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By Sanctuary Body Spa of St. Dominic's
Local Boutique Sportique will be Showcasing Swimsuit Trends and Slimming Options

By Sanctuary Body Spa of St. Dominic's
Sanctuary Body Spa’s Prom Packages Will Leave You Feeling like a Princess

By Sanctuary Body Spa of St. Dominic's
Debbie Jansen Named Director of Spa Services at Sanctuary Body Spa of St. Dominic's

By Fred Page CPA
Mississippi Department of Revenue Announces Tax Refund Delays.

By Professional Development Resources
License renewal and continuing education information for Mississippi-licensed speech-language pathologists (SLPs) and audiologists. License renewal deadline June 30, 2012.

By Arcadia Publishing
Local author June Davis Davidson pens new book on this Mississippi city.

By Sabina Gault - Konnect PR
Memphis Residents Welcome the Creator of the World’s First All-Trampoline, Walled Playing Court

By JGH Relations
The newest edition of the MS Pulp Con, to be held from noon until midnight at the Arts Center of Mississippi in downtown Jackson on February 11th 2012 will celebrate pop culture with artists, guests, and a film fest, among many other offerings.

By The Mortgage Lending Group, Inc.
The Mortgage Lending Group, Inc. announces that its residential and commercial websites are now live, with staff and loan product information.

By Mississippi Magnolia Productions LLC
“Is Uncle Pete Really Dead? Will Debut In Decatur, Georgia

By Sanctuary Body Spa of St. Dominic's
Interior Color Palette Influenced by Indigenous Flora and Fauna

By Arcadia Publishing
Local author Duane Bullard pens new book on this Mississippi county.

By International Pageants
Traci Mongeon of Ackerman was recently crowned Mrs. Mississippi International and will go on to compete for the title of Mrs. International 2012 during the final competition in Chicago, July 17-21, 2012.

By J. Simien PR, Inc.
Ignite is a non-profit organization based in south Jackson, Miss. To demonstrate its commitment to education, Ignite will partner with local colleges, universities, high schools and business owners to hold its first ever Internship Tour.

By Jessica Simien
J. Simien PR, Inc. expands its services to include Do-It-Yourself PR Seminars for individuals and small business owners who are looking to learn more about public relations, but do not have the budget to hire a full-time practitioner.

By Katharine Jones
The previously unpublished diaries of Georgina Barrett Devlin have just been published by her great, great granddaughter, Katharine Jones.

By Patriot Software, Inc.
Mississippi small business owners have a new online option for payroll software: Patriot PAY, offered by Patriot Software, Inc.

By Ken Hall
Stevens Auction Company is about to expand its presence in the South, having recently acquired the building in Flomaton that previously housed Flomaton Antique Auction, Inc., with an inaugural sale at the facility on Saturday, Nov. 12.

By Frank Forte
BLACK POWDER COMIC BOOK---ACTION PACKED FIRST ISSUE!--A Bloody Frontier Adventure!--Set during the catastrophic New Madrid earthquake of 1812.

By Prime Management Services
Strategic Planning Session held in Birmingham, Alabama for the Sunbelt Promotional Products Association.

By Arcadia Publishing
Local author pens new book on this Lowndes County city

By Prime Management Services
The non profit organization has experienced strong growth since hiring the Birmingham based firm in August 2008 despite a rough economy.

By Professional Development Resources
Mississippi-licensed Social Workers are required to obtain 40 hours of continuing education during each renewal cycle.

By Bobby Kearan Campaign
Bobby Kearan, the Reform Party candidate for Governor of Mississippi, wants to give voters a stronger voice in state elections. To accomplish this, he supports a modified "Ranked Choice" voting system.

By Carin McDonald
Manhattan-based fund manager provides $13.1 million in note acquisition financing ultimately secured by a power retail center located in central Mississippi.

By Desire Street Books
The trade paperback edition of "Wolf's Run" by Louis Hillary Park has been released and the novel is on sale at a special discounted price for the July 4 weekend at Desire Street Books website.

By Ken Hall
The historic antebellum home in Hamilton, Miss., known as Cedarwycke Plantation, plus its lavish furnishings, will be sold at an on-site auction slated for Saturday, June 18, at 9 a.m. (CDT). The sale will be conducted by Stevens Auction Company.

By Encore Construction Group
(D’Iberville / Biloxi, Mississippi) June 3 – Encore Construction Group, LLC began work on the newest addition to the Biloxi Regional Medical Center at the Promenade shopping center this past week.

By Arcadia Publishing
Local author pens new book on Mississippi's second largest city

By Cochrane & Associates, LLC
The environmental experts at EC2 provide mold and indoor air quality (IAQ) testing services to help businesses and residents after the historic floods.

By Mira Sound Germany
Mira Sound Germany releases Michel Montecrossa's admonishing New-Topical-Song prayer ‘Land Under Water‘ dedicated to all flood victims from Pakistan to the Mississippi and more.

By Cochrane & Associates, LLC
The IAQ Video Network’s production about avoiding indoor air quality problems after a flood provides information to those affected by the historical floods.

By The Mortgage Lending Group, Inc.
The Mortgage Lending Group, Inc., a Louisiana and Mississippi Licensed Mortgage Company, welcomes new additions to its originating team, and is actively recruiting in both states.

By Niki Tudge
The DogSmith National Dog Training and Pet Care Franchise, announces its newest location serving Oxford, MS.

By Avant Media Communications
The family of Frederick Jermaine Carter wants a full investigation into his hanging death after a new autopsy report by the Mississippi State Examiner lists his manner of death as "pending investigation."

By Myers Ink
Eye Associates of the South, which has clinics in Biloxi and Gulfport, opened a third clinic on the Mississippi Gulf Coast in Ocean Springs. This is the eye group’s second expansion since its main clinic was gutted by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

By The Mortgage Lending Group, Inc.
The Mortgage Lending Group, Inc., a Mississippi and Louisiana Licensed Mortgage Company, announces that its website has been updated and is now live, with current company and product information.

By Silver Eagle Manufacturing Company
North Carolina and Mississippi are first National Guards to add Silver Eagle CRCT trailers to their fleets, allowing them to carry climate regulated medications, blood, plasma and food during disaster relief efforts and military maneuvers.

By Country Cottage
Know a nurse who has meant something to you? Someone who eases the pain of a shot and makes you laugh at each appointment? Country Cottage in Corinth is sponsoring the 6th Annual Alcorn County Nurse of the Year Award to recognize that extra. . .

By Southern Cultural Heritage Foundnation
The Southern Cultural Heritage Foundation (SCHF) is proud to host “Dancing the Blues”, the spring performance of the Vicksburg Performing Arts Company (VPAC). The performance will be held on April 8 and 9 at 7:30pm in the SCH Auditorium.

By PR First
Nancy Telian, is co-author and co-director of Reading with TLC, a company that offers a multi-sensory program on phonemic awareness and phonics with proven success as a supplement to the core reading curriculum in Pre-Kindergarten through grade 2.

By Bay Coast Coaching & Consuting Partners
Over 400 children in South Alabama and Jackson County MS will visit Santa’s Village, talk to Santa and shop with Santa’s Elves Dec. 18 in Mobile.

By The Foundation for Educational Choice
Voters in Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Mississippi, New Jersey, and New York decidedly favor charter schools, tax-credit scholarships, and vouchers, according to a new report released today by the Indianapolis-based Foundation for Educational Choice.

By ANGLES Public Relations
Gary Aldridge Shares Expertise in Increasing Profits and Improving Cash-Flow

By Advanced Micro Controls Inc.
SKA - Simpson & Associates is now representing Advanced Micro Controls Inc (AMCI) in the Southeast area.

By Late Nite Books
The author of The Dying Times is seeking help from zombie fans and the general public alike to help launch the novel by using Kickstarter, a website used to garner support of creative projects through a variety of rewards.

By Late Nite Books
BRANDON, MS -- Late Nite Books is releasing a horror novel called The Dying Times, the first in a series called The Survivor Chronicles detailing first-time author Brian Kittrell's vision of the end of the world filled with flesh eating zombies.

By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
Two new studies show how communities can cut the number of heart attacks - and slash unnecessary medical care expenses - at virtually no cost, confirming many earlier similar studies, says Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)

By Tim Boerio
Construction and Real Estate software resellers have merged together to operate as Alliance Solutions Group. Both companies provide software solutions and consulting services to construction and real estate companies.

By John F. Blair, Publisher
Kathleen Koch, former CNN correspondent and author of Rising from Katrina calls on Obama to recognize the devastation Hurricane Katrina inflicted on Mississippi by visiting it on August 29. She will speak at Politics & Prose in D.C. Aug. 25.




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