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Replacing 01-05 Honda Civic Front Lower Control Arm Bushings

I discovered my wifes civic had horribly bad lower control arm bushing wore out and when we hit certain bumbs or turns it would clunk real bad. In ...

Sights & Sounds of the Season

* The King University Music Department Is hosting a Christmas tree lighting and candlelight caroling event  at 6 p.m., Nov. 30 on the Oval located on the main campus in Bristol, Tennessee. Students, faculty, staff and alumni along with the local community are encouraged to participate. Everyone in attendance will be given lyric sheets and candles before the ceremony begins. The Christmas tree lighting will take place at 5:30 p.m. with the heart of King University, Ms. Jewel Bell, lighting the tree; Ms. Bell just celebrated her 65th year as an employee of King. Carolers will then begin singing beloved Christmas songs. The evening will culminate as carolers circle the Oval while singing to candlelight. Light refreshments will follow.

* The Town of Big Stone Gap will hold its Christmas Tree Lighting in Miner’s Park after the Christmas Parade at 6 p.m., Nov. 30.

Banker of the Year: KeyCorp's Beth Mooney

When KeyCorp announced in October 2015 that it was buying First Niagara Financial Group in Buffalo, N.Y., for $4.1 billion, the reaction from investors ranged somewhere between disappointment and shock.

Though flush with capital that it needed to put to work, Key to that point had given little indication that it was interested in pursuing acquisitions. Investors, who hate surprises to begin with, viewed the price tag — roughly 170% of First Niagara's book value — as too high and the projected revenue gains and cost savings as overly optimistic. They were particularly spooked by the anticipated dilution to tangible book value that Key officials said would take roughly a decade to earn back.

Yet despite the howls of protest — bank investor and blogger Tom Brown called the deal "a ticking time bomb of value destruction" — Key Chairman and Chief Executive Beth Mooney never wavered in her belief that acquiring the $39 billion-asset First Niagara was the right move for Key and its shareholders in the long term.

Eric Holder: Is the "strategy" of libs...closing the?

proverbial door AFTER the proverbial horse has gone out?


Yes, very similar to their lack of insight to homeland terror threats.

President Obama has ordered a sweeping review of how the suspect managed to board the flight from Amsterdam AFTER taking his eye off the threat of terrorism from abroad.