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Carolers set holiday mood, encourage small business shopping
Carolers set holiday mood, encourage small business shopping
 
Pam Carswell Keep Macon Bibb Beautiful
Ty Wilson Talks With Pam Carswell From Keep Macon Bibb Beautiful.
 
SMALL BUSINESS 12-13 GDCI
SMALL BUSINESS 12-13 GDCI
 
Savvy Shopper- F.Y.E.
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District 49 Senate Discussion Forum Gulfport
All three candidates running for the state senate spot of District 49 were put in the hot seat tonight in a public discussion. News 25's Taylor Rubach attended the Harrison County Republican Women's Senate Forum and gives us more on what each candidates plans are for the future of District 49. With Sean Tindell vacating the senate seat of District 49, three republican candidates are now nearing the end of the election period, eager for the position. Monday night the Harrison County Republican women held a senate forum to give each candidate the opportunity to tell the public why they are the best choice. To be able to communicate, get everybody on the same page and have good conversation. I'm all about building bridges not road blocks. I'm confident i can make a difference in Jackson. - Joel Carter Candidate District 49 Senate I have created hundreds of jobs, I’ve put thousands of dollars in governments through state sales tax. I've created over 200 different events in the southeast impacting millions of people. - Ron Meyers Candidate District 49 Senate Get taxes lowered for the business in our state and another thing i want to begin to work on is our education. I've already began to speak to lots of teacher and principals on what we need to do to help them in the classroom. - Dan Carr Candidate District 49 Senate This special election will be the first time that either of them will be running for political office. And while each is in the race to succeed, all three have their minds in the same direction if elected. Obviously one of the things we have to get settled is the b-p money coming back to the gulf coast, we need to get the education situation straightened out and get teachers better pay. - Ron Meyers Candidate District 49 Senate “We need to get the b-p money back here to the coast. That's going to be one of the very first things, you know, that the first thing there is to begin to work to get that money here where it belongs on the coast.” - Dan Carr Candidate District 49 Senate 100 percent of the money needs to come down here. They just released an economic report the Gulfport Business Council did and were struggling. Were four thousand jobs down from pre Katrina while the rest of the states are up 55 thousand jobs. - Joel Carter Candidate District 49 Senate Voters will make their choice come the December 19th election ....a run off if needed...will be held January 9th. In Gulfport, Taylor Rubach News 25.
 
Iberia Bank To Pay Federal Penalty
Iberia Bank, headquartered in Lafayette will pay nearly 11.7 million dollars. The fine is to to resolve allegations it filed false claims for federal loan guarantees.
 
Bluegrass Small Business Development Center
Bluegrass Small Business Development Center offer free small business consulting service
 
Wanted for credit card fraud
Biloxi police are asking the public’s help identifying the women pictured here. She is wanted for questioning in a credit card fraud case. Police say the surveillance video footage shows her using a forged credit card at a business on Pass Road once on November 24th and again on the 25th. She’s described as a white female with brown hair in her early forties. Anyone with information should call Biloxi police.
 
Women business owners band together for small business Satur
Women business owners band together for small business Saturday
 
Women business owners band together for small business...
Women business owners band together for small business Saturday
 



Local Women Are Launching Their Dreams Into a Full-fledged B
Two Charleston organizations are helping women launch their dreams into a full-fledged business.
 
Chatbooks Women Council
Chatbooks Women Council
 
Report: Women-owned businesses rising
A recent report says the number of women-owned businesses has been rising.
 
women's foundation
women's foundation
 
November is "Hire a Veteran First" Month
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. Governor Hickenlooper declares November to be "Hire a Veteran First Month asking business owners to think of the men and women who've served our great county by putting our veterans' sacrifices first. We spoke with veterans at the Veterans' Art Center about their thoughts on this declaration, and what types of skills and abilities veterans can offer. "If I was an employer, I would much rather hire a veteran and the main reason why is because the military is the one that taught me my work ethic", says Semantha Russell. They're incredibly well disciplined and a service is a form of discipline." During this November, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is also trying to help make those with military service with a newly redesigned website that helps veterans find quality jobs at the website, www.hireacoloradovet.gov.
 
SFU Soccer
St Francis women geared up for national stage
 
Fairview Cjrostian - Pure Joy
There is a free event for women at Fairview Christian Church to be an encouragement to women...
 
Derma Tech - November 2017
They have Biote for men and women and they have specials for the month of November...
 
LWV Candidates Forum - Reading City Council District 1
Reading City Council District 1 candidates Lucine Sihelnik and Louis Perugini field questions from League of Women Voters moderator Lily Kober
 
LWV Candidates Forum - Reading City Council President
Candidates for City of Reading Council President, Jeffrey Waltman and Sheila Perez, field questions from League of Women Voters moderator Lily Kober.
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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