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Clarion-Ledger Indexes
 YEAR 1995 M  

  • M&M's
    • Candy lovers vote on colors, 3/3/95, 1E
  • Mabus, Ray
    • Decries terrorist bombing in Riyadh, 11/14/95, 1A
    • Portrait unveiling at state Capitol
      • Artist is Bill Dunlap, 1/7/96, 1B; 11/26/95, 1B, 3B
    • Recognizes as heroes 6 Riyadh terrorist victims, 11/18/95, 13A
  • Mac, Bernie
    • Comic performs at Thalia Mara Hall, 7/27/95, 8E
  • Macaroni Grill
    • New County Line Road restaurant burns, 1/29/95, 3B
    • Re-opening, 5/6/95, 6B
  • Macaroni Grill SEE ALSO Romano's Macaroni Grill
  • MadCAAP SEE Madison Countians Allied Against Poverty
  • MADD
    • $892,000 federal grand for crime victims, 7/7/95, 3B
    • Highway Patrol will publicize MADD's victim allistance program, 10/1/95, 1B
    • Ribbons symbolize sobriety during holidays, 11/18/95, 3B
    • To transport New Year's Eve revelers, 12/27/95, 1A
  • Madison Avenue Elementary School
    • Celebrates New Year's Chinese style, 2/3/95, 4B
    • Leaky roof, 2/4/95, 1B
    • Mother Nature study, 3/13/95, 1B; 5/14/96, 1B
  • Madison Central High School
    • Scanner to cut theft of books, 4/2/95, 2B
  • Madison Countians Allied Against Poverty
    • Students aiding others, 3/17/95, 4B
  • Madison County Co-op
    • Fire forces evacuations, 4/12/95, 1B, 3B; 4/13/95, 1A
  • Madison County Courthouse
    • Couches for judges to take naps, 4/12/95, 4B
    • New facility to open in July, 6/19/95, 3B; 8/5/95, 4B
  • Madison County Detention Center
    • $2.3 Million expansion eyed, 8/23/95, 4B
    • Federal prisoners escape
      • Supervisors want explanation, 11/21/95, 1B
    • Out-of county inmates barred, 10/21/95, 1A; 10/28/95, 4B
    • Out-of-county inmates: compromise in the works, 11/7/95, 1A
  • Madison County Economic Development Authority
    • Queston about Duke Loden's employment, 4/5/95, 5B
  • Madison County Library System
    • Consultant's long range plan, 10/10/95, 4B
    • Literacy project, 7/28/95, 4B
    • On-line magazine service, 11/16/95, 8B
  • Madison County Public Schools
    • 100 desks given to Tougaloo College; probe, 10/6/95, 1B
    • Budget may require tax hike, 5/27/95, 4B
    • Elections cleared for school board, 1/17/95, 5B
    • Everyone but teachers given pay raise, 5/23/95, 4B
    • Old Town school project, 2/9/95, 3B
    • Smooth opening day, 8/15/95, 1A
  • Madison County School Board
    • Election iffy but absentee ballots must be paid for, 3/31/95, 4B
    • Election off, 4/26/95, 1A; 4/27/95, 1B; 4/28/95, 3B
    • Eyes bond issue to end use of trailers, 4/18/95, 5B
    • Little public input on proposed tax hike, 6/6/95, 4B
    • Only one member seeking re-election, 4/14/95, 1B
    • Struggle to schedule election of new board, 11/16/95, 8B
  • Madison County Sheriff's Department
    • Budget called too high, 9/8/95, 4B
    • Hopkins bars jail to other counties, 10/21/95, 1A
    • New car from drug cash, 5/16/95, 1B
  • Madison County Supervisors
    • OK's purchase of 3 fire trucks, 2/25/95, 4B
    • Raise their pay $3300, 2/4/95, 1A
  • Madison General Hospital
    • County supervisors OK nursing home, 7/15/95, 4B
  • Madison Public Library
    • Closes for renovations, 4/15/95, 4B
  • Madison Public Schools
    • New state law may mean 2 new schools in Ridgeland, 3/24/95, 1B
  • Madison Station Elementary School
    • Principal braces for September space crunch, 5/31/95, 4B
    • Sale of neighboring football field sold, 2/1/95, 4B; 2/7/95, 5B
  • Madison, Mississippi
    • City employees can't talk to aldermen with mayor's OK, 1/13/95, 1B
    • City seeks grant for business park, 1/26/95, 5B
    • Madison's 'Not for Sale,' Mayor says, 12/20/95, 1B
    • Mayor and aldermen take salary cuts, 9/16/95, 1A
    • Officials consider laws to protect trees, 11/15/95, 5B
    • Officials look for ways to ease traffic congestion, 12/4/95, 1A
    • Overlook Point subdivision gets approval for security gate, 10/27/95, 4B
    • Red brick bridge planned, 5/11/95, 1B
  • Madison, The (apartment complex) SEE Apartments, Madison---Locust...
  • Madison-Ridgeland Academy
    • Changes from junior high school to middle school, 6/19/95, 5A
  • MADVAC SEE Littering
  • Maestro Furniture Industries
    • New plant in Houston, 2/8/95, 8B
  • MAET SEE ETV
  • Magnolia Enterprises
    • Seeks prison inmates as workers, 7/15/95, 5B
  • Magnolia Federal Bank
    • Auction of foreclosed properties, 10/28/95, 5B
    • Buyback of 70,000 shares, 6/22/95, 5B
    • Sunday banking hours during holiday season, 12/1/95, 1A
  • Magnolia Grill
    • Restaurant review, 3/2/95, 4F
  • Magnolia Regional Health Center SEE Age discrimination (Woodhouse)
  • Magnolia Speech School
    • Work with autistic children, 9/21/95, 1A
  • Magnolia State Enterprises
    • Prisoner-labor firm avoids competition with private sector, 6/7/95, 5B
  • Mahned Bridge murders
    • 3 found dead; 3 Perry countians charged, 5/20/95, 1A, 11A
    • 4th death investigated
      • Suspects' grandmother dies, 5/21/95, 1A
    • Allegations rip at suspects' families, 6/4/95, 1A, 12A
    • Attorney secures hearing for 3 suspects, 5/31/95, 1A
    • Bail denied to Kenneth Moody and David Moody, 8/4/95, 1B
    • Body of 82-year-old Chester Clifton may be exhumed, 7/5/95, 4B
    • Bridge ruled unsafe; closed to traffic, 6/24/95, 1B
    • Community struggles to come to terms with slayings, 5/22/95, 1A
    • Cousin faces charges in Michael Lee's slaying, 6/1/95, 1A
    • Death of 3 suspects' grandmother probed as homicide, 5/23/95, 3B
    • Indictment delay by grand jury, 7/16/95, 8B
    • Kenneth Moody confesses to the 3 killings, his aunt says, 5/25/95, 1A
    • Kenneth Moody's probation in 1994 theft case revoked, 6/29/95, 1B
    • Kenneth Moody's troubled past, 6/8/95, 1B
    • Missing couple W Hatcher and R L Bond, 5/17/95, 3B
    • Old closed-down wooden bridge holds fond memories for some, 5/20/95, 10A
    • WAPT photographer arrested filming Robbie Bond's funeral, 5/24/95, 2B
    • William Moody, 14, described slayings, detective testifies, 5/27/95, 1A
  • Mailboxes
    • 5 Rankin County youths held in mailbox bashing, 7/25/95, 4B; 8/19/95, 4B
  • Majure, David SEE Fred's Discount Stores
  • Make A Difference Day
    • Indianola Community Tutorial Program, 4/23/95, 1A
    • Jacksonians take part in nationwide event, 10/24/95, 1B; 10/29/95, 1A
  • Making Bricks Without Straw
    • Seminar: spiritual helping of women in the workplace, 8/26/95, 1D
  • Malaco Records
    • Ex-firefighter to head Gospel Division full time, 1/28/95, 1D
  • Malignant melanoma SEE INTRON A
  • Mallett, Gertrude
    • 75-year old woman passes her GED, 3/18/95, 4B
  • Managed health care
    • Health Futures Leadership Conference, 4/19/95, 8B
  • Mann, Mitzi SEE New Woman Medical Center
  • Manning, Willie
    • 2 witnesses admit to perjury in MSU slayings trial, 7/29/95, 1B
    • 2nd trial delayed for key witness, 9/30/95, 2B
    • Appeals death sentence, 1/12/95, 3B
    • Won't seek new trial, 4/22/95, 4B; 5/5/95, 3B
  • Many Voices...One Vision
    • Drama by inner city Jackson youths performed, 8/5/95, 4B
  • Marathon-LeTourneau Corp SEE ALSO LeTourneau Vicksburg Marine
  • Marcel's
    • Restaurant review, 10/12/95, 4E
  • March for Jesus
    • March in Jackson part of worldwide event, 5/20/95, 1D; 5/28/95, 3B
  • March of Dimes
    • WalkAmerica fundraiser, 4/28/95, 1E; 5/1/95, 1A
  • Mardi Gras, 1995
    • In Ocean Springs, 2/2/95, 10E
    • Mardi party on Mississippi Gulf Coast, 2/23/95, 12E
    • New Orleans not for faint of heart, 2/23/95, 13E
  • Margaret Walker Alexander Library
    • SEE Jackson/Hinds Library System---Alexander branch...
  • Margaret's Grocery and Market
    • Vicksburg
      • A Mississippi 'quirky place', 8/3/95, 10E
  • Marie's Lebanese Cafe & Coffee Shop
    • Oxford
      • Restaurant review, 11/30/95, 4E
  • Marijuana, Flowood
    • Arrest of Melvin Eugene Riddle, 11/2/95, 4B
  • Marijuana, Madison County
    • Helicopter flight finds fields in north Madison County, 6/24/95, 2B
  • Marijuana, Mississippi
    • 10 indicted for distribution and money ;aundering, 12/7/95, 1B; 12/15/95, 4B
  • Marinas, Biloxi
    • New facility proposed, 10/5/95, 5B
  • Marines
    • 2 Jackson-based reservists hurt in Ft. Sill accident, 7/20/95, 3B
  • Marion County Jail
    • Prisoners protest at overcrowded facility, 6/27/95, 1B
  • MARL SEE Mississippi Animal Rescue League
  • Marriage
    • Between different personalities, 5/21/95, 1E
    • Stanley and Evelyn Everett of McComb write book, 2/11/95, 1D
    • World Marriage Day, 2/11/95, 1D
  • Marriage SEE ALSO Interracial marriages
  • Marriage licenses
    • Lax accounting by counties affecting domestic violence shelters, 12/3/95, 1A
  • Marshall, John
    • Amputee charged with molesting child, also an amputee, 8/1/95, 4B; 8/2/95, 3B
    • Gets 10-year sentence in child molestation case, 8/25/95, 1B
  • Marshall, Peter
    • Evangelist speaks at Colonial Heights Baptist Church, 8/15/95, 2B
  • Martin Luther King Holiday SEE King, Martin Luther---Celebration...
  • Martin, Alexander
    • Copiah DA accused of dragging feet in DHS fraud case, 9/1/95, 3B
  • Martin, Dusty
    • Boy, 7, in coma for 14 months learning to walk again, 6/30/95, 1A
  • Martin, Maggie Lee
    • Home Health Aide of the Year, 5/4/95, 1D
  • Martin, Marcell
    • Murder warrant issued for suspect out on bond, 6/6/95, 3B; 6/8/95, 1A
  • Martin, Michael E
    • Child molester has penile implant at VA hospital, 2/18/95, 1A; 2/21/95, 1B
    • Sonny Montgomery calls for VA to screen penile surgeries, 2/24/95, 1A
  • Martin, Phillip
    • Re-elected chief of the Choctaws, 6/14/95, 1B
    • Seeks another term as chief of Choctaws, 5/29/95, 2B; 6/13/95, 1B
  • Martin, Steven David SEE New Stage
  • Mascots
    • St. Stanislaus Academy's nickname 'Rock-a-Chaws', 3/17/95, 1E
  • Mason, Babbie
    • Dove Award-winning gospel singer, 8/19/95, 1D
  • Mason, Chris
    • DeKalb student takes part in oceanographic studies in Mediterranean Sea, 7/31/95, 1A
  • Mast, Dick SEE Deposit Guaranty Golf Classic
  • Master Plan
    • Gospel band, 7/15/95, 1D
  • Mateer, Scot
    • Leaves MISS 103 for WJKK-FM, 8/15/95, 1D
  • MATHCOUNTS contest
    • 4 from state compete, 4/29/95, 3B
  • Mathis, Roy and Rae
    • Disabled couple meets demands of college, rearing sons, 9/5/95, 1B
  • Mauney, Gary
    • Tippah County sheriff, a felon, turned away from Rankin training facility, 11/29/95, 1B
    • Tippah sheriff-elect Mauney loses wife to sheriff he defeated, 12/17/95, 1A
  • MAXIMUS
    • 1996 contract cut $150,000, 4/15/95, 1B
    • DHS short of cash to pay its support-collection bill, 2/15/95, 1A
    • DHS's federal funds loss if collections interrupted, 2/16/95, 1A, 2/17/95, 1A
    • Facing loss of DHS contract, 3/3/95, 1A
    • House OKs $4Million for payment of services, 2/23/95, 2B
    • Legislative action would extend contract through June, 3/9/95, 1B
    • PEER to investigate its spending, 1/14/95, 1B
    • Receives $1 Million band-aid from DHS account, 3/14/95, 1A
    • Reports 75% rise in child support collection rate, 11/16/95, 1B
    • Rift puts DHS at risk: no budget yet, 3/29/95, 1B
    • Set to collect child-support payments statewide, 1/19/95, 1B
    • Showdown set: state workers fighting privatization, 3/27/95, 1A
  • MAXIMUS SEE ALSO Department of Human Services (1994) (1995)
  • Maxwell, John
    • Named New Stage interim artistic director, 6/3/95, 1B
    • Presents his one-act play 'The Last Epistle' in Clinton, 3/25/95, 1D
  • May sweeps (TV) SEE Arbitron rating
  • May sweeps (TV) SEE Nielsen rating
  • May, Jean SEE Mississippi Baptist Medical Center
  • Mayfair subdivision SEE Race relations---South Jackson...
  • Mayor's Action Line
    • Complaint department in mayor's office, 10/23/95, 1A
  • Mayor's Leadership Prayer Breakfast
    • Vietnam vet Clebe McClary speaks, 3/22/95, 3B
  • Mayors, Biloxi SEE Halat, Pete
  • Mayors, Madison
    • Profile of Mary Hawkins, 2/26/95, 1E
  • Maywood Mart
    • Jackson
      • Man robbed, stabbed in 9:30 a.m. attack, 7/11/95, 4B
  • McAfee, Robert SEE American Medical Association
  • McAlister's Deli
    • Restaurant review, 5/11/95, 4E
  • McCall, Rashund SEE Jones, Robin Kinard
  • McCallum, Brever
    • Ex-Tax Commission worker wins sexual harassment suit, 10/21/95, 3B
  • McCart, Bridget
    • President of Clinton HS's Teen Aage Republicans, 12/5/95, 1A
  • McCarty Farms Inc
    • Sale to Tyson: no major changes expected, 8/2/95, 5B
    • Sold to Tyson Foods, 7/29/95, 1A; 9/6/95, 5B
  • McCarty, Lee and Pup
    • Pottery exhibited at Lauren Rogers Museum, 7/23/95, 1F
  • McCarty, Oseola
    • Given standing ovation at USM, 8/30/95, 1B; 9/13/95, 9A (Breazeale column)
    • Laundry woman bequeaths $150,000 to USM for scholarships, 8/17/95, 1A; 8/21/95, 1B
    • Presented presidential medal in White House ceremony, 9/24/95, 1A
  • McCausley, Don
    • Madison County road foreman admits to drug use on job, 8/3/95, 1A
  • McClary, Clebe SEE Mayor's Leadership Prayer Breakfast
  • McComb family
    • Parents and daughters graduate from ASU together, 5/6/95, 1A
  • McCoy Federal Building
    • Bomb threats empty building, 8/11/95, 4B
    • Safe zone proposed after Oklahoma City bombing, 5/10/95, 1B
  • McCoy, Elmer
    • Late Legislator made lasting contribution to education, 12/10/95, 3G (Minor column)
  • McCrary, Bob
    • Rankin sheriff's office employee slain by fugitive, 8/29/95, 1A
  • McCullen, Dan SEE World War II
  • McDaniel, Anis Pickering
    • 101-year old woman heads Mississippi College fund drive, 12/11/95, 1A
  • McDaniel, Chris SEE WAPT-Channel 16
  • McDonald's
    • Belhaven group fights golden arches on N State Street, 7/18/95, 4B
    • In Methodist Rehab Center, 2/16/95, 3B
  • McDonald, Janice
    • Homeowner frustrated over who burglarized her house, 3/21/95, 5B
  • McDowell, Greg
    • McComb student in JPS tournament collapses, dies, 12/29/95, 1A; 12/30/95, 1A
  • McDowell, Russell
    • Biloxi doctor suspended: traded drugs for sex, 11/17/95, 1B
  • McEntire, Reba
    • At Mississippi Coliseum: ticket strategy, 2/16/95, 10E
    • Mississippi Food Network ticket giveaway, 3/30/95, 1A
  • McFadden, Willard
    • 90-year-old Jackson woman and .
      • her azaleas, 4/4/95, 1D
  • McGaughey, Neil
    • And Then There Were Ten (review), 6/25/95, 3F
    • Sums up his 10 years of book reviewing, 7/9/95, 3F
  • McGee, Henry SEE Williams, Larry
  • McGilberry, Stephen
    • Death penalty sought for teenager, 9/19/95, 3B
  • McGinnis, Helen SEE Hiking Mississippi...
  • MCI Communications Corp
    • Traveling demo of Internet software, 5/2/95, 6B
  • McIntyre, Charles and Leo
    • Brothers arrested with cache of stolen guns, 6/17/95, 3B
  • McIntyre, Howard SEE Boyd, Teresa
  • McKinley, Rafael
    • Sought in stabbing death of wife Alma Jean, 6/1/95, 4B
  • McKlemurry, Paula SEE Adoption, Brookhaven
  • McLaughlin, Sanford
    • Court OKs Canton alderman's election of 1988, 4/5/95, 4B
  • McLellan, Louise
    • 92-year-old godmother to Mississippi Young Republicans, 6/25/95, 3G (Minor column)
  • McLemore, Hansel 'Gordon'
    • Madison vet honored for service in Korean War, 6/19/95, 1A
  • McLeod Elementary School
    • Lost of computer lab, 9/1/95, 4B; 10/17/95, 3B
  • McMillan, Roy
    • Abortion foe sued by Justice Department, 8/18/95, 3B; 10/28/95, 3B; 10/31/95, 1B
    • Interview comments analyzed by Secret Service, 1/17/95, 1A
    • Lawyer asks for buffer zone enforcement at abortion clinic, 11/1/95, 3B
    • Wants judge to rule on legality of clinic access law, 11/7/95, 3B; 11/28/95, 3B
  • McMillan, Roy SEE ALSO Jackson Women's Health Organization
  • McNair, Henry
    • Former Bank of Edwards official charged with fraud, 8/26/95, 1A
    • Mike Espy mentioned in ex-banker's plea bargain, 9/22/95, 1A
  • McNair, Henry SEE ALSO Christiansen, Adam
  • McNair, Henry SEE ALSO Edwards, Mississippi
  • McNair, Steve
    • Could play for Canadian League in Jackson, 3/7/95, 1A
    • Goes 3rd in NFL draft, 4/23/95, 1A, 1D
    • May get richest rookie contract in NFL history, 7/23/95, 1A
  • McNeil, Alex
    • Jackson man is national bodybuilding champion, 7/20/95, 1D
  • McNeil, Vickie SEE Canton Police Department
  • McPhail Construction Co
    • Iron worker Paul McPhail, 5/1/95, 1D
  • McRae's Dept Stores
    • Gary Howard is president, 5/12/95, 6B
    • Nears opening in Turtle Creek Mall in Hattiesburg, 3/14/95, 6B
    • Parent company Proffitt's acquires Younkers Inc, 10/24/95, 5B; 11/26/95, 8B
    • Proffitt consolidation brings 42 jobs to Jackson, 2/10/95, 5B
    • Proffitt's acquires Parks-Belk, 3/9/95, 8B
  • McRae, Chuck
    • 2nd DUI trial site moved to Rankin County court, 3/21/95, 1A; 3/22/95, 1B; 3/29/95, 4B
    • 2nd DUI trial will be in Flowood, 3/30/95, 1B
    • 90-day license suspension thrown out by judge, 8/12/95, 1A
    • AG Mike Moore says no one above law, 4/12/95, 1A
    • Attending DUI seminar, 8/8/95, 1B
    • Bumper sticker: Mothers Against Chuck Driving, 7/1/95, 1B
    • Cited for speeding in Rankin County, 6/21/95, 2B
    • Driver's license is suspended, 4/15/95, 1A
    • Driver's license reinstated: 'hardship' status, 8/24/95, 1A
    • DUI saga troubles fellow supreme court justices
      • Image of Court, 10/18/95, 1A
    • Files harassment suit against Public Service Commissioner Ingram, 8/30/95, 1A
    • Fund raiser to pay off 1990 campaign debts, 2/1/95, 1B
    • Grand jury says McRae must face DUI charge, 4/21/95, 1A
    • Has made mockery of justice system, 7/2/95, 3G (Salter column)
    • Hasn't yet received driver's license suspension notice, 7/19/95, 1A
    • Hearing set on driving order, 4/13/95, 4B; 4/14/95, 1A
    • Judge asked to reverse decision allowing McRae to drive, 4/26/95, 1B
    • Judge for 2nd DUI trial sought, 3/16/95, 1B
    • Judge gives suspended license back to McRae, 4/22/95, 1A
    • Justice arrested, charged with DUI, 2/25/95, 1A; 2/28/95, 1A; 3/3/95, 1B
    • Keeps driver's license until DUI trial, 5/6/95, 1A
    • McRae denies refusing to take breath test, 4/20/95, 1A; 5/4/95, 3B
    • Mistrial declared in DUI case, 3/11/95, 1A
    • New judge for 2nd trial: Billy Ray Mangum, 4/7/95, 4B
    • Officer testifies McRae failed sobriety test, 3/8/95, 1A
    • PSC's Jim Ingram wants judge off road, 4/11/95, 1A
    • Sentence: $908 fine, 48-hours in jail, community service, 7/1/95, 1A
    • Some cases unsuited for McRae, AG Moore says, 12/20/95, 1B
    • Trial will be in Rankin County, 6/24/95, 1A
    • Trial: faulty air conditioning delays trial, 6/27/95, 1A
    • Trial: Judge pleads no contest; awaiting sentencing, 6/28/95, 1A
    • Trial: stiff sentence urged, 6/30/95, 1B
    • Unorthodox state supreme court justice, 1/21/95, 1A
    • Witness tesitifies judge's speech was slurred, 3/9/95, 1A
  • MCTA
    • Madison tower opposed by residents, 2/16/95, 4B
  • McWilliams, Skeets
    • Jackson man has made sweet music worldwide for 60 years, 12/29/95, 1D
  • Meadows, Richard
    • Antiques buyer accused of bilking local dealers, 6/18/95, 1A
  • Mediation
    • Fast justice in overcrowded judicial system, lawyers say, 5/31/95, 1A
  • Medicaid
    • 1994 law: Medicaid can recoup expenses from deceased's estate, 4/3/95, 1A
    • 7-year-old with spina bifida: life depends on Medicaid, 7/7/95, 1A
    • Coalition for Citizens with Disabilities opposes cuts, 5/12/95, 1B
    • Congressional cuts could damage state's health care system, 6/12/95, 1A
    • GOP block grants revision would help Mississippi, lawmaker says, 9/25/95, 3B
    • Lawsuit forces Medicaid to provide communication devices for handicapped, 6/29/95, 1A
    • Under GOP plan state matching funds would be reduced, 11/22/95, 10A
  • Medicaid SEE ALSO Billie, Dianne Jo
  • Medical Examiner
    • Emily Ward says autopsy system is ailing, 6/25/95, 1A
    • Post remains unfilled, 9/4/95, 3B
    • Ward resigns under fire, 6/21/95, 1A
  • Medicare
    • GOP plan supported by Lott and Cochran, 9/15/95, 8A; 10/20/95, 10A
    • Insurance Commissioner: beware Medigap policies, 12/23/95, 2B
  • MediSTAT pharmacies SEE Jitney Jungle
  • Melton, Frank
    • Criticizes dilapadated areas around schools, 10/20/95, 4B
  • Melvin, Margie SEE Rankin County Chamber of Commerce
  • Memorial Day, 1995
    • No holiday for some, 5/31/95, 2B
    • Observances not sacrifice of veterans, 5/29/95, 1A; 5/30/95, 1B
    • Play at Canton Academy, 5/6/95, 5B
  • Memphis Cook Convention Center SEE Catherine the Great Exhibition
  • Memphis Cook Convention Center SEE Imperial Tombs of China
  • Mennonites
    • Mount Olive
      • Sect rebuilds Bill Diehl's house, 3/10/96, 1B; 11/23/95, 1A, 1B
  • Mental Health Association
    • Program on obsessive compulsive disorder, 9/28/95, 3B
  • Mental Health Legislative Network
    • Calls for better care for the mentally ill, 1/19/95, 3B
  • Mentally ill, Hinds County
    • Crisis center sought, 3/21/95, 5B; 8/17/95, 3B
    • Proposed 11-bed emergency holding facility, 2/11/95, 5B
  • Mentally ill, Jackson
    • Crisis intervention center needed, 10/27/95, 4B
    • Opportunity House, a psychological rehabilitation program, 10/3/95, 1A
  • Mentally ill, Mississippi
    • Psychological rehabilitation programs, 10/3/95, 1A
  • Merchant, Doug
    • Crystal Springs boy has rare Angelman Syndrome, 8/6/95, 1E
  • Merchants & Farmers Bank
    • Announces 2-for-1 stock split, 8/12/95, 8B
    • Merges with Farmers & Merchants Bank (Bruce), 9/2/95, 5B
  • Merchants and Manufacturers Bank of Ellisville
    • Bought by Community Bancshares (Forest), 2/14/95, 6B
  • Merchants Bank of Vicksburg
    • Bank of Edwards purchase, 3/2/95, 4B
  • Mercury (chemical element)
    • High levels in 4 state lakes, 5/26/95, 1A; 7/4/95, 2B
  • Meredith, Debra
    • Invents and markets The Easy Braid, 8/30/95, 5B
  • Meridian airport
    • Service to Dallas by Atlantic Southeast Airlines, 10/21/95, 5B
  • MERIDIAN NAVAL AIR STATION
    • BASE SURVIVES CLOSURE, 6/24/95, 1A, 13A, 3B; 6/27/95, 1B
  • Meridian Naval Air Station
    • Closure tied to last-minute study, 6/15/95, 1B; 6/17/95, 1B
    • Closure: city considers options, 3/1/95, 1A, 7A
    • Closure: new role proposed, 3/7/95, 1B
    • Jets collide; pilots OK, 3/29/95, 1B
    • Montgomery not optimistic it will stay open, 2/18/95, 3B
    • Navy secretary reaffirms closure recommendation, 6/21/95, 3B
  • MERIDIAN NAVAL AIR STATION
    • ON CLOSURE LIST, 2/25/95, 3B; 2/26/95, 1A, 6A; 2/28/95, 3A; 5/20/95, 1B
  • Meridian Naval Air Station
    • Town girds to save base, 4/3/95, 1B; 4/4/95, 1A; 4/5/95, 1A
  • Merigold, Mississippi
    • Antique and art lovers' hidden paradise, 1/15/95, 1F
  • Merrill Lynch
    • Free phone service to elderly at Christmas season, 12/11/95, 1B; 12/19/95, 3B
    • National CEO Dan Tully in Jackson for office re-opening, 1/31/95, 6B
  • Merritt, Everett SEE Hostages, Meridian
  • Metal beds SEE Iron beds
  • Methamphetamine SEE Operation Ivory
  • Methodist Medical Center
    • 200,000 ft. expansion to have $48Million impact locally, 3/1/95, 5B
    • Cardiac unit is expanded, 7/21/95, 1B
    • Closed-circuit religious programing avaliable to patients, 8/1/95, 1D
    • North Jackson campus showcased, 9/14/95, 6B
    • Paying off debt to Hinds County, 11/6/95, 1B
    • Refuses to treat county jail patients, 8/8/95, 1A; 8/9/95, 1B
    • Robotical arm used by surgeons, 5/25/95, 1B
    • Russian minister Boris Isupov treated for head injuries, 2/18/95, 1B
    • Sick Child Daycare progam, 7/4/95, 4B
  • Methodist Medical Center SEE ALSO Isupov, Boris
  • Methodist Rehabilitation Center
    • Canine therapy, 4/11/95, 1D
    • Director of orthotics and prosthetics Rick Psonak, 5/25/95, 1D
    • McDonald's restaurant expected on premise, 2/16/95, 3B; 5/24/95, 5B
    • Spectacular atrium brings outdoors indoor, 12/18/95, 1B
  • Metro Jackson Chamber of Commerce
    • 1 on One program, 1/25/95, 5B
    • Crime Prevention Forums, 7/22/95, 5B
    • Director Sweatt takes job in Tennessee, 3/30/95, 8B
    • Hosts 2 trade shows at Trade Mart, 5/4/95, 5B
    • Luncheon speaker Drew Pearson, 5/5/95, 8B
    • Metro Momentum, a job-creating effort, 6/21/95, 4B
    • Minority/Majority Business Match/Card Exchange, 10/11/95, 5B
    • New senior vice president is Robert Ingram, 3/22/95, 5B
    • Small Business Week: 4 honored, 4/26/95, 5B
    • Trade show at Ramada Coliseum, 11/9/95, 9B
  • Metro Jackson Convention and Visitors Bureau
    • Keeps control of its budget, 3/9/95, 4B
  • Metro Jackson Habitat for Humanity SEE Habitat for Humanity
  • Metro Jackson Student Council
    • 3-county student panel encourages interaction, 1/1/95, 1B
  • Metro Momentum SEE Metro Jackson Chamber of Commerce
  • Metro Parkway
    • $20 Million in bonds approved, 1/31/95, 1B
    • $5.7M in state bonds issued, 11/14/95, 4B
    • Fordice likely to sign bill, 3/16/95, 1A
    • Hinds County delays appointments, 9/6/95, 3B
    • Its fate rests with Fordice, 3/3/95, 4B
    • Project is stalled over funding, 7/28/95, 1A
    • Project to get environmental study, 9/1/95, 3B
    • Project wins Senate approval, 2/4/95, 1B
    • Ways to cut costs considered, 5/27/95, 4B
    • West Jackson residents don't want to move, 3/30/95, 1A
  • Metro Parkway Project SEE Jackson State University---Parkway...
  • Metropolitan Crime Commission
    • Chairman Wirt Yerger says get involved, 3/19/95, 1B
    • CourtWatch program, 1/18/95, 1B
    • DA Ed Peters speaker: courts slow justice, 8/30/95, 2B
    • Graphic anti-crime ads, 2/11/95, 3B; 2/14/95, 1A; 2/16/95, 1A
    • Group storms into House panel hearing, 2/23/95, 1A
    • JPD chief Johnson addresses panel, 8/16/95, 1B
    • Meeting at Brinkley Middle School, 4/28/95, 5B
    • Observes local court proceedings, 7/19/95, 2B
    • Proposed legislative summary, 1/10/95, 1B
    • R Greenberg, Charleston, SC, police chief speaks, 11/17/95, 1B
    • Speaker cites family breakdown as crime factor, 9/19/95, 2B
    • Suggests purchase of warehouse for detention, 11/24/95, 3B
    • Victims Task Force
      • Told to lobby politicians, 5/26/95, 5B
    • Watchdog agency off to good start, 11/26/95, 1A
  • Micro chips SEE Pets
  • MicroAge
    • Wins Resellers of the Year Award, 5/9/95, 5B
  • Microtek Medical
    • To buy Medi-Plast International (Ga), 11/22/95, 5B
  • Mid-Delta Empowerment Zone Alliance
    • $40 Million in federal block grants awarded, 11/14/95, 5B
    • Awaits funding information, 1/3/95, 4B
  • Middleton, Tammy
    • Friends of disabled law student help her get trained dog, 2/9/95, 1D
    • Paraplegic and her canine companion Terzian, 4/4/95, 1D
  • Miles, Bud SEE Miles, Marion
  • Miles, Marion
    • Former Newton County sheriff slain in Jackson warehouse, 7/4/95, 1A; 7/5/95, 1A
    • Investigators suspect organized crime involvement in slaying, 9/18/95, 1A
    • Suspicious fires linked to former sheriff, 7/7/95, 1A
  • Military bases
    • Closure panel to visit Meridian and Columbus, 5/20/95, 1B; 6/10/95, 9A
    • Columbus Air Force Base on closure alert, 5/11/95, 1A
    • Congress appropriates $32 Million for state facilities, 9/21/95, 3B
    • Family housing in short supply on Gulf Coast, 6/26/95, 1A
    • House panel allots $30.2 Million for state facilities, 5/26/95, 1B
    • Sonny Montgomery watches over state bases
      • Protecting from closure, 7/5/95, 1A
  • Military Park SEE Vicksburg National Military Park
  • Milk
    • Subsidies program bad for consumers, advocates say, 9/22/95, 5B
  • Miller, Ann Marie
    • 37 animals rescued form her filthy north Jackson home, 3/1/95, 4B
  • Miller, Daniel Thomas
    • Arrested in Jones County on Illinois and Kentucky charges, 10/7/95, 3B
  • Miller, R.W.
    • Carrol County deputy fined in assault charge, 10/7/95, 2B
  • Miller, Steven
    • Pilot lands crippled aircraft safely at Jackson airport, 4/6/95, 1A
  • Miller, Tony
    • Greene County man charged in 2 infant's deaths, 8/9/95, 3B
  • Millet, Ed and Gretchen Haien-Millet
    • Home is loft in downtown Jackson, 7/30/95, 1E
  • Millet, Mark
    • Aviation art on display at Eudora Welty Library, 5/28/95, 1F
  • Milling-Bailey, Angela
    • She may appeal ouster, 2/25/95, 2B
  • Million Man March
    • Emmett Burns criticizes NAACP for lack of support, 10/14/95, 4B
    • Jackson-area leaders and students embrace change, 10/17/95, 1B
    • Local groups to attend Washington march, 10/14/95, 1A
  • Million Men March
    • Local marchers return energized, 10/23/95, 1A
  • Mills, Mike
    • Brings 'basic values' to Mississippi Supreme Court, 12/1/95, 1A
    • Fordice's selection for Supreme Court seat, 11/11/95, 1B; 11/26/95, 3G (Minor column)
  • Millsaps College
    • Arts & Lectures series: Larry Brown and Lee Smith, 9/26/95, 1D
    • Arts and Lecture Series: Reynolds Price and Dr. John Stone, 11/1/95, 1D
    • Honor code adopted, 8/28/95, 1B
    • New Century of Light fund raising campaign, 11/4/95, 1B
  • Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp
    • Honored by 'Industry Week', 10/19/95, 6B
  • Mims Oil Compnay SEE Pizza Inns
  • Minimum wage
    • Should it be increased? (pro and con), 3/19/95, 1G; 4/21/96, 1G
  • Mining, Hinds County
    • Dirt and sand mining in North County Line Road area, 8/24/95, 6B
  • Mining, Mississippi
    • New regulations on mining in rivers, streams, 3/21/95, 3B
    • Proposed DEQ regulations on sand and gravel mining, 6/21/95, 1A
    • Regulations on mining of gravel in streams, 4/10/95, 1A; 4/13/95, 1B
  • Ministers, Mississippi
    • Is perfection too much to expect of your pastor?, 9/9/95, 1D
  • Minority business
    • 10% of state firms black owned, 12/12/95, 5B
    • Black business districts in Mississippi fading away, 7/2/95, 1C
    • Jackson/Hinds Minority Capital Fund, 2/14/95, 6B
  • Minority contracts, Hinds County
    • A.D. Jackson Consultants' proposals, 10/4/95, 4B
  • Minority/Majority Business Match/Card Exchange
    • Metro Jackson Chamber of Commerce, 10/11/95, 5B
  • Miskelly Furniture
    • Huge new store is opened, 6/9/95, 5B
  • MISS 103
    • Annette and Larry Tramel win home, car and swimming pool, 8/28/95, 1A
    • Program: designated driver when hot food is in car, 4/15/95, 1B
    • Stays on top of Arbitron ratings, 2/25/91, 1E
  • MISS 103 SEE ALSO WMSI-FM
  • Miss Collegiate African American
    • Winner Maletha Dixon, 2/23/95, 4B
  • Miss Mississippi Pageant, 1995
    • Free use of auditorium costs Vicksburg a lot of money, 7/25/95, 3B
  • Miss Mississippi, 1994
    • Blouin speaks at state child abuse conference, 4/15/95, 3B
    • Blouin, incest survivor, used title to illuminate cause, 7/5/95, 1B
  • Miss Mississippi, 1995
    • Contestants ready to compete, 7/3/95, 1A; 7/4/95, 1B
    • Louwerens getting ready to represent state in Atlantic City, 7/11/95, 1D
    • Louwerens shows off her wardrobe, 8/31/95, 1D
    • Monica Louwerens is winner, 7/9/95, 1A
    • Pageant program book, 7/7/95, 1E
  • MISSCO
    • Commercial division sold to U.S. Office Products, 8/18/95, 5B
  • Missing persons, Ashland
    • Body identified as teacher Kenneth Lindley, 11/12/95, 8B
  • Missing persons, Brookhaven
    • Sisters seek adopted brother James David Thames, 8/27/95, 1E
  • Missing persons, Clinton
    • Missing teenager Melissa Pile, 12/28/95, 4B
  • Missing persons, Grenada
    • Woman Annie Laura Williams, 73, 3/7/95, 3B
  • Missing persons, Hinds County
    • Unidentified may found dead in field, 12/15/95, 4B
  • Missing persons, Jackson
    • Bones found linked to remains found in creek off Watkins Drive, 3/23/95, 4B
    • Unidentified body of man in west Jackson house, 4/16/95, 1B; 5/17/95, 3B
  • Missing persons, Pearl
    • Ashley Evins back home, 8/19/95, 1A
    • Ashley Evins, 13: disapperance linked to Internet, 8/16/95, 1A; 8/17/95, 1A
  • Mission Mississippi
    • Reconciliation rally, 10/14/95, 1D; 10/18/95, 1A; 12/7/95, 1D
    • Speaker Reverend R.V. Hill, 10/20/95, 4B
    • Youth Night, 10/19/95, 1A
  • Missions (church) SEE Church missions
  • Mississippi
    • Ad campaign: image-confrontational ads
      • (For site selection consultants), 4/9/95, 1C
    • Don't go bad-mouthing state
      • Profile Mississippi, 2/26/95, 5J
    • Livability ranking was number 49 in 1995, survey shows, 6/22/95, 1B
    • Profile Mississippi, 2/26/95, sections I,J,K
  • Mississippi All-State Academic Team, 3/2/95, 3B; 3/3/95, 4A; 3/6/96, 6A; 3/7/96, 5B
  • Mississippi American Federation of Teachers
    • Pledges high standards, improved discipline, 9/7/95, 1B
  • Mississippi Animal Rescue League
    • Air conditioning fails, 8/17/95, 1A
    • Pets left more likely to be killed than adopted, 8/12/95, 1A
    • Seizes 37 animals from north Jackson home, 3/1/95, 4B
    • Students collect a ton of pet supplies, 2/2/95, 1B
  • Mississippi Arts Delegation
    • To help save National Endowment for the Arts, 3/22/95, 4B
  • Mississippi Association of Religious Artists, 4/2/95, 1F
  • Mississippi Baking Co
    • Bakes buns for Rankin County McDonald's, 1/6/95, 5B; 3/17/95, 4B
  • Mississippi Baptist Convention, 1995
    • $23 Million budget approved, 11/2/95, 3B
    • Rev Jimmy Porter of McComb elected president, 11/1/95, 1A
  • Mississippi Baptist Medical Center
    • Healthplex venture with Mississippi College, 11/2/95, 6B
    • PR director Jean May retires, 7/1/95, 4B
  • Mississippi Baptist Orphanage
    • Alumni reminisce, 2/12/95, 1E, 2E
  • Mississippi Bar Association
    • Consumer Assistance Program, 12/4/95, 1A
  • Mississippi Blood Services
    • Doesn't want to be confused with United Blood Services, 2/8/95, 1B
  • Mississippi budget, 1996
    • Compromise reached in Legislature, 3/26/95, 1A
    • Education getting smaller slice of the pie, 3/5/95, 1G
    • Estimates show $65 Million growth, 2/11/95, 1A
  • Mississippi Budget, 1996
    • Fordice's grab for budget power, 1/9/95, 7A (Minor column)
  • Mississippi Budget, 1997
    • Budget highlights (box chart), 11/22/95, 1B
    • Legislative committee wants a $48 MIllion cut, 11/22/95, 1B
  • Mississippi budget, 1997
    • Public schools need money, legislators say, 10/6/95, 2B
  • Mississippi Business Hall of Fame
    • 4 named: Ebbers, Fowler, Nelson, Walker, 5/17/95, 1B
    • 4 selected for spring induction, 4/9/95, 1C
  • Mississippi Business Journal
    • New ownership group, 4/22/95, 7B
  • Mississippi Chemical Corp
    • 4th quarter 1994 income jumps 529%, 1/25/95, 7B
    • Common stock buyback, 4/2/96, 8B; 5/24/95, 5B
    • Iowa fertilizer company blast, 7/19/95, 5B; 9/2/95, 5B; 12/21/95, 10B
    • Yazoo City plant has new emmission control system, 8/29/95, 5B
  • Mississippi Children's Home Society
    • Receives $2.86 Million form Kellog Foundation, 2/16/95, 1B
  • Mississippi Choctaws SEE Choctaw Indians
  • Mississippi Christian and Family Services
    • Colgate-Palmolive donates household products, 5/6/95, 1D
  • Mississippi Civil Air Patrol SEE Civil Air Patrol
  • Mississippi Coliseum
    • Colored panels to go, replaced by clear reflective glass facade, 10/26/95, 1A
    • Not part of Ticketmaster system, 2/16/95, 10E
    • Proposal for new coliseum building rebuffed by Jim Buck Ross, 2/22/95, 2B
  • Mississippi Coliseum SEE ALSO Mississippi Fairgrounds
  • Mississippi College
    • $8 Million men's dormitory to be built, 11/21/95, 3B
    • Business school earns accreditation, 6/22/95, 5B; 6/23/95, 8B
    • Healthplex venture with Baptist Medical Center, 6/7/96, 4B; 11/2/95, 6B
    • Launching drive to attract over-30 students, 12/24/95, 1A
    • Lower enrollment for Fall term, 1995, 9/12/95, 1A
    • Sued by Omnibank in Lewis Nobles case, 6/21/95, 2B
    • Women now on Board of Trustees, 12/3/95, 1B
  • Mississippi College SEE ALSO Todd, Howell
  • Mississippi Collegiate Art Competition
    • Museum of Art, 3/11/90, 1F; 3/19/95, 1F
  • Mississippi Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, 4/14/95, 3B; 4/15/95, 3B
    • SEE ALSO Child Advocacy Center
  • Mississippi Consortium for International Development
    • Aid to developing nations, 9/8/95, 1B
  • Mississippi corporations SEE Corporations, Mississippi
  • Mississippi Council on Compulsive Gambling
    • Coast-based support group, 8/21/95, 2B
  • Mississippi Crime Victims Rights Week
    • Mother of DUI victim, 4/26/95, 3B
  • Mississippi Cultural Crossroads
    • Arts center in Port Gibson
      • NEA funding, 2/8/95, 1D
  • Mississippi currency
    • Auction of Byron Cook's collection, 6/15/95, 1A
  • Mississippi Democratic Party
    • Adopts broader language in anti-discrimination statement, 11/19/95, 1B
    • Inaugural balls, 1/4/96, 2B; 12/15/95, 3B
    • Skelton named executive director, 2/28/95, 1B
  • Mississippi Early Childhood Association
    • Education secretary Richard Riley to speak, 9/11/95, 3B
  • Mississippi Easter Seal Society
    • Annual auction and Xmas card sale, 11/30/95, 1D
  • Mississippi Ethics Commission SEE Ethics Commission
  • Mississippi Fairgrounds
    • $7 Million OK'ed for repairs, 2/23/95, 1B
    • Construction work hampers annual auto sales extravaganza, 3/15/95, 5B
    • Lethal chemicals all removed, 5/26/95, 1B
    • Lethal chemicals found buried, 4/21/95, 5B; 4/22/95, 1B; 5/2/95, 3B
  • Mississippi Families for Kids
    • Works with Human Services on adoptions, 3/10/96, 2B; 6/17/95, 1D
  • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation
    • Stand against term limits initiative, 10/18/95, 3B; 11/2/95, 4B
  • Mississippi Food Network
    • Can Care food drive, 3/28/95, 5B
    • Lack of storage space, 7/28/95, 1E
    • Reba McEntire ticket giveaway, 3/30/95, 1A
  • Mississippi Forum on Children and Families
    • Seeks support of religious community, 2/4/95, 1D
  • Mississippi Gospel Connection
    • Ministry of radio stations
      • Harvey Lynch, president, 7/10/95, 1D
  • Mississippi Healthy Start Initiative SEE Mississippi Action for Progress
  • Mississippi High School Rodeo Association
    • Finals: participant Alex Smith, 6/21/95, 1B
  • Mississippi Home Corp
    • $15.8 Million in Fannie Mae money, 3/10/96, 3G; 9/26/95, 5B; 12/12/95, 5B
  • Mississippi Humanities Council
    • Mississippi Oral History Directory, 8/6/95, 1F
    • Oral history project, 6/4/95, 1F
  • Mississippi Legal Services Coalition
    • City Councilman Armstrong investigated, 6/22/95, 1A
    • Closes down, 10/27/95, 4B
    • Legal program for poor
      • Too political?, 6/3/95, 4B
  • Mississippi Legislative Trust
    • GOP legislators squabble over funds from national party, 10/15/95, 3G
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1995
    • Abandoned buildings legislation, 3/2/95, 2B; 3/3/95, 3B
    • Abandoned houses used by criminals (bill), 2/7/95, 1A
    • Abortion bill, 3/9/95, 1B
    • Abortion bill compromise fails, 3/29/95, 3B
    • Abortion bill may be doomed by amendments, 3/1/95, 7A
    • Affirmative action ended in state (bill), 1/26/95, 3B
    • Affirmative action rules kept intact, 2/9/95, 5B
    • Alternative drug sentencing bill vetoed, 3/16/95, 1B; 3/17/95, 3B
    • Anti-crime bills have one chance, 3/12/95, 1B
    • Anti-crime proposals: good ones died young, bad died later, 3/5/95, 1A
    • Battle of the bills: how will money be spent?, 3/16/95, 10A
    • Bill status..., In Section G of Sunday papers
    • BIPEC rates legislators, 4/19/95, 5B
    • Budget 1996: compromise reached, 3/26/95, 1A
    • Campaign finance reform bill, 2/27/95, 1A
    • Caning bill allowed to die quietly, 1/19/95, 1A
    • Caning bill is introduced, 1/8/95, 1A; 1/15/95, 3G (Minor column)
    • Caning bill laid to rest, 2/22/95, 1B
    • Caning of prisoners (bill), 1/17/95, 1B; 2/12/95, 1A
    • Capitol Complex Plan: $44.2 Million for downtown Jackson, 4/14/95, 5B
    • Car tag cost: $5 Million in fund, 4/2/95, 2B
    • Casino locations: problems passed on to next legislature, 4/25/95, 3B
    • City-annexation rules (bill), 2/9/95, 4B
    • Closing criminal records: Senate considers, 2/10/95, 3B
    • Committees consider youth crime solutions, 1/30/95, 1A
    • Computer skills linked to teacher pay hikes (bill), 1/24/95, 1A
    • Crime bills: Fordice signs 4, 4/6/95, 1B
    • Crime bills: youth court big loser, 4/2/95, 1B
    • Crime fight fizzled, 4/6/95, 1A
    • Crime Summit: other issues have diverted lawmakers, 2/12/95, 1B
    • Debt limits to let school districts build (bill), 1/26/95, 5B
    • District taxes bill likely to die, 1/31/95, 5B
    • Domestic violence bill mandates arrest in violent cases, 2/2/95, 1A
    • Domestic violence law, 3/11/95, 1B; 10/27/95, 12A
    • Domestic violence legislation, 3/9/95, 1A
    • Drug court creation: lawmakers seek info on costs, 1/24/95, 1B
    • Drug rehab bill barely alive, 2/1/95, 3B; 3/16/95, 1B; 3/17/95, 3B
    • Drug rehab bill revived, 3/23/95, 3B
    • Drug trafficking law, 9/20/95, 1B
    • Employee health and fitness (bill), 1/24/95, 2B
    • Enviromental self-auditing law for businesses, 7/20/95, 1A
    • Environmental bill, 1/31/95, 1A; 3/7/95, 3B
    • Environmental bill approved--with conditions, 2/2/95, 5B
    • Environmental bill may hurt economy, some say, 2/26/95, 1B
    • Environmental programs: DEQ appropriations, 2/28/95, 1A
    • Equal Rights Amendment revival?, 3/24/95, 1B; 3/25/95, 3B
    • Ethics Commission authorization, 2/27/95, 5A
    • Ethics Commission extension, 2/27/95, 5A; 3/1/95, 1A
    • Flood control bill vetoed on 2nd vote, 4/1/95, 2B
    • Flood control for Jackson area, 3/26/95, 1B; 3/29/95, 4B
    • Gambling bills, 2/27/95, 1B
    • Gay and bisexual instruction targeted (bill), 3/15/95, 1B; 3/17/95, 3B
    • GOP switch did not happen, 3/16/95, 15A (Minor column)
    • House panel OKs pay-raise for state workers, 2/16/95, 1B
    • House panel OKs Youth Court bill with 59 judges, 1/26/95, 3B
    • House: how representatives voted, 4/9/95, 2G
    • Insurance board creation (bill), 2/9/95, 3B
    • Jackson metro area wish list, 1/1/95, 17A
    • Jackson wins big with appropriations, 4/9/95, 1A
    • Juvenile justice bills numerous this session, 1/23/95, 1B
    • Law lets governor can make policy without public input, 3/29/95, 1A
    • Law...no public input, 3/30/95, 1B
    • Lawmakers want computerization of records, 1/12/95, 1B
    • Legislative pay raise vetoed by Fordice, 4/8/95, 1B
    • Lobby law reform has cut into festivities, 1/4/95, 1A
    • Mandatory auto liability insurance bill, 1/7/95, 1B; 1/12/95, 1B
    • MAXIMUS (privatization), 1/26/95, 1B; 1/27/95, 1B
    • MAXIMUS and Fordice say fight not over, 2/9/95, 1A
    • MAXIMUS contract extension, 3/9/95, 1B
    • MAXIMUS funding left in limbo, 3/28/95, 1B
    • MAXIMUS funding: Senate tries compromise, 3/31/95, 1A
    • MAXIMUS, DHS funding approved, 4/1/95, 1A
    • MAXIMUS/Fordice plan rejected, 2/1/95, 1B; 2/2/95, 1B
    • Mental facilities for juveniles--funding (bill), 1/27/95, 1B
    • Mental treatment centers for juveniles (bill), 2/2/95, 1B
    • New faces, new perspectives as session opens, 1/4/95, 1A
    • Officerholders (local) pay raises (bill), 2/11/95, 1B
    • Omnibus pay bill stalls in Senate, 3/31/95, 3B
    • Parole for felons (bill), 2/5/95, 3B
    • Partisan politics playing increasing role, 2/26/95, 1A
    • Phi Theta Kappa land grant bill, 3/26/95, 2B
    • Prisoners' uniforms a renewed issue, 1/5/95, 1B
    • Prisoners--hard labor and beating (bill), 2/7/95, 1A
    • Prisoners: no bail for repeat offenders (bill), 1/20/95, 1B
    • Prisoners: parole restriction law passed, 3/29/95, 2B
    • Prisons in counties (bill), 2/19/95, 1B
    • Privatization, term limits to be hot issues, 1/1/95, 1A, 1G
    • Prosecutors added (33 statewide) (bill), 1/19/95, 1B; 1/26/95, 1A
    • Public access to delinquents' records, 2/9/95, 1B
    • Sales tax cut on groceries (bill), 2/18/95, 1A; 2/21/95, 1B
    • School superintendents (appointing of) (bill), 2/5/95, 3B
    • Senate OKs campaign donation rules, 2/10/95, 1B
    • Senate to vote on tax cut, 1/11/95, 3B
    • Senate: how senators voted, 4/9/95, 1G
    • Senate: Republicans could win control, 8/14/95, 1B
    • Septic tanks exemption bill
      • Task force wants stronger law, 1/28/95, 1B
    • Session ends: much hype, little real action, 4/2/95, 1A
    • Smoking ban in state office buildings (bill), 1/23/95, 1B
    • Spousal abuse SEE ABOVE ...Domestic violence
    • State employee pay raise (bill), 2/21/95, 1A; 3/21/95, 1B; 3/23/95, 1B
    • State employees pay raise signed, 3/23/95, 1A; 4/1/95, 1B
    • Tax cut defeat should send message to GOP, 2/26/95, 3G
    • Tax cut foes say timing is bad, 1/16/95, 1A
    • Tax cut likely, 1/1/95, 1G; 1/6/95, 1B; 12/16/94, 1B
    • Tax cut OK expected in Senate, 1/12/95, 1A; 1/17/95, 3B
    • Tax cut rejected by House, 2/22/95, 1A
    • Tax cut seems certain, 2/20/95, 1A
    • Tax cut: Fordice before House committee, 2/14/95, 1B; 2/15/95, 1A
    • Tax cut: Fordice measure passes hurdle, 2/17/95, 1A
    • Tax cut: Fordice says push the House, 1/13/95, 1B
    • Tax cut: Fordice tells TEAMississippi to push, 1/15/95, 1B
    • Tax cut: Fordice's plan looks dead, 2/23/95, 1A; 2/24/95, 1A
    • Tax cut: give something back, advocates say, 2/9/95, 3B
    • Tax cut: House committee in private session, 1/18/95, 3B
    • Tax cut: lawmakers weigh it against 1979 cut, 2/5/95, 1A
    • Tax cut: letters-to-the-editor pro and con, 1/29/95, 5G
    • Tax cut: politics spoiled Fordice's chances, 4/9/95, 1G
    • Telecommunications bill veto, 4/7/95, 1A; 4/8/95, 1A
    • Telecommunications bill: veto overriden, 4/11/95, 1A; 4/13/95, 1A
    • Truth-in-sentencing bills, 2/25/95, 1A; 3/4/95, 1B; 7/1/95, 1B
    • Unfunded mandates opposition (bill), 1/22/95, 1B
    • Uninsured-motorist bills die, 3/10/95, 3B
    • Wife's rights in divorce (bill), 1/22/95, 2B; 1/25/95, 4B
    • Will strong campaign finance reform be passed?, 2/19/95, 3G (Minor)
    • X-ray machine operators training (bill), 2/13/95, 1A; 3/6/95, 2B
    • Youth court big loser among crime bills, 4/2/95, 1B
    • Youth Court bill
      • Judges thankful for lawmakers' attention, 2/27/95, 1A
    • Youth Court system bill killed, 2/28/95, 1A; 3/1/95, 7A
    • Youth courts revamping, 2/10/95, 3B
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1996
    • 27 new members ready to shake the chambers, 11/19/95, 1A, 15A
    • Bill would let victims appeal criminals' sentences, 4/24/95, 1B
    • Bill: recalling of judges, 12/21/95, 1A
    • Black Caucus forum, 7/15/95, 3B
    • Computers in state Senate, 12/19/95, 1A
    • Familiar themes but less pressure this session, 12/31/95, 1A
    • Fordice holds strategy session with GOP members, 11/30/95, 1A
    • Juvenile crime panels may become permanent, 12/10/95, 1B
    • Musgrove's first test will be pro tem vote, 12/5/95, 2B
    • Musgrove, Ford build positive relationship with Fordice, 12/13/95, 3B
    • Session may be shorter, 12/1/95, 1B
    • Short session saves state $450,000, 12/21/95, 1A
  • Mississippi Literacy Network
    • Reading tutor programs, 8/17/95, 4B
  • Mississippi Mass Choir
    • Concert with Ballet Magnificat, 1/28/95, 1D; 3/9/95, 3E
  • Mississippi Mass Choir SEE ALSO Lilly, Lillian
  • Mississippi Medical Center for Women
    • Abortion clinic criticized for phone responses, 7/19/95, 1A
  • Mississippi Methodist Rehabilitation Center
    • SEE Methodist Rehabilitation Center
  • Mississippi Militia
    • Cancels film in wake of Oklahoma City bombing, 4/28/95, 1A
  • Mississippi Municipal Association
    • Names most livable towns: Laurel, Natchez, Oxford, 6/29/95, 1A
  • Mississippi Office of State Auditor SEE Office of State Auditor
  • Mississippi Opera
    • 1995 season opens with 'Barber of Seville', 11/5/95, 1F, 5F; 11/11/95, 1E
    • Artistic director Caroll Freeman resigns, 8/8/95, 1D; 8/13/95, 5E
    • Lyall named music and artistic director, 10/5/95, 1B
    • Merry Widow: Opera woos diverse crowd, 4/16/95, 1F; 4/23/95, 3B (review)
    • Oklahoma presented, 4/30/95, 2B
  • Mississippi Opportunity Fund
    • New mutual fund focuses on state firms, 4/11/95, 6B
  • Mississippi Oral History Directory
    • Mississippi Humanities Council, 8/6/95, 1F
  • Mississippi Power Company
    • CEO David Ratcliffe takes post with The Southern Company, 3/23/95, 5B
    • Coast cities renew 25-year franchise agreements, 11/16/95, 9B
    • Files to lower monthly rates, 3/15/96, 5B; 12/23/95, 5B
    • New CEO is Dwight Evans, 3/28/95, 6B
  • Mississippi Press Association
    • Better Newspaper Contest
      • Award winners, 6/25/95, 3B
  • Mississippi Quilt Association
    • Statewide project to document antique quilts, 10/31/95, 1D
  • Mississippi Report Card, 1994
    • Statistics show top schools, 3/29/95, 1A, 5A
  • Mississippi Republican Party
    • 600 gather to pay tribute to Evelyn McPhail, 6/3/95, 4B
    • Black Oklahoma congressman J.C. Watts is speaker, 9/27/95, 3B
    • Fordice denies trying to oust Billy Powell, 2/15/95, 3B
    • Teenage Republican Bridget McCart, 12/5/95, 1A
  • Mississippi River
    • Called 'toxic toilet'
      • Among 10 endangered American rivers, 4/19/95, 1B
    • Corps wants to use dirt from wetlands for levees, 3/14/95, 1A
    • Fall is expected, then seasonal rise, 9/14/95, 3B
    • Gambling is big plus to some river counties, 1/23/95, 1A
    • Profile Mississippi, 2/26/95, 1J
    • Retaining wall at Vicksburg: hillside homes threatened, 7/6/95, 1A
    • River's impact on state's economy, 1/22/95, 1A, 1G, 2G
    • Stack Island ruled part of state of Mississippi, 11/1/95, 1B
    • Victoria's Bend widening, 4/25/95, 1A
  • Mississippi River Bridge
    • Barges hit Vicksburg span; traffic stopped, 6/22/95, 1A; 6/23/95, 1B
  • Mississippi Rural Water Association
    • SEE Volunteer fire departments, Mississippi---Rural depts...
  • Mississippi Sandhill Crane
    • Killing of crane on Coast may be protest, 11/29/95, 3B
  • Mississippi School for Math and Science
    • ACT scores highest in state, 11/24/95, 22A
  • Mississippi School for the Blind
    • Students using Braille edition of cookbook 'Take Five', 3/28/95, 1D
  • Mississippi Sheriffs' Association
    • Bars felons from membership, 12/7/95, 1B
  • Mississippi Sports Medicine
    • Free physical examinations for students, 7/23/95, 1B
  • Mississippi State Band Festival SEE Band festival
  • Mississippi state flag
    • Navy apologizes after flag removed from D.C. ceremony, 10/28/95, 1B
  • Mississippi State University
    • $500,000 donated to endowment fund, 3/10/95, 3B
    • 13-year-old freshman Hench Qian, 8/23/95, 1B
    • Ag school enrollment now 35% female, 1/23/95, 3B
    • Air Force ROTC detachment headed by woman colonel, 10/2/95, 1B
    • Egg launcher built by biological engineering students, 12/9/95, 4B
    • James K. Ashford Endowed Scholarship Fund, 4/24/95, 3B
    • NCAA charges: MSU admits to 6; disputes 15, 11/28/95, 1A
    • NCAA inquiry: MSU hires law firm, 8/5/95, 1A
    • Old Main (dormitory), 1/22/95, 1E
    • Super Bulldog Weekend: contaminated pork, 5/2/95, 1B
    • Tops in gifts to legislators, 3/7/95, 1B
    • Veterinarians say neutering helps pets' health, 4/18/95, 3B
  • Mississippi Symphony
    • 1995-96 season calendar, 10/1/95, 1F
    • American Salute, a pops concert, 2/19/95, 1F
    • Huge orchestra and chorus in concert, 4/5/95, 3B
    • Special concerts to lure new audiences, 1/22/95, 1F
  • Mississippi Trends and Outlook Conference
    • Worker training great concern, 10/4/95, 5B
  • Mississippi University for Women
    • Atmosphere nurtures female leadership, 3/12/95, 1B, 3B
    • College Board approves 3 new programs, 2/17/95, 1B
    • Spectator (newspaper) adviser removed, 2/8/95, 1B; 2/9/95, 1B
    • Spectator (newspaper): no clues on missing papers, 2/10/95, 3B
    • Spectator controversy adds tension to tense campus, 2/12/95, 1A
  • Mississippi Valley State University
    • College Board adds 3 new programs, 2/17/95, 1B
    • Greenwood branch OK'd, 9/22/95, 3B
  • Mississippi Vietnam Veterans Memorial
    • $1.5M funding taken from Russian exhibit, 2/24/95, 1B
    • $1.5M--why was legislative commission ignored?, 2/25/95, 1B
    • Groundbreaking ceremony, 5/30/95, 1A
  • Mississippi Watermelon Festival, 1995
    • 17th annual event, 7/20/95, 8E
  • Mississippi Women's Political Network
    • Feud with Rep John Reeves, 10/15/95, 1B
  • Mississippians for Emergency Medical Service
    • Conference, 10/21/95, 2B
  • Mistletoe Marketplace, 1995
    • Closes after record crowds, 11/5/95, 2B
    • Shopping: it's an art, 11/2/95, 10E
  • Mitchell, Patrick Michael SEE Bank robberies, Southaven
  • Mize Watermelon Festival SEE Mississippi Watermelon Festival
  • MMI of Mississippi
    • Crystal Springs company makes pharmacy work stations, 7/23/95, 3C
  • Mo' Bay Cafe
    • Restaurant review, 1/12/95, 4E
  • Mobile Auto Service
    • Stricklands make house calls, 12/21/95, 10B
  • Mobile home fire, Hinds County
    • 2 found dead north of Bolton, 10/22/95, 2B
  • Mobile home industry
    • Division of State Fire Marshall protects buyers, 7/9/95, 1C
    • Manufactured housing fills need, 7/9/95, 1C
  • Mobile homes, Brandon
    • City regulations
      • Rankin County considering its own rules, 6/28/95, 1A
  • Mobile homes, Pearl
    • Restrictions thrown out by judge, 4/20/95, 5B
  • MobileComm
    • 2-way pager: marketing trials, 7/19/95, 8B
    • Car crashes into pole; service disrupted, 5/5/95, 8B
    • Compaq computer deal, 6/22/95, 5B
    • Joint venture with CompuServe for on-line services, 5/3/95, 5B
    • Purchase by MobileMedia (NJ), 1/5/96, 5B; 9/15/95, 1A
    • Will it stay in Jackson?, 12/3/95, 1A
  • MobileMedia SEE MobileComm
  • Moffat, Helen
    • Broadmeadow Methodist teacher/composer
      • Parent's Choice Award, 10/24/95, 1D
  • Moffett, Eric
    • Accused child killer again released, 9/16/95, 1A
    • Man accused of killing 5-year old had beaten her mother, 1/5/95, 4B; 2/3/95, 4B
    • No grand jury hearing in 8 months; suspect released, 8/13/95, 1B; 9/9/95, 1A
  • Mohr, Kirsten
    • Shooting of Scott County girl, 11, called accident, 8/1/95, 1B
  • Molpus, Dick
    • Says Fordice indifferent to public education, 1/27/95, 1B
  • Molpus, Dick SEE ALSO Governor's race, 1995
  • Money Magazine
    • Jackson is number 92 in livability rating, 8/17/95, 9B
  • Mont Helena
    • Historic Rolling Fork home being restored, 8/22/95, 2B
  • Montgomery County Sheriff's Department
    • Tompkins is paralyzed, works from home, 9/23/95, 1B
  • Montgomery, G.V.
    • Awarded Defense Dept Medal for Distinguished Public Service, 7/13/95, 1B
    • Fighting for flag-burning amendment, 5/25/95, 13A
    • His retirement a power loss for Mississippi, 10/9/95, 1B
    • Retirement...list of possible successors, 11/19/95, 1G, 3G
    • Retiring congressman will fight for G.I. Bill, 10/4/95, 1B
    • Retiring from Congress, 3/13/96, 1A; 10/3/95, 1A
  • Montgomery, Keith
    • Legislator begins 2-day DUI sentence, 7/19/95, 1B; 7/21/95, 3B
    • Legislator charged with DUI, 5/2/95, 1A; 5/3/95, 1B; 5/5/95, 3B; 5/6/95, 1B
    • Pleads guilty to DUI: seeks forgiveness, tougher laws, 5/9/95, 1A
  • Monticello Hardwoods Inc
    • Tax credit program: company now uses Port of Gulfport, 8/18/95, 5B
  • Moody cousins SEE Mahned Bridge murders
  • Moody, David SEE Mahned Bridge murders
  • Moody, Kenneth SEE Mahned Bridge murders
  • Moore, Cheryl SEE Woodville Heights Elementary School
  • Moore, Ken
    • UMC physician is headache expert
      • Faxes advice to sufferers, 11/26/95, 2B
  • Moore, Matthew
    • Attorney slain outside downtown office at 6:00AM, 8/24/95, 1A, 7A; 8/25/95, 4B
    • Gunpowder found on Moore's hand, 9/3/95, 1A
    • His fear of stalker adds to mystery of case, 8/26/95, 1B
  • Morgan, David
    • Oil paintings shown at Pearl River/Studio Gallery, 9/17/95, 1E
  • Morgan, Duncan
    • Natchez master mason and home-restoration expert, 3/5/95, 1F
  • Morgan, Elemore
    • Paintings shown at Oxford gallery, 9/24/95, 1F
  • Morgan, John SEE House fire, Clinton
  • Morgan, Robert
    • Pleads guilty to robbery at anniversary party at a church, 11/15/95, 1B
  • Morgan, Robert (DGGC) SEE Deposit Guaranty Golf Classic
  • Morris, Dick
    • Clinton's political strategist worked on state campaigns, 10/29/95, 3G (Minor column)
  • Morris, Sam SEE Galloway United Methodist Church
  • Morris, Willie
    • A Prayer for the Opening of the Little League Season, 4/21/95, 1E
  • Morton United Methodist Chruch
    • Nativity scene in Spanish and English, 12/8/95, 1A
  • Mosby's Drug Store
    • Canton store is a family tradition, 3/11/95, 6B
  • Mosby, Deborah
    • Convicted in death of Gail Mosby, 12/13/95, 1B; 12/14/95, 1A
    • Trial in slaying of Gail Mosby, 12/8/95, 1B; 12/9/95, 1B; 12/12/95, 2B
  • Mosby, Gail
    • Husband Richard Mosby admits guilt; gets life plus 20 years, 5/12/95, 1B
  • Mosby, Richard SEE Mosby, Gail
  • Mosquitoes
    • Here's how to keep them off children, 6/6/95, 1D
    • Supervisor Vickery questions spraying contract, 3/17/95, 4B
  • Moss Point Police Department
    • Tire-deflating device to avoid car chases, 8/7/95, 1B
  • Moss Point, Mississippi
    • Citywide problem of unreadable or missing street signs, 8/21/95, 3B
  • Moss, Michael SEE Murder/suicide, Jasper County
  • Motels and hotels, Gulf Coast
    • New hotels attracting conventions, 8/13/95, 4B
  • Motels and hotels, Jackson
    • City Council OKs some restrictions on construction, 1/18/95, 4B
    • JPD wants 2 Highway 80 motels closed, 3/7/95, 5B
    • Pay-by-the hour motels, 1/13/95, 1B; 1/18/95, 4B; 6/6/95, 4B
  • Motels and hotels, Mississippi
    • Asian Indians own 25% on state motels, 8/20/95, 4B
  • Mother's Day
    • Photo contest, 5/14/95, 1E, 2E
  • Mothers
    • Lactation consultant Rhonda Parker helps new mothers, 8/8/95, 1D
  • Motion pictures
    • 'A Time to Kill:' a time to heal, 11/5/95, 1E
    • 'A Time to Kill:' actor Charles Dutton at JSU, 12/8/95, 3B
    • 'A Time to Kill:' animal trainer Boone Narr and J.J., 11/2/95, 1D
    • 'A Time to Kill:' Canton filming, 7/12/95, 4B; 7/18/95, 1A; 8/13/95, 1A; 8/15/95, 1D
    • 'A Time to Kill:' Canton left with a soundstage, 7/8/96, 1B; 12/27/95, 1D
    • 'A Time to Kill:' capturing the Klan on film, 10/25/95, 1D
    • 'A Time to Kill:' Dan Rather and '48 Hours' in Canton, 11/9/95, 1D
    • 'A Time to Kill:' director Joel Schumacher profiled, 12/3/95, 1E
    • 'A Time to Kill:' extra/stand-in Tracy Echols, 11/7/95, 1D
    • 'A Time to Kill:' filming thrills Canton, 9/27/95, 1D; 9/29/95, 1E; 10/5/95, 1D
    • 'A Time to Kill:' Grisham with Dan Rather in Canton, 10/25/95, 1A
    • 'A Time to Kill:' house explosion, 10/7/95, 1A
    • 'A Time to Kill:' newcomer Matthew McConaughey, 12/19/95, 1D
    • 'A Time to Kill:' Perry's Soulfood closure, 10/18/95, 1B
    • 'A Time to Kill:' producer Hunt Lowry, 10/15/95, 1E
    • 'A Time to Kill:' Samuel Jackson in the gym, 11/3/95, 3B
    • 'A Time to Kill:' Sandra Bullock profiled, 12/17/95, 1E
    • 'A Time to Kill:' set decorator Doree Cooper, 11/15/95, 1D
    • 'A Time to Kill:' unit photographer Christine Loss, 11/22/95, 1D
    • 'A Time to Kill:' unit production manager Bill Johnson, 10/20/95, 1E
    • 'A Time to Kill:' WLBT-TV staffers in movie, 11/8/95, 1D
    • 'Priest' has sneak preview at Parkway Place, 4/1/95, 1D; 4/5/95, 3B
    • 'Showgirls' protested, 9/23/95, 3B; 9/27/95, 1A
    • 22-year old Jackson filmmaker Tom Rice, 12/19/95, 1D
    • Blaxploitation films of the 70s, 3/8/95, 1D
    • Family flicks are what's hot in Mississippi, 5/25/95, 11E
    • Summer movie camps, 6/13/95, 1D
  • Motor voter law
    • Activists expect to take court ruling to U.S. Supreme Court, 7/26/95, 3B
    • Court rules federal government responsible for registration problems, 7/25/95, 1A
    • Molpus not to blame for problems, 7/30/95, 3G (Minor column)
    • Registration is good only in federal elections, 3/6/95, 1A
    • State awaits ruling on state/federal registrations status, 6/28/95, 1B; 7/21/95, 3B
    • Suit claims state has failed to implement law, 4/21/95, 1B; 4/29/95, 4B; 5/11/95, 3B
  • Motorcycles
    • Man dies in collision with Coahoma County coroner's car, 5/15/95, 3B
  • Moulder, John Dan
    • Justice Court judge accused of not living in district, 4/26/95, 4B; 5/10/95, 4B
  • Mound Bayou, Mississippi
    • Once-thriving Delta town now seeing hard times, 1/15/95, 1C
  • Mount Helm Baptist Church
    • Jackson's oldest black church celebrates its 160th year, 11/27/95, 1B
  • Movie theaters
    • New multi-screen cinema in Clinton, 2/8/95, 1A; 6/28/96, 4B; 12/5/95, 4B
    • Self-serve candy dispensers, 3/24/95, 1E
    • Summer movie camps, 6/13/95, 1D
  • MP&L
    • Grand Gulf costs may force MP&L to raise rates, 5/13/95, 1A; 5/17/95, 3B
    • Refunds of $15 to $22 and rate cuts are scheduled, 2/1/95, 1A
    • Repair truck hit by gunfire on Deer Park Street, 1/13/95, 3B
  • MP&L SEE ALSO Grand Gulf
  • MS Financial
    • Stock rallies after buyback, 12/16/95, 5B
  • MSDiversified
    • New CEO James B Stuart, 12/15/95, 5B
  • MTel
    • 4th-quarter 1994 earnings a record $41 Million, 2/16/95, 5B
    • 700,000+ paging and voice message units in service, 4/8/95, 10B
    • Destineer's 2-way messaging impresses analysts, 2/21/95, 6B
    • Pager services up 55% in 1994, 1/6/95, 8B
    • Shareholders meeting
      • Projections indicate growth, 5/26/95, 6B
    • Skytel boosts MTel earnings, June 1995 reporting period, 7/27/95, 7B
  • Mtel
    • Skytel offers messages using site on World Wide Web, 12/8/95, 6B
  • MTel
    • Skytel products to be distributed by Sony, 7/25/95, 5B
    • Skytel's 2-way pager service launched, 9/19/95, 1A
    • Skytel's AutoLink System, 11/30/95, 7B
    • SkyTel's former CEO Garrison takes job in California, 3/9/95, 5B
    • Stock plunge...lawsuit: stockholder lawsuit thrown out, 11/9/95, 9B
    • Stock price plummets, 10/3/95, 5B
    • To provide messaging for MCI, 1/7/95, 5B
    • Will it remain in Jackson?, 12/3/95, 1A
  • MTel Centre
    • New name for Security Centre building after Parkway purchase, 6/28/95, 5B: 8/1/95, 5B
  • Mullins, Andy SEE University of Mississippi
  • Multicraft Enterprises
    • $4 Million renovation of Brandon plant, 3/10/95, 5B
  • Multiple sclerosis
    • Roy and Rae Mathis meet demands of college, parenting, 9/5/95, 1B
  • Municipal courts (Jackson) SEE Jackson Municipal Court
  • Murals
    • On Construction Group's warehouse near Millsaps
      • Anne Scott Barrett, artist, 7/18/95, 1D
  • Murals Reflecting Prevention Project
    • State students' art on display in Washington, 6/25/95, 1F
  • Murder, Long Beach
    • Walker's death sentence upheld, 10/14/95, 3B
  • Murder-for-hire, Clinton
    • Elizabeth Hankins attempts to have husband killed, 5/5/95, 5B; 5/6/95, 1B
  • Murder-for-hire, Pearl
    • Wylene Blake wanted to have her husband beat up, 3/18/95, 4B
  • Murder/suicide, Greenville
    • Child reports 'daddy shot mother', 11/10/95, 1B
  • Murder/suicide, Jackson
    • Man shoots live-in companion, then himself, 4/26/95, 4B; 4/28/95, 5B
  • Murder/suicide, Jasper County
    • Michael Moss believed to have killed wife, son, self, 7/14/95, 1A
  • Murder/suicide, Lafayette County
    • Herbert Shaw shoots family, self, 4/15/95, 1A
  • Murphy Stu
    • Named deputy director of Department of Human Services, 6/20/95, 1A
  • Murphy, John Thomas
    • Former Jackson lawyer pleads guilty to embezzlement, 6/16/95, 3B; 8/26/95, 3B
  • Murray, Patricia
    • New host for 'Statewide Live' (ETV), 3/1/95, 1B
  • Murray, William SEE Prayer in schools, Pontotoc County
  • Museum of Art
    • Antiques and Art Symposium
      • Letitia Baldridge lecturer, 5/3/95, 1D
    • Art of the Americas: Crossing Boundaries, 1/1/95, 1F
    • Black-and-white photo exhibit, 11/12/95, 1F
    • Exhibit: G. Ruger Donoho: A Painter's Path, 9/10/95, 1F
    • Italian Paintings from Burghley House (exhibit), 1/16/95, 1D; 3/15/96, 1E; 3/17/96, 1F
    • Mississippi Collegiate Art Competition, 3/11/90, 1F; 3/19/95, 1F
    • New Directions in Holography (exhibit), 3/5/95, 1F
    • Paper Chase Through Twentieth Century Art (exhibit), 1/29/95, 1F
    • Sales Shop manager Pam Kinsey
      • 12/5/95, 2D
    • Search for new director begins, 7/19/95, 3B
    • Work is Progress exhibit, 6/18/95, 1F
  • Musgrove, Ronnie
    • Plans to leave his mark on state's public schools, 12/24/95, 1B
  • Musgrove, Ronnie SEE ALSO Elections, 1995
  • Mustard gas SEE ALSO Mississippi Fairgrounds
  • Mutual funds
    • Mississippi Opportunity Fund, 4/11/95, 6B
  • Mutual of Omaha SEE Waiters Association
  • Muze, The
    • Computerized catalog of albums and artists
      • At Be-Bop, 4/19/95, 1D
  • Myers, David
    • McComb legislator also city official; may run for Congress, 11/25/95, 1A
  • Mystery Science Theater 3000
    • Play MSTie for me, 1/23/95, 1D

 

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