a front in the “battle for the future of civilization,” he has a chance to prove it. The Biden administration has already threatened to investigate Musk on multiple occasions, which isn’t surprising considering its unprecedented antagonizing toward free expression. Democrats like Sen. Elizabeth Warren have promised to create new “rules” governing discourse on the private platform. (Remember when leftists were pretending to be fans of free-association rights?) Hillary Clinton’s approach has been more sweeping, calling for the European Union to create a technocratic speech regime to govern American companies to “bolster global democracy before it’s too late.”