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Clarion-Ledger Indexes
 YEAR 1995 G 

G
  • Gagneaux, Jeffrey SEE Jackson Police Department (1995)---Shotgun...
  • Gainey, Ryan
    • Master gardener speaks at Davis Planetarium, 5/5/95, 1E
  • Galloway United Methodist Church
    • New senior minister Sam Morris, 6/17/95, 1D
  • Gambling, Choctaw Reservation
    • Silver Star advertising has advantage, 1/11/95, 7A
    • Silver Star like other inland casinos is flourishing, 1/11/95, 1A
  • Gambling, Gulf Coast
    • 4 casinos lack storm moorings, 6/26/95, 1B
    • Several approved caninos delay construction, 9/15/95, 1A
  • Gambling, Louisiana
    • Mississippi outperforming Louisiana
      • Louisiana pols blamed, 10/13/95, 1A
  • Gambling, Louisiana SEE ALSO Gambling, New Orleans
  • Gambling, Mississippi
    • $.25 slot machines most popular, 4/7/95, 1B, 3B
    • $134.5 Million in revenues, January 1995, 2/22/95, 5B
    • $29.7 Billion in wagers in 1994, 9/6/95, 1A
    • $30 Million taken in June 1995, 8/25/95, 8B
  • GAMBLING, MISSISSIPPI
    • 1994 REVENUES ($1.46 BILLION) DOUBLE 1993 TAKE, 1/19/95, 1B
  • Gambling, Mississippi
    • Are casino jobs really all that desirable?, 11/7/95, 1A
    • Casino customers who think they were cheated can appeal, 4/16/95, 2G
    • Casinos collect food, toys for needy at Xmas, 12/21/95, 6B
    • Casinos improve child-support payment in many counties, 2/9/95, 1A
    • Casinos: a user's guide, 3/23/95, 12E+
    • Corruption goes hand in hand with spread of casinos, 9/24/95, 1A
    • Expert Nelson Rose warsn of gambling-related problems, 8/16/95, 3B
    • Gambling addiction program, 9/14/95, 4B
    • Games work to casinos' advantage, experts say, 1/27/95, 1A
    • Gaming Commission on constant lookout for cheating, 6/12/95, 1A
    • Gaming roads program (DOT), 2/5/95, 1G
    • IRS waiver form redone: no access to casinos workers' tax files, 6/9/95, 1A
    • Laurel ad firm drops casino accounts: cites wrath of God, 4/18/95, 1A
    • Mafia may be linked to state casinos, FBI chief says, 1/25/95, 3B
  • GAMBLING, MISSISSIPPI
    • MISSISSIPPI OUTPERFORMING LOUISIANA, 10/13/95, 1A
  • Gambling, Mississippi
    • Problem gambling: compulsion, addictive behavior on rise, 3/26/95, 1A
    • Quirky is the word for gaming legislation, 7/1/95, 1A
  • GAMBLING, MISSISSIPPI
    • RELIGION & GAMBLING
      • CHURCHES GO TO VARIOUS LENGTHS IN OPPOSITION, 5/13/95, 1D
      • SOME CHURCHES REFUSE DONATED WINNINGS, 5/13/95, 1D
  • Gambling, Mississippi
    • Restrictions too limiting, Nevada official says, 5/4/95, 1B
    • Slot machines offer best chance of winning in Mississippi, 3/12/95, 1A
    • Slot machines: steady players can get shoulder pain, 3/31/95, 1A
    • Tunica's casinos lead state in revenues, 10/2/95, 1A
  • Gambling, New Orleans
    • Casino not expected to hurt Mississippi gaming, 5/1/95, 1A; 5/2/95, 3B
    • Harrah's shuts temporary casino, halts work on permanent one, 11/23/95, 1A
  • Gambling, US
    • American Gaming Alliance
      • New voice for industry, 5/29/95, 1B
    • Industry is organizing nationally and in Mississippi, 9/11/95, 1A
    • Industry will survive scrutiny, executive says, 12/16/95, 1B
    • Profits from casino stocks drying up, 12/28/95, 1A
    • Proposal to name national commission, 2/5/96, 1B; 5/8/96, 17A; 8/21/95, 1B; 9/5/96, 1A
  • Gaming Commission
    • Aids in arrest of 3 cheaters in Connecticut, 7/1/95, 1B
    • Crackdown on video poker and slot machines, 6/1/95, 1B
    • Investigators on constant lookout for cheating in casinos, 6/12/95, 1A
    • PEER investigation into personnel training, 6/8/95, 13A (Minor column)
    • Requests 4.8% budget cut, 9/14/95, 4B
  • Gammill, Mellissa
    • Released after 10 months
      • Wrongly convicted of burglary, 4/14/95, 1B
    • Retiring JPD officer Ray Prouty helped prove innocence, 4/15/95, 1A
  • Gang violence, Jackson
    • Bellview Place shooting linked to turf war, 3/22/95, 4B
  • Gang violence, Mississippi
    • Prisons see increase, 7/26/95, 1B
  • Gangs, Florence
    • Florence Area Gang Task Force, 1/25/95, 5B
  • Gangs, Greenville
    • Police fight gangs by building trust, 3/14/95, 3B
  • Gangs, Mississippi
    • Death penalty no deterrent to gang violence, expert says, 9/26/95, 2B
  • Gangs, Rankin County
    • Cities taking precautions to keep gangs out, 1/28/95, 4B
  • Garbage, Bolivar County
    • Those owing fees may not get trash bags, 9/14/95, 5B
  • Garbage, Hinds County
    • BFI awarded 3-year contract, 5/4/95, 4B; 5/12/95, 5B
    • Rural residents complain of no garbage pickups, 6/5/95, 3B
    • Supervisors fail to choose company to pick up trash, 1/21/95, 5B
  • Garbage, Jackson
    • Contract is up for vote, 4/29/95, 4B
    • Landfill site at Wiggins and Shaw roads opposed, 6/27/95, 4B
    • Transfer station angers northwest Jackson residents, 6/14/95, 4B
    • Transfer station near Whiterock Homes is opposed, 2/2/95, 4B
  • Garbage, Lee County
    • Garbage collectors to help fight crime, 9/3/95, 3B
  • Garbage, Rankin County
    • Supervisors seek 5 legal rubbish-dumping sites, 10/5/95, 9B
    • Supervisors seek private land for dumping, 6/6/95, 2B
  • Garbage, Tupelo
    • Clash between Waste Management and Browning-Ferris, 10/28/95, 3B
  • Gardening
    • Computer sketching software: Look Into the Garden, 6/15/95, 1D
    • Ready, set, garden!, 3/30/95, 1D
    • Who needs calendar? Gardeners watch for signs, 3/30/95, 1D
  • Gardening SEE ALSO Nurseries
  • Gardens of Madison County
    • Fund-raiser, 5/26/95, 1E
    • Phillip Watson lectures, 3/7/95, 1D
  • Garner, Nicole
    • Companion Robert Harvey arrested in her slaying, 11/18/95, 4B
  • Garner, Roosevelt
    • His mutilated body found in northwest Jackson, 1/24/95, 5B
  • Garrett Road bridge
    • Rankin County
      • Heavy garbage truck cited in collapse, 10/7/95, 4B; 10/18/95, 4B
  • Garrison, Betty
    • Shannon Garrison hospitalized in suicide attempt, 2/14/95, 2B
  • Gary Road Elementary School
    • Last Hinds County school to serve breakfast, 3/24/95, 5B
    • School picture-taking cancelled
      • Question of how money spent, 3/27/95, 1B
  • Gas chamber SEE Death penalty
  • Gas stations
    • Yazoo City station next to historic district, 4/4/95, 1B
  • Gasoline prices, Byram
    • Prices at low of 97.9 cents a gallon, 3/2/95, 1A
  • Gasoline prices, Mississippi
    • Prices climbing statewide, 5/25/95, 1A
  • Gates (in Treasure Cove subdivision) SEE Madison, Mississippi--Gates...
  • Gates, James
    • Felon faces federal charges while out on bond, 8/29/95, 3B
  • Gateway Rescue Mission
    • Mission to triple in size, 1/19/95, 4B
  • Gaugin and the School of Pont-Aven
    • At Dixon Gallery in Memphis, 6/11/95, 1F
  • Gayfers
    • Jackson
      • Bridal consultant Margaret Gracy, 6/5/95, 1D
  • Gays
    • 2 Laurel men and slaying of Stanley King in Sunflower County, 1/9/95, 1B
    • 2 Laurel men...juror sex life query may be basis for McClendon's appeal, 2/15/95, 1B
    • 2 Laurel men: AIDS reference allowed at trial, 2/9/95, 1B
    • 2 Laurel men: called 'gay predators' by defense attorney, 2/8/95, 3B
    • 2 Laurel men: McClendon found guilty; gets 2 life terms, 2/10/95, 1A
    • 2 Laurel men: racial makeup of jury pool: mistrial declared, 1/31/95, 3B
    • Anti-gay protesters from Kansas stop in Jackson, are heckled, 5/31/95, 1A
  • GED
    • 75-year old Gertrude Mallett passes her GED, 3/18/95, 4B
    • Career Opportunities Person Enhancement Project, 4/22/95, 5B
    • Dana Porter, mother of 7, earns GED, 11/10/95, 1B
  • General Hospital
    • Sidon woman wins cameo appearance on soap opera, 4/15/95, 3B; 5/26/95, 1D
  • Genesis Management Strategies
    • Consulting firm for initiative petitions
      • M Crook, owner, 11/27/95, 7A
  • Geographical Information System
    • Hinds County's computerized emergency response system, 12/12/95, 4B
  • Georgetown neighborhood
    • Community Association wants area cleanup, 11/14/95, 4B
    • Paintings of landmarks by students on display at City Hall, 1/22/95, 1F
    • Stoke gets firsthand look at dilapidated houses, 4/14/95, 4B
    • Traffic light needed at intersection, residents say, 11/20/95, 2B
  • Ghosts
    • State's cemeteries, churches and historic homes are haunted, 10/31/95, 1D
  • Ghosts of Mississippi---The Murder of Medgar Evers
    • Maryanne Vollers, author, 4/16/95, 3G
  • Giardina's
    • Greenwood
      • Restaurant review, 2/9/95, 4E
  • Gibbs, Joanne
    • Accused of leaving her baby alone in car at Vicksburg casino, 1/24/95, 1B
  • Gifford, Barry
    • In Jackson promoting new book 'Hotel Room Trilogy', 5/7/95, 3F
  • Gifted children
    • Parenting Gifted Children Conference at USM, 9/20/95, 2B
  • Gilchrist, Ellen
    • Rhoda: A Life Story (review), 11/26/95, 3G
  • Gilfoy, Karen
    • Ex-Hinds County judge dies, 1/11/95, 1B
  • Gill, Vince SEE State Fair, 1993
  • Gill, Vince SEE UMC---Children's hospital...
  • Gillis, Gene
    • Florence police officer is also a pastor, 4/10/95, 1A
  • Gingrich, Newt
    • At Southern Governors' Association meeting, 9/18/95, 1A
    • Visits state to buoy Republicans, 9/16/95, 1B; 9/17/95, 1A; 9/17/95, 1B
  • Gingrich, Newt SEE Child care, Mississippi
  • Gingrich, Newt SEE Stand Up For Mississippi
  • Gipson, Eden
    • RespecTeen National Youth Forum
      • In Washington, 6/16/95, 1E
  • Girls State, 1995
    • Fordice changes mind, will address assembly, 6/6/95, 1B; 6/10/95, 1B
    • Molpus address, 6/7/95, 2B
    • Officers visit Capitol, various agencies, 6/9/95, 1B
  • Glad Bag-A-Thon
    • Anti-litter effort in Jackson, 4/30/95, 1B
  • Global Position Sensing
    • Computer-driven mapping system used by Rankin County, 1/12/95, 4B
  • Glover, Glenda SEE Jackson State University---Business school...
  • Gluckstadt German Festival, 1995
    • Authentic music and food, 9/25/95, 1A
  • Gluckstadt Road
    • Utility lines may halt bridge construction, 6/1/95, 4B
  • Gluckstadt, Mississippi
    • Book by Robert Klaas traces history of community, 9/23/95, 1D
  • GNB Technologies
    • Fire at plant quickly controlled, 4/7/95, 3B
  • Goals 200
    • Mississippi gets $1.3Million in federal funds, 2/7/95, 3B
  • Goats
    • Growers seeking direction, 9/17/95, 4B
    • Southern Mississippi Goat Meat Association
      • Caprine Extravaganza, 6/27/95, 1D
  • Golden Nugget Corp SEE Dockside gambling, Gulf Coast
  • Goldin Industries
    • Gulfport
      • Owners arraigned on federal fraud charges, 5/1/96, 3B; 8/31/95, 3B
  • Golf
    • 10-acre course outside Ted Kendall's home in Bolton, 5/18/95, 1D
    • Golf courses in state parks, 3/7/94, 1B; 8/27/95, 4B
    • JSU Program, 4/2/95, 1A
  • Gollott, Tommy
    • Likely to be elected VP of state senate, 12/30/95, 3B
  • Gonnillini family
    • Natchez family gets together to make cappalettis for the holidays, 10/11/95, 1D
  • Good Eats Grill
    • Restaurant review, 12/21/95, 4E
  • Good Neighbor Day SEE Greenbrook Flowers
  • Good Samaritan Center
    • Plans halted for Millsaps Ave shelter, 9/7/95, 3B
    • Proposed homeless women's shelter on Millsaps Ave opposed, 6/2/95, 4B
  • Good Shepherd Center
    • Vicksburg
      • Adult Literacy Program, 11/18/95, 1D
  • Good Time Deli
    • Restaurant review, 7/20/95, 4E
  • Goodwill Industries
    • Finding plenty of work to keep busy, 6/23/95, 5B
    • North Mart Plaza facility protested, 9/6/95, 5B; 9/19/95, 4B
  • Goodwin, Edward SEE Security Savings
  • Gopher tortoise
    • Endangered tortoise found in south Jackson
      • Out of natural habitat, 9/30/95, 1B
  • Gorden, W.C.
    • Lawsuit against JSU over his firing, 1/5/95, 1A; 2/1/95, 1A
  • Gospel music
    • Gospel play 'Where's My Father, 10/21/95, 1D
    • Harvey Lynch sees it as way to get youth on positive track, 7/10/95, 1D
    • Master Plan, a gospel band, 7/15/95, 1D
    • Mississippians to perform at Salzburg Music Festival, 7/10/95, 1B
  • Government SEE Federal government
  • Government (US) SEE Federal government
  • Government shutdown SEE Federal government
  • Governor's election, 1995
    • Fordice plugs his welfare overhaul, 10/26/95, 3B
  • Governor's Mansion
    • Winds fell large tree, damage fence, 6/13/95, 1B
  • Governor's race, 1995
    • Campaign contributions at $1.73 Million, 9/17/95, 1G
    • Campaign contributions: Molpus tops Fordice so far, 6/11/95, 5B
    • Campaign funds: Millions will be spent, 6/13/95, 1B
    • Campaign spending high by both candidates, 10/11/95, 2B
    • Campaign spending: Fordice at $2.9M; Molpus at $2M, 11/1/95, 3B
    • Contrasts between Molpus and Fordice, 4/23/95, 1B, 1H
    • Debate in south Jackson: aide vs. aide, 9/15/95, 3B
    • DHS ads Fordice promos, Molpus says, 9/7/95, 4B
    • Education policy: candidates disagree on every issue, 10/15/95, 1A
    • ETV debate, 10/23/95, 1B; 10/25/95, 1A (squabble)
    • Fordice absent from Natchez debate, 6/25/95, 1B
    • Fordice addresses VFW, 6/25/95, 1B
    • Fordice and Molpus differ on solution to juvenile crime, 10/8/95, 1A
    • Fordice and Molpus swap 'hypocrite' barbs, 6/3/95, 1A
    • Fordice and Molpus to participate in 'video voters guide', 6/15/95, 1B
    • Fordice and Molpus will have televised debate, 10/14/95, 1B
    • Fordice calls for Molpus to resign office, 8/31/95, 1B
    • Fordice campaign has no problem raising money, 6/4/95, 3G (Minor column)
    • Fordice campaign war chest grows to $1.1 Million, 2/1/95, 3B
    • Fordice debates Molpus...on tape, 8/16/95, 1A
  • GOVERNOR'S RACE, 1995
    • FORDICE EASILY WINS HISTORIC 2ND TERM, 11/8/95, 1A
  • Governor's race, 1995
    • Fordice education program PRIME unpopular with educators, 8/2/95, 1B
    • Fordice faces familiar obstacles with Democratic Legislature, 11/12/95, 1A, 3G
    • Fordice in Washington D.C. for fund-raiser, 5/25/95, 1B
    • Fordice kicks off campaign in home of Brandon family, 5/2/95, 1A
    • Fordice mocks Sally Fordice on TV ad, 10/20/95, 1B; 10/21/95, 1B
    • Fordice not bringing racial harmony, critics say, 9/24/95, 1B
    • Fordice rally in Smith Park, 10/19/95, 1B
    • Fordice rejects campaign funds from casinos, 6/2/95, 1A
    • Fordice says tax-cut a pivotal issue, 10/22/95, 1A
    • Fordice to speak and promote Briggs as 'team player', 7/31/95, 1A
    • Fordice touts job growth at MC forum, 10/3/95, 1B
    • Fordice won't debate Molpus at newspaper convention, 5/17/95, 1A; 5/28/95, 1G
    • Fordice's ideas on education criticized, 7/23/95, 1A
    • Fordice's platform is one of divisiveness, 4/16/95, 3G (Salter column)
    • Fordice, Molpus duel over income, 6/6/95, 1A
    • Fordice/Molpus at Neshoba County Fair, 8/1/95, 1A; 8/2/95, 1A; 8/4/95, 1A, 1B
    • Fordice/Molpus debates on again, off again, 8/10/95, 7A
    • Fund raising: Fordice tops Molpus in August, 8/3/95, 4B
    • Funds from national sources are scarce, 9/24/95, 1B
    • George 'Wagon Wheel' Blair's low-key campaign, 7/17/95, 1B
    • Jobs issue: how many created; how good were they?, 6/11/95, 1A; 10/12/95, 1A
    • Kilgore is Molpus's new campaign manager, 7/30/95, 1G
  • GOVERNOR'S RACE, 1995
    • MEET THE CANDIDATES, 10/29/95, 1G
  • Governor's race, 1995
    • Molpus 'uninspiring' candidate, 10/8/95, 3G (Minor column); 10/15/95, 1G
    • Molpus ad criticized as 'race-baiting', 11/4/95, 1A
    • Molpus and educators say Fordice lacks school agenda, 6/17/95, 3B
    • Molpus and Fordice face off at Economic Council, 4/9/95, 3G
    • Molpus blasts Fordice's absence from education forum, 10/20/95, 3B
    • Molpus blasts Fordice's use of W.Va consultants, 7/12/95, 1A
    • Molpus calls for $25 Million for youth courts, 7/13/95, 1A
    • Molpus criticizes Fordice's campaign tactics, 11/3/95, 1A
    • Molpus discusses the issues, 10/22/95, 1G
    • Molpus kicks off campaign, 5/9/95, 1A
    • Molpus questions Fordice's ad claiming job creations, 5/29/95, 1B
    • Molpus reveals education strategy, 9/8/95, 1A, 3B
    • Molpus says Fordice should offer youth crime solution, 9/26/95, 3B
    • Molpus says term limits threaten state judiciary, 91/8/95, 2B
    • Molpus vows to continue fight for public schools, 11/9/95, 1B
    • Molpus wants to cut grocery tax to 3.5%, 7/21/95, 1A
    • Molpus's 24-hour state tour, 10/31/95, 3B
    • O'Haras, father and son, both running again, 7/16/95, 1B
    • Showdown set for November; heated battle expected, 8/9/95, 6A
    • Starkville forum: Fordice and Molpus face off, 11/2/95, 3B
    • Supporters rally 'round, 11/6/95, 1B
    • This race soaking up most of available campaign funds, 6/20/95, 2B
    • Waller and Dye donate to Fordice campaign, 11/6/95, 1A
    • What tricks would Fordice pull during a 2nd term?, 10/22/95, 3G (Minor column)
  • Governors' wives SEE First ladies, Mississippi
  • Gowdy, Paul SEE Mauney, Gary
  • GR&D Grocery
    • Rankin County store wants to sell beer
      • Too close to church?, 7/27/95, 5B
  • Graceland Too SEE Tourism, Mississippi---Quirky places...
  • Gracy, Margaret
    • Bridal consultant at Gayfers, 6/5/95, 1D
  • Graduation
    • Jackson
      • Schedule for public schools; words to live by, 5/30/95, 3B, 4B
  • Grady, Andrew
    • UMC's biomedical research center veterinarian, 9/5/95, 1D
  • Grafitti
    • Wit and wisdom of scrawled walls, 7/27/95, 1D
  • Graham, J. Harold
    • Copiah candidate for D.A. killed in crash, 8/4/95, 3B
  • Gramm, Phil
    • Speaks at United Republican Fund dinner in Jackson, 8/1/95, 3B
  • Grand Casino (Biloxi) SEE Dockside gambling, Biloxi
  • Grand Gulf
    • Costs may force MP&L to raise rates, 5/13/95, 1A; 5/17/95, 3B
  • Grand Gulf Military Park
    • Site of largely forgotten Civil War battle, 10/14/95, 1A
  • Grand jury
    • Jones County judge refuses DA's request to oust foreman, 3/24/95, 3B
  • Grandparents
    • Amusing and interesting nicknames, 9/10/95, 1E
  • Granger, John
    • Honored by National Industries for the Blind, 6/22/95, 8B
  • Granthi Buddhism Assoication
    • In Bay St. Louis
      • Paul Pursley is founder, 8/5/95, 1D
  • Grants Ferry Road
    • Rain delays passing lane construction, 11/29/95, 4B
  • Gravel SEE ALSO Mining
  • Graves, Ronald SEE Balog, Joe
  • Graves, Sid
    • Blues Museum director retires, moves to Hattiesburg, 10/1/95, 1E
  • Gray, Anthony
    • Witnesses change story on car chase; murder charge dropped, 12/7/95, 7B
  • Gray, Derrick
    • Accused murderer may be set free: no trial date, 9/15/95, 1A
  • Gray, Michael SEE Raymond Baptist Church
  • Gray, Rodney
    • Vicksburg teenager killed in card game, 11/16/95, 5B
  • Gray, Thomizene
    • Street in Clinton may be named for activist, 6/9/95, 4B
  • Grayson, Walt and Susan
    • Home is former barn in Fannin community, 7/30/95, 1F
  • Greater Brandon Chamber of Commerce SEE Brandon Chamber...
  • Greater Jackson Foundation
    • Seeking $100,000 annual budget, 9/16/95, 5B
  • Greater Jackson Industrial Center
    • 3rd steel processing plant, 3/16/95, 5B
    • NiTek Metal's new site, 7/1/95, 5B
  • Greater Jackson Youth Service Corps
    • Helps at-risk young people, 2/16/95, 1A
  • Green Oak Nursery Inc
    • Billy Martinson, owner, 3/19/95, 1C
  • Green, David
    • Legislator crashed into 5 parked cars; blames medication, 3/30/95, 1A; 3/31/95, 1B
    • No charges filed in wreck, 4/17/95, 3B
  • Greenfield, JoAnn
    • JPD meter maid in downtown Jackson, 8/22/95, 1D
  • Greenville Police Department
    • Funny stories of police calls, 4/24/95, 2B
    • Interim chief plans more changes, 9/5/95, 3B
  • Greenville Public Schools
    • Exchange program with Russian cities, 9/9/95, 2B
    • Will repay federal lunch money to state treasury, 12/9/95, 1A
  • Greenville, Mississippi
    • Allegations of racism in City Council, 10/26/95, 6B
  • Greenwood Cemetery
    • Walsh family's plot next to grave of James D Lynch, 9/10/95, 1A; 10/28/95, 1A
  • Greenwood Community and Recreation Center
    • Haven for youths, 5/15/95, 3B
  • Greer, Michael
    • Candidate for Leake County sheriff faces embezzling charges, 3/16/95, 4B
  • Grenada County Organ Transplant Trust Inc, 3/27/95, 3B
  • Grenada Elementary School
    • Open house, 1/7/95, 1B
  • Griffin Memorial Baptist Church
    • Robbery at wedding anniversary party, 1/31/95, 1B; 11/15/95, 1B
  • Griffin, Millie
    • Idaho visitor has lost purse returned to her, 10/27/95, 1A
  • Grisham, John
    • 'A Time to Kill' is author's favorite, 10/29/95, 1E
    • Author muses on home, baseball and hatchet jobs, 4/30/95, 1E
    • Casting call for movie 'A Time to Kill', 6/7/95, 1D; 8/12/95, 4B
    • ETV program rather than Lemuria book signing, 4/30/95, 2E
    • Offers to fund Little League park in Virginia, 3/11/95, 3B
    • Rainmaker 'selling like crazy', 4/13/95, 1B
    • Rainmaker reviewed, 4/23/95, 3G
    • Returns to Mississippi courtroom as lawyer, 4/15/95, 1A
    • Says he may write novel about Mississippi Legislature, 7/28/95, 3B
  • Grisham, John SEE ALSO Motion pictures---'A Time to Kill'
  • Grosinske, Burrell SEE Domino's Pizza
  • Group homes SEE Personal care homes
  • Growth (human) SEE Human growth patterns
  • Grubbs, Joe SEE Puckett, Steve
  • Grubbs, Roe
    • Brandon alderman in trouble over tree-trimming, 2/2/95, 4B; 2/8/95, 3B
  • Gulf Coast
    • Beach erosion: DEQ report at Corpus Christi conference, 4/1/95, 3B
  • Gulf Coast Blues Festival, 9/5/96, 10E; 9/7/95, 6E
  • Gulf Coast Campus SEE University of Southern Mississippi
  • Gulf Coast Community College
    • Aquaculture program, 3/5/95, 1G
  • Gulf Coast Research Laboratory
    • Likely to expand, 12/24/95, 1B
    • Testing of fish for EPA chemical regulations, 6/7/95, 1B
  • Gulf of Mexico Program Symposium
    • In Corpus Christi, 3/31/95, 3B
  • Gulf Shore Regional Cat Show
    • In Jackson, 6/1/95, 1D
  • Gulf South Medical Supply
    • Company pulls ahead by staying focused, 12/24/95, 4B
  • Gulf Weather Corp
    • Satellite images showing water clarity in Gulf of Mexico, 5/24/95, 1B
  • Gulfport Seabee Base SEE Naval Construction Battalion Center
  • Gulfport, Mississippi
    • City may go to court to get International Paper land, 12/20/95, 3B
  • Gun control
    • More deaths have occured since relaxation of concealed gun laws, 3/14/95, 3B
  • Gun control, US
    • It's high noon in gun debate (analysis), 5/28/95, 1G
    • Jackson City Council opposes repeal of Brady Bill, 5/26/95, 3B
  • Gun Interdiction Team
    • JPD special unit, 8/12/95, 4B; 9/26/95, 4B
  • Gun shows
    • Pistol goes off: vendor arrested, banned from future shows, 8/13/95, 1B
  • Gunn, Mike
    • Pat Buchanan in Jackson for fund-raiser, 4/7/95, 3B; 4/9/95, 1B
    • Possible candidate for Montgomery's House seat, 10/8/95, 1G, 3G; 12/3/95, 1G
  • Gunnell, Johnny Joe SEE Chop shops
  • Gunnison, Mississippi
    • Officials curious about undeposited checks, 5/4/95, 1B
    • Residents petition state to take over government, 1/12/95, 1A; 1/26/95, 2B
  • Guns SEE ALSO Semiautomatic weapons
  • Gunsmith's Inc
    • Self-defense seminar for women, 5/31/95, 1D
  • Guy, Bill SEE Elections, 1995---Lientenant governor...
  • Gwozdz, Lawrence
    • USM professor has CD of his saxophone music released, 3/14/95, 1D
 

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