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Clarion-Ledger Indexes
 YEAR 1986 - 1994  D 

  • D & D Extended Child Care Services
    • Human Services-funded program for teen parents, 1/19/93, 4B
  • D'Antoni, Michele
    • Country singer, 4/8/87, 1C
    • Country singer from Monticello, 5/27/86, 1C
  • d'Iberville Landing Festival
    • Ocean Springs, 4/21/94, 8F; 4/23/92, 3E; 4/26/90, 13F
    • Ocean Springs celebration, 4/22/93, 3E; 4/24/87, 1C; 4/25/93, 3B
    • Participants explore history with humor, 4/29/91, 1A
  • D'Lites Restaurants
    • Fixtures to be tax auctioned, 10/24/89, 5B
  • D'Lo Water Park
    • Managers plan lawsuits, 7/12/87, 1A
  • D'Lo, Mississippi, 7/26/87, 3B
    • World War II's 'fighten-est town' remembers, 5/29/89, 1A; 7/4/92, 1B; 10/26/92, 1A
  • D-B Horseback Country and River Rides
    • In Woolmarket
      • Weekend getaway, 2/18/93, 3E
  • D-Day anniversary
    • A look back, 6/5/94-
    • Sonny Montgomery will head official House delegation, 5/28/94, 3B
  • D.A.R.T.
    • Jackson police special unit, 10/12/92, 3B; 10/27/92, 1A
  • Dabbs, Debbye SEE Take Five, A Cookbook
  • Dabbs, Dutch
    • Brandon CPA to run for Montgomery's congressional seat, 6/18/93, 4B
    • Seeks Republican nomination for 3rd Congressional District, 9/19/93, 3G
  • Dabbs, Karen
    • Mississippi Presidential Scholar to meet Clinton, 5/28/93, 1B
  • Dabit, Elias
    • Low-profile Jackson entrepreneur builds chain of men's stores, 6/13/93, 1B
  • Dabney, Moses SEE Wilson, Eddie O
  • Dad, the Family Shepherd
    • Seminar on Christian fathering, 1/11/92, 1D
  • Dahmer, Jeffrey
    • Concerened neighbor is Carthage native Glenda Cleveland, 8/11/91, 1A
    • His Milwaukee victims include one-time Rust College student, 7/26/91, 1A
    • Would-be victim Edwards had lived in Tupelo, 8/4/91, 1A; 8/8/91, 1A; 8/9/91, 7A
  • Dahmer, Vernon
    • 1966 Klan slaying to get another look, 5/28/91, 1A
    • CBS program 'Eye to Eye' investigates case, 5/12/94, 3B
    • Civil rights leaders seek funding for investigation, 3/24/94, 1B
    • Dahmer family's ironic mixed heritage, 12/18/94, 1G
    • FBI refusing to turn over papers, family members say, 12/17/94, 1A
    • Forest County investigator Michael Callahan on case, 4/25/94, 1B
    • His slaying 25 years ago recalled as civil rights landmark, 1/10/91, 4B
    • House OKs funds for murder probe, 3/9/94, 1B
    • Lone 'not guilty' vote freed Sam Bowers
      • Oral verdict had been 'guilty', 12/18/94, 1A
    • Missing trial transcripts will impede new trial, 8/17/91, 3B
    • Move to retry Sam Bowers in slaying gains momentum, 3/7/94, 1A
    • NAACP votes to ask reopening of 1966 slaying, 8/18/91, 2B
    • NAACP wants his 1966 slaying case reopened, 8/12/91, 1B
    • Rev. Joseph Lowery calls for new probe, 3/14/94, 1A
  • Dahomey Plantation
    • Nature Conservancy buys land as wildlife preserve, 4/21/90, 1A
  • Daily Bread
    • Sue Mihal, owner
      • How's business?, 3/9/93, 6B
  • Daily Mississippian
    • Appointment vs. election of newspaper editor, 2/13/90, 5B; 2/15/90, 5B
    • Committee will pick editor, 3/7/90, 1B
    • Ole Miss paper names 1st black editor, 4/26/90, 1B
  • Daily Points of Light SEE Points of Light
  • Daily, Carol
    • Everyday Gourmet
      • Business profile, 6/19/89, 4E
  • Dairy farming
    • Downturn in milk prices may be devastating to state dairies, 3/3/91, 1G
    • Farmers contribute to economy, 6/12/88, 1G
    • Farmers want change in federal programs, 4/8/86, 8B
    • Hazlehurst farmer Jay McCardle, 3/15/94, 1D
    • State loses 175 herds in buyout program, 12/5/86, 8B
  • Dairy Fresh Co
    • Fined another $725,000, 6/19/93, 3B
    • Greeville milk company charged in bid-rigging, 4/9/93, 1B
  • Dairy Research Centers
    • Mississippi State University, 3/21/87, 1B
  • Dale, George
    • Accepted $50,000+ in contributions in 1993, 2/19/94, 6B
    • Barbecue to raise money for legal fees, 4/10/94, 1B
    • Deal: lesser sentences for executives for evidence on Dale, 8/6/94, 1B
    • Defends campaign contributions from Blue Cross employees, 12/3/92, 3B; 12/5/92, 5B
    • Frustrated with no control over rates, 1/4/86, 8B
    • Garage sale to raise funds for legal fees, 10/2/94, 1A
    • Grand jury probe: witnesses called, 8/25/94, 1B
    • Grand jury subpoenas Dale's attorney, 1984 letter, 9/20/94, 1A
    • Incumbent touts record as insurance commissioner, 8/29/91, 1B
  • DALE, GEORGE
    • INDICTED ON 2 CHARGES BY FEDERAL GRAND JURY, 1/13/94, 1A, 9A; 1/14/94, 1A; 1/23/94, 3G
  • Dale, George
    • Indictment: $5000 raised for legal bills, 1/30/94, 4B
    • Industry contributes to Commissioner Dale's campaign, 6/11/90, 1A, 7A
    • Insurance industry contributes to his campaign, 6/11/90, 1A, 7A
    • Judge dismisses federal charges; grand jury is next, 8/20/94, 1A
    • Mail fraud counts dismissed, 5/19/94, 1B
    • Rural fire districts, 10/31/86, 1B
    • Says FBI's continued investigations borders on harrassment, 6/25/94, 1B
    • Sued by Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi, 2/12/94, 6B
    • Took campaign gift from Andrew Jackson executive John Bethany, 2/12/92, 5B
    • U.S. Attorney going too far in investigation, 9/11/94, 3H (Minor column)
    • Wins 4th term, Insurance Commissioner, 6/6/87, 8B
  • Dale, George SEE ALSO Andrew Jackson Life Insurance Cos
  • Dale, George SEE ALSO Insurance Commission
  • DaLee, Eldridge
    • Tapes interviews with well-known Mississippians, 4/18/92, 4B
  • Dalkon Shield
    • Litigants hope end is in sight, 11/13/89, 1B
  • Dallas Contest
    • Barbara Jackson wins, 9/26/86, 1C
  • Dallas Printing
    • Sold to Champion Industries, a West Virginia firm, 9/23/93, 5B
  • Dallas, Bryce
    • Karate expert's vigilante attacks against Crystal Springs man, 12/4/91, 1B
  • Dallas, Bryce F.
    • Counterfeit charges, 3/27/87, 2B
  • Dalvit, Lewis
    • Conductor resigns, 3/4/86, 1A
  • Damn Yankees
    • Presented by Kessler, Ltd. at Municipal Auditorium, review 12/6/90, 16A; 12/5/90, 1D
  • Dams
    • Mississippi
      • Corps watching leak in Sardis Dam, 9/8/88, 3B
      • Sardis Dam gets a checkup, 9/21/88, 1A
  • Dana Corp
    • Corinth pump manufacturer to close, 9/25/94, 5B
  • Dana, Tom and Sue Ann
    • Lumberton couple farms organically, 7/14/92, 1D
  • Dancing
    • In churches as part of worship, 9/9/89, 1D
    • Old dances reincarnated under new names, 5/28/89, 1E
  • Dancing SEE ALSO Country dancing
  • Dandridge, Thomas
    • Named interim director of UMC, 8/17/91, 3B
  • Danforth (house) SEE Andrew Jackson Life Insurance Cos
  • Daniel, Margaret Truman
    • Speaks at library lecture in Tupelo, 4/16/93, 3B
  • Daniels, Dennis SEE Army National Guard
  • Daniels, O.J.
    • Charged in embezzlement, 6/30/90, 1B
    • Ex-Clarion-Ledger controller is charged, 4/13/90, 1A
    • Ex-controller for Clarion-Ledger says he inflated ad revenues, 3/23/90, 1A
    • Pleads guilty to embezzling, 4/9/91, 3B
  • Danks, Dale
    • 1985-87 Jackson spending, 7/23/87; 8/19/87, 1BA
    • Amends campaign expense report, 7/23/87, 1B
    • Asks for support of school plan, 7/8/86, 1A
    • Bows out as mayor with tribute to City Council, 6/28/89, 1A
    • Called "soft" on youth gangs, 1B
    • Campaign 1987, 10/10/87, 1B
    • Cleans out momentos from City Hall, 7/2/89, 1A
    • Compared to Bilbo by black citizens group
      • 2/12/89, 6B
    • Conversation with Candidates, 6/26/87, 1B
    • Council to vote on nominees, 7/3/85, 1A,7/23/85, 6/29/85, 1B
    • Critics says he's "crisis manager," 6/13/88, 1A
    • Danks the mayor becomes Danks the lawyer, 7/3/89, 1B
    • Defends study report on gangs, CL 5/21/87 p. 1B
    • Ex-mayor shares downtown office with Shirley and Black, 7/12/89, 3B
    • Ex-mayor's savvy popular with city employee clients, 8/5/91, 1A
    • Finances double, 8/19/87, 1B
    • Forms law firm with Washington, D.C. connections, 9/27/89, 5B
    • Has campaign surplus, 8/8/85, 1B
    • Hires Washington campaign consultant, 3/22/89, 1B
    • Income tax returns, 8/13/87, 1B
    • Interesting side of being mayor, 1B; 1/23/89
    • Judge allows Danks to serve as city employee's lawyer, 10/10/90, 5B
    • Kicks off campaign, 1B; 1/18/89
    • Library legal advice job will up his retirement benefits, 9/3/92, 1A; 9/6/92, 3B
    • May run for Attorney General, 4/1/87, 3B
    • Mayor calls HUD report a witchhunt, 3/4/89, 1A
    • Mayor/City Council relationship tested, 7/30/85, 1B
    • No longer mayor, jumps into 'more predictable' life, 7/1/90, 1B
    • Opens campaign office, 3/5/89, 1B
    • Plans to run again, 1A; 1/13/89
    • Policemen ordered to work in television commercial, 2/19/89, 1B
    • Relationship with City Council, 4/2/89, 1H
    • Requests apology from 'Natchez Democrat', 8/21/87, 3B
    • Returns to job as Mayor of Jackson, 8/27/87, 1A
    • Says 'not likely' to seek public office again, 5/18/89, 1A
    • Says Moore being childish, 8/14/87, 1B
    • Seeking $75,000 to study regional trash incinerator, 12/12/88, 1A
    • Seeks state law to make parents liable for kids' actions, 12/6/88, 3B
    • Sent child to private school, 4/10/89, 1B
    • Stops rehiring retired city pensioners, 6/3/88, 2E
    • Supporters accused of dumping : flood plain, 6/23/87, 1B
    • To run for Attorney General, 4/30/87, 1B
    • To run for mayor of Jackson in 1993, 9/26/92, 1A; 9/29/92, 1A
    • TV ads, Mike Moore's long hair, 8/20/87, 1A
  • Danny's (Topless bar) SEE Topless bars, Jackson
  • Dantin, Maurice
    • Campaign '87, 7/28/87, 1A
    • Conversation with the Candidates, 6/16/87, 1B
    • To run for Governor, 4/22/87, 1A
  • Danzy, Theo
    • Resigns Alcorn coaching job, 11/27/90, 1A
  • DAR SEE Daughters of the American Revolution
  • DARE SEE Drug Abuse Resistance Education
  • Darling, John
    • MSU provost considered for Murray State presidency, 12/4/89, 3B
  • Darlove community SEE Flooding---Darlove
  • Darnall, Jack
    • Jackson architect and furniture designer, 4/21/94, 1E
  • Darnell, Michael
    • Terry teenager killed in wreck; not found for 6 hours, 1/9/94, 2B
  • Darts (Game), 12/20/88, 1C
  • Dash Rip Rock, with the Bluerunners
    • At Hal & Mal's, 8/19/93, 7E
  • Data book
    • Mississippi, 11/17/86,1A
  • Data shredding
    • Only firm in Jackson to offer shredding service, 10/11/88, 8B
  • Date rape SEE Rape
  • Dating
    • Dating in the AIDS era, 4/25/93, 1E
    • Getting back into dating game, 2/14/90, 1D
    • Looking for love in the 1980's, 8/10/89, 1E
    • Video dating, 2/11/87, 1D
    • Worst date in history, 7/16/91, 1D
  • Dating coach
    • Rick Chambers of Dallas, 3/12/86, 1C
  • Daughdrill, Tommy
    • Bannock held at Elliville State School, 8/27/93, 1B
    • Bannock incompetent to stand trial, judge rules, 4/27/93, 2B
    • Bannock recaptured after escape from Ellisville facility, 4/8/94, 2B
    • His widow: state 'failed in every way' to protect him, 8/29/92, 1A; 9/8/92, 1A
    • Memorial planned, 8/23/93, 1B; 8/27/93, 1B
    • Pike County investigator killed by 15-year old Frank Bannock, 8/27/92, 1B
    • Slain investigator eulogized, 8/28/92, 3B
  • Daughters of the American Revolution
    • Dot Ward, 2/24/87, 1C
    • Schlafly speaks, 2/24/93, 3B
    • Schlafly speech, 2/21/87, 1B
  • Daughters of the Confederacy, 11/9/86, 1E
  • Davenport, Charles SEE Police chiefs, Vicksburg
  • Davenport, Latoya
    • 16-year-old Vicksburg girl has baby; drops it outside room, 8/17/93, 1B
  • Davey, Paul and Debrynda
    • Nationally honored for work with sexually abused children, 2/8/93, 1B
  • David & the Giants
    • Contemporary Christian music band, 12/10/88, 1C
  • David and the Giants
    • Hit song due to mislabeled CD, 1/12/90, 1E
  • David Glass and Mirror
    • Sidney Davis, owner
      • Business profile, 1/8/90, 9F
  • Davidovici, Robert SEE Symphony
  • Davidson & Jordon
    • Corinth company honored by Connecticut Mutual, 5/6/92, 5B
  • Davidson Marble and Granite Works
    • J.C. Davidson owner
      • Business profile, 4/23/90, 5F
  • Davidson, Ezra
    • Advocates fewer lawsuits through better prenatal care, 4/6/91, 3B
  • Davidson, J.S. 'Skipper'
    • Davidson Marble and Granite Works
      • Business profile, 4/23/90, 5F
  • Davidson, Jim
    • Publishes 'You Can Be the Best', 8/8/92, 1D
  • Davidson, R.B. SEE Senter, Stuart
  • Davis Crossing Road
    • Madison County roads closed for bridge repair, 11/14/92, 4B
  • Davis Magnet School
    • Featured on PBS documentary, 9/7/90, 4B
    • Homecoming bringing back illustrious alumni, 4/19/91, 1E; 4/21/91, 1B
    • Singers accompany Paul Ott to promote forestry, 4/3/90, 4B
    • Whole-language structured classroom, 1/22/91, 4B
  • Davis Planetarium
    • African Skies show explores myths of Dark Continent, 2/26/90, 1E
    • After-School Science and Technology Program, 9/21/94, 4B
    • Alien Who Stole Christmas presented, 11/22/94, 1D
    • Backyard Astronomy class, 7/15/94, 1E; 11/6/94, 1E
    • Backyard Astronomy course, 7/22/92, 1D
    • Director seeks student fee charge, 1/24/90, 5B
    • Exhibit 'The Case of the Disappearing Dinosaurs', 10/1/91, 1D
    • Explores theories about Christmas Star, 12/5/87, 1C; 12/7/87, 3B
    • Firefall and The Eruption of Mt. St. Helens productions, 9/13/93, 1D
    • Fresh Aire Christmas, laser show, 12/16/92, 1D
    • History of telescope: new show, 9/30/88, 1C
    • Islands in the Sky, Lasermania, 4/20/87, 1D
    • Larry Cat in Space, 3/29/93, 1D
    • Laser show, 2/19/86, 1D
    • Laser Visions rock shoe, 1/21/93, 3E
    • Lasermania show lights up summer, 6/7/90, 14E; 7/24/90, 1D
    • Latest production, The Voyager Encounters, 4/9/90, 1D
    • Latest show is 'The Light-Hearted Astronomer', 3/7/91, 1D
    • Mankind and Life Beyond Earth shows, 6/2/89, 1D
    • Mathematics program with Jackson Academy students, 1/19/93, 4B
    • More Than Meets the Eye (light show), 6/2/94, 1D
    • New production 'Child of the Universe', 1/8/91, 1D
    • New production 'Daytime Star', 6/14/91, 1E
    • New system, 9/30/86, 1C
    • Organizers:96 hour mission a success, 7/25/88, 1A
    • Our Home in the Milky Way, 6/17/93, 1D
    • Participates in making of exploration film 'Voyages', 3/20/91, 5B; 3/21/91, 5B
    • Puts its best snowshoe forward for a heart-warming production, 12/6/88, 1C
    • Secret of the Cardboard Rocket: new show, 9/14/94, 1D
    • Seeing the red planet at Davis Planetarium, 1C; 1/31/89
    • Show on the 'Artic Lights' (aurora borealis), 10/5/90, 1E
    • Shows 3 Christmas films to record crowds, 12/14/89, 1D
    • Student Space Station 1990, 4/27/90, 4B
    • Student Space Station gives a taste of space, 8/9/90, 1B
    • Student Space Station Missions for 1992, 5/29/92, 5B
    • Student Space Station to launch 3 missions, 4/11/89, 3B
    • Summer perfect time to discover Planetarium
      • Weekend getaway, 5/28/92, 3E
    • Voyages, a 30-minute film; fund drive started in Jackson, 5/5/92, 6B
    • Who Killed the dinosaurs?, 2/6/88, 1A
    • Workers ready student space station, 5/18/88, 1B
    • Worlds of Wonder is new show, 2/27/92, 3E; 3/12/92, 1D
  • Davis Road Park
    • Byram group will cooperate with YMCA in running of park, 3/7/90, 5B
  • Davis School SEE Davis Magnet School
  • Davis Seed and Feed
    • Closing, 10/14/87, 1C
  • Davis, Barb
    • State PTA president now at Parents for Public Schools, 6/24/94, 4B
  • Davis, Brian SEE Bone marrow transplants
  • Davis, Cecil Kip
    • State trooper is apparent suicide, 6/1/92, 1B
  • Davis, Chalmers
    • Muscle turns him into star, 1/22/88, 1C
  • Davis, Charles
    • Brother turned GED graduate's life around, 5/18/90, 5B
    • Jackson lawyer killed when his plane crashes in Arkansas, 8/7/92, 1B
    • Markers for African Brigade at Vicksburg National Military Park, 10/17/89, 1D
  • Davis, Clifton
    • Gospel singer to appear in Jackson, 10/19/90, 1E
    • His sex-bias suit against Yazoo County welfare agency re-evaluated, 11/27/91, 3B
  • Davis, Craig Douglas SEE Missing persons, Jackson
  • Davis, Cynthia
    • Aberdeen social worker slain; sister arrested, 4/24/93, 3B
  • Davis, David and Ann SEE Davis, Rebecca
  • Davis, Debbie
    • Mississippi has the rock that makes her roll, 8/26/88, 1D
  • Davis, Deborah Ann SEE Crack cocaine
  • Davis, Donna
    • Pearl artist, 4/29/86, 1C
    • West Point teacher's membership on Board of Education is costly, 3/28/92, 1B
  • Davis, Donna Powell
    • Named to state Board of Education by Mabus, 5/10/91, 3B
  • Davis, E.O. SEE Davis, Pamela
  • Davis, Fred
    • Promoted JPS's second deputy superintendent, 7/30/94, 1B
  • Davis, Gillian
    • Hired as principal of Ballet Mississippi, resigns 3/25/92, 1D; 9/25/89, 1D
  • Davis, Greg SEE Elections---1991
  • Davis, Gregory
    • All-white jury, 1/13/88, 3B
    • Arrested as serial killer, 4/29/87, 1A
    • Choosing jury, 1/11/88; 1/12/88, 1B
    • Davis faints, 1/16/88, 1A
    • Death sentence, 1/23/88, 1A
    • Denied appeal by state Supreme Court, 7/27/89, 3B
    • Doctor urges brain surgery, 1/20/88, 11A
    • Guilty verdict, 1/22/88, 1A
    • Judge stays execution on appeal, 1/27/88, 2B
    • Judge to review trial on race issue, 3/15/88, 4B
    • Juror wants execution soon, 2/3/88, 1A
    • Maintains innocence in note, 1/26/88, 4B
    • May have tumor, 1/19/88, 1A
    • Medical tests for Davis, 1/17/88, 1B
    • MS Supreme Court hears appeal in all-white jury conviction, 5/23/89, 3B; 5/24/89, 4B
    • Neighbors pleased with sentence, 1/24/88, 1A
    • Officer says didn't get lawyer, 12/22/87, 1B
    • Psychologist says Davis' behavior evolved, 1/21/88, 1A
    • Supreme Court sets November 7th execution date, 9/13/90, 1B
    • Trial, 1/14/88; 1/15/88, 1B, 1A
    • Trial may move to Hattiesburg, 11/17/87, 1A
    • Trial postponed for medical tests, 1/18/88, 1B
    • U.S. Supreme Court won't hear appeal, 4/3/90, 1B
    • Wins reprieve to pursue appeal, 10/25/90, 3B
    • Wins stay of execution, 11/29/90, 5B
  • Davis, Gregory SEE ALSO Serial killer
  • Davis, Harper
    • Millsaps coach retires after this year, 8/27/88, 1D
  • Davis, Howard SEE Plea bargaining
  • Davis, Hugh
    • Chorus director at St.Joseph Junior High School, 8/22/92, 1D
  • Davis, Hugh SEE St. Joseph High Junior School
  • Davis, Jefferson
    • Brother, 1/12/87, 1A
    • Civil War correspondence donated to Archives, 10/29/89, 1A
    • Funeral carriage restored at Beauvoir, 7/5/89, 3B
    • Letters donated to Archives and History library, 9/22/94, 2B
  • Davis, Jefferson SEE ALSO Fort Davis National Historic Site
  • Davis, John
    • Science teacher at St.Andrew's Middle School, 2/12/91, 4B
  • Davis, John Michael
    • Pleads guilty in shooting Deputy Bubba Comans, 4/3/92, 3B
  • Davis, Kenneth Leon SEE Biggert, Bobby
  • Davis, Ossie
    • Spends 'An Evening' at JSU, 3/2/90, 1E
  • Davis, Pamela
    • Brandon woman on trial for slaying of husband Edward Davis, 5/5/93, 4B; 11/11/93, 4B
    • Found guilty of killing her husband, 11/12/93, 4B
    • Given 20-year sentence in slaying of husband, 12/11/93, 4B
  • Davis, Phil
    • Candidate for U.S.House: Jobs priority, 2/18/88, 1B
  • Davis, Ray
    • Mail fraud, 3/13/87, 1A
  • Davis, Rebecca
    • Her parents and Rev. Vaden admit negligence in her death, 5/24/94, 1A
    • Parents and pastor indicted in death of Monroe County girl, 12/26/91, 2B
  • Davis, Ronnie
    • Owner Inside Story
      • Business profile, 8/13/90, 4E
  • Davis, Ronnie Frank
    • Ex-postal worker blames drugs for his mail robbery, 11/28/90, 2B
  • Davis, Roosevelt SEE Hinds County Penal Farm
  • Davis, Russell
    • City Council OKs swimming pool named in his honor, 11/3/93, 4B
    • Ex-mayor, 3/1/87, 1I
    • Ex-mayor urges communication, cooperation between races, 7/12/89, 4B
    • Ex-mayor works for understanding between blacks and whites, 9/23/90, 3H
    • Former mayor dies of cancer, funeral services 10/20/93, 1A; 10/17/93, 1A, 1B
    • Keeps sharp eye focused on Jackson, 1/10/93, 1E
    • Made diFference for city's blacks and whites, 10/24/93, 3G (Minor column)
    • Tree planted at City Hall in his honor, 3/15/94, 5B
  • Davis, Steve L
    • Supreme Court upholds his damage award, 7/23/92, 4B
  • Davis, Terrence SEE One Cause One Effect
  • Davis, Tommy
    • Douses himself with gasoline; threatens to ignite, 9/9/93, 1A
  • Davis, Tommy Curtis SEE Police standoff
  • Davis, Toni SEE Spousal rape, Marion County
  • Davis, Tony
    • Jackson firefighter's controversy over front-line duty, 10/17/94, 1A
  • Davis, W. Houston
    • Composer of state song dies, 11/20/87, 2B
  • Davis, Worrell SEE Oakley Training School
  • Davis, Yolanda SEE Rodgers, William
  • Davison Rest Home
    • Laurel nursing home could lose Mediciad funds, 2/21/92, 2B
  • Dawson, Bess
    • McComb art teacher in show with former students, 4/7/91, 1F
  • Dawson, Jim
    • Retiree returns to Whynot; is writing history of town, 4/9/90, 1D
  • Day America Told the Truth
    • Book on lies Americans tell, 4/29/91, 1A
  • Day Business Scholarship
    • Jackson Prep senior Laura Koon is winner, 5/24/93, 3B
  • Day camps
    • Jackson
      • YMCA counselor can be liable for death, 1/12/89; 2B
    • Mississippi
      • Sign up for the summer (sampling directory), 5/18/92, 1D
  • Day care SEE Child care
  • Day care syndrome
    • The 'bug' goes around among babies, 9/11/91, 1D
  • Day Detectives, 4/26/87, 1A
    • Ralph Day, CEO
      • How's business, 7/28/92, 6B
  • Day in the Country SEE Chapel of the Cross
  • Day in the Life of America, A
    • Mississippi sites photographed, 5/2/86, 1A
  • Day lilies
    • Ada Conerly has blooming obsession, 6/21/93, 1D
  • Day, Bill
    • Meridian deejay works for NBC at Olympics in Korea, 10/11/88, 1C
  • Day, Eagle
    • Tackles motor vehicle job with gusto, 5/15/88, 1G
  • Day, Laura SEE Traffic accidents
  • Daycare SEE Child care centers
  • Daylight robberies SEE Robbery, Jackson
  • Daylight savings time
    • Clock collector Billy Fortenberry, 4/3/92, 1E
    • Early darkness got you down? Get involved, 11/1/92, 1E
    • Fall back and reset clocks, VCR, etc., 10/30/93, 4B
    • Increased daylight means more accidents for kids, 4/3/92, 1E
  • Days Inn of America
    • Model for hiring of the elderly, 1/19/92, 1C
  • De Chiaro, Giovanni SEE Symphony Orchestra---Guests are...
  • De Chiaro, John
    • Guitarist commissioned by Stennis Space Center, 2/21/89, 1C
    • USM professor plays guitar for Pope John Paul II, 9/11/94, 1A
  • Deadbeat parents SEE Child support
  • Deaf
    • BellSouth begins interpreter service, 2/26/91, 6B
    • Children of deaf parents, 1/26/87, 1C
    • Deaf patient files lawsuit against Whitfield, 7/1/89, 1B
    • Magnolia Speech School puts words in their mouths, 9/21/94, 1D
    • Miss America 1994 is inspiration to Ashley McHann, 9/23/94, 1A
    • Newly formed improvement panel sets counseling for deat students, 1B; 1/5/89
    • Social Security workers, 1A; 1/2/89
    • TDDs put deaf in touch with police, 7/6/92, 3B
    • Telecommunication Device for the Deaf, 12/30/91, 1B
    • USM program to mainstream hearing-impaired, 2/13/90, 4B
  • Deaf Awareness Week
    • At Madison Station Elementary School, 10/1/92, 1B
    • At Mississippi School for the Deaf, 9/29/92, 4B
  • Deaf Education program
    • Hinds Junior College, 10/16/86, 1A
  • Deaf mute
    • Sentence suspended, 3/18/87, 1B
  • Dean, James
    • American Legion head, 10/4/86, 1B
  • Dean, Ralph SEE Murder---Mize
  • Dear Liar
    • Review, 11/7/86, 1C
  • Death penalty
    • Argued for schizophrenic James Billiot, 10/5/94, 3B
    • Congress to study race question, 6/4/87, 1B
    • Date set for John B. Nixon, Sr., 11/26/87, 3B
    • Dates set for 1st execution under lethal injection law, 8/3/89, 3B
    • Editorial, 1/17/87, 8A; 4/24/87, 1A; 5/21/87, 14A
    • Foes of kept off juries, 5/7/86, 1B
    • Gubernatorial candidates views, 7/27/87, 1B
    • Gubernatorial candidates' views, 7/27/87, 1B
    • Jimmy Lee Gray witnesses, 5/18/87, 1A
    • Majority of Americans favor it, but institutions don't use it, 6/25/89, 1H
    • New York lawyers keep state death row inmates alive, 1/14/90, 2H
    • On hold in state pending James Stringer's appeal, 5/14/91, 1B
    • Opposed by priests group, 7/4/87, 1A
    • Parchman schedules execution, 4/14/87,
    • Pro/con on capital punishment
      • Letters to the editor, 8/24/94, 9A
    • Protested at Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association meeting, 10/31/93, 4B
    • Racial makeup, 10/1/87, 3B
    • Report says it is a flawed system in the South, 6/4/90, 1A
    • State high court sets date for Kevin Lewis execution, 11/23/89, 2B
    • States plan for lethal injections unresolved, 3/16/86, 1H
    • Stringer gets closer to gas chamber, 12/24/88, 1B
    • Texans face execution on charges they killed government witness, 8/26/89, 1B
    • U.S. Supreme Court upholds Turner's death sentence rejection, 4/30/91, 3B
    • U.S.Supreme Court decision may expadite death row executions, 4/17/91, 1A
  • Death rate SEE Mortality rate
  • Death row
    • Legal help, 10/18/87, 1A
  • Death row inmates
    • 3 to be resentenced, 10/8/93, 2B
    • Cole loses U.S. Supreme Court appeal, 6/8/93, 3B
    • Court must restudy for Gregory Jones, 7/1/88, 3B
    • Court ruling may result in many resentencing hearings, 7/23/92, 1B; 12/14/92, 1B
    • Court sets murderer's execution date for Woodard, 10/6/88, 3B
    • Court stays execution, 10/26/88, 1B
    • Culbertson loses last appeal for new sentence, 12/11/92, 3B
    • Death sentence reversed for Lanier, 11/3/88, 1B
    • Edward Earl Johnson, 3/31/87, 1A; 4/1/87, 1B
    • Execution date set for convicted murderer Edwards, 9/22/88, 3B
    • Execution date set: Leo E. Edwards, Jr, 9/22/88, 3B
    • Execution dates set for two, 10/29/87, 3B
    • Faulty jury instructions; 17 may get new hearings, 8/28/92, 1B; 11/29/92, 1A
    • Hunger strike demanding VCRs, daily showers, etc., 7/2/91, 1B; 7/3/91, 3B
    • Hunger strike for VCRs ends, warden says, 7/6/91, 3B
    • List, 5/20/87, 3A
    • Mississippi, 4/26/87, 1A
    • Mississippi Capital Defense Resource Center offers legal aid, 6/25/89, 1B
    • Parchman inmates hold fast to protest conditions, 1/23/93, 3B
    • Prison prepares media for execution, 10/18/88, 3B
    • Resentencing of Geo. David Tokman, 5/7/88, 1B
    • Ruling on execution of retarded won't affect state's inmates, 6/28/89, 3B
    • Sentence overturned for Samuel Johnson, 6/14/88, 1B
    • Six on death row may be executed by end of year, 7/7/91, 4B
    • Supreme Court to determine Edward's fate, 10/25/88, 1A
    • U.S.Supreme Court decision may expadite death row executions, 4/17/91, 1A
    • Victims' families dread new hearings, 9/6/92, 1A, 3B; 9/16/92, 1B
  • Death threats
    • Judge Pat Wise, 3 others threatened over confiscated house, 5/26/92, 1A; 5/27/92, 1A
    • Recent events call for safety measures, Judge Wise says, 5/28/92, 5B
  • Deaths
    • Mississippi's top 10 killers
      • Homicide is #7, 9/11/94, 1A
    • Videos about death, 1/27/87, 1A
    • Videos restriction, 2/11/87, 2B; 2/24/87, 3B
    • When a baby dies; 'normal' way to mourn, 12/10/89, 1C
    • When kids die how does a parent cope?, 7/26/92, 1E
  • Debates
    • Gubernatorial, Attorney General candidates, 8/12/87, 1A
    • High school debate program in Mississippi, 12/8/89, 4B
    • State finalists compete in National Forensic League competition, 6/11/91, 4B; 6/25/91, 4B
  • Deberry, Roy
    • Named Hinds County administrator, 9/15/92, 1B
  • DeBerry, Roy
    • Wants to hire PR person for county, 4/9/93, 1B
  • Debit cards
    • Paying with plastic gets easier and faster, 5/7/92, 5B
  • Debt, Mississippi
    • Fordice aide disputes Bill Minor's claims, 6/29/93, 3B
    • Fordice notwithstanding, state has no runaway bonded debt, 6/27/93, 3G (Minor)
  • Debutantes for Christ
    • At College Hill Baptist Church, 4/22/91, 1
  • Decades (years)
    • What do you call the decade 2000-2009?, 8/18/92, 1D
  • Decatur, Mississippi, 12/13/87, 5B
  • DECD, 3/8/87, 1G
    • Advertising program threatened by budget cuts, 12/6/89, 6B
    • Budget cuts threaten its tourism and marketing fuctions, 3/21/92, 6B
    • Changes continue at DED, 7/23/89, 1G
    • Chief asks for $4.3M budget increase, 9/21/89, 6B
    • Cleans up, throws out 3 tons of paper, 11/24/88, 8B
    • Completes internal jobs review, 11/11/88, 8B
    • Cut in agency funds would devastate state development programs, 1/25/91, 6B
    • Cuts will not include workers, 4/3/91, 5B
    • Drops Key Community program, 1/16/90, 6B
    • Ex-workers win $390,000 age-bias suit, 7/4/92, 1B
    • Fired employee sues to get job back, 4/3/92, 2B; 11/19/88, 4B
    • Fordice names Heidel to succeed Holladay, 11/12/91, 1A; 11/24/91, 1C
    • Former workers sue over lost jobs, 5/3/89, 8B
    • Holladay salary suppllement sets precedent, 7/24/88, 1H
    • Holladay says DED can't do it alone, 11/4/88, 10B
    • Horhn named tourism head, 1/5/89; 8B
    • Horhn, Gray and Jenkins dismissed by Heidel, 3/20/92, 1A
    • Key officials among 29 on layoff list, 11/19/88, 4B
    • Mabus looking for new DED chief, 6/1/88, 8B
    • McDonald quits for new director, 1/5/88, 8B
    • Mississippi Business Finance Corporation, 8/15/92, 4B
    • More time needed to allocate Major Economic Authority grants, 8/2/91, 3B
    • New chief salary of $110,000, 7/12/88, 1A
    • Panel OKs Mabus revamp plan, 3/10/88, 8B
    • PEER: agency could be merged, 1/5/88, 8B
    • Picture book 'Mississippi: The State', 2/6/92, 4B
    • Reorganization chart for DED, 10/27/88, 8B
    • Seeks $4M advertising budget for 1990, 8/17/89, 6B
    • Selling state in Taiwan, 3/15/89, 8B
    • Senate bill would allow its records kept secret, 2/7/90, 1B
    • Senate OKs merger plan, 3/18/88, 1A
    • Shakes up staff, merges with R&D, 10/27/88, 1A
    • Wins several advertising awards, saves taxpayers money, 2/10/91, 3G
    • Wish list for 1995 legislative session, 11/30/94, 5B
  • DECD SEE ALSO Heidel, Jimmy; SEE ALSO Holladay, J. Mac
  • DeCell, Herman
    • Dies at 62, 11/3/86, 1A
    • Former Mississippian, 9/14/86, 3H
  • DED SEE Department of Economic Development
  • Deddens, Cherry SEE Christmas trees
  • Deen, Robert
    • Photographer, 10/7/86, 1D
  • Deep South Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.
    • McComb company reorganizing in bankruptcy, 11/9/88, 10B
  • Deer
    • Highway accidents increase as deer flee high water, 1/10/91, 3B
  • Deer Creek
    • Delta water basin to get flood control study, 9/30/92, 5B
  • Deer hunting
    • Changes proposed in road-hunting law; dogs, 3/6/88, 12D
    • Deadliest sport, 11/8/87, 16D
    • Decoy deers used to catch poachers, 1/21/94, 1A
    • Fatalities, 12/21/86, 14D
    • Hunters clash as state prepares to set season laws, 1A; 1/15/89
    • Hunters favor hunting without dogs, 1/8/89; 10D
    • Louisianians encroaching in state, 11/22/87, 1A
    • Mississippi
      • Research done on poachers, 12/25/88, 10D
    • Muzzleload trip worth more than 2 bucks, 12/18/88, 14D
    • Outlook better than expected, 11/13/88, 16D
    • Pearl man gets 4 bucks from one tree, 1/8/89; 10D
    • Spotlighting, 12/6/84, 1A
    • Statistics on kills, 9/28/86, 16D
    • Strange white-tail season, 1/22/89; 12D
  • Deer Island
    • Artifacts, 4/11/87, 1A
    • Developer hopes to build on Island, 2/1/89; 4B
  • Deer, Wendell
    • Loses post on Public Service Commission, 9/18/90, 1A; 9/19/90, 6B
    • Senator Crook recommends Deer's rehiring for PSC, 10/9/90, 1B
  • Dees, Mike
    • Leland police chief cleared of assault charges, 5/15/92, 3B
  • Dees, Tony SEE Olympics, 1992
  • Def Leppard
    • At Mississippi Colesium in Jackson, 9/9/93, 9E
  • Defense cutbacks
    • Budget requirements force personnel cuts at Keesler AFB, 3/1/94, 1B
    • Cold War thaw threatens Ingalls contracts, 12/4/89, 1B
    • Pentagon lists Mississippi National Guard units affected by cuts, 3/1/94, 3B
    • State's losses due to cuts could be $727 million by 1997, 1/13/92, 1A
  • Defensive Action
    • Paul Hill's anti-abortion group in local protests, 8/4/94, 1A; 8/5/94, 1B
  • Deficit reduction SEE Gramm/Rudman Act; SEE Budget---United Statesd
  • DeFoe, Laurie
    • Wins house in Miss 103 promotion, 7/25/95, 4B; 8/15/94, 1A
  • Defoe, Laurie SEE MISS 103
  • Degas, Edgar SEE Museum of Art
  • DeJean Packing Co., 9/16/86, 8B
  • DeJulio, Beverly
    • Ms. Fixit visits Jackson, 4/20/93, 1D
  • Dekalb, Mississippi
    • Loses only traffic lights, 1/11/94, 3N
  • Delaski, Joey
    • St.Joseph senior wants to attend Naval Academy, 9/14/90, 4B
  • DeLaurier, Peter
    • Leaves New Stage, 7/23/86, 1C
  • Delaware
    • Incorporation laws, 2/22/87, 3G
  • Dell, Dorothy
    • Senatobia nurse practitioner pleads guilty to Medicaid fraud, 6/15/94, 3B
  • Deloach, Gerald
    • Artist draws inspiration and sustenance from Delta, 5/14/90, 1D
    • Bayou series exhibit at Bryant Galleries, 11/18/90, 1F
  • Delta
    • $2 million approved to create study Commission, 7/30/88, 3B
    • 50th anniversary of 1st mechanical cottonpicker
      • Innovation in the Delta, 10/1/94, 6B
    • Bayous: draining land, 10/26/87, 1A
    • Children are mired in apathy, 5/13/90, 1B
    • Commission report had price tag of $2.4 Million, 5/13/90, 1A
    • Conference unites states against poverty, 10/25/88, 1A
    • Curfew being widely used by Delta towns, 8/20/90, 1A
    • Delta panel plying Capitol Hill for rescue money, 5/20/90, 4B
    • Designated empowerment zone; $40 Million in funds forthcoming, 12/21/94, 1B
    • Economy bright in some areas despite plant closings, 12/1/91, 1C
    • Fashion, 2/23/87, 1C
    • Federal government can forestall exodus, U.S. House told, 5/17/90, 1B
  • DELTA
    • FERTILE GROUND FOR WRITIERS, 1/30/94, 1A
  • Delta
    • Glad Tiding Church of Washington state distributes aid, 7/12/90, 1B
    • Greenwood activist David Jordan says region being ignored, 7/25/91, 2B
    • Local rivers to remain high throughout summer, 6/25/91, 3B
    • Mabus vetoes bill allowing Levee Board to raise taxes, 4/13/91, 3B
    • Many area schools lack technology equipment altogether, 6/2/92, 4B
    • Panel delays report to Congress, 8/9/89, 5B
  • DELTA
    • REPORT BY COMMISSION CHARTS NEW PATH FOR DELTA, 5/10/90, 1A+
  • Delta
    • Report on poverty offers preliminary suggestions, 10/17/89, 1A; 10/29/89, 3H
    • Report shows Delta as impoverished region paralleling Third World, 10/16/89, 1A
    • Schwinn pullout aggravates region's age-old woes, 8/12/91, 1A
    • Small towns' stores closing, 2/21/93, 1C
    • Towns must face crumbling retail base issue, 3/11/90, 3H
  • DELTA
    • Washington County plan to help troubled youth, 6/7/93, 1A
  • Delta
    • Wellspring of the blues, 9/13/87, 1F
    • Witnesses see education as key to economic development, 8/8/89, 5B
  • Delta Airlines
    • Celebrates 60 years of service to Jackson, 6/17/89, 6B
    • Closes Jackson sales office, 9/8/94, 5B
    • Expanded facilities at airport, 12/11/85, 8B; 12/13/85, 8B
    • Fighting increase in fees at Jackson airport, 5/25/91, 5B
    • Likely takeover choice by Pan Am, 6/26/89, 12E
    • Mississippi survivors of Flight 1141 crash remember, 11/24/88, 1A
    • Pilot admit he bent some rules, 11/30/88, 1A
    • Plane makes unscheduled landing in Jackson; false alarm, 11/15/91, 5B
    • Slashes Fall fares, 8/5/93, 5B
    • Stock analysis, 4/27/87, 4B
    • Success could make it prey for takeover, 5/7/89, 1G
  • Delta and Pine Land Co
    • To go public, 6/17/93, 5B
  • Delta Area Association for Improvement of Schools
    • Joint effort, 6/2/92, 4B
  • Delta Area Association for the Improvement of Schools
    • IBM confab on high-tech, 10/26/91, 2B
  • Delta Band Festival
    • In Greenwood, 12/2/93, 3E
  • Delta Blues Commission
    • Established with federal grant and state money, 10/11/91, 1E
  • Delta Blues Festival, 1985, 1B; 9/22/85
  • Delta Blues Festival, 1986, 9/16/86, 1C
  • Delta Blues Festival, 1987
    • Changes site, 6/4/87, 1E; 9/13/87, 1F
  • Delta Blues Festival, 1988
    • 25,000 turn out for 11th festival, 9/18/88, 1B
    • Fabulous Thunderbirds headliners, 9/15/88, 1E
    • Hit, but racial differences seen, 9/5/88, 1A
  • Delta Blues Festival, 1989
    • Plucks in music lovers, 9/17/89, 1A
    • Schedule of events, 9/7/89, 13F; 9/14/89, 3F
    • Showdown to choose bands for spot in fest, 7/27/89, 13F
  • Delta Blues Festival, 1990
    • Blues wail all week to warm up fest, 9/6/90, 3E
    • Crowd of 30,000 enjoys blues fete, 9/16/90, 1A
    • Where music is bluer than blue, 9/13/90, 8E
  • Delta Blues Festival, 1991
    • B.B. King calls it a 'truly great' blues festival, 9/22/91, 1A, 13A
    • DECD's Holladay urges Greenville retailers to take advantage, 8/29/91, 3B
    • Ruth Brown, B.B. King, Albert King headliners, 9/19/91, 8E
    • Week of activities precede Festival, 9/16/91, 1D
  • Delta Blues Festival, 1992
    • Jazz tribute to open fest, 8/28/92, 3B
    • Politics mixed with blues this year, 9/20/92, 1B
  • Delta Blues Festival, 1993
    • Bring on the blues, 9/16/93, 6E; 9/19/93, 1B
  • Delta Blues Festival, 1994
    • B.B. King featured performer, 9/15/94, 10E; 9/18/94, 1B
  • Delta Blues Museum
    • Clarksdale
      • Benefit concerts in Jackson, Orlando and New York, 10/16/90, 1D
      • Sale of souvenirs goes toward a matching grant, 11/4/91, 1D
      • Scott Didlake's banzas on display, 11/20/94, 1E
      • Sid Graves director, 8/10/90, 1E
      • Weekend getaway, 7/30/92, 3E
  • Delta Catfish Processors
    • 356 expect to be re-hired, 2/25/88, 8B
    • Buys two competitors, 3/6/86, 8B
    • Growth mirrors consumer wants, 12/22/85, 1G
    • Labor union, 6/10/87, 8B
  • Delta Center
    • Mississippi hasn't paid its $50,000 support to think tank, 5/21/91, 1A
    • Without funding Center to close down, 5/17/92, 6A; 12/28/91, 1A
  • Delta Commission SEE Lower Mississippi Delta Development Commission
  • Delta Council
    • Annual meeting will debate flood control, 5/12/91, 3C
    • Council leaders claim they are what Delta panel recommended, 5/26/90, 2B
    • Espy is speaker at 59th annual meeting, 5/21/94, 5B
    • Feels good about region's future, 5/14/88, 8B
    • Late planting keeps top farmer John Owen from awards ceremony, 5/18/91, 2B
    • May elect Luther Alexander its 1st black officer, 5/14/92, 5B; 5/23/92, 5B
    • Opposes food stamp distribution to striking catfish workers, 5/20/91, 2B
    • Optomistic about Fordice administration on flood control, 5/23/92, 5B
    • Told agriculture in Delta may be denied digging of new wells, 5/29/89, 2B
    • U.S. Rep Kika de la Garza talks about farm bill, 5/27/89, 1B
    • Wants re-routing of Highway 51 around north Delta towns, 11/21/90, 2B
  • Delta Data Systems
    • Picayune, 7/7/87, 8B
  • Delta Democrat Times
    • Court favors newspaper in libel suit, 10/6/88, 3B
    • Workers picket newspaper, issues demands, 10/2/91, 5B
  • Delta Development Center
    • Default in payments from states threatens panel, 7/18/91, 1B; 8/7/91, 2B
  • Delta Dominican Ministries
    • Three priests replaced by nuns, 8/10/91, 1D
  • Delta Economic Energy District
    • Tri-state zone meeting draws few people, 4/29/94, 3B
  • Delta Enterprises
    • On 'Black Enterprise' magazine's list of top U.S. black-owned firms, 5/8/91, 6B
  • Delta Environmental Land Trust Association
    • Vicksburg group protects wetlands, hardwoods, 5/11/91, 1B
  • Delta Financial Services (Ridgeland)
    • AT&T cuts its 900-number off, 1/28/92, 7B
    • FCC files complaint, 6/10/92, 5B
    • Ordered out of state of Idaho, 2/9/92, 2C; 12/25/91, 5B
  • Delta Financial Services (Ridgeland) SEE ALSO Child Support Services Inc
  • Delta Financial Services Corp (Southhaven)
    • Closed by AG office, 11/21/91, 5B
  • Delta Fish, Inc.
    • Inverness company tries raising catfish in tanks, 11/10/88, 8B
  • Delta Foundation
    • Offers small business loans, 6/5/92, 3B
    • To participate in economic program in TVA region of Mississippi, 2/28/92, 5B
  • Delta Health Center
    • Mound Bayou, 9/15/85, 3B
      • Director Dorsey receives death threat, 10/11/90, 1B; 10/17/90, 2B
      • Health Fair, 7/19/92, 1A
      • Senator Ted Kennedy to speak at gala, 11/17/90, 1B; 11/21/90, 3B
  • Delta Ice: The Storm of 1994
    • Chronicle published by Greenville Arts Council, 12/21/94, 3B
  • Delta Jamboree
    • Clarksdale
      • Begins monthly blues shows, 4/15/88, 1C
  • Delta Leadership Council
    • Espy's coalition a model for Democratic moderates, 5/5/91, 1B
  • Delta Mathematics Project
    • Financing comes from $350,000 federal grant, 7/30/91, 1B
  • Delta Mudcats
    • Country blues band records first album, 5/1/92, 1E
  • Delta Net & Twine Co., 9/23/87, 8B
  • Delta Outfitters
    • Luring business and sportsmen to Delta, 12/12/93, 1C
  • Delta Outfitters SEE ALSO Delta Wildlife Foundation
  • Delta Partnership
    • Econmic program overseen by Foundation for the MidSouth, 1/13/93, 5B
  • Delta Pine and Land Co., 10/20/85, 3F
  • Delta Point Economic Development Project
    • Casinos bring jobs, but not health care, 12/11/93, 5B
  • Delta Point River Restaurant
    • Restaurant review, 3/7/91, 4E
    • Vicksburg
      • Restaurant review, 3/11/93, 4E
  • Delta Pride Catfish
    • Arrests made at picketed catfish plant, 9/20/90, 6B
    • CEO Hinote resigns, cites disagreement, 8/17/90, 6B
    • Civil rights workers invited to rally, 12/4/90, 7B
    • Commissioner Ross says long strike could hurt industry, 10/5/90, 6B
    • Company and union settle safety dispute, 6/27/91, 5B
    • Doubles effort to rehire strikers, 1/4/91, 6B
    • Employee tells federal court of bribe attempt, 2/21/91, 1B
    • Espy backs striking workers, 11/4/90, 1A
    • Espy claims his purchase of catfish was prior to strike, 10/16/90, 3B
    • Ex CEO Hinote is acquitted, 7/17/93, 5B
    • Ex-CEO Hinote charged with price fixing, 3/30/93, 6B; 8/1/92, 5B
    • Ex-CEO Hinote now with Blue Waters plant in Alabama, 12/5/90, 6B
    • Ex-CEO Hinote's trial for price-fixing, 5/18/93, 6B; 5/25/93, 6B
    • Fined $1 million for price-fixing, 3/10/93, 5B
    • Fined for safety violations, 12/21/89, 8B
    • Greenville letter carriers support strikers, 10/27/90, 6B
    • Hearing on unemployment benefits for strikers, 12/6/90, 6B
    • Jesse Jackson sends letter in support of strikers, 10/24/90, 7B
    • Labor board says company violated law, 10/26/90, 6B
    • NAACP calls for boycott of firm, 9/22/90, 6B
    • National civil rights leaders to visit strikers, 9/25/90, 6B; 9/28/90, 1A
    • Offer for Delta Pride withdrawn, 10/21/88, 8B
    • Other southeastern producers monitor strike, 9/29/90, 6B
    • Says 200 employees have pulled out of union, 9/27/90, 6B
    • Shots fired from vehicle near strikers, 9/17/90, 1B; 9/21/90, 6B
    • Spokesman is chef John Folse, 4/4/90, 1E
    • Stockholders face strike-related bribery charges, 10/27/90, 1A; 10/31/90, 6B
    • Strike a potential time bomb for Mike Espy, 10/28/90, 3H
  • DELTA PRIDE CATFISH
    • STRIKE ENDS AFTER 3 MONTHS, 12/15/90, 1A
  • Delta Pride Catfish
    • Strike has affected Indianola's economy, 11/18/90, 1G
    • Strike is at top of Espy concerns, 11/1/90, 2B
    • Strikers agree to begin negotiations, 11/21/90, 6B
    • Strikers say company is interfering with picketing, 9/19/90, 6B
    • Strikers target consumers at Captain D's in Jackson, 10/18/90, 1B
    • Strikers testify before Congressional Black Caucus, 10/10/90, 6B; 10/12/90, 1A
    • Strikers to receive food from union, 10/3/90, 6B; 10/4/90, 6B
    • Strikers visit Vicksburg, 10/25/90, 7B
    • Striking workers vote on pact, 12/14/90, 1A
    • Union and company at impasse on wages, 10/14/90, 3H
    • Union and company officials to meet, 12/11/90, 6B
    • Union and company still not talking on strike issues, 9/15/90, 6B
    • Union claims statistics on replacement workers inflated, 10/9/90, 6B
    • Union election, 10/8/86, 8B; 10/10/86, 8B; 10/14/86, 8B
    • Union is hopeful after CEO Arant quits, 11/9/90, 6B
    • Union rejects contract offer; strike looms, 9/11/90, 6B; 9/12/90, 6B
    • Workers celebrate with gifts from union chapter in California, 12/16/90, 1B
    • Workers strike two plants, 9/13/90, 1A; 9/14/90, 6B
  • Delta Project
    • MSU panel stresses self help for region, 1/20/91, 1B, 2B
  • Delta Queen (steamboat), 1/18/87, 1C
    • May get new dock at Natchez Under-the-Hill, 3/25/93, 3B
    • Mississippi Voyage, 11/20/90, 1D
    • Taste of the steamboat era, 5/13/90, 1F
    • Trading tracks for ride with history, 12/6/87, 1B
    • Turns back time for passengers, 2/3/91, 1F
  • Delta Regional Medical Center
    • Greenville
      • FARMEDIC safety training porgram, 12/29/92, 1B
      • Gets designation as 'urban hospital', 9/26/91, 3B
    • Grreenville
      • Doctors want merger with King's Daughters, 6/30/92, 1B, 3B
  • Delta Service Corps
    • Tri-state area awarded $3.4 million grant, 3/28/93, 4B; 6/9/92, 1B; 7/14/93, 2B
    • Workday concludes conference, 7/18/93, 1B; 7/19/93, 1B
  • Delta Sigma Theta
    • Giddings' book examines black sorority movement, 2/24/89, 1C
  • Delta State University
    • 500 students rally protesting funding cuts, 3/5/92, 1A
    • Advertisement tells students college will remain open, 2/25/93, 1A
    • Boys choir substitutes, 2/6/87, 1B
    • Campus wary after assault on woman student, 3/21/92, 2B
    • Crime on campus: expert says learn awareness, 9/30/92, 3B
    • FAA grant, 9/19/86, 1B
    • Fights at Springfest may prompt change of site, 4/22/90, 3B
    • Graduation 1992: Alumnus urges grads to get involved, 5/11/92, 1B
    • IBM donates $250,000 worth of computers, 1/31/92, 3B
    • Pompom Squad, 2/4/87, 1A; 2/5/87, 1B; 2/14/87, 1B; 2/20/87, 1A
    • Pompom Squad disbanded, 9/22/87, 1A
    • Pompom Squad TV performance, 2/27/87, 1B
    • Pompom Squad- Hollywood trip, 2/26/87, 1B
    • School of Education is reaccredited, 4/15/92, 3B
    • Student leader calls for investigation of campus paper, 2/15/90, 5B
    • Student sentenced in acid attack, 6/17/89, 5B
    • Summer children's program, 8/11/87, 1B
    • Women's basketball team wins national NCAA II title, 3/29/92, 1A
  • Delta Wildlife Foundation
    • Wants to increase wetlands for hunting, fishing, 6/17/92, 5B
    • Works with farmers to improve water and soil quality, 12/3/92, 3B
  • Delta Wildlife Foundation SEE ALSO Delta Outfitters
  • Delta Wire Corp
    • CEO George Walker speaks at Washington economic forum, 2/23/93, 6B
    • Teaching Delta workers 'a new way of thinking', 10/11/94, 6B
    • Wins Governor's Cup Award for promoting regional economy, 9/22/93, 5B
  • Dement, Iris
    • At Hal & Mal's, 9/15/94, 18E
  • Democratic National Convention, 1992
    • Canton woman is Clinton's floor whip, 7/16/92, 1A
    • Espy helps write platform, 7/12/92, 1A
    • Espy says welfare stopgap, not lifestyle, 7/15/92, 1A
    • No infighting divided the party, 7/19/92, 3G (Minor column)
    • State dems embrace moderate ticket, 7/13/92, 1A, 6A
    • State dems like Clinton/Gore ticket, 7/10/92, 1A; 7/15/92, 10A
    • Youngest state delegate is Keeath Magee, 7/17/92, 6A
  • Democratic Party, Mississippi SEE Mississippi Democratic Party
  • Denham, J.C.
    • Waynesboro chief to lead slaying probe, 10/25/90, 1B
  • Denim, 3/2/87, 1D
  • Denley, Gayle
    • Publisher listed as critical after accident, 1/22/89; 5B
    • Publisher's condition improves, 1/23/89; 3B
  • Dennery's
    • Epicurious says it deserves 3 stars, 4/12/90, 4E
    • It has been around 40 years, 1/8/89, 1F
    • Restaurant review, 3/17/94, 4E
  • Dennery's Restaurant
    • Been around 40 years, 1F; 1/8/89
  • Dennis the Menace
    • Movie opens, 6/25/93, 1E
  • Dennis, Delmar
    • Ex-FBI informant haunted by life in Klan, 5/24/91, 1A; 12/31/90, 1A
  • Dennis, Delmar SEE ALSO Beckwith, Byron De La
  • Dennis, Demontarius SEE Crime rate, Jackson (1994) Infant...
  • Dennis, Evie
    • Canton native is superintendent of Denver schools, 9/21/90, 4B
  • Dennis, Jack
    • Rankin County supervisor sees no conflict of interest, 12/9/93, 4B
  • Dennis, Kyle SEE Nazir, Shahid
  • Dennison National Co.
    • Meridian, 6/11/88, 8B
  • Denny's
    • Restaurant review, 12/23/93, 4E
  • Denny's Restaurant
    • Closes doors at Christmas for 1st time, 12/24/88, 8B
  • Denny, Reginald SEE Los Angeles riots
  • Denominations (in religion) SEE Churches
  • Denson, Joe
    • Gets prison term and fine, 9/11/86, 8B
    • Pleads guilty, 3/19/86, 8B
    • To plead guilty, 2/13/86, 8B
    • Wins extension on time to pay fine, 11/25/92, 1B
    • Working for Travis Ward, 7/31/86, 8B
  • Denson, Lou Vera SEE Arson; SEE Voodoo, Jackson
  • Denson, Sharon SEE Voodoo
  • Dent, Hayes SEE Elections, 1993---2nd District
  • Dental Board
    • Secret meeting clause in bill a surprise, 4/28/91, 5B
  • Dental implants, 5/6/87, 1D
  • Dental phobia, 5/6/87, 1D
  • Dentists
    • Edwards gets a dentist: Lane Clower, 6/26/91, 1B
    • Mississippi dental workers targeted for lifesaving role, 1/11/91, 3B
    • People you love to hate, 9/27/92, 1E
    • Treatment of children's early orthodontic problems, 2/3/93, 1D
  • Denton Mills Inc
    • New Albany firm fined for shipping non-flame resistant pajamas, 7/31/93, 1B
  • Department of Archives and History
    • Exhibit: Native, European and African Cultures..., 4/11/90, 1D
    • Inside State Government, 8/27/90, 1B
    • Is state's genealogy research center, 1/30/92, 1D
    • Jefferson Davis letters donated to library, 9/22/94, 2B
    • Marker for '64 civil rights victims, 5/6/89, 1B
    • Mississippi Writers, their 1994 calendar, 11/16/93, 1D
    • Moore assists Dr. Rowland, 5/8/88, 3F
    • Opening of Sovereignty Commission files, 9/11/94, 6B; 9/17/93, 1A
    • Placing slave records on computer, 10/1/90, 1B
    • Should edit Sovereignty Commission records?, 7/14/90, 1A
    • Slave list awaiting transfer to microfiche, 2/3/92, 1B
    • Who is Daisy? program a success, 11/22/88, 1D
  • Department of Banking and Consumer Finance
    • Being investigated by Attorney General, 2/25/92, 6B
  • Department of Corrections
    • $60,000 salary needed, 6/4/88, 1A
    • 10-day passes for 400 inmates OK'd, 12/24/87, 1B
    • Auditor questions Commissioner Black's gas purchases, 2/1/90, 1A
    • Black felt heat before leaving Missouri job, 11/16/88, 1A
    • Citizen tours of prisons eliminated, 10/14/89, 1B
    • Commissioner's salary, 1/31/87, 1B
    • Community Work Centers
      • Female inmate work-release program, 5/8/91, 1D
      • Inmate walks away from Ag Museum site, 1/27/93, 4B
      • No-cost labor by inmates, 12/13/94, 5B
    • Criticized for giving raises in midst of fiscal crisis, 11/30/90, 1A
    • Director, 1/12/87, 1B
    • Director wants to toughen officers standards, 8/8/89, 1B
    • Drive-by gunman shoots out front door, 1/23/92, 4B
    • Flouted state law in assignment of prisoners, 9/30/89, 1A; 10/1/89, 1A
    • Gets interim head: Scroggy to VA, 6/2/88, 1B
    • Is broke; cannot pay counties for housing prisoners, 6/26/91, 1B
    • Lee Roy Black escaped drugs, violence of Chicago, 3/5/89, 1H
    • Lee Roy Black, new appointee, well received, 1B; 1/7/89
    • Mabus appointes Lee Roy Black commissioner, 11/15/88, 1A
    • Mabus: Chief's salary too low, 6/8/88, 1B
    • Most funds for support facilities, 8/11/88, 3B
    • Offers adult education at Rankin County facility, 8/19/90, 1B
    • Prison officials are not immune from lawsuits, 2/2/89; 3B
    • Prison plan over budget, 9/25/87, 1A
    • Prison seminar called wasteful, 4/24/90, 2B
  • DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
    • PROBE ORDERED BY MURPHY, 9/24/94, 1A; 9/25/94, 1A; 10/2/94, 3G
  • Department of Corrections
    • Probe: Auditor questions Parchman inmates, 10/5/94, 5A
    • Probe: Ed Jackson forced to resign at Greene County prison, 10/5/94, 1A
    • Probe: Fordice scandal brewing?, 10/2/94, 3G (Minor column)
    • Scroggy and corrections controversy, 2/14/88, 3H
    • Senate committee urges pay hike for prisons chief, 3/3/89, 2G
    • To cut 100 jobs; employee furloughs expected, 2/21/92, 1B; 5/19/92, 1B
    • Wants $26 Million budget increase, 9/14/89, 1A
  • Department of Corrections SEE ALSO Black, Lee Roy; Lucas, Eddie
  • Department of Corrections SEE ALSO Murphy, Stu
  • Department of Corrections SEE ALSO Prison Industries Board; Prisons
  • Department of Ecomomic and Community Development SEE DECD
  • Department of Economic Development SEE DECD
  • Department of Education
    • 2 new executives: Samuel McGee and Larry Little, 4/27/93, 4B
    • Bureau of School Support's Smith Sparks, 9/8/92, 4B
    • Burnham completes reorganization, 2/19/93, 3B
    • Felony conspiracy, 3/17/88, 1B
    • Fordice critical of state agency, 12/20/94, 4B
    • Illiteracy fight, 2/17/88, 3B
    • Judge: Official not guilty, 3/18/88, 3B
    • Reorganization may eliminate 45 jobs, 1/25/92, 1B
    • Seeking 7% budget hike, 7/20/90, 3B
    • State board may reopen search, 3/30/90, 5B
    • Used $3 Million in federal funds for own profits, 8/26/90, 1A
    • Walter Moore is interim head, 2/24/90, 1B
  • Department of Education SEE ALSO Superintendent of Education
  • Department of Environmental Quality
    • $75,400 for various emergency clean-ups, 11/18/94, 3B
    • Appointee Stewart awaits ethics panel decision, 11/6/92, 1A
    • Asbestos found in office, 9/30/92, 2B
    • Hazardous waste chief Sam Mabry resigns, 1/12/94, 3B
    • Legislators want industrial fees to fund DEQ, 12/18/91, 5B
    • Seeks $11.68Million to regulate federal green laws, 1/3/94, 1A
    • Stringent budget cuts, 2/8/94, 1B
    • Sues Riviera Heights Utility Company, 12/22/91, 8B
  • Department of Finance and Administration
    • Ranck becomes chief, 3/1/91, 1B
  • Department of Health
    • AIDS testing puts strain on underfinanced department, 12/3/91, 1A
    • Assaults and threats against caseworkers targeted, 10/15/94, 2B
    • Batesville home health nurse fraud, 7/9/93, 3B
    • Cobb asks for $12,000 pay raise to stay on job, 12/18/91, 3B
    • Cobb stays state health officer by slim vote margin, 10/15/92, 1B
    • Cobb will resign, 1/2/93, 1A; 11/17/92, 1B
    • Cobb: dire health problems in face of budget cuts, 12/13/90, 1A
    • Fordice names 5 to Board, 7/24/92, 2B
    • Gholston is chairperson, 8/15/93, 1B
    • Health chief to be chosen, 5/16/93, 6B
    • Home Health Program needs $1 million revamping, 6/4/92, 4B
    • Managed care program, 2/9/94, 1A
    • Minority recruitment, 8/5/93, 1B
    • Needs $500,000 to expand lab, 12/21/87, 1B
    • No blacks in top jobs; Thompson wants probe, 5/27/93, 1A
    • Officials ask for $6.7 Million budget increase, 9/20/89, 4B
    • PEER criticizes home-health services in northeast Mississippi, 1/9/92, 2B
    • Preparation helps absorb $1.48 million cut, 2/13/92, 1B
    • Prohibits smoking, 4/6/89, 1A
    • Search for Cobb successor, 4/29/93, 3B
    • Thompson is interim director, 12/3/92, 1B
    • Thompson named permanent director, 5/17/93, 1A
    • Thompson, 3 others interview for director job, 4/21/93, 3B
    • Unaware of problems in District I Home Health Program, 5/5/92, 2B; 5/7/92, 3B
  • Department of Housing and Urban Development SEE HUD
  • Department of Human and Cultural Services
    • Division of Family & Youth Services, 2/22/94, 5B
    • Summer recreational program, 6/12/93, 5N
  • Department of Human Services SEE ALSO Hathorn, Sue
  • Department of Human Services SEE ALSO Rehabilitation Services Board
  • Department of Human Services (1987), 1/3/87, 3B
  • Department of Human Services (1989)
    • Cuts budget, not programs, 10/27/89, 3B
    • Won't have to pay $8M in penalities, 12/1/89, 1B
  • Department of Human Services (1990)
    • Agency is short of funds for staff raises, 4/27/90, 1B
    • Bea Branch is chosen director, 2/23/90, 1B
    • Brandon firm low bidder for new building, 7/14/90, 5B
    • Budget request is less than legislators expected, 9/15/90, 1B
    • Lyles is chosen by Ditto as head, 6/28/90, 1B
    • Social workers on picket line for raises, 5/8/90, 3B
    • Staff social workers will get raises, 9/3/90, 4B
  • Department of Human Services (1991)
    • Aldrich appointed head of rehab branch, 5/15/91, 1B
    • Bill revived separating rehab services, 3/28/91, 2B; 4/3/91, 3B
    • Bill splitting off rehab services may get Mabus veto, 4/6/91, 1B
    • Branch sees no need for separate rehab services, 4/20/91, 3B
    • Branch to PEER: low funding cause of problems, 11/27/91, 2B
    • Director Branch welcomes probe, 10/25/91, 1A
    • Employment and Training Div won't fill vacancies, 10/5/91, 1B
    • Homicides of two enfants: Gilfoy asks for probe, 10/24/91, 1A
    • House OKs splitting off of rehab services, 4/5/91, 4B
    • Judges want youth agency separate, 10/30/91, 1B
    • Lawmaker Bob Moody calls it inefficient, 3/14/91, 1B
    • More of its offices moving into new building, 7/26/91, 4B
    • New building has mural painted by students, 1/26/91, 5B
    • Odor forces evacuation of building, 10/22/91, 5B
    • Rally for making voc rehab unit separate agency, 3/15/91, 3B
    • Rehab branch chief Morris Selby fired, 5/10/91, 2B
    • Split-off of rehab services is let stand by Mabus, 4/17/91, 1B
    • State employees lobby against job cuts, 11/21/91, 1A
  • DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (1991)
    • SYSTEM MORE IMPAIRED THAN CHILDREN IS MUST PROTECT, 10/25/91, 1A
  • Department of Human Services (1991)
    • To post photos of fathers owing child support, 1/24/91, 1A
    • Training is ordered for child-abuse workers, 10/26/91, 1A
  • Department of Human Services (1992)
    • Anderson steps down to avoid conflict of interest, 8/15/92, 1B
    • Bd members resign before it vanishes, 3/27/92, 1A; 3/28/92, 1B
    • Board awaits its own fate before choosing director, 3/22/92, 2B
  • DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (1992)
    • BOARD: CURB HATHORN; LAWMAKERS; ABOLISH BOARD, 2/28/92, 1A
  • Department of Human Services (1992)
    • Children's Trust Fund director Williams terminated, 7/1/92, 2B
    • Climate of fear: staff worrying about their jobs, 2/4/92, 1A
    • Elderly give input on usage of funds, 7/24/92, 2B
    • Executives Emling, Graham and Murrell terminated, 5/9/92, 1B
    • Federal child-care funds unused, 4/5/92, 1A; 6/8/92, 1B
    • Fired employees sue Hathorn, 3/27/92, 1B
    • Firing of four employees, 2/22/92, 3B
    • Fordice may ask federal help in managing agency, 2/5/92, 1A
    • Fordice wants to disband its governing board, 1/28/92, 1A
    • Forfeits $1.4 Million: bad child support enforcement, 9/4/92, 3B
    • Hathorn appointed interim director, 1/10/92, 1B; 1/12/92, 1A
    • Hathorn confronts rain of criticism, 5/31/92, 1A, 1G
    • Leflore clerk wants it to reimburse him for costs, 1/23/92, 1B
    • Legislative oversight committee members, 6/30/92, 2B
    • Marshall is 9th division head to be terminated, 5/12/92, 1A
    • Melton: jobs awarded for political patronage, 2/2/92, 1B
    • New faces come in with Hathron, 5/31/92, 1G
    • PEER report says Children's Division needs overhaul, 8/14/92, 1A
    • Shakeup transfers department heads, 1/29/92, 2B
    • Top-heavy, according to legislative committee, 12/9/92, 2B
    • Tuberculosis screening of employees, 5/6/92, 1A
    • Workers jobs are secured; more job duties seen, 2/19/92, 2B
  • DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (1993)
    • 220 ADDITIONAL STAFF TO BE HIRED, 6/2/93, 1A
  • Department of Human Services (1993)
    • 45 staff members fired, 6/17/93, 3B
    • Family Services director Gavin terminated, 5/5/93, 1A
    • Family/Children division new head is Joyce Johnson, 6/12/93, 1B
    • Federal audit of child care black grants, 2/22/93, 1B
    • Federal funds too long undistributed, auditors say, 3/3/93, 3B
    • Hathorn resigns; Phillips takes over, 2/9/93, 1A; 2/10/93, 2B
    • New North State Street headquarters, 11/12/93, 4B
    • No layoffs at Family and Human Services likely, 2/23/93, 3B
    • Phillips accepts 10 resignations of 26 he asked for, 3/19/93, 1B
  • DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (1993)
    • PHILLIPS ASKS ALL DIRECTORS TO RESIGN, REAPPLY, 2/24/93, 1A
  • Department of Human Services (1993)
    • Phillips unveils reorganization plan, etc., 3/27/93, 4B
    • Privatization of child support collection: a study, 11/3/93, 4B
    • Privatization of child support collections, 9/24/93, 1A
    • Privatization of child welfare duties, 4/17/92, 2B
    • Privatization of child-support coll, 4/17/92, 2B; 8/13/93, 1A; 8/14/93, 1B; 8/21/93, 2B; 9/7/93, 1B; 9/17/93, 3B
    • Privatization of child-support...lawmakers ask why, 12/14/93, 1B
    • Privatization of child-support...plans rethought, 12/17/93, 2B
    • Privatization: took 6 years to decide a case, 10/29/93, 1B
  • DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (1993)
    • PRIVATIZING CHILD SUPPORT COLLECTIONS: PRO AND CON, 10/24/93, 1G
  • Department of Human Services (1993)
    • Rehab unit: Galvin replaces Daugherty, 3/18/93, 3B
    • Richards made permanent chief, 10/5/93, 3B
  • Department of Human Services (1994)
    • Attorney General wants $700,000 for legal work, 12/16/94, 1A
    • Behind times: data on ledger cards, not computers, 9/24/94, 1A
    • Child-support director Joyce Johnson resigns, 12/8/94, 1A
    • Child-support payments rise 21.4%, DHS says, 12/17/94, 1B
    • Counties feeling affects of DHS cutbacks, 10/16/94, 1B
    • Creative Learning Center funds, 3/19/94, 4B; 3/25/94, 1B
    • Day care funds wasted on frivolities, audit says, 7/27/94, 1A
    • Death threat to Gregg Phillips, 4/16/94, 1B
    • Death threats to executives continue, 4/19/94, 1B
    • Death threats: Don Taylor's wife threatened, 4/18/94, 1B
    • Federal government to take in over?, 5/17/94, 3B
    • Foes demand Gregg Phillips' resignation, 8/12/94, 1B
    • Fondrens' sons returned to them: they sue DHS, 7/15/94, 4B
    • Food stamp fraud battle, 3/4/94, 1A
    • Fordice may call special legislative session, 4/23/94, 1B
  • DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (1994)
    • FORDICE MAY TAKE OVER RUNNING OF AGENCY, 4/8/94, 1A; 4/22/94, 1B
  • Department of Human Services (1994)
    • Hinds County headquarters displays student art, 1/30/94, 1F
    • Jackson social activists demand Phillips resign, 4/27/94, 1A
    • Leaflet distribution to continue, activists say, 5/17/94, 1B
    • Moore: no Maximus lawsuit after legislative vote, 8/22/94, 7A
    • Out of funds by July 1st?, 4/3/94, 1A; 5/5/94, 1B
    • Phillips is unqualified, PEER says, 1/28/94, 1B; 2/9/94, 3B
    • Phillips may step down after DHS's future settled, 5/10/94, 1B
  • DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (1994)
    • PRIVATIZATION OF COLLECTIONS IS ADOPTED, 4/14/94, 1B
  • Department of Human Services (1994)
    • Privatization saves state $7 Million, Phillips says, 12/1/94, 1B
    • Privatization: more support money being collected, 10/6/94, 1B
    • Privatization: PEER says Fordice didn't check costs, 1/25/94, 1A
    • Special legislative session on certification?, 4/20/94, 1A
    • Special session: bill reauthorizes DHS, 8/17/94, 1B
  • Department of Human Services (1994) SEE ALSO MAXIMUS
  • Department of Human Services (Hinds County)
    • Callendar assaulted in office, 6/17/92, 3B; 6/18/92, 4B
    • Relocates to Medgar Evers Boulevard, 6/29/91, 4B
  • Department of Insurance
    • Dale doubts office can regulate insurance rate, 3/14/89, 4B
    • Stuggles:inadequacies, workloads, 5/8/88, 3G
  • Department of Marine Resources
    • Gill calls for land-based casinos, 9/15/94, 1B; 9/16/94, 1B
  • Department of Mental Health
    • Control of regional funds, 6/28/85, 3B
    • High court orders agency to place retarded teenager, 5/7/94, 1B
  • Department of Public Safety
    • Dixon named commissioner, 11/15/88, 1B
    • Kodak ruling causes problem, 1/11/86, 8B
    • Seeking $9Million budget increase, 9/
    • Television call-in broadcast, 1/19/93, 2B
    • Troopers killed on duty honored, 3/2/89, 3B
  • Department of Public Welfare
    • Alters policy to speed adoptions, 2/9/88, 3B
    • Begins layoffs, 6/7/86, 1A
    • Blasted in handling of case, 10/12/85, 1B
    • Chief Thomas Brittain says he is quitting, 5/9/89, 1A
    • Computer pays checks twice, 12/3/87, 1A
    • Criticism dogs Department, 12/1/85, 1J
    • Director: Employee limits pressed, 8/11/86, 3B
    • Expansion of Hinds welfare office offered, 11/22/88, 1B
    • Fined $750,000 for not meeting guidelines, 4/15/89, 3B
    • Mississippi shows workfare can work, 4/24/88, 4B
    • Moore pleads for registration, 3/2/88, 1A
    • Must refund money lost in fraud, 7/15/86, 1A
    • Oversight of child facilities, 2/28/88, 1B
    • PEER report faults, 1/7/86, 1A
    • Petition to reverse relocation, 7/2/88, 3B
    • Petitions: Don't move office, 5/26/88, 1A
    • Problems: Caseloads, cash, 8/19/86, 1A
    • Registration of home proposals, 2/28/88, 1B
    • Regulations plan gets criticism, 5/10/88, 1B
    • Seeks $5 Million budget increase, 9/18/86, 1B
    • Seeks funds for 254 new jobs, 9/21/88, 3B
    • Study urges overhaul, 12/10/85, 1A
    • Terry group sues, 7/1/88, 2B
    • Thomas Brittain, 5/3/87, 1G
    • To ask for funds to finish year, 11/11/86, 3B
    • To rehire laid off workers, 6/25/86, 1A
    • Volunteers, 2/2/87, 1B,2B
    • Wants recipients to work, 3/8/88, 3B
    • Workers fined in fraud, 10/17/89, 5B
  • Department of Rehabilitation Services, 11/9/87, 1B
    • Carney is named head, 1/20/93, 1B
    • Chairman John Cook resigns, 11/3/92, 1B
    • Cutrer case settled, 12/13/91, 3B; 12/14/91, 3B
    • Employee Cutrer claims sex bias, 10/30/91, 3B; 10/31/91, 4B
    • Employees' membership ban leads to lawsuit, 11/24/93, 3B
    • Fordice vetoes certain pay raises, 5/1/92, 2B
    • Looking for new headquarters building, 10/1/91, 2B
    • Moves a division to Rankin County, 10/23/91, 4B
    • New centers to open, 25/23/88, B
    • Seeks federal grants, 7/22/89, 1B
    • Trims staff; eliminates Skills Training Center, 10/5/92, 1B
    • Wins $1 million federal grant, 12/16/91, 1A
  • Department of Savings Associations
    • New commissioner James Jared, 4/12/91, 6B
  • Department of Transportation
    • Allain blasts director, 6/7/85, 1B
    • Allain calls special session on funding, 5/23/86, 1B
    • Allain leaning toward appointed comm., 6/11/85, 1B
    • Allain seizes control of, 2/1/86, 1A
    • Asphalt contract: coin toss?, 6/29/88, 1A
    • Awards $25 M construction contracts, 10/26/88, 4B
    • Budget shortfall of $275 million, 8/31/93, 1A; 9/5/93, 1A
    • Celebrates at 75th anniversary party, 4/10/91, 4B
    • Commissioners vote to ask for more money, 8/14/91, 2B
    • Cutback of 5% looms, 6/11/92, 2B
    • Employees leaving over low pay, 2/15/89, 1B
    • Employees told to use safety belts, 1/13/88, 1A
    • Fatalities worry Commission, 8/24/88, 1B
    • Graphic ads promoting highway safety, 7/11/94, 1B
    • Hopes to keep road program intact despite budget problems, 8/29/90, 4B
    • House approves $10 Million cut, 1/31/86, 3B
    • Joiner backs highway work timetable, 11/28/87, 1A
    • Joiner says employees need raise, 1/27/88, 3B
    • Legislative proposal would change bid process, 2/10/89, 1B
    • New building, 4/6/90, 1A; 4/10/90, 1A; 9/30/91, 2B
    • New building site picketed by IBEW, 3/3/92, 6B
    • New building: Burke's lack of office space, 6/20/94, 1A
    • New building: Commissioners given office space, 5/3/94, 1B; 5/4/94, 1B
    • New building: Commissioners' office space, 10/16/93, 1B; 10/31/93, 3G
    • New building: Robinson won't be bulldozed, 5/8/94, 3G
    • New building: staff moves in, 7/26/94, 1B
    • Officials study options against order, 2/2/86, 1A
    • Panel approves cuts, 1/25/86, 1B
    • PEER report: it failed to follow law on contracts, 11/7/92, 1B
    • Pittman: Allain's order legally weak, 2/4/86, 1A
    • Scrambles to meet federal hiring guidelines, 10/27/91, 1B
    • Starts drug counseling for employees, 11/25/87, 8A
    • Umbrella agency created by Legislature, 3/18/92, 3B; 6/29/92, 1A
    • Wants more engineers for four-laning program, 3/15/94, 2B
  • Department of Transportation SEE ALSO Highway Commission
  • Department of Wildlife Conservation
    • 23 arrested on violations, 5/16/88, 1A
    • Biologist admits dumping animal bodies, 2/1/89; 4B
    • Hackett new chief of game, 1/8/89; 10D
    • Illegal game sales rising, 6/19/88, 1A
    • Managing timber for wildlife, 12/11/88, 12D
    • Search for chief, 11/2/86, 16D
    • Tax donations aid projects, 3/8/88, 1B
  • Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks
    • Department vehicles taken, 5/15/92, 3B
    • Game wardens furloughed, 1/30/92, 1B
    • Headquarters on Lakeland Drive, 9/7/94, 4B
    • House committee bill gives Fordice free hand, 4/3/92, 1A
    • Hunting, fishing licenses late, 7/1/94, 3C
    • Mabus names Jack Herring head, 1/22/91, 2B
    • PEER: it should manage tax-forfeited land, 12/10/92, 3B
    • Recreation bureau to be headed by Bob Tyler, 11/7/92, 3B
  • Department store buyers
    • Jackson
      • Try to find what's wanted, 1/25/88, 1C
  • Department stores SEE Stores
  • DePorres Delta Ministries
    • Nuns improve health of new mothers, 3/15/92, 7B
  • DePorres Social Services
    • Dominican Order opens center for elderly in Marks, 4/27/93, 1B
  • Deposit Guaranty
    • 1993 profits of $66.6M up 46% from 1992, 4/20/94, 5B
    • Adds $10 Million to loan-loss reserve, 7/21/90, 6B
    • Announces credit card fee, 7/11/85, 8B; 7/13/85, 8B; 10/6/85, 1A
    • At shareholders' meeting: 1990 a good and bad year, 4/17/91, 5B
    • Buys 1st Nat'l of DeSoto County, 9/3/86, 8B
    • Buys 40% of First Columbus Financial, 12/14/93, 6B
    • Calls in $24 million worth of convertible debenture bonds, 3/18/92, 8B
    • CEO McMillan heads American Bankers Association, 10/19/94, 5B
    • Certain computer operations may be turned over to IBM, 10/31/89, 6B
    • Charges $1 for ATM use at other financial institutions, 1/27/89; 8B
    • Citizens National Bank (Hammond, La) acquisition, 5/23/95, 7B; 12/3/94, 6B
    • Coast branch, 3/10/87, 8B; 3/15/87, 1G; 7/6/85, 1A; 7/6/87, 4B; 12/9/84, 1I
    • Converting of loan loss reserves blurs 3rd quarter earnings picture, 7/20/94, 8B
    • Criticism over move of operations center to Pearl, 1/17/90, 7B; 8/5/89, 6B
    • Crossgate branch held up, 12/2/92, 4B
    • Develops software program on bank rates, 4/21/88, 8B
    • Drops prime rate, 4/22/86, 1A
    • Earnings for 1992 a record, 4/21/93, 5B
    • Earnings for 2nd quarter 1991 up, 7/20/91, 5B
    • Earnings for 4th quarter 1992 surge, 1/20/93, 5B
    • Earnings increase slightly, 10/19/90, 6B
    • Employee Lenora Moffett pleads guilty to embezzlement, 2/17/90, 1B
    • Fined $10,000 for inflating customer interest in bonds, 1/18/92, 5B
    • First Columbus National Bank purchase, 5/20/94, 6B; 11/12/94, 10B
    • Howard L.McMillan, Jr.: President & Chief Oper. Off., 12/17/87, 8B
    • Income rises 31% in 1991, 1/22/92, 5B
    • Increase in number of common shares, 4/2/87, 8B
    • Insiders taking advantage of low stock price, 8/6/90, 9E
    • Interstate banking high on list of goals, 4/18/90, 6B
    • Its common stock and convertible debenture
      • Stockwatch, 1/15/90, 10F
    • Lays off 100 employees, 11/9/89, 6B
    • Louisiana Bank (Monroe) acquisition, 6/3/94, 6B
    • May buy Baton Rouge bank, 11/18/87, 8B
    • May cross state borders as growth in MS nearly done, 4/20/88, 8B
    • Merger with Corinth bank, 9/23/87, 8B
    • Merges with First Citizens Bank, 6/21/86, 1A
    • Plans complex at airport, 3/31/87, 8B
    • Posts slight drop in quarterly earnings, 10/18/89, 6B
    • Profits fall 70%, 7/11/87, 8B
    • Record earnings for 1991 announced at annual meeting, 4/22/92, 5B
    • Reserve for foreign loans, 6/20/87, 8B
    • Robbery
      • Bank acted properly in fatal holdup, 2/22/89, 1B
      • Investigator: Southaven shooting justified, 2/23/89, 1B
      • Manager killed in failed robbery, 2/22/89, 1B
    • Sells credit card holdings to Ohio bank, 12/20/90, 6B
    • Shows sharp earnings gain for third quarter 1992, 10/21/92, 5B
    • Shreveport bank merger completed, 2/9/90, 8B
    • Shreveport bank merger OKed by shareholders, 10/11/89, 6B
    • Shreveport bank purchase, 5/16/89, 1A; 5/17/89, 8B; 7/20/89, 6B; 9/9/89, 6B
    • Shreveport bank purchase price is dropped, 12/23/89, 6B
    • Shreveport buyout moves closer, 1/6/90, 6B
    • Stock climbs following impressive 3rd quarter earnings, 11/10/92, 7B
    • Stock drops 10%, reflecting national trend, 9/27/90, 6B
  • DEPOSIT GUARANTY
    • STOCK SPLITS 2-1; DGNB INCREASES STOCK DIVIDEND 10%, 11/18/92, 5b
  • Deposit Guaranty
    • Stockholders approve antitakeover, 4/16/86, 8B; 6/22/85, 8B
    • Sues Texas bank, 5/28/87, 8B
    • To buy Starkville bank, 11/26/86, 8B
    • To open coast branch, 2/10/87, 8B; 6/23/87, 1A
    • To test new sprinklers in buildings, 10/7/88, 8B
    • Unveils $400 million business loan program, 7/28/92, 6B
  • Deposit Guaranty Golf Classic, 1994
    • Course cleaned up after storms, 7/19/94, 1A
    • Event opening: fatter purse, tour exemption, 7/14/94, 1A
    • Greg Powers back after automobile accident, 7/15/94, 1A
    • Henninger is winner, 7/18/94, 1C+
    • Move to Annandale in Jackson, 10/13/93, 1A
    • Moved from Hattiesburg to Annandale in Madison, 8/13/93, 1A
    • Skyboxes provide bird's-eye view, 6/22/94, 4B
    • Sponsors make contacts, boost state's appeal, 7/16/94, 1A
    • Storms disrupt play, 7/17/94, 1A, 1D
  • Deposit Guaranty Mortgage Co
    • MatchMaker service, 1/27/94, 5B
  • Deposit Guaranty Plaza Shopping Mall
    • Extensive renovation, 6/22/93, 5B
  • Deposit Guaranty Salon International
    • Art exhibit a grand companion to IBC, 6/11/94, 1F
    • Founder Sandy McNeal, 6/11/94, 1F
  • Deposit Guaranty Symposium, 1990
    • On Mississippi's economic future, 1/11/90, 6B
  • Deposit Guaranty Symposium, 1991
    • Economist Robert Dederick is speaker, 1/10/91, 6B
  • Deposit Guaranty Symposium, 1992
    • Fordice given standing ovation, 1/9/92, 5B
    • Leaders criticize schools for ill-prepared students, 1/9/92, 5B
  • Deposit Guaranty Symposium, 1993
    • Freund and Sawhill are speakers, 1/14/93, 4B
  • Deposit Guaranty Symposium, 1994
    • Panel discussion on jobs, education, etc., 1/13/94, 5B
  • Depositors Savings Bank
    • Merges with Peoples Capital Corp., 8/8/85, 10B
    • Peoples stockholders face decision, 3/16/86, 1G
  • Depression (1930s)
    • Looking back, 4/12/87, 1C
  • Depression (psychology)
    • National screening day; local program is at UMC, 10/10/91, 1D
  • DePue, Dennis
    • Fugitive shoots himself after standoff with Vicksburg police, 3/22/91, 1A; 3/23/91, 1B
    • His Texas girlfriend won't watch TV about shooting, 3/27/91, 2B
  • Deputies, Mississippi
    • Honorary, 6/7/87, 1B
  • Derailment
    • Collins
      • Evacuation of local residents, 9/11/86, 1A; 9/12/86, 1A; 9/13/86, 1A
      • Residents prepare claims, 9/15/86, 1B
    • Flora
      • Chemical spill-Derailed cars moved, 9/20/86, 1A
      • Chemical spill-Evacuees go home, 9/21/86, 1A
      • Chemicals analyzed, 9/19/86, 1A
    • Flora & Collins
      • Compensation for evacuees, 9/30/86, 1B
    • Morton
      • Evacuation of 1000 due to pesticide leakage, 10/25/89, 1B
  • Derby Lodge
    • Jackson
      • Restaurant review, 4/24/88, 1F
    • Restaurant review, 4/24/88, 1F
  • Derma, Mississippi
    • Calhoun County, 3/6/88, 3B
  • Derwinski, Edward
    • Veterans Affairs secretary says MIA families being misled, 7/27/91, 1A
  • Desegregation of state colleges SEE Universities---Mississippi
  • Desert Shield SEE Persian Gulf War
  • Desert Storm SEE Persian Gulf War
  • Designer drugs
    • Arrests in northeast Jackson drug bust, 1/26/90, 1A; 1/27/90, 1B
    • Complex manager Jenny Matthew, others arrested on drug charges, 6/20/91, 5B
    • Hattiesburg man pleads guilty to distribution, 7/21/90, 1B
    • Laurel lawyer charged in ecstasy investigation, 2/11/90, 2B
  • Designers SEE Fashion designers
  • Desks SEE School desks
  • DeSoto County
    • Area colleges lure adult learners from booming county, 12/13/89, 2B
    • Baptist health care group opens hospital, 7/30/88, 1C
    • Benefits from Memphis growth, 7/6/86, 1G
    • Grows as Memphis suburbs spread
      • Also: telephone service, residency rule, 6/10/90, 1G
  • DeSoto National Forest
    • Concern over impact of Guard training, 3/16/86, 1B
    • Land swap question: can hunters, soldiers coexist?, 1/7/90, 1A
    • Land swap supported by Gene Taylor, 1/7/90, 1H
    • Land swap with Camp Shelby raises nuclear waste question, 7/15/89, 1A
    • Timberland trade yields profits to businessmen, 2/19/90, 1A; 2/24/90, 1B
    • Witness says land swap bad for state, 1/4/90, 1A
  • DeSoto National Forest SEE ALSO Camp Shelby
  • DeSoto, Hernando
    • Christmas camp site debated, 12/26/86, 1A
    • Evidence of his route through state hard to find, 8/19/90, 1B
    • His trail across Mississippi to be designated, 12/9/89, 3B
    • Historians, tourism hot on his trail, 9/14/88, 1D
    • Preparations for 450th anniversary, 6/19/88, 3H
    • State will try to commemorate explorer's trail, 12/26/89, 1B
    • Team searching for 1540-41 campsite of explorer, 7/2/89, 6B
  • DESS-ARTS SEE Jackson Youth for Christ
  • Destin, Florida
    • Popular resort for Southerners, 4/30/89, 1F
  • Destineer Corp SEE Mtel
  • Detention center SEE Jackson/Hinds Youth Detention Center
  • Detrich, Bill
    • Jackson biochemist, 1/7/86, 1D
  • Development Bank
    • To help fund local govt. projects, 7/16/88, 8B
  • Development Report Card for the States
    • Mississippi economy improves, 5/26/94, 5B
  • Devendorf, Dick
    • Church starter, 11/29/86, 1C
  • Devenney, Matt
    • A Samaritan dies; a loss is measured, 6/20/91, 1B
    • Crowds celebrate his life, mourn his death, 6/22/91, 1B
    • Five hundred mourners attend funeral at St. Therese, 6/23/91, 1A
    • Jackson Stewpot director gunned down, 6/20/91, 1A+
    • Memorialized with prayer service at St. Therese's, 4/18/92, 1B
    • Mourned; in a lot of ways 'bigger than life', 6/15/92, 1A; 6/21/91, 1A
    • Services at St. Therese Catholic Church, 6/21/91, 1B
    • Stewpot-area residents oppose renaming of street section for Devenney, 5/23/92, 1B
  • Deville Cinema
    • Ainsworth/Walden wedding held in theater, 6/9/91, 1B
    • Art films series, 1/23/94, 1G; 2/12/95, 1F
    • Reopens with restored 'Gone with the Wind," 8/16/89, 1D
    • To close in June 1989, 6/5/89, 1D; 7/20/89, 6F
  • Devine, Marietta and Johnnie
    • Run Saturday school at Utica Church of Christ, 6/15/91, 5B
  • Devine, Rabbi R SEE House of Israel
  • DeVos Commercial Cleaning
    • Robin DeVos, owner
      • How's business?, 4/14/93, 5B
  • DeVrient, Kerry and Jamie SEE Gourds
  • Dew, Bradley
    • Friends say police botched investigation, 7/6/92, 1A
    • Millsaps College senior apparent drive-by shooting victim, 6/8/92, 1A; 6/9/92, 1A
    • Morris sentenced to life in prison, 5/21/93, 1A
    • Phillips gets life in prison; chance of parole in 10 years, 3/24/93, 1A, 13A
    • Slain student's father asks aid in finding son's killer, 6/12/92, 1A
    • Slaying suspect Rance Southwell is shot, 6/19/92, 4B
    • Trial of Cedric Morris, 5/17/93, 3B; 5/19/93, 2B; 5/20/93, 1A
    • Two charged in his slaying, 6/18/92, 1A; 7/24/92, 1B
    • Used racial slur, police claim, 6/26/92, 1A; 7/6/92, 7A
  • DeWeese, Dewitt
    • Owner of The Dock builds club on Alabama coast, 11/5/91, 6B
  • DeWeese, DeWitt
    • The Dock owner fights to open restaurant on Pensacola beach, 7/1/92, 8B
  • Deweese, Glen
    • Businessman, 1/10/86, 8B
    • Elected Senate pro tempore, 1/8/86, 1B
    • Senate pro tem will vote for lottery, 6/12/90, 1A
  • Diabetes
    • Becky Usry's pancreas/liver transplant a success, 7/24/91, 1D
    • Blacks and Native Americans suffer more than most, 3/18/91, 1D
    • Brandon youth's diabetes doesn't slow him down, 11/12/90, 1B
    • Deadly, but manageable, 10/31/91, 1D
    • Keeping disease in check by insulin, diet and exercise, 5/4/94, 1D
    • New monitors at Riley Memorial Hospital, 11/22/87, 1B
    • Summer camp for youngster in Florence, 8/12/93, 1D
  • Diabetes Association
    • Mississippi put on alert: urges testing, 3/20/88, 1C
    • Targets black community, 11/6/86, 1B
  • Dial-A-Drill
    • Program by Hancock County schools, 9/12/89, 4B
  • Dial-a-psychic
    • Services promise much. What do they deliver?, 12/15/92, 1D
  • Dial-A-Teacher
    • Literacy program, 9/21/86, 1B
  • Dial-an opinion program
    • Greenville
      • To aid city coffers, 8/25/90, 1A
  • Dialysis SEE Kidney dialysis
  • Diamond ring
    • Ridgeland couple's heirloom diamond recovered, 4/18/92, 2B
  • Diamond, Dick
    • Single Alaska man looking for right mate in the South, 5/17/91, 1E
  • Diamond, Jack
    • Allied Heirlooms, preserver of wedding gowns
      • Business profile, 8/28/89, 4E
  • Diamondback terrapins
    • Zoologist Tom Mann hatches female terrapin at home, 9/3/92, 1B
  • Diamondhead community
    • Fordice opposes granting land titles to Las Vegas speculator, 4/7/94, 1A
  • Diamonds
    • Shopping for the best diamonds, 2/6/89, 11E
  • Diaper services
    • Cloth diaper services come to Jackson, 2/21/90, 1D
  • Diapers
    • New sizing of disposables puzzling parents, 9/23/91, 1D
  • Dick Tracy (comic strip/movie)
    • Will it pack Batman's punch?, 6/14/90, 8E
  • Dickerson, Ken
    • Rankin County Undersheriff receives award, 9/18/93, 5B
  • Dickerson, Lea
    • JSU student bystander killed at football party at Armory, 9/6/93, 1A; 9/7/93, 1A
  • Dickerson-Chapman Inc.
    • Fined by OSHA for construction site violations, 6/6/91, 6B
  • Dickey, Evans Ardella
    • Natchez artist creates African American angels, dolls, 12/14/94, 1D
  • Dickson, Charles
    • Ballet director resigns, 2/28/86, 1C
  • Dickson, Elizabeth
    • Forest countian is named state's Young Woman of the Year, 2/2/92, 3B
  • Didier, Nkurunziza
    • Burudian in Jackson concerned about situation in homeland, 10/28/93, 1B
  • Didlake, Scott
    • Banza maker dies of ALS, 9/6/94, 1D; 10/26/95, 1D
    • Late craftsman's banzas on display at Delta Blues Museum, 11/20/94, 1E
  • Diemert, Joe SEE Aerobics
  • Diet centers SEE Health clubs
  • Diet cookie
    • Attorney General investigates Phoenix Fiber Cookie, 4/4/90, 1B
    • Company plans re-evaluation of cookie, 4/24/90, 1A
    • FDA orders cookie pulled from shelves, 5/6/90, 1A; 5/8/90, 1A
    • FDA says product is a drug, therefore illegal, 4/20/90, 1B
    • Jackson distributor Sharon King still awaiting refund, 9/28/90, 5B
    • Maker discussing changes with FDA, 4/26/90, 1A
    • Maker sends new cookie and money for legal expenses to state, 6/2/90, 1A
    • Nevada suit says company bilked investors of millions of dollars, 7/7/90, 2B
    • New cookie is waiting in the wings, 5/12/90, 1B
    • Phoenix offers Jackson seminar to introduce Fiber Classic, 6/30/90, 3B
    • Revised label and recipe should cool controversy, 5/17/90, 1B
    • Shipments halted, new label planned, 5/9/90, 1A
  • Dieting
    • Fed up with diets? Try do-it-yourself plan, 8/18/91, 1E
    • Judith Dodd of American Dietetic Association speaks in Jackson, 4/19/92, 1E
    • Obesity in children must be handled with care, experts say, 3/28/94, 1D
    • Weight-loss centers a billion-dollar business, 9//14/89, 1E
  • Different, David SEE State Fair, 1990
  • Differential Selling: A Primer
    • Author is Dr. James Payne, University of Mississippi, 5/16/94, 6B
  • Digital pagers SEE Pagers
  • Digital Satellite System
    • 12-inch dish debuts in Jackson, 6/12/94, 1C; 6/18/94, 5B; 7/18/94, 4B
  • Digital Satellite System SEE ALSO Satellite dish
  • Dilapidated properties SEE Buildings, Jackson
  • Dill, Charletta
    • No indictment for accused teacher, 6/22/93, 1B
    • Teacher charged with sexual battery of pupil, 2/20/93, 1A; 3/18/93, 1B
  • Dill, Laura SEE Organ transplants
  • Dillard Department Stores
    • Effect of purchase of D.H. Holmes, 3/13/89, 12E; 5/8/89, 12E
    • In shape to handle economic downtown, 9/4/89, 12E
    • Metrocenter store harasses blacks, NAACP says, 12/22/90, 5B
    • Metrocenter store renovated, 9/16/90, 1G
    • Northpark store exhibits White House china, 9/13/91, 1E
    • One of Jackson's big three, 11/19/89, 1G
    • Stock prices show sharp increase, 7/16/90, 9E
    • Stores shun flamboyance, but make money, 6/17/90, 1H
    • To keep 2 former Holmes stores in Mississippi open, 5/13/89, 8B
    • Unveils renovated store at Metrocenter, 6/6/91, 6B
  • Dillard Department Stores SEE ALSO Holmes, D.H. Inc
  • Dillard, Chet
    • Announces for Roy Noble Lee's Supreme Court seat, 1/11/92, 3B; 1/30/92, 3B
    • Chancery judge announces for Supreme Court race, 5/29/91, 1B
    • Demands airtime from ETV; claims opponent Jim Smith had his, 3/21/92, 1A; 3/28/92, 3B
    • Running against Banks for Mississippi Supreme Court seat, 3/30/92, 1B; 10/24/91, 1B
  • Dillard, Mack
    • Victim of hit-and-run accident, 4/15/91, 1B
  • Dillon, Howard SEE African art
  • Dillon, Jerry
    • Canton minister fulfills prophecy with cattle sale to Israel, 9/28/91, 1D
  • Dilworth, Reuben
    • Takes jobs as Columbus school superintendent, 6/3/93, 4B
  • Dimbly, Frank
    • Vicksburg teenager killed at party; Ladeal Williams arrested, 4/12/94, 3B
  • Ding How
    • Restaurant review, 12/20/87, 1F
  • Dingler, Gregory Leon
    • Given 17+-year sentence in Alan Byram slaying, 10/5/93, 2B
  • Dingus, Eve
    • Raises and nurtures butterflies, 2/14/91, 1B; 5/24/90, 1D
  • DINKS (Double Income, No Kids), 8/30/87, 1E
  • Dinner Bell Restaurant
    • McComb
      • Leftovers to elderly, 12/4/87, 1B
  • Dinner Bell, The
    • McComb
      • Restaurant review, 8/20/92, 4E
  • Dinner party
    • Who would you invite?
      • (Rebecca Hood-Adams story), 9/17/89, 1E
  • Dino
    • Christian pianist headlines MC tribute to The Naturals, 4/10/93, 1D
  • Dioxin
    • 2 George County couples sue Georgia-Pacific for property damage, 6/24/93, 3B
    • Ban on fishing in Leaf, Pascagoula and Escatawpa rivers lifted, 1/16/91, 1B
    • Disputed limits could pose dilemma for state officials, 1/31/91, 2B; 2/1/91, 1B
    • EPA approves state dioxin standards, 7/30/91, 3B
    • EPA issues new study on its hazards, 10/3/94, 1A
    • EPA questions state standards on dioxin dumping, 4/14/91, 1G
    • EPA reduces amount pulp manufacturers can release, 5/1/90, 1A
    • EPA studies show it may damage immune system, 3/22/92, 1C
    • Escatawpa River declared safe for fishing, 7/11/91, 2B
    • Gautier plaintiffs oppose ordered blood tests, 8/23/92, 3B
    • Georgia-Pacific attempted a cover-up, suit alleges, 1/18/92, 1B
    • Georgia-Pacific defendant drinks effluent-treated water before jury, 1/27/92, 3B
    • Georgia-Pacific offers to pay for litigants' blood tests, 4/27/91, 1A, 3B
    • Georgia-Pacific trial recessed; death in judge's family, 1/24/92, 3B
    • Georgia-Pacific trial: mill must pay $3 million, 2/1/92, 3B; 2/2/92, 5B
    • Greenpeace International says 2 mills in state emit, 4/14/89, 1B
  • DIOXIN
    • LEVELS IN FISH FROM LEAF AND ESCATAWPA RIVERS DROP, 1/13/93, 5B
  • Dioxin
    • Officials warn against fish from Leaf, Pascagoula and Escatawpa Rivers, 10/6/90, 1A
    • Paper company officials say EPA using outdated figures, 9/25/90, 2B
    • State water quality standard allows 10 times more dioxin discharge, 3/29/91, 4B
  • Dioxin SEE ALSO Escatawpa River; Georgia-Pacific Corp; Leaf River
  • Diphteria, tetanus, pertussis vaccine SEE DTP vaccine
  • Direct Action Response Team SEE D.A.R.T.
  • Direct deposit
    • Cuts theft of Social Security checks, 4/29/92, 1B
  • Direct Mail and Computer Service
    • SEE DMCS
  • Direct observation therapy (TB) SEE Tuberculosis, Mississippi
  • DirecTV SEE Satellite dish or Television
  • Dirt-track racing
    • Spectator killed at Pelahatchie track, 10/4/93, 3B; 10/12/93, 1A
    • Very popular in Mississippi, 5/2/93, 1E
  • Dirty Corners community SEE New Hope, Mississippi
  • Dirty Corners community SEE United Parcel Service
  • Dirty Dozen Brass Band
    • At WJSU benefit at Hal & Mal's, 4/5/91, 1E
  • Disabilities Act SEE Disabled
  • Disability insurance
    • Protects income, 12/10/90, 4B
  • Disabled
    • Biloxi woman Christine Woodell wins governor's award, 12/2/91, 1A
    • Budget cuts could affect funding for jobs, 3/10/86, 1A
    • Coalition for Citizens with Disabilities
      • Jimmy Thomas, surveyor, 10/12/93, 1B
    • Coalition for Citizens with Disabilities conference, 10/21/89, 4B
    • Computer programmer training center, 10/17/88, 1B
    • Day care by Reach Out Foundation, 1/14/93, 1D
    • Grant used by MSU students to design devices aiding handicapped, 8/21/91, 1B
    • Handicapped citizens not getting adequate services, group holds, 10/19/90, 2B
    • If Legislature appropriates money, federal funds will match it, 12/12/91, 1B
    • Jackson woman dropped from computer training program, 5/14/90, 1B
    • Jackson works on city bus problems facing disabled, 8/10/94, 4B
    • Jacksonian to be at disabilities-law bill-signing in Washington, 7/26/90, 5B
    • JSU forum: 'Unique Needs of Minorities with Disabilities', 5/7/92, 1B
    • Mabus appoints 31-member task force to study state services, 4/24/91, 3B; 6/10/91, 3B
    • Mabus appoints panel to examine state's services, 5/18/91, 4B; 6/19/91, 2B
    • Magee student Christopher McLain sues Simpson schools, 12/14/91, 3B
    • Michele Bahret of Biloxi wins Governor's award, 10/6/89, 1A
    • Mississippians named as board of arts group for disabled learners, 1/16/89; 3B
    • Natchez Lifeskills Center provides employment, 6/2/91, 4B
    • National figures down; state has high percentage, 10/8/93, 5B
    • New regulations depriving many of private care, independence, 9/19/94, 1B
    • Odell Gilmore is Home Care's Care Giver of the Year, 10/5/94, 1D
    • Parents of disabled seek home-based care, 7/9/90, 1B
    • Pensions, 4/19/87, 1H
    • Program helps make more independent, 9/16/85, 1C
    • PUSH cycle tour visits Jackson, 7/29/92, 1B
    • Rep. Montgomery pledges claims will be expedited, 4/27/94, 2B
    • Respite: A Gift of Time for parents of disabled children, 11/29/91, 1E
    • Rodney Kendrick designs his own bicycle, 9/15/94, 1D
    • Scuba diving brings 'deep joy', 5/19/94, 1D
    • State gets $3Million grant for technological training, 6/1/90, 1B
    • State has year to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act, 8/6/90, 1B
    • State to open 3 more independent living centers, 10/13/88, 3B
    • Targeted Jobs Tax Credit Program in limbo, 7/30/89, 1G
    • Task force leader seeks end to bias, 8/13/88, 1B
    • To speak out on needs, services at statewide forums, 8/16/90, 3B; 8/17/90, 2B
    • Vocational Rehab services trainers help disabled employees, 10/17/88, 3B
    • Water skiing possible with adaptive equipment, 9/15/94, 1D
    • YMCA proposes wheelchair accessible center, 11/12/86, 1B
  • Disabled SEE ALSO Americans With Disabilities Act
  • Disabled SEE ALSO National Council on Disability
  • Disabled SEE ALSO Handicapped
  • Disaster payments (farmers) SEE Flooding, Mississippi
  • Disc golf
    • A summer fling, 5/25/92, 1D
  • Disc jockeys
    • Clinton
      • Blind DJ with gospel station, 4/15/89, 1C
    • D'Iberville
      • Popular DJs suspended by K99 management, 12/16/91, 2B; 12/17/91, 3B
    • Jackson
      • Contest, 1/18/87, 1F; 2/1/87, 1E
      • Father and son John King Jr. and Sr., 3/3/93, 1D
      • Former skating rink DJs now on radio hold reunion, 12/21/89, 3E
      • Roy Wikoff of WLIN in Vietnam, 1/15/88, 1C
      • Tommy Williams (Al Forgue), 4/20/88, 1D
      • Women Carole Taylor and Shari Schneider, 4/24/89, 1D
    • Laurel
      • Gospel DJ Seth Habbard marks 27th year, 10/28/89, 1D
  • Disciples of Christ SEE Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
  • Discipline SEE School violence
  • Discovery classes SEE Tech-Prep program
  • Discovery Zone FunCenter SEE DZ FunCenter
  • Discovery Zoo SEE Zoo
  • Discrimination SEE Race relations
  • Disease
    • Hearing footsteps: Do you know your family medical history?, 8/4/91, 1E
  • Disease SEE ALSO Blood diseases
  • Disharoon, Jay
    • Forced to move, 9/10/86, 1B
    • Former senator has brain tumor; is destitute, 8/6/91, 2B; 8/13/91, 3B
    • Is hopeful after surgery for brain tumor, 8/15/91, 2B
  • Dishmon, Virgia
    • Singer & group to tour East Germany, 11/27/87, 1F
  • Disney on Ice
    • Review, 5/1/87, 1C
  • Disney World
    • 21 state youngsters will celebrate Mickey's birthday in Orlando, 11/3/93, 3B
  • Disney, Walt Inc
    • Store at Northpark Mall, 8/27/93, 5B
  • Disney-MGM Studies Theme Park
    • Travel section, 8/6/89, 1F
  • Dispenser Payment Terminals
    • Being used at local gas stations, 6/29/91, 8B
  • Distant Learning Transport Service SEE BellSouth
  • District 2 Community Hospital
    • UMC assumes operation of hospital and nursing home, 12/15/94, 1B
  • District Attorneys, Gulf Coast
    • Coast DA pleads innocent to charges of intimidation, 12/15/88, 1A
    • Coast DA vows to fight charge of lying in case, 12/12/88, 1B
    • Counties' prosecutors on standby, 3/5/89, 1B
    • DA arrested for allegedly lying to court, 12/10/88, 1A
    • Glen Cannon resigns, 3/3/89, 1B
    • Judge orders guards on DA's offices, 12/10/88, 1A
    • Mabus appoints Meadows to replace DA, 3/8/89, 1A
    • Mabus expects no delay in replacing Coast DA, 2/21/89, 1B
    • New DA fires one assistant, asks 2 others to quit, 3/11/89, 1A
  • District Attorneys, Hinds County
    • DA won't seek re-election, 1A; 8/5/88
    • Jackson NAACP wants election procedure changed, 7/2/92, 1B
  • District Attorneys, Hinds County SEE ALSO Peters, Ed
  • District Attorneys, Hinds-Yazoo Counties
    • Bad check units paying their way, 5/23/90, 1B; 8/24/91, 1B
  • District Attorneys, Mississippi
    • Dislike definition of felony as $500 or more, 5/17/92, 5B
    • Fordice appoints 2 DAs to serve until November, 9/10/94, 3B
    • Fordice appoints Martin (22nd circuit) and Cook (21st), 9/17/94, 1B
    • PEER: Allocate assistants according to DA caseload, 3/1/89, 3B
    • Say audit fee may end bad-check collection units, 5/8/90, 1A
  • District I Home Health Program SEE Board of Health
  • Ditches
    • Clinton
      • Willie Robinson waiting for Conservation Service help, 10/6/91, 1B; 12/12/91, 4B
    • Jackson
      • Attorney General says officials can decide which to maintain, 12/5/89, 1A
      • Councilman Stokes wants inmates' help on ditches, 10/19/91, 4B
      • Efforts to clean sewage ditch near Fraley home, 7/10/90, 5B
      • Flooding of businesses near ditch on Northside Drive, 11/24/89, 5B
      • Rains bring 'nightmare' for residents near clogged ditches, 7/13/89, 1A; 7/19/89, 2B
      • Residents want city to clean drainage ditches, 9/22/89, 5B
      • Spraying program begins May 1, 3/15/91, 5B
    • Laurel
      • Collapse at Howard Industries kills 3, 1/9/91, 2B; 7/19/90, 1A, 9A; 7/20/90, 1B
  • Dittmer, John
    • His book: 'Local People; the Struggle for Civil Rights in Mississippi', 3/13/94, 3G
  • Ditto, Kane
    • A typical busy day for mayor, 10/8/89, 1A
    • Administration has many unfilled vacancies, 8/3/94, 1A
    • Admits opposition to I-20 interchange west of Clinton, 9/4/91, 1B
    • After 1st year, critics say he is headed right way, 7/1/90, 1A
    • Against downtown jail expansion, 10/27/90, 1B
    • Aide Janet Clark lives in Madison County, 1/3/90, 1A
    • At meeting of mayors in New York City, 11/13/90, 5B
    • Backing for his campaign for Mayor, 1A; 2/2/89
    • City Council to study his balanced budget, 8/24/89, 1A
    • Denounces crime, money woes, 3/7/89, 1B
    • Displeased with large sign erected by Jim Buck Ross, 9/2/89, 1A
    • Enters Jackson mayoral race, 3/6/89, 1A
    • Excerpts from inauguration speech, 7/4/89, 3B
    • Five-year capital improvements plan for city, 9/10/92, 4B; 9/13/92, 3B
    • Getting high marks for first 100 days, 10/8/89, 1A
    • Getting used to sound of 'Mayor Ditto', 6/4/89, 1B
    • His children can return to normalcy after inauguration, 7/4/89, 1B
    • His choice for police chief could set tone with City Council, 6/27/89, 1A
    • His inaugural director will be Carla Wall--Mabus' director, 6/8/89, 2B
    • In speech to city workers asks aid in finding funds for city, 6/8/90, 5B
    • In State of the City address says Jackson in good shape, 2/12/91, 1B
    • Inauguration, official beginning of his 2nd term, 7/6/93, 1B; 7/7/93, 1B
    • Jackson mayor proves politics don't require big ego, 7/25/93, 3G (Minor column)
    • Jackson taxpayers will have no surprises from his budget, 8/7/89, 1B
    • Judge sees no revenge motive in demotion of firefighter Wright, 10/11/90, 5B
    • Mabus and Ditto plan to work together to help state, city, 7/2/89, 1A
    • Mayor and council members spend $5000 attending Atlanta conference, 1/4/90, 1B
    • Mayor announces measures to strengthen family unit, 11/21/89, 1B
    • Mayor's car, drivers, bodyguards to be eliminated, 6/10/89, 1A
    • Mayor's Initiative Program, 7/13/89, 1A
    • Mayor's Night In... for public input, 3/4/91, 1B; 3/5/91, 5B; 3/19/92, 4B
    • Mayor-elect and others have been cited for housing violations, 6/15/89, 1A
    • Mayors Night Out hears opinions of residents, 2/16/90, 5B
    • Moves office to 3rd floor of City Hall, 9/26/89, 5B
    • Names cousin of Credell Calhoun to liaison job, 9/30/89, 5B
    • New office costs $20,000, has back door, 11/29/89, 1A
    • On idea-sharing exchange program in Germany, 6/26/91, 5B
    • Orders probe of missing grant funds intended for housing, 7/28/90, 1B
    • Outlines 8-point economic development plan, 10/4/89, 1B
    • Proposes African institute/bazaar, 2/6/90, 1A; 2/24/91, 4B
    • Proposes hike in garbage fee for budget needs, 8/15/89, 1A
    • Redecorates his office, 7/9/89, 1B
    • Rejects county offer of temp. courthouse exchange for parking lot, 6/12/90, 1A
    • Retains MGT of Tallahassee to evaluate city government, 6/22/89, 1B
    • Salary: other city personnel make more than mayor, 1/25/92, 1B; 2/9/92, 1G
    • Says city of Jackson needs help from Hinds County, 4/12/90, 1A
    • Says sign ordinance taxes businesses, 6/2/89, 1B
    • Says unity needed to move city forward, 7/4/89, 1A
    • Sees little opposition from Republican John Bonelli, 5/18/89, 1A
    • Sends children to private school, 4/10/89, 1B
    • Sets agenda for involving public in city planning, 11/4/89, 1B
    • Staff taking care of business following Wilson firing, 5/4/94, 3B
    • State of the City address, 2/6/90, 1A
    • State of the City address, 1993, 2/16/93, 1A
    • State of the city address: improve services to neighborhoods, 2/17/94, 1A
    • State of the City address; Ditto blames Danks for stagnation, 2/18/92, 1B
    • State of the city speech, 1/31/90, 3B
    • Style will include delegating to managers (Interview), 7/3/89, 1B
    • Suggest law making parents liable for their childrens' crimes, 6/1/89, 1B
    • Takes his family on vacation in England, 3/1/90, 1B
    • Teamwork retreat with City Council at Eola Hotel, 12/8/93, 1A
    • To take mayor's oath amid inaugaration festivities, 7/3/89, 1A
    • To unveil improvement plans for neighborhoods, 10/10/89, 5B; 10/11/89, 5B
    • Vision Jackson Commission, 11/4/89, 1B
    • Wants consultant's help in finding new police chief, 7/20/90, 1A; 8/1/90, 1B
    • Wants Hinds County to provide more services to city, 4/4/90, 3B
    • Wants key City Hall positions filled by his own people, 9/4/89, 1A
    • Wants to build convention center at Fairgrounds site, 6/5/90, 1A; 6/6/90, 1A
    • Wins mayor's race in landslide, 6/7/89, 1A
  • Ditto, Kane SEE ALSO Jackson/Hinds County funding controversy
  • Diversified Technology, Inc., 5/17/87, 1G
  • Divine Determination
    • Singing group
      • Positive image of black men, 7/2/94, 1D
  • Division of Child Support Enforcement
    • New division with Human Services, 5/25/90, 2B
  • Division of Energy and Transportation
    • Concerned about global warming, 8/7/90, 2B
  • Divorce
    • 12-year-old Yazoo City boy seeks divorce from parents, 10/19/92, 1A; 11/17/92, 1A
    • After the pain: increased debt, decreased income, 2/10/92, 4B
    • Alienation of affection suits gain in popularity, 3/25/94, 1A
    • Book tells about use of private investigator, 1/10/90, 1D
    • Financial strain as devastating as emotional trauma, 9/4/89, 1E
    • Jackson lawyer Minor Buchanan and ex-wife's custody battle, 10/3/91, 1B
    • Mississippi Supreme Court:school can pay off after divorce, 12/10/87, 1B
    • State Supreme Court urges changes in irreconcilable differences law, 8/3/89, 1A
  • Dix, Paul
    • Photo exhibit on Nicaraguan war, 3/12/89, 1H
  • Dixie (song) SEE University of Mississippi
  • Dixie Beer
    • New Orleans
      • Files Chapter 11, hopes to recover from bad debts, bad sales, 1/4/91, 10B
  • Dixie Brewing Co.
    • New Orleans, 5/26/89, 8B
  • Dixie Chicks
    • At Mistletoe Marketplace, 11/4/93, 3E
  • Dixie Dental Inc.
    • Middle East opportunities, 7/2/86, 8B
  • Dixie Diner Drive-Thru
    • Closes down, 4/24/91, 6B
  • Dixie Divers, 6/24/87, 1C
  • Dixie Electric Power Assoc
    • NAACP sues company, claiming racism, 1/11/94, 3B
  • Dixie Farm
    • Mendenhall
      • Animals for children, 8/28/89, 1D
    • Simpson County farm home to exotic animals, 1/23/92, 3E
  • Dixie Farm Show
    • Computers and diesel engines viewed by farmers, 2/6/91, 5B
    • No-till planting machinery shown, 2/5/92, 4B
  • Dixie Fruit & Vegetable Growers Assn
    • Group tries broccoli crop, 11/15/88, 8B
  • Dixie National Chili Cookoff SEE Chili (food)
  • Dixie National Corp
    • Company settles suit filed by SEC, 3/11/94, 5B
    • Launches stock sale, 11/30/94, 8B
    • Standard Management Corp acquisitions, 4/20/95, 8B; 6/10/94, 6B
    • Texas company to buy Jackson-based insurance company, 7/24/93, 5B
  • Dixie National Livestock Show SEE Dixie National
  • Dixie National Rodeo SEE Dixie National
  • Dixie National, 1987
    • Local economy, 2/2/87, 1A
  • Dixie National, 1988
    • Arabian horses steal show, 2/2/88, 1B
    • Austin & Mississippi competitors, 2/11/88, 1C
    • Rodeo '88, 2/1/88, 1C
    • Rodeo band plays on through the dirt, 2/16/88, 1C
  • Dixie National, 1989
    • Financial boost for local businesses, 2/16/89, 8B
  • Dixie National, 1990
    • Covered wagon convoy, 2/8/90, 1D
    • New concessionaire restricts sales of beer, 1/15/90, 1B
    • Schedule of events, 1/29/90, 1F; 2/8/90, 1E, 14E
  • Dixie National, 1991
    • Brings money into Jackson, 2/8/91, 6B
    • Cowboys for Christ ministry, 2/11/91, 1A
    • Dairy judging is a show of real beauties, 2/6/91, 1D
    • Dirt, cowpokes, chili: Rodeo heaven, 2/10/91, 1B
    • Jackson's annual western spectacle opens, 2/7/91, 1D
    • Schedule for 26th annual event, 1/24/91, 3E
    • World-class cowboy Jim Shoulders in non-competing rider, 2/11/91, 1D
  • Dixie National, 1992
    • 4-H Livestock Judging contest, 2/5/92, 1D
    • Arabian Horse Show, 1/29/92, 1D
    • Cattlemen call for branding and better recordkeeping, 2/6/92, 1B
    • Dixie National Western Festival (schedule), 2/6/92, 7E
    • Flea market, baseball card show join rodeo roundup, 1/30/92, 3E
    • Junior Championship sale; Fordice buys a lamb, 2/9/92, 3C
    • Livestock show begins, 1/27/92, 1D
    • Livestock show schedule, 1/23/92, 3E
    • Mark Chestnutt appears, 2/12/92, 1D
    • Noseprints used to identify show calves, 2/3/92, 1A
    • Poop-scoopers pile up the manure, 2/10/92, 1B
    • Rodeo cowboys buck the stereotype, 2/12/92, 1D
    • Rodeo parade is Saturday, 2/7/92, 5B
    • Western festival chili cookoff, 2/7/92, 1E
  • Dixie National, 1993
    • 4-H's Michael Bates shows prize swine, 2/5/93, 1E
    • Big bucks for Jackson area, 2/18/93, 5B
    • Collin Raye to perform, 2/15/93, 1D
    • Cooks, blacksmiths, soldiers, etc., 2/14/93, 1A
    • Farriers forging competition, 2/15/93, 1B
    • Horse shows begin, 2/18/93, 3E
    • Livestock show events, 2/11/93, 3E
    • Paint O-Rama show, 2/7/93, 1B
    • Sale of Junior Champions, 2/12/93, 1B
    • Steer wrestler Mike Smith, 2/16/93, 1D
  • Dixie National, 1994
    • Cody Custer, champion bull rider, 2/10/94, 1D
    • Cold weather doesn't dampen parade spirit, 2/13/94, 1B
    • Farrier Sandy McBeath, 2/14/94, 1B
    • Grooming of horses, 2/2/94, 1D
    • Jennifer Collins' lambs, 2/7/94, 2B
  • Dixie national, 1994
    • Leggette family, 2/4/94, 1B
  • Dixie National, 1994
    • Longe Line Horse Competition, 2/20/94, 1B
    • Sale of Junior Champions, 2/11/94, 1B
    • Schedule of events, 1/27/94, 6E; 2/10/94, 8E
    • Trainer Bill Zeigler mends broken bones, 2/15/94, 1D
    • You can tell real cowboys and cowgirls by clothes they wear, 2/9/94, 1D
  • Dixie Readers' Service, Inc.
    • Pays fine, 11/19/85, 8B
  • Dixie Run
    • Vintage automobile show, 6/20/93, 1B
  • Dixieland HoeDowners
    • Cloggers raise money to go to national competition, 5/18/91, 5B
  • Dixon family (hunting incident) SEE Hunting
  • Dixon's Snack Food Products
    • Pork-skins operation really cooks, 1E; 1/9/89
  • Dixon, Andrew
    • Police identify man stabbed 8 times, 8/11/92, 3B
  • Dixon, Colby
    • Florence teenager charged in man Keith Wood's death, 8/12/93, 4B
    • Murder suspect, 15, charged in Keith Woods slaying, 8/19/93, 1B
  • Dixon, Corey Lopez SEE Rape, Pearl---2 teenagers
  • Dixon, David
    • Mississippi minister preaches in Soviet Union, 3/31/90, 1D
  • Dixon, Jimmy
    • Candidate for sheriff pushes strong anti-drug policy, 9/4/91, 4B
    • Criticizes rural Hinds County crime rate, 4/23/91, 5B
    • Qualifies to run in Hinds County sheriff race, 2/2/91, 9B
  • Dixon, Larry
    • Blind man running store in home faces zoning fight, 11/11/93, 1B; 11/23/93, 1B
  • Dixon, Linzy Don
    • Leo Edwards' victim
      • Profile, 6/21/89, 1B
  • Dixon, Looisa
    • Denies forcing Wallace to retire, 6/23/89, 1A
  • Dixon, Louisa
    • Admits forcing Wallace to retire, 7/8/89, 1A
    • Appointed by Mabus to four-year term on Ethics Commission, 1/4/92, 1A
    • Bill would take drug role away from Public Safety Commissioner, 2/9/90, 1A
    • Creates callendar that teaches children concept of time, 5/19/93, 1D
    • Denies forcing Narcotics Bureau Chief to retire, 6/23/89, 1A
    • Mabus defends Dixon, 6/28/89, 5B
    • Mabus defends Dixon in criticism by W.L. Rayborn, 6/28/89, 5B
    • Public Safety Commissioner says criminals getting smarter, 2/24/88, 2B
    • Says saving of money behind proposal to merge agencies, 7/27/89, 2B
    • Senator Crook tells her to stay away from Corrections, 8/31/89, 1A
    • Senator W.L. Rayborn wants her to resign, 6/27/89, 1B
  • Dixon, Louisa SEE ALSO Crime Lab; SEE ALSO Rayborn, W.L.
  • Dixon, Roy
    • Business profile, 1/9/89, 4E
    • Jackson entrepreneur
      • Seeks bigger market, 8/4/88, 8B
  • Dixon, William SEE Hunting---Homochitto National Forest
  • Dixon, Willie
    • Blues music writer from Vicksburg, 12/26/88, 1C
    • Vicksburg native attends inaugural bash, 1D; 1/20/89
    • Week of honors for blues great, 10/23/90, 1D
  • Dizzy Dean Museum
    • Financial problems, 6/29/86, 1D
    • Moving it may be part of Smith-Wills refurbishing, 2/8/91, 5B; 9/6/90, 1B
  • Djouloukhadze, Vladimir SEE Ballet Mississippi
  • DMCS
    • Company uses computers to target consumers, 10/26/89, 6B
  • DNA
    • Prosecutors want lawmakers to allow genetic testing of felons, 7/2/93, 11A
    • Tests clear suspects in slaying of MSU couple, 2/13/93, 1A
    • Vicksburg suspect opposes DNA use in trial, 1/8/90, 2B; 1/9/90, 5B
  • Do, Be
    • Long Beach student wins 1st place in national map contest, 5/11/90, 4B
  • Dock, The, 4/19/87, 1B; 4/20/87, 1B
    • Owner DeWitt DeWeese builds club on Alabama coast, 11/5/91, 6B
    • Restaurant review, 4/2/89, 1F
  • Dockers
    • Levi Strauss line of casual clothes, 4/16/89, 1G
  • Dockery, Ellen
    • Backup singer in Nashville recording industry, 11/30/93, 1D
  • Dockside gambling, Bay St.Louis
    • 200 begin training for casino jobs, 6/21/92, 2B
    • Casino being readied for New Year 1992, 7/29/91, 2B
    • Casino gets license; fall opening seen, 4/30/92, 5B
    • Casino Magic lays off 300 in Bay St.Louis and Biloxi, 4/23/94, 5B
    • Casino Magic stock splits 3-for-1, 5/15/93, 5B
    • Casino Magic to open, 9/29/92, 3B; 10/1/92, 1B
    • Casino seeks help on road and sewer work, 10/31/92, 3B
    • Daredevil showdown, 6/13/93, 3B
    • Downtown casino fails to materialize, 3/21/93, 3B
    • Hickok's Six Card poker introduced, 2/9/93, 1B
    • OKs floating casinos, 12/5/90, 1A; 12/6/90, 1B
    • Residents enjoy growth in jobs, but not in traffic, 8/2/93, 5A
    • Round-the-clock services, 10/11/92, 1A
    • Senate OK's charge of gambling fees, 4/27/91, 4B
    • Vote to be held on dockside gambling, 10/29/90, 4B
    • Woman sues Casino Magic over $235,000+ win pay schedule, 4/5/94, 1B
  • Dockside gambling, Bay St.Louis SEE ALSO Dockside gambling, Hancock County
  • Dockside gambling, Biloxi
    • 2 more casinos licensed, 7/30/92, 2B
    • Acosta runs Coast Adventures for children of gamblers, 8/16/92, 17A
    • Arrests in credit card fraud at Isle of Capri, 6/17/93, 1B
    • Back Bay casino given OK by Wildlife Commission, 2/24/94, 1B
    • Back Bay needs casino, study says, 2/10/93, 3B
    • Bally Casino site dispute with Bach Luu Clayton, 7/16/93, 3B
    • Beachfront has new look, 9/20/92, 1A
    • Belle Casinos files bankruptcy, 9/1/94, 1B
    • Biloxi Belle casino plans quiet opening, 8/24/92, 1B; 8/28/92, 8A
    • Biloxi Belle employees arrested in cheating scheme, 6/20/93, 6B
    • Bus tours instantly popular, 8/10/92, 1A
    • Businessmen seeking referendum, 8/5/91, 3B; 9/28/91, 3B
    • Cash washing up on Coast, 8/30/92, 3G (Minor column)
    • Casino Magic fined for sewer violations, 12/10/93, 3B
    • Casino Magic to open, 6/3/93, 1A
    • Casino ship "Europa Star," 2/14/88, 1F
    • Casinos attract all kinds of people, 9/27/92, 1G
    • Casinos emptying Alabama bingo parlors, 8/31/92, 2B
    • Casinos make $10.4 million in 1st month; unaudited reports, 9/12/92, 1A
    • Charter flights from Atlanta and Dallas, 10/22/92, 1B
    • City eyes 2 taxes: device fees and % of gross, 6/1/92, 1B; 6/2/92, 2B
    • Cool air, easy money, 8/23/92, 1E
    • Cruise ships L.A. Cruise and Southern Elegance on Gulf Coast, 1/3/91, 3E
    • D'Iberville residents debate casino pros and cons, 10/18/93, 1A
    • Emerald Lady detained in Iowa, 6/30/92, 3B; 7/7/92, 3B; 7/10/92, 1B
    • Entrepreneurs cater to children while parents gamble, 8/15/92, 1A, 17A
    • Europa Star leaving Biloxi for Fla. port, 11/11/88, 1A
    • Gambling ship ready to go off-coast, 12/13/87, 1A
    • Gollott says cities should vote on issue, 12/8/90, 1A
    • Grand Casino gets license--with stipulation, 11/19/92, 1B; 11/22/92, 8B
    • Grand Casino renovates D'Iberville apartments, 1/18/94, 3B
    • Grand Casino to purchase Star Theatre, 7/6/94, 5B
    • Grand Casino: glitch voids license, 11/20/92, 1A
    • Icehouse owner fighting new casino, 7/10/93, 3B
    • Iowa casino ships on the way, 7/14/92, 1B; 7/19/92, 5B
    • Isle of Capri, 8/1/92, 1A; 8/2/92, 1A, 15A; 8/4/92, 3B; 8/7/92, 2B
    • Isle of Capri casino opens, 8/1/92, 1A; 8/2/92, 1A, 15A
    • Isle of Capri Casino sets opening on schedule, 7/30/92, 1B
    • Isle of Capri evacuated after bomb threats, 7/16/94, 2B
    • LA Cruise and Europa Jet owners headed to courts, 3/31/92, 3B
    • LA Cruise case, 4/4/92, 1A; 4/5/92, 2B
    • LA Cruise owner Williams' sentence: 1 year probation, 10/27/92, 1B
    • La Cruise ship's profits eyed by Customs Agents, 7/11/90, 1A
    • LA Cruise's Williams to be notified on gaming license, 4/2/92, 8B
    • LA Cruise, Europa Jet owners indicted, 3/20/92, 1A; 3/21/92, 3B
    • LA Cruise, Europa Jet owners' bookmaking trial set for July, 4/1/92, 2B
    • Lady Luck to open, 12/10/93, 3B
  • Dockside Gambling, Biloxi
    • Lady Luck will reopen Fisherman's Wharf, 12/3/93, 5B
  • Dockside gambling, Biloxi
    • Local firm teaches prospective casino employees, 4/21/91, 1C
    • Motocycle sales to police are up, 4/7/93, 3B
    • Nazi parties prohibited at Imperial Palace of Mississippi, 9/3/94, 1B
    • Opponents say Back Bay casino an environmental threat, 1/25/94, 1B
    • Palace Casino files for bankruptcy, 12/3/94, 1B; 12/4/94, 1B
    • Palace Casino raided because of complaints, 11/5/94, 1A
    • Palace Casino sale hits snag, 12/21/94, 5B; 12/23/94, 6B
    • Palace Casino sued by Gulfport contractor Roy Anderson, 7/8/94, 5B
    • Palace Casino--Full House offers to buy, 12/7/94, 3B; 12/16/94, 6B
    • Palace manager A. Savage arrested for cheating, 6/16/95, 1A; 11/30/94, 1A
    • President Casino's building permit delayed, 8/8/92, 2B
    • President Casino's permit delayed, 8/8/92, 2B
    • President Casino's reopening delayed; struck shrimp boat, 8/29/92, 1B
    • President Casino: falling chandelier, 11/30/93, 1B
    • President Casino: hostage situation, 1/25/94, 2B; 12/15/93, 1A
    • President's opening on schedule, 8/11/92, 2B; 8/13/92, 1B; 8/14/92, 1A
    • Pride of Mississippi cruise ship, 12/29/88, 1A
    • Referendum is March 10; fees set in anticipation, 1/29/92, 3B
    • Riverboat Corp gets license; hopes to be first, 5/28/92, 1A; 5/30/92, 3B
    • Seafood industry may be killed off by success of casinos, 10/7/92, 3B
    • Senate kills bill to permit gambling, 3/25/88, 1B
    • Spectrum Casino's directors must be OK'd before opening, 11/6/94, 3C
    • Third casino Biloxi Belle plans quiet opening, 8/24/92, 1B
    • Treasure Bay officer will quit if license blocked, 12/14/93, 3B
    • Treasure Bay replaces management personnel, 12/12/94, 2B
    • Treasure Bay sued by contractor Roy Anderson, 11/3/94, 5B
    • Treasure Bay sued by Sahara Gaming, 12/14/94, 6B
    • Treasure Bay to restructure debt, 5/28/95, 5B; 10/28/94, 5B
    • Treasure Bay: law firm files bankruptcy against it, 11/20/94, 3B
  • Dockside gambling, D'Iberville
    • Site delays: Casino relocates to Back Bay, 5/12/94, 3B
    • Texas legend Billy Bob Barnett plans casino, 3/9/94, 1A
  • Dockside gambling, D'Iberville SEE Dockside gambling, Biloxi
  • Dockside gambling, Gulf Coast
    • 4 more companies announce casino plans, 7/4/93, 2B
    • AG: vessels must be certified by Coast Guard, 8/2/91, 3B
    • Area is adjusting to casinos' influence, 8/2/93, 1A
    • Bingo ruling's effect on dockside gambling is unclear, 12/22/90, 1A
    • Casino jobs pool has winners and losers, 12/28/92, 1B
    • Casino ships get House OK, 2/18/88, 1A
    • Casinos blamed for growth in crime in all categories, 8/3/93, 5A
    • Casinos boosting pawnshop business, 1/24/93, 1A
    • Casinos drawing bingo players away from Mardi Gras support, 1/3/94, 2B
    • Casinos drawing income from other tourist attractions, 1/9/94, 1A
    • Casinos have helped Biloxi-Gulfport airport, 7/12/94, 5B
    • Casinos squeezing out fishing industry, 11/7/93, 1A, 1C
    • Casinos welcoming Sugar Bowl crowd, 1/1/94, 1A
    • Casinos will be able to flee hurricanes, they say, 6/2/93, 1A
    • Casinos would make hurricane evacuation a problem, 4/24/94, 1A
  • DOCKSIDE GAMBLING, GULF COAST
    • CASINOS: MISSISSIPPI ROLLS THE DICE, 7/26-28/92, (major series)
  • Dockside gambling, Gulf Coast
    • Diamondhead residents begin battle to halt casinos, 8/22/94, 3B
    • Does 1949 federal law makes it illegal?, 5/1/91, 1A; 5/2/91, 2B
    • Draft bill would allow casinos on ships at coast dock, 6/15/90, 1B
    • Economic impact of casinos has been 'significant', 11/11/93, 1B
    • Gambling fees raised by House panel, 3/1/91, 2B
    • Gold Strike/Lone Star on St. Louis Bay, 11/9/94, 4B; 12/4/93, 1B
    • Grand Casino's 2 sites at Biloxi and Gulfport, 1/13/94, 1A
    • Group fighting oversize casino signs, 9/16/93, 3B
    • Hurricane evacuation study, 2/10/94, 3B; 12/1/93, 1B
    • Hurricane evacuation: barges could hinder residents, 5/21/94, 1B
    • Hurricane planning: mooring policy near enactment, 8/1/94, 1B
    • Hurricane precautions sought for casinos, 6/25/94, 1A
    • Lawmaker pushing for bill to allow gambling ship, 3/3/89, 1G
    • Motel rooms in short supply; prices up, 9/21/93, 1B
    • Pulling tourist business away from New Orleans, 7/13/93, 1B
    • Ruling expected on legality of ships, 8/4/91, 5B
    • SEE ALSO Casino ship
    • Senate OKs bill allowing gambling in Mississippi Sound, 3/24/89, 1A
    • Several casino sites meeting opposition, 11/18/93, 1B
    • Shipboard gambling to get another hearing in Legislature, 3/17/89, 3B
    • Should boost state tourism funds, 1/9/93, 4B
    • Sugar Bowl fans fill casinos, 1/1/93, 1B
    • U.S. 90 congestion, 5/24/93, 1B
    • Vote on legalizing casino gambling aboard cruise ship, 3/23/89, 1B
    • Would have been difficult to pass in 1994, 2/27/94, 3G (Minor column)
  • Dockside gambling, Gulfport
    • Brothers arrested for using slugs in slot machines, 6/3/93, 3B
    • City planners delay vote on casino zone, 2/16/94, 3B
    • Copa Casino lays off some employees, 12/24/93, 1A
    • Copa Casino opens doors, coast's 7th, 9/10/93, 3B
    • Grand Casino dealers face cheating charges, 7/27/93, 1B
    • Grand Casino has $1M air-filtration system, 10/26/93, 1B
    • Grand Casino opens, 5/14/93, 1A, 9A
    • Grand Casino robbed; 4 arrested (2 were security guards), 12/18/93, 1A
    • Nevadan Don Laughlin may build in port area, 6/26/92, 1B
    • New gambling ship sails into Gulfport, 1B; 1/15/89
    • School chief wants casino on 16th-section land, 3/16/93, 3B
    • Trump allowed to fence off public land, 6/9/94, 3B
    • Trump casino gets land, 10/27/93, 3B
    • Trump denied permit for harbor casino, 12/17/93, 3B
    • Trump favors Mississippi over Louisiana for his ventures, 6/9/94, 7E
    • Trump plans casino, 7/29/93, 1A; 7/30/93, 1A; 8/1/93, 1C; 10/22/93, 5B
    • Trump wins approval for harbor site, 2/18/94, 1B; 3/18/94, 3B
  • Dockside gambling, Hancock County
    • Site dispute with Terry Ladner, 3/13/94, 4B; 12/1/95, 1B
  • Dockside gambling, Hancock county SEE ALSO Dockside gambling, Bay St. Louis
  • Dockside gambling, Hancock County SEE ALSO Dockside gambling, Waveland
  • Dockside gambling, Harrison County
    • After referendum passage, investors move in, 3/12/92, 5B
    • Coast residents back gambling plan, 12/19/89, 5B
    • Coast residents offer input on proposed rules, 9/3/91, 3B
    • Gambling approved by voters; liberal ad budget cited, 3/11/92, 9A
    • Gambling referendum defeated, 12/5/90, 1A
    • Grande Casinos plans sites in Biloxi, Long Beach, 6/27/92, 3B
    • Officials reject casino site on bayou north of I-10, 6/1/94, 2B
    • Peresich speaks at coast restaurant association, 8/15/91, 3B
    • Pine Hills site, 10/15/93, 3B; 10/16/93, 3B; 12/17/93, 1B
    • Pine Hills site not on water, other casinos say, 1/30/94, 1B
    • Pine Hills site undermines Commission, 4/22/93, 1A
    • Pine Hills site: Judge backs Commission, 2/4/94, 1A
    • Pine Hills site: new commissioners to vote?, 9/8/93, 3B
    • Pine Hills site: where does bay begin?, 8/25/93, 3B; 9/4/93, 1A
    • Residents vote on issue on Super Tuesday, 3/9/92, 1B; 3/11/92, 9A
    • Seen as way to cut Coast unemployment, 2/19/92, 3B
    • Supervisors keep issue off November 5th ballot, 10/2/91, 3B
    • Voters to get second chance to decide issue, 1/14/92, 3B
  • Dockside gambling, Long Beach
    • Alderman won't override mayor's veto, 3/4/94, 3B
    • Anti-casino forces to organize, 3/21/93, 6B
    • Casino is opposed, 1/6/94, 3B
    • City defeats proposal for casino, 3/17/94, 3B
  • Dockside gambling, Pass Christian
    • Aldermen consider gaming district, 11/24/92, 3B
    • City mulls effects on its small-town charm, 7/19/90, 2B
    • Spectrum drops plans for casino near Baptist camp, 6/27/94, 1A
  • Dockside gambling, Waveland
    • Bayou Caddy Jubilee Casino gains license, 1/6/94, 3B
    • Bayou Caddy Jubilee Casino's neon reptile, 3/17/94, 18E
    • Bayou Caddy's charter flights from Atlanta, 3/12/94, 3B
    • Ecological concerns: Galaxy Casino nixed, 3/31/94, 3B
  • Doctors Hospital
    • Facility to be purchased by St. Dominic's Hospital, 5/15/91, 6B
    • To close amd reopen as psychiatric unit, 8/22/91, 1A
  • Doctors, Batesville
    • George Carlson marvels at medical progress, 3/25/90, 1B
  • Doctors, Bolton
    • Family physician makes house calls, 7/22/89, 5B
  • Doctors, Brookhaven
    • Jim Barnett first doctor in Legislature in 20 years, 10/8/91, 1A
  • Doctors, Certificate of need (state policy): profit vs. medical need, 10/10/91, 3B
  • Doctors, Clinton
    • Retirement, 1/12/87, 1B
  • Doctors, Greenville doctors close heavily used clinic, 1/15/92, 2B
  • Doctors, Jackson
    • Orley Hood's "Doctorgate," His columns of 7/3/94 and 7/17/94; responses 7/24/94, 1E
    • Surgeons pipe their favorite music into operating rooms, 10/26/94, 1D
    • Taste of their own medicine
      • They learn empathy as patients, 8/21/91, 1D
    • Those listed in 'Best Doctors in America', 7/11/93, 1G
  • Doctors, Mississippi
    • As rural doctors retire, no one takes their place, 11/24/91, 1B
    • Canton physician ministering in Honduras, 7/22/89, 1D
    • Insurance costs cut specialization, 3/20/88, 1J
    • Lack of family physicians putting citizens at risk, 10/17/93, 1A, 16A
    • Medical practice smothering under bureaucratic paperwork, 9/24/91, 3B
    • Mississippi has lowest number of Drs. per 10,000, 4/24/88, 1A
    • Northeast lacks obstetricians, 11/23/87, 3B
    • Physicians Recovery Program counsels drug-abusing doctors, 7/29/91, 1A
    • Rural areas hurting for doctors, 6/21/92, 1G; 11/23/87, 1B
    • Rural physicians, 3/9/86, 1A
    • State is among highest states in disciplining doctors, 1/13/93, 5A
    • State is first in disciplining negligent doctors, 5/17/91, 1A
    • State near top of list in policing physicians, 10/21/93, 1B
  • Doctors, Tchula
    • Lack of doctors frightens Tchula's elderly, 4/24/88, 1A
  • Doctors, Vicksburg
    • Physician loses bid for medical privileges, 3/17/89, 1B
  • Dodd, Judith SEE Dieting
  • Dodds, Kitty SEE Battered spouses
  • Doddsville, Mississippi
    • Will disinterest do in small towns?, 6/26/88, 1H
  • Dodson, Bill
    • Appointed a Hinds Community College trustee, 7/13/93, 4B
    • Did Pearl school official use airline tickets for vacations?, 7/28/94, 1B; 8/9/94, 4B
  • Dodson, Gilbert SEE Assault (Hernando)
  • Doe's Eat Place
    • Greenville
      • Restaurant review, 10/8/92, 4E
  • Dog racing
    • Bill goes to Senate, 1A; 1/28/89
  • Dog-dancing SEE Pearl High School
  • Dogcatchers SEE Animal control
  • Dogfights
    • Gulfport
      • Police find corpses of pit bulls, 11/22/90, 5B
  • Dogs
    • Border collies are herd dog of choice in Mississippi, 4/17/94, 1C
    • Boy saved by brother after attack by dog, 4/30/87, 1A
    • Brandon
      • Radio announcements help apprehend Shih Tzu dognapper, 12/19/90, 4B
    • Canine cough common in late summer, 8/10/93, 1B
    • Chinese Shar-peis, 2/10/89, 1D
    • City Council passes dog poop ordinance, 10/6/93, 1A
    • Custom tailoring for pampered pooches, 10/15/89, 1E
    • D'Iberville
      • Packs of marauding dogs harassing town, 8/26/90, 1B
    • Dog theft is commonplace in Jackson, 7/7/92, 2B
    • Dottie the Dalmatian teaches life-saving lesson, 5/9/89, 1B
    • Duke finds way back to Alabama home from Ripley, 11/28/93, 1A
    • Fighting, 7/6/86, 1A
    • German Shepherd joins Jackson police force, 2/5/92, 4B
    • Greenwood
      • Possible theft of purebred dogs, 9/12/89, 5B
    • Grooming in summer is to shorter hair, 7/15/92, 1D
    • Healthy boxer's blood transfused into ailing Doberman, 6/21/90, 5B
    • Hinds County to consider leash law, 9/21/89, 5B
    • Hurley teenagers charged in setting dog on fire, 6/25/94, 3B; 7/12/94, 3B; 8/16/94, 3B
    • Killings
      • Fine, 1/16/87, 1B
      • Gallman, 2/10/87, 1A; 8/10/87, 1B
      • Raymond, 1/2/87, 1B
    • Killings in Brandon
      • Man gets 6-month term, 5/27/87, 1D
    • Lhasa apso who looked after elderly Byram womam missing, 11/20/89, 3B; 11/21/89, 1B
    • Lost basenji found after three months, 5/4/89, 1B
    • Madison child is mauled by German shepherd, 2/3/91, 1B; 2/4/91, 2B
    • Miniature Schnauzer in Pearl has 13 pups in 7 days, 1/12/91, 1A
    • Miniature schnauzer in Vicksburg gets pacemaker, 4/23/90, 4B
    • Montgomery family finds lost dog; later given dog, 6/5/91, 1D
    • Pearl adds canine cop to force, 1/3/91, 1B; 12/31/90, 1B
    • Pet's (sic) will eat anything, vets say, 12/27/92, 1E
    • Popularity of guard dogs rises along with crime rate, 3/2/92, 1A
    • Rankin County
      • Canine riding on car gets police notice, 10/21/90, 3B
      • Melendia Beard's 20 dogs confiscated, 9/22/92, 5B; 10/6/92, 1B; 10/14/92, 4B
    • Rankin County: Beard's 19 dogs will be caged, 10/20/92, 5B
    • Rottweiler attacks boy in Battlefield Park, 4/18/94, 1A
    • Slate Springs dog broker Jerry Vance is picketed, 3/8/93, 1A
    • State dog, 2/11/87, 1A
    • Stock dogs seen as cheap, dependable and efficient labor, 4/9/90, 1B
    • Tattooing your dog for identification, 3/11/93, 1D
    • Vicksburg man fined for shooting neighbor's pet, 6/9/91, 5B
    • Watchdog foils robbery by youths at Jacoby Asphalt, 1/5/91, 5B
    • Weimaraner in Ocean Springs goes to vet on her own, 9/18/92, 1B
    • Wilmoth's Labrador rides on trunk of car, 10/16/90, 1A
    • Woman claims city pound gave her Rottweilers to wrong person, reunited 9/22/90, 5B; 9/19/90, 5B
  • Dogs SEE ALSO K-9 corps (Police dogs)
  • Dogs SEE ALSO Pets
  • Dogs SEE ALSO SPECIFIC BREED OF DOG
  • Dogtrot house
    • Hebron
      • Dunkerton family home, 9/10/90, 1D
  • Doing Business in Mississippi for Foreign Investors
    • Handbook published by lawfirm, 11/20/91, 5B
  • Dole, Bob
    • Addresses State Republicans at luncheon, 9/24/93, 3B; 9/25/93, 1B
    • Addressess Delta Council, 5/19/87, 1B
    • Praises tax reform bill, 5/29/86, 1A
    • Speaks about farming in MS, 5/29/86, 8B
    • Visit to Jackson, 4/12/87, 1B
    • Visits Jackson, campaigns, 1/11/88, 1A; 3/1/88, 1A
  • Dole, Elizabeth
    • Visits Jackson Veterans Administration Hospital, campaigns, 2/23/88, 1B
  • Dole, Robert SEE Dole, Bob
  • Doles, Gene SEE Neshoba County Fair---1991
  • Doll House
    • Doll museum in Ocean Springs
      • Weekend getaway, 4/11/91, 5E
  • Dollar bill SEE Money
  • Dollar General Corp
    • Refines company strategy
      • Stockwatch, 10/16/89, 14E
  • Dollar stores
    • Family Dollar Stores, Bill's Dollar stores, etc., 10/12/89, 6B
  • Dollarhide, Jim
    • Co-winner with D. Gorton of Addy Award, 2/10/91, 3G
    • Owner of Imageworks Inc, 2/10/91, 3G; 11/13/94, 1E
  • Dolls
    • African American dolls and Angels by Evans Ardella Dickey, 12/14/94, 1D
    • African-American dolls hot market, 11/20/94, 1E
    • Doll collector Tina May Hull of Vicksburg, 9/1/87, 1D
    • Makers of angel dolls in Winona, 10/15/89, 1D
    • Porcelain doll-maker, 4/21/87, 1C
    • Used in child abuse cases, 5/4/87, 1B
  • Dolphins
    • Animal rights group disrupt dolphin catching, 11/27/88, 3B
    • Dolphin-rights activist O'Barry criticizes Marine Life Oceanarium, 8/24/90, 1B
    • U.S. suspends capture of dolphins in Gulf of Mexico, 3/23/90, 5B
  • Domestic violence SEE ALSO Battered families
  • Domestic Violence Service Center
    • Center offers "2nd stage" help, 10/17/88, 1B
    • Locations & services, 1/10/88, 1E
  • DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, JACKSON
    • (SPECIAL SERIES OF ARTICLES), 9/2/90, 1A+
  • Domestic violence, Jackson
    • 2 convictions reveal danger of intervening, DA Peters says, 2/9/93, 3B
    • Ditto names 2 crisis-intervention officers, 2/16/93, 1B
    • Frank Short refuses to press charges against wife, 4/10/91, 5B
    • Police: law needs work, 1/21/89; 4B
    • Team works to tame domestic abuse, 5/24/93, 1A
    • Tipton posts bond after shooting incident with wife, 6/13/90, 5B
  • Domestic violence, Natchez
    • Nun uses grant money to open shelter, 7/8/91, 2B
  • Domestic violence, Rankin County
    • 2 dead in separate cases, 4/23/93, 4N
  • Domestic violence, US
    • Prosecutors now go after the criminals, 12/22/94, 1D
  • Dominican Sister
    • Honored by United Way, 4/27/87, 1A
  • Domino's Pizza
    • Deliveryman severely beaten in Altawoods area, 9/20/91, 4B
    • Deliverymen cautious, 5/3/87, 1A
    • Mobile outlet, 6/11/87, 8B
  • Dominoes
    • Harold Marler of Clinton is world champion, 7/28/92, 1D
  • Don't put your bones in any old basket
    • Lay them neatly in an Acme casket.
  • Dona, Clint SEE Clinton Community Christian Corp
  • Donahue, Phil
    • Jackson officers appear on police-theme show, 4/19/91, 4B
  • Donaldson, Eddie
    • 9 year-old boy won't be charged in officer's slaying, 12/31/94, 1B
    • Tchula police officer shot to death by 9 year-old boy, 12/29/94, 1B; 12/30/94, 1A
  • Donaldson, Leo
    • Ex-McComb physician deported, 3/13/93, 3B
    • Former McComb physician arrested for court house ruckus, 4/27/91, 3B; 4/30/91, 3B
    • Is illegal alien, 6/19/92, 4B; 6/20/92, 2B; 6/24/92, 4B
  • Donanelle's
    • Blues bar and grill outside Camp Shelby, 12/16/93, 3E
  • Donelson, Lee SEE Robbery, Ridgeland
  • Doney, Judith
    • Hopes to open head injury center, 9/21/85, 1C
  • Dongieux, Marion
    • Coin operated washers, 7/30/86, 8B
    • Dongieux's Industrial Equipment
      • Business profile, 3/12/90, 4E
  • Donnell, Linda
    • Author of "Bloom...," 1D; 1/7/89
  • Donovan, Joe
    • Acting fire chief has many ideas, 4/29/91, 1B
    • City Council considers him for chief post, 6/6/91, 5B
    • City Council OKs him as fire chief, 6/11/91, 1A; 6/12/91, 4B
    • Ditto recommends he be made permanent fire chief, 5/22/91, 4B; 5/29/91, 4B
    • Opposed as interim Jackson fire chief, 4/9/91, 1A; 4/10/91, 1A; 4/16/91, 1A
    • Salary set at $64,080, 6/19/91, 4B
  • Dontesk Ballet Theater
    • Ukrainian dance troup to be reimbursed by Philadelphia promoter, 11/17/92, 5B
  • Donuts
    • Donut baker John Goins has to be early riser
      • A Day in the Life, 1/6/92, 1D
  • Donuts SEE ALSO Robbery, Jackson---Jelly donut...
  • Doolittle, Kirstin
    • Jackson student to study in Australia, 12/14/90, 4B
  • Door Jams
    • Rock band appears at Inez's Place, 5/2/91, 3E
  • Doppler radar
    • Ellason Color 3-D weather system helping south Mississippi, 6/9/93, 3B
    • Jackson to get sophisticated weather system, 1/5/93, 1B
  • Dormitories
    • Decorating a dorm room, 8/23/89, 1D
    • Ground broken for luxury dorm at JSU, 9//6/89, 4B
    • Housing shortage at Ole Miss and MSU, 8/29/89, 1B
    • Jackson State University
      • Fire reveals absence of fire alarm protection, 12/10/90, 1A
    • Ole Miss
      • Electrical surge cuts off power to Stockard-Martin, 9/2/89, 1B
      • Morning fire in Crosby Hall, 11/28/89, 1A; 12/7/89, 5B
  • Dorr, Donald
    • Wins ASCAP's Taylor award, 12/31/87, 1E
  • Dorris, Alan
    • Admits 2 Greenville killings, faces 3 more charges, 8/28/93, 1A
    • Charged with murder by Hinds County; motive still sought, 7/13/93, 3B
    • Cooksey's nude dancing started slaying spree, he says, 10/1/93, 1A
    • Families of Jackson victims decide on plea bargaining, 9/1/93, 4B
    • Pleads guilty to 1993 triple slaying; given 3 life terms, 8/16/94, 1B
    • Probe of mass slaying finding few answers, 7/11/93, 1B
    • Psychiatrist to evaluate murder suspect, 12/7/93, 2B
    • Scheduled for Hinds County court appearance, 8/28/93, 4B
    • Shooting spree: 5 dead in Jackson and Greenville, 7/9/93, 1A
    • Shooting victim Stacey Cooksey was abused as a child, 7/10/93, 1A
    • Slayings are 'nightmare' for families and friends, 7/10/93, 9A
    • Slayings suspect waives extradition, 7/14/93, 1B
    • Suspect reveals no motive in killing of 5, 7/10/93, 1A
    • Who foots bill for guarding Dorris?, 7/21/93, 1B
    • Will face first murder trial in Greenville, 7/17/93, 4B; 7/22/93, 1A
  • Dorris, Alan SEE ALSO Laney, Michael
  • Dorsey, Harold SEE Museum of Art
  • Dorsey, L.C. SEE Delta Health Center
  • Dory, Michael
    • Shot, left in trunk of car; slaying said to be drug related, 1/29/93, 4B
  • Doss, Carl (Carl Doss Ware) SEE Lackett, Amy Lynn
  • Doss, Evan
    • Assault hearing, 6/27/86, 1A
    • Bond deadline passes; could lose job, 9/19/88, 1A
    • Charged with assault after fight with county supervisor, 6/8/91, 3B
    • Claiborne Co. tax collector must file bond, 9/14/88, 4B
    • Claiborne tax assessor acquitted in assault trial, 1B; 1/14/89
    • Facing assault charges for second time in 4 months, 9/13/91, 2B
    • Files Assault charges, 6/7/86, 1A
    • Given 23-day extension to file bond, 9/20/88, 1A
    • Says he will close Claiborne County tax collector's office, 12/29/89, 1B
    • Supervisors question bond by Doss, 10/14/88, 3B
    • Tax collector - Arrested: Hit Skippy Tuminello, 8/16/88, 1A
    • Wants assurances of income from gambling developers, 1/6/91, 3B
  • Dossett, Bill SEE Stabbings, Pearl
  • Dossett, R.B.
    • He's `Mr. Natchez Trace', 12/13/87, 1E
  • Doster, John
    • Biloxi man buried standing up, as he requested, 12/7/93, 3B
  • Double Dare SEE Nickelodeon channel
  • Doublecote LLC
    • Steel processing plant at Byram, 3/16/95, 5B; 5/15/92, 5B; 8/5/93, 5B
  • Douglas & Lomason
    • Closes Cleveland chrome automobile parts plant, 2/10/94, 5B
  • Douglas Drive rape and robbery SEE Rape, Jackson---Douglas Drive...
  • Douglas, Ben SEE Perspiration
  • Douglas, Edwin SEE Los Angeles riots
  • Douglas, Ellen
    • Author speaks on her books, 2/22/88, 1C
    • Fairy tale book, 5/20/87, 1C
    • Jackson author, 6/20/85, 1C
    • Latest novel:"Can't Quit You, Baby," 6/19/88, 3F
    • Son as writer, 3/3/87, 1C
    • You can't quit her latest, 7/3/88, 3F
  • Douglass Drive
    • Jackson neighborhood's residents object to new development, 10/12/91, 5B
  • Douzenis, George
    • Jackson eatery closes in lease dispute, 2/6/88, 1B
  • Dove Awards SEE Gospel music
  • Dove hunting, 9/7/86, 16D
  • Dove, Joe
    • New business editor of 'Clarion-Ledger', 4/19/94, 1B
  • Dow-Jones Industrial Averages
    • 2000 barrier, 1/9/87, 1A
  • Dow-Jones Industrial Averages SEE ALSO Stock market
  • Dowbak, John
    • Convicted of arson, cannot practice while appealing, 7/10/92, 3B
    • Facing second trial in arson case, 4/22/92, 3B; 5/6/92, 3B
    • Judge denies bond; doctor sent to jail, 8/9/92, 2B
    • Starkville physician's arson trial ends in jury deadlock, 2/11/92, 3B
    • Stripped of medical license, 8/21/92, 3B; 9/18/92, 3B
  • Dowdle, Bob
    • Accused of cursing county employee Lee Westbrook; she resigns, 4/22/94, 5B
    • Madison County supervisor alters his vote in board minutes, 4/22/94, 1B; 4/23/94, 4B
  • Dowdy, Wayne
    • "My voting record reflects progressiveness," 10/4/88, 1B
    • Absences due to "commitment," 10/29/86, 1B
    • Acid rain controversy, 7/20/86, 1A
    • Announces candidacy for governor, 5/12/91, 1B; 5/15/91, 1A
    • Banking on no-frills, down-home approach in governor's race, 6/30/91, 1A
    • Candidate for governor puts forth education policy, 9/7/91, 1B
    • Candidate wants out-of-state companies taxed to lower tag costs, 9/12/91, 3B
    • Coalition says confused about acid rain, 8/22/86, 3B
    • Considers low-budget approach for governor's race, 11/18/90, 1H
    • Criticized for voting record on acid rain, 2/22/88, 1B
    • Derides foes' criticism of his record, 3/6/88, 1A
    • Dowdy spent $2.1 M in failed bid to replace Stennis in US Senate, 12/15/88, 1B
    • Eases his restrictions on out-of-state campaign money, 6/5/91, 3B
    • Home is where the heart is for Dowdy, 1B; 1/30/89
    • Honored by Democratic legislators with reception, 3/31/91, 3B; 4/2/91, 1B
    • Hopes to pull another race out of fire, 10/16/88, 1H
    • If elected would open Parole Board hearings, 5/29/91, 2B; 5/30/91, 1A
    • Joins 3 others in new law firm, 3/2/89, 3B
    • Legislators at reception noncommital on Dowdy challenge, 4/2/91, 1B
    • Makes Mabus' out-of-state money a campaign issue, 5/26/91, 1G
    • Name surfaces as possible Mabus opponent, 7/8/90, 3H; 7/15/90, 2H
    • New ads target rural, older voters; believes his chances good, 11/1/88, 3B
    • Offers new series of commercials based on issues, 10/6/88, 1B
    • Praised for his good relationship with Legislature, 5/15/91, 3B
    • Protesters dispute his Columbia ad, 10/20/88, 3B
    • Returned $1000 from movie official, 9/6/88, 3B
    • Rides the rails, runs off tracks, 9/8/88, 1B
    • Roll-call record in Congress, 1/31/88, 3I
    • Says being offered financial aid to run for governor, 2/28/91, 1B
    • Says no magic solution to deficit, 2/19/88, 1B
    • Says state tax system needs review, 6/20/91, 3B
    • Stennis to campaign for Dowdy, 10/22/88, 10A
    • To run for Senate, 10/20/87, 1A; 10/22/87, 1B
    • Train trip derailed again, 9/9/88, 1B
    • Will replace DECD's Holladay if elected governor, 6/12/91, 1B
    • With work, he could be formidable opponent for Mabus, 5/19/91, 3G
  • Dowdy, Wayne SEE ALSO Governor's race, 1991
  • Down's Syndrome
    • Child in Pearl, 2/20/87, 1B
    • Holly Wallace from Gulfport, 3/5/88, 1A
  • Downing, Dorothy
    • Retires from Gayfers; raring to go, 7/26/91, 1E
  • Downing, Margaret SEE Clarion-Ledger
  • Downrown Criterium
    • Pro bicycle race in Natchez, 7/11/93, 1B
  • Downtown Athletic Club
    • New facility, 4/17/87, 8B
  • Downtown Grill
    • Oxford
      • Restaurant review, 8/6/92, 4E
  • Downtown Jackson SEE Capital Centre Inc
  • Downtown Jackson SEE Jackson---Downtown...
  • Downtown Mall
    • Tupelo
      • City officials want to buy, 3/22/90, 6B
  • Dowsing, Kevin
    • His body found in anchorwoman Beverly Thomas' car, 2/7/92, 5B; 2/8/92, 3B
    • Vincent Wayne McCoy of Tupelo charged with Dowsings's murder, 2/13/92, 4B
  • Dozier, D.J.
    • Talks about his faith on ACTS program, 12/8/90, 1D
  • DPTs SEE Dispenser Payment Terminals
  • Dr. John (Mac Rabennack)
    • Musician, 5/2/87, 1A
    • Piano player at Hal & Mal's, 4/21/89, 1D
  • Drag racing
    • Union County spectator killed, 8/24/92, 3B; 8/25/92, 3B
  • Dragon's Garden
    • Restaurant review, 8/10/89, 4F
  • Drainage SEE Roads and streets, Jackson
  • Drake, Edna SEE Jackson/Hinds Youth Detention Center
  • Drake, Godfrey
    • Vietnam veteran embroiled in red tape; benefit requests ignored, 3/16/92, 1B
  • Drake, John SEE Bosnian conflict
  • Draper, Nikki
    • Former Murrah student films documentary on school's integration, 2/25/90, 1E
  • Draughon's Business College
    • To close down after 87 years, 7/19/91, 5B
  • DREAM, 2/5/87, 1F
    • Colorful tabloid 'Smart Living', 12/10/91, 4B
    • Coloring book not endorsed, 11/29/86, 1B
    • Conference to combat drug abuse and gangs in small towns, 8/30/93, 1A; 8/31/93, 3B
    • Expanding its 'Be Smart Project', 9/11/90, 4B
    • Founder Warren Hood is honored, 10/27/93, 4B
    • Hopes to enlist aid of churches and religious groups, 10/10/92, 1D
    • Just say no week, 1988, 4/9/88, 1B
    • Local drug-abuse group gains national stature, 10/21/93, 1D
    • Parents attend 'drug-free night', 3/27/92, 4B
    • Party at Coliseum, 4/5/86, 1B
    • Say Boo to Drugs Parade, 10/30/93, 4B
    • Sponsors planning Red Ribbon Week, 8/25/92, 4B
    • Statewide activities, Fall 1994, 10/18/94, 4B
    • The Amazon Frog has a message, 3/16/93, 4B
  • Dream Builders SEE Habitat for Humanity
  • Dreamgirls
    • Broadway hit comes to Jackson, 3/30/89, 1D
  • Dreher, David
    • Jackson lawyer disbarred after guilty plea to embezzlement, 1/12/93, 3B; 10/9/91, 2B
  • Dress codes, Mississippi
    • New school year may see change in dress, 8/15/93, 1A
    • Students codes, 10/3/89, 4B
    • What students wear to school may be matter of safety, 10/15/94, 1B
  • Dress codes, Pearl
    • High School's code called unfair by some students, 10/8/92, 1B
  • Dress designers SEE Fashion designers
  • Dressing rooms SEE Stores
  • Drew, Mississippi
    • Council approves 11 p.m. curfew, 7/21/90, 2B
    • Melee following high school football game, 10/30/91, 1A
    • Town tries to solve problems, make comeback, 1/29/89; 4B
  • Drexel Burnham Lambert
    • State will get $100,000 in firm's fraud settlement, 7/12/89, 6B
  • Drifters SEE Bill Pinkney's Original Drifters
  • Drinking age
    • Bars not dried up
      • 10/4/87, 3B
    • Changes to 21, 9/28/86, 1B; 9/30/86, 1A
    • Cleveland
      • Judge clears bar owner, 11/19/86, 1A
    • Last day for 18 yr. olds, 10/1/86, 1A
    • Lawsuits for bar owners, 11/30/86, 1A
    • Younger drinkers will go to Louisiana, 8/3/86, 1A
  • Drinking fountains
    • Hinds County hopes to exchange water coolers for fountains, 1/4/90, 5B
    • Jones County Courthouse, 4/5/89, 1A; 7/28/89, 1B; 8/8/89, 5B; 8/9/89, 5B
      • National NAACP joins fight, 8/16/89, 1B
      • Race labels covered up, 4/7/89, 1A; 11/2/89, 1A
  • Drinking water SEE Water supply
  • Drive-by shooting, Canton
    • Driver shot by passing motorist, 6/24/91, 2B
  • Drive-by shooting, Clinton
    • Woman injured in eye and shoulder, 3/16/93, 5B
  • Drive-by shooting, Columbia
    • Teen Terreance Abraham killed, 8/25/91, 4B
  • Drive-by shooting, Hattiesburg
    • Teenager wounded, 7/22/91, 3B
  • DRIVE-BY SHOOTING, JACKSON
    • FREQUENCY OF SHOOTINGS RISES IN JACKSON, 6/10/91, 1A
  • Drive-by shooting, Jackson
    • Kelvin Young who survived April incident killed in holdup, 11/7/91, 6B
    • Kelvin Young--still no one arrested for his murder, 11/7/94, 1A
    • Suspect sought in Jackson incident, 10/16/92, 4B; 10/20/92, 5B
    • Suspect sought in two incidents, 6/18/91, 5B
    • Teen injured; police say incident gang related, 5/8/90, 1A; 5/9/90, 5B
    • Teen is city's 54th homicide; mother was slain in July, 9/28/91, 1A
    • Teen suffers bullet wound in leg, 5/20/91, 3B
    • Teenager dead, 2 wounded on Baker Street, 9/5/92, 1A
    • Teenager is city's 39th victim this year, 6/13/91, 5B
    • Teenager wounded in year's 38th incident, 6/11/91, 5B
    • Tipster leads to arrest in December 29th murder, 6/25/91, 1B
    • Two men injured in gang-related incident, 8/14/91, 4B
    • Youth injured in Presidential Hills, 5/10/91, 4B
    • Youth shot in leg on Terry Road
      • Racial incident, 7/4/94, 1B; 7/5/94, 1B
    • Youths held for incident outside Hardy Middle School, 10/29/91, 1B
  • Drive-by shooting, JSU
    • Football player James Johnson in stable condition, 9/16/91, 1A; 9/17/91, 1A
  • Drive-by shooting, Meridian
    • Woman shot; 5 youths arrested, 8/1/93, 2B; 8/5/93, 2B
  • Drive-by shooting, Mississippi
    • Bill would toughen penalties, 1/20/93, 3B
    • Officials seek change in gun law---no weapons in cars, 9/24/92, 1B
  • Drive-by shooting, Pearl
    • Man Donald Childers killed on I-20, 9/6/92, 2B; 10/20/92, 1B; 10/31/92, 5B
  • Drive-by shooting, Raleigh
    • Man Jerome Fletcher charged with RHS incident, 9/16/93, 3B
  • Drive-by shooting, Raymond
    • Man John Black is fired on; fires back, 6/11/92, 4B
  • Drive-by shooting, Terry
    • Shootings blamed on gang turf fights, 11/23/93, 5B
  • Drive-by shooting, Tougaloo
    • Man Clifton Gilbert walking in Tougaloo area slain, 11/10/93, 4B
  • Drive-in burglaries SEE Pawnshops, Jackson
  • Drive-in theaters, 8/23/87, 1E
    • Hattiesburg
      • Life under silver screen: Beverly Drive-In, 7/8/90, 5B; 12/9/91, 1B
  • Driver education
    • Courses offered to older drivers, 7/5/89, 1D
    • Good grade will exempt some from taking Highway Patrol test, 6/8/89, 1B
  • Driver's license
    • Bill would raise age for license from 15 to 16, 1/30/94, 3G (Minor); 11/18/93, 1A
    • Canton examining station closed, 1/19/91, 5B
    • Commercial licenses mean waiting in line, losing money, 3/25/92, 1B; 4/2/92, 3B
    • House OKs bill to warn of suspension, 4/29/91, 2B
    • House passes bill to raise cost of license, 4/9/92, 2B
    • New commercial license law would hurt pulpwood drivers, 1/31/92, 5B
    • New regulations for commercial licenses, update 4/1/91, 3B; 1/1/90, 1A; 1/20/92, 3B
    • Reminder notices for renewal will no longer be mailed, 2/8/91, 3B
    • Ridgeland loses bureau at police headquarters, 3/22/92, 5B
    • Senate OKs $7 cost hike, 3/12/92, 2B
    • State has no means of weeding out impaired drivers, 5/14/91, 3B
    • Students say withholding dropouts' licenses is unfair, 12/23/89, 5B
    • Suspended license means jail in Madison County, 12/7/89, 1B
  • Driver, James G SEE Drunken driving
  • Drivers' records SEE Automobile insurance
  • Driveways SEE Gravel
  • Drivin' and Cryin'
    • Band appears at Hal & Mal's, 5/6/91, 1D
  • Driving under the influence SEE Drunken driving
  • Dropout rate
    • Army recruiters urge students to stay in school, 12/3/91, 4B
    • Baton rouge program is model for state prevention plan, 9/3/91, 4B
    • Camden program giving students 'second chance', 2/5/91, 4B
    • College dropout rate among blacks cause of concern, 11/7/91, 3B
    • Community colleges' program for single women, displaced homemakers, 7/1/91, 2B
    • Dropping out is dead end for too many in Mississippi, 9/3/91, 4B
    • Gulf Coast Community College expands plan, 9/14/93, 3B
    • Gulfport program for teen mothers gets high rating, 12/7/90, 4B
    • Hour of Educational Accountability symposium, 9/29/92, 1A
    • Mississippi graduation rate remains low, 5/3/90, 1B
    • Mississippi rate is 11.7% (1990 census figures), 9/29/92, 1A (box)
    • MP&L targets dropouts with grant program, 8/17/90, 4B
    • Natchez alternative schools aims to reduce, 9/8/89, 4B
    • No single solution to curb dropout rate, 9/13/93, 5A
    • Poll says dropouts should not drive, 10/29/89, 14A
    • Project Reaching Out in Gulfport, 2/20/90, 3B
    • Starkville High has program to lessen rate, 6/5/90, 3B
    • Student teams brainstorm on problem, 9/29/89, 1B
    • Study: dropouts have learning problems, lack family support, 2/9/90, 4B
  • Drott, Kelly SEE Dye, Lindsey
  • Drought
    • 12 counties qualify for aid loans, 7/20/88, 1B
    • 2 river bottlenecks ease on Mississippi River, 7/9/88, 1B
    • 27 straight dry days, rivers closed to pumping, 5/20/88, 1A
    • 750 barges stacked up on Miss. River, 6/15/88, 1A
    • Acreage expectations met despite drought, 7/17/88, 4B
    • Ban on pumping expands, 5/25/88,5/22/88, 4B
    • Barge bottleneck ended, 6/19/88, 1A,1B
    • Christmas trees, 6/29/88, 8B
    • Cochran said Congress will act on drought, 7/23/88, 3B
    • Corps may tap Great Lakes to raise river, 6/22/88, 1A
    • Corps tries to stay ahead of falling river, 7/10/88, 1B
    • Costs farmers, 7/2/88, 7/4/88, 1A
    • Cotton holds, other crops losing ground, 6/26/88, 1B
    • Crop results surprisingly good, 10/25/88, 8B
    • Delta fears sinkholes, 7/11/88, 1A
    • Drought assistance helping farmers, 7/10/88, 6B
    • Drought bill should help state farmers, 8/12/88, 8B
    • Drought relief applications being taken, 10/4/88, 8B
    • Drought relief brings profit to many farmers, 12/17/89, 1G
    • Drought relief can't help some farmers, 8/31/88, 1B
    • Dry weather all summer, 6/18/88, 1A,1B,7B
    • Espy:Aid on way for farmers, 7/16/88, 1A
    • Experts warn that crop yields will be below normal, 8/8/88, 1A
    • Fan on fireworks considered, 7/1/88, 1A
    • Illinois oks Great Lakes plan, 6/24/88,1A,1B
    • Less food sources mean fewer trophy deer, 6/26/88, 10D
    • Mabus to seek Federal relief;1000 barges wait, 6/17/88, 1A
    • Mabus tours drought area, 6/28/88, 1A,1B
    • Mississippi River to hit record lows, 6/11/88, 2B
    • More counties get drought relief, 1A,6/26/88, 3B; 6/25/88
    • Oyster crop endangered, 7/10/88, 1B
    • Parts of 2 rivers shut off to farm pumps, 6/4/88, 1A
    • Prayers that rain will come, 6/20/88, 1B
    • Prices down for crops, cattle, 5/29/88,4B; 6/2/88,8B; 6/3/88,1B
    • Raindrops fell ban on farm pumping, 7/15/88, 1B
    • River traffic detours to Tenn-Tom, 6/22/88, 1B
    • Sandbar grounds barges, 7/2/88, 1A
    • State climatologist doesn't believe greenhouse effect causing drought, 7/6/88, 1A
    • State declared Agricultural disaster, 9/14/88,8B
    • State draws up drought plan to help, 7/8/88, 1B
    • State to ban pumping lakes, 6/23/88,1A
    • Watermelon crop hurt, 10/2/88, 3B
    • Ways studied to assist drought areas, 6/16/88, 1A
    • Wildfire alert, 6/12/88,1A; 6/13/88,6/14/88,8B
  • Drownings, Adams County
    • Youths drown in rain-swollen creek, 7/2/89, 1A
  • Drownings, Attala County
    • Pond dragged for body of missing boy, 5/10/93, 3B
  • Drownings, Biloxi
    • Crewman die when tug sinks in ship channel, 3/30/91, 1B
  • Drownings, Bolton
    • Boy of 12 drowns in pond, 1/21/91, 2B
  • Drownings, Brandon
    • Cole's body recovered, 4/25/91, 4B
    • Fisherman Wayne Cole, in Crystal Lake, 4/21/91, 1B; 4/22/91, 3B; 4/23/91, 5B
  • Drownings, Charleston
    • Swollen Pearl River claims youth Christopher Reed, 5/2/91, 1B
  • Drownings, Clarke County
    • Search continues for 2 children lost in river, 4/18/93, 2B
  • Drownings, Clinton
    • Child drowns in Westgate Hills pool, 6/7/92, 3B
  • Drownings, Coffeeville
    • 7 drown in lake, 5/31/88, 1A; 6/1/88, 1A
    • Funeral, 6/3/88, 1A
    • Sheriff weighs charges, 6/2/88, 1B
  • Drownings, Columbus
    • Man Frank Barksdale found in Luxapalila Creek, 12/3/91, 3B
  • Drownings, Corinth
    • Team manager revives ballplayer with CPR, 7/14/91, 1B
  • Drownings, Crystal Springs
    • Child, 3, drowns in neighbor's pool, 1/25/93, 3B
  • Drownings, Flowood
    • Madison County sheriff's son Cooper Hopkins, 10/25/94, 1B, 2B
  • Drownings, Gautier
    • Youth lost as family boat sinks off Horn Island, 9/15/92, 3B
  • Drownings, Greenwood
    • Boy, would-be rescuer both drown in bayou, 1/24/90, 1B
  • Drownings, Hattiesburg
    • Bodies of 2 men fished from Leaf River, 7/5/90, 2B
    • McComb man Darrell Garner had survivable heart attack, 6/8/92, 3B
  • Drownings, Jackson
    • Boy is pulled from JSU pool, 6/23/90, 3B
    • Child drowns in toilet bowl, 5/7/91, 1B
    • Child Lillie Hartford pulled from grandmother's pool, 11/21/91, 4B; 11/22/91, 4B
    • City man Walter Bracy drowns in Pearl River, 7/22/91, 1B
    • Elderly man Willie Lee Brown dies in swollen creek, 3/24/94, 4B; 5/2/93, 4B
    • Four-year-old Christopher Krombholz drowns, 5/3/90, 1A; 5/4/90, 3B; 5/5/90, 5B
    • Man drowns in Pearl River, 3/31/89, 1B
    • Motel worker saves 9-year-old in Days Inn pool, 8/9/91, 4B
    • Neighbors revive baby who fell in bathtub, 6/23/91, 2B
    • Pearl river fisherman drowns trying to unsnag line, 6/18/90, 2B; 6/19/90, 5B
    • Small child almost drowns in south Jackson complex pool, 7/6/90, 5B
    • Teenager drowns in county lake, 4/22/90, 1B; 4/24/90, 5B
    • Victim Tremayne Steele, 4/28/87, 1A
  • Drownings, Jackson SEE ALSO Mosby, Gail
  • Drownings, Leflore County
    • 2 sisters lost in Tallahatchie River, 7/1/93, 3B
  • Drownings, Madison County
    • Philadelphia boater drowns in Pearl River, 5/18/92, 3B
    • Rescue efforts fail; youth drowns in farm pond, 6/8/91, 1B
  • Drownings, Mississippi
    • Alcohol and water don't mix; drowning statistics, 5/24/92, 1B
    • Playing in state's overflowing creeks very dangerous, 7/5/89, 1A
    • State lacks laws to make pools safe, 7/30/93, 1B
    • Weekend drownings claim 4 statewide, 7/12/93, 1B
    • Woman Gail Mosby's death 'a contract-killing', 12/11/92, 4B
  • Drownings, Mound Bayou
    • Body of boy found in stream, 7/6/89, 1B
  • Drownings, MVSU
    • School officials won't discuss boy's drowning in pool, 7/9/91, 3B; 7/10/91, 3B
  • Drownings, Ocean Springs
    • Teenager Kevin Shaw 'pressured' to jump from canoe, 10/20/93, 3B
  • Drownings, Pascagoula
    • 3 boaters found dead off Horn Island, 4/11/93, 3B
  • Drownings, Pickens
    • Indiana man Bobby Anderson drowns in Big Black, 5/20/92, 2B
  • Drownings, Raymond
    • Child Chance Jones, 1/4/93, 2B
  • Drownings, Reservoir
    • Child revived after 20-minute underwater ordeal, 8/25/91, 4B; 8/26/91, 2B
  • Drownings, Ross Barnett Reservoir
    • Anthony Kalantzis drowns on ski trip, 8/17/94, 1B
    • Infant Brad Johnson dies, 3/5/91, 1B
    • Missing man four IDs, 6/21/91, 5B; 6/23/91, 3B; 6/29/91, 4B
    • Three-year-old girl drowns, 6/13/90, 1A
  • Drownings, Scott County
    • 2 cousins die during family reunion, 7/4/94, 1A
  • Drownings, Terry
    • Fisherman Bill Leonburger disappears near Pearl River, 6/15/91, 5B; 6/16/91, 2B
  • Drownings, Vancleave
    • Girl dies in Heber Springs bridge collapse, 10/30/89, 1A
  • Drownings, Vicksburg
    • Jackson man drowns while fishing in Eagle Lake area, 3/7/91, 5B
  • Drownings, Yazoo River
    • Services set for barge worker Thomas Tucker, 10/25/94, 3B
  • Drug abuse SEE Drugs
  • Drug Abuse Resistance Education
    • Program by Jackson police, 1/30/92, 4B; 10/22/91, 3B
  • Drug agent
    • Houston/Chickasaw County salary dispute, 9/8/93, 3B
    • Norton saved by bullet-proof vest in Byram raid, 12/7/90, 1A; 12/8/90, 5B; 12/12/90, 1B
  • Drug Depot
    • To open in Jackson, 7/23/86, 8B
  • Drug dogs SEE Dogs
  • Drug Emporium, 5/1/89, 8E
  • Drug informants SEE Informants
  • Drug money SEE Federal Asset Forfeiture Sharing Program
  • Drug raids SEE ALSO D.A.R.T.
  • Drug raids SEE ALSO Operation Streetclean
  • Drug raids, Aberdeen
    • Fourteen arrested in drug roundup, 3/21/90, 5B
  • Drug raids, Adams County
    • Traffic stop yields $896,000 worth of marijuana, 12/19/94, 3B
  • Drug raids, Belzoni
    • 17 arrested in drug roundup, 2/10/89, 6B
  • Drug raids, Bolivar County
    • Operation Cocaine nets 30, 5/13/88, 1A
    • Shaw mayor arrested, 5/13/88, 1A
    • Shaw mayor arrested for theft, 5/28/88,3B; 6/8/88,1B
  • Drug raids, Byram
    • Agents honored for bravery in Byram shootout, 5/15/91, 2B
    • Charges still unresolved after one year, 12/6/91, 1A
    • Combined operation nets 34 arrests in 5 counties, 11/15/94, 3B
    • Shoot-out at mobile home, 12/7/90, 1A; 12/8/90, 5B; 12/12/90, 1B
    • Woman called in robbery to 911 morning of raid, 12/13/90, 1B
  • Drug raids, Calhoun County
    • 33 arrested, 1/31/93, 2B
  • Drug raids, Canton
    • 2 arrested on marijuana charges; others being sought, 12/16/92, 4B
    • Funeral home raided, 12/4,12/5,12/8/87, 1B,1A
    • Funeral home raided in $1,000,000 case, 12/3/87, 1A
    • Madison County roundup nets 22 in marijuana ring, 3/14/91, 1B
  • Drug raids, Canton school sweep yields small results, 3/26/93, 4B
  • Drug raids, Coast area
    • Suppliers targeted in raids in three counties, 4/2/91, 1A
  • Drug raids, Greenville
    • Arrests in crackdown include city firefighter, 12/15/94, 2B
    • Newsman Chet Stovall, 23 others arrested in raid, 1/5/91, 4B
  • Drug raids, Greenwood
    • 79 warrants issued in major sweep, 6/18/93, 3B
    • Fourteen arrested in bust by task force, 2/23/89, 1B
    • Tip helps agents nail dealers, 8/31/94, 3B
  • Drug raids, Gulf Coast
    • Three busts yield 160 pounds of marijuana, 3/10/89, 4B
  • Drug raids, Gulfport
    • Cash and cars seized in raids, 1/2/91, 1A
  • Drug raids, Hancock County
    • Marijuana seizure:2 plead guilty, 6/29/88, 3B
  • Drug raids, Hinds County
    • Sheriff McMillin driving Acura seized in raid, 9/3/94, 1A
  • Drug raids, Indianola
    • 17 arrests made; long overdue, residents say, 1/21/93, 3B
  • Drug raids, Jackson
    • $56,000 confiscated, 4 adults arrested, 3/27/93, 4B
    • 4 arrested, including 'top-level kingpin', 1/23/93, 1B; 12/10/92, 1A
    • 4 arrested: 25 pounds of marijuana found, 12/24/93, 3B
    • 6 arrested, $144,000 seized in bust, 11/16/94, 3B
    • After neighborhood sweeps, police win praise, 2/5/92, 1B; 4/4/92, 1B
    • Apartment on Robinson Street raided, 4 arrested, 8/19/93, 2B
    • Ash Street house custody taken over by Jackson police, 4/1/92, 1B
    • Cash seized at Keele St. apartment: Braxton house seized, 3/11/94, 4B
    • Cash, drugs, guns taken; 400-pound Robert T. Morris left, 5/21/92, 4B
    • Chief Wilson tells Council sweeps will resume, 8/21/93, 4B
    • Crystal methamphetamine ring, 11/30/87, 1B
    • Ditto declares war on midtown drug pushers, 11/7/90, 5B
    • Man charged in heroin bust, 4/30/88, 1B
    • Man criticizes policy: 'looking for poor without licenses', 4/1/93, 4B
    • Narcotics dog, 3/12/86, 1B
    • Newly formed SWAT team makes eight arrests, 9/27/91, 1B
    • No Exception Drug Enforcement nets 26 arrests, 6/27/90, 1B
    • Operation Knockout makes 36 arrests, 4/6/88, 1B
    • Operation Streetclean targets street gangs, 12/9/92, 4B; 12/12/92, 2B
    • Police clean up neighborhoods with sweeps, 2/1/92, 1B; 2/2/92, 1B; 2/3/92, 2B
    • Police target drugs near schools, 8/19/92, 3B
    • Raid snares $6000 in still-boxed stolen merchandise, 9/16/93, 4B
    • Six Detroit residents jailed, 9/4/88, 4B
  • Drug raids, Jackson, Brandon
    • Morning busts net $90,000, cars, drugs, 12/18/92, 4B
  • Drug raids, Jefferson Davis County
    • Roundup nets 17 arrests, 10/20/89, 1B; 10/21/89, 1B; 10/24/89, 3B
  • Drug raids, Laurel
    • Bust nets 21, 12/16/87, 1A
    • Lampley arrested in city's biggest haul ever, 5/25/91, 1B
    • Men implicated in kidnap/torture of Meridian women, 7/29/92, 3B
    • Nineteen of 36 arrested in drug raids, 5/19/90, 1B
  • Drug raids, Lee County
    • Seven arrested, more expected, 9/11/88, 4B
  • Drug raids, Lincoln County
    • Arrests made, 3/5/88, 4B
    • Estate seized in bust to be sold, 7/10/88, 1A; 7/22/89, 1B
    • Estate to go on sale, 9/10/88, 1B
    • Feds consider selling home, 7/23/88, 3B
  • Drug raids, Lowndes County
    • Probe yields 5 arrest, 2/25/88, 3B
  • Drug raids, Mississippi
    • Boost in drug arrests credited to agencys' cooperation, 4/17/90, 2B
    • Sixty-eight drug arrests in 4 counties, 10/30/87, 3B
    • Sweep in Forest and Jeff Davies counties
      • Statewide grand jury, 7/14/94, 1B
  • Drug raids, Natchez
    • Drug sweep nets 17 arrests, 5/30/90, 1B
    • Drug sweep yields 41 suspects, 5/9/91, 1B, 3B
    • Operation Turkey Call nabs 15 suspects, 11/22/94, 1B
    • Sweep nabs 41 suspects, 5/9/91, 1B, 3B
  • Drug raids, Neshoba County
    • Drug lab raided;5th suspect charged, 5129/88, 3B
  • Drug raids, Operation Streetclean: 3 gang leaders jailed in Jackson, 11/11/92, 1A; 11/12/92, 1B
  • Drug raids, Pearl
    • 6 arrested; drug sales said to be increasing, 9/1/92, 5B
  • Drug raids, Pelahatchie
    • 4 charged in drug bust, 1/19/93, 1B
  • Drug raids, Rankin County
    • Five indicted, 11/24/87, 1B
    • Residents praise police raids, 2/24/93, 3B
    • Sheriff's Department cracking down, 12/25/93, 3B
  • Drug raids, Scott County
    • 14 arrested in sting operation, 11/4/92, 2B
    • 18 arrested in drug raid, 2/8/90, 1B
    • Twenty-six arrested on drug charges, 2/13/88, 3B
  • Drug raids, Sunflower County
    • Twelve arrested in cocaine 'crack'down, 5/21/88, 1A
  • Drug raids, Tupelo
    • City's largest drug bust ever lands 70 in area jails, 2/15/91, 1A
  • Drug raids, US
    • Seizure of property: high court says a hearing must be held, 12/14/93, 1A
  • Drug raids, Waynesboro
    • Numerous arrests in drug raids, 12/28/90, 1A; 12/29/90, 3B
  • Drug raids, Yazoo City
    • Raids net 15 arrests, 8/30/91, 2B
  • Drug raids, Yazoo County
    • Sixteen arrested in raids, 4 more sought, 10/31/90, 3B
  • Drug Research and Education Association of Mississippi See: DREAM
  • Drug Smuggling Interdiction Center
    • Gulfport, 10/20/87, 1B
  • Drug stores
    • Greenville
      • Residents rally to save historic building, 8/6/91, 2B
    • Methods cited to cut down on thefts, 9/13/92, 1B
    • Robberies, 11/28/86, 4B
  • Drug sweeps SEE Drug raids
  • Drug tests, Biloxi
    • Radio station urges candidates to volunteer, 4/29/89, 1B
  • Drug tests, Canton
    • All city employees to be tested, 9/22/93, 2B
  • Drug tests, Clairborne County
    • Ex-hospital worker files suit, 7/14/89, 3B
  • Drug tests, Greenville
    • May test city workers, 10/21/89, 2B
  • Drug tests, Harrison County
    • County uses new drug policy, 6/6/90, 1B; 6/7/90, 2B
  • Drug tests, Hinds Community College
    • Football players tested, 9/11/89, 1B; 9/16/89, 4B
  • Drug tests, Hinds County
    • Employee testing on hold until funding is found, 8/28/91, 4B
    • Road crews, bus drivers, etc. may be tested, 12/15/90, 1b
  • Drug tests, Jackson
    • 4 City Council members voluteer to be tested, 5/26/93, 4B
    • Acting police chief White wants tests for police force, 9/26/90, 1A
    • Ditto announces testing of city workers, 2/18/93, 1B; 2/19/93, 4B
    • School staff and students to be tested, 2/9/94, 1A
  • Drug tests, Leflore County
    • County will begin random drug testing, 8/24/94, 3B
  • Drug tests, Mississippi
    • Auditor Pete Johnson says elected officials should take tests, 5/17/89, 1B
    • Bill would mandate drug testing of legislators, 12/21/89, 1B
    • Carlton Turner opinion, 3/25/87, 1B
    • Employee drug testing rules delayed, 8/23/91, 5B
    • Government employers throughout state give them, 11/23/92, 1B
    • House votes for drug tests for elected officials, 2/8/90, 1A; 2/9/90, 3B
    • Lawmakers focus on schools, 2/28/88, 3B
    • Mississippi Power Company, 7/20/86, 16A
    • Panel endorsement on testing in schools, 3/19/87, 1A
    • Private schools testing students and staff, 2/8/94, 1A
    • Rise in drug testing forges drug-testing industries, 1/27/91, 1G
    • Senate approval of testing in schools, 3/20/87, 2B
    • Senate approves student drug tests, 3/17/88, 1A
    • Senate to hear testimony on student testing, 2/25/88, 4B
    • Teachers groups oppose testing, 2/26/88, 1B
    • Television Commercials on testing in schools, 3/6/87, 1B
    • Testing dies in House Committee, 4/6/88, 1A
    • Testing school children could leave damage, 3/2/88, 1B
    • Tests in schools, 3/3/87, 1A
  • Drug tests, Natchez
    • School employees' testing delay is urged, 1/11/92, 3B
  • Drug tests, Pascagoula
    • Schools will drug-test athletes, 3/24/90, 2B
  • Drug tests, Pearl
    • Wants to test city employees, 10/10/92, 4B
  • Drug tests, Ridgeland
    • All city employees to be tested, 4/20/94, 4B
  • Drug tests, Tupelo
    • City approves first testing of athletes, 7/8/88, 1A
    • Drug testing program considered a national pioneer;no steroid tests, 10/2/88, 1B
    • High school program gets positive reviews, 9/18/89, 1A
    • Seventy-five athletes tested, 8/30/88, 1A
    • Tests for athletes called "winner," 5/18/88, 1A
  • Drug tip hotline
    • Call 352-DRUGS in Jackson, 2/10/93, 1A; 12/23/92, 1B
  • Drug trafficking, Jackson
    • Drug detail arrests 200 in street-corner trafficking, 9/8/89, 5B
    • Metro Narcotics Unit targets local drug traffic, 9/3/90, 1B
    • Midtown North residents make stand against drugs, 7//28/90, 5B
    • Midtown residents to fight for drug-free streets, 8/15/89, 1B
    • Mother used son as cover in dealing drugs, 7/3/90, 3C; 7/31/90, 3B
    • Nichols denies bail for four, 11/14/92, 1B
    • Nigerians held without bond on drug charges, 2/12/91, 5B
    • Whiterock Apartment parents hope to avert drug problem, 6/21/90, 5B
  • Drug trafficking, Meridian
    • Loitering law aimed at street drug sales, 8/2/90, 2B
  • Drug trafficking, Mississippi
    • Arrest of California men supplying state cocaine, 4/11/91, 5B
    • Bureau of Narcotics wants uniform sentencing, 2/2/93, 1B
    • Game wardens no match for smugglers, 8/18/86, 1A
    • Traffickers are moving into rural states like Mississippi, 8/5/89, 1A
    • Truck stop drug sales lead to arrests, 12/1/89, 1B
  • Drug trafficking, Pascagoula
    • King William Hotel, a drug hangout, is demolished, 8/1/91, 2B
  • Drug trafficking, Prentiss
    • Traffic returns to Dope Road, 2/12/90, 1B
  • Drug treatment center
    • Terry residents protest, plans abandoned, 3/1/90, 2B
  • Drug-Free Schools and Communities Conference
    • Held in Jackso, 9/28/90, 4B
  • Druggists
    • Drug and alcohol abuse a serious problem, 1/25/93, 1D
  • Drugs SEE ALSO Alcoholism
  • Drugs SEE ALSO Cocaine; Crack cocaine; Designer drugs; LSD; Marijuana
  • Drugs SEE ALSO Crystal methamphetamine
  • Drugs SEE ALSO Drug raid; SEE ALSO Prescription drugs
  • Drugs, Belzoni
    • Attempted drug buy turns violent; 2 killed, 9/22/94, 3B
  • Drugs, Biloxi
    • Unusual mediums used to present anti-drug message, 1/3/89; 2B
  • Drugs, Brandon
    • Parents of graduates seek tax funding for drug-free party, 5/9/90, 1B
  • Drugs, Canton
    • Welch Street closed to slow drug traffic, 5/27/93, 4B
  • Drugs, Clarksdale
    • Official says ex-undercover agent took confiscated money, 8/16/91, 3B
  • Drugs, Clay County
    • Sheriff's deputy arrested; drug conspiracy alleged, 8/8/90, 2B
  • Drugs, Clinton
    • School program teaching parenting skills, 2/5/91, 4B
  • Drugs, Greenville
    • 4 brothers ran major operation like a business, 6/2/92, 3B
    • Drug-ring leaders get 12-year prison terms, 9/24/92, 1B
    • Probe leads to trafficking charges against 20, 1/25/93, 2B
  • Drugs, Greenwood
    • Delta drug kingpin gets 25 years on 11 drug counts, 1B; 1/14/89
    • Stigler guilty in drug ring, 10/21/88, 1A
  • Drugs, Gulfport
    • Blue Lightning's first year mild, 12/18/88, 1A
    • Grand jury to investigate missing seized drugs, 10/15/90, 2B
  • Drugs, Hinds County
    • McAdory fires narcotics officer over missing drugs and car, 7/4/90, 1A
  • Drugs, Holly Springs
    • Officials aim to clean up Cayce area, 11/14/88, 2B
  • Drugs, Indianola
    • Indianola Academy mandates drug tests, 3/28/89, 1B
  • Drugs, Jackson
    • Addiction to prescription drugs by Jan Outlaw, 5/24/89, 1G
    • Anti-drug rally at Lanier High School, 12/5/89, 3B
    • Big business on Jackson streets, 8/17/87, 1B,3B
    • Biracial group networking against substance abuse, 9/22/89, 1B
    • Bridge the Gap to coordinate anti-drug efforts, 10/12/88, 1B
    • BRIGADE anti-drug program involving 106 youths, 9/24/89, 6B
    • Capitol Cities Area Metro Narcotics unit, 7/27/90, 5B
    • City allows police to apply for federal grant for drug fight, 8/8/90, 1B
    • Dalton Street/Deer Park residents celebrate anti-drug fight, 7/21/90, 5B; 7/22/90, 1B
    • Designer-drug bust in northeast Jackson, 1/26/90, 1A; 1/27/90, 1B
    • Drug tip hotline: 352-DRUGS, 12/23/92, 1B
    • Dunbar would rather take jail term than disclose drug source, 11/4/89, 3B
    • Film 'White Girl' benefit at DeVille Cinema, 11/30/89, 1D
    • Financing war on drugs
      • Author: Margaret Barrett, 9/24/89, 2H
    • Five Colombians plead innocent:cocaine imports, 12/10/87, 10B
    • Georgetown neighborhood fights drugs, 11/16/90, 5B
    • Grant given police to combat street dealers, 10/3/91, 4B
    • Men face charges on distribution of marijuana, 2/2/88,5/7/88, 3B
    • Smith Robertson Mumeum panel urges treatment, not jails, 3/5/93, 3B
    • Students watch as California teens sentenced in drug case, 4/18/90, 4B
    • Trials for Colombians, 4/27,4/28,5/6/88, 1B
    • Wabbit emblem fights drug abuse, 3/29/88, 1B
    • Warren & Boatwright convicted of conspiracy, 12/9/86, 3B
  • Drugs, Lamar County
    • Sheriff Sistrunk using federal grant for drug education, 10/5/91, 2B
  • Drugs, Lauderdale County
    • District Attorney will revive 13-year-old case, 4/13/89, 1B
    • Fugitive who fled to Mexico after '76 conviction arrested, 3/4/89, 1B
  • Drugs, Lincoln County
    • Agents find lab in home, 5/14/88, 3B
  • Drugs, Madison County
    • Cash seized from deputy's deposit box, 12/15/87, 1B
  • Drugs, Meridian
    • Drug education officials to visit Meridian school, 1B; 1/30/89
    • Project D.A.R.E. success, 7/10/88, 1H
  • Drugs, Mississippi
    • $3.6 Million federal grant to cities to combat drug crime, 2/24/94, 1B
    • Anti-drug bill draws praise, fears, 9/13/86, 1B
    • Anti-drug rally, 11/2/86, 1B
    • Audit Department to account for money and property seized, 11/18/88, 4B
    • Bush's proposal funds officers, prisons for state, 9/7/89, 10A; 12/28/89, 5B
    • Bush's strategy praised by MSU historian Donald Mabry, 9/6/89, 9A
    • CBS cuts part of "Mighty Mouse," 7/26/88, 1A
    • Colombian gets 22 years on fed drug charges, 3/17/89, 1A
    • Colombian given 14 years on drug charges, 3/18/89, 3B
    • Dog's nose helps kids know to say no, 3/11/89, 1B
    • Drug abuse seems to lessen in counties with casinos, 3/26/94, 1A
    • Drug dealers' money used to pay salaries of drug agents, 8/26/89, 3B
    • Drug Enforcement Administration opens office in Oxford, 8/27/86, 1B
    • Drug fight,ng bill passes House, awaits funding implementation, 2/13/91, 3B
    • Drug-fighting bill dies in Senate, 4/6/90, 1A; 4/8/90, 6B
    • Drug-free state schools awards finalists, 2/1/89; 4B
    • Federal government gives state $4.8M grant to fight drugs, 3/14/91, 2B
    • Federal grants of $654,024 funneled to state prevention groups, 9/27/91, 1B
    • Girls Inc. says sexes require different treatments, 8/8/93, 1E
    • Government forms anti-drug task force, 9/12/86, 1A
    • Grant helps fund 16 anti-drug programs, 9/3/88, 4B
    • Hard drugs said common in schools, 2/9/89, 1B
    • House goes after drug dealers at schools, 1A; 1/20/89
    • House OKs bill allowing wiretaps against suspected dealers, 3/2/89, 3B
    • Legislators OK wiretaps on suspected drug dealer, 3/30/89, 3B
    • Mabus, Moore announce new effort in fight, 1B; 1/28/89
  • DRUGS, MISSISSIPPI
    • MAJORITY OF FATAL AUTO ACCIDENTS INVOLVE ALCOHOL AND DRUGS, 3/4/93, 1A
  • Drugs, Mississippi
    • Man fights extradition from Jamaica, 8/11/88,1B
    • Mexican crackdown will funnel drugs to Mississippi, 8/26/86, 1A
    • Money laundering, 8/3/86, 1A
    • More manpower, education and facilities needed, 11/18/87, 1B
    • New Federal guidelines used in sentencing, 6/17/88, 2B
    • New guidelines result in stiffer sentences, 3/3/89, 3B
    • Officials seek agenda in anti-drug war, 8/28/89, 1A
    • Officials urge curriculum on AIDS and drugs, 1B; 1/21/89
    • Panel says state should fight drugs in schools, 7/19/89, 3B
    • Raids netting large quantities of drugs, 8/10/86, 1A
    • Red ribbons to mark drug awareness, 10/23/89, 1B
    • Retired lawman Boyce Bratton says use brains to solve problem, 1/7/90, 1B
    • Senate bill would levy tax on illegal drugs, 2/20/90, 1B
    • Seven counties receive grant to hire narcotic officers, 12/6/87, 1B
    • State needs more narcotics agents and prison space, 9/13/89, 1A
    • State ranks 20th in federal grants to fight drugs, 12/30/90, 1B
    • State ranks fifth in alcohol and drug arrests, 9/23/90, 3B
    • State urged to set up central hot line, 3/29/90, 1B
    • Substance Abuse Policy Council task force report, 11/2/89, 1A
    • Trial date set on investigation leak, three indicted, 11/20-21/86, 1B
    • Who used them among state leaders, 11/13/87, 1C
  • Drugs, Mississippi SEE ALSO Travelling Criminal Apprehension Program
  • Drugs, Oxford
    • Indicted on drug charges: Charlie Glen Cook, 12/21/88, 1A
  • Drugs, Pike County
    • Kim Guidry pleads guilty to drug smuggling, 2/11/88, 1A
  • Drugs, Rankin County
    • Sheriff's deputy and dog make huge bust, 7/31/94, 3B; 8/2/94, 4B
  • Drugs, Starkville
    • Starkville group a model in drug abuse prevention, 12/26/88, 3B
  • Drugs, Tupelo
    • Judge upholds charges in "reverse sting" case, 11/18/88, 3B
  • Drugs, Vicksburg
    • Sheriff's Department to quickly burn seized drugs, 2/24/94, 3B
  • Drum Corps International
    • Cavaliers go on to win national title, 8/25/92, 1D
    • Cavaliers judged best, 8/2/92, 1A
    • Families support children's efforts, 8/16/93, 1D
    • Members aware of AIDS threat, 8/20/93, 1B
    • Protocol and tradition control competition, 8/17/93, 1D
    • Romance in the ranks, 8/18/93, 1D
    • Scouting Jackson as competition site, 11/26/91, 1A
    • To meet in Jackson in 1993, 1998, and 2003, 2/20/92, 1A
    • Viewer's guide, 7/31/92, 1E; 8/1/92, 3B
  • Drum Corps International SEE ALSO Summer Music Games
  • Drummond, Charity
    • 98-year-old woman makes few concessions to age, 4/1/90, 1W
  • Drunken boating
    • Boaters' DUI law prefiled with Legislature, 9/2/92, 2B
    • Mississippi asked to get tough on issue, 7/16/89, 2B
  • Drunken driving, Brandon
    • Ellis pleads guilty in crash that killed two teens, 1B; 2/1/89
    • Kolniak given 15 years, 9/24/94, 5B
    • Kolniak pleads guilty to Yamas fatality, 8/27/94, 1A
    • Yamas family files $8.5Million lawsuit against Kolniaks, 9/29/94, 4B
    • Yamas had not been drinking, mother says, 12/15/93, 4B
    • Yamas' mother Sherri Vavosa coaches baseball as therapy, 5/13/94, 1A
    • Youth David Yamas killed; driver Jonathan Kolniak arrested, 12/14/93, 5B
  • Drunken driving, Clinton
    • Men going to jail for 4th DUIs, 6/16/90, 5B
    • Tomlinson to serve 10 years in Hasty death, 7/8/94, 4B
    • Town cancels free New Year's service, 12/30/89, 1B
  • Drunken driving, Flowood
    • Man faces charge in I-55 wreck; also hit-and-run, 4/22/92, 4B; 4/23/92, 4B
  • Drunken driving, Hinds County
    • Mobile intoxilyzer, 7/25/89, 5B
  • Drunken driving, Jackson
    • 2 DUI hoimicides: circumstances only variable, 6/1/94, 4B
    • Aetna Insurance donates videocameras to police, 6/13/92, 1B; 6/29/91, 1B
    • Banker Otey Sherman proposes rewards to those reporting DUIs, 12/9/93, 1B
    • Cases in Jackson decrease, 9/21/87, 1B
    • Crackdown begins to pay off, 1/2/86, 1B
    • Dodge Drunk Driving Simulator car, 8/12/89, 2B
    • Eighth conviction for Jerry Turner nets 2-year prison term, 6/4/91, 1B
    • Man loses custody of grandson, 10/4/89, 5B
    • Narcotics agent's death benefits in jeopardy, 4/22/90, 1B
    • Police to get ultra-sensitive devices to detect alcohol, 12/7/90, 1B
    • Putnam given 10 years in 1991 wreck that killed Army officer, 8/6/93, 4B
    • Woman Carolyn Patrick rams police car, 11/14/94, 2B
  • Drunken driving, Madison County
    • Senior Tiffany Thomas killed on prom night, 4/25/94, 1A
  • DRUNKEN DRIVING, MISSISSIPPI
    • ALCOHOL AND DRUGS INVOLVED IN MAJORITY OF FATAL ACCIDENTS, 3/4/93, 1A
  • Drunken driving, Mississippi
    • Anti-DUI campaign, 3/2/87, 1B
    • Bill allows state to confiscate cars of repeat offenders, 3/12/92, 1A
    • Bill introduced to close loopholes, 1/29/88, 1B
    • Bill prohibiting judges from reducing charges, 1/29/92, 3B
    • Bills to toughen laws alive in Legislature, 4/8/92, 1B; 4/14/92, 3B
    • Blurred Justice, 1/18-22/87, 1A
    • Blurred justice, 1/18-22/87
    • Boaters' DUI bill prefiled by state lawmakers, 9/2/92, 2B
  • DRUNKEN DRIVING, MISSISSIPPI
    • DUI: FATAL CONSEQUENCES, 5/23/91, 1A+
  • Drunken driving, Mississippi
    • DUIs down, speeding up on New Year's, 1/3/91, 1B
    • Editorial, 1/23/87, 10A
    • Effectiveness of DUI law questioned, 7/1/85, 1A
    • Essay contest, 3/16/87, 1B
    • Fordice signs tougher DUI law: 'be prepared to pay', 6/25/92, 1A
    • Gulfport officer Henry Cockerham leads state in arrests, 4/21/94, 1B
    • Highway Patrol now videotaping DUI arrests, 5/14/91, 1B; 7/1/92, 4B
    • House closes drunk driving loophole, 3/17/88, 1B
    • House panel bill would take cars after 3rd DUI, 1A; 2/1/89
    • Judges blamed for drop in DUI tickets written, 9/6/92, 1A
    • Laws
      • Editorial, 1/23/87, 10A
    • Legislator says 'you can't make (DUI law) too stiff', 12/23/91, 3B
    • Loopholes allow repeat offenders to escape paying fines, 12/29/90, 1A
    • New law gets tougher on drunk drivers, 3/31/89, 1A
    • Officers writing 100+ tickets honored, 4/2/93, 3B; 5/19/92, 3B
    • Prom Promise--students vow not to drink on prom night, 2/9/94, 4B
    • Red ribbon a banner against DUIs, 12/26/92, 3B
    • Seminar of trial defense of breath analyzer readings, 7/12/93, 3B
    • State asked to get tough on drunken boating, 7/16/89, 2B
    • Stiffer laws proposed, 12/30/84, 1A,1B
    • Tough new felony law cracks down, 7/1/89, 1A
  • Drunken driving, Pearl
    • Man Clifton Jones gets sentence in death of son, 2/13/93, 3B
    • Man gets six 20-year terms in teenagers' deaths, 2/11/89, 1A
    • Vehicle plows into grocery store; five injured, 11/24/91, 1B
    • Victim Impact Response Seminars, 3/24/90, 1A
  • Drunken driving, Rankin County
    • Reservoir DUI case raises jurisdiction question, 7/9/92, 1B
    • Reservoir jurisdiction: AG opinion lets HP pursue DUIs, 8/11/92, 1B
    • Reservoir Patrol empowered to make sobriety checks, 4/13/91, 1B
    • Reservoir police say law curbs their effort, 10/15/90, 1A
  • Drunken driving, Ridgeland
    • James Driver has 3 offenses; no penalities, 12/23/91, 1B; 12/24/91, 1B
  • Drunken driving, Sunflower County
    • Sheriff faces DUI charge, 3/16/93, 1A; 3/17/93, 1A
  • Drunken driving, US
    • U.S. Supreme Court says roadblocks do not violate privacy, 6/15/90, 1A
  • Drusch, Roslyn
    • Prize-winning Jackson cat fancier hails White House cat, 1/18/93, 1D
  • Dry Creek Water Park
    • Covington County, 7/4/91, 3E
  • Dry Grove (Hinds County)
    • Seek federal grant for fire station, 5/24/89, 3B
  • DTP vaccine
    • Questions without answers; some children left paralyzed, 8/19/90, 1A, 1B
  • Dual Inc
    • Minority-owned manufacturer to open plant in Metcalf, 5/19/92, 6B
  • Dublin Elementary School
    • Welder from Clarksdale buys abandoned school, 1/12/90, 4B
  • DuBois, Corey SEE Hit-and-run accident
  • Dubuisson, Ronald
    • Louisiana man gambles using his store's receipts, 10/6/94, 3B
  • Duchin, Peter
    • Orchestra leader plays at benefit for Ballet Mississippi, 6/7/89, 1D
  • Duck decoy business, 12/22/86, 1D
  • Duck Head pants
    • Started in Oxford, going nationwide, 11/11/90, 1G
  • Duck Hill, Mississippi
    • Official map not used in determining residency, 5/27/90, 1B; 8/13/90, 4B
  • Duck hunting
    • 2 hunters missing in Claiborne County, 1/17/93, 7B; 1/19/93, 1B; 2/13/93, 1B
    • Mississippi
      • Bag limits, 12/9/88, 1C
    • Mississippi sues to regain lost days, 9/7/85,1A; 9/29/85,16D
    • Officials fear duck hunting decline, 12/11/88, 12D
    • Search continues for 2 missing hunters in Claiborne County, 1/17/93, 7B; 1/19/93, 1B
    • Suit lost to extend season, 10/2/85, 1A
    • Waterfowl season has new regulations, 12/9/88, 1C
  • Duck race SEE Big Brothers/Big Sisters
  • Duck stamp competition
    • 1992 artist is Joe Latil, 7/19/92, 1F
    • Emmitt Thames' first try at duck art, 8/14/94, 1F; 12/22/94, 2B
    • Smithville arts wins, 4/2/89, 1F
  • Ducks
    • Crossgates, 11/30/86, 1B
      • Brandon family recues duck trapped in plastic rings, 3/18/91, 2B
    • Delta
      • Idle farmland used as ponds for wintering ducks, 8/11/91, 1B
    • Jackson
      • Duck in fountain at Municipal Auditorium, 5/10/89, 1D
    • Madison
      • Strawberry Park fowl being overfed, 4/3/92, 1B
  • Ducks Unlimited
    • Funds waterfowl research at MSU, 11/22/92, 2B
  • Ducksworth, Ronnie
    • Was informant for detective he shot, 2/18/89, 1B
  • Dudley, Tommy
    • Amusement Company, 10/2/86, 1C
  • Dudley, William
    • Meridian psychiatrist loses license, 3/22/91, 1B; 5/22/92, 1B
  • Duff-Smith, Markham
    • Executed in Texas; admitted killing relatives, once of Vicksburg, 6/30/93, 3B
  • Duggar, Greg
    • Father charged with fondling gets custody of children, 11/20/90, 1B
    • Sex charges dropped against Brandon man, 5/10/91, 1A; 5/11/91, 1B
  • DUI SEE Drunken driving
  • Dukakis, Michael
    • Blasted as liberal, 8/4/88, 1B
    • Mississippi campaign run from private home, 7/4/88, 1B
    • Plans to stop in state, 6/15/88, 3B
    • Received mixed greeting at Fair, 8/5/88, 1A
    • Visits Biloxi, 6/18/88, 1A
    • Visits Neshoba County Fair, 8/2/88, 1A
    • Visits state, 4/18/87, 1B
  • Duke
    • Dog finds his way back to Alabama from Ripley, 11/28/93, 1A
  • Duke, David
    • Dummy Jackson company recipients revealed in finance report, 12/11/91, 2B
    • Dummy Jackson company to hide contributors, 11/22/91, 1A; 11/23/91, 1A; 12/7/91, 2B
    • Fordice must distance himself, 11/24/91, 3G
    • Gets James Meredith's support, 4/7/91, 1B; 4/9/91, 1B
    • Gunn says flier he created was simply business deal with Duke, 11/26/91, 1B
    • In Mississippi; blasts affirmative action, welfare system, 3/1/92, 1B
    • Jackson company cited in probe of Duke's finances, 12/27/91, 1B
    • Mississippians contributing campaign funds, 11/14/91, 1A
    • Purchases campaign time on local TV stations, 3/7/92, 2B
    • Vows to give Louisiana working class a voice, 11/15/91, 1A
    • Washed up in South, must look Northward, 11/24/91, 3G
  • Duke, David SEE ALSO Edwards, Edwin
  • Duke, Roby
    • Christian musician, Mississippi native, performs locally, 11/16/91, 1D
  • Duker, Jan
    • Appointed director of CARES youth psychiatric center, 5/8/93, 3B
    • Mental health director leaves, 10/26/86, 1B
    • Resigns as Mental Health Director, 9/19/86, 1A
    • Returns to state, 2/25/88, 1B
  • Dukes, Alonzo
    • Name remains on Greenville mayoral ballot despite withdrawal, 11/14/91, 3B
  • Dukes, Alonzo SEE ALSO Sharkey-Issaquena Community Challenge
  • Dukes, Danny SEE Textbooks
  • Dukes, Jimmy
    • Named head of Bureau of Narcotics by Fordice, 1/7/92, 1B
  • Dukes, Kenneth SEE Police, Florence
  • Dukes, Lee, 8/4/86, 1D
  • Dula, Landen Max
    • Accrabond Corp owner guilty of selling faulty glue to government, 12/14/91, 4B
    • Given 3-year prison term, 2/20/92, 2B
  • Dulaney, Frank and Pam
    • Lose Christmas presents to burglars; merchants replace them, 12/26/92, 1A
  • Dulaney, Marian
    • Former attorney studies to be Episcopal priest, 12/25/93, 1A
  • Dulcimers SEE Central Mississippi Dulcimer Association
  • Duling Alternative Learning Center
    • Students with behavioral problems get counseling, 11/13/90, 4B
  • Dumani, Alma Rose
    • Eduadorian recovering from surgery, 12/2/85, 1C
  • Dumas, Mississippi, 5/15/88, 5B
  • Dumbauld, Lee
    • Nominated as head of Jackson's Department of Administration, 7/18/91, 4B; 7/19/91, 4B
  • Dump site
    • Jackson
      • Body of man found at old Jackson dump, 1/1/90, 1B; 1/5/90, 5B
    • Natchez
      • Families plan to file suit, 2/18/89, 3B
  • Dump site SEE ALSO Waste management
  • Dump-truck ordinance SEE Clinton, Mississippi
  • Dumplings
    • Recipes, 3/12/87, 1F
  • Dunaway, Bob Allan
    • Retrospective exhibit at Municipal Art Gallery, 7/8/90, 1F
  • Dunaway, Shannon
    • Mormon missionary from Clinton, 2/24/90, 1D
  • Duncan sisters
    • Pelahatchie teens take 1st place in national gospel competition, 11/3/90, 1C
  • Duncan, Steve
    • Hire as Madison County comptroller; Woodham is assistant, 10/6/92, 5B
  • Dunkerton family
    • Live in restored dogtrot house in Hebron
      • Why I live where I live, 9/10/90, 1D
  • Dunlap, Bill
    • Mississippi artist, 3/1/87,1F; 4/10/86,1D
    • Painting to benefit Ole Miss art department, 1/27/91, 1F
  • Dunlap, Bob
    • Batesville tire dealer, 1/28/86, 8B
  • Dunlap, Ken SEE Higheay Patrol---Dunlap...
  • Dunlap, Kenneth SEE National Police Shooting Championship
  • Dunlap, Larry
    • Wins Mississippi Connection Songwriting Contest, 8/10/92, 1D
  • Dunlap, William
    • Collaborates with Willie Morris on book 'Homecoming', 11/16/89, 1D
    • Mississippi-born Virginia artist's show at Bryant Galleries, 4/1/90, 1F
  • Dunleith
    • Natchez mansion for sale, 10/21/90, 1G
  • Dunn's Falls
    • Lauderdale County
      • Weekend Getaway, 11/22/90, 3G
  • Dunn's Falls Water Park
    • Gristmill opens, 8/8/88, 1C
  • Dunn, Barbara
    • Hinds County Circuit Clerk busy in this election year, 11/2/92, 1D
  • Dunn, Carol
    • Lexington artist's works on display at Ford's Framing, 3/8/92, 1F
  • Dunn, Charles
    • New Madison alderman in trouble with voters
      • Apartment zoning controversy, 8/12/93, 4B
  • Dunn, Charles SEE Mississippi Chemical Corp
  • Dunn, Charles SEE Newsprint South
  • Dunn, Charles SEE ALSO Apartments, Madison
  • Dunn, James
    • First black president of state supervisors' association, 12/7/91, 1B
  • Dunn, Joe
    • Jackson psychologist says laughter really is best medicine, 12/6/94, 1D
  • Dunn, John SEE Skiing
  • Dunn, Milton SEE Murder-suicide---Indianola
  • Dunn, Rita
    • St. John's University professor researches how students learn, 7/30/91, 4B
  • Dunn, Sharon Renee
    • Country music singer and band leader, 10/27/88, 1E
  • Dunne, Pat
    • Mayors' association fails to oust him as director, 11/30/90, 1B
    • Resigns as municipal association director, 12/13/90, 1B
  • Dunson, Kim
    • Brookhaven woman fasts to get son readmitted to school, 3/11/91, 2B; 3/12/91, 1A
    • Ends vigil/fast, vows to get son back in school, 3/16/91, 3B
  • Duperier & Associates SEE PeopleWorks
  • Duperier, Alfred SEE PeopleWorks
  • DuPont Plant
    • Delisle plant to get $100 million expansion, 7/1/88, 8B
    • In DeLisle, 1/10/88, 6G
    • New chemical alarm system fails to work, 6/19/91, 2B
  • Dupont Plant
    • Taxable-value ruling called equitable by Harrison County supervisors, 12/9/93, 5B
  • Dupree, Bruce
    • Rankin County animal control officer wants police powers, 8/6/93, 4B
  • Dupree, Charles
    • Teen shot in back sues city, police, 9/20/89, 2B
  • Dupree, Jerry
    • Gautier man attempts suicide leap; survives, 12/12/92, 3B
  • Dupree, Nathalie
    • Signs her cookbook 'Southern Memories' at Everyday Gourmet, 10/6/93, 1E
  • Dupree, Tom
    • Former Jacksonian makes it in New York publishing world, 12/24/90, 1D
  • Durant Public Schools
    • Black students' walkout, 3/19/90, 4B; 3/20/90, 1A; 3/21/90, 1B; 3/22/90, 5B
    • Rally planned against white officials, 4/14/90, 5B
  • Durant, Mattie
    • Clinton woman appeals denial of day-care permit, 5/24/91, 4B
  • Durant, Mississippi
    • Abandoned infant excites town, 11/25/89, 1A; 11/27/89, 3B
    • In the Spotlight, 1/8/89; 3B
  • Durfey, Percy SEE Madison General Hospital
  • Durham, Christopher SEE Prisoners, Hinds County
  • Durham, Clemon W
    • Louisiana horse trainer charged as Diluadid distributor, 8/22/91, 4B; 8/25/91, 1B
    • Pleads guilty to drug conspiracy charge, 2/8/92, 1B
  • Durham, William Christopher SEE Wright, Harold C
  • Duro-Last Roofing
    • Michigan manufacturer to build plant in Jackson area, 7/11/91, 6B
  • Durr, Desmond SEE Larry, Jerry Donnel
  • Durr, Donna Fransha
    • Mother jailed, accused of starving son to death, 5/2/96, 3B; 9/18/93, 5B
  • Durr, Virginia
    • Civil rights activist, 1/23/86, 1D
  • dusters, the SEE Reptile Records artists
  • Dutch and Flemish 17th Century Paintings
    • A golden age of art, 7/26/92, 1F
    • A Tribute to the Golden Age (symposium), 9/14/92, 1D
    • Exhibit drawing area school children, 8/11/92, 4B
    • Samuel grandson Albert Naggar visits Jackson, 8/17/92, 1D
    • Samuels Collection at Museum, 2/28/92, 1E; 5/31/92, 1F
    • Tours available for visually impaired, 9/15/92, 1A
  • Dutch and Javanese pilots (World War II)
    • Those killed in training at Jackson remembered, 5/25/92, 1B
  • Dutch Bar
    • Bar owners band together after holdups, 8/4/94, 1B
    • Bar review, 11/9/89, 12F
    • Fish trophy, 9/2/87, 1C
  • Dwarfs SEE Little people
  • Dye, Brad
    • Appeal, 12/18/86, 1B
    • Auditor will broaden investigation of his use of state aircraft, 11/22/89, 3B
    • Backs law limiting lobbyists in speech at Neshoba County Fair, 8/1/91, 1B; 8/2/91, 1B
    • Calls for reform of initiative and referendum and lobbyists, 8/4/91, 3G
    • Calls Mabus' education reform budget 'unrealistic', 11/17/89, 1B
    • Campaign '87, 10/1-2/87,3B; 10/22/87,3B; 10/27/87,1B
    • Challenges for his post don't daunt 'the monarch', 3/3/91, 3H
    • Controversy over his choice as secretary of the Senate, 11/3/89, 1B; 11/4/89, 4B
    • Defends double pay, says he deserves it, 2/5/89, 3H
    • Denies campaign contribution before video poker bill, 6/24/90, 4B
    • Drug testing in schools, 3/3/87, 1A
      • Television commercials, 3/6/87, 1B
    • Earned $82,280 as acting governor since '80, 1A; 2/3/89
    • Even die-hard Dye adjusts to shifting political winds, 8/18/91, 1G
    • Faction lead by Robert Crook trying to loosen his authority, 11/20/89, 1B
    • Files to run for 4th term, 6/12/91, 3B
    • Foes lack votes to challenge him, 1B; 1/8/89
    • Gives farewell speech to Mississippi Senate, 1/10/92, 1A
    • Group opens fire on his Senate power, 5/7/88, 1A
    • Harper and Dye tenaciosly maintain feud, 8/26/90, 1H
    • Harper blames him for loss of Labor Committee room, 12/12/89, 1A
    • Harper says he approved expenses for routine office work, 11/29/89, 2B
    • Hearing held in powers suit, 10/24/86, 1B
    • Legal fees, 12/13/86, 1B
    • Legislature to save powers of office, 12/10/86, 1B
    • Loses some legislative power, 11/5/86, 1A
    • Opponent Harper: Dye accepted campaign funds from MP&L, 6/28/91, 2B; 6/29/91, 2B
    • Powers of office, 2/12/87, 1A
    • Powers reaffirmed by Mississippi Supreme Court, 4/30/87, 1A
    • Recommends rehauling of state's tax structure, 6/15/91, 4B
    • Releases 1990 tax returns, 9/28/91, 4B
    • Renews drive to drug test schoolchildren, 2/16/88, 1A
    • Reorganization for sake is change is not his "dog," 1/31/89; 3B
    • Ruling upsets Senators, 11/9/86, 1B
    • Says new stances on lobbyists, etc. simply 'growth', 8/9/91, 1B
    • Senate uprising against Dye may signal end, 5/15/88, 3H
    • Senators file brief defending duties, 8/26/86, 1B
    • Senators sue, charging power conflict, 1/25/86, 1A
    • State senator wants Dye's use of aircraft checked, 11/16/89, 1B
    • Tit-for-tat with Harper on TV ad charges, 9/8/91, 5B
    • To run for Lieutenant Gov., 4/24/87, 1A
    • Use of state planes to attend football games, 9/24/89, 1B
    • Writes Legislature urging unanimous support for Briggs, 11/28/91, 2B
  • Dye, Brad SEE ALSO Lobbyists
  • Dye, Lindsey
    • Gets new Camaro; considering TV movie deal, 8/19/94, 1B
    • Hostage crashes car, escapes; Drott kills himself, 8/11/94, 1B
    • Hostage of Louisiana fugitive Kelly Drott, 8/10/94, 3B
  • Dye, Robert SEE Persian Gulf War
  • Dyer, Bobby
    • Reunited with sister Judy Skinner of Oregon, 5/6/92, 1B; 7/19/93, 1B
  • Dyer, Howard
    • Champion of common man, 12/25/86, 1B
    • Dies at 71, 12/23/86, 1A
  • Dyess, A. Eugene
    • Religious psychotherapist, 4/25/87, 1C
  • Dyess, James Wesley
    • Mississippi 'Ten Most Wanted'
      • Caught in L.A., 3/17/88, 3B
  • DYEWitness
    • Mace-like spray to ward off rapists, other criminals, 6/12/92, 1E
  • Dykes, Darold SEE Murder---Amory
  • Dykstra, Lenny
    • Fails to sway jury; Kelso innocent, 3/14/91, 1A
    • Gambled in poker games in Indianola, 3/10/91, 1A; 3/11/91, 1A; 3/13/91, 1A
  • Dynamite
    • Byram
      • Detonated dynamite shakes settlement, 11/28/90, 5B
    • Man hurt in blast; charged with illegal possession, 7/9/89, 1B; 7/10/89, 1B; 7/13/89, 1B
    • Truck loaded with dynamite strikes building in Pinola
      • Driver drunk, 6/24/94, 1B
  • Dynamite SEE ALSO Bombs
  • DynaSteel Co.
    • Possible plant expansion delays Natchez's riverboat gambling, 7/13/91, 3B
  • Dynasty
    • Restaurant review, 6/19/88, 1F
  • Dynasty, The
    • Restaurant review, 6/19/88,1F
  • Dyse, Dennis SEE Beacon Gospel Entertainment Corp
  • Dyslexia
    • Student April Rice helped by tutors, friends, 2/3/92, 1B
  • Dyson, Tommy
    • Former College Board auditor named deputy state auditor, 12/10/91, 2B
    • New director of Employment Security Comm., 6/21/86, 1B
  • Dysphagia
    • Patients relearn how to swallow, 3/25/90, 1C
  • DZ FunCenter
    • Store to locate County Line Road, 2/15/94, 6B; 5/15/94, 1C; 5/20/94, 1E
  • Dzhuluhadze, Vladimir
    • Soviet dancer signs with Ballet Mississippi, 3/13/91, 1D

 

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