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Clarion-Ledger Indexes
 YEAR 1986 - 1994  M  


  • M & M's
    • Restaurant review, 6/22/89, 4F
  • M&M's
    • Bar review, 9/28/89, 6F
  • M-CAP
    • Watchdog group patrols Jackson streets; police discourage practice, 1/15/92, 1B
  • M-FAIR
    • Business alliance calls for overhaul of court system, 1/5/94, 2B
  • M.C. Hammer
    • Rapper in concert in Biloxi and Jackson, 11/15/90, 6F
  • M.C. Hammer concert
    • Bogus t-shirts will be siezed, 9/1/90, 1B
  • M.S. Carriers
    • Memphis trucking firm ready to do business in Mexico
      • Mike Starnes, owner, 3/13/92, 5B
  • M.S. Carriers Inc, 5/15/89, 8F; 7/10/89, 11E
  • Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
    • Prsented by Potpourri Artistic Repertory Theatre, 6/26/91, 1D
  • Mabe, Anne SEE AIDS
  • Mabry, Sam SEE Department of Environmental Quality
  • Mabus, Elisabeth SEE Mabus, Julie and Ray
  • Mabus, Julie, 8/23/87, 1C
    • Addresses child care, 6/2/88, 1B
    • Commentary on public/private job training programs, 12/16/90, 2H
    • Hospitalized with flue-like symptoms, 1/3/89; 2B
    • Mabus charts first lady path, 11/22/87, 1E
    • Named honorary chairman of IBC, 2/14/90, 1D
    • Pushes literacy fight at Private Industry Council meeting, 5/5/91, 2B
    • Released from hospital, 1/4/89; 3B
    • To focus on adult illiteracy problem, 1/23/88, 4B
  • Mabus, Julie and Ray
    • Baby Elisabeth Hamilton Mabus makes three, 7/16/90, 1A
    • Baby Elisabeth has 'softened' the Governor, 7/15/91, 1A
    • Expecting 1st child, 12/19/89, 1A
    • Expecting 2nd child, 10/5/91, 3B
    • Family preparing for Saudi Arabian post, 7/3/94, 1B
    • First Baby due in July, 3/20/90, 1D
    • Get parenting tips from Alaskan governor's wife, 7/17/90, 1B
    • Given a springer spaniel puppy for their baby, 5/8/90, 1B
    • Hundreds of gifts sent to baby Elisabeth, 7/22/90, 1A
    • Mrs. Mabus and baby Elisabeth come home, 7/19/90, 1B
    • Ready and waiting--where's baby?, 7/7/90, 1B
    • Telephone hot line keeps up with Mabuses' schedules, 5/10/90, 1B
  • Mabus, Ray
    • Accuses W.L. Rayborn of trying to weaken state's drug fight, 7/12/89, 1A
    • Addresses Legislature: no tax hike for education reform, 1/4/90, 1A
    • Addresses National Association of Educators council, 1/10/91, 3B
    • Adds $30,000 to election fund, 10/25/90, 1B
    • Advisers criticized for outsider position, 7/22/90, 1A, 13A
    • Airing 'feel-good' Mother's Day campaign ads, 5/10/91, 1B
    • Ambasasadorship: confirmation nears, 6/30/94, 3B
    • Ambassador and family home for the holidays, 11/12/94, 1B
    • Ambassador Mabus plays part in latest Iraqi crisis, 10/12/94, 7A
    • Ambassadorship hearing a 'breeze', 6/18/94, 10A
    • Ambassadorship to Saudi Arabia, 3/19/94, 1A; 5/11/94, 1B; 6/14/94, 1B
    • Ambassadorship: family settles in, 9/15/94, 1A
    • Ambassadorship: Mabus family arrives in Saudi Arabia, 7/16/94, 1B
    • Ambassadorship: Mabus is ready; leaves '91 defeat behind, 7/10/94, 3G (Minor column)
    • Ambassadorship: Mabus sworn in by Al Gore, 7/14/94, 1A
    • Among predecessors: his job efforts 5th; rate of growth 6th, 7/23/91, 1A; 7/24/91, 1B
    • And Community Colleges, 9/23/87, 1B
    • And Governor Roemer of Louisiana, 4/3/88, 3H
    • Announces for governor, 2/17/87, 1A
    • Anti-abortion activist says veto proves Mabus is pro-choice, 5/6/90, 1H
    • Appointments propel state forward, 11/20/88, 3H
    • Article on Mississippi Constitution, 1/24/88, 1H
    • As ambassador, goal is to get business for U.S., 11/24/94, 5B
    • Asks for withdrawal of 32 Allain appointments, 2/24/88, 1A
    • Asks housing task force for inexpensive model, 7/26/88, 3B
    • Asks state PTA to support lottery for education funding, 5/11/90, 3B
    • At Neshoba County Fair speaks on education reform; wants referendum, 8/10/90, 1A
    • At state PTA meeting says education funding top priority, 5/5/91, 2B
    • Attacks Fordice's statement on Governor's Office shortfall, 1/11/92, 1B
    • Attorney General: Purchase for inmates wrong, 7/11/88, 1B
    • Backs state-employee pay hikes in 1990, 7/28/89, 1B
    • Calls for better cooperation with legislature in State of State speech, 1/23/91, 1A
    • Calls for tax-free bond program to spur business development, 3/4/90, 5B
    • Calls Fordice administration 'rudderless', 3/21/93, 4B
    • Calls Legislature back for special session, 4/11/89, 1A
    • Campaign '87, 9/29/87, 3B; 10/2-4/87, 1B; 10/5/87, 1A; 10/6/87, 1B; 10/10/87, 1B; 10/15/87, 2B; 10/16-18/87, 10/26-28/87, 1A; 10/29/87, 1B; 10/30/87, 1B; 11/1/87, 1A; 11/2/87, 2C; 11/4/87, 1H
    • Campaign office still open, 1/26/88, 3B
    • Campaign spending broke record, 1/9/88, 1B
    • Candidate for Secretary of the Navy, 1/30/93, 1B; 3/27/93, 1B; 4/21/93, 5A
    • Chilly relations with Legislature; unfulfilled promise, response: 7/29/90, 1H; 7/22/90, 1H
    • Clashes with Ed Pittman, 6/29/86, 1A
    • Classmates predicted success, 10/11/87, 1A
    • Commission on The Future of the South chairmanship, 1/5/92, 3G; 12/4/91, 2B
    • Committee to keep office open for political expenses, 1A; 1/23/89
    • Constitutional reform possible; priority:economic development, 12/2/87, 1A
    • Conversation with the candidates, 7/1/87, 1B
    • Declares trip to Far East a success, 5/23/89, 8B
    • Defeated due to personality, not the issues, 12/22/91, 3G (Minor column)
    • Denies he tried to intimidate agency chiefs, 1A; 1/13/89
    • Denies Pretense ad takes too much credit, 9/25/87, 1B
    • Deserves applause for marketing of BEST program, 4/22/90, 3H
    • District Attorney probing contribution to Mabus fund, 12/24/87, 1A
    • Donors pay for inauguration, 3/8/88, 4B
    • Educational reform SEE Education reform
    • Esquire register, 11/20/86, 1B
    • Ethics report shows timber sales income, 5/4/91, 3B
    • Expands special legislative session agenda, 6/29/90, 1B
    • Farewell address to Legislature; recounts administration, 1/9/92, 1A
    • Fax machine used to send derogatory message to governor, 9/15/90, 1B
    • Featured in New York Times Magazine, 2/27/87, 1B; 3/13/88, 1J
    • Fight not over on pay proposal, 2/28/88, 6B
    • First job to fill posts on personal staff, 12/6/87, 1B
    • Former Mississippi governors advice on speech, 1/21/88, 1B
    • Fortune magazine puts him in top 10 education governors, 5/15/90, 3B
    • Front runner in primary, 8/6/87, 1A
    • Fund-raisers net $240,000, 2/16/89, 1B
    • Given custody of suicidal child because of no state facility, 3/19/90, 1A
    • Given polite applause at chancery court clerks meeting, 5/2/91, 3B
    • Governor elect
      • Problems with prisons, 12/8/87, 1A; 12/11/87, 1B
    • Governor sees successes in legislation; lawmakers see failures, 4/1/90, 1H
    • Governor travels to Japan, China, 8/17/88, 8B
    • Governor's 'Capitol for a Day' forum, 10/7/90, 1H
    • Governor's Fund received $222,112 in '88, 1A; 2/1/89
    • Governor's race, 2/16/87, 1B
    • Has raised $1.1 Million in campaign contributions, 2/7/91, 3B
    • He and delegation depart on business junket to Europe, 9/2/89, 6B
    • He and William Bennett disagree on preschool education, 9/28/89, 12A
    • Hires former press sec. as legislative liason, 7/30/88, 4B
    • His 1987 campaign pledges haunting him, 1/27/91, 1H
    • His appointees await word on status from Fordice, 1/17/92, 3B
    • His chief of staff Jere Nash takes over re-election campaign, 10/6/90, 1A
    • His Governor's Fund files financial report, 2/1/90, 1B
    • Hits state campuses; has high recognition, 4/28/91, 1G
    • Hits, misses with first agenda, 5/8/88, 1A,11A,1H,4H
    • Hometown support not total, 10/11/87, 1B
    • House approves only 27 of 39 staff requests, 4/19/88, 1B
    • House cuts $350,000 to fund reorganization, 4/19/88, 1B
    • House OKs reorganization plan, 2/26/88, 4B
    • Hunting re-election campaign cash in neighboring states, 4/19/91, 3B
    • In final days in office granted pardons, commuted sentences, etc., 1/26/92, 1A, 15A
    • In seclusion working on education package, 10/20/89, 1A
    • Inaugural ball, 12/23/87, 1B
    • Inauguration
      • Plans short speech
        • 1/10/88
    • Inauguration:"Our day has come"
      • 1/13/88
    • Income tax returns, 7/2/87, 1B
    • Irl Dean Rhodes case, 10/31/87, 1A
    • It's official: Mabus to run for second term, 4/20/91, 2B
    • Late photo delays state highway map, 7/10/90, 1A
    • Lawmakers pin hopes of State of the State speech, 1/21/91, 2B
    • Lawmakers to see active Mabus, 1/4/88, 1A
    • Leadership ability an issue in gubernatorial race, 3/31/91, 1H
    • Leads group targeting teen pregnancy in South, 5/25/89, 1A
    • Legislator criticizes his handling of prison problems, 9/29/89, 1B
    • Legislators fail again to override Mabus veto, 3/18/89, 1A
    • Legislators react cooly to his special session speech, 6/19/90, 1B
    • Legislators: Mabus' image can help state, 1/15/89; 17A
    • Likely to chair Southern Regional Education Board, 6/21-22/88, 3B
    • Lost the election because out of touch with state's electorate, 1/5/92, 1G
    • Mabus not one to wake up and smell the coffee, 1H; 1/15/89
    • Mabus to cities: Let's work together, 1/27/89; 4B
    • Mabus' first year, 1H; 1/15/89
    • Mabus, Molpus, Moore trio has parted company, 8/19/90, 3H
    • Mabus,Roemer make twin calls for reform, 3/20/88, 1B
    • Mabus: Youths belong in school, not jail, 7/29/88, 3B
    • Mabuses attend California wedding, 6/16/88, 1B
    • May give new teacher pay plan, 2/15/88, 1B
    • Meets with legislators; trying to overcome budget differences, 12/7/90, 2B
    • Mississippi needs more Federal aid, 2/24/88, 3B
    • Money won't deter possible opponents, 10/19/90, 3B
    • Most of $200 M in budget goes to education, 12/3/87, 1A
    • Names Cliff Treyens communications director, 12/4/87, 3B
    • Nine city marathon to finance '91 run, 10/22/90, 1B
    • No role in Clinton administration, 6/16/93, 3B
    • Nominated by Clinton as Saudi Arabian ambassador, 5/12/94, 1A
    • Off to Far East to promote state products, 4/18/90, 1B
    • OKs retirement plan for lawmakers, raise for public retirees, 2/25/89, 3B
    • Panel OKs less than half of staff requested, 4/15/88, 3B
    • Pays $12,700 in Federal income tax for 1988, 4/21/89, 1A
    • Pays $89,315 in federal taxes in 1990, 5/4/91, 1B
    • PEER investigates his use of Mansion renovation funds, 4/16/92, 3B; 4/17/92, 3B
    • Personal visits to help land new industries, 11/25/87, 2B
    • Photo essay on Mabus focuses on childhood, inauguration, 12/15/88, 1A
    • Picks Olon Ray to be his educ. asst., 12/10/87, 1B
    • Plans 700 speeches touting new education reform, 5/11/89, 1A
    • Plans trip to Israel, 11/24/88, 3B
    • Playgirl magazine's list of 10 sexiest men of 1989, 7/18/89, 1A; 7/19/89, 1B
    • Political watershed looms for governor with '91 Legislature, 1/6/91, 1H
    • Politically safe, should spend election cash in needy areas, 10/28/90, 3H
    • Poll shows Mississippians continue to support Governor, 1/14/90, 1A, 1H
    • Poll: Mabus gained popularity, 1A; 1/15/89
    • Pollster Dick Morris says Mabus is 'vulnerable', 12/16/90, 3H
    • Promised leadership; had better find some in a hurry, 3/17/91, 3B
    • Promises open government, 12/13/87, 1B
    • Quizzed on race, education on C-Span call-in show, 7/30/90, 1A
    • Re-election campaign fund gets boost in New York City, 10/18/90, 1A
    • Ready to hang "no smoking" signs in offices, 1/9/88, 1A
    • Reform of fee-paid posts?, 9/11/88, 1J
    • Relative Jim Mabus sentenced on DUI charge
      • 8/2/89, 2B
    • Reorganization of Econ. Dev. agencies, 4/14/88, 8B
    • Report says he used state jet for political junkets, 2/27/90, 1A
    • Report: Mabus aide's firm gets $97,000 for handling bonds, 1/17/89; 3B
    • Retains right to appoint PSC positions, 3/17/89, 1A; 3/18/89, 1A
    • Revises plan, 2/17/88, 1B
    • Says give some schools less state control, 8/10/89, 1A
    • Says government should pay attention to Delta, 12/15/87, 3B
    • Says investment in human capital will determine state's future, 3/14/89, 1B
    • Says key to state's future depends on best students, 11/17/89, 1B
    • Says Public Service Commission affects development, 1/14/88, 8B
    • Says reorganization won't give him more power, 11/22/88, 1B
    • Says State needs overseas markets, 2/27/89, 1B
    • Second term may depend on how much money he raises, 7/29/90, 3H
    • Seeking raises for college teachers, 5/17/90, 1A
    • Senate OKs salary, 1/6/88, 1A
    • Senate votes to cut his staff, allow no raises, 2/22/90, 1B
    • Sets up lobby network to influence legislation, 12/9/87, 1B
    • Speaks at Vicksburg elementary school, 11/22/92, 8B
    • Speaks to legislature, they question education funds, 1/22/88, 1A
    • Spreads state's message in nat. media, 12/30/87, 1B
    • Staff hears ideas on school reforms, 7/25/89, 1B
    • Staff members make average $46,428, 12/18/87, 1A
    • Staff payroll over million mark, 9/11/88, 1J
    • Staff request cut in half by panel, 3/30/88, 2B
    • Staff violates purchasing law: inmates clothes, 1/26/88, 1A
    • State can help cities reach business goals, 1/29/88, 8B
    • State financial report, 7/21/87, 1B
    • State of State speech proposals get cool reception, 1A; 1/4/89
    • State of the State address set for Jan. 3, 12/22/88, 1B
    • State of the State speech, 1/13/90, 3B; 1/18/90, 1A, (excerpts, 8A)
    • State of the State speech 1989 has substance, not style, 1H; 1/8/89
    • Stumps for lottery vote, 6/1/90, 3B
    • Stumps south for Democratic candidates, 10/15/88, 3B
    • Supporters
      • Organize campaign against Reed, 9/21/87, 3B
    • Supports Billie Thompson as Democratic Party Chairman, 1/29/88, 1A
    • Texas professor says he should be U.S. Supreme Court nominee, 5/25/93, 3B
    • Three part plan expected for programs, 12/15/87, 1A
    • To address Legislature on state of the state (budget crisis), 1/19/91, 2B
    • To appoint new board for agency replacing Department of Public Welfare, 5/10/89, 4B
    • To be profiled for Democratic Convention, 6/27/88, 3B
    • To call special session despite unit deadlock, 6/7/88, 1B
    • To hold roundtable on state's image, 12/7/88, 1B
    • To oust state fiscal officer Tommy Campbell, 1/5/88, 3B
    • To present plans to legislature, 1/18/88, 1A
    • To testify before US Senate on infant mortality, 3/22/88, 3B
    • To unveil education funding plan, 2/12/88, 3B
    • Told to use phrase Republic of China instead of Taiwan, 5/5/89, 8B
    • Touts Mississippi leaders at Southern Legislative Conference, 8/25/88, 1D
    • Treats families of National Guardsmen to barbecue, 9/23/90, 3B
    • Turns speech at teachers' meeting into campaign rally, 3/12/91, 1B
    • Unveils 7-point plan to close hospitals, 3/24/89, 1A
    • Urges government reorganization in speech, 1A; 1/4/89
    • Veto of funds may haunt Mabus, 3/22/89, 1G
    • Vetoes funds, hospitals to close, 3/22/89, 1A
    • Vetoes legislation blocking suit against Corps of Engineers, 4/26/89, 1B
    • Vetoes liquor store coupons, 5/25/88, 2B
    • Vetoes pay raises for top state officials, 4/11/90, 1B
    • Walks fine line between Taylor, Moore in 5th District race, 9/24/89, 3H
    • Wants Rhodes suit moved to Fed. Court, 5/23/87, 1A
    • Watson contribution legal, 4/8/88, 1B
    • Will not veto House bill over tax hike issue, legislator says, 2/13/90, 1A,
    • Will represent state well in Saudi Arabia, 5/15/94, 3G
    • Won't comment on future political plans, 1/27/94, 2B
    • Won't raid retirement fund, 8/20/87, 1A
  • MacAnally, Mac, with Fred Knobloch
    • At New Stage, 8/18/94, 21E
  • MacDonald, Ronnie SEE Parchman---Escapees...
  • Mack's Cafe
    • Blaze guts Bolton eatery, 5/11/94, 4B
  • Mack, Billy aka Ronald Barnes SEE Volleyball
  • Mack, Carl
    • MSU-educated engineer composes black history calendar, 11/8/92, 1E
  • Mack, Danny
    • Indianola policeman tried for extortion in drug case, 6/24/92, 1B; 6/25/92, 1B
  • Mack, Danny (Jackson) SEE Shooting---Jackson---Mack...
  • Mack, Jonathan SEE Stabbings, Pearl
  • Mack, Kevin
    • Gang member killed who was against violence, 12/24/87, 1B
  • Mack, Lorene
    • Saves clerk's life in convenience store robbery, 4/24/92, 1A
  • Mack, Ollie SEE Unclaimed funds, Mississippi
  • Mackie, Bob
    • Promotes his new frangrance at McRae's, 9/18/92, 1E
  • Mackintosh, Prudence, 4/16/87, 1C
  • Macklin, Anderson
    • JSU art department chairman exhibits 15 works, 3/31/91, 1F
  • MacLaurin Attendance Center
    • Gospel groups sing at benefit for PTA, 4/4/92, 1D
  • Macon, Mississippi, 2/14/88, 5B
    • Members, friends rebuild torched interracial church, 3/12/89, 1B; 12/17/90, 3B
  • Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
    • Maroon Typhoon band from Jones County Junior College, 11/21/90, 1D
    • Mississippi cheerleaders to participate, 11/24/93, 1D
  • MAD DADS
    • Greenville anti-drug, anti-DUI group organized, 9/22/92, 1B
  • MAD DADS inc
    • First Mississippi chapter in Greenville, 5/23/92, 1B
  • Madakasira, Sudhakar
    • UMC psychiatrist conducts screening day for depression, 10/10/91, 1D
  • MadCAAP (Madison Countians Allied Against Poverty), 12/19/87, 1C
  • MADD, 5/11/87, 1B
    • Angry with Adams County chapter, 7/24/89, 1B
    • Backs bills to close DUI loophole, 12/20/87, 1B
    • Chapter forming in Jackson, 3/1/86, 1B
    • Former director Case takes new job with RID, 2/2/90, 5B
    • Gives breath analyzers to Hinds County, 4/8/89, 3B
    • Mothers attend hearings, 11/2/86, 1A
    • Mothers to put message on parade, 3/17/89, 1B
    • Moves its state office, 3/8/89, 1B
    • New director is Rodger Moore, 9/5/94, 1A
    • New Year's Eve partygoers leave the driving to MADD, 1/2/88, 1A
    • Offers free rides on New Year's Eve, 12/27/90, 8E
    • Plans new office, campaign, 9/9/88, 4B
    • Red ribbons to be tied to cars as reminders, 11/22/88, 1A
    • Report lists Mississippi last in fighting DUI, 11/24/93, 3B
    • Seeks photos, information on victims of drunk drivers, 11/22/88, 1A; 11/26/88, 1A
    • State Adminstrator Faye Case quits in money dispute, 4/28/89, 1A
    • Targeting men in 'I'm a mad dad' campaign, 8/14/90, 5B
    • Tie a red ribbon on your car, 11/19/94, 5B
    • Update, 5/11/87, 1B
    • Urging holiday motorists to 'tie one on'---for safety, 12/5/91, 3B; 12/6/91, 2B
  • Madden, Jimmy SEE Hunting accidents
  • Maddock, James
    • New FBI agent in Jackson targets gangs and white-collar crime, 11/27/92, 1B
  • Maddox, Ava SEE Allstate Insurance Company
  • Maddox, Dwight
    • West Point man is custom guitar maker, 9/23/92, 1D
  • Maddox, John
    • Laurel truckdriver named national rookie of the year, 8/25/94, 5B
  • Maddox, Jon SEE Crime Lab
  • Madigan, Edward
    • USDA secretary at MSU; promises to buy more cheese, 9/24/92, 5B
  • Madison Antiques Market
    • Has paintings Stations of the Cross, 9/5/92, 1D
  • Madison budget, 1993
    • Pared down for 1993, 9/21/92, 1B, 3B
  • Madison Central High School
    • 6 graduates on way to military academies, 4/5/94, 4B
    • Assistant principal Hale wants hearing on dismissal, 8/27/92, 3B
    • Band recognized for size and superiority, 11/12/94, 1A
    • Main road to school is unfinished, 9/3/91, 1A; 10/17/91, 1B
    • New school calls for lesson in patience, 9/4/91, 1B
    • Praised for overall excellence by 'Redbook', 3/26/94, 1B
    • Thad Cochran is graduation speaker, 5/30/93, 1B
    • Will have indoor plumbing, 8/9/91, 4B
  • Madison Countians Allied Against Poverty
    • Sister Mary Grace McGuire leaving, 6/17/91, 1B
  • Madison County
    • 6.8% growth in assesed value seen in 1992, 7/7/92, 5B
    • 75% of county without adequate fire protection, 8/31/94, 1A
    • Appraisers inventoring business equipment, etc, 6/11/93, 5B
    • Attorney: Jackson may win annexation fight, 3/4/89, 1B
    • Chancery Clerk Cooper will pay for truck, 9/23/88, 1A
    • Country club, development may go to Madison County, 10/19/88, 1A
    • Gains $79 million in new construction in 1992, 7/8/93, 4B
    • Growth puts rental property at premium, 8/13/94, 1A
    • Having only 3 ambulances is a concern in county, 3/2/89, 18A
    • Homes sales done, 1/9/88, 3B
    • Madison readies for unprecedented growth, 11/24/88, 1B
    • Needs unit system, 2 supervisors say, 7/15/89, 4B
    • No recession seen in county; tax collections up, 12/12/91, 4B
    • Property values rising rapidly, taxes falling slowly, 8/27/94, 1B
    • Proposed parkway hopes to avoid mistakes made with County Line Road, 5/27/90, 1G
    • Road expansion plan revealed, 3/18/89, 1B
    • Will benefit from goods seized in drug cases, 7/7/89, 2B
  • Madison County Amusement Park
    • Harness racing track opens, 7/22/88, 3B
    • Now the only sanctioned harness racing course in state, 8/6/92, 1A
  • Madison County budget, 1993
    • 1993 budget includes employee pay raise, 9/12/92, 4B
  • Madison County budget, 1994
    • Budget and tax round-up, 9/16/93, 4B
  • Madison County Chancery Clerk
    • Cooper repays $57,000 in payroll taxes, 4/23/93, 1A; 4/24/93, 1A
    • Cooper target of pension-fund probe, 4/29/93, 1A; 4/30/93, 1A
    • Cooper's office payroll records reviewed, 5/7/93, 1B
  • Madison County Courthouse
    • Historic building renovated, 1/19/93, 5B; 2/2/93, 5B; 2/17/90, 1B
    • Major facelift scheduled, 3/25/95, 4B; 5/6/94, 5B; 6/19/95, 3B
    • Supervisors may renovate old facility, not build new one, 9/18/93, 5B
  • Madison County Detention Center
    • Gets first Jackson inmate shipment, 7/25/91, 1B
    • Pay telephones installed, 11/10/92, 5B
    • Ruling calling for monitor for inmates, 3/13/95, 1B; 10/12/93, 5B
    • Security tightened, 11/12/91, 2B
    • To house inmates from Jackson, 7/13/91, 1B; 7/17/91, 2B
    • Will get renovation; seeking funds from Rankin County, 11/14/90, 1B
    • Woman Mary Rushing takes over as administrator, 7/7/94, 5B
  • Madison County Educational Foundation for Excellence
    • Arts program, 7/1/92, 4B
    • Molpus is speaker, 10/7/92, 4B
  • Madison County Fair
    • Organizers hope to initiate annual event, 7/29/93, 4B; 8/6/93, 1B
  • Madison County Jail SEE Madison County Detention Center
  • Madison County Journal
    • New owner is Scott Waller, 1/7/92, 6B
  • Madison County Library System
    • Canton library's adult literacy program receives grant, 6/18/92, 2B
    • Joing computer age, 2/24/94, 4B
    • Library renovation, 1/27/95, 5B; 1/28/95, 4B; 5/9/95, 4B; 12/28/94, 4B
  • Madison County Mental Health Center
    • Dedication held, 5/15/93, 4B
  • Madison County Public Schools, 2/1/87, 1B
    • $10,000 grant for special education equipment, 8/18/93, 3B
    • 2 new schools on agenda, 8/25/93, 1B; 8/31/93, 1B
    • 2 new schools: negotiations on land purchases, 10/5/93, 5B
    • 250 students given tuberculosis test, 5/13/94, 1B; 5/13/94, 4B
    • 3 part series, 2/22/88, 1A+
    • 90 sign petition to stop bond plan, 2/20/88, 1B
    • Accepts bid for expanding school space, 3/12/89, 3B
    • Agreement allows work to begin on elementary school, 12/14/89, 1A
    • Agreement is reached on Madison schools, 4/5/90, 1A
    • Because of growth, new classrooms may not be enough, 4/21/94, 4B
    • Blacks threaten suit to stop school, 4/14/88, 1B
    • Board may seek court OK, 2/3/88, 3B
    • Board OKs $22 million 1992 budget, 6/23/92, 5B
    • Board will republish bond notice, 2/4/88, 1B
    • Bond attorney defends validity of plan, 1/27/88, 2B
    • Bond issue: crowded schools seek funds, 10/10/93, 1A, 1G
    • Brown offers land for school, 4/6/88, 2B
    • Budget shortfall calling for deep cuts, 2/18/92, 2B
    • Classroom needs may come before football stadium, 8/22/92, 4B
    • Columbus Day holiday, 10/8/93, 1B
    • Compromise sought, 4/20/88, 1A
    • Consider moving site of new high school, 12/16/87, 3B
    • Controversy stalls schools, 3/20/88, 1A
    • Crowded schools brace for 200 more, 3/5/88, 1B
    • Endris children must go to Canton schools, 11/22/94, 5B
    • Flora residents complain new districts too spread out, 5/20/93, 4B
    • Group backs bond issue, 1/12/88, 3B
    • Growing district wants to increase borrowing power, 12/3/94, 1A
    • Hearing of residency on Endris children, 11/10/94, 4B; 11/11/94, 4B
    • Hearing on bond issue, 1/26/88, 1B
    • Hearings end;only 2 witnesses called, 3/3/88, 2B
    • High Court rejects rehearing on bond issue, 12/22/88, 1B
    • Hope to complete most construction by 1990, 6/6/89, 2B
    • Improvements, new school buildings delayed past Fall 1994, 1/26/94, 1B
    • Influx of students straining facilities, 7/28/94, 4B
    • Judge says more time needed, 1/29/88, 3B
    • Judge to rule on hearing, 2/2/88, 3B
    • Officials eyeing racial makeup of elementary schools, 1/18/90, 1B
    • Overcrowded schools, 5/30/88, 1A
    • Overcrowding due to local population surge, 8/19/93, 4B
    • Parents form biracial group, 3/7/88, 1B
    • Principals reassigned: racial balance, 5/19/88
    • Rain may delay opening of East Madison Elementary, 2/6/90, 5B
    • Ridgeland schools to join system, 7/30/86, 1A
    • School Board makes long-awaited bond sale, 5/24/89, 1A
    • Site of new high school, 1/6/88, 1B
    • State Supreme Court ruling OKs school bond issue, 11/24/88, 1A
    • Students offered money: go to remedial class, 5/31/88, 1B
    • Tempers flare over plan, 3/2/88, 1B
    • Urged to hold $23 Million school bond vote soon, 7/23/88, 4B
    • Winter hired to mediate, 5/19/88, 1B
  • Madison County Public Schools SEE ALSO Bond issues, Madison county
  • Madison County Public Schools SEE ALSO Redistricting, Madison County
  • Madison County School Board
    • Considers year-round school term, 6/10/88, 3B
    • Member: Bond plan "stinks," 2/18/88, 2B
    • School fight wasting money, 2/23/88, 2B
  • Madison County Sheriff's Department
    • Hopkins is subject of federal probe, 11/10/90, 1A
    • Hopkins' course exceeds requirement, 12/23/87, 3B
  • Madison County Strawberry Festival
    • Officials worry about beer at festival, 5/4/90, 1B
    • Sweeten your Spring, 5/3/90, 3E
  • Madison County Superviosrs
    • Auditor: violations honest mistakes, 9/22/88, 1A
  • Madison County Supervisors
    • Attorney General: May not owe, 7/1/88, 1A
    • Auditor probing backhoe purchase, 5/6/88, 1B
    • Black majority?, 10/24/88, 2B
    • Board: ignorant of illegal purchases, 5/10/88, 1B
    • Canton Farm should have gotten bid, high court says, 8/28/92, 4B
    • County won't pay for backhoe rent, 3/30/88, 3B
    • Decision on hiring could lead to filling supervisor vacancy, 12/6/88, 1B
    • Hire new appraiser, 3/8/88, 4B
    • Illegal purchases, 5/19/88, 1B; 7/14/88, 3B
    • In deadlock to fill Luckett's position, 11/19/88, 1A
    • Judge refuses to reveal ruling, 7/19/88, 1B
    • Language policy established, 5/3/94, 5B
    • May have misspent $11,800, 5/18/88, 1A
    • Meeting is halted after dispute over bonds, 3/1/90, 3B
    • New districts likely after 1990 census, 2/10/91, 1A
    • Owes $111,372 for backhoe purchase, 7/22/88, 1A
    • Pat Luckett's widow wants his seat on board, 11/1/88, 1A
    • Pick 1st president in 6 years, 1/3/90, 1B
    • Raises salaries to $26,520, 10/4/88, 1B
    • Richardson and constituent fight, 8/25/89, 1B; 8/29/89, 1B
    • Runoff election between Dowdle, Faulkner, 11/8/89, 1A, 1B
    • Seek bids for courthouse repair, 3/8/88, 4B
    • Split term of board president, 1/5/88, 1B
    • State investigating purchases, 8/12/88, 1A
    • Tie vote keeps widow from post, 11/8/88, 3B
    • To form 2 fire districts, 3/8/88, 3B
    • Vote means more taxes?, 6/7/88, 2B
    • Want county workers to live inside county, 11/19/88, 3B
    • Won't go to trial, 8/24/85, 1B
  • Madison County Supervisors SEE ALSO Dowdle, Bob
  • Madison County War Memorial
    • Fund-raising effort, 5/10/94, 5B
  • Madison Day
    • Celebration draws record crowds, 10/29/89, 1B
  • Madison General Hospital
    • Board to fight privatization, 10/15/92, 4B
    • Director Tom Majure resigns to take North Carolina post, 10/15/92, 4B
    • Looks to swing-bed program to raise profits, 2/4/91, 3B
    • New management sought, 8/14/92, 4B; 8/27/92, 4B; 11/6/92, 5B; 12/24/92, 3B
    • Nurses critical of administrator Wayne Schuler, 12/1/93, 5B; 12/2/93, 4B
    • Rural Health Clinic
      • Dr. Percy Durfey, 1/12/94, 4B; 12/12/94, 1B
    • Supervisors OK its lease to UMC, 11/14/92, 4B
    • UMC bids to lease facility, 12/16/94, 5B
  • Madison Police Department
    • 1-man force recalls his law, order days, 8/9/89, 3B
    • Waldrop is new Chief, 4/8/92, 1B
  • Madison Public Library
    • Santa Claus visits for story hour, 12/22/94, 5B
  • Madison Public Schools
    • County may need extra schools by year 2000, 12/6/94, 2B
    • Lower-than-expected rate on schools bonds, 12/8/93, 4B
  • Madison Square Center for the Arts
    • Sculpture donated by Mayor Hawkins, 12/31/94, 4B
  • Madison United Methodist Church
    • Dedicates new facilities, 9/24/88, 1C
  • Madison, Margaret
    • Arrested on alleged murder-for-hire plan, 3/23/89, 1A
    • FBI agent: Killings sought to keep affair secret, 3/25/89, 1A
    • Pleads guilty to murder-for-hire charge, 6/7/89, 3B; 10/12/89, 1B
  • Madison, Mississippi
    • Alderman have no quorum: dispute over mayor pro tem, 11/16/94, 4B
    • Asked for citizen input on growth plan, 7/15/93, 4B
    • Bids too high on traffic lights, 2/25/88, 2B
    • City has ordinance requiring sprinklers in new buildings, 3/10/94, 4B
    • Delta Express builds custom-designed convenience store, 5/15/89, 1B
    • Depot shops on schedule, 6/16/88, 1A
    • Effort to turn old high school building into arts center, 8/7/92, 4B
    • Forty years ago women ran the town; cleaned it up, 5/18/92, 1B
    • Gates at Tidewater and Treasure Cove subdivisions, 7/11/95, 4B; 9/21/94, 4B
    • Local arts given boost with purchase of school gymnasium, 2/26/94, 5B
    • Looking for room to grow, 6/9/89, 1A
    • Madison, gas station dispute zoning, 9/16/88, 1B
    • Madison, Ridgeland draw up compromise, 7/24/88, 1A
    • Madison/Ridgeland annexation dispute, 6/22/87, 1A
    • Main Street program eyed by Franklin, Tennessee, 4/8/93, 4B
    • Mirrors growth of Germantown, TN, 5/29/88, 1A
    • Newly elected officials take office, 6/23/89, 3B
    • Ohio based firm challenges Madison's sign ordinance, 1/1/88, 3B
    • Playing field for youth sports, 4/13/94, 4B
    • Seeks friends to fund first park, 3/10/88, 1B
    • State's highest per capita income, 10/17/86, 1A
    • Supporters of school bond issue cancel petition drive, 12/3/88, 3B
    • Tax assessor under investigation, 3/8/89, 1B
    • Wants to halt sale of water service, 9/24/88, 3B
    • Wins round of Bear Creek Water feud, 3/25/89, 1B
    • Workshop on controlled growth in the '90's, 8/13/93, 5B
  • Madison, Mississippi SEE ALSO Apartments, Madison
  • Madison-Leake-Yazoo Health Clinic
    • Gets $1.5 million in funding, 5/28/93, 4B
  • Madison-Ridgeland Academy
    • Athletic programs put on 2-year probation, 5/5/94, 1A
    • Earth Day activities, 4/23/93, 1B
    • Students curtail television viewing, 12/2/92, 1D
  • Madison-Ridgeland High School
    • Short on space, long on ideas, 4/20/90, 4B
  • Madonna
    • Her book--Sex--goes on sale in Jackson, 10/22/92, 1D
  • Madrigal singers
    • Murrah High School, 12/19/89, 4B
  • Magazines
    • Coast Magazine publishers Neil and Linda White, 7/4/89, 1D
    • Golf for Women magazine published in Oxford, 9/13/89, 6B
    • Jackson threesome publishes 'Victory,' a Christian magazine, 5/11/91, 1D
    • John Grisham is new publisher of 'The Oxford American', 8/21/94, 1F
    • Living Blues, published in Oxford, 3/15/90, 1D
    • Mag Man Samir Husni of Ole Miss, 10/5/88, 1D
    • Mississippi Business and others, 12/15/85, 1I
    • National Geographic and Jet printed in Corinth, 6/21/89, 6B
    • Samir Husni's Guide to New Consumer Magazines, 2/22/94, 6B
    • Student literary magazines teach writing, publishing, 11/28/89, 4B
  • Magee Co-Op
    • Farm chemicals found buried on premisis, 8/1/92, 5B
    • Former director Gary Nichols pleads innocent in dumping incident, 11/23/93, 2B
  • Magee High School
    • Parents charge principal after intervention in fight, 10/17/94, 3B
  • Magee Public Schools
    • Work to surmount bond issue loss, 10/19/90, 4B
  • Magee, Clyde
    • Agriculture Commissioner
      • Campaign '87, 10/9/87, 1B; 10/13/87, 1B
    • Will seek commissioner of agriculture post, 12/7/94, 4B
  • Magee, Don
    • Assault charges brought by Francis Lombardo dropped, 9/29/93, 4B
    • Brandon officer suspended for striking wife, 2/22/94, 1B
    • Brandon policeman resigns, 2/23/94, 1A
    • New assistant police chief in Brandon, 8/23/93, 3B
  • Magee, J.E.
    • Picked for interim constable, 9/21/89, 5B
  • Magee, Mississippi
    • 2 of 6 fired police officers rehired, 7/11/89, 2B
    • Crazy Day fest, 8/15/91, 2E; 8/20/89, 1B
    • Downtown revitalization: Magee Mall for All etc., 3/19/92, 3E
    • Fired teacher doubts rape occurred, 4/30/88, 1A
    • Police dispatcher's sexual harrassment suit, 8/4/89, 1B; 8/5/89, 1B; 8/8/89, 1B
  • Magee, Terry and Pat SEE Embroidery by Romage
  • Magic Moments
    • Organization grants wishes to critically ill children, 3/25/93, 1D
  • Magicians
    • Magician/clown Pi Johnston, 12/28/89, 1D
    • Mississippi
      • Over 100 in state carrying on Houdini tradition, 10/27/91, 1E
  • Magicians SEE ALSO Grant, Gene; Lorenz, Skip
  • Magistrates SEE Supreme Court
  • Magloire, Stivenson SEE Bryant Galleries
  • Magna Bancorp SEE Magnolia Federal Bank
  • Magna Corp
    • To sell its steel mill, 7/28/85, 1I; 7/31/85, 8B
  • Magnet schools
    • Jackson, 7/21/87, 1B
      • Attracting attention of parents, 8/8/90, 4B
      • Baker and Boyd schools approved as magnet schools, 7/17/90, 2B
      • Boyd Elementary crowded, closed to citywide applications, 8/29/90, 1B
      • City studies broad plan, 4/10/90, 1A; 4/12/90, 1A
      • Drawing students back to public schools, 8/27/89, 1A; 12/1/89, 4B
      • Expansion of program on hold due to loss of federal grant, 8/23/91, 1A
      • Fine arts programs to be expanded, 11/26/90, 1B
      • New school chief Canada to re-examine plan, 4/28/90, 1A
    • Memphis
      • Parents camp out for days to apply, 8/27/89, 2B
  • Magnetek Universal Mfg.
    • Accident in plant kills two workers, 9/29/90, 1A, 3B; 9/30/90, 3B
    • Nets $60M in public offering of stock, 6/26/89, 11E
    • Opens 30,000 sq. feet warehouse/distribution center in Jackson, 2/2/89; 8B
  • Magnolia Academy
    • To close, 5/8/87, 3B
  • Magnolia Bar Association
    • Mid-Winter Awards Banquet, 1/15/93, 2B
    • Mock trial competition for black teenagers, 3/29/92, 1B
  • Magnolia Bar Association SEE ALSO Supreme Court---Blacks...
  • Magnolia Classic Chevy Club
    • Show benefits UMC Children's Cancer Clinic, 8/28/94, 1B
  • Magnolia Federal Bank
    • 1st female president Lou Ann Poynter, 6/25/93, 5B
    • Acquires 13 offices of Altus Federal (Alabama), 5/24/94, 6B
    • Announces merger with First Federal S&L of Biloxi, 7/11/89, 6B
    • Buys $2.4 million servicing rights of Mobile thrift, 11/3/92, 6B
    • Buys deposits of Brookhaven Federal S & L, 7/13/91, 5B
    • Buys Eagle Federal Bank of Waynesboro, 2/25/93, 5B
    • Buys home loans once owned by Unifirst, 9/1/90, 6B
    • Buys insolvent First City Federal of Lucedale, 7/20/91, 5B
    • Calls off merger with First Federal, 7/17/93, 5B
    • Completes public sale of stock, 3/5/91, 6B
    • Declares 20% stock dividend, 10/31/92, 6B
    • Fined for currency transactions, 9/4/86, 1A
    • Good news: high earnings, stock split, acquisitions, 4/28/93, 5B
    • Income rises 95% in 4th quarter 1992, 1/23/93, 4B
    • Parent company Magna Bancorp doubles earnings, 7/29/92, 5B
    • Parent Magna Bancorp's annual earnings up 512%, 8/2/91, 5B
    • Plans 2-for-1 stock split, 4/23/94, 5B
    • Plans stock offering to boost net worth, 8/22/90, 6B
    • Shows earnings jump for third quarter 1992, 10/21/92, 5B
    • Stock soars 17% as earnings double, 4/25/91, 5B
  • Magnolia Fine Arts Competition
    • At State Fair, 10/8/89, 1F
  • Magnolia Grille
    • Restaurant review, 4/26/90, 4F
  • Magnolia Industries Inc
    • Gets $7.2M food contract, 12/8/89, 5B
  • Magnolia Law Enforcement Rendezvous
    • First games held, 5/23/93, 1B
  • Magnolia Music
    • Paul Champagne, owner
      • How's business?, 12/7/93, 6B
  • Magnolia Rifle and Pistol Club, 6/28/87, 1C
  • Magnolia Speech School
    • Wants to teach deaf to speak, 7/17/88, 1C; 9/21/94, 1D
  • Magnolia State Disposal SEE Browning-Ferris Industries Inc
  • Magnolia Storytelling Festival
    • In Natchez, 9/24/92, 3E
  • Magnolia Terrace Neighborhood Association
    • Fall Fest: pledge to fight crime, 10/31/93, 4B
  • Magro, Charles
    • Paralyzed American Veterans fraud
      • He and Thomas Aitken charged, 3/20/93, 3B
  • Magundi's Restaurant & Deli
    • Restaurant review, 3/27/88, 1F
  • Mahon, Dennis
    • Walking across USA to raise money for homeless shelter in Charlotte, 3/2/93, 2B
  • Mahoney, Bobby SEE Beer---Biloxi
  • Maid of Cotton
    • Ole Miss student Courtney Stewart chosen, 12/29/91, 3B
  • Mail
    • Boxes, 9/4/87, 8B
    • Carriers
      • Rural route rates special delivery, 12/15/87, 1C
    • Costs to businesses, 5/31/87, 1G
    • Lost items sent to Undeliverable Mail office in Atlanta, 12/20/91, 1B
    • Sorters
      • Hinds County hires private mail sorters, 10/8/85, 1B
  • Mail SEE ALSO Junk mail
  • Mail SEE ALSO Postage stamps
  • Mail bombs
    • Evidence links the 2 bombs sent to ABC-TV chairman, 7/22/94, 1B; 7/28/94, 4B
    • Local police defuse bomb targeted for ABC-TV president, 7/20/94, 1B; 7/21/94, 3B
    • USM has workshop for faculty and staff, 8/9/93, 1B
  • Mail delivery SEE Mailboxes
  • Mail fraud
    • FBI arrests Canton couple in mail fraud, 2/23/89, 1A
    • Jackson man Charles Torns Jr. is charged, 3/20/90, 5B
    • Pearl women plead guilty to mail fraud, 11/9/90, 1B
  • Mail fraud SEE ALSO Fraud
  • Mail order catalogs
    • 'Tis the season to be smart catalog shopper, 9/30/93, 5B
    • State businesses happy over ruling on mail-order taxes, 5/27/92, 1A, 5B
  • Mail order scam
    • Bass boat, 8/19/86, 8B
  • Mail theft
    • Jackson man pleads innocent to assault, robbery of postal worker, 7/6/90, 3B
    • Pair charged with theft of checks at Bolton Post Office, 2/21/92, 4B
  • Mail-in voter registration
    • Bill gets total Senate approval, 3/12/91, 1A
    • Bill passed in Senate, 2/6/90, 1B
    • Bill passes House after 11 years, 2/15/91, 1A
    • Circuit clerks preparing their own mail-in bill, 12/9/90, 1H
    • Clears committee, goes to House floor, 2/1/91, 2B
    • Facing Senate test, 2/18/91, 5B
    • House approves measure, 1/26/89, 1A
    • House Black Caucus threatens stall over mail-in registration, 2/14/91, 1B
    • House committee rejects bill, 2/23/90, 1B; 2/27/90, 3B; 2/28/90, 3B
    • League of Women Voters works at Wal-Mart, 8/23/92, 1B; 8/29/92, 4B
    • Mail-in bill survives House committee, 2/10/91, 1H
    • Molpus calls for mail-in registration, 1/9/90, 3B
    • Molpus urges use of mail-in registration, 7/28/89, 5B; 8/28/88, 4B
    • Senate committee to vote on mail-in bill, 2/25/91, 3B
    • Senate panel OKs mail-in registration, 2/28/91, 1B
    • Service may become available in July 1992, 3/30/92, 3B (update)
    • Tennessee's mail-in voter registration has worked well, 2/21/91, 1B
  • Mail-in voter registration SEE ALSO Voter registration
  • Mail-order firms
    • State loses $28 Million in sales taxes to, 2/9/89, 8B
  • Mailboxes
    • Ditto angered at post office over curbside mailbox program, 3/27/91, 5B
    • Ditto starts campaign to restore doorside delivery, 5/15/91, 5B
    • Rankin County mandates flexible posts on boxes, 7/7/93, 1A; 7/9/93, 1B
    • Rankin County rescinds law after public furor, 7/13/93, 1B
  • Mailing services
    • Mississippi
      • Packing and mailing businesses find a niche, 11/20/88, 1G
  • Main Street Meridian Program
    • Community-government relationship, 5/23/94, 3B
  • Main, Roy
    • Public health physician leaves Mississippi after four years, 7/22/91, 1A
  • Maison Weiss
    • Fire, 4/12/89, 4B
  • Major Economic Impact Authority
    • DECD needs more time to allocate grants, 8/2/91, 3B
  • Major, Alex, 8/13/86, 1D
  • Majure, Tom SEE Madison General Hospital
  • Makamson, Debbie SEE Weddings
  • Make A Diferrence Day
    • National volunteer campaign, 10/19/94, 1B; 10/24/93, 1B
  • Make A Difference Day
    • Canton residents spruce up Hickory Street, 4/17/94, 1A
    • Young Pearl volunteers, 10/23/94, 2B
  • Make-A-Wish Foundation
    • Shopping spree for Rashanna Ragland, 7/31/93, 1A
  • Make-A-Wish-Foundation
    • Baseball games tickets, 6/27/87, 1B; 7/4/87, 3B
  • Make-up
    • Glenn Roberts of Elizabeth Arden offers makeovers at McRae's, 12/2/93, 1D
    • Teenagers, 3/8/87, 1E
    • With young teenagers, less is more, 9/29/92, 1D
  • Malaco Records
    • Frank Williams, director of gospel division, 8/17/89, 1E
    • Gathers mass gospel choir for album, 3/12/88, 1C
    • Gets court order stopping bootleg tapes and videos, 10/18/89, 4B
    • Mannery is new director of gospel division, 5/1/93, 1D
    • Record company, 8/21/87, 1C
    • Suit accuses Louisiana couple of pirating tapes, 6/13/91, 1B
  • Malaco Records SEE ALSO Couch, Tommy
  • Malatesta, David
    • Low cost funerals, 3/16/87, 1A
  • Malcolm X
    • Debut of controversial movie, 11/18/92, 1D
    • Movie draws praise at Jackson opening, 11/19/92, 1B
    • Where fashion meets philosophy, 11/18/92, 1D
  • Malcolm X Grassroots Movement
    • Protests police killings and white racism, 11/9/90, 5B
  • Male models, 5/3/87, 1E
  • Male prostitutes SEE Prostitution
  • Male strippers
    • Show cancelled in Gulfport, 6/26/87, 3B
  • Malin, Don
    • Clinton seminary librarian has cult-watching group, 8/25/90, 1D
  • Mall of Meridian
    • MGHerring Group of Dallas to develope, 2/20/91, 7B
  • Mallett, Cedric
    • Judge refuses lower bond for drug suspect, 2/11/92, 4B
  • Mallett, Jacqueline SEE Sweepstakes
  • Mallett, Reginald
    • Rescued after fall into 8-foot mudhole, 4/12/94, 1A
  • Mallette, Ellen Louise
    • Child born to Madison couple in St. Dominic's parking lot, 3/12/92, 4B
  • Mallette, Jack SEE Comic books
  • Mallette, Wallace
    • Teacher beaten at Greenwood elementary school, 2/19/90, 3B
  • Malloy, Jim SEE St. Dominic's Hospital
  • Malls SEE ALSO Factory outlet malls
  • Malls SEE ALSO Shopping centers
  • Malls, Jackson
    • 2 new malls for area, both developed by Andrew Mattiace, 8/2/94, 1A
    • Adding extra Christmas hours, 11/21/91, 5B
    • Congress Street mall proposed, 10/17/88, 1A
    • Malls trim hours to save money, 3/26/91, 6B
    • Teenagers a growing problem at shopping malls, 12/9/90, 1G
    • Underground mall in downtown area proposed, 7/8/89, 6B
    • Walkin' the malls (exercise), 8/11/91, 3E
    • Walking, 11/10/86, 1B
    • Walt Disney and other new store openings scheduled, 8/27/93, 5B
    • What teenagers wear to go mall crawling, 9/29/91, 1E
  • Malls, Meridian
    • MGHerring Group of Dallas to develope Mall of Meridian, 2/20/91, 7B
  • Malls, North Mississippi
    • Purchase, 3/24/87, 8B
  • Malone & Hyde
    • Food distributor's Tupelo warehouse closed down, 324/94, 5B
  • Malone, Brittany
    • 5-year old daughter of Rep. Bennett Malone spends days at Capitol, 5/14/92, 1A
  • Malone, Jennifer
    • Gayfer Girls Big Sister, 8/9/91, 1E
  • Malone, Melvin SEE Indianola Police Department
  • Malone, Rene
    • Accordion player at restaurant in Biloxi
      • A Day in the Life, 8/1/94, 1D
  • Malone, Viola
    • Gets stiff penalty for drug conviction, 1/10/91, 1B
    • Laurel Councilwoman arrested on drug charge, 6/26/89, 1B; 6/27/89, 5B; 11/10/90, 2B
  • Maloney Building
    • Jackson lawyer wants to buy building from city, 4/19/90, 5B; 11/1/89, 1B
    • Lawyer wants to buy building from city, 11/1/89, 1B
  • Maloney, J.C.'Con'
    • Cowboy Maloney's Appliance and Video
      • Business profile, 3/26/90, 4E
  • Malouf, Mike SEE Peters, Ed
  • Malpractice
    • Bill takes steps against, 1/26/86, 1B
    • Insurance and state doctors, 9/18/87, 8B; 10/10/87, 8B; 10/14/87, 8B; 10/17/87, 8B
    • Insurance rates and state doctors, 8/18/87, 3B; 8/21/87, 8B; 8/22/87, 8B; 8/25/87, 8B
    • Nurses increasingly becoming targets, 8/31/92, 1B
    • Pediatrician who prescribed Maalox to infant Bradley Haas, 9/28/94, 1B
    • Purvis boy John Heldt awarded $7.8 Million, 8/21/94, 2B
    • Rate 29%, 9/19/87, 1A; 10/1/87, 8B
    • Senate sends bill on medical malpractice back to committee, 3/29/89, 10B
    • Suit against Meridian doctors in cancer death is dismissed, 5/13/90, 4B
  • Malvaney, George
    • Invasion of Dominica, 5/4/87, 1B
  • Mamaw Bishop Daycare
    • Bishop facing prison term and fines, 3/4/94, 4B
    • Earl Bishop won't survive imprisonment, wife says, 4/9/94, 4B
    • Operator's husband is arrested, 6/12/93, 5B; 6/19/93, 4B
    • School closed after molestation charge, 3/20/93, 1B; 3/24/93, 4B; 4/15/93, 4B
  • Mame
    • Show at Municipal Auditorium, 12/6/89, 1D
  • Man in the Moon
    • Motion picture has local cast auditions, 2/9/90, 1E
  • Managed care SEE ALSO Department of Health
  • Managing for Results: Performance Measures in Government
    • Austin meeting, 10/23/93, 3B; 10/31/93, 5B
  • Mandala United Ministries
    • Greenwood
      • After-school tutoring program, 11/14/94, 8A
  • Mandarin House
    • Restaurant review, 1/17/88, 1F
  • Mandates (federal) SEE Federal mandates
  • Mandela, Maki
    • South African activist speaks at USM, 2/19/92, 2B
  • Mandela, Nelson
    • State NAACP charters bus to Atlanta, 6/26/90, 3B; 6/27/90, 7A; 6/28/90, 1A
  • Mandy
    • Weimaraner in Ocean Springs checks self into veterniary hospital, 9/18/92, 1B
  • Mangum, William and Dondri SEE Voice of Hope Ministries
  • Manhattan Health Care Center
    • Furry friends brighten day, 1/21/88, Focus NE, p.1
  • Manhunt
    • 4 Jackson teens captured after 4-county crime spree, 9/26/94, 1B; 9/27/94, 2B
  • Manila Drive
    • July 4th block party, 7/5/87, 1A
  • Manitoba, Canada
    • Tundra tours, 9/10/89, 1F
  • Manker, David
    • After closing arguments, case goes to jury, 12/11/89, 1B; 12/12/89, 1B
    • Experts say blood stain consistent with his account of slaying, 12/9/89, 1A
    • Found innocent in wife's death, 12/13/89, 1A; 12/14/89, 1A
    • Still loves slain 1st wife, 2nd wife says, 12/7/89, 1A; 12/8/89, 1A
    • Trial is an expense to Coahoma County, 12/13/89, 1A
    • Wants evidence back used in his trial, 2/3/90, 1B
  • Manker, Sara Jane
    • Murder, 10/24/87, 1B; 11/29/89, 3B; 11/30/89, 2B; 12/5/89, 5B; 12/6/89, 1B
  • Mann, Joshua
    • Real-life 'Doogie Hawser' ready for medical school, 3/4/92, 1A
  • Mann, Linda SEE Craftsmen's Guild of Mississippi
  • Mann, Tangie Lee SEE Kidnapping---Covington County
  • Mann, Tom SEE Diamondback terrapins
  • Mann, W. V.
    • Leaves UMC for Kentucky post, 5/23/86, 1B
  • Mannery, Jerry SEE Malaco Records
  • Manning, Alex
    • Neon switches on creativity, 6/21/88, 1D
  • Manning, Archie
    • Chosen to College Hall of Fame, 1C; 1/26/89
    • Ends storied career, 8/27/85, 1A
    • Inducted into College Football Hall of Fame, 12/6/89, 1C
    • Mississippi roots gave support in low periods, 12/13/87, 1B
    • The next generation: sons Payton and Cooper, 12/1/91, 1D
  • Manning, Archie SEE ALSO Archie Manning's Gold's Gym
  • Manning, Kathy
    • Crowned Miss Mississippi USA, 11/29/86, 1C
    • Miss Mississippi USA, 1/19/87, 1D; 2/19/87, 1G; 11/30/86, 1B; 12/1/86, 1C
    • Reign as Miss Mississippi ends, 7/14/85, 1E
  • Manning, Paul
    • Jacksonian says prison mail rules unfair to inmates, 8/2/91, 1B
  • Manning, Peyton
    • Quarterback chooses University of Tennessee, 1/26/94, 1A, 1C
  • Manning, Sudie
    • Art show, 5/10/87, 1F
    • Jackson artist returns to painting with oils, 6/16/91, 1F
  • Manning, Vincent SEE Jails, Jackson---2 inmates
  • Manning, Willie
    • Bound over to grand jury in slaying of 2 elderly women, 7/9/94, 3B
    • His trial for MSU slayings will be in Starkville, 8/30/94, 3B
    • Oktibbeha NAACP plans rally, 11/11/94, 1B; 11/20/94, 1B
    • Retrial sought, 11/22/94, 2B
    • Trial in MSU slayings, 10/31/94, 1B; 11/2/94, 3B; 12/7/94, 4B
    • Trial: 2 fellow inmates say he is killer, 11/5/94, 1B
    • Trial: jacket links suspect to scene, 11/3/94, 1B
    • Trial: killer gets death penalty, 11/9/94, 1B
    • Trial: Manning found guilty, 11/8/94, 1B
    • Trial: race becomes issue, 11/4/94, 1B
  • Manning, Willie SEE ALSO Miller, Tiffany
  • Manning, Willie SEE ALSO Murder, Starkville...2 elderly women
  • Manning, Willie SEE ALSO Steckler, Jon
  • Mansell, E.D.(Buddy)
    • Convicted of fraud, 7/11/85, 1A
  • Manship House
    • Gunman robs five couples in parking lot, 5/5/91, 1B
    • Showcases life in the 19th century, 4/29/93, 3E
  • Mansion Trust SEE Governor's Mansion---Mabus'...
  • Mansions SEE Historic houses
  • Manson, Charles, 1/7/87, 1C; 1/8/87, 1C
  • Mantachie Elementary School
    • PTA efforts bring computer lab to school, 2/5/92, 3B
  • Mantachie Manufacturing
    • Closing its Itawamba plant, 8/27/94, 5B
  • Manuel, Donald
    • Greenville man pleads guilty to embezzlement, 7/25/91, 4B
  • Manuel, Paul SEE Illegal aliens--2 sailors...
  • Manufactured homes SEE Mobile home industry
  • Manufacturing, Mississippi
    • Condos: US test for Swedish products, 7/19/88, 8B
    • Factory investment falls $400 Million, 1/13/88, 10B
    • Garment plants busy, 8/7/88, 1G
    • Growth predicted, 1/10/88, 10G
    • Looking for good year in 1994, 1/7/94, 5B
    • New law outlines liability in lawsuits, 7/21/94, 5B
    • State in top 10 for attracting manufacturers, 3/30/91, 7B
    • State is losing jobs and plants to cheaper overseas market, 8/18/91, 1C
  • ManuTech,Inc.
    • Jackson
      • Makes fireplace logs, 10/22/88, 6B
  • Manville Forest Products
    • Clinton, 7/7/85, 1G
    • Plant gets design awards, 4/15/88, 8B
  • Map of literary Mississippi
    • Mississippi Council of Teachers of English, 12/4/87, 1F
  • Maple Street area
    • Apartment residents cultivate safer image, 4/17/94, 1B
  • Maple street area
    • Patrolman Aubrey Rainey transfered because of riot conduct, 9/4/92, 3B
  • Maple Street area
    • Patrolman Larry Harper assigned to neighborhood, 8/16/92, 1A
    • Patrolman Rainey's suspension upheld, 2/8/93, 2B
    • Police help apartment residents get rid of graffiti, etc, 8/22/92, 1B; 8/23/92, 1B
  • Maple street area
    • Rainey's suspension over improper arrest is upheld, 6/26/94, 2B
  • Maple Street area
    • Residents throw rocks and bottles at police, 8/7/92, 1A
  • Maple street area
    • Tenants still battling crime; want abandoned buildings razed, 2/16/94, 4B
  • Maples & Lomax
    • Pascagoula law firms pays $440,200 court fine, 12/8/93, 3B
  • Maples, Darwin
    • Can never seek another judicial office, 1/1/93, 3B
    • Cleared of extortion; says he's not bitter, 6/27/92, 2B
    • Jackson County circuit judge to resign, 6/26/91, 1B
    • Retired circuit court judge faces 42 felony charges, 12/8/91, 1A; 12/9/91, 2B
    • Taken off bench pending investigation, 7/2/91, 1A
  • Maples, Stacey SEE Murder, Oxford
  • Maps
    • Federal government funds mapping-skills courses at Hinds, JSU, 9/14/91, 5B
  • Maps SEE ALSO Highway map
  • Mar Mac
    • Antebellum house in Hazlehurst, 11/30/87, 1B
  • Mara, Thalia
    • Governor's Award for Excellence in the Arts, 3/7/90, 1D
  • Mara, Thalia SEE ALSO Thalia Mara Hall
  • Maranatha Christian Bookstores
    • Moves to larger store
      • Christian fiction in demand, 9/10/94, 1D
    • Victor Smith, owner, 12/12/92, 1D
  • Maranian, Zareh
    • Artist, 4/9/89, 1F
  • Marathon-LeTourneau Corp, 2/15/87, 1I
    • Layoffs said to be temporary, 2/13/92, 5B
    • Texas contractor to buy Vicksburg plant, 11/13/93, 8B
    • To pull out of Vicksburg, 4/29/92, 5B
  • Marble, Alfred C
    • Named bishop coadjutor of Mississippi, 6/8/91, 1D; 6/15/91, 1D; 6/16/91, 1B
  • Marbury, Donald
    • PBS official in Jackson talks of multiculturalism on public TV, 10/11/91, 3B
  • Marcel's
    • Restaurant review, 11/14/91, 4F
  • March bugs SEE Love bugs
  • March for Jesus
    • Jackson-area marchers participate in nationwide effort, 6/26/94, 5B
  • March Madness SEE Basketball
  • March of Dimes
    • $960,000 grant to combat infant mortality in state, 9/24/94, 3B
    • Benefit Celebrity Gourmet Gala, 1E; 1/17/90, 1E; 1/18/89
    • Gourmet Gala 1989 raises $50,000 for charity, 1B; 1/22/89
    • Gourmet Gala, 4th Annual, 1/25/91, 1E; 1/30/91, 1E
    • Gourmet Gala, January 1990 event, 11/15/89, 1E
    • Jail and Bail program fund raiser, 10/30/91, 5B
    • Program to reduce infant mortality in three Delta counties, 2/6/92, 3B
  • March, Willie
    • Holmes County sheriff, 11/8/86, 1A
  • Marcia Ball Band
    • Austin-based group at Hal & Mal's, 7/13/89, 11E
  • Marcol Publishers Inc
    • Memphis
      • Publisher of real estate tabloids is sold, 8/24/89, 6B
  • Mardi Gras Run
    • Nightime race through downtown Jackson, 2/4/93, 9E; 2/5/93, 3B
    • Sponsored by Hal & Mal's; benefits Mississippi Blood Services, 2/6/92, 1D
  • Mardi Gras, 1987
    • Masks by Linda McGehee, 1/21/87, 1D
    • New Orleans, Biloxi, 3/1/87, 1B
  • Mardi Gras, 1988, 1/31/88, 1H
    • Mississippi
      • On MS coast, 2/17/88, 1A
      • Parties, parades, floats, 2/14/88, 1A
  • Mardi Gras, 1989
    • Gulf Coast
      • Election to dry up Mardi kGras spirits, 11/16/88, 1A
  • Mardi Gras, 1990
    • Joe (Rogers) goes to Mardi Gras, 2/23/90-
    • King cake, 1/3/90, 1E
    • Parades throughout Mississippi, 2/22/90, 3E
  • Mardi Gras, 1991
    • Float riders will wave flags and toss yellow ribbons, 2/7/91, 8E
    • Gays giving away condoms in French Quarter bars, 2/10/91, 2B
    • Gulf Coast Carnival Association's museum at Biloxi, 2/7/91, 10E
    • Gulf Coast celebrations give revelers break from routine, 2/13/91, 2B
    • Zulu Parade, 1/20/91, 1F
  • Mardi Gras, 1992
    • Coast celebrations kick off, 2/6/92, 8E; 2/27/92, 6E
  • Mardi Gras, 1993
    • Coast revelers make most of day, 2/24/93, 1A
    • Krewe of Kids in Bay St. Louis, 2/14/93, 3B
    • Mississippi celebrations, 2/18/93, 6E
    • Mystic Krewe of Alpheus in Natchez, 2/11/93, 8E
  • Mardi Gras, 1994
    • Coast celebrations, 2/10/94, 3E
    • Coast officials unsure of celebration's boost to economy, 2/14/94, 1A
    • Elks' Parade in Ocean Springs, 1/27/94, 4E
    • Relaxed celebration in Natchez, 2/3/94, 3E
  • Margaret's Grocery and Market
    • Vicksburg
      • Minister H.D. Dennis builds castle for wife, 5/1/93, 1A
  • Marie Perry's Kitchen
    • Soul food restaurant in Canton, 8/17/94, 5B
  • Marijuana, Biloxi
    • 23 arrested, searching beach, 9/26/86, 1A
    • Plane discovered, 9/24/86, 1B; 9/25/86, 1A
    • Trooper sniffs out 65 pounds of gift-wrapped pot on Coast, 5/30/91, 2B
  • Marijuana, Bolivar County
    • Deputies destroy 200 plants, 8/27/94, 3B
  • Marijuana, Brandon
    • Mother and son accused of growing marijuana plants, 10/8/91, 2B
    • State removes 3 children following raid, 6/6/92, 3B; 6/17/92, 4B
  • Marijuana, Clarke County
    • Seizure, 8/15/87, 3B
  • Marijuana, Clinton
    • I-20 traffic stop leads to 3 drug arrests, 11/10/94, 4B
  • Marijuana, Edwards
    • Houston, Texas man, 63, stopped on I-20, 8/13/93, 5B
  • Marijuana, George County
    • Man arrested---head of largest smuggling ring, 4/12/90, 2B
  • Marijuana, Gulfport
    • 18-wheeler stopped on I-10; record pot bust, 8/27/93, 3B
    • Six arrested, 4/2/89, 3B
    • Traffic stop: 3 arrested, 5/30/93, 7B
  • Marijuana, Jackson
    • $500,000 stash found on Greyhound bus at station, 4/16/94, 1B
    • Birmingham-bound bus yields $200,000 in pot, 4/27/94, 1B
    • Cash, vehicles of alleged marijuana dealers confiscated, 5/10/90, 5B
    • Feds want to keep cash, jewelry seized in arrest of couple, 6/9/90, 5B
    • I-55: tailgater stopped; 35 pounds of pot discovered, 12/11/93, 4B
    • Odor of pot leads to Dannie Tanner's arrest, 7/16/91, 5B
    • Police nab bike-riding suspect, 4/17/90, 5B
    • Pot smuggled in pickup truck work of pros, 3/6/90, 5B
    • Speeding Cadillac stopped on I-20; Georgia man arrested, 5/25/92, 3B
    • Troopers seize 2 cars, 52 pounds of pot, arrest 3 men, 12/15/89, 3B; 12/16/89, 1B
    • Truck stopped for speeding on I-20 yields marijuana, 7/28/90, 1B
  • Marijuana, Jeff Davis County
    • Elderly couple pleads guilty to sale, 3/22/90, 1B
  • Marijuana, Lumberton
    • Dela Barnett given 20 years for pot dealing, 2/8/91, 1B; 4/30/91, 1B
  • Marijuana, Meridian
    • State trooper seizes gift-wrapped marijuana on I-20, 9/20/91, 3B
  • Marijuana, Mississippi
    • Agents see resurgence in popularity, 11/22/92, 6B
    • Authorities destroy record number of plants in 1990, 11/17/90, 1B
    • Confiscations drop (figures), 7/21/85, 1B
    • Eight Louisianans plead guilty to smuggling, 11/21/87, 1B
    • Growth as crop in Mississippi, 9/6/87, 1B
    • Harvest time has arrived: arrests expected, 5/30/93, 7B
    • In state's national forests, 11/28/86, 1A
    • Longoria Operation arrests include several prison inmates, 6/26/93, 3B
    • Ruling on pot-laced brownies, 3/6/86, 1A
    • State has made big dent in pot crop since January 1990, 10/7/90, 1B
  • Marijuana, Pearl River County
    • Agents sieze 2500 plants, 7/29/93, 3B
  • Marijuana, Pike County
    • Officials sue to take over farm used in pot production, 7/10/90, 1B
  • Marijuana, Rankin County
    • Drug sniffing dog finds bale-size cache on I-20, 6/17/92, 4B
    • Three arrested; cash and vehicles confiscated, 2/25/92, 5B
  • Marijuana, Ridgeland
    • Bust at Red Roof Inn, 9/13/94, 5B
  • Marijuana, Vicksburg
    • Car stopped on I-20; Georgia suspects elude police for 12 hours, 2/9/94, 1A
  • Marijuana, Yazoo City
    • 904 plants destroyed by narcotics team, 8/7/92, 2B
  • Marina Cantina
    • Country music dance club on Reservoir, 11/26/92, 4H
    • Resort status lets it stay open later than Rodeo's, 1/21/93, 2D
  • Marinas, Columbus
    • Corps rejects 2 plans for Columbus Lock and Dam, 6/24/93, 3B
  • Marine Education Center
    • Biloxi
      • Offers day camp to study aquatic environment, 6/8/90, 4B
  • Marine Life Oceanarium
    • Criticized by dolphin-rights activist Richard O'Barry, 8/24/90, 1B
  • Marine Shale Inc SEE Lott, Trent
  • Marines
    • Drum and bugle corps, silent drill team, color guard perform, 9/23/89, 3B; 9/24/89, 1B
    • Pearl man returns World War II flag to 542nd squadron, 6/2/89, 4B; 6/3/89, 1B
    • Reunion for Memorial Day, 5/28/89, 1B; 5/30/89, 1B
  • Marino, Eugene
    • Archbishop of Atlanta, Biloxi native, resigns, 8/2/90, 1A; 8/4/90, 3B; 8/9/90, 3A
    • Catholic archbishop, 5/1/88, 6B
    • First black archbishop, Biloxi native, 3/16/88, 3B
    • Marino installed in Atlanta, 5/6/88, 5A
    • New archbishop in demand, 10/1/88, 1C
    • Woman involved with archbishop says they are married, 8/17/90, 2B
  • Mario's
    • It's the good life for Mario and Sonia Elfeki of Mario's Restaurant, 2/6/91, 1E
  • Mario's Italian Restaurant
    • Restaurant review, 4/22/93, 4E; 4/26/87, 1F; 7/19/90, 4F
  • Marion & Silber Fine Portraiture
    • How's business?, 11/3/92, 6B
  • Marion County Hospital
    • State auditors probe, 5/25/86, 1B
  • Marion County Supervisors
    • Ex-supervisor's wife appointed, 5/18/88, 3B
    • Obstruction of justice, 1/6/88, 1B
  • Marion, Robert
    • Paraplegic graduates from Ole Miss with five majors, 8/8/92, 1A
  • Maris West Family Fest
    • At Ag museum, 11/12/92, 4F; 11/16/92, 3B
  • Marital rape SEE Spousal rape
  • Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum
    • Biloxi, 5/7/92, 3E
  • Markell, Jonathan
    • Alias Jay from L.A., cocaine dealer arrested on I-55, 6/29/91, 4B
  • Market basket survey SEE Shopping
  • Market Gallery
    • Canton
      • Will be year-round Canton Flea Market, 5/13/93, 3E
  • Market Research Institute, 8/30/87, 1I
  • Marketing Research Institute
    • Kennedy moves his company to Pensacola, 5/6/92, 5B
  • Marks, Michael
    • Hattiesburg High drama teacher cancels play with gay content, 8/19/94, 1A
    • Hattiesburg High School teacher taps potential, 2/4/92, 4B
    • Teacher of the Year,'88, 11/21/87, 1A
  • Marks, Sutton SEE Redistricting---Jackson
  • Marlboro Country Nights Dance Showdown
    • Carpenter and Peterson compete in regionals, 12/7/94, 1D
  • Marler, Harold
    • Clinton man is world domino champion, 7/28/92, 1D
  • Marlette, Doug
    • Speaks at Millsaps, 10/11/86, 1A
  • Marney, Ben SEE Ben Marney and Home Cookin'
  • Marriage
    • Intriguing marriege proposals, 6/6/93, 1E
    • Mail-order brides, 1E; 1/8/89
    • Mississippi
      • Court approves marriage by mail-order minister, 8/18/88, 1B
    • Mixed marriages: do opposites attract?, 9/26/93, 1E, 2E
    • Premarital counseling by local ministers, 7/3/93, 1D
    • Proposals: make her an offer she can't refuse, 9/1/92, 1D
    • Value of premarital counseling, 6/19/89, 1C
  • Marriage SEE ALSO Weddings
  • Marriage licenses SEE ALSO Vital records
  • Marriott Courtyard Hotel
    • Planned for Ridgewood Court Drive, 5/12/94, 5B
  • Marron, John Martin SEE Republic Bank for Savings
  • Marrs, Suzanne
    • Plans Welty lecture series, 9/28/86, 3H
    • Tours libraries, 1/14/86, 1C
  • Mars, David
    • Plane crashes in Madison County; not seriously hurt, 3/19/93, 1A; 3/20/93, 1B
  • Mars, David SEE ALSO Pilots
  • Marsalis, Wynton
    • Performs in Columbus and Jackson, 2/27/92, 7E
  • Marsden, Midge
    • New Zealander's blues band in the Delta, 8/13/92, 6E
  • Marshall County Hospital
    • Charged for not treating patient, 7/13/89, 1A; 7/14/89, 1B; 7/28/89, 5B
    • Charged in not treating poor patient, 7/13/89, 1A
  • Marshall County Supervisors
    • To pay $41,996 in audit settlement, 1/23/88, 3B
  • Marshall Durbin Industries
    • Hattiesburg plant hit with OSHA fine, 4/5/94, 7B
    • Hattiesburg plant to expand, add 300 jobs, 8/3/94, 8B; 8/24/94, 5B
    • Madison County's largest employer, 4/15/89, 4B
  • Marshall Elementary School
    • I Am Special program, 1/12/90, 4B
    • Jackson
      • Gives greeting on Good Morning, America, 3/9/90, 4B
  • Marshall Industries
    • Pine cleaner, 12/25/85, 8B
  • Marshall Service SEE U.S. Marshall Service
  • Marshall, James
    • Ex-Saints player and companion held on drug charges, 11/23/91, 4B; 11/24/91, 2B
  • Marshall, Lauren and Marilyn SEE Missionaries
  • Marshall, Paule
    • Speaker at JSU's Summer Writing Project Institute, 7/26/91, 4B
  • Marshall, Rachel SEE Murder---Ocean Springs
  • Marshall, Rebecca
    • Head-injury victim defies odds, recovers, 2/5/94, 1B
  • Marshall, Susan SEE Reptile records artists
  • Marshall, Thurgood
    • Dies of heart failure, 1/25/93, 1A
    • Retiring from Supreme Court; local leaders' response, 6/28/91, 9A
  • Marszalek, John
    • His book 'Court Martial: A Black Man in America'
      • Dramatized for TV, 3/6/94, 3B
    • His book: Sherman, A Soldier's Passion for Order, 1/24/93, 3F
    • MSU professor nominated for Pulitzer for book on General Sherman, 11/8/92, 8B
    • Writes Encyclopedia of African American Civil Rights..., 8/26/92, 2B
  • Martin Cleaners & Laundry Inc
    • How's business?, 8/25/92, 6B
  • Martin Elementary School
    • Brookhaven
      • Hands-on problem solving, 12/15/92, 4B
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Association
    • Pickens group reclaims old park, 11/8/92, 1A
  • Martin Metals Inc
    • Flowood firm fined $6000 in employee's death, 1/14/94, 4B
  • Martin, Alexander SEE District Attorneys, Mississippi
  • Martin, Anita
    • Must be allowed to return to job on Aging Commission, 2/8/91, 1B; 10/27/90, 5B
  • Martin, Charley Lee SEE Operation Streetclean
  • Martin, Ernest
    • Accused of mismanaging investors accounts, 4/8/88, 7B
  • Martin, Frank
    • Laurel man collects photos of himself with celebrities, 11/9/92, 1D
  • Martin, Irene
    • Adopt-A-Highway volunteer against littering, 4/21/90, 1A
  • Martin, Jeremy
    • Talented student at Mooreville School, Lee County, 2/18/92, 4B
  • Martin, Jobie
    • His restaurant is closed, but he has other endeavors, 4/20/91, 6B
  • Martin, Joe
    • Will run Jackson County's March primary, but for last time, 1/15/92, 3B; 5/20/92, 3B
  • Martin, Joe SEE Circuit clerks---Jackson County
  • Martin, Lawrence SEE Knight, Andrew
  • Martin, Maxine
    • Honored for work at Youth Detention Center, 5/31/90, 5B
  • Martin, Mckinley SEE Coahoma Community College
  • Martin, Mike
    • Christian rocker, 1/4/86, 1C
  • Martin, Missy
    • Recovering from anorexia and binge-purge disorders, 12/13/92, 1E
  • Martin, Paul
    • Admits stealing 453 cases of Tide detergent from truck, 10/28/93, 1B
    • Fined in 1991 theft of detergent, 1/8/94, 4B
  • Martin, Perry
    • Bootlegger, 9/29/86, 1A
  • Martin, Phillip
    • Deserves to lose re-election, some say, 6/10/91, 1B
    • Faces four challengers for Choctaw chief position, 5/21/91, 2B
    • Re-elected as Choctaw chief, 6/12/91, 1B
    • Salary as tribal leader: $92,000+, 10/22/91, 2B
    • Wins American Indian Resource Institute award, 4/17/91, 2B
  • Martin, Phillip SEE ALSO Choctaw Indians
  • Martin, Robert
    • Coroner injured on way to site of Nathan Williams slaying, 2/1/93, 5A
    • Hinds County coroner loses part-time job with sheriff's department, 10/1/92, 4B
  • Martin, Robert and Ginger
    • Managers at rival fast food restaurants are married, 2/23/92, 1B
  • Martin, Roland
    • Criticism of TV angler for ignoring dying child's wish, 7/17/91, 1D
  • Martin, Wallace SEE Murder---Terry
  • Martin, Yolanda and Perry
    • Teach self defense to health care workers, 9/29/92, 1B
  • Martin/Marietta
    • Space station construction & local economy, 9/17/87, 8B
  • Mary Frances Tea Room
    • Closes down, 3/12/93, 5B
  • Mary Kay Cosmetics SEE Alsobrook, Sonjia
  • Mary Mahoney's Old French House
    • Restaurant review, 5/19/94, 4E
  • Marz Bar
    • Non-alcoholic bar for teens, 1/14/86, 1B
  • Mascots
    • Hinds Community College's 'Ernie the Eagle', 9/8/89, 1E
  • Mashburn Graphics
    • Freelance drafting for companies
      • How's business?, 9/14/93, 6B
  • Mashburn, Robert
    • Bolton man named state's Farmer of the Year, 4/7/91, 4B
  • Mason Corp
    • Union rejects contract extension, 7/6/89, 6B
  • Mason, Johnny SEE Kinchen, Robert
  • Mason, Melvin SEE Operation Streetclean
  • Masonic hall
    • Canton minister objects to construction near his church, 8/6/92, 1B
  • Masonite Corp
    • Buyer mum about plans, 10/4/88, 8B
    • Laurel plant seeks state financial aid on drainage, 2/18/94, 7B
    • Mood is up as sale looms, 6/23/88, 8B
    • Shuts down production at Laurel plant, 5/24/89, 8B
    • To lay off 250 at Laurel plant, 5/12/89, 8B
    • Union approves 3-year contract extension, 7/22/89, 6B
  • Mass Appeal
    • New Stage, 2/16/87, 1D
  • Mass slaying SEE Dorris, Alan
  • Mass transit SEE JATRAN
  • Massachusetts Financial Services SEE Mutual funds
  • Massage, 4/6/87, 1C
    • Massage therapist Neil Strickland, 5/3/93, 1D
  • Massengill, Reed
    • Writes book about his uncle Byron De La Beckwith, 12/26/92, 3B
  • Massey, David
    • Laurel lawyer charged in ecstasy drug investigation, 2/11/90, 2B
    • NAACP wants him off Laurel school board, 2/13/90, 1A; 2/14/90, 2B
    • Pleads guilty to drug conspiracy, 5/25/90, 1B
    • Pleads innocent to drug charges, 3/7/90, 3B
    • Sentenced to 3 years, fined $20,000, 8/31/90, 2B
    • Wife's DUI charge dropped to safeguard drug probe, 5/19/90, 4B
  • Massey, Malcolm
    • Hotel chaplain, 1/11/86, 1C
  • Massie, Christy
    • Columbus attorney's body discovered in car trunk, 7/15/92, 2B; 7/16/92, 1A
    • Hearing for McClure is postponed, 8/1/92, 3B
    • Man James McClure charged in her death, 7/17/92, 1A; 7/18/92, 1B
  • Master Design Furniture
    • Taiwan firm buys Europa plant, 4/24/93, 5B
  • Masters, Tammy SEE Murder-suicide
  • Mastodon
    • Natural Science Museum launches fund drive, 2/22/86, 1B
  • Matchbooks
    • Collector Robbie Stewart, 4/11/89, 1D
  • MatchMaker SEE Deposit Guaranty Mortgage Co
  • Mateer, Lisa SEE Arthritis
  • Mateer, Scott
    • WTYX disc jockey has hit country song 'Dear Me', 7/20/89, 12F
  • Maternity and Adoption Services
    • Catholic Charities, 12/29/94, 1D
  • MATHCOUNTS Contest
    • Competition in Washington, 3/23/93, 4B; 4/23/91, 4B; 5/15/94, 4B; 5/16/92, 1B
  • Mathematics
    • Both students and parents must work on math learning, 9/4/90, 4B
    • Delta Mathematics Project, 7/30/91, 1B
    • Education
      • Poor in state, 4/18/87, 1A
    • Grant to help math teachers reduce failure rate, 7/20/90, 4B
    • MATHCOUNTS competition at Columbia school, 12/19/89, 4B
    • Mississippi Mathematics Coalition seeks improved teaching, 3/19/91, 4B
    • Poor test scores for Mississippi children, 8/15/86, 1A
    • Saxon method of teaching math, 11/10/89, 4B
    • Summer math skills class at McRae's Metrocenter, 7/23/91, 4B
  • Mather, Bryant SEE Butterflies
  • Mathews, James SEE United Methodists Bishops
  • Mathis, James
    • Corinth lawyer suspended by Supreme Court for 6 months, 4/16/93, 3B; 6/25/93, 3B
  • Mathis, Meade SEE Brucellosis
  • Matlack, Timothy
    • Ancestor of Jacksonian enscribed Declaration of Independence, 7/4/90, 1B
  • Matt's House
    • Homeless shelter named for Matt Devenney, 4/18/93, 1B
  • Mattea, Kathy
    • Headlines benefit for Big Brothers/Big Sisters, 9/13/90, 13E
  • Matthew, Jenny SEE Designer drugs
  • Matthews, Doris
    • Artist records her southern heritage, 8/19/90, 1F
    • Watercolorist show at Bryant Galleries, 8/6/89, 1F
  • Matthews, L E
    • Former antagonists drawn together at his funeral, 2/21/93, 3G (Minor column)
  • Mattiace, Andrew
    • Plans retail complex, 3/31/87, 8B
  • Mattiace, Andrew SEE ALSO Malls, Jackson
  • Mattiace, Andrew SEE ALSO Vicksburg Factory Stores
  • Matuszewski family SEE Tornadoes, Lauderdale County
  • Maulden, James SEE Southern Elegance
  • Mauldin, Jerry SEE Entergy Corp
  • Mauldin, Nancy
    • Jackson artist show at Municipal Art Gallery, 1/7/90, 1F
    • Jackson artist works in pastels, 4/21/91, 1F
  • Maulding, Misty
    • Misty Maulding cries to stay with father in custody battle, 8/18/92, 1B
  • Maulding, Wanda
    • Pearl teacher files discrimination suit, 6/16/93, 4B
  • Mauling SEE Dogs
  • Maurer, Saul
    • McComb man worked in Antarctica, 6/21/94, 2B
  • Mauricio-Gonzalez, Jorge SEE Giachelli brothers
  • Mavar Seafood
    • Biloxi hurricane symbol may be torn down, 11/7/92, 4B
  • Max Communications
    • Billups won't reslease list of stockholders, 1/30/92, 2B
  • MAX Communications
    • Chosen as wirless cable supplier, 11/12/91, 1B; 11/23/91, 1B
    • Chosen by EdNet Institute for wireless cable network, 11/12/91, 1B; 12/13/91, 1B
    • Facing many hurdles in wireless cable project, 12/15/91, 1B, 3B
    • Fordice gives it 4 more years to develope wireless cable, 5/1/92, 3B
  • MAX Communications SEE ALSO EdNet Institute; Wireless cable network
  • Max Contemporary Furnishings
    • Tommie Morrison owner
      • Business profile, 1/15/90, 1F
  • Maxey's Restaurant
    • Review, 10/4/87, 1F
  • Maxey, Bud SEE Police chiefs, Starkville
  • Maxey, H.B.
    • Starkville Police Chief files grievance against city, 4/22/94, 3B; 6/25/95, 6B
  • Maxey, Melody
    • Business profile
      • President of Town Creek Co, 2/27/89, 4E
  • MAXIMUS
    • Lawsuit may delay pilot child support collection program, 6/28/94, 1A
    • Private child support collection company may hire state workers, 6/9/94, 1B
    • Private firm begins child-support collection, 7/1/94, 1A; 7/2/94, 3B
  • Maxon, Freddie
    • Police raid on his home yields stolen property, 5/7/91, 5B; 5/8/91, 5B
  • Maxwell, John
    • Actor gives seminar on overcoming fears of public speaking, 8/7/91, 1D
    • Approves probe into Faulkner, 7/8/86, 1D
    • Faulkner's back: one-man show at New Stage, 7/19/88, 1D
    • His Faulkner show once again at New Stage, 7/18/90, 1D
    • Make-up artist, 8/11/87, 1D
  • Maxwell, Larry Costell SEE Murder---Daleville
  • Maxx, T.J. SEE T.J. Maxx
  • May & Co
    • CPA firm merges with Koury, Ready, Butler & Co, 9/11/91, 5B
  • May and Co. Inc
    • Gene May, owner
      • How's business, 6/9/92, 6B
  • May's race, 1993
    • Jackson
      • Filing deadline arrives, 4/3/93, 4B; 4/4/93, 1B
  • May, Billy SEE Police beating---Jackson---(Thomas)
  • May, Bubba
    • His life after term in Parchman, 2/25/90, 1B; 4/10/94, 1A
  • May, Chet SEE National Guard---Helicopter jump...
  • May, Felton SEE United Methodist Bishops
  • May, James "Peewee"
    • Pleads guilty to drug charges, 5/20/86, 2B; 5/21/86, 2B
  • May, John
    • Found innocent of fondling 8-year-old girl, 2/19/93, 4B
  • May, Richard
    • Handicapped Brandon man defrauded on car repairs in New Mexico, 10/23/93, 1B
  • May, Shondra
    • Autopsy points to strangulation, 3/1/86, 1A; 3/2/86, 1A
    • Body found, 2/27/86, 1A
    • Case still open; probe involving Rubin Weeks continues, 8/18/92, 1B
    • Disappearance a mystery, 2/12/86, 1A
    • Her 1986 slaying haunts Scott County, 2/22/93, 1B
    • Jackson man William McLain to be questioned, 2/26/93, 1B
    • Links in slaying to be probed, 2/28/86, 1A
    • Man in Rankin jail Jerry Trest to be questioned, 2/11/94, 4B
    • Man passes lie detector test in case, 2/8/88, 3B
    • Missouri rapist Rubin Weeks questioned in her slaying, 8/12/92, 1A; 8/13/92, 1A
    • Rapist Ruben Weeks returned to Missouri, 8/15/92, 1A
    • Reward offered, 3/4/86, 1A
    • Slaying still a mystery after 2 years, 2/4/88, 1A
    • Tape purchase may be linked to death, 3/7/86, 1B
    • Van possibly linked to death, 3/5/86, 1A
    • William McLain to be questioned, 2/27/93, 1B
  • Mayberry RFD
    • Aunt Bee's Mayberry Cookbook, 5/15/91, 1E
  • Mayberry, Harold
    • Jailed crack seller needs kidney transplant at government expense, 7/30/94, 4B
  • Mayer's race, 1993
    • Ridgeland
      • McGee vs. Wolcott, 4/22/93, 1B
  • Mayfair Apartments
    • No one injured in blaze, 5/23/94, 3B
  • Mayfield, Johnny L SEE Crime rate, Jackson---1991: 73rd...
  • Mayfield, M.B.
    • Mississippi artist, 7/27/86, 1F
  • Mayfield, Rachel
    • Testament to her tenacity: learning to read, 5/23/90, 1D
  • Mayfield, Tommy
    • Hinds County prosecutor sues TV station for slander, 4/4/90, 1B
  • Mayflower Cafe
    • Mike and Jerry Kouteris, owners
      • How's business?, 5/5/93, 5B
    • Restaurant review, 11/1/87, 1F
  • Mayflower Restaurant
    • Restaurant review, 9/2/93, 4E
  • Mayflys
    • Swarming in Reservoir area, 7/18/90, 1B
  • Mayo, John
    • Clarksdale mayor, 2/15/87, 1A
  • Mayo, John SEE Somalia
  • Mayor's Leadership Prayer Breakfast
    • Divine guidance for leadership, 4/17/93, 1D
  • Mayor's Night Out
    • Ditto and city managers at MacLeod Elementary School, 3/19/92, 4B
  • Mayor's race, 1989
    • Jackson
      • Calhoun ads cite gangs as reason for white flight, 4/26/89, 1A
      • Calhoun backers left to choose between Danks, Ditto, 5/4/89, 1A
      • Calhoun backs Ditto in mayoral race, 5/6/89, 1A
      • Calhoun promises to fight crime, 4/22/89, 3B
      • Calhoun wants Danks to apologize or he will sue, 5/10/89, 1A
      • Calhoun's endorsement made Ditto winner, 5/17/89, 1A
      • Calhoun's loss puts blacks back to square 1, 5/7/89, 1B
      • Calhoun: Low police pay = low morale, 3/7/89, 1B
      • Candidate Helen Williams cut from race, 4/21/89, 1B
      • Candidates advised on TV debate, 4/29/89, 1A; 4/30/89, 1A
      • Candidates Danks and Ditto have second debate, 5/13/89, 1A
      • Candidates know black vote is crucial, 4/23/89, 1A
      • Coalition begins push to elect black mayor, 4/12/92, 1A
      • College students grade candidates on debate, 4/30/89, 10A+
      • Contributors to campaigns, 4/28/89, 1A
      • Danks expected to announce candidacy, 1B; 1/17/89
      • Danks holds big lead in polls, 4/30/89, 1A
      • Danks leads in primary; Ditto in runoff, 5/3/89, 1A
      • Danks pulls ad that used on-duty cops, 2/22/89, 1B
      • Danks' relationship with City Council, 4/2/89, 1H
      • Dem rival blasts Danks for using police in ads, 2/21/89, 1B
      • Ditto denounces crime, money woes, 3/7/89, 1B
      • Ditto gaining on Danks in poll, 5/14/89, 1A
      • Ditto says Danks' ads racially divisive, 5/15/89, 1B
      • Ditto says sign ordinance taxes businesses, 6/2/89, 1B
      • Ditto spent most in campaign, 6/3/89, 1B
      • Ditto wins Democratic primary, 5/17/89, 1A+
      • Ditto wins in landslide, 6/7/89, 1A
      • Door-to-door campaigning, 4/16/89, 1A
      • Excavated 1864 speech by Barrows mirrors Ditto's problems, 2/11/91, 1B
      • Few attend election forum, 5/1/89, 1A
      • Heavy turnout expected in election, 5/16/89, 1A
      • Kane Ditto enters race, 1B; 1/19/89; 3/6/89, 1A
      • Marvin "Possum" James as candidate, 4/20/89, 1B
      • Marvin "Possum" James hopes to be a sleeper in mayoral race, 3/26/89, 1A
      • Marvin "Possum" James third candidate to qualify, 1/32/89; 4B
      • Memphis election shows black can be elected, activists told, 3/14/92, 4B
      • Minister: Calhoun tried to influence him to support Ditto, 5/11/89, 1B
      • Moneys raised for campaigns, 4/26/89, 1B
      • Nine qualify, 4/2/89, 1B
      • Professionals backing Ditto campaign, 1A; 2/2/89
      • Rivals meet in Chamber of Commerce-sponsored forum, 4/6/89, 1A
      • Television ads controversy, 4/8/89, 1A
      • Three candidates chasing strategies, 1B; 1/15/89
      • Underdogs Gilchrist and Bonelli say media snubbing campaigns, 6/2/89, 1B
  • Mayor's race, 1993
    • Biloxi
      • Halat asks for recount after 15-vote loss, 6/10/93, 1B; 6/11/93, 1A
      • Halat concedes to Holloway, 6/9/93, 8A
      • Runoff: Halat victory: Stallworth wants recount, 5/19/93, 7A; 5/23/93, 3B
      • Runoff: race no factor, candidates say, 5/17/93, 1B
    • Brandon
      • All 3 candidates envision revitalized city, 4/19/93, 1B
      • Judy Adams announces, 2/5/93, 5B; 5/3/93, 3B
      • Runoff: Whittington wins, 5/19/93, 6A
      • Whittington and Adams in runoff, 5/6/93, 4B; 5/15/93, 1B
      • Whittington putting up signs too early, aldermen say, 2/17/93, 4B
    • Clarksdale
      • Espy has 4 challengers, 4/29/93, 2B
      • Espy saddled with heavy debt, 7/17/93, 1A
    • Clinton
      • All candidates are Republican, 5/2/93, 1B
      • Aultman, Glenn and Valente are candidates, 4/27/93, 5B
      • Runoff could give city 1st woman mayor, 5/17/93, 3B
      • Runoff: Aultman wins, 5/19/93, 6A
    • Edwards
      • General election, 6/5/93, 6B
      • Nerissa Smith hopes to keep job, 5/2/93, 1B
      • Runoff: a personal and political battle, 5/17/93, 1B
      • Runoff: Smith unseated, 5/19/93, 6A
      • Smith will run again; Pritchard might, 2/19/93, 4B
    • Flora
      • General election, 6/5/93, 7B
      • Recount yields no changes, 6/10/93, 4B
    • Florence
      • General election: red truck incident, 5/18/93, 5B
    • Flowood
      • General election, 6/5/93, 6B
    • Greenwood
      • Hopefuls all seek community harmony, 4/26/93, 1B
      • Smith is easy winner, 6/9/92, 8A
    • Hattiesburg
      • Morgan facing 4 opponents, 4/24/93, 2B
    • Jackson
      • 4 candidates face off in TV debate, 4/18/93, 1A
      • Black ministers group endorses Johnson, 4/13/93, 5B
      • Bluntson joins Danks' campaign, 12/13/92, 1B
      • Campaign contributions, 4/29/93, 1B
      • Candidates go street-to-street in campaign stretch, 5/2/93, 1A
      • Chamber of Commerce debate, 4/21/93, 4B
      • Danks criticizes Ditto's early fund-raising efforts, 4/9/92, 4B
      • Danks leading in poll, 4/27/93, 1A, 7A
      • Danks makes it official: he will run, 3/30/93, 5B
      • Danks objects to Ditto ads on vests, jails. police, 3/18/93, 4B
      • Danks says crime taking over city, 11/21/92, 4B
      • Danks says polls show most want Ditto out, 10/23/92, 5B
      • Danks to run, 9/26/92, 1A; 9/29/92, 1A
      • Danks vows to cut crime in half, 1/9/93, 3B
      • Danks wants to upgrade Jackson's quality of life, 4/16/93, 1B
      • Ditto announces for re-election, 3/26/93, 1A
      • Ditto calls his 1st term a good base, 4/16/93, 2B
      • Ditto says Danks reduced police force, 11/22/92, 3B
      • Ditto touts city bond rating, 3/5/93, 4B
      • Ditto's 'chauffeur' ad angers Danks, 3/31/93, 4B
      • Ditto's backers plan party, 10/22/92, 4B
      • Early fund-raisers for Danks, Ditto, Calhoun, 4/8/92, 1B
      • Election eve debate, 5/4/93, 5B
      • Entrepreneurs want more economic opportunities, 4/23/93, 1A, 7A
      • Frustrated residents want focus on crime, 4/8/93, 1A, 13A
  • MAYOR'S RACE, 1993
    • JACKSON
      • GENERAL ELECTION: DITTO WINS IN LANDSLIDE, 6/9/93, 1A+
  • Mayor's race, 1993
    • Jackson
      • General election: Roland relies on divine help, 5/20/93, 1A
      • General election: Roland says Ditto broke promises, 6/3/93, 1B
      • Harvey Johnson to run, 10/2/92, 4B; 10/29/92, 1A; 10/30/92, 1A
  • MAYOR'S RACE, 1993
    • JACKSON
      • IT'S DANKS VS. DITTO IN RUNOFF, 5/5/93, 1A, 15A; 5/6/93, 1A
  • Mayor's race, 1993
    • Jackson
      • Johnson blasts city's solid waste contract, 4/29/93, 4B
      • Johnson calls for public debate, 3/12/93, 4B; 3/13/93, 5B
      • Johnson says 'two Jacksons exist', 4/2/93, 5B
      • Johnson says Farish Street being ignored, 4/20/93, 5B
      • Johnson suggest business incubator at Jackson Mall, 3/29/93, 3B
      • Johnson vows to bring jobs to Jackson, 4/15/93, 4B
      • Johnson wants citizen input on Byram landfill, 4/22/93, 4B
      • Johnson: let police live free in vacant houses, 4/9/93, 4B; 4/10/93, 4B
      • Johnston wants schools left open for community activities, 3/19/93, 4B
      • Johson could unify city, supporters say, 4/30/93, 4B
      • JSU stundent Kourtney Paige in running, 12/5/92, 1B
      • Kirksey endorsed by Bennie Thompson, 4/24/93, 4B
      • Kirksey pledges to help poor blacks, 4/13/93, 5B
      • Largely black police group endorses Ditto, 4/14/93, 4B
      • Paige insists he's serious candidate, 4/15/93, 4B
      • Police and firefighters' unions endorse Danks, 3/12/93, 4B
      • Police department an issue in rhetoric, 4/8/93, 13A
      • Political forum at JSU, 2/28/93, 1B
      • Race and religion take stage at forum, 4/26/93, 2B
      • Reprise of 1989 race?, 9/29/92, 1B
      • Republican Al Roland focusses on homeless, corruption, 2/14/93, 4B
      • Runoff: barbershop kibitzers, 5/16/93, 1A
      • Runoff: black vote will be key, 4/27/93, 1A
      • Runoff: black votes deciding factor in Ditto's election, 5/24/93, 1A
      • Runoff: both Danks and Ditto gain support, 5/13/93, 4B
      • Runoff: Danks and Ditto debate, 5/18/93, 5B
      • Runoff: Danks and Ditto search for winning edge, 5/9/93, 1A
      • Runoff: Danks gets more funding, but still lags behind Ditto, 5/14/93, 1B
      • Runoff: Danks would create new police post, 5/8/93, 4B
  • MAYOR'S RACE, 1993
    • JACKSON
      • RUNOFF: DITTO SWEEPS, 5/19/93, 1A+
  • Mayor's race, 1993
    • Jackson
      • Runoff: good turnout expected today, 5/18/93, 1A
      • Runoff: Johnson makes no endorsement, 5/12/93, 1A
      • Runoff: Poll shows Ditto in lead, 5/11/93, 1A
      • Shamsid-Deen calls for poll observers, 4/16/93, 4B
      • Slain officer's family criticizes Danks' ad, 5/1/93, 4B
      • Sparks fly at Johnnie Champion Center debate, 4/1/93, 3B
      • Uniform Firefighters back Ditto, 4/9/93, 4B
      • Voter's guide, 5/2/93, 1G
      • Voters want mayor who will bridge racial gulf, 4/30/93, 1A, 15A
      • Voters want new mayor to be bridge-builder, 4/16/93, 1A
    • Madison
      • Hawkins vs Rowland, 4/24/93, 4B; 5/1/93, 1B
    • Meridian
      • 7 seeking seat vacated by Rushing, 4/27/93, 3B
    • Mississippi
      • Large voter turnout forecast, 5/4/93, 1A
    • Pearl
      • Childre is victor, 6/9/93, 7A
      • Childre, Galloway, Rogers: Q&A, 4/23/93, 1B
      • Children wins Republican primary, 5/6/93, 4B
      • General election, 6/5/93, 6B
      • Vaughn Galloway announces, 2/5/93, 5B; 4/5/93, 1B; 5/3/93, 3B
    • Pearl SEE ALSO Childre, Mitch
    • Pelahatchie
      • Murphey will not seek reelection, 4/1/93, 5B
      • Sewer upgrade an issue, 6/4/93, 4B
    • Puckett
      • 21 year-old challenger Jason Foshee, 6/5/93, 1B
    • Richland
      • General election, 6/5/93, 7B
    • Ridgeland
      • McGee to seek 2nd term, 3/12/93, 4B
      • Wolcott to run again, 3/30/93, 5B
    • Terry
      • General election, 6/5/93, 6B
    • Vicksburg
      • Challenger Livoza leads over Walker, 6/9/93, 8A
      • Jackson runs against Walker, 4/29/93, 2B
  • MAYOR'S RACE, 1993
    • VICKSBURG
      • LOVIZA DECLARED WINNER, 6/12/93, 1A; 6/15/93, 3B
  • Mayor's race, 1993
    • Vicksburg
      • Walker says a conspiracy behind his defeat, 6/13/93, 1B
      • Walker says write-in ballots weren't counted, 6/10/93, 1A
  • Mayor's race, 1994
    • Canton
      • Incumbent Runnels is confident, 8/29/94, 1B
  • Mayor's Summer Youth Volunteer Corps
    • Ricky Brown, participant, 8/14/92, 1B
  • Mayor's Youth Council
    • Ditto challenges them to make difference in city, 12/1/89, 5B
  • Mayoral election SEE Mayor's race; SEE Calhoun,Credell,SEEDanks, Dale, SEE Ditto
  • Mayoral race SEE Mayor's race
  • Mayorga, Jaime
    • Salvador-born evangelist preaches against drugs, 9/15/90, 1C
  • Mayors Commission on Municipal Cooperation
    • Work to solve common problems, 12/1/88, 2B
  • Mayors, Artesia
    • Mayor Mattie Moore resigns, 1/10/91, 2B
  • Mayors, Baldwyn
    • To resign after pleading guilty, 4/5/89, 1B; 4/21/89, 1B
  • Mayors, Bay St.Louis
    • Election '89, 4/7/89, 1B
  • Mayors, Biloxi SEE Blessey, Gerald
  • Mayors, Bolton, Clinton, Edwards, Raymond, Terry, Utica
    • Election'89, 4/18/89, 4B
  • Mayors, Clarksdale
    • Election '89, 4/8/89, 1B
    • Henry Espy beats Mayo, 5/3/89, 1A
  • Mayors, Corinth
    • Holt says he is innocent in automobile accident scam, 3/1/89, 1B
    • Incumbent Mayor Bishop wins Democratic nod, 9/27/90, 1B; 10/10/90, 2B
    • Race not an issue in election, candidates Bishop and Harris say, 9/10/90, 1B, 2B
  • Mayors, Hattiesburg
    • Election '89, 4/3/89, 1B
    • Says city finances 'ok', 9/3/89, 4B
  • Mayors, Hollandale
    • City aldermen file ethics complaint against mayor, 8/16/90, 2B
  • Mayors, Jackson SEE Mayor's race, 1989 or 1993
  • Mayors, Maben
    • Quinn resigns, 10/9/92, 3B
  • Mayors, Madison
    • Election '89, 4/6/89, 3B; 4/23/89, 4B
    • Hawkins overrides aldermen's choice as mayor pro tem, 8/12/93, 4BN
  • Mayors, Meridian
    • Election '89, 4/6/89, 1B
  • Mayors, Metcalf
    • Town's 1st mayor S.I. Lindsey honored, 11/23/93, 3B
  • Mayors, Metro Mayors Commission
    • Hinds, Rankin, Madison counties, 2/9/90, 7B; 2/17/90, 3B
  • Mayors, Mississippi
    • Election '89 roundup, 4/30/89, 12A+; 6/4/89, 3B
    • Judicial Performance Comm. wants to ban mayors serving as judges, 6/13/89, 1A
    • New officials sworn in throughout state, 7/4/89, 3B
    • Newly elected are replacing city officials, 7/16/89, 1H
    • Small town mayors master big city problems, 10/2/88, 1H
  • Mayors, Moss Point
    • Mayor Jackson 1st black officer in state association, 7/15/89, 2B
  • Mayors, Mound Bayou
    • 3rd time a charm for Nerissa Norman, 3/7/93, 1A
    • Controversy over 1989 election, 11/17/92, 1A; 12/3/92, 3A
  • Mayors, Ocean Springs
    • Election '89, 4/3/89, 1B
  • Mayors, Osyka
    • New mayor W.W. Ott quits over hiring woes, 6/3/91, 2B
  • Mayors, Oxford
    • Leslie will be part time on part time salary, 11/13/89, 1A
  • Mayors, Pearl SEE Childre, Mitch
  • Mayors, Pontotoc
    • Mayor Stafford has go-forward manner, 4/23/90, 1B
  • Mayors, Prentiss
    • Mayor Miller pleads guilty to embezzlement, 3/21/90, 1A
  • Mayors, Ridgeland
    • Incumbent Wolcott defeated by McGee, 6/7/89, 1A
  • Mayors, Terry
    • Williams resigns; gives no explanation, 5/8/92, 4B
  • Mayors, Tupelo
    • Election '89, 4/5/89, 1B
  • Mayors, Utica
    • Mayor James M. Keith of Utica dies, 5/29/89, 1B
  • Mayors, Vicksburg
    • Election '89, 4/9/89, 1B
  • Mayors, Wesson
    • Edwards faces check-writing charge; claims harassment, 7/17/91, 1B
  • Mayors, West
    • Cade, 94, tenders resignation, 7/28/91, 1B
  • Maywood Mart
    • Jackson
      • Receiving $1.2 Million facelift, 7/19/90, 6B
  • Mazda North America
    • Distribution facility in Olive Branch, 5/11/95, 5B; 12/21/94, 5B
  • Mazon
    • Jewish organization gives $5000 to needy in Mississippi, 3/24/90, 1D
  • MB Signs
    • Pearl, 12/19/87, 4B
  • MBA programs SEE Universities, Mississippi---MBA...
  • McAdory, J.D.
    • Hires sheriff-elect McMillin as investigator, 11/13/91, 1B
    • Outgoing Hinds County sheriff given party, 12/5/91, 4B
    • Outgoing sheriff wants to save employees' jobs, 3/5/91, 1B
    • Refuses to take prisoners from city jail until they are convicted, 7/8/91, 1B
    • Remains on county payroll as part-time employee, 12/21/94, 1A
    • Sheriff's Department has grown under his administration, 8/4/91, 15A
    • Takes convicted drug dealer Marty Walley to fish fry, 10/17/91, 1A
    • Won't seek re-election as sheriff, 9/6/90, 1A
  • McAlister's Deli
    • Plans to expand, go national, 10/7/94, 6B
  • McAllister, Duane
    • Clarion-Ledger publisher wins top Gannett award, 4/14/92, 6B
  • McAllister, Jane Ellen
    • JSU will rename dormitory after, 10/19/89, 1B
  • McAlpin's
    • Second store opened, 10/4/86, 8B
  • McAnally, Mac
    • Bellmont native has new album, Simple Life, 3/8/90, 3E, 12E
  • McArthur, Bill
    • Medical student's dream home is in floodplain, 3/6/92, 5B
  • McB's
    • Restaurant review, 1/18/90, 4F
  • McBeth, Robert SEE Flowood Police Department
  • McBride, Eddie SEE Battlefield Park
  • McBride, Molly
    • Takes over directorship of Stewpot Soup Kitchen, 7/9/91, 1B; 9/8/95, 4B
  • McBride, Susan SEE West Clay High School
  • McBryde, Andrew Murrey
    • Served Confederacy and Presbyterian Church, 11/29/87, 9H
  • MCCA SEE: MobileComm
  • MCCA Tower
    • Plans, 3/19/87, 1A
  • McCain, William D
    • President emeritus of USM dies, 9/6/93, 2B
  • McCallister, Duane
    • Named president and publisher of 'Clarion-Ledger', 11/8/91, 1A
  • McCandless, Sylvia
    • Therapist has grant to study TMJ dysfunction, 1/18/94, 1D
  • McCardle, Jay
    • Hazlehurst dairy farmer, 3/15/94, 1D
  • McCarter, Ed
    • Plane builder, 10/13/86, 1A
  • McCarty Farms Inc
    • Adds new plant near Vicksburg, 11/12/89, 1G
    • Former employee testifies that job crippled her hand, 9/13/91, 5B
    • Having talks with union, 6/13/90, 6B
    • Labor board backs order against McCarty; company will appeal, 1/20/89; 8B
    • Official says unionization behind employee complaints, 9/25/92, 5B
    • Ordered to negotiate with union, 2/13/90, 6B
    • Union workers to vote on contract, 2/9/91, 6B; 2/11/91, 1B
  • McCarty, Gayle Sharp
    • Artist's work on display at Itawamba Community College, 3/7/93, 1F
  • McCarty, Hyman F
    • Business profile
      • McCarty Farms Inc, also 4/7/91, 5G; 5/1/89, 4E
  • McCarty, Paul
    • Indicted in 2 bank robberies; new truck confiscated, 3/20/93, 4B
  • McCarty-Holman Family, 10/19/86, 1A
    • Fire, 7/8/87, 1A
  • McCarty-Holman Inc SEE Jitney Jungle
  • McCaskill Brothers Inc SEE Howard Industries Inc
  • McClain, William SEE Persian Gulf War
  • McClendon, Kenneth SEE Copiah County Sheriff's Department
  • McClendon, Kristin
    • Family sues state over vaccination-related problems, 6/22/92, 1B
  • McClendon, Marvin SEE Gays---2 Laurel men...
  • McClendon, Michael SEE Bank robberies, Jackson---Westland
  • McClintock, Stephan
    • Brandon 14-year-old thrown from convertible, killed, 6/2/92, 5B
  • McClinton, O.B.
    • Singer dies, 9/25/87, 2B
  • McClure, James SEE Massie, Christy
  • McClure, Kathleen
    • Jackson photographer exhibits at local galleries, 12/2/90, 1F
  • McCluskey, Donald
    • Jackson policeman wounded chasing 4 shooting suspects, 3/30/94, 4B
  • McColister, Ray SEE Murder---Florence
  • McCollum, Jennie
    • Nurse at Hospice of Central Mississippi, 12/1/91, 1E
  • McComas, James
    • Dies of cancer in Ohio, 2/11/94, 1B; 4/4/94, 3B
    • Leaves MSU, 7/1/85, 1A
    • Resigns VPI post because of illness, 9/29/93, 2B
  • McComb Police Department
    • Hughes is new chief, 1/13/94, 3B
    • Lawsuit over death of Stephanie Kaye Jacobs, 9/27/90, 1B
    • Officers put on leave after shooting of 22-year-old, 10/25/91, 2B
  • McComb, Janelle SEE Presley, Elvis
  • McComb, Mississippi
    • City Council repeals disputed public-gathering law, 12/29/94, 3B
    • Satanism scare, 3/20/89, 1B
    • Weekend getaway, 10/18/90, 9E
  • McCombs, Ronald
    • Smith County man builds flying machine from household items, 3/19/93, 1E
  • McConnell, Joe
    • Developes Breaking the Devil's Backbone board game, 12/11/89, 1D
  • McCool, Randy
    • Vest credited with saving MSU police officer's life, 9/7/94, 3B
  • McCormick, Kathy
    • Greenwood native's movie may be filmed there, 7/21/92, 1D
  • McCourt, Fred
    • Greenville councilman says no racial malice intended in handout, 9/4/91, 3B
  • McCown, Brian
    • Teens David Arthur, 15, and Henry Stephens, 19, held, 7/28/94, 1A
    • Vicksburg grocery store manager slain after leaving casino, 7/21/94, 1B; 8/6/94, 5B
  • McCoy Federal Building
    • Elevator plunge hurts 2 women, 6/23/89, 1A; 6/24/89, 1B
  • McCoy, A. H.
    • Federal Bldg. named for, 6/7/85, 1A; 6/8/85, 1A; 6/9/85, 3H
  • McCoy, Billy
    • Mabus says his simple budget plan holds hope for solvency, 1/20/91, 1H
  • McCoy, Elmer
    • Pioneer of education reform honored, 2/13/94, 3G (Minor column)
  • McCoy, Joey
    • Five-year old pianist to perform at King Day celebration, 1/13/90, 1D
  • McCoy, Ken SEE Purvis, Mississippi
  • McCoy, Randy
    • Named as head of Clinton Public School District, 2/12/92, 4B
  • McCoy, Vincent Wayne SEE Dowsing, Kevin
  • McCranie, Maureen
    • Cleveland teen artist overcomes cancer, stroke, amputation, 3/9/93, 1B
  • McCrary, James
    • Bovina paraplegic stranded in cotton field for 4 days, 12/7/91, 3B
  • McCrary, Mark SEE ArtsAlliance of Jackson and Hinds County
  • McCrary, Mark SEE Comic books
  • McCraw, Huey
    • Accused in child murder; jury selection begins, 6/4/91, 2B
    • Plea bargains to life with no parole, 6/7/91, 1B; 7/16/91, 5B
  • McCrory, E.Cecil
    • Rep. resigns as deputy to avoid conflict, 7/12/88, 1B
  • McCullough, George Ann
    • Artist, 10/11/87, 1F
    • Artist's works on display at Gulf/South Gallery, 5/3/92, 1F
  • McCullough, J. L.
    • Mistrial declared, 7/9/85, 1B; 7/10/85, 1A
  • McCullum, Donetta
    • Black student is MC homecoming queen, 10/22/93, 1A
  • McCune, Frank
    • Jackson doctor
      • Jazz club, 7/6/87, 1D
  • McCurdy, John
    • Owner of Oxford Seafood
      • Business profile, 11/27/89, 4E
  • McDade, John
    • Musician with Capitol City Stage Band, 7/22/88, 1D
  • McDaniel, Anise and Major
    • Clinton couple in their 90's, 3/9/91, 5B
  • McDaniel, Ernest SEE Grantham, Walter
  • McDaniel, Lori
    • Nurse fighting Hodgkin's disease, 6/5/89, 1B
  • McDaniel, Tripp
    • Jackson policeman wounded in robbery call, 4/16/92, 1A; 4/17/92, 1A; 4/18/92, 1A, 4B
    • Recovering well, 7/28/92, 5B
    • Suspect says he didn't mean to wound McDaniel, 5/6/92, 4B
  • McDaniel, Tripp SEE ALSO Mack, Lorene
  • McDavid, O.C.
    • Honored by Mississippi Press Association, 6/8/92, 1A
  • McDermott Inc
    • Lays off 66 workers at its Gulfport shipyard, 1/7/92, 7B
  • McDermott, Gerry
    • Allstate Insurance Operations Center, 10/23/87, 8B
  • McDill, Linda SEE Murder, Pearl
  • McDonald's
    • Byram franchisee Washington will donate school air-conditioners, 10/20/92, 4B
    • Canton restaurant seized by IRS, 4/1/93, 5B
    • Face to Face campaign: doing away with intercom, 3/20/94, 1C
    • Installs Braille and picture menus, 3/21/92, 6B
    • Jackson
      • Franchisee sues company for "harassment," 11/17/87, 8B
    • Jackson outlets want catfish sandwich, 4/9/91, 6B
    • Local franchisee Leroy Walker wins Golden Arch Award, 4/23/92, 5B
    • Local franchiser LeRoy Walker
      • National minority retail firm of year, 106/93, 5B
    • Ronald McDonald statue found on Fortification Street bridge, 8/29/92, 4B; 9/1/92, 5B
    • Ronald McDonald statue stolen on coast, 5/16/92, 3B
    • Snow White figurines, 7/24/93, 1A
    • Test-markets catfish sandwich, 2/13/91, 6B; 2/16/91, 6B; 2/23/91, 6B; 4/2/92, 5B
  • McDonald, Effa
    • $2.5Million lawsuit filed by alleged rape victim, 12/7/93, 5B
    • Grand jury to hear police rape case, 2/9/94, 4B
    • Jackson police officer charged with rape in patrol car, 8/31/93, 1A; 12/1/93, 3B
    • Jackson police officer dismissed for policy violations, 1/20/94, 1B
    • Woman charging rape cannot broaden case, judge says, 4/27/94, 4B
    • Woman claiming rape by officer wants lawsuit broadened, 3/26/94, 1B
    • Woman's rape lawsuit against city and Jimmie Wilson dismissed, 5/24/94, 1B
    • Won't be indicted on rape charge, 4/28/94, 1B
  • McDonald, Jerry
    • Dept of Economic Development, 7/18/87, 8B
    • Warns lawmakers about economic dev. plan, 8/22/86, 2B
    • Weigh station officer accused of taking bribe, 5/12/93, 2B; 5/14/93, 3B
  • McDonalds' Talented Teens
    • Black teen contest: Patterson wins, 2/13/88, 1B
  • McDougle, Hules SEE Convenience stores---Jackson---Charter...
  • McDowell Road
    • Christian rock band gives concert to teenagers, 10/26/91, 4B
    • Extension to Highway 18 winding up, 7/14/90, 5B
    • Police arrest 8 teenagers, 8/10/89, 1A
    • Police hope school opening cuts down on cruisers, 8/27/90, 4B
    • Police serious about cruisers, promise more arrests, 8/11/89, 5B
    • Teenager problem in parking lots, 6/14/89, 5B; 6/17/89, 5B; 6/24/89, 3B; 8/3/89, 1B
    • Teenagers have new hangout--Siwell Road, 10/2/89, 1B
    • With summer coming, police plan crackdown on teenagers, 5/29/92, 1A
  • McDowell, Fred
    • Blues singer gets new grave marker in Como cemetery, 8/6/93, 1E
  • McElroy, Kay SEE Bingo---McElroy...
  • McElvaine, Pat
    • Considers challenge to Cochran to ensure debate, 3/15/90, 1B
  • McElvaine, Robert
    • Author, biographer of Mario Cuomo, 6/5/88, 3F
    • Leads Cuomo write-in campaign in New Hampshire, 2/16/92, 3G (Minor column)
    • Says Cuomo draft possible, 4/18/88, 1A
  • McElwain, Joe
    • Legislator's DUI problems, 5/15/91, 3B; 5/29/91, 2B; 6/27/91, 3B; 6/29/91, 3B
  • McEntire, Reba
    • Guns for tickets campaign, 2/3/94, 4B; 2/5/94, 1B
  • McEntire, Reba SEE ALSO Owen, Cindy
  • McEwen, Earnest Gilbert
    • Furniture maker, 12/26/88, 2B
  • McFarland, Robert
    • Arts agency events director to resign after Jubilee Jam, 5/1/92, 4B; 6/5/92, 1E
  • McFarland, Tracey
    • Evidence-tampering at Crime Lab caused delay in indictment, 8/19/91, 1B
    • Mrs. Mississippi 1990 resigns after drug arrest, 6/24/90, 1A
    • Plea bargains in drug case, 9/20/91, 1B
  • McFarland, Tracey SEE ALSO Crime lab
  • McGahey, Richard SEE Shooting, Jackson---JSU football party...
  • McGaughey, Neil
    • Book reviewer for 'Clarion Ledger', 4/23/89, 3F
    • Book reviewer writes mystery 'Otherwise Known as Murder'
      • Review, 7/3/94, 1E
  • McGee, Billy SEE Elections---1991---Forrest County...
  • McGee, Buford
    • Ex-Ole Miss star and ex-pro player arrested on cocaine charges, 11/24/93, 1A
  • McGee, Burkie
    • Burglar arrested by 3 off-duty police officers, 11/3/94, 4B
  • McGee, Claude
    • Suspect in shooting of 2 Chicago policemen arrested here, 9/24/94, 5B
  • McGee, Gary
    • Acting Jackson police chief attacks morale problem, 11/9/91, 1A; 11/13/91, 1B
    • Announces for Hinds County chancery post job, 7/2/91, 5B
    • Takes job with Gaming Commission, 8/18/93, 1A
  • McGee, Joseph
    • Weapons, $1 million in cash taken in Gautier marijuana raid, 7/21/92, 3B
  • McGee, Latoyna
    • Theft of computer robs student of means of communication, 10/3/89, 1A
  • McGee, Pete
    • Chancery Clerk, 1/29/87, 1B
    • Chancery Clerk wants to end double taxation of Jacksonians, 9/1/89, 5B
  • McGee, Samuel
    • Clinton principal writes manual for new teachers, 1/5/93, 4B
  • McGee, Samuel SEE ALSO Department of Education
  • McGehee Travel Agency
    • Roger and Glenn McGehee
      • Business profile, 9/18/89, 4E
  • McGehee, Linda
    • Mardi Gras mask, 1/21/87, 1D
  • McGhee, Robert
    • Prosecutors want federal charges against Woolard and Bruner dropped, 10/27/93, 2B
  • McGhee, Robert L
    • Accused slayer Woolard lays blame on fellow escapee, 2/23/91, 4B
    • Bruner pleads guilty to kidnapping and murder, 2/9/91, 1B
    • Death penalty sought for Bruner and Willard, 1/10/92, 3B; 7/18/91, 1B
    • Inmates accused in slaying had planned escape for months, 7/15/90, 3B
    • Judge says his killer faces capital murder charge, 2/8/91, 2B
    • Judge's ruling clouds sentencing of killers, 12/12/91, 1B; 12/13/91, 3B
    • Officers pay homage to slain park ranger, 5/30/90, 2B
    • Park ranger eulogized as hero, role model, 5/31/90, 1B
    • Park ranger shot by Florida escapees at Gulf Coast park, 5/27/90, 1A; 5/28/90, 1A
    • Plea bargain at murder trial upsets McGhee's widow, 2/27/91, 1A
    • Trial motions planned for accused killer, 2/26/91, 2B
    • Widow awarded $2.2 Million by Florida court, 9/3/93, 2B
    • Widow says slain ranger took pride in work, 5/29/90, 2B
  • McGilberry, Steven
    • Admits killing his family, 10/26/94, 1B
    • Jackson County teenager held in slayings of 4 family members, 10/25/94, 1A
    • Now denies killing family members, 11/1/94, 2B
  • McGinnis, Perry
    • Named Ole Miss dental school dean, 11/21/92, 1B
  • McGlocklin, Charles
    • Retires as manager of Baptist Bookstore, 1/2/93, 1D
  • McGlothin, Deborah
    • Teacher's aide loses appeal on firing, 12/2/92, 1B
  • McGowen, J. N.
    • To retire, 8/28/85, 8B
  • McGraw, Betty SEE Elections, 1992---Wilkinson County...
  • McGregor, Donald
    • Longtime 'Baptist Record' editor honored, 3/9/91, 1D
  • McGregor, Mike
    • Jeweller to the King (Elvis Presley), 8/7/92, 1E
  • McGregor, Rickey SEE Edwards, Carol
  • McGriff, Jerry
    • Very lucky Brandon man survives storm on Reservoir, 5/14/93, 4B
  • McGriggs, Charles
    • Ex-trooper and man on probation charged with soliciting sex, 8/13/90, 1A
    • Fired state trooper charged with rape in Clinton, 1/18/90, 1A
  • McGuffee, Edward SEE Briggs, Eddie
  • McGuffee, Kim
    • Discusses Miss Mississippi crown, 7/22/86, 1C
    • Models clothes, 9/7/86, 1E
    • New Miss Mississippi, 7/20/86, 1A
    • Popular with Atlantic City crowd, 9/11/86, 1A
  • McGuffie, Amanda SEE Traffic accidents---Clinton...
  • McGuinn, Roger SEE Jubilee Jam---1991
  • McGuire, Jimmy
    • Gulfport lawyer accused of lying to IRS, 9/15/93, 3B
  • McGuire, Mary Grace
    • Sister leaving Madison Countians Allied Against Poverty, 6/17/91, 1B
  • McGuire, Sister Mary Grace
    • Canton nun honored for poverty work, 2/27/90, 2B
  • McGwee, Billy
    • Killed at Stonewall Jackson Motor Lodge
      • Couple's calls unanswered, 10/15/93, 1A
  • McHann, Ashley SEE MIss America, 1994
  • McHann, Bob
    • Clinton lawyer is disbarred, 3/19/93, 4B
    • Jackson attorney pleads guilty in HUD case, 11/12/90, 3B
  • McHurley, Bilbo
    • African American construction company owner builds churches, 2/7/93, 1C
  • MCI Communications Corp
    • Exexutive urges Mississippi to allow telephone competition, 4/22/89, 8B
  • McIngvale, Wes
    • Legislator continues his fight for child-protection laws, 2/1/92, 1B
  • McInnis, Michael
    • Special education teacher in Bay Springs, 3/24/92, 4B
  • McIntire, Carl
    • Lincoln lauded Grant's move in Mississippi, 1/8/89; 4F
    • Mississippians played part in War of 1812, 1/1/89; 5F
  • McIntosh, Roderick
    • His mother sues McComb police, 8/3/93, 3B
    • Slain by police in McComb, 8/1/90, 1A; 8/2/90, 1A; 8/3/90, 1A
  • McIntyre, James
    • Home-arrest ordered for AIDS infected man, 12/8/93, 4B
  • McIntyre, James H
    • AIDS carrier, 12/18/86, 1B
  • McIntyre, James H SEE ALSO Prostitution
  • McIntyre, John SEE Arson, Pike County
  • MCJCEDF
    • Asks two-year colleges for contributions, 9/27/89, 4B
    • Community college presidents avoid conflict of interest, 9/8/92, 1B
    • Hinds Community College gives $2000 to Foundation, 10/5/89, 2B
    • Seeks funds to continue in existence, 2/28/90, 4B; 10/17/89, 3B; 10/18/89, 3B
  • McKay, George
    • Candidate for Rankin County sheriff says past won't hurt him, 8/2/91, 2B
  • McKee, Barney
    • Audited at Univ. Press of Mississippi, 11/21/85, 1B; 12/2/85, 1A
  • McKee, Irl Deon
    • If convicted of child rape, faces death penalty, 12/16/92, 4B
  • McKee, John
    • Jackson street engineer joins private minority-owned firm, 7/7/92, 5B
  • McKee, John SEE Shooting, Ross Barnett Reservoir
  • McKenney, Chrissie, 6/24/87, 1A
  • McKey, Gene
    • Resigns: head of State Motor Vehicle Assn, 9/19/85, 1A
    • Takes advantage of leave time, 8/22/85, 1A; 8/23/85, 1B
  • McKinley twins SEE Bone marrow transplants
  • McKinney, Bentley
    • His daughter explores cause of 'rampage', 11/1/93, 1A
    • Jackson man, unhappy with plumber, shoots 3, kills self, 9/14/93, 1A, 5B
  • Mckinney, Bentley
    • Neighbor Lee Morrison's call to 911 got no answer, she says, 9/17/93, 1A
  • McKinney, Lester L
    • Killed by son, 3/9/90, 1B; 3/30/87, 3B; 9/8/89, 1B
  • McKinnon, Hugh
    • Head of EPA's Human Health Assessment Group
      • Speaks in New Orleans, 6/14/94, 3B
  • McKnight, Homer SEE Highway Patrol
  • McLain, Christopher SEE Disabled---Magee...
  • McLain, Mississippi, 6/7/87, 6B
    • Alderman Maureen Hooks sole minority city employee, 11/28/90, 1B
    • Fires only black city employee, a policeman, 11/25/90, 1B
  • McLain, William K
    • Bail is denied, 3/4/93, 1B
    • Charged with impersonating officer, assaulting woman, 2/26/93, 1B
    • Denied bond, 5/26/93, 1B
    • Fails to make bond, 7/14/93, 4B
    • Suspect claims he is innocent, 3/3/93, 1B
    • To be question in murder of Shondra May, 2/27/93, 1B
    • Tuscaloosa police want to question him in 2 slayings, 3/2/93, 1A
    • Victim can't identify him as suspect; he is released, 3/19/94, 1B
    • Waives grand jury, wants speedier trial, 5/13/93, 4B
  • McLane/Southern
    • Brookhaven
      • To open $3.7 Million addition, 1/19/88, 7B
  • McLarty & Co.
    • Merges with Legg Mason, 11/22/88, 8B
  • McLarty & Duddleston
    • To be dissolved, 11/24/85, 1I
  • McLarty, Jack
    • McLarty & Co, investment brokerage firm, 2/28/88, 1G
  • McLaughlin, Clara
    • Speaks at JSU, 3/28/87, 8B
  • McLaughlin, Sanford
    • Lawsuit is moved to federal court, 6/27/89, 3B
    • Loses right to run for office after misdemeanor conviction, 6/19/89, 1A
  • McLauren, Douglas
    • Has 3 wives in Mississippi, 2 in Wisconsin, 11/24/91, 5B; 11/25/91, 1B
  • McLaurin Attendance Center
    • Reunion/parade
      • T.C. McLaurin, banquet speaker, 7/11/94, 1B
    • Secretary Melba Watkins, 1/3/94, 1D
    • Simulator to practice driving skills, 10/13/94, 1A
  • McLaurin case
    • Circuit judges asked not to hear case, 4/22/89, 1B
    • MaLaurins plead innocent, waive arraigment, 4/8/89, 3B
    • McLaurins say DUI-related charges resolved, 4/18/89, 1A
    • Rankin County DA angry over dismissal, 5/16/89, 1A
    • Rankin DA wants review of dismissal charge, 6/1/89, 3B
    • Suggestion of coverup, 4/6/89, 1A
  • McLaurin Elementary School
    • Sales tax to be used to repay bonds, 5/12/94, 4B
  • McLaurin, Dennis SEE Shoplifters
  • Mclaurin, Thomas
    • Charged in Memphis newspaper man Lionel Linder's traffic death, 1/2/93, 1A
  • McLaurin, Thomas
    • Father tried 3 times to get him therapy, 1/8/93, 3B
  • Mclaurin, Thomas
    • He and passenger Stephanie Edwards arraigned, 1/5/93, 1B
  • McLaurin, Thomas
    • Pleads guilty in Memphis wreck, 4/30/93, 4B
    • Waives right to arraingment, 1/12/93, 3B
  • McLean, John SEE Jackson Metro Housing Partnership
  • McLellan, Bill
    • New USM athletic director, 7/19/86, 1A
  • McLemore, David
    • Florence man arraigned in sexual battery case, 4/14/93, 4B
  • McLemore, Leslie
    • JSU dean may run for mayor of Jackson, 8/8/88, 3B
    • JSU official faults state on university support, 5/22/91, 1B
    • Mississippi Democrat to help draft national platform, 6/19/88, 1A
    • Out of running for Southern University post, 5/26/91, 4B; 6/9/91, 6B
    • Seeking presidency of JSU, 11/20/91, 1A
  • McLemore, Rev. Eugene L
    • Stressing importance of math and science to minorities, 5/5/90, 1D
  • McLendon, Martin
    • Obituary, 8/18/87, 1B
  • McLeod family (Holly Springs) SEE Presley, Elvis
  • McLeod, Sam SEE WDBD-Channel 40
  • McLeod, Scott
    • Jackson Prep quarterback also academic high achiever, 12/23/90, 1D
  • McMahon, Tom
    • To publish 'It Works for US: Proven Child Care Tips...', 11/12/91, 1D
  • McMillan Howard SEE Deposit Guaranty
  • McMillan, Dr. Beverly SEE Abortion, Mississippi
  • McMillan, Roy SEE Abortion, Mississippi
  • McMillan, Roy SEE American Coalition of Life Activists
  • McMillen, Hal
    • Named Mississippi's Small Business Person of the Year, 3/27/92, 5B
  • McMillen, Neil
    • USM professor receives prestigious Bancroft Prize, 4/16/90, 1E
  • McMillin, Eloise SEE Gargus, Tommy
  • McMillin, Eloise SEE Sebastian, Darrell
  • McMillin, Malcolm
    • Candidate for sheriff stresses training, anti-drug efforts, 9/5/91, 4B
    • Candidate for sheriff suspended as police officer in 1974, 8/29/91, 4B
    • Checks himself into hospital after having chest pains, 11/23/94, 1A
    • Driving Acura Legend seized in drug raid, 9/3/94, 1A
    • Endorsed by Jackson Police Officers Association, 9/14/91, 5B
    • Enters sheriff race, 6/2/87, 3B
    • Enters sheriff's race, pushes education and training, 5/2/91, 5B
    • Gets clean bill of health, 11/24/94, 1B
    • Hired by McAdory as investigator before taking office, 11/13/91, 1B; 11/14/91, 4B
    • New sheriff requests to supervisors totals $750,000, 1/28/92, 5B
    • Policeman/actor, 5/17/87, 1E
    • Recommendations to City Council's crime committee, 11/19/92, 4B
    • Requests 8 deputies for small community patroling, 10/12/93, 5B
    • Retiring sheriff J.D. McAdory endorses McMillin, 9/17/91, 1A
    • Says Hinds sheriff not doing job, 7/14/87, 3B
    • Sheriff must follow county personnel policy
      • Penal farm guard dispute, 3/18/92, 4B
    • Wont' rehire 15 of McAdory's employees, 12/27/91, 1B
  • McMillin, Malcolm SEE ALSO Hinds County Sheriff's Department
  • McMillin, Malcolm SEE ALSO Sheriffs, Hinds County
  • McMullan, Pat
    • Begins prison term, 6/4/86, 8B
    • Claims FDIC reneged, 9/21/85, 8B
    • Creditors claim he hid art collection, 9/9/86, 8B
    • Creditors want property he gave to wife, 5/14/86, 8B
    • FDIC gets 5th extension in case, 2/7/86, 8B
    • FDIC to get records, 10/31/85, 10B
    • Feds: he got kickbacks for loan approval, 4/15/86, 1A
    • First Tennessee bids for stock, 10/2/85, 8B
    • Gives up fight on bank stock, 8/9/85, 8B
    • History, 5/11/86, 1A
    • Illegally transferred property to wife, 7/31/86, 1A
    • May attend creditors meeting, 6/21/86, 1A
    • Pact with Brewer draws protest, 11/27/85, 8B
    • Pleads guilty to tax evasion, 1/23/86, 1A
    • Records show he hid interest in loans, 3/14/86, 1A
    • Released from prison, 10/21/86, 8B
    • Stock to be auctioned, 9/25/85, 1A; 9/29/85, 7I
    • To plead guilty, 11/15/85, 1B; 12/20/85, 1A
  • McNair Space Theater, 1/4/87, 1B; 1/10/87, 1B; 1/11/87, 1A
  • McNair, Clarissa
    • Jackson native is author of book 'Garden of Tigers', 7/20/90, 1E
  • McNair, David
    • Wins National Big Brother Award, 10/26/92, 1D
  • McNair, David SEE Big Brothers/Big Sisters
  • McNair, Emma
    • Staff chaplain at Methodist Medical Center, 10/10/91, 1D
  • McNair, Maxine
    • Jackson woman shot by motorist after she demanded money, 3/20/91, 1B
  • McNair, Michael
    • Pleads guilty to February 1992 fatal auto crash, 9/18/93, 5B; 10/2/93, 4B
  • McNair, Ronald
    • Astronaut
      • Photographs, 1/11/87, 1F; 7/29/87, 1A
    • Jackson filmmaker Don Warren pays tribute to astronaut, 3/1/94, 1D
  • McNair, Steve
    • 3rd in Heisman balloting, 12/11/94, 1A
    • Heisman candidate, 9/21/94, 1A; 10/23/94, 1A; 10/25/94, 11A; 12/10/94, 1C
    • To quarterback at Senior Bowl, 12/1/94, 1A
  • McNair, Steve SEE ALSO Savage, Lawrence
  • McNamee, Joe
    • Sues over ban from school grounds in rebel flag incident, 5/30/90, 5B
  • McNatt, Gerald
    • Iuka mayor's son arrested in drug theft, 8/23/92, 2B
  • McNeal, Donald
    • Ex-policeman in Biloxi found guilty of killing wife, 9/2/90, 3B
    • Mississippi Supreme Court orders new trial, 7/7/89, 3B
  • McNeal, Sandy
    • Her life drawing class shows artists the body's mechanics, 7/28/91, 1F
    • Her paintings shown at Bryant Galleries, 9/5/93, 1F
    • Painter has exhibit at Brown's Fine Art, 11/12/89, 1F
  • McNeal, Sandy SEE ALSO Deposit Guaranty Salon International
  • McNeece, Becky
    • South Jackson home has sewer backup
      • Wants city to pay, 1/21/94, 4B
  • McNeely, Robert
    • Political neophyte files to run against Cochran, 4/7/90, 1B; 5/13/90, 1H
  • McNutt, Elbert SEE Beckwith, Byron De La
  • McPhail, Evelyn SEE Mississippi Republican Party
  • McPhail, Howard
    • Ex-sheriff gets 20-year sentence, no parole, 8/6/92, 1B
    • Sheriff candidate arrested on drug charges, 5/24/92, 2B; 9/10/91, 1B; 9/11/91, 1A
  • McPherson, Jamie
    • USM football player's injured leg is amputated, 11/11/94, 1A
  • McPherson, Rachel
    • Producer to plan film's in Oxford, 1B; 1/4/89
  • McQuaig, Scott
    • Country/western musician, Meridian native, 9//21/89, 12E
  • McQuirter, Wroten
    • Pastor, 5/17/86, 1C
  • McQuitty, Tim
    • Chaplain works with area hospice programs, 10/27/90, 1C
  • McRae's Dept Stores
    • Acquires Pizitz, Inc., 1/31/87, 8B
    • Byram distribution center dedicated, 1/12/94, 5B
    • Coggin named Proffitt COO, 9/14/94, 5B
    • Dispute at Tupelo mall over use of floor space, 3/7/90, 6B
    • Ex-employee James Smith pleads guilty to cheating scheme, 3/26/91, 5B
    • Meadowbrook
      • Store refurbishing, 10/13/87, 8B
    • Metrocenter store renovated, 10/3/92, 5B
    • One of Jackson's big three, 11/19/89, 1G
    • Original store to be demolished for parking lot, 10/24/85, 8B
    • Pizitz merger, 2/22/87, 1G
    • Proffitt's merger completed, 4/5/94, 7B
  • MCRAE'S DEPT STORES
    • PROFFITT'S STORES (TENNESSEE) MERGER, 3/4/94, 1A; 3/5/94, 5B
  • McRae's Dept Stores
    • Richard McRae Jr. resigns as Proffitt's CEO, 8/16/94, 1A
    • Southern beauty makeover tour, 6/4/86, 1C
    • To build distribution center in Byram, 10/13/92, 6B
    • To buy Pizitz chain, 12/11/86, 1A
  • McRae's Dept Stores SEE ALSO Homefest
  • McRae, Chuck
    • Accused of illegally practicing law after appointment, 5/25/91, 1A
    • Endorsed by legal associations in bid for Supreme Court, 5/31/90, 2B
    • Overwhelms Blass in Supreme Court election, 6/6/90, 4A
    • Spends $115,000 on Supreme Court bid, 6/1/90, 1B
    • Takes oath as high court justice, 1/7/91, 3B
    • Takes seat on state high court bench, 1/8/91, 3B
  • McRae, Chuck SEE ALSO Blass, Joel
  • McRae, John M SEE Alcoholism, Mississippi
  • McRae, Louis Antonio
    • Shot three times in domestic dispute, 8/21/92, 4B
  • McRaney, Gerald
    • Starring in TV movie 'Blind Vengeance' set in Mississippi, 8/22/90, 1D
  • McRaney, Grace
    • Loses her country store to Highway 84 widening, 1/3/93, 1B
  • McRaven
    • Haunted Vicksburg antebellum home, 10/28/90, 1F
  • McRee, Robert
    • Brother-in-law Eddie Washington suspected drug outlet, 4/1/92, 4B
    • Drug trial to open, 8/12/91, 1B; 8/13/91, 2B; 8/15/91, 1B
    • Evidence mishandled at his trial, lawyer charges, 8/21/91, 4B
    • Ex-detective's sister Doristine Washington arrested on drug charge, 2/12/91, 5B
    • Ex-officer testifies McRee took seized drugs, 8/14/91, 1B
    • Found not guilty in drug trial, 8/20/91, 1A
    • Jackson narcotics officer charged in cocaine distribution, 9/28/90, 1B; 10/4,6/90, 5B
    • Pleads innocent in drug charge, 11/30/90, 5B
    • Testifies that he is innocent, 8/16/91, 1B
  • MCTA
    • Brings cellular telephone service to Vicksburg, 2/12/91. 6B
  • McWilliams, Anne
    • Clinton resident has pleasant memories of Billy Graham, 9/21/91, 1D
  • MdDonald's
    • Catfish returns to menu---on a platter, 4/2/92, 5B
  • Me and My Girl
    • Presented by Kessler Ltd. at Auditorium, 1/25/90, 1D
  • Meacham, Annabelle
    • Senatobia artist's works on display at Ole Miss, 11/1/92, 1F
  • Mead, Jon Christopher SEE Murder---Fulton
  • Meadors, M.L.
    • Named United Methodist bishop for Mississippi, 7/18/92, 1D; 7/25/92, 1D; 9/19/92, 1D
  • Meadow Grove Baptist Church, Brandon
    • Youth group plots Christmas mission, 12/24/88, 1C
  • Meadow Hill subdivision
    • Homeowner Carlos Hyman sues Greenbriar developer over drainage, 3/16/94, 4B
  • Meadow Oaks neighborhood
    • Residents want Watch program after burglaries, 8/15/91, 4B; 8/16/91, 4B
  • Meadowbrook Church of Christ
    • Has new sanctuary, 6/24/89, 1D
  • Meadowbrook Cinema
    • Manager Mikel Hehn
      • A Day in the Life, 3/8/93, 1D
    • Reopens with Gulf States Theaters as owners, 1/16/92, 5B; 1/30/92, 1E; 4/9/92, 1D
    • To close down, 1/2/92, 1B; 12/28/91, 4B
  • Meadowbrook Cinema Six
    • Teens fire gunshots, 2/6/94, 2B
  • Meadowbrook neighborhood
    • Considering private anti-crime patrol, 4/23/93, 4B; 9/23/93, 2B
  • Meadville Public Schools
    • Walking for Wellness, 3/30/93, 4B
  • Meals
    • Getting picky youngsters to eat a balanced meal, 7/16/93, 1E
  • Meals-on-Wheels program
    • Hinds County's donation will bring federal funding, 9/21/92, 3B
    • Human Resources agency must act on missing money, 6/9/90, 5B
  • Measels, W.J.
    • Scott County supervisor denies DUI charge, 7/6/93, 4B
  • Measles
    • Mississippi among top states in prevention, 5/11/94, 1A
    • Tupelo outbreak prompts vaccination in schools, 8/22/89, 1B
    • Vaccinations ordered for Clinton students after outbreak, 2/29/92, 1A
    • Vicksburg families immunized, 4/11/90, 2B
  • Measles SEE ALSO Red measles
  • MEC SEE Economic Council
  • Mecerdes-Benz
    • May still be studying Gulf Coast site, 8/18/93, 1A
  • Mechanics
    • Automobile mechanics go high-tech, 4/10/90, 6B
  • MED week SEE Minority Enterprise Development Week
  • Medart, Inc
    • Greenwood
      • Files Chapter 11 bankruptcy, 7/31/90, 6B
      • Firm plans financial comeback, 12/17/87, 8B
      • Plans expansion, 8/6/85, 8B
  • Medgar Evers College
    • In Brooklyn, New York, 6/12/93, 1B
  • Medgar Evers Community Center
    • Career fair for Virden neighborhood youth, 10/25/91, 4B
  • Medgar Evers Heights
    • Jackson
      • $1.8 Million facelift won't disturb history, 3/6/89, 1B
  • Medgar Evers/Mississippi Homecoming SEE Evers, Medgar
  • Media & candidates
    • Opinions, 5/9/87, 1A
  • Median income SEE Income
  • Medicaid
    • $250,000 fraud: woman lied about speech pathology license, 3/23/93, 5B
    • Abuse is reducing effectiveness of system, 3/21/93, 1A
    • Bed growing scarce for MS patients, 12/12/84, 1B
    • Change in nursing home sale rule could cost state $12Million, 4/16/91, 2B; 8/18/90, 2B
    • Clinton Smith exits after giving new life to program, 7/2/90, 1B
    • Clinton Smith to replace Billy Simmons, 12/22/87, 1B
    • County payment statistics (chart), 6/21/92, 2G
    • Director Dr. Clinton Smith to resign, 5/18/90, 1B
    • Director sees improvement in system, 11/19/89, 6B
    • Eligibility shifted to teenage mother's need, not her family's income, 7/30/93, 1B
    • Expansion to allow transplant funding for children, 5/18/90, 1A
    • Families walk poverty line for medicaid, 9/16/88, 1B
    • Fordice calls for its elimination
      • Also wants merger of 2 state agencies, 10/15/93, 1A
    • Fund cut of $53.5 million has agency reeling, 2/20/92, 1A
    • Group critizes funding practices, 8/1/86, 1B
    • House bill: nursing homes, public hospitals fund 28% of costs, 3/4/92, 2B
    • Legislation approved by House would cut coverage for 2700, 3/3/92, 1B
    • Low state payments turning doctors away from Medicaid patients, 9/21/91, 3B
    • Mabus signs $19 Million funding increase, 4/5/89, 1A
    • Mabus signs medicaid assessment bill, 4/26/91, 3B
    • Medicaid enriches earnings of charity hospital directors, 1/1/89; 11B
    • Probe
      • Legislature, 2/24/87, 3B
    • Some eligible pregnancies are denied coverage, 12/7/89, 1A
    • State program could lose matching funds under federal tax change, 9/11/91, 1B
    • Study says poor states shortchanged by Medicaid, 12/9/90, 6B
    • Suit seeks to speed up medical claims, 1/12/88, 2B
    • Survey ranks MS last in care for needy, 12/22/87, 1B
    • Three get probation for Medicaid fraud, 3/23/89, 1A
    • Wetherbee named director of state program, 9/7/90, 1B
    • Won't pay for teenager's bone marrow transplant, 11/30/89, 1A; 12/1/89, 1A
  • Medicaid fraud
    • Alabama salesman William Gray pleads guilty, 4/12/91, 5B
    • Attorneys scuffle during fraud case, 4/6/88, 1B
    • Belzoni pharmacist pleads guilty, 7/4/90, 5B
    • Ex-mayor,5 aldermen indicted, 7/16/88, 1A
    • Ex-pharmacy worker testifies in case, 4/7/88, 1B
    • Fraud unit pledges prosecution, 4/21/88, 1A
    • Jefferson Co jury may get Fayette case, 5/24/88, 2B
    • Not guilty verdict, 4/9/88, 1A
    • Nurse practitioner Dorothy Bell pleads guilty, 6/15/94, 3B; 6/18/94, 1B
    • Verdict may come today, 4/8/88, 1B
  • Medical Arts Plaza
    • Work starts on, 7/24/86, 8B
  • Medical Assurance Co
    • Attorney seek sanctions against lawyers, 9/20/88, 1B
  • Medical Assurance Program
    • Expanded state, 7/5/85, 1B
  • Medical costs
    • Employee medical costs soaring, 12/4/89, 1F
    • Mississippi
      • Officlas say 500,000 cannot afford health insurance, 11/12/90, 1A
  • Medical Examiner, 1/2/87, 1B; 1/3/87, 1B
    • Candidate, 6/18/87, 1B
    • County coroners struggle without state Examiner, 2/13/89, 1A
    • Death probe system criticized, 10/22/88, 1B
    • Deputy medical examiners finish course, 5/20/89, 2B
    • Eddings, assistant examiner, resigns, 2/11/88, 1B
    • Hayne, acting director, resigns, 3/4/88, 1A
    • House bill would allow counties to share medical examiners, 3/31/89, 3B
    • Howell and James are named to posts, 10/4/93, 2B
    • Interim named, 6/24/87, 3B
    • Mississippi Death Investigations: a Skeletal System (special series), 2/12-14/89
    • Often passed over for private pathologists in probes, 8/20/94, 1A
    • Operates with "revolving door," 2/12/89, 18A
    • Poor funding, lack of direction, 2/12/89, 1A
    • Post is vacant; no one has applied, 2/15/93, 1B
    • Reasons for resignation private, 2/12/88, 2B
    • State native Emily Wofford Ward chosen, 6/18/93, 1B
    • State's reputation for interference deters applicants, 2/12/89, 19A
    • Temporary, 6/4/87, 1A
    • White accepts post, 4/14/89, 1A
    • White, fired medical examiner, calls methods 'sham and fraud', 8/18/94, 3B
  • Medical malpractice SEE Malpractice
  • Medical treatment
    • Supreme Court rules for Jehovah's Witness, 10/31/85, 1A
  • Medical waste
    • Burning in Moss Point concerns area medical personnel, 3/25/92, 8B; 9/16/91, 2B
    • Children in Clinton find waste behind Health Department office, 1/7/93, 1B
    • Disposal a hazard in state, 4/29/89, 1A
    • Disposal divides cities of Moss Point and Pascagoula, 7/12/92, 4C
    • New Pascagoula facility sparking fears, 1/12/92, 3B; 12/22/91, 1B; 12/31/91, 2B
    • Pike County residents worry about burial of waste in County, 8/17/89, 1B; 9/8/89, 1B
    • Private firm will dispose of Hinds County Jail's waste, 2/1/90, 5B
    • State Oks burn permit for Moss Point incinerator, 4/15/92, 5B
    • United Pike Countians defeat waste incinerator plan, 12/4/89, 1B
  • Medical waste SEE ALSO Hazardous waste
  • Medicare
    • Bush budget cuts would raise UMC hospital fees, 2/7/91, 1B
    • Filling 'Medigap' needn't end in disaster, 8/20/90, 1E
    • Nurse practioner Dorothy Bell pleads guilty to fraud, 6/15/94, 3B; 6/18/94, 1B
    • Proposed federal legislation, 9/30/87, 1B
  • Medication SEE Medicine
  • Medicine
    • Strategies to get children to take medication, 11/1/91, 1E
  • Meditation
    • Ancient way of connecting with God
      • Local practioners, 8/20/94, 1D
  • Medjugorje, Yugoslavia
    • Weible in state lecturing on miracle, 1/26/91, 1D
  • Medley, Don
    • Lawyer serving prison term researchs land records for Fordice, 4/7/94, 1A
  • Medley, Tim
    • Named to Jackson School Board, 12/6/91, 4B; 12/24/91, 2B
    • Ward 2 group wants a black in his place on School Board, 3/23/94, 4B
  • Meece, David
    • Christian rock musician, 10/24/87, 1C
  • Meeklin, John Moffat
    • Gains national note in sociology field, 9/25/88, 3F
  • Meeks, Frank
    • Pizza executive, 4/26/87, 1G
  • Meena, Jackie
    • Artist shows mixed-media works inspired by island of Bali, 3/4/90, 1F
  • Meeting planners SEE Convention and Visitors Bureau
  • Mehn, Mikel
    • Manager at Meadowbrook Cinema 6
      • A Day in the Life, 3/8/93, 1D
  • Meiners, Donald
    • LP&L CEO coming as head of MP&L, 11/28/91, 4B
  • Meisburg, Stephen
    • Obituary, 3/31/89, 2B
  • Mejia, Eddie
    • Drug smuggler gets 2+-year sentence, 9/5/92, 1B
    • Wanted on 1987 drug charge; turns himself in in Mexico, 10/18/91, 3B
    • Will testify in exchange for lighter sentence, 1/7/92, 5B
  • Mekel, Arye
    • Israel Consul General speaks at Millsaps, 11/10/94, 4B
  • Melamine Chemicals Inc, 4/17/89, 12E; 4/22/89, 4E
    • Public stock offering, 8/8/87, 8B
  • Melendez, Tony
    • Armless Texas musician performs at St.Joseph High School, 2/15/92, 1B
  • Melendo Records
    • Jackson
      • Signs gospel artist Rev. Thomas L. Walker, 7/27/91, 1D
  • Mellen, Fred
    • Geologist recalls discovery of Tinsley Oil Field, 8/20/89, 4B
  • Mellin, Norman
    • Starkville teacher is Arts Education Fellow, 6/30/92, 4B
  • Melrose (Natchez)
    • Bought by National Park Service, 5/15/90, 1A; 6/6/92, 1B; 6/8/90, 1E; 6/9/90, 4B
  • Melrose Plantation
    • African House
      • Weekend getaway, 8/12/93, 3E
  • Melton, Dale
    • Counselor at Credit Counseling Service of Jackson, 4/28/91, 3C
  • Melton, David
    • Jackson credit counselor, 6/24/92, 1D
  • Melton, Frank
    • Addresses Catholic Youth Organization, 2/14/93, 1B
    • Angriest man in Mississippi
      • Drugs destroying black community, 1/19/92, 1A, 9A
    • Appointed to Board of Education; to fight drop-out rate, 4/25/92, 1B; 5/6/92, 2B
    • Critical of Hinds County Youth Court, 10/11/89, 5B
    • FBI's Community Leadership Award, 10/19/93, 5B
    • Fighting black-on-black crime; offers reward in 5 slayings, 12/3/92, 4B
    • Finalist for award in working with inner-city communities, 8/1/89, 5B
    • In custody struggle with Gromer family over their son, 9/3/90, 1B
    • Jackson TV executive accuses Jackson police of drug frameup try, 12/18/91, 4B
    • Man on 'drug-dealer' billboard faces prison term, 10/22/92, 4B
    • Pearl man Clarence Ward convicted, 1/7/94, 4B
    • Pearl man Clarence Ward says drug billboard destroys reputation, 10/2/92, 1A
    • Pearl man on billboard Clarence Ward arrested on cocaine charge, 11/4/92, 1B
    • Plans to put photos of drug traffickers on billboards, in newspapers, 8/13/92, 1B
    • Praised for his war on drug dealers, 11/11/92, 7A
    • Says jobs at Human Services department are given for political patronage, 2/2/92, 1B
    • Speaker at Law Enforcement Appreciation Breakfast, 12/16/94, 1B
    • TV Executive
      • Article on troubled youth, 5/15/88, 1H
      • Work with gangs, 7/26/87, 1B
    • TV executive to sue Ditto and Wilson over allegations, 9/25/93, 1A
  • Melvin, Christopher
    • Gets maximum sentence, 5/8/93, 4B
    • Jury rejects his informant's persecution story, 4/23/93, 4B
  • Memorabilia SEE Collectors
  • Memorial Day, 1987
    • Local celebrations, 5/26/87, 1B
  • Memorial Day, 1988
    • Mississippians honor war dead, 5/31/88, 1A
  • Memorial Day, 1990
    • 1990 DUI arrests top 1989, 6/2/90, 3B
    • Forest Hill High School honors 3 deceased alumni, 5/29/90, 1B
    • Gold Star Mom Lula Mae Gordon weeps for war dead, 11/11/90, 1B
    • Gulf-war threat overshadows 1990 celebration, 11/12/90, 1A
    • Highway Patrol out in force, 5/25/90, 2B
    • Holiday brings tourist and big bucks to Gulf Coast, 5/29/90, 2B
  • Memorial Day, 1991
    • Hattiesburg honors its hometown dead, 5/26/91, 2B
    • Jackson schools given holiday off, 3/26/91, 5B
    • Small Jackson gathering honors war veterans, 5/28/91, 1A
    • Strong Highway Patrol showing makes for safer holiday, 5/28/91, 1A; 5/30/91, 2B
  • Memorial Day, 1992
    • Dutch and Javanese pilots of World War II honored, 5/25/92, 1B
    • Joyriding teens among 10 killed in traffic accidents, 5/26/92, 3B
    • Record number of travelers expected, 5/21/92, 5B
    • Services for 1992, closings listed 5/25/92, 3B; 5/24/92, 2B
    • Time to honor 'warriors, not war', 5/26/92, 1A
  • Memorial Day, 1993
    • 43 war dead added to monument at Hinds County Courthouse, 5/28/93, 1A
    • Cavett keeps memory of brother Clinton alive, 5/31/93, 1D
    • Drowning on coast puts death toll at 8, 6/1/93, 1B
    • Highway Patrol will be out in force, 5/28/93, 3B
    • Memories abound on day to honor war dead, 6/1/93, 1A, 1B
  • Memorial Day, 1994
    • Ceremonies, 5/31/94, 1A
    • Office closings listed, 5/27/94, 5B
  • Memorial Stadium SEE Veterans Memorial Stadium
  • Memorials
    • Gifts in the name of the deceased keep on giving, 1/25/94, 1D
  • Memphis in May International Festival, 5/5/94, 10E
  • Memphis Zoo
    • Weekend getaway, 4/15/93, 10E
  • Memphis, Tennessee
    • Catherine the Great exhibition, 4/28/91, 1F
    • Liberty Bowl and other attractions, 12/26/89, 1D
    • Tourist attractions, 5/10/87, 1F
  • Men Against Destruction... SEE MAD DADS
  • Men and women
    • Why are the genders so different?, 4/18/91, 1D
  • Mendenhall Ministries, 5/2/87, 1D
  • Mendenhall, Mississippi
    • Yearbooks
      • Controversy, 8/22/86, 4B
  • Menigitis
    • Wayne County High School student dies, 2/10/94, 1B
  • Meningitis
    • Amite County
      • Antibiotics are distributed, 4/14/90, 1B
    • Corinth students innoculated after pupil's death, 5/20/92, 1B
    • High cost of vaccine, 2/24/86, 1B
    • Pike County students vaccinated after outbreak, 3/8/90, 1A; 3/15/90, 1B
    • State's immunization program highly successful, 2/3/93, 1B
  • Menotti, Gian Carlo
    • To direct Mississippi opera, 11/21/86, 1F
  • Mental Health Association
    • Backs mandatory insurance coverage, 12/4/86, 3B
    • Budget cuts, 3/2/86, 1B
    • Home for mental patients, 9/20/85, 1A
    • Information on mental illnesses, 4/21/94, 1B
    • Launches hotline, 1/26/88, 4B
  • Mental Health Department
    • Budget gets $2.8 Million, 2/19/86, 1A
    • In financial difficulties, 2/18/86, 1A
  • Mental Health Halfway House, 12/17/86, 1B
  • Mental health services, Mississippi
    • Faced with crisis situation, 9/13/93, 5A
  • Mental Health services, Mississippi
    • Study: system going nowhere, 9/14/88, 3B
  • Mental patients (Hinds County) SEE Mentally ill, Hinds County
  • Mental patients (Hinds County) SEE Whitfield State Hospital
  • Mentally ill, Hinds County
    • At Detention Center, 11/14/86, 1B
    • County again cuts funding to house mental patients, 8/4/90, 5B
    • County has no temporary holding place, 7/16/93, 4B
    • County to bill state for housing, 8/25/88, 1A
    • It spends $1 million on patients for Whitfield, 2/15/93, 1B; 3/30/93, 5B
    • Jail inmates may be tested at Whitfield, 4/11/89, 3B
    • Probe into Hinds County jailing of, 3/29/86, 1B
    • Professionals trained in crisis intervention, 10/29/94, 5B
    • To be moved from detention center to hospital, 6/26/86, 1B
  • Mentally ill, Jackson
    • Councilman Stokes wants city notified of releases, 6/22/93, 4B; 6/23/93, 4B
    • Gannett Foundation announces grant for home, 12/11/84, 1B
  • MENTALLY ILL, JACKSON
    • HOMELESS MENTALLY ILL: FREEDOM AND FEAR, 5/24-25/92, 1A+
  • Mentally ill, Jackson
    • Mentally ill Willie Robinson gets 20 year jail term, 5/26/89, 1B
    • Rulings send some on to streets, 8/4/86, 1A
    • Shelter for mentally ill homeless to open, 7/2/89, 1B; 8/30/89, 5B
  • Mentally ill, Mississippi
    • Alternatives for housing sought, 5/6/86, 3B
    • Both state hospitals pressed for space, 11/22/94, 3B
    • Everybody's business, 10/2/88, 1C
    • Expanded services, quality care, 3/27/88, 1J
    • Hospital bound patients put in jails, 8/21/88, 1A
    • Senator Miller says jails no place for mentally ill, 11/24/90, 3B
    • State 2nd in nation in jailing them without charges, 9/10/92, 1A
    • State considers moving prisoners to Rankin county prison, 6/7/89, 1A
    • State needs new laws dealing with mentally ill defendants, 5/23/89, 4B
    • State ranks near bottom in services for mentally ill, 9/12/90, 3B
    • State spends heavily on out-of-state children, 11/9/89, 4B
    • Youths slipping through hole in state's net, 5/13/91, 1A
  • Mentally ill, Parchman
    • Prisoners have no psychiatrist, 6/11/89, 1B
  • Mentally ill, US
    • Religious community response is inadequate, study shows, 10/2/93, 1D
  • Mentally retarded
    • Jobs found for, 5/25/87, 1A
    • New home for the retarded elderly, 12/20/88, 11A
    • Places of worship observe Retardation Sunday, 3/4/89, 1C
    • Roger and Betty Clark's first year of marriage, 2/18/91, 1A, 6A
    • State has no facility to handle delinquent mentally retarded, 2/17/93, 1A
  • Mercantile Savings Bank
    • Southaven
      • S&L taken over by federal regulators, 4/20/91, 5B
  • Mercedes-Benz
    • Mississippi possible site of vehicle plant, 7/16/93, 4B; 7/24/93, 5B; 9/4/93, 6B
  • Merchants & Farmers Bank
    • Buys Omnibank offices in Rankin County, 10/9/91, 4B
  • Merchants & Manufacturers Bank
    • Ellisville
      • Donates dental equipment to health center, 11/10/93, 4B
  • Merchants Bank of Bolton
    • Bought by larger bank, 9/12/86, 8B
  • Merchants Co
    • Expansion at Jackson facility could mean 100 jobs, 7/2/94, 5B
  • Mercy Medical Center
    • Vicksburg
      • To be sold to Nashville group, 6/29/90, 6B
  • Mercy Regional Medical Center
    • Sold to Nashville company, renamed ParkView, 11/2/90, 1B
    • Vicksburg
      • Its sale worries area doctors, 4/9/90, 1A
  • Meredith, James
    • 27 years later he's still marching, 3/21/93, 2G
    • Photographer Jack Thornell caught his agony 25 years ago, 6/6/91, 1D
    • Plans march from Greensboro, NC to Tijuana, Mexico, 3/23/91, 3B; 3/30/91, 3B
    • Reportedly joins Jesse Helms' staff, 9/26/89, 1B; 10/1/89, 1H, 3H
  • MEREDITH, JAMES
    • RUNNING FOR CONGRESS AS INDEPENDENT, 3/1/92, 1A; 7/1/92, 4B; 7/3/92, 3B
  • Meredith, James
    • Supporting David Duke in Louisiana governors race, 4/7/91, 1B; 4/9/91, 1B
    • Trespassing charge trial, 1/29/92, 2B; 1/30/92, 4B; 3/5/92, 4B
    • Trespassing charge: he'll keep fighting, 9/10/93, 5B
    • Urges blacks to join Republican Party, 7/19/88, 3B
  • Merideth, Sonny, 12/28/86, 1H
    • Ex-lawmaker urges Legislature to examine tax exemptions, 2/14/92, 1A
    • Launches run for Senate seat, 6/3/92, 1B; 6/4/92, 2B
    • Old Guard politico was obstructionist (Bill Minor column), 8/25/91, 3G
  • Meridian Community College
    • English as foreign language for foreign students, 3/1/92, 8B
    • Officials claim campus being shortchanged, 5/11/92, 2B
  • Meridian High School
    • Wargames strategy test, 4/20/93, 4B
  • Meridian Lamps Inc
    • Division of Catalina Lamps opens plant in Meridian, 7/1/94, 7B
  • Meridian Naval Air Station
    • 3 sentenced in commissary thefts, 2/24/93, 2B
    • Adjusting to closure takes hard work, other towns say, 3/15/93, 1A
    • Anti-drug training for law enforcement personnel, 3/25/94, 1A
    • Base Closure Commission told of its merits, 6/15/91, 1B; 6/21/91, 3B
    • Base may be spared, 5/22/93, 1A
    • Bias complaints, 5/17/89, 3B; 5/18/89, 1B; 6/13/89, 5B; 6/18/89, 4B
    • Citizens turn out for base closure commission visit, 6/22/91, 1A
    • City fights to save base, 3/30/93, 1B; 5/3/93, 1B; 5/5/93, 1B; 5/8/93, 1A
    • City officials say Texas base supporters' report flawed, 6/12/91, 1A
    • City pulls out all stops to keep base, 6/9/91, 1B; 6/10/91, 1B
    • Closing confirmed, 3/12/93, 1A; 3/13/93, 1A, 11A; 3/18/93, 2B; 6/9/95, 1B
    • Faces another fight for survival, Montgomery says, 3/6/93, 1A; 3/9/93, 1A
    • Fight to save facility enters final round, 6/24/91, 2B
    • Given 50-50 chance of survival, 12/20/94, 1B
    • Mayor Kemp wants to annex it to city, 5/23/91, 3B
    • Meridian may have plight similar to Selma, Alabama's, 6/6/91, 1A, 1B
    • Meridian Navy League battles closure, 6/6/91, 2B
    • Military should maintain own planes, 5/1/88, 5B
    • Mississippi's Congressional clout won't save base, 3/14/93, 5A
    • Montgomery optimistic on keeping base open, 6/29/91, 1A
    • Montgomery: panel erred in closure report, 4/20/93, 1B
    • NAS training plane crashes in Virginia, 7/24/94, 1B
    • Navy Undersecretary Howard tours base, 2/15/90, 5B
    • On Pentagon list of base closings, 6/1/91, 1A
    • Pilot training threatened with closedown, 8/25/94, 2B; 9/1/94, 1B
    • Pilots not injured in jet crash, 12/29/89, 5B
    • Preparing for influx from Beeville, Texas facility, 6/22/92, 3B
    • Remains target on base hit list, 6/8/91, 1A
    • Residents envision life afters its closure, 3/10/93, 1A
    • Secretary of the Navy John Dalton visits, 12/3/93, 1A
    • Spruces up for Nemfakos visit
      • Base-closure commissioner, 8/30/94, 3B
    • Top Gun pilots, 2/28/91, 1D
  • MERIDIAN NAVAL AIR STATION
    • WILL NOT BE CLOSED FOR NOW, 7/1/91, 1A
  • Meridian Police Department
    • 5 officers face sexual misconduct charge, 10/11/92, 3B; 10/14/92, 1B
    • Captain Currie loses job in sex scandal, 10/17/92, 3B
    • Citizens panel established to review police actions, 1B; 1/4/89
    • Group says race, not illness, factor in probe of shooting, 1/8/89; 4B
    • Officer's shooting of black man justified, 1/10/89; 4B
    • Officers ask city to restrict after-hours lounges, 8/25/92, 3B
    • Officers Gibson and Kilgore dimissed: no fitness exam, 8/24/92, 3B
    • Panel questions witnesses in fatal shooting by police, 12/28/88, 1B
    • Police officer Walters killed, 8/26/90, 2B; 12/29/85, 1A; 12/31/85, 1B
  • Meridian Public Schools
    • Crestwood Elementary has arboretum, bird sanctuary, 12/29/89, 4B
    • Drawdy named Superintendent, 3/3/88, 1D
    • Early morning program for low-income students, 7/12/89, 1B
    • Leadership program, 2/23/93, 4B
  • Meridian Star
    • Meridian newspaper bought by Illinois-based chain, 4/3/90, 6B
  • Meridian Steel Corp
    • Former executives indicted, 11/21/89, 6B
    • Former executives sentenced in tax case, 6/26/90, 6B
  • Meridian Underground/FAME
    • Meridian's underground magazine, 7/31/94, 1F
  • Meridian, Mississippi
    • Bond issue in crossfire of Mabus/Horne fued, 4/13/90, 1B
    • Loitering law aimed at street drug sales, 8/2/90, 2B
    • Mayor proposes bond issue for public improvements, 11/19/89, 4B
    • Mayor to seek post as Republican, 3/7/89, 1B
    • Offers a family bonanza, 7/27/88, 1D
    • Opera House is grand
      • Weekend Getaway, 3/21/91, 3E
    • Schools seek money left in account of defunct group, 12/10/88, 3B
    • Tourist attractions, 7/5/87, 1F
    • Touted as possible major Southeast freight transfer hub, 9/25/94, 3C
  • Meridian/Lauderdale County Partnership
    • Kemp considers CEO position, 3/3/93, 3B
    • Lamb faces extortion charges, 6/4/93, 5B
    • Paneitz resigns, 2/9/93, 3B
  • Merit pay
    • Legislators dislike Fordice plan for school teachers, 1/15/93, 1B
    • Plan too sketchy for teacher unions, 12/4/85, 1A
    • Public hearings to be held, 12/3/85, 3B
  • Mermelstein, Morris
    • Ex-teacher charged in allowing 11 year-old to drink beer, 7/9/91, 5B
  • Merrill Lynch
    • Brokerage firm warned about advertising rates in newspaper, 2/21/90, 6B
    • Celebrates 60th year in Mississippi, 11/21/87, 8B
  • Merrimac (Hydroelectric power plant)
    • Begins voyage up Mississippi River, 6/6/89, 8B; 6/7/89, 8B
  • Merritt, Dan
    • Acting JPS chief stops administrative shakeup ordered by Canada, 7/23/94, 1A
  • Merritt, Dan and Thad
    • Father and son leave Jackson schools with remembrances, 6/12/91, 1B
  • Merritt, Robert
    • 1st black Superintendent of Schools, 5/2/86, 1A
    • Arson suspected in fire at his house, 6/20/92, 1B
  • Message Corp
    • Decides to set up corporate offices in Memphis, 2/2/91, 10B
    • Jackson attorney Owen Lalor is named CEO, 5/22/91, 8B
  • Messiah
    • Performance by Mississippi Symphony/Rankin County Chorus, 11/8/89, 1D; 12/4/89, 1E
  • Messiah Sing Along, 12/2/88, 1D
  • Metal Casting Foundries
    • Ssurvives by diversifying, 8/24/88, 8B
  • Metal detectors
    • Forrest County judges request protection, 8/6/93, 2B
    • Hinds County Courthouse, 8/19/94, 1A
    • Installed in Jackson municipal courtrooms, 5/22/93, 1B
    • Lee shooting outside Dairy Queen is concern to Judge Wise, 8/24/93, 1B
    • Rankin County to install them in courtrooms, 1/5/93, 2B; 3/1/92, 1B; 7/22/93, 4B
    • Security welcomed at Chancery Court Building, 1/15/94, 5B
  • Metal detectors SEE ALSO Jackson Public Schools---Metal...
  • Metal detectors (in schools) SEE ALSO School violence
  • Metaphysics institute SEE Institute of Divine Metaphysical Research
  • Meteor showers
    • August sky show, 8/12/89, 2B
    • Perseid meteor shower, 8/9/93, 1B; 8/12/93, 11A
  • Meteorology
    • Jackson State offers only degree program in state, 6/4/90, 1A
  • Meteors
    • Kilmichael meteor a 1000 milennia ago, 10/5/93, 1D
    • Kilmichael's crater nat. landmark?, 9/15/88, 1B
  • Methane gas
    • Seeps from landfill near Brandon, 1/13/91, 3B; 2/12/91, 1B
  • Methane gas SEE ALSO Coalbed methane
  • Methanol SEE Moonshine
  • Methodist Children's Home
    • Cottage to be replaced, 8/14/89, 2B
    • Fire destroys boys' dormitory, 6/6/89, 1A; 6/7/89, 1B
    • Name change: United Methodist Ministry to Children..., 11/12/94, 1D
    • Organizes Friends group, 5/12/90, 1D
    • Paul Sabin new chief, 2/11/89, 1C
    • Teaching-Family program, 4/21/90, 1D
    • United Methodist Conference calls for closing, 6/13/90, 1B; 6/14/90, 1B
  • Methodist Hospital
    • Wiggins
      • Reopening sought, 3/10/93. 2B
  • Methodist Medical Center
    • Fire in pediatric ward, 11/25/94, 1A
    • Hinds County gets $4.9M for indigent care at hospital, 7/9/91, 1B
    • Hinds General has new owners, new name, 12/1/90, 1B
    • Its Billy Puckett Memorial Library is for children, 12/8/91, 3B
    • MBMC spokesman says north Jackson branch not needed, 7/10/93, 1B
    • Mississippi native Tom Harper named head, 11/20/90, 1B
    • North campus gets OK for the third time, 12/20/94, 1B
    • North campus: hospital more open to blacks, staff says, 6/22/94, 4B
    • North campus: Judge puts plans on hold, 4/7/94, 1A; 6/8/94, 8B
  • METHODIST MEDICAL CENTER
    • NORTH CAMPUS: MINI-HOSPITAL APPROVED, 8/13/94, 5B; 9/10/94, 7B
  • Methodist Medical Center
    • North campus: Thompson delays decision, 8/2/94, 5B
    • North Jackson campus backed by Tougaloo College, 7/28/93, 4B
    • North Jackson campus defended, 7/27/93, 1B
    • North Jackson campus OKed, 12/17/93, 1A
    • North Jackson campus: given 1.5 hours at hearing to justify, 6/21/94, 5B
    • Officials seek north Jackson branch, 7/9/93, 1B; 9/16/92, 1A; 9/17/92, 1B
    • PEER report OKs handling of its privatization, 10/24/91, 2B
    • Possible PEER investigation about its lease, 6/5/91, 5B; 12/21/90, 1B
    • Preemies and their families hosted at party, 5/2/94, 3B
    • Renovation will make it bigger, better...sooner, 3/23/93, 5B; 12/5/91, 1A
    • Reverend Emma McNair, staff chaplain, 10/10/91, 1D
    • Settles billing problem with Ken Lawrence, 7/5/91, 3B
    • Smoking blamed for fire in radiology area, 8/24/91, 1B
  • Methodist Rehabilitation Center
    • East Campus opened, 8/22/92, 2B
    • Education young people about spinal cord injury, 1/27/93, 1D
    • Merger, 2/3/87, 1A
    • Patients David Smithie and Joseph Jones, 6/4/89, 1C
    • Reunion of former patients, 9/24/94, 4B
  • Methodists
    • Commission for the Study of the Ministry, 1/12/91, 1D
    • Departing bishop Robert Morgan honored, 8/8/92, 1D
    • Hymnal controversy, 5/31/86, 1D
    • State Methodists helping counterparts in former U.S.S.R., 6/4/94, 1D
    • United Methodist Church officials mull unity with black segments, 5/3/91, 2B; 5/4/91, 1B
    • United Methodist Church works on new book of worship, 9/2/89, 1D
    • United Methodist Council of Bishops meets in Jackson, 4/26/91, 1B; 4/27/91, 1D
    • United Methodist youth participate in Mission Fest '91, 6/29/91, 1D
    • United Methodists buy medical supplies for Mozambique, 4/14/90, 1D
    • United Methodists donate art to decorate remodeled headquarters, 1/29/94, 1D
    • United Methodists helping build Zimbabwe university, 12/15/90, 1D
    • United Methodists name M.L. Meadors new bishop, 7/18/92, 1D
    • United Methodists to renovate Mississippi Street headquartrs, 6/11/92, 4B
    • United Methodists want to build retirement community in Jackson, 9/1/92, 2B
  • Methodists SEE ALSO Mississippi United Methodist Conference
  • Methotrexate SEE Multiple sclerosis
  • Methyl alcohol SEE Moonshine
  • METRIC (Mississippi Export Trading & Import Consultants), 8/22/87, 8B
  • Metro Area Master Gardeners
    • Cooperative Extension Service, 7/15/94, 1E
  • Metro Boys Club
    • Jackson police preach street smarts, 7/4/91, 5B
  • Metro Boys Club SEE ALSO Boys and Girls Club
  • Metro Crime Commission SEE Metropolitan Crime Commission
  • Metro Economic Development Alliance
    • Tri-counties linked for economic development, 1/6/94, 6B
  • Metro Jackson Chamber of Commerce
    • Business and Industry Appreciation Luncheon, 4/24/93, 5B
    • Business/industry/teacher exchange, 9/22/93, 5B
    • Catchings named chairman, 12/3/92, 1A
    • Espy addresses meeting, 4/24/93, 5B
    • Industry Appreciation Luncheon honors 10, 4/14/94, 5B; 4/15/94, 5B
    • New name; now covers tri-county area, 7/1/92, 5B
    • O'Neil is named president, 8/3/93, 5B; 9/12/93, 1C
    • Safety of citizens, race relations on agenda, 12/14/94, 6B
    • Searches for new president, 5/30/93, 1C
    • Teleconference on bias against women in workplace, 5/4/94, 6B
  • Metro Jackson Convention and Visitors Bureau, 9/25/87, 8B
    • 1993 was good year; 1994 may fall short, 7/13/94, 5B
    • 1995 calendar filling up, 9/17/94, 6B
    • Approves Ridgeland tennis court expansion, 1/19/94, 4B
    • Director Campbell will promote events, 11/16/88, 1E
    • Expands beyond Jackson borders, 5/3/91, 6B
    • Festivals Office
      • Resignations, 2/19/89, 1E
    • Odd questions about Mississippi, 5/6/93, 1D
    • Opens a festivals office, 10/24/88, 1A
    • Plays host to meeting planners, 9/16/92, 5B
    • Ridgeland wants to join, 3/29/91, 5B; 3/30/91, 5B
    • Sales blitz to state associations, 5/24/94, 6B
    • Tourism agency expands beyond city borders, 5/3/91, 6B
  • Metro Leadership Council
    • Discussions on city racial issues, 2/20/92, 4B; 2/21/92, 2B
  • Metro Manor Apartments
    • Granted $174,000 to fight drug-related crime, 5/8/93, 1B
    • Tightened security drives out drug pushers, 5/3/91, 4B
  • Metro Narcotics Unit
    • Agents can cross any civil boundary, 9/3/90, 1B
    • Hinds County Sheriff's Department pulls out, 9/11/93, 5B
    • Meridian likely to withdraw, 11/4/90, 3B
    • Pool law enforcement resources in making busts, 7/8/91, 1A
  • Metro-area income tax SEE Payroll tax
  • Metro-Communications Inc
    • Local Muzak franchise, Joe Swain owner, 5/28/90, 4E
  • Metrocenter
    • Face lift and repaving, 9/25/89, 3B
    • Gayfers and Dillard's get facelifts, 9/16/90, 1G
    • Gearing up for holiday season; new store openings, 10/18/84, 1A; 10/25/94, 8B
    • Gives $5000 to crime stoppers, 4/23/87, 4B
    • Jackson police precinct 2 moves to shopping center area, 7/18/90, 4B
    • Man is shot outside Morrison's, 9/26/93, 1A; 9/27/93, 1B; 9/28/93, 5B
    • Renovation to include large skylights, 2/26/93, 1A
    • Reopening: Little Texas to play, 11/11/93, 3E
    • Thefts drop after police move precinct to area, 12/3/90, 1B
    • Thieves drive truck into mall, hit two stores, 1/3/92, 1A; 1/4/92, 1A; 1/22/92, 4B
    • Trims hours to save money, 3/26/91, 6B
    • Wants to cut weekday hours, 1/12/91, 6B
    • Woman sues shopping center over parking-lot mugging, 6/10/89, 3B
  • Metropolitan Crime Commission
    • Created by 50 Jackson community leaders, 5/20/94, 5B
    • Gives new Hinds jail high marks, 10/27/94, 4B
    • Incarceration Task Force
      • Juvenile offenders, 12/9/94, 1B
    • SEE ALSO Jackson/Hinds Crime Commission
    • Wayne Taylor named chief, 9/23/94, 4B
    • Wives of slaying victims form bond, 10/12/94, 1A
  • Metropolitan Life Insurance Co
    • Agrees to pay state $109,237 in fines, 11/29/94, 6B
    • Dale looking for unhappy policy owners, 6/10/94, 5B
  • Metzger, Tom SEE Ku Klux Klan
  • Meucci, Bob
    • Custom pool cues, 3/29/87, 1E
  • Mexican restaurants
    • Mississippi
      • A sampling, 5/2/91, 6E
  • Mexico
    • Cheap labor, loose regulation luring U.S. companies, 5/17/92, 1C, 2C
    • Diplomat Suarez-Mier wants to draw state's investors to Mexico, 6/25/91, 10B
    • Free trade agreement would help Mississippi, official claims, 12/10/91, 6B
    • Mississippi Methodists build mission in La Joya, 9/4/93, 1A, 1D
    • Seminar: 'Doing Business in Mexico and Latin America', 3/18/92, 5B
  • Mexico SEE ALSO North American Free Trade Agreement
  • Mexico City
    • Baptists help out, 9/29/85, 1A
  • MFC Services SEE Farm cooperatives
  • MFJ Enterprises
    • Starkville-based company makes high-tech electronics, 2/11/92, 7B
  • MFJ Enterprises Inc
    • Starkville ham radio suppliers
      • Martin Jue, owner, 3/15/94, 6B
  • MFS Mississippi Municipal Bond Fund
    • Tax-exempt fund for Mississippians, 8/6/92, 5B
  • MIAs SEE Vietnam veterans
  • Miazza family
    • Pioneer Jackson family holds reunion with Spengler family, 6/27/93, 1B
  • Michael Baker Inc SEE Baker, Michael Inc
  • Michael, Eddie
    • New Highway Patrol inspector for Meridian district, 10/17/92, 3B
  • Michael, Lasha
    • Charges drug search unwarranted; apartment later burglarized, 11/13/92, 1B
  • Michaels Restaurant and Deli
    • Restaurant review, 7/7/94, 4E
  • Michel Middle School
    • Biloxi
      • New reading curriculum, 2/25/92, 4B
  • Michel, J. Walter SEE Elections---1991---Write-in...
  • Michelangelo virus
    • Found in some state systems, 3/3/92, 6B; 3/5/92, 1A; 3/7/92, 5B
  • Mickey Mouse
    • Ten Jackson area youths celebrate M.M.'s birthday at Disney World, 11/18/88, 1A
  • MicroAge
    • Jackson franchise store, 3/19/87, 8B
  • Microscope
    • Scanning electron microscope-UMS, 7/20/87, 1C
  • Microtek Medical
    • Columbus-based medical supply company goes public, 10/7/92, 5B
    • May be for sale, 7/29/94, 5B
    • Restructuring to cut 10 jobs, 6/7/94, 6B
  • Microwave television channels
    • State, private groups compete for, 4/4/89, 1B
  • Mid-City Business Association
    • Jackson group finds joint efforts pay, 11/3/92, 2B
  • Mid-Delta Economic Development Council
    • Pact: 3 Mississippi & 2 Arkansas counti, 11/22/87, 6H
  • Mid-Delta Home Health Inc
    • Peserverance paid off for founder Clara Taylor Reed, 6/19/94, 1C
  • Mid-Mississippi Mustang Show
    • Vintage car rally, 3/5/92, 2E
  • Mid-South Industries, 8/23/87, 1G
  • Mid-South Pigeon Racing Club
    • Brandon group, 5/16/93, 1F
  • Mid-State Artificial Limb Inc
    • Troy Luster, owner
      • How's business?, 7/14/92, 6B
  • Mid-Town Day Care Center
    • Lack of funds may close it down, 5/12/94, 1B
  • Mid-Town neighborhood (Jackson)
    • Habitat for Humanity continues fund-raising, 11/12/92, 1B
    • Task force reports on revitalization needs, 4/29/92, 1A; 4/30/92, 1B
  • Mid-Town Praise Crusade
    • Focus on drugs in west mid-town, 7/21/90, 1D
  • Mid-town Tent Crusade
    • New Lake Outreach Ministries, 9/28/91, 1D
  • Middle East crisis SEE Iraqi invasion
  • Middle South Utilities
    • Cash crisis predicted, 8/2/85, 8B
    • Drops dividends, 8/30/85, 1A
    • Financial improvement, 5/17/86, 8B
    • Financial woes, 5/16/87, 8B
    • Investors not concerned stockholders will pay for Grand Gulf, 4/20/89, 8B
    • Moves away from bankruptcy, 9/14/86, 1G
    • Owner of MP&L considers a name change, 1B; 1/28/89
    • Plans plant in Bahamas, 10/16/87, 8B
    • Ratings service to review, 8/3/85, 8B
    • Reform needed, 9/1/85, 1H
    • Stock, 4/13/87, 4B
    • Stock analysis, 5/25/87, 4B
    • Stock price, 2/27/87, 8B
    • Stock slides, 9/18/86, 12B
  • Middle South Utilities SEE ALSO Entergy Corp
  • Middleton, Joe
    • Executive chef at Governor's Mansion, 8/2/89, 1E
  • Middleton, Katie
    • Stabbed to death by 2 teenage neighbors, 6/17/93, 2B; 6/18/93, 3B; 6/24/93, 1A
    • Suspects' trial: discussion in jury pool forces relocation, 9/20/94, 2B
    • Taggert sentenced to 2 life terms, 1/7/95, 3B; 12/15/94, 1B
  • Midge Marsden Band SEE Marsden, Midge
  • Midgets SEE Little people
  • Midland Container Corp, 7/2/88, 8B
  • Midlife crisis
    • Total meltdown can be avoided, 5/8/90, 1D
  • Midnight Basketball League
    • Safe haven from criminal activities, 4/13/94, 1B; 5/9/95, 4B
  • Midnight Sun, The
    • Club is planning around Jackson curfew law, 7/2/94, 4B
  • Midnight, Mississippi, 7/13/86, 1E
  • MidSouth Corp, 9/19/86, 8B
    • Acquired by Kansas City Southern Railway, 6/5/93, 5B; 6/30/93, 5B
    • Acquires Gulf & Mobile Railroad, 4/16/88, 8B
    • Archer Daniels Midland buys 1.1 million MidSouth shares, 2/27/91, 6B
    • Attorney General Moore wants Justice Department probe, 7/24/90, 6B
    • Bought by Kansas City Southern, 9/22/92, 6B
    • CEO Frank Turner retires, 6/30/93, 5B
    • Cleans up toxic sulfur fire cite at Brandon, 12/18/89, 1B
    • Cold weather cuts profits, 2/27/90, 6B
    • Earnings for 2nd quarter 1991 down slightly, 7/26/91, 8B
    • East Mississippi opposes track shutdown, 3/2/90, 6B; 4/16/90, 1B; 4/18/90, 1B
    • Executives take jobs with Illinois Central, 3/18/89, 10B
    • Expects lower 2nd quarter 1989 earnings, 6/9/89, 4B
    • Hires experts to evaluate IC takeover proposal, 12/13/90, 6B
    • Illinois Central retracts offer for MidSouth stock, 5/4/91, 5B
    • Jackson-based regional railroad, 4/16/89, 1G
    • Judge prohibits abandonment of rail line in east Mississippi, 6/12/90, 6B
    • Line was slated for closure before purchase, 3/28/91, 6B; 4/19/90, 1B; 6/21/90, 6B
    • Man sues MidSouth over property damage, 4/15/90, 3B
    • Needs strong leadership, analyst says, 3/18/89, 10B
    • On track to profit, 4/6/88, 8B
    • Parent company to buy Illinois Central, 3/11/89, 3B
    • Parent Kansas City Southern selling rail operations, 5/20/94, 6B
    • Plan on schedule, 12/1/85, 1H
    • Prepares for separate stock trading, 12/10/87, 14B
    • President Turner subpoenaed on abandonment of rail lines, 11/15/89, 6B
    • Railroad car is new site for socializing, 10/31/88, 1C
    • Regional Railroad on track to profit, 4/6/88, 8B
    • Rejects Illinois Central takeover offer, 12/18/90, 6B; 12/19/90, 7B
    • Restructures debt to reduce interest costs, 1/12/90, 6B
    • Says stock offer won't devalue existing shares, 5/6/89, 8B
    • SouthRail subsidiary spends $12M on track, 11/29/89, 6B
    • Spends $9 Million to fix tracks
      • 4/20/88, 4/20/88, 8B
    • Target of Illinois Central takeover, 12/4/90, 6B
    • To abandon track in east Mississippi, 1/11/90, 6B
    • To be publicly traded
      • 11/18/86, 11/18/86, 8B
    • To buy Gulf & Mississippi railroad, 12/3/87, 8B
    • To establish headquarters in Jackson, 12/5/85, 8B
    • To Offer 2.15 million shares common stock, 5/5/89, 8B
    • To sell rail line in east Mississippi, 11/22/89, 6B
  • Midsouth Pyrotechnics
    • Court action starts over 1990 fire, 6/17/93, 3B
    • Explosion kills two at Columbus plant, 6/13/90, 1A+; 6/14/90, 1A; 6/15/90, 1A
    • Glue gun blamed in fatal blast, 6/17/90, 2B
    • Grief over father's death may have killed son, 6/15/90, 1A; 6/16/90, 1B
    • Owner plans to rebuild plant Columbus plant, 7/4/90, 1A
  • Midsummer Night's Dream, A
    • New Stage, 3/14/86, 1D
  • Midtown Community Center
    • Non-profit daycare service, 12/13/87, 1E
  • Midtown Day Care Center
    • Thieves steal candy to be used for raising insurance money, 2/7/91, 2B
    • WKXI radio listeners cover theft losses, 2/9/91, 5B
  • Midtown Madness: Beyond the Fence
    • Cleanup campaign by Millsaps, Belhaven, JSU students, 4/20/91, 4B
  • Midwives
    • Lexington
      • Service at Methodist Hospital of Middle Mississippi, 1/27/91, 1E
    • Mississippi, 5/14/89, 1E; 11/16/86, 1B
      • Training program discontinued, 6/3/85, 1A
  • Mighty Morphin Power Ranger
    • Action towy for kids, 8/16/94, 1D
  • MIK & MOT'S
    • Restaurant review, 5/26/94, 4E
  • Milan Express Co
    • Tennessee trucking firm to open terminal in Richland, 7/19/91, 8B
  • Miles, Marion
    • Newton County sheriff charged in gambling bribe scheme, 5/10/91, 1B
    • Pleads guilty, resigns office in plea bargain, 6/22/91, 1B
  • Miles, Ricky SEE Rape, Utica
  • Miles, Terry SEE Rape, Utica
  • Military academies
    • Academy Day for perspective students held in Jackson, 5/19/92, 4B
    • Apply early, lots of paperwork involved, 5/25/90, 1E
    • Slots for Mississippi go unfilled, 3/9/90, 4B; 5/26/89, 1B
  • Military bases
    • $48 Million appropriated for work in state, 8/11/94, 3B; 10/20/93, 2B
    • Adjusting to closure takes hard work, 3/15/93, 1A
    • Closure commission's list passes U.S. House, 7/25/91, 3A
    • Closure committee hears final arguments, 6/15/93, 4B
    • Columbus AFB not immune from closure, Montgomery says, 7/8/91, 2B
    • D-Day dawns for bases fighting to stay open, 6/23/93, 3B
    • Homeport and Meridian Naval Air Station on list of base closings, 6/1/91, 1A
  • MILITARY BASES
    • MERIDIAN AND PASCAGOULA FACILITIES SPARED, 6/26/93, 1A; 6/27/93, 1A
  • Military bases
    • Meridian NAS facing 3rd round of cuts, 8/25/94, 2B; 9/1/94, 1B
    • Meridian NAS remains target on base hit list, 6/8/91, 1A
    • Military leaders now have 1995 closures in mind, 6/28/93, 1B
    • Mississippi and Texas draw battle lines over navy base closings, 5/22/91, 2B
    • Mississippi escapes brunt of personnel cutbacks, 12/9/94, 10A
    • Mississippi facilities share $37Million in defense bill, 7/18/91, 3B
    • Montgomery and Feinstein (D-Calif) fail to halt 1995 closure reviews, 9/11/93, 1B
    • Montgomery pleads state's case before Senate panel, 6/7/91, 3B
    • Montgomery: Facilities need more time to defend against closure, 7/2/91, 1B
    • Pentagon base-closings may be windfall for state, 4/13/91, 1A
    • Pilot training at Columbia and Meridian threatened, 8/25/94, 2B
    • Senate OKs $37 million for construction at state bases, 9/18/91, 1B
    • Texas senators battling for home state facilities, 6/18/91, 2B
  • Military Order of the Purple Heart
    • Mississippi chapter qualifies as department, 7/17/94, 1B
  • Military recruiters
    • Battalion will remain in Jackson, 7/24/90, 5B
    • Post Cold War cuts change recruiting strategies, 3/5/93, 2B
    • They're still enlisting, despite cuts, 8/8/93, 1B
  • Military service
    • Monetary incentives prompting many to leave service early, 3/9/92, 1A
    • Soles family of Brookhaven has long military tradition, 10/8/90, 1B
  • Milk
    • Contract-rigging lawsuit settlement goes to schools, 12/20/91, 1B; 12/21/91, 1B
    • Demand and drought in Midwest may force prices up, 7/13/89, 6B
    • Downturn in prices may be devasting to state's dairies, 3/3/91. 1G
    • Flav-O-Rich executive Paul Clark acquitted in bid-rigging, 3/10/94, 8B
    • Mississippi targeted in probe of school milk contracts, 9/6/91, 1A; 12/18/91, 2B
    • Short supply, high demand raise prices, 9/28/89, 6B
    • Students at Beaumont find glass in milk, 5/20/89, 1B
  • Milk SEE ALSO Borden Company
  • Milken Family Foundation
    • 5 Mississippi teachers named National Educators, 9/23/94, 1B; 10/4/95, 1B
  • Milken Foundation National Educator Awards
    • 6 winners in state, 9/10/93, 1A
  • Milkman
    • Is Bill Wright Mississippi's last milkman?, 5/5/92, 1D
  • Mill Street Barber Shop
    • Henry Lee and John Terrell, proprietors, 5/11/94, 1D
  • Millard, Deacon SEE Mississippi Industries for the Blind
  • Millcreek Rehabilitation Center
    • Bad image decried by staff, 8/8/93, 1A
    • Department of Health finds deficiencies, 6/13/93, 1A
    • Father claims child abuse, sues for $14.5 million, 3/8/93, 1A
    • Mother charges facility with neglect, 1/4/93, 1B
  • Millennium Group
    • Panel could become 'self-serving tool' of college executives, 7/12/93, 1A, 5A
    • Patches up dispute on its mission, 7/15/93, 2B
    • To work with Burnham's education task force, 5/30/93, 1A; 6/16/93, 3B
  • Millennium Group SEE ALSO Vocational education
  • Miller (corn grinding)
    • Sciple's Mill has ground corn since 1790, 7/5/94, 1D
  • Miller Transporters Inc
    • Celebrating 50th anniversary, 6/14/92, 1C
  • Miller, Andre
    • Meridian football player lives in house his grandmother left him, 10/5/90, 1A
  • Miller, Anthony SEE Ware, Leslie
  • Miller, Brenda
    • Hired to run Jackson tourism bureau, 12/2/88, 10A
  • Miller, Calvin
    • Lyric poet, 2/28/87, 1C
  • Miller, Cecil
    • Family awaits appeal in Vicksburg man's 1991 slaying, 7/11/93, 2B
  • Miller, Christopher "Kit"
    • Answers sought years after Clinton youth's death, 1/30/92, 4B; 2/6/89, 2B
    • Plea bargain frees suspected killer Gene Tuttle, 12/4/92, 4B
  • Miller, David
    • Police say murder suspect has jumped bond, 8/28/90, 1A; 8/29/90, 5B; 10/6/90, 5B
  • Miller, David W
    • Announces candidacy for Hinds County chancery clerk post, 6/20/91, 5B
  • Miller, Dennis
    • To run for state Senate (Bob Montgomery's seat), 1/21/92, 1B
  • Miller, Don
    • Former Madison County deputy convicted in cocaine case, 6/4/92, 5B
  • Miller, Dwain and Webbie Lois
    • White Oak couple---parenthood second time around, 6/21/93, 1B
  • Miller, Emmett
    • Will no longer anchor WLBT newcast, 9/12/90, 4D
  • Miller, Francis
    • Seattle seafood magnate wants to develope Royal d'Iberville hotel, 4/3/93, 2B
  • Miller, Glenda
    • Dreamhouse contest falls through, 6/10/94, 1A
    • Woman giving away house in essay contest, 4/14/94, 1A; 5/2/94, 1B
  • Miller, Hainon
    • Legislator turns down April expense money, 6/6/91, 1A
  • Miller, Haskell
    • Artist at Parchman, 11/2/87, 1B
  • Miller, Jennifer
    • Rosa Scott Middle School student is teacher's dream, 6/8/90, 4B
  • Miller, Joe Thomas
    • Prentiss mayor pleads guilty to embezzlement, 3/21/90, 1A
  • Miller, John
    • Chess champ/student uses game to boost career hopes, 4/13/90, 4B
  • Miller, Kenneth Dwayne
    • His Greenville rape victim still bears scars of attack, 9/20/93, 1A
  • Miller, Larry SEE ETV
  • Miller, Lu Ann SEE Traffic accidents, Jackson
  • Miller, Maurice SEE Norton, Danny
  • Miller, Michael
    • 14-year-old Columbia boy wants early diploma, 3/27/92, 1A; 3/28/92, 1A
    • To be given early diploma, 4/17/92, 3B
  • Miller, Newt
    • Barber and inventor, 6/3/93, 1D
  • Miller, Pamela Tiffany SEE Miller, Tiffany
  • Miller, Penelope Ann
    • Actress in Oxford filming 'Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag', 2/5/92, 1D
  • Miller, Robert
    • Faces suit for sexual harassment, 7/17/91, 1B
    • Hinds County supervisor involved in wreck in county vehicle, 1/5/91, 5B
  • Miller, Rudolph
    • Clarke County supervisor a suicide after rape charge, 7/24/91, 1B
  • Miller, Sir John
    • Crown Equerry to Queen of England, 10/30/89, 1D
  • Miller, Stanley SEE Mitchell, Louise
  • Miller, Thomas
    • Law school student/fashion designer, 4/19/90, 1D
    • McComb fashion designer, 8/6/87, 1E
    • Tommi Rae line of clothes, 9/22/88, 1F
  • Miller, Tiffany
    • 2 MSU students slain, 12/12/92, 1A, 1B; 12/18/92, 1B; 12/19/92, 1A
    • Billboard offers reward for information on killers, 5/7/93, 1B
    • Coroner rules death by shooting; had not been raped, 12/27/92, 1B
    • DNA tests clear murder suspects, 2/13/93, 1A
    • Girlfriend aided suspect Manning, sheriff says, 7/10/93, 1B
    • Man starts funds to uncover slaying suspects, 12/24/92, 3B; 12/31/92, 1B
    • Manning hearing is delayed, 7/7/93, 2B
    • Manning held in her slaying, 5/20/93, 1A, 1B; 5/22/93, 1A; 6/25/93, 3B
    • Media hampering death probe, 12/17/92, 2B
    • Memorial set to remember slain student, 11/6/94, 1B
    • MSU student slain, 12/12/92, 1A, 1B; 12/14/92, 1A, 2B; 12/15/92, 3B
    • Oktibbeha County sheriff following new leads, 3/13/93, 5B
  • Millet, Mark
    • Watercolorist shows at The Arbor Cafe, 1/12/92, 1F
  • Milling-Bailey, Angela
    • JC judge married felon; panel wants her fired, 1/27/95, 4B; 10/18/94, 1B
  • Millionaires
    • Mississippi, 4/26/87, 1H
  • Mills, Jake SEE College Board
  • Mills, James SEE Joey's Lounge
  • Mills, Kay SEE Hamer, Fannie Lou
  • Mills, Mike
    • Aberdeen mayor has his cabin in the woods, 9/22/91, 4B
    • Fulton legislator jumps from Democrats to GOP, 8/13/93, 1B
  • Mills, Randall
    • Waynesboro soldier dies of hear attack in Saudi Arabia, 4/24/91, 1B
  • Millsaps Avenue Art District
    • Art SEEN co-operative show, 6/13/93, 1F
    • Jackson's version of Soho/Greenwich Village, 6/29/92, 1A; 12/8/89, 1E
  • Millsaps Avenue Arts District
    • Newcomers being welcomed, 10/24/94, 1D
  • Millsaps College
    • $20 million gift; largest is state history?, 10/16/92, 1A
    • 1914 graduate Nolan Harmon is baccalaureate speaker, 5/13/89, 1C
    • 5 students charged with stealing pumpkins, 11/1/94, 1B; 11/11/94, 1B
    • Archaeological dig in Rankin County, 6/25/90, 1B
    • Arts & Lectures series features Grisham, Ellison and Butler, 9/26/91, 1D
    • Arts & Lectures series for 1990-91 (includes schedule), 9/27/90, 1D
    • Black student Kiese Laymon suspended, 12/13/94, 5B
    • Buie House
      • Opens as an Inn, 12/7/87, 1B
    • Building renovation, 4/5/87, 5G
    • Centennial celebration begins, 2/19/90, 1B
    • Course teaches how to value and market foreclosed properties, 5/6/90, 1G
    • Dedicates new science center, 2/14/88, 1B
    • Disgruntled students, 10/28/87, 1B; 11/10/87, 3B
    • Do security guards show racial bias?, 4/18/92, 1B; 4/22/92, 3B; 4/25/92, 4B
    • Earns Phi Beta Kappa chapter, 10/30/88, 1A
    • Else School of Management
      • Ernst & Young Strategic Planning Partnership, 8/4/94, 6B
    • Flowers, Jones and McLarty are new trustees, 7/2/90, 4B
    • General Louis Wilson Fund (MBA school's stock market fund), 4/24/94, 1C
    • Graduation, 5/11/87, 3B
    • Graduation 1994: 83-year-old Annie Lee Guider graduates, 5/4/94, 3B
    • Greenwood couple L.B. and Frances Jones contribute $100,000, 10/1/91, 3B
    • Hopes to get Phi Beta Kappa chapter, 8/9/87, 1A
    • Leadership Seminars in the Humanities, 6/29/90, 1E
    • Lecture series, 9/23/88, 1C
    • Lecture series: 'Finding the Flame Within Us', 10/13/92, 1D
    • Marks 100-year-old celebration with symphony premiere, 11/30/90, 1F
    • Millsaps Singers
      • Mark 50th year with concert, 10/29/85, 1D
    • Offers leadership seminar on the South, 8/27/90, 4B
    • Olin Foundation grants $5.15 Million, 10/4/85, 1A
    • Piano scholarships funded by gift from John Palmer, 12/5/94, 3B
    • Professor robbed at scissors-point in academic complex, 3/1/91, 5B
    • Profile on academia, 10/13/85, 1K
    • Purple and White to resume publication after shut down, 2/26/94, 1B
    • Racial incident detailed, 10/22/94, 1B; 10/29/94, 1A
    • Racial incident involving fraterities, 10/11/94, 1B; 10/12/94, 1B; 10/13/94, 3B
    • Racial incident: punishment ordered for fraternities, 11/4/94, 1B
    • Rating, 10/17/87, 1B
    • Screech alarms available to students, 11/17/91, 3B
    • Sets $80 Million fundraising campaign, 9/25/93, 1A
    • Starts fund raising drive, 1/10/86, 1B
    • State's first Phi Beta Kappa chapter installed, 3/5/89, 1A
    • Student art show, 4/29/90, 1F
    • Student artists exhibit 'Gender' differences, 4/8/90, 1F
    • Students hope to do 100,000 hours of community service, 4/7/90, 1A
    • Summer Research Institute in chemistry and biology, 7/20/90, 4B
    • Surpasses $1.4Million fund-raising goal early, 2/26/90, 3B
    • To name school after Else, 11/5/86, 10B
    • Tower, 6/16/87, 1B
    • Tower donato, 10/16/87, 1B
    • Wendy's development, 6/24/87, 8B
  • Millsaps-Buie House
    • Fire, 8/23/86, 1A
    • Fire, youth arrested, 8/29/86, 1B
    • Insurance, 2/5/87, 2B
    • Jackson's only bed-and-breakfast inn, 8/26/91, 1D
    • Most of inn's business is corporate, 6/16/89, 6B
    • To be rebuilt, 1/14/87, 1B
    • Toots a stylish horn, 12/21/87, 1C
  • Milstead, Raenell
    • Brandon woman faces cocaine charge, 8/31/90, 5B
  • Milton, Cynthia
    • Miss Black Mississippi, 6/3/87, 1D
  • Milton, Richard
    • Prentiss man charged with starving animals, 7/7/91, 3B
  • Milton, Sam
    • Clinton developer pleads guilty in housing-loan fraud, 8/25/90, 5B; 11/28/90, 5B
  • Mims, Marilyn
    • Homecoming in Collins, 8/14/87, 1C
    • Makes Metropolitan debut, 1/13/88, 1C
    • Opera soprano, 8/2/87, 1E
  • MINACT Inc
    • Booker T. Jones, president
      • Business profile, 1/22/90, 5E
    • Gets $25Million job training contract in Kentucky, 11/22/90, 6B
  • Mineral rights leases, 9/17/87, 8B
    • Court: all rights go with mineral lease, 6/4/88, 8B
    • Mississippi Supreme Court changes rule, 4/7/88, 8B
  • Mineral waters
    • Stafford Springs, 5/25/87, 1B
  • Mini Grand Prix
    • M-car race, 8/5/93, 7E
  • Mini-skirts
    • In local schools, 8/25/87, 1C
  • Mini-vacations
    • Southeast, 8/23/87, 1F
  • Miniature golf, 7/23/87, 1C
  • Minimum Foundation Program SEE Schools, Mississippi---Funding:...
  • Minimum wage
    • Hike in wage may hike prices locally, 3/31/91, 1G
    • Hike will hurt small businesses, local merchants say, 11/9/89, 6B
    • Increase will have ripple effect, 4/1/90, 1G
    • Mississippi
      • Change expected, 6/21/87, 1G
    • Providing 'mad money' to state workers, 3/31/91, 1A
    • Some state cotton choppers not getting wages due, 7/14/92, 6B
  • Mining, Mississippi
    • Hattiesburg landowners sue to halt gravel mining, 12/14/88, 3B
  • Ministers for Adoption
    • Holds celebration in Jackson, 11/23/91, 1D
  • Ministers, Jackson
    • Life in a goldfish bowl for families and spouses of ministers, 6/9/93, 1D
    • Local demoninations seek ways to help aging clergy, 5/1/93, 1D
  • Ministers, Laurel
    • Price family, 4/25/92, 1D
  • Ministers, McComb
    • Arrest of 4 street preachers outside grocery store, 11/12/94, 3B
  • Ministers, Mississippi
    • Baptist ministers hold reunion, 3/7/87, 1C
    • Many seek professional counseling, 7/9/89, 1E
    • Mississippians pick the top preachers in state, 3/19/94, 1D
    • Reputation following Jim Bakker scandal, 3/21/87, 1/c
    • Taking care of the temple: ministerial fitness, 3/13/93, 1D
    • Women of the cloth (two part series), 9/7-8/91, various pagings
  • Ministers, Mississippi SEE ALSO Pastoral counseling
  • Ministers, Rankin County
    • Clark shot by husband of woman he was counseling, 5/26/89, 1A; 5/31/89, 3B
    • Judge won't cut bond for suspect Hudgens, 6/7/89, 3B
    • Shooting of Clark nets Hudgens 15 years, 10/14/89, 1B
  • Minnick, Robert
    • U.S. Supreme Court overturns his murder conviction, 1/24/91, 4B; 12/4/90, 1B
  • Minninger, Kerry
    • Encounters opposition as Ridgeland fire chief, 3/29/91, 3B
    • Ex-fire chief pleads guilty to trespassing, 6/20/90, 1A
    • Ridgeland fire chief resigns, is target of investigation, 6/12/90, 1B; 6/13/90, 1B
  • Minor, Bill
    • Column called 'pathetic' by Fordice, 3/7/93, 4G (letter-to-the-editor)
    • Mississippians ready for relief from overpriced car tags, 1/8/89; 3H
    • Papers dedicated, 10/4/87, 4B
    • Roasted at Society of Professional Jounralists fundraiser, 1/12/92, 2B
  • Minor, Paul SEE Asbestos
  • Minor, Victoria SEE Crime rate, Jackson (1994)---3 on Comfort Street...
  • Minority business
    • A rarity; Mississippi has very few minority-owned businesses, 12/6/88, 8B
    • Bill to aid in Mississippi, 10/4/85, 3B; 10/5/85, 8B; 10/7/85, 1A
    • Black Enterprise magazine lists top US black-owner corporations, 5/13/93, 5B
    • Black owned businesses increase sharply throughout country, 9/12/90, 10B
    • Black-owned firms grow to 9,667 in 1987, 9/28/90, 6B
    • Carson named Minority Businessman of the year, 10/1/85, 8B
    • Clinton votes 15% set-aside quota, 5/22/91, 4B
    • Economic Committee urges black business growth in Washington County, 1/21/89; 3B
    • Funds targeted for for Jackson, 4/8/86, 3B
    • Jackson/Hinds Minority Capital Fund, 2/1/94, 6B; 4/3/93, 5B
    • Leaders recognized for entrepreneurial work in Jackson, 6/27/90, 6B
    • Local entrepreneurs honored by publisher Shirley Watson, 6/4/91, 6B
    • Minorities tout service to companies, 6/10/88, 8B
    • Minority consumers urged to patronize minority businesses, 10/17/93, 1
  • MINORITY BUSINESS
    • MINORITY ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT WEEK, 9/19-22/92 (special series)
  • Minority business
    • Robinson-Watson Book Co luncheon honors 5 businesses, 6/12/92, 5B; 6/30/95, 7B
    • Some black businesses making comeback in Delta, 1A; 1/16/89
  • Minority business SEE ALSO Minority Enterprise Developemnt Week
  • Minority Business Community Development Corp
    • Initiative of Mayor Ditto, 8/21/92, 5B
  • Minority Business Directory
    • Luncheon honors area's black entrepreneurs, 6/24/94, 5B
    • Shirley Watson and Carol Robinson, publishers, 6/9/92, 6B
  • Minority contracts, Hinds County
    • Firms will get $1Million in Hinds County business, 6/4/91, 5B
    • Minority participation questioned in Raymond jail site, 4/24/92, 4B
    • New Board of Supervisors sets diversity priority, 9/28/93, 1B
    • To award 20% of its business to minorities, 5/1/91, 5B
  • Minority contracts, Jackson
    • Getting a helping hand from city, 3/9/89, 8B
    • Non-minority food contract rejected by City Council, 12/9/91, 1A
    • Not enough big $$ contracts, 4/30/86, 1A
    • Prepares for mandatory 20% minority buying, 5/22/91, 4B; 7/21/92, 5B
    • Restrictions should not be mandated, City Councilman says, 9/22/93, 4B
    • Stokes blasts Anglin's comments on city's set-asides, 9/25/93, 4B
  • Minority contracts, Mississippi
    • Minority set-asides proposal goes to Mabus, 4/6/91, 2B
  • Minority Enterprise Development Week, 1991
    • Entrepreneurs to share expertise, 9/15/91, 1C
  • Minority Enterprise Development Week, 1992
    • JSU's James Lyons is speaker, 9/26/92, 3B
  • Minority Enterprise Development Week, 1993
    • Calendar of events, 9/21/93, 6B
  • Minority Enterprise Development Week, 1994, 9/25/94, 1C; 9/28/94, 5B
    • American Telegraph & Wire Co, 9/30/94, 5B
    • Non-traditional sources for seed money, 9/29/94, 5B
  • Minority Male Conference SEE African Americans...
  • Minority set-asides SEE Minority contracts
  • Minority Vendor Matching Forum
    • Entergy Corp sponsored
      • Chavis of NAACP is speaker, 7/28/93, 5B
  • Minter City Volunteer Fire Department
    • Lack of volunteers keeps new truck idle, 10/24/91, 2B
  • Minton, Terry SEE Horizon Community Church
  • Miracle Temple Church
    • Accepts challenge, 5/28/88, 1C
  • Miracles
    • At Thanksgiving readers tell of personal miracles, 11/25/93, 1E
  • Miracles, The
    • Concert singers from Baddour Memorial Center, 7/28/91, 1E
  • Miranda ruling
    • Mississippi officials divided on its value, 6/8/86, 1H
  • Miri, Arman
    • Clinton 5-year-old spends day trapped in locked school bus, 9/15/93, 1A
  • Miskelley, Mike
    • TV film incorrectly portrays Miskelley case, 1B; 1/20/89
  • Miskelly Furniture
    • Building larger facility across the street, 2/4/94, 5B
  • MISS 103
    • Laurie Defoe wins home in Castlewoods, 8/15/94, 1A
    • Lottery won by Stacy Chesteen, 12/6/91, 4B
  • Miss America SEE ALSO Howell, Beth; Vincent, Marjorie
  • Miss America, 1987
    • Computer picks, 9/18/87, 1E
    • Ethnic contestants, 9/17/87, 1C
    • Scholarships, 9/16/87, 1C
  • Miss America, 1989
    • Bodybuilder/trainer Joe Christiano, 9/14/89, 1E
    • Lure of slot machines, not beauty pageant, 9/15/89, 1E
  • Miss America, 1990
    • Contestants count down to finale, 9/8/90, 1B
    • In Atlantic City Trump's Taj in Un.Be.Lievable, 9/7/90, 1E
    • Miss Florida, Corinth native, wins swimsuit competition, 9/6/90, 2A, 1D
  • Miss America, 1992
    • Love it or hate it, most people watch it, 9/17/92, 1D
    • Pageant preliminaries begin, 9/15/92, 1D
  • Miss America, 1993
    • Leanza Cornett brings AIDS crusade to Jackson, 4/30/93, 1A
  • Miss America, 1994
    • Swimsuit competition will be barefoot, 7/25/94, 1A
    • Whitestone is inspiration to local teen Ashley McHann, 9/23/94, 1A
  • Miss Black Mississippi
    • Cynthia Milton, 6/2/87, 1D
    • Yolanda Jones pledges to fight crime, 7/28/93, 3B
  • Miss Hospitality (charterboat)
    • Kenny Barhanovich owner
      • Business profile, 2/12/90, 4E
  • Miss Hospitality pageant
    • In flux, 8/5/86, 1D
  • Miss Hospitality, 1985
    • Jill Sanders to end reign, 7/26/85, 1C
    • Suzanne Wilkerson, 7/28/85, 1B
  • Miss Hospitality, 1986
    • New Miss Hospitality for 1986, 9/12/86, 1C
  • Miss Hospitality, 1989
    • In Starkville, 8/10/89, 6F
  • Miss Hospitality, 1991
    • Toni Price of Mendenhall is chosen, 8/11/91, 2B
  • Miss Manners
    • Judith Martin coming to Jackson for Friends of the Library gala, 2/23/89, 1D
  • Miss Mississippi contest
    • Cosmetic surgery, other enhancements are common, 7/8/93, 1D
    • First pageant, 7/12/87, 1E
    • Later life, 7/15/87, 1C
    • Move to sell franchise, 10/13/93, 3B
  • Miss Mississippi Teen-USA, 1988
    • Honey East of Jackson, 11/30/87, 1C
  • Miss Mississippi U.S.A.
    • Dana Richmond of Madison, 11/30/87, 1C
    • Dana Richmond tries for Miss USA, 2/8/88, 1C
  • Miss Mississippi, 1985
    • Nan Sumrall becomes: Akin wins Miss America, 9/16/85, 1A
    • Nan Sumrall crowned by Susan Akin, 10/18/85, 1B
  • Miss Mississippi, 1986
    • Professional coaches, 3/16/86, 1E
  • Miss Mississippi, 1987, 7/17/87, 1D
    • Miss Clinton sues, 1/10/87, 4B; 7/11/87, 1A; 7/13/87, 1B; 7/14/87, 1A; 7/15/87, 1B
    • Seawright ends her reign, 7/13/88, 1C
  • Miss Mississippi, 1988
    • Begins in Vicksburg, 7/12/88, 1D
    • Carla Haag named Miss Mississippi, 7/17/88, 1A
    • Carla Haag ready to retire crown, 7/13/89, 3E
    • Carla Haag without Snickers, 8/14/88, 1E
    • Haag approves cosmetic surgery, 9/10/88, 1A
    • Haag competes for Miss America, 9/8/88, 1C
    • Haag goes to Atlantic City, 9/7/88, 1C
    • Haag places in Top Ten, 9/11/88, 1A
    • Haag wins fest crown by a smile, 11/14/88, 1C
    • Haag won't say if had surgery, 9/10/88, 1A
    • Wins swimsuit honors, 9/9/88, 1D
    • Wyatt packs punch into hospitable year, 8/10/88, 1C
  • Miss Mississippi, 1989
    • Cherry Busby is named, 7/16/89, 1A; 7/18/89, 1D
    • Cherry Busby saying so long, 7/11/90, 1D
    • Forty contestants vying for title, 7/12/89, 1D; 7/15/89, 1B
  • Miss Mississippi, 1990
    • Beth Howell of Clinton is chosen, 7/10/91, 1D; 7/15/90, 1A; 7/16/90, 1D
    • Clinton welcomes Beth Howell, 7/30/90, 1A
    • Contestants gather in Vicksburg, 7/9/90, 1D
    • On Friday the 13th, looking for luck, 7/13/90, 1E
  • Miss Mississippi, 1991
    • Beth Howell ('90) has had maturing year, 7/10/91, 1D
    • Busbee and Taylor are award winners, 7/13/91, 1B
    • Contestants arrive in Vicksburg, 7/8/91, 1D
    • Contestants dress for success, 7/11/91, 1D
    • Hurdle is fourth runner-up in Miss America pageant, 9/15/91, 2B
    • Hurdle to give up crown, 7/7/92, 1D
    • Miss DSU, Miss MSU take honors, 7/12/91, 1B
    • Missy Hurdle preps for Atlantic City, 7/15/91, 1D
    • Missy Hurdle's wardrobe for pageant, 8/30/91, 1E
    • Officials say Vicksburg auditorium too small, 7/3/91, 1D
    • Persistence pays off: Missy Hurdle wins, 7/14/91, 1A
    • Preparing for pageant more sweat than glamour, 7/12/91, 1E
    • Veterans back for another try GET A LIFE!, 7/9/91 1D
    • Veterans Hurdle and Kea capture preliminary honors, 7/11/91, 1B
  • Miss Mississippi, 1992
    • 38 challengers gather, 7/6/92, 1D
    • Contestants' swimsuits are not for swimming, 7/8/92, 1D
    • Former Miss Mississippis appear at pageant, 7/10/92, 1E
    • Kandace Williams heads for Atlantic City, 9/4/92, 1E
    • Kandace Williams wins, 7/12/92, 1A
    • Kandace Williams' year wearing crown, 7/7/93, 1D
  • Miss Mississippi, 1992 SEE ALSO Williams, Kandance
  • Miss Mississippi, 1993
    • 38 hopefuls competing, 7/5/93, 1D
    • Competing for crown carries hefty price tag, 7/9/93, 1E
    • Dressed to impress in Atlantic City, 9/1/93, 1D
    • Lenena Holder looks back, 7/6/94, 1D
    • Lenena Holder wins crown, 7/11/93, 1A; 7/12/93, 1D; 7/23/93, 1A
  • Miss Mississippi, 1994
    • 39 have entered competition, 7/4/94, 1B
    • Becky Blouin wins, 7/10/94, 1A; 7/11/94, 1D
    • Blouin off to Atlantic City, 8/30/94, 2B, 1D
    • Blouin's 'trunk show', 8/28/94, 1E
    • Miss Mississippi Corp takes over leadership, 4/12/94, 3B
    • Vicksburg casinos part of pageant, 7/7/94, 1D
  • Miss Molly and the Whips
    • At Hal & Mal's, 10/21/93, 8E
  • Miss Teen USA
    • Bridgette Cain chosen, 11/30/92, 3B
    • Charlotte Lopez, 1994 winner, speaks in Jackson, 4/29/94, 3B
    • Coast still considers pageant a good bet, 8/7/93, 1A
    • In Biloxi, Janel Bishop of New Hampshire wins, 8/20/91, 1D
    • Jackson wants pageant if coast bows out, 9/26/92, 1B
    • Miss Mississippi wins, 7/22/87, 1A; 7/26/87, 1E; 7/27/87, 1A
    • Mississippi teen queen to pass down crown, 7/25/88, 1C
    • Pageant in Biloxi, 8/20/92, 3E
    • Pageant's last time on coast, 8/11/94, 8E
    • Storm interrupts contest; videotaping kept winner secret, 8/26/92, 9A
    • TV broadcast will omit dolphin scene, 7/15/90, 6B
  • Missing Children Search & Rescue Center
    • Investigation, 4/16/86, 1B
  • Missing persons, Aberdeen
    • Young man Jeff Harmon gone six years, 10/13/91, 4B
  • Missing persons, Biloxi
    • Body of woman found in pickup truck; Alabama man sought, 8/13/94, 2B
  • Missing persons, Carroll County
    • Harrison's body in car in pond since 1972, 5/10/93, 1A; 5/11/93, 1A
  • Missing persons, Carrollton
    • Relatives seek information on Felix White, 3/14/93, 3B
  • Missing persons, Claiborne County
    • Search on for Ike Harris, 1/7/92, 2B
  • Missing persons, Clarke County
    • Body may be Matthew Ivy---missing 6 months, 12/11/94, 6B
  • Missing persons, Clinton
    • Police seek identity of young man found on I-20, 8/30/92, 1B
  • Missing persons, Copiah County
    • Disappearance of 2 youths, 8/30/90, 2B; 9/2/90, 1B; 9/3/90, 4B
  • Missing persons, Grenada
    • 11-year old Karen Zhou, 6/13/94, 3B
  • Missing persons, Gulfport
    • Man Ola Ladner disappears in Bay St. Louis, 7/19/93, 3B
  • Missing persons, Hazlehurst
    • Monroe James, 83, wanders away from nursing home, 1/22/94, 3B
  • Missing persons, Hinds County
    • Children find woman's body in ravine, 11/24/92, 5B
    • Woman 'missing' turns up safe, 6/24/89, 3B
  • Missing persons, Indiana
    • South Bend man, 81, found in Laurel, 10/6/94, 3B
  • Missing persons, Jackson
    • Autopsy on body found near water plant, 6/21/94, 4B
    • Charles James Coleman, 4/11/93, 3B
    • Familty stills waits for word on Loritha Bazeman, 3/15/92, 3B
    • Laura Muse Hutchins, 12/20/87, 1B
    • Skull found near Pearl River, 4/9/92, 4B
    • Tips sought on man Jacob Ziegler, 11/8/94, 2B
    • TV program helps relocate Craig Davis, 2/12/94, 5B
    • Unidentified body found near Pocahontas, 2/14/94, 1B
    • Woman Patricia Hamilton found dazed in Amarillo, 10/7/93, 1B
  • Missing persons, Jackson SEE ALSO Murder, Jackson
  • Missing persons, Jasper County
    • Man, 86 years old, found alive, 5/10/93, 2B
  • Missing persons, Mississippi, 1/19/87, 1B
    • Listed, 6/30/85, 1A
  • Missing persons, Natchez
    • Body of Alabama woman Sue Carol Ford Todd found, 11/29/91, 5B
  • Missing persons, Petal
    • Blood found in Lee Freeman's car, 9/25/93, 3B
  • Missing persons, Ridgeland
    • Friend's dreams: police may search Reservoir for Bryant, 4/10/93, 1B
  • Missing persons, Scott County
    • Body of Alan Richard found, 12/11/94, 1A
  • Missing persons, Simpson County
    • Ards' body found on bank of Pearl River, 2/8/93, 2B
    • Cosherry Ards, 12/8/92, 3B; 12/13/92, 5B; 12/19/92, 3B
  • Missing persons, Tupelo
    • 13-year old Leigh Occhi, 9/2/92, 3B
    • Woman Jennifer Floyd missing since 1988, 4/15/91, 3B
  • Missing persons, Vicksburg
    • 3 HCC (Utica) students reported missing, 10/19/94, 4B; 10/20/94, 4B
    • 3 HCC college students found shot to death, 10/23/94, 1A
  • Missing persons, West Point
    • ID sought for body found in field, 8/9/94, 3B
  • Missing persons, Winston County
    • Earl Estes, 11/10/92, 3B; 11/29/92, 7B; 11/30/92, 3B
  • Missing persons, Yazoo City
    • Copter search for Polly Langley is fruitless, 10/20/93, 2B
  • Mission Fest '91
    • United Methodist youth helping poor, 6/29/91, 1D
  • Mission Fest '94
    • Reaching out to lend a hand, 8/6/94, 1D
  • Mission Mississippi
    • 7000 attend final rally in Jackson, 10/27/93, 4B
    • Dave Dravecky speaks to stadium crowd, 10/26/93, 1A
    • Group has mission of peace, 10/9/94, 1B; 10/19/94, 4B; 10/20/94, 4B
    • Group views film 'Mississippi Burning', 8/9/93, 3B
    • Jim Buck Ross joins crusade, 9/1/94, 4B
    • Mission is reconciliation, 10/16/93, 1D; 10/21/93, 2B; 10/25/93, 1A, 10/1/94, 1A
    • Religious organization promotes racial harmony, 1/16/93, 1D; 1/23/93, 1D
  • Missionaries
    • Beam family of Long Beach goes to Russia, 10/1/91, 1D
    • Knocking on doors in Jackson
      • Often met with abuse, 9/25/93, 1D
    • Lynda Bethea's death has not deterred volunteers, 4/27/91, 1D
    • Marshalls from Hero, Mississippi in Thailand, 7/8/91, 3B
    • Missionary couple to Ethiopia, 6/20/87, 1D
    • Teenager Brad Boatner killed in Honduras, 1/20/94, 1A; 1/21/94, 1A
    • Workshops on terrorism safety, 6/5/88, 1B
  • Missionary Baptists
    • Mississippi, 7/27/85, 1C
      • State convention in Jackson, 7/14/90, 1D
      • State convention in Natchez, 7/20/91, 1D; 7/24/91, 3B
  • Mississippi
    • 99 great things about Mississippi (Orley Hood), 7/8/90, 1E
    • Ad campaign as business location, 11/3/87, 8B
    • Best and Worst: Poll results, 11/20/87, 1F
    • Businesses
      • Boards of Directors
        • Pay toll for honor, 2/21/88, 1G
    • Collect more taxes in next fiscal year(87-88), 10/31/87, 3B
    • Computer ranks state least livable in nation, 3/9/92, 4A
    • Congressional Districts
      • Legislature may have to restructure coast, 1/27/88, 1B
    • Economy SEE Economy, Mississippi
    • Forest fires and the drought, 11/5/87, 1B
    • Great time to live here, says Fordice, 11/13/94, 2B
    • History
      • Mississippi: an Illustrated history, 10/31/86, 1D
      • Settler's daily journal, 8/28/88, 2F
    • Image in cinema subject of Millsaps program, 9/18/89, 1D
    • Industry
      • Largest project for '89 is $1.5 billion rocket motor plant, 1A; 1/1/89
    • Livability index ranks it 45th in nation, 10/7/91, 1B
    • Negative image years behind positive reality, Holladay says, 3/4/90, 1H
    • Only Positive Mississippi Spoken Here (program), 6/23/94, 1B
    • Products
      • Unusual items, 11/2/86, 1F
  • MISSISSIPPI
    • PROFILE: ACROSS THE STATE, 2/28/93, sections H,I,J,K
    • PROFILE: BUSINESS, AGRIBUSINESS, EDUCATION, QUALITY OF LIFE, 3/1/92, PARTS I-1V
  • Mississippi
    • Rated 48th of 50 states in health status, 8/8/90, 8A
    • Series traces contributions (Millsaps), 8/29/86, 1D
    • Signs of change during 1980s, 12/31/89, 1B, 8-9B
    • State goes against national trends, remains largely rural, 12/18/91, 5A
    • State image, 1/30/87, 3B
      • Rose and fell with '88 issues, 1A; 1/1/89
    • State jet
      • Planned sale, 7/6/86, 1A
      • Senate OKs House speaker, says president pro tem should fly, too, 3/4/89, 3B
    • State needs to do better job selling itself, German official says, 8/3/90, 6B
    • State of the state: 5 fastest growing cities, 2/27/94, 1I
    • State of the state: adult learning and adult education, 2/27/94, 3K
    • State of the state: brokers see LDDS as good investment, 2/27/94, 3J
    • State of the state: business incubators reduce failure rate, 2/27/94, 3J
    • State of the state: casinos offer opportunity for unemployed, 2/27/94, 3I
    • State of the state: churches relocate to accomodate congregations, 2/27/94, 2I
    • State of the state: defense cutbacks will affect industries, 2/27/94, 4I
    • State of the state: directory of festivals, 2/27/94, 11H
    • State of the state: directory of museums, 2/27/94, 6H
    • State of the state: early childhood education advocates, 2/27/94, 1K
    • State of the state: education reforms regaining momentum, 2/27/94, 4K
    • State of the state: exports could bail out cotton farmers, 2/27/94, 5J
    • State of the state: growth of private schools, 2/27/94, 2K
    • State of the state: Living and enjoying, 2/27/94, section H
    • State of the state: luring retirees, 2/27/94, 4I
    • State of the state: new oil and gas ventures, 2/27/94, 10J
    • State of the state: nurse practioners offset scarcity of physicians, 2/27/94, 13H
    • State of the state: Public Utilities Department employee Sharon Bufkin, 2/27/94, 1J
    • State of the state: SBA loans help entrepreneurs, 2/27/94, 1J
    • State of the state: state banks perform well nationally, 2/27/94, 7J
    • State of the state: tech-prep high schools, 2/27/94, 1K
    • State of the state: technology will boost agribusiness, 2/27/94, 4J
    • State of the state: top 10 private employers, 2/27/94, 2J
    • State of the state: tough environmental laws cost businesses, 2/27/94, 9J
    • State of the state: tourism in Mississippi, 2/27/94, 4H-5H
    • State of the state: TV classes broaden training, 2/27/94, 2K
    • State of the state: UMC budgets $83M for new facilities, 2/27/94, 3I
    • State officials
      • Fail to file income reports, 10/3/87, 1B
    • Supplement to Official & Statistical Register, 10/9/86, 1B
    • Survey says state not a good place to work, 9/3/90, 2B
    • Survey: college graduates think state lacks opportunity, 9/3/89, 2H
    • Tourism
      • Director, 1/25/87, 1G
    • Unemployment
      • Southwest Mississippi, 8/12/88, 8B
  • Mississippi 2000
    • State committee adds 2 goals to 6 national goals, 9/1/92, 4B
  • Mississippi 2020
    • Group has 2020 vision for state, 2/28/88, 1B
    • Moves into new offices, 11/18/94, 1E
    • Quality of Life Conference, 2/28/88, 1B; 2/29/88, 1B
    • Third annual Quality of Life Conference, 4/20/89, 1C
    • To stage musical, 12/31/87, Focus NE,p.1
    • Wilderness quest campout, 7/15/93, 1D
  • Mississippi Academy of Ancient Music
    • Has been haven for state's liberals, 12/17/89, 6B
    • Promotes Baroque music, 11/17/87, 1C
  • Mississippi Action for Progress
    • Childbirth Doula program, 2/6/94, 1B; 5/22/95, 1B
    • Employees indicted or fraud, 11/25/87, 4B
  • Mississippi Action Plan
    • Lawmakers' 10-year plan focusing on state's needs, 5/12/93, 2B
  • Mississippi Adequate Education Program
    • School-funding formula, 11/15/94, 3B
  • Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum SEE Agriculture and Forestry Museum
  • Mississippi Agriculture Week
    • Fordice has trouble milking cow at celebration, 3/18/94, 1A
  • Mississippi Agromedicine Program
    • Joint MSU/UMC program in rural health, 2/15/93, 1A
  • Mississippi Air National Guard SEE Air National Guard
  • Mississippi All-State Academic Team SEE Community colleges
  • Mississippi All-State Lions Band
    • International Competition, 7/6/95, 3B; 7/9/94, 1B; 7/15/94, 3B
  • Mississippi Alliance of State Employees
    • At state convention urged tax reform, 6/23/91, 3B
    • Fears Maximus takeover will spread privatization, 7/2/94, 3B
    • Marches to Capitol in support of tax increase, 3/24/92, 3B
    • Opposes Fordice job-cuts, 6/20/93, 1B
    • Seeks raise for state employees, 9/29/89, 1B
    • Using medical props to protest medical costs, 6/2/91, 4B
  • Mississippi Allies Network
    • Ady says educated labor force is key, 10/10/91, 5B
    • Coalition of state business and civic leaders, 8/15/90, 6B
    • Fortune Magazine editor Colvin bullish on economy, 4/16/91, 6B
  • Mississippi Ambassador
    • Poster/essay contest, 4/17/87, 1B
  • Mississippi American Christian Television System
    • Awards, 6/6/87, 1C
  • Mississippi Animal Rescue League
    • 25th anniversary celebrations, 9/8/94, 1D
    • Adopt-a-dog month, 10/1/86, 1B
    • Animals bought to save from lab, 8/13/86, 1A
    • Art auction to benefit, 5/20/90, 1F
    • Celebrates 10,000th neutering, 6/20/92, 4B
    • Decries bull castration by MSU football team, 9/13/92, 1B
    • Expects growth in calls during summer, 6/2/90, 5B
    • Files charges against owner; sponsor of animal act, 5/7/88, 1A
    • Flea market to raise funds, 8/18/89, 1E
    • No black cats to be adopted during Halloween season, 10/26/92, 1B
    • Nubbin, official shelter cat, is prizewinter, 8/9/93, 1D
    • Pets pose with Santa Claus at fund raiser, 12/5/93, 1B
    • Program of pets pictures with Santa Claus, 12/10/89, 1B
    • Reward offered for stolen puppies, 1/27/93, 2B
    • Rummage sale benefits spay/neuter program, 2/21/93, 1B
    • Seeks control of city shelter, 1/21/88, 1B
    • Sees decrease in number of animals left there, 8/9/93, 1D
  • Mississippi Animal Rescue League SEE ALSO Animal shelter
  • Mississippi Art Colony
    • Exhibit at Deposit Guaranty Plaza, 5/16/93, 1F
    • Show at Museum of Art, 12/10/89, 1
    • Show touring state, 5/17/92, 1F
  • Mississippi Arts Center
    • Parking lot plans unveiled, 4/14/88, 2B
  • Mississippi Arts Commission SEE Arts Commission
  • Mississippi Associated Builders & Contractors
    • Awards given for construction, 11/25/88, 8B
  • Mississippi Association for Children with Learning Disabilities
    • Conference, 10/20/88, 3B
  • Mississippi Association for Family and Community Education
    • Training grant, 4/6/94, 3B
  • Mississippi Association for Gifted Children
    • 20th annual conference, 10/21/94, 5B
  • Mississippi Association for Home Care
    • Care Giver of the Year Odell Gilmore, 10/5/94, 1D
  • Mississippi Association of Convenience Stores
    • Fights crime in its member stores, 10/25/94, 1B
  • Mississippi Association of Cooperatives
    • Annual meeting in Jackson, 4/9/94, 5B
  • Mississippi Association of Educators
    • Again backs Moore as attorney general, 6/30/91, 2B
    • Annual meeting is in Jackson, 3/9/92, 2B; 3/10/92, 4B
    • Backs Mabus for governor, 7/19/91, 3B
    • Endorse Gore and Jackson, 2/9/88, 2B
    • Endorses Harper over Dye for lieutenant governor, 8/23/91, 2B
    • Honors Mabus for reform fight, 3/14/90, 4B
    • Innovative school districts offered $5,000 grant, 1/19/89; 2B
    • Joyce Arceneaux of Natchez is director, 6/11/91, 4B
    • Mabus is keynote speaker, 3/15/94, 1B
    • Mabus is recommended, 6/18/87, 1B
    • Mabus turns speech into campaign rally, 3/12/91, 1B
    • Members march on Capitol opposing budget cuts, 3/11/92, 3B
    • Picks Arkansas man as new head, 5/12/89, 3B
    • Re-elects current president (Peggy Peterson), 4/10/89, 3B
    • To lobby, 11/13/87, 1B
    • Wants repeal of 1985 law banning teacher strikes, 12/18/90, 4B
  • Mississippi Association of School Administrators
    • Honors Dulin, Fortenberry and Hunt, 10/27/92, 4B
    • Johnson is vice president, 11/10/92, 4B
  • Mississippi Association of School Psychologists
    • Meeting in Jackson, 10/6/92, 4B
  • Mississippi Association of State Employees, 10/26/87, 1B; 10/27/87, 1B
  • Mississippi Association of Supervisors
    • Black supervisors push for power, 7/23/88, 8A
    • Blacks criticize, 9/7/87, 1A
    • Dues raised by 50%, 7/23/88, 1A
  • Mississippi Association on Children Under Six
    • Meets in Jackson, 10/22/92, 2B
  • Mississippi Athletic Commission SEE Athletic Commission
  • Mississippi Attorney General SEE Attorney General
  • Mississippi Bank
    • At trial McMullan defends lavish expenditures, 5/3/91, 2B
    • Blake pleads innocent in case
      • 12/12/87, 1A
    • Failure fading from notice, 5/11/86, 1G
    • Judge dismisses 5 charges, 4/20/88, 8B
    • Judge says Chicago insurer must cover claims against bank, 6/29/91, 1B
    • Lawsuit against directors goes to trial in Jackson, 4/24/91, 1B
    • Pleads "no contest" in offers to accept bribes, 4/27/88, 8B
  • Mississippi Bankers Association
    • ABA president Dick Kirk is speaker, 5/12/91, 1C
    • Annual convention in Panama City Beach, Florida, 5/13/94, 8B
    • Convention in Biloxi, 5/18/90, 6B
    • Moves convention to Florida, 5/11/91, 5B; 12/4/90, 7B
  • Mississippi Banking Commissioner
    • Thomas Wright, 9/18/88, 1G
  • Mississippi Baptist Convention SEE ALSO Baptists
  • Mississippi Baptist Convention, 1986
    • Conservative takeover, 11/15/86, 1C
    • Frank Gunn elected president, 11/12/86, 1B
  • Mississippi Baptist Convention, 1987
    • Budget, 11/14/87, 1C
    • Chooses leader, 11/11/87, 3B
  • Mississippi Baptist Convention, 1988
    • Kelly to retire as executive director, 12/7/88, 1B
  • Mississippi Baptist Convention, 1989
    • Convention works on budget shortfall, 11/14/89, 1B
    • Convention's benefit to Jackson economy, 11/14/89, 1B
    • Forsees $1 Million shortfall, 8/26/89, 1D
    • Holds 154th session in Jackson, 11/11/89, 1D
    • President says Baptists must stress evangelism, 11/15/89, 2B
    • Rejects Mabus' request to speak, 11/15/89, 1A
    • William Causey elected head, 4/22/89, 1D
  • Mississippi Baptist Convention, 1990
    • Budget will top agenda, 11/10/90, 1C; 11/13/90, 3B
    • Leader urge Christianity over politics, 11/14/90, 3B
    • Move to keep colleges out of factional dispute, 11/15/90, 2B
  • Mississippi Baptist Convention, 1991
    • Annual convocation in Jackson, 11/9/91, 1D
    • Walley is new president, 11/13/91, 1A
  • Mississippi Baptist Convention, 1992
    • Bible-reading at Capitol, 2/29/92, 1D
    • Conservative speaker Adrian Rogers, 10/10/92, 1D
    • Family enrichment literature and training, 10/31/92, 1D
    • Promises statewide fight against lottery, 11/12/92, 1B
    • State ministers support ban on gays, 6/13/92, 3B
  • Mississippi Baptist Convention, 1993
    • Pascagoulan Rex Yancey is new president, 11/17/93, 1A
  • Mississippi Baptist Convention, 1994
    • Flap over Mississippi College trustees, 11/2/94, 3B
    • Funds MC; sells Clarke College, 11/3/94, 1B
    • Mississippi College on agenda, 11/1/94, 1D; 11/2/94, 3B
  • Mississippi Baptist Medical Center
    • Acquires Central Mississippi Health Care at Home, 11/24/94, 5B
    • Bernard the puppet, 3/27/92, 1E
    • Building goes on site of old Hospital, 9/21/85, 8B
    • Cancer HelpLink, 1/25/94, 3B
    • City Council urges it to continue to deliver babies, 3/28/90, 1A
    • Fights mandate to prove service to poor, minorities, 4/13/94, 1B
    • Mobile Cardiac Care Unit, 8/20/92, 4B
    • Mother/Daughter Seminar, 3/10/90, 1D
    • Offers valet parking service, 1/7/88, 1D
    • Outpatient diabetes program wins national praise, 1/18/92, 4B
    • Pre-conception counseling for couples, 1/27/94, 1D
    • SEE ALSO River Oaks Hospital---Birthing center...
    • Sleep clinic, 5/29/94, 1E
    • To stop delivering babies, 3/1/90, 1A; 4/9/90, 1A
    • Waiting room volunteers, 6/27/92, 1D
    • Wants to close area streets to prevent crime, 12/15/94, 4B
    • Will continue to deliver babies, 9/30/91, 1B
    • Work with pregnancies, 7/5/88, 1B
  • Mississippi Baptist Medical Center SEE ALSO Baptist/Richland Primary Care Center
  • Mississippi Baptist Orphanage
    • Alumni have reunion, 8/14/94, 1B
  • Mississippi Baptist Seminary
    • Accreditation, 10/4/86, 1C
    • Celebrates 47 years of training, 2/25/89, 1C
    • Chicago's Thompson Singers to sing benefit, 5/26/90, 1D
    • Southern Baptist phase out support, 4/30/88, 1C
  • Mississippi Bar Association
    • Bill would require them to hold meeting in state, 3/21/91, 2B
    • Law-Related Education Center, 5/7/91, 4B
    • May return its convention to Mississippi coast, 11/26/94, 3B
    • Wants more open discipline of lawyers, 6/7/88, 1B
  • Mississippi Bearings Inc
    • Bought by Miller Bearings Inc (Tampa), 6/14/94, 6B
  • Mississippi Bird Club Ltd
    • Bird lovers flocking together, 4/9/93, 1E
  • Mississippi Blood Services
    • Blood drive at Northpark Mall, 11/26/94, 1B
    • Dismissed as defendant in AIDS suit, 2/14/89, 3B
    • Looking for July 4th holiday blood donors, 7/4/91, 3B
    • Program in schools, 1/5/93, 4B
    • Seeks more black donors, 9/23/89, 5B
  • Mississippi Blood Services SEE AlSO Blood
  • Mississippi Blue Cross SEE Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi
  • Mississippi Blueberry Jubilee Storytelling Festival
    • Poplarville, 6/10/93, 3E
  • Mississippi Blues Commission
    • NEA grant will pay for brochure, 11/12/91, 3B
  • Mississippi Bluesman Sunglasses
    • Entrepreneur Al Underwood, 2/23/94, 1A
  • Mississippi Board of Animal Health
    • SEE Board of Animal Health
  • Mississippi Board of Corrections SEE Board of Corrections
  • Mississippi Board of Cosmetology SEE Board of Cosmetology
  • Mississippi Board of Economic Development SEE Board of Economic Development
  • Mississippi Board of Education SEE Board of Education
  • Mississippi Broadcasters Association
    • Awards, 6/15/87, 3B
  • Mississippi Broiler Festival
    • Forest celebration, 5/30/91, 7E
    • In Forest, 6/2/94, 8E; 6/3/93, 9E
    • Marty Stuart headlines '92 show, 6/4/92, 6E
  • Mississippi budget, 1986
    • State may be $10 M ahead for 1986, 7/2/86, 1A
    • State saw mild economic growth in 1986, 7/13/86, 1A
  • Mississippi budget, 1987
    • $40 Million added to budget, 4/9/86, 1A
    • Allain publishes simplified version, 12/22/84, 1A
    • Allain's budget unveiled, 11/16/85, 1A
    • Breakdown of where tax dollars come from, 12/30/85, 1A
    • Fiscal board warns state agencies to prepare for cuts, 10/4/85, 1A
    • Legislative panel unveils budget plan, 12/17/85, 1A
    • Panel slashes $47 M from state budget, 11/7/85, 1A
    • Problems continue into election year, 12/29/86, 1A+
    • Ross project among suggested cuts, 11/22/85, 1A
    • Tax hike may be called for due to cuts, 2/23/86, 1A
  • Mississippi budget, 1988
    • Allows for little agency growth, 11/18/86, 1A
    • Budget panel stops short of tax hike, 11/22/86, 1A
    • Cost cuts OK'd, 4/5/86, 1A
    • House leaders propose cuts of $120 M, 3/13/86, 1A
    • Layoffs likely after legislative session ends in deadlock, 6/1-2/86, 1A
    • Legislators in deadlock over tax increase, 3/26/86, 1A
    • Legislators look for options to financial crisis, 3/16/86, 1A
    • Panel recommends state agencies trim $15.6 M, 1/22/86, 1A
    • Panel slashes $25.5 M (Itemized budget), 1/10/86, 1A
    • Senate panel adds tax-hike plan to House budget package, 3/28/86, 1A
  • Mississippi budget, 1989, 4/12/87, 18A
    • Ed Pittman on budget excess, 7/3/87, 1B
    • State to have $1.8 Billion to spend in '89, 10/29/88, 1B
  • Mississippi budget, 1990
    • Budget over-load may dent teacher pay plan, 3/27/88, 1A
    • Mabus budget gives teachers $3,700 raise, 1/21/88, 1A
    • Proposal wants $101 Million for building improvements, 1A; 1/4/89
    • Schools, economy focus of budget, 11/16/88, 1A
    • Year starts with $39 million surplus, 7/8/88, 3B
  • Mississippi budget, 1991
    • Fiscal forecast fair, budget snug, 1B; 1/6/89
  • Mississippi budget, 1992
    • 2.8% rise for 1992 a 'going-backwards budget', 11/19/91, 1B
    • Corporate tax shortfall may necessitate cuts, 8/7/90, 1B
    • Education officals lament crisis, fear additional cuts, 11/18/90, 2B
    • Grand Gulf tax settlement prevents large shortfall, 7/28/90, 1B
    • Lawmakers: Mabus' inaction will necessitate spending cuts, 12/6/90, 1B
    • Leaders wrangle as deficit grows (analysis), 2/25/90, 1B
    • Legislative appropriations committees meet early, 12/3/90, 1B
  • MISSISSIPPI BUDGET, 1992
    • LEGISLATIVE PLAN WOULD CUT COLLEGE FUNDING, 11/27/90, 1A
  • Mississippi budget, 1992
    • Legislators deny they plan to cut education funds, 11/21/90, 1A
    • Legislators see massive layoffs in wake of budget problems, 9/20/90, 2B
    • Looks fine on paper, but where's the money?, 2/11/90, 1B
    • Mabus and legislators meet, try to bury hatchet, 12/7/90, 2B
    • Mabus budget looking at $8.2 Million in cuts, 8/30/90, 1A, 1B
    • Mabus calls for hiring freeze on state jobs, 11/27/90, 1A
    • Mabus does not expect anymore '91 budget cuts, 3/27/91, 1A
    • Mabus exempts education, public safety from any cutbacks, 8/18/90, 3B
    • Mabus foresees no layoffs in budget crunch, 8/29/90, 1B
    • Mabus hopes to spare schools in budget cuts, 11/2/90, 1B
    • Mabus must cut state budget by $105 Million, 11/1/90, 1A
    • Mabus pleads for educators' aid in dilemma, 11/15/90, 1A
  • MISSISSIPPI BUDGET, 1992
    • MABUS REVEALS BUDGET BLUEPRINT, 11/15/90, 3B; 11/16/90, 1A
  • Mississippi budget, 1992
    • Mabus says in face of shortfall, state lacks goals, 11/23/90, 1B
    • Mabus says no tax increases, no budget summit, 10/25/90, 1B
    • Mabus says prioritizing needed to keep budget in line, 11/9/90, 2B
    • Mabus says state faces further cuts, 10/2/90, 1A
    • Mabus slashes $15Million from state budget, 1/16/91, 1A
    • Mabus slashes $20 Million from state budget, 11/6/90, 1A
    • Mabus's cuts leave agencies bleeding, 11/18/90, 1A
    • May face $92Million deficit, 2/14/90, 1B
    • McCoy's simple budget plan holds hope for solvency, 1/20/91, 1H
    • McElvaine: we pays for services cut by federal government, 12/23/90, 1H
    • Other governors before Mabus have faced budget crisis, 11/18/90, 1A
    • Proposal would have state workers forfeit holiday pay, 3/26/91, 1A
    • Senate devising funding plan; $17M in cuts still on track, 1/30/91, 1B
    • Senate tackles state's money woes, 2/11/91, 1B; 2/12/91, 1A; 2/14/91, 2B
    • Senator Gordon: state spending must be cut by $45 Million, 3/17/90, 1B
    • Shortfall may lead to layoffs in 1990-91, 9/14/90, 1A
    • Shortfall of $105M may face Mabus, lawmakers, 10/23/90, 1B
    • Shortfall of $7 Million puts program funding at risk, 7/10/90, 1A
    • Shortfalls may shorten school week to 4 days, 10/11/90, 1A
    • State's dive into fiscal disaster was predicted, but ignored, 10/7/90, 3H
    • To solve stalemate, rhetoric must end, 12/2/90, 1H
  • MISSISSIPPI BUDGET, 1993
    • $12 MILLION SHORTFALL COULD FORCE FORDICE TO MAKE MAJOR CUTS, 2/1/92, 1A
  • Mississippi budget, 1993
    • 1992 Legislature faces failing revenues, 11/24/91, 1G
    • Bill: lawmakers must leave 2% of funds unallocated, 1/29/92, 2B
  • MISSISSIPPI BUDGET, 1993
    • BRIGGS TO WORK ON SCHOOL FUNDING STABILIZATION, 2/22/92, 1A
  • Mississippi budget, 1993
    • Budget crisis major problem for 1991 legislature, 1/6/91, 1A
    • Cuts for 1993 may be even deeper, 2/16/92, 1B
    • Cuts may affect state jobs, 2/8/92, 1A; 2/11/92, 1A
    • Educators want schools spared from budget cuts, 1/4/91, 1B
    • Fordice expected to veto parts of 1993 appropriations, 5/5/92, 1B
    • Fordice sees money crisis as 'overwhelming', 1/17/92, 1A
    • Fordice's 1993 budget 'full of holes,' analyst says, 3/13/92, 1A
    • Fordice's cuts could jeopardize school lunch programs, 3/16/92, 1A
    • Furloughs for state workers possible as crisis worsens, 2/18/92, 1A
    • House panel begins work on revenue bill, 3/11/91, 3B
    • House revenue bill dies, 4/1/92, 1B
  • MISSISSIPPI BUDGET, 1993
    • HOUSE SURVEY SHOWS NO SUPPORT FOR TAX INCREASE, 2/12/92, 1A
  • Mississippi budget, 1993
    • In election year Legislature leery of tax hike, 2/4/91, 1B
    • Layoffs of state workers unlikely, 4/3/91, 1A
    • Legislature's late $10M windfall stuns state agencies, 3/31/91, 1A
    • Mabus budget ax looms for public schools, 1/10/91, 1A
    • Mabus endorses use of reserve fund: 'rainy day has arrived', 2/27/91, 1A
    • Money is all gone, Legislative leaders say, 9/27/91, 3B; 9/28/91, 1B
    • More cuts seen: state $50 million in debt, 1/22/92, 1A
    • More efficiency seen as ultimate result of cutbacks, 2/20/92, 1A
    • No long-term solutions visible in Capitol halls, 1/26/92, 1G (analysis)
  • MISSISSIPPI BUDGET, 1993
    • NONE SPARED AS FORDICE CUTS SPENDING, 2/11/92, 1A
    • PICTURE LOOKING BETTER, 9/25/92, 1A
    • REVISED PROPOSAL COULD ELIMINATE 831 TEACHERS, 2/19/92, 1A
  • Mississippi budget, 1993
    • Schools bear larger burden in cuts: $24M seen, 6/12/91, 2B
    • Schools bearing brunt of newest cuts, 6/22/91, 1A
    • Senate works on 'rainy day' fund for lean times, 2/5/92, 2B
  • MISSISSIPPI BUDGET, 1993
    • SHORTFALL WORSE THAN EXPECTED; STATE STAGGERING, 2/4/92, 1A; 2/6/92, 1a
  • Mississippi budget, 1993
    • State agencies fearing additional cuts, 3/25/91, 3B
    • Ups and downs of funding for education, 1/1/92, 1A, 15A
  • MISSISSIPPI BUDGET, 1993
    • WHY IS THERE A CRISIS? HERE ARE FOUR FACTORS, 12/31/91, 7A
  • Mississippi budget, 1994
    • $130 million more than expected, 2/4/93, 1B; 2/6/93, 1A; 2/9/93, 1A
    • Black legislators want to reprioritize spending, 11/9/92, 1A
    • Equity budget proposed by black legislators, 12/23/92, 1A
    • Fordice begins efficiency move for 1994 budget, 6/12/92, 2B
    • Fordice unveils $2 Billion plan, 11/19/92, 1B
    • Fordice would cut bureaucracies; give funds to education, 3/11/92, 3B
    • Frugality should finance raises for state employees, 11/10/92, 1A
    • Legislators' compromise will prevent teacher layoffs, 5/3/92, 1B
    • Legislature may use special fund for hard-hit agencies, 2/25/92, 1B
    • Patterson calls for 'entrepreneurial spirit', 11/26/92, 3B
  • Mississippi Budget, 1994
    • Possible surplus elates officials, 12/25/93, 7B
  • Mississippi budget, 1994
    • State's finances in good shape, treasurer says, 5/13/92, 3B
  • Mississippi budget, 1995
    • $56 Million special emergency fund passes House, 2/17/94, 1B
  • Mississippi Budget, 1995
    • Balooning expenditures: Fordice may veto bill, 3/26/94, 3B
  • Mississippi budget, 1995
    • Fordice plan: Tax break, cuts in spending, 11/12/93, 1A
    • Fordice's $2Billion plan 'not prudent', 11/14/93, 3G (Minor column)
  • Mississippi Budget, 1995
    • Fordice's budget is opening of 1995 governor's race, 11/21/93, 3I (Salter)
  • Mississippi budget, 1995
    • Legislators propose $2.5Billion 'equity budget', 12/22/93, 1B
    • Surplus: Cut taxes (Kirk Fordice opinion), 2/13/94, 1G
    • Surplus: extend services (Charles Shepphard opinion), 2/13/94, 1G
    • Surplus: Tax rebate (Tim Ford opinion), 2/13/94, 1G
  • Mississippi Budget, 1995
    • Teacher pay raises included, 3/28/94, 1A
  • Mississippi budget, 1996
    • Surplus seen, but tax cut uncertain, 11/18/94, 9A
  • Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics SEE Bureau of Narcotics
  • Mississippi Burning (film)
    • Civil rights activists will tell story film didn't, 4/20/89, 3B
    • Don't torch it without viewing it, 1C; 1/10/89
    • Ex-Neshoba County sheriff seeks retraction from producers, 1A; 1/31/89
    • Ex-Neshoba sheriff sues film makers for $8 million, 2/22/89, 1B
    • FBI agents involved in '64 probe praise movie, 1A; 1/11/89
    • Film a hit in South Africa, 6/11/89, 1H
    • Film may not show in Philadelphia, 1A; 1/11/89
    • Film steams slain activists brother, 1B; 1/19/89
    • Film will show in Philadelphia, 1A; 1/11/89
    • Has quiet run in Philadelphia, 5/20/89, 3B
    • Is it history or fiction?, 1F; 1/11/89
    • Lights torch for dramatic inferno (review), 1C; 1/12/89
    • Mabus douses fires in nation's capital, 12/4/88, 6B
    • Mike Espy's comments on film, 1/15/89; 2H
    • Mission Mississippi views film, 8/9/93, 3B
    • Moviegoers say film gives state a bad image, 1A; 1/14/89
    • Mrs. Medgar Evers: Film not accurate portrayal, 1/16/89; 4B
    • Premiere sparks debate on state's progress, 12/3/88, 1A
    • Research Conf. on the Experiences of Black Mississippians, 4/23/89, 1B
    • Separate fact from fiction in "Burning," 1C; 1/13/89
    • Shows only in Jackson when it debuts in state, 1/11/89; 3B
    • Son says lawyer didn't take FBI payoff in 1964, 1A; 1/5/89
    • State reactions aired on "Nightline," 1B; 1/16/89
    • State spent $20,062 to quell fires from "Burning," 1B; 2/4/89
  • Mississippi Business All-Stars
    • 1991
      • Reed, King, Catchings, McCarty, Lewis inducted, 11/22/91, 5B
  • Mississippi Business Connection
    • Toll-free hotline, 7/10/85, 8B
  • Mississippi Business Corporation Act of '87
    • New forms to update records, 12/10/87, 14B
  • Mississippi Business Expo '94
    • Cassie Seifert is speaker, 1/20/94, 5B
  • Mississippi Business Finance Corp
    • Financing arm of the DECD, 8/15/92, 5B
  • Mississippi Business Hall of Fame
    • Bryan, Brunini, Whitehead honored, 4/18/93, 1C; 5/4/93, 6B
    • Chain, Hunt and Reed inducted, 3/27/94, 1C; 4/27/94, 5B
    • Fortune Magazine editor James Hayes is banquet speaker, 5/5/93, 5B
    • Irby, McRae, Seal inducted, 4/12/92, 2C; 5/12/92, 6B
    • McCarty, Sanderson and Sister Therese Uhll elected, 4/7/91, 5G
  • Mississippi Business Journal
    • Changes format, 4/19/86, 8B; 7/16/86, 8B
  • Mississippi Business Today
    • Weekly ETV program, 10/2/94, 1C
  • Mississippi Championship Hot Air Balloon Fest
    • In Canton, 7/1/95, 4B; 7/2/95, 1B; 7/3/94, 1B
  • Mississippi Chemical Corp
    • Amonia-producing plant in Thailand, 12/15/94, 5B
    • Dunn elected CEO, 10/31/92, 6B
    • Goes public, 6/29/94, 5B; 8/6/94, 7B
    • New construction to cut emissions at Yazoo City plant, 5/19/91, 2C
    • Newsprint mill pulls down profits, 9/21/90, 6B
    • Newsprint venture, 9/27/87, 1G; 9/30/87, 8B
    • Plan to cut air emissions, 7/20/93, 5B
    • Public offering of 720,000 additional shares, 9/7/94, 8B
    • Reports $46.9 Million annual profit, 10/3/89, 6B
    • Seeks to become public company, 6/26/94, 1C, 3C
    • To restructure, 4/30/87, 8B
    • To sell Pascagoula plant, 4/8/88, 7B
    • Wants to sell subsidiary Newsprint South, 6/26/94, 1C
    • Yazoo City
      • To lose 92 workers, 1/14/88, 8B
  • Mississippi Chemical Corp SEE ALSO Newsprint South
  • Mississippi Children's Advocacy Center SEE Children's Advocacy Center
  • Mississippi Children's Cancer Clinic
    • Candlelighter's Art Calendar, 10/1/92, 1D
    • Dr.Jeanette Pullen driving force, 3/12/91, 1D
    • Ground broken for facility, 8/31/89, 2B
    • Jackson students to help fund clinic, 2/6/89, 1A
    • Opens in Jackson, 5/16/91, 1B
    • Students donate $14,000 as fund nears $2M, 6/6/89, 1B
  • Mississippi Children's Choir
    • Performs at Jubilee Jam, 1992; has album coming out, 5/16/92, 1D
    • To release 2nd album, 3/12/94, 1D
  • Mississippi Children's Fund SEE Bingo, Columbus
  • Mississippi Children's Home Society
    • Grant from Kellogg Foundation, 7/23/93, 1B
    • Home provides gift of children, 11/16/87, 1A
    • Psychiatric treatment center, 4/14/92, 3B
    • Raises money to attend conference in Canada, 5/20/92, 1D
    • Sizzlin' Country benefit at Rodeo's, 11/14/94, 1D
  • Mississippi Children's Rehabilitation Center
    • Profile, 12/26/85, 1B
  • Mississippi Church Women United SEE Church Women United
  • Mississippi Citizen Bee
    • State winner is Elizabeth Parks, 4/25/93, 1B
  • Mississippi Citizens for Decency
    • Wants obscenity law enforced, 6/19/87, 1B
  • Mississippi Clean Indoor Air Act
    • Subcommittee hears testimony, 2/25/88, 1A
  • Mississippi Coast SEE Gulf Coast
  • Mississippi Coast Fair & Expo
    • Annual extravaganza, 5/14/92, 6E; 5/16/91, 3E
    • In Biloxi, 5/20/93, 3E
    • Steppenwolf and Bocephus perform, 5/17/90, 3E; 5/24/90, 14E
  • Mississippi Cola, 4/7/87, 8B
  • Mississippi Coliseum
    • Hinds County will no longer haul dirt for horse shows, 8/22/92, 1B
    • Other cities use computerized ticket sales, 4/17/92, 1E
    • Proposal to change color of, 9/13/85, 1A
    • Repainting?, 2/25/93, 1A; 2/26/93, 1B; 2/28/93, 3G; 3/5/93, 1D; 3/18/93, 1A
  • Mississippi College
    • $1 Million grant for biology studies, science teaching, 10/5/94, 1B
    • Art Department professors: faith in art, 3/27/93, 1D
    • Aven Little Theater presents 'Shadowlands', 2/17/94, 3E
    • Black History celebration, 1994, 2/10/94, 4B
    • Black student Donetta McCullum is homecoming queen, 10/22/93, 1A
    • Board of Trustees: diversity is goal, 9/23/94, 1B; 10/8/94, 5B; 10/22/94, 5B
    • Channel 51 application, 2/11/87, 8B
    • Cheerleaders win Division II national championship, 6/1/93, 1B
    • Commencement, 5/17/87, 3B
    • Cookbook 'With Special Distinction' published, 10/27/93, 1E
    • Fire in Nelson Hall, 3/10/93, 4B
    • Football program hit with NCAA sanctions, 1/13/93, 1A
    • Hurt of MC law school is candidate for presidency, 11/30/93, 5B
    • In book exchange with Soviet universities, 9/14/90, 6B
    • Its Common Sense Scholarship, 4/22/91, 2B
    • Jerry Clower helps raise money the Naturals, 4/22/92, 1D
    • Nobles resigns amid investigation, 8/5/93, 1A; 8/6/93, 1B
    • Offers adult education classes at Northpark Mall, 6/5/91, 1D; 7/5/91, 1B
    • Officials start search for Nobles' replacement, 8/17/93, 1A
    • Operates WSLI-AM by way of an LMA, 7/19/92, 1C
    • Power failure in Nelson Hall during orientation, 8/27/91, 5B
    • President Todd scrupulous on finances, 9/7/94, 3B
    • Presidential vacancy drawing applicants, 2/2/94, 4B; 9/1/93, 4B; 10/31/93, 4B
    • Refused space for parking lot by city of Clinton, 11/21/90, 3B
    • Security officer charged in DUI, 4/9/90, 1B; 4/10/90, 5B
    • Shortwave radio links missionary families, 12/19/92, 1D
    • South Dakota educator is top candidate for presidency, 3/12/94, 1A; 3/15/94, 1A
    • Students support Rory Lee for president, 9/2/93, 1B
    • Sues Omnibank over Nobles' accounts, 9/8/93, 1A
    • Summer missions flier offensive to blacks, some claim, 10/7/93, 1A; 10/14/93, 1A
    • Trustee flap at Mississippi Baptist Convention, 11/2/94, 3B
    • Trustees begin search for Nobles' replacement, 12/9/93, 1B
    • Vows tight control over donations after Nobles affair, 8/13/93, 1B
    • Wins NCAA Division II football championship, 12/10/89, 1A
  • Mississippi College SEE ALSO Nobles, Lewis
  • Mississippi College School of Law
    • Alumnus J.Richard Hurt named head, 3/23/91, 1B
    • Dean Alton Harvey retires, 4/18/91, 4B
  • Mississippi Collegiate Art Competition
    • Pottery, sculpture, photography take top prizes, 3/24/91, 1F
  • Mississippi Commission for International Cultural Exchange
    • Jack Kyle, director, 5/29/94, 1B
  • Mississippi Commission on National and Community Service
    • Faith and Families, 11/9/94, 1D
  • Mississippi Commission on National Community Service
    • SEE ALSO AmeriCorps
  • Mississippi Committee for the Prevention of Child Abuse
    • Bingo license, 3/16/93, 1B; 3/17/93, 1A; 3/18/93, 1B
  • Mississippi Community Alert Patrol SEE M-CAP
  • Mississippi Community and Junior College Economic Developemnt Foundation
    • SEE MCJCEDF
  • Mississippi Community Foundation
    • SEE Mississippi Freedom Summer Homecoming
  • Mississippi Community Service Commission
    • Matching money, know-how with community needs, 3/21/94, 1B
  • Mississippi Comprehensive Health Insurance Risk Pool Association, 1/18/92, 5B; 3/22/93, 1B
  • Mississippi Conference of Black Mayors
    • Endorses Jackson, 2/24/88, 2B
  • Mississippi Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
    • Held in Jackson, 4/8/89, 1B
  • Mississippi Connection Songwriting Contest
    • Larry Dunlap of Jackson is winner, 8/10/92, 1D
  • Mississippi Consortium for International Development
    • Peruvian visitors, 8/5/94, 5B
  • Mississippi Constitution
    • Activists say 1890 version hinders educ., 8/5/86, 1B
    • Amemdment's rejection blamed on lack of trust, 6/22/89, 3B
    • Amendment could ease reform, 5/28/89, 1A
    • Amendment could speed reform of Constitution, 6/18/89, 1A; 6/21/89, 1A
    • Amendment to limit supervisors--1990 ballot, 11/4/90, 1A
    • Amendments won't stop call for convention, 1/15/88, 2B
    • And blacks, 2/15/87, 3G
    • Bid for closed meetings shot down, 1/11/86, 1A
    • Bill dealt fatal blow, 5/6/88, 1A
    • Bill Waller article, 1/10/88, 1H
    • Business amendments to update law, 11/2/87, 1B
    • Celebrating 100th birthday, time for a rewrite, 11/11/90, 1H
    • Chairman against convention, 1/19/88, 1A
    • Citizens debate pros, cons of rewrite, 2/3/88, 1B
    • Citizens' right to redo document not on any agenda, 12/3/89, 3H
    • Coalition, 1/11/87, 1B
    • Colleges in costly competition, 1/17/88, 17A
    • Committee to hold hearings on changing through amendments, 6/29/89, 3B
    • Convention defeat, 3/13/87, 1A
    • Coroners, 1/17/88, 1H
    • Corruption and abuse, 1/17/88, 1A
    • Deadline nearing, 3/8/87, 1A
    • Economic development hindered, 1/10/88, 1A,1G,1H
    • Editorial, 2/2/87, 4H; 2/19/87, 8A; 3/5/87, 6A
    • Ethics clause OK'd, 9/25/86, 1B
    • Farmers oppose rewrite, 2/16/88, 1A
    • Ford: Lack of blacks on Committee oversight, 1/16/88, 3B
    • Fordice says it's due a rewrite, 1/16/93, 1A
    • Group: Blacklist opponents of reform, 7/29/86, 1B
    • Gun owners' ads warn against convention, 4/19/88, 1A
    • History, 1/3/88, 1H; 7/20/86, 1H
    • House action, 2/13/87, 1A
    • House panel, 1/28/87, 1A
    • House panel again rejects, 3/4/87, 1A
    • House seeks Constitution referendum, 1/14/88, 1A
    • Humanities grant to study Constitution, 12/31/88, 1B
    • Legal group urges overhaul, 5/9/86, 1B
    • Legislative action, 1/19/87, 1A
    • Limits on legislature chiefs urged, 4/22/86, 1A
    • Mabus still looks to modernize, 10/25/89, 3B
    • Mississippi Economic Council proposes 60 admendments, 1/19/88, 1B
    • Mock convention gives governor appointive powers, 7/23/94, 1B; 7/24/94, 1B
    • Moore says racism squelched voter referendum in 1922, 6/26/90, 1B
    • New plan for initiating amendments approved, 8/7/93, 3B
    • No special session, 3/12/87, 1B
    • Panel to meet, 12/6/86, 1B
    • Panel urges judicial changes, 7/25/86, 1B
    • Panel urges rewrite, 12/19/86, 1A
    • Panel: Limit judicial offices to lawyers, 5/6/86, 1A
    • Panel: Strengthen College Board, 3/15/86, 1A
    • Panel:Speaker's role should be weakened, 7/10/86, 1A
    • Petition drive falls short, 8/9/88, 1B
    • Petition drive may have to go to court, 7/8/88, 3B
    • Petitioners want referendum in constitution, 8/1/88, 1B
    • Poll: 66% in favor of, 10/8/86, 1B
    • Proposed amendments
      • Vote Nov.3, 11/1/87, 1B
      • Voting results, 11/4/87, 7B
    • Proposed amendments:ethics,tax assessment, 6/1/86, 1A
    • Referendum, 1/16/87, 1B; 1/23/87, 1A
    • Referendums for amendments, 5/31/86, 1A
    • Reform bill in big trouble, 4/19/88, 1A
    • Reform bill stalled, 5/4/88, 1A; 5/5/88, 1A
    • Reform faces opposition at hearing in Meridian, 8/2/89, 1A
    • Reform hearing draws 2 people in Senatobia, 8/3/89, 1B
    • Reformist Carl Zimmerman wants initiative renewed, 9/25/93, 3B; 9/30/93, 3B
    • Rewrite could come off, 11/10/86, 1A
    • Rewriting the future: costs, timeline, 1/24/88, 1A,1H
    • Senate debate, 1/22/87, 1B
    • Senate refuses to pay Moore's referendum fees, 2/27/91, 2B; 3/1/91, 1A
    • Special session?, 3/8/87, 19A
    • Streamline judiciary, 1/17/88, 1H
    • Stunts state growth, 1/3/88, 1A,18A,19A
    • Test vote in House, 2/11/87, 1B
    • Used by defense lawyers to protect individual liberties, 11/11/90, 1H
    • William Winter article, 1/17/88, 1H
  • Mississippi Constitution SEE ALSO Initiative and referendum
  • Mississippi Constitutional Convention, 1/23/88, 1A; 1/25/88; 1/26/87, 1A
    • Bill close to passage, 1/20/88, 1A
    • Bills filed backing it, 1/17/88, 3B; 1/31/88, 3B
    • Blacks want fair share, 2/14/88, 3B
    • Constitution reform will have less muscle, 1A; 1/1/89
    • House backs Nov.8 vote, 1/27/88, 1A
    • House Committee to debate, 1/21/88, 1B; 1/22/88, 1A
    • Lawmaker to push Consitution reform again, 1B; 1/5/89
    • Leaders say bill will pass, 1/28/88, 1B
    • Panel changes bill, 2/5/88, 1A
    • Senate passes revised Con. bill, 2/12/88, 1A
    • Senate to vote; provision, 2/11/88, 1B
    • Senate: let voters decide, 2/14/88, 4B
    • Senators to debate, 2/8/88, 1B
  • Mississippi Contract Procurement Center
    • DOD grant, 10/7/94, 8B
  • Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service SEE Cooperative Extension Service
  • Mississippi Country
    • At Memorial Stadium, 5/6/93, 9E; 5/9/93, 1B
  • Mississippi Country Western Dancers' Association
    • Workshops, 1/28/93, 4E
  • Mississippi Craftsmen's Guild SEE Craftsmen's Guild of Mississippi
  • Mississippi Crime Laboratory SEE Crime lab
  • Mississippi Crossroads Blues Festival
    • Memorial Day event, 5/27/93, 8E; 5/30/93, 1B
  • Mississippi Cultural Crossroads SEE No Easy Journey...
  • Mississippi Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo, 7/6/87, 1A
    • Cleans up its act; now puts fish on ice, 7/5/93, 1B
  • Mississippi Delta Blues Festival SEE Delta Blues Festival
  • Mississippi Delta Blues Project
    • Artists' exhibition/benefit, 9/9/90, 1F
  • Mississippi Delta Community College
    • Becomes link between NASA and businesses, 7/5/89, 1B
    • Becoming nationally known for aquaculture program, 11/1/91, 3B
    • Degree program for Parchman inmates, 5/22/93, 1A
    • Garvin is chosen president, 4/30/92, 3B
    • Its cotton gin management program, 9/1/91, 2C
    • Mobile computer lab, 9/18/89, 1B
    • Names 5th president, 11/15/88, 2B
  • Mississippi Democratic Party
    • 1948 revolt launched 2-Party system, 6/5/88, 3H
    • Brown tries to reassure Mississippians, 1A; 2/3/89
    • Chairman controversy, 3/26/88, 1B
    • Chairman's Fund defended by Cole, 5/30/94, 1B
    • Clinton of Arkansas touted as Bush opponent, 8/11/91, 1B
    • Clinton, governor of Arkansas, headlines fundraiser, 6/15/91, 4B
    • Cole expects to survive, 5/30/94, 1A
    • Cole leadership dispute continues, 5/21/94, 3B; 5/22/94, 1A
    • Cole ousted by Executive Committee, 4/24/94, 1A
    • Cole refuses to step down despite ouster, 4/26/94, 1B
    • Cole will resign if Dem challenges Mike Parker, 1/16/94, 3G (Minor)
    • Cole's problems parallel Party's problems, 9/19/93, 3G
    • Cole, Mabus agree not to split Dems, 3/20/88, 1B
    • Cole, Noblin bow out, Walls new chairman, 6/12/94, 1A
    • Consider candidates to replace Larkin Smith, 8/16/89, 1B
    • Consult political consultant for 1996 election, 5/16/93, 3G
    • Cuomo may speak here to raise funds, 8/5/88, 3B
    • Delegates at '88 Nat'l Convention, 7/19/88, 4A
    • Delegates at Convention, 7/18/88, 3A,7/21/88, 4A
    • Delegates chosen; support Clinton candidacy, 3/29/92, 1B
    • Delegates run in family, 6/19/88, 1A
    • Delegates say platform "bland," 7/20/88, 1A
    • Delegates split: 26 to 19 for Jackson, 7/21/88, 1A
    • Delegates to convention, 1/12/92, 4B; 3/27/92, 3B
    • Delegates to take train to Atlanta Convention, 5/26/88, 2B
    • Delegates too pooped to party, 7/22/88, 5A
    • Delegates: good trip, 7/16/88, 1B; 7/17/88, 1A
    • Delegates:Dukakis must unite party, 7/24/88, 1A
    • Democratic Leadership Council forum, 4/30/93, 3B; 5/1/93, 1B
    • Democratic Leadership Council meeting, 12/12/90, 2B
    • Democrats snub Mabus, Thompson, 3/27/88, 1A
    • Despite Convention, voter interest ebbing, 7/31/88, 1H
    • Do Democrats dare write off the South?, 7/7/91, 1G
    • Ed Cole new chief, 12/13/87, 20A
    • Educators strong force at Convention, 7/17/88, 20A
    • Effort to fire Cole blasted, 3/18/88, 1B
    • Facing regrouping after Mabus loss, 12/1/91, 3G; 12/8/91, 1G
    • Greenwood men taping meeting arrested, 7/16/92, 2B
    • Hillary Clinton at Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, 4/12/92, 1B
    • Hires executive director Lisa Walker, 7/9/89, 1B; 7/18/89, 1B
    • Holds meetings to select Espy's replacement, 1/10/93, 1B
    • Issues based on politics, not race, 1/30/88, 1B
    • Jackson gets son, 13 backers on Comm., 7/23/88, 1A
    • Jackson's delegates support Party, 7/22/88, 1A
    • Lacks see improvement in representation, 7/18/88, 1A
    • Late with mortgage payments, taxes, 8/16/89, 2B
    • Leflore County committee election contested by whites, 3/19/92, 3B
    • Mabus asked to keep Cole as chairman, 3/22/88, 1B
    • Mabus holds party for Dem. Thompson, 4/6/88, 1A
    • Mabus supports Thompson, 1/29/88, 1A
    • Michael Matthews to help Dukakis win Mississippi, 8/14/88, 1H
    • New national chief in Jackson on peacemaking stop, 1B; 2/2/89
    • Party membership divided on Cole controversy, 5/3/94, 2B
    • Past governors meet in fund-raiser, 1/20/90, 1B
    • Pay off most past-due bills with funds from recent dinner, 4/27/92, 1B
    • Pledge clean election, 4th District, 1/10/88, 5B
    • Plot strategy to defeat Pete Johnson, other 'switchers', 2/9/91, 3B
    • Population shifts, history hurt state Dems, 1A; 1/13/89
    • Precinct caucuses: recession will defeat Bush, 3/1/92, 3B; 3/8/92, 1B
    • Question of new choice for state director, 7/16/89, 1B
    • Ron Brown says state is important, 7/25/91, 2B
    • Search for director narrowed to 3 candidates, 6/19/89, 2B
    • State conventioneers return, 7/23/88, 1A
    • State Dems lambast GOP "Trickery," 11/1/88, 1B
    • Targets middle class to hold on to majority, 5/21/89, 1A
    • U.S. attorney candidate Emanuel Smith's tax troubles, 9/18/93, 3B
    • Unified, Appointments ok'ed, 5/1/88, 1B
    • Wants to make it harder to switch political parties, 12/10/89, 1B
  • Mississippi Democratic Party SEE ALSO Cole, Ed
  • Mississippi Dental Association
    • Contributions investigated by att.gen., 3/5/88, 1A
    • PAC chairman to open records, 3/6/88, 1A
  • Mississippi Dental Board SEE Dental Board
  • Mississippi Department of... (Agencies listed under Department of...)
  • Mississippi Drug Co
    • Agrees to takeover (figures), 9/17/86, 8B
  • Mississippi Economic Council SEE Economic Council
  • Mississippi economy SEE Economy, Mississippi
  • Mississippi EdNet Institute Inc SEE EdNet Institute
  • Mississippi Education Expo
    • Real world learning highlighted, 12/1/88, 2B
  • Mississippi Educational Television SEE ETV
  • Mississippi Educator of the Year
    • State educators win $25,000 award, 8/15/92, 3B; 9/12/91, 3B
  • Mississippi Emergency Management Agency SEE Emergency Management Agency
  • Mississippi Employer Health Benefit Plan
    • Slow to pay clinics' claims, 8/11/94, 5B
  • Mississippi Employment Office SEE Employment Security Office
  • Mississippi ETV SEE ETV
  • Mississippi European Office
    • Selling Mississippi in foreign lands, 5/26/91, 1C, 2C; 8/16/90, 6B
  • Mississippi Export Trading & Import Consultants Inc, 8/22/87, 8B
  • Mississippi Extension Homemakers Clubs
    • Integration efforts stepping up, 4/3/92, 6B
  • Mississippi Fair & Exposition'88
    • Gulfport
      • Rapid Razorbacks, 5/25/88, 1A
  • Mississippi Fairgrounds
    • City Council lukewarm to Ditto's relocation proposal, 6/6/90, 1A
    • Ditto wants to build convention center on site, 6/5/90, 1A
    • New bill saves Commission fees for dirt transfer, 6/14/90, 5B
    • Rankin and Madison counties will help Hinds haul dirt, 9/22/92, 1B
    • Renovation bill signed by Fordice, 4/22/93, 2B
    • Renovation, upgrade scheduled after State Fair, 9/14/94, 2B
  • Mississippi Faith at Work Conference
    • In Jackson, 1/12/91, 1D
  • Mississippi Family Council
    • Decries Mississippi's 'fatherless families', 12/2/94, 4B
  • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation
    • New president, Don Waller, plots new course, 1G; 1/8/89
    • Waller re-elected president, 12/11/94, 3C
  • Mississippi Farm Bureau Insurance
    • Donates deer-frightening devices to troopers, 10/5/89, 1B
    • Reduces automobile insurance rates, 4/17/93, 4B
  • Mississippi Farmer
    • New farm publication has fast-growing circulation, 4/22/93, 5B
  • Mississippi Federal Credit Union
    • All operations reassigned to Jackson Area...Union, 6/13/91, 6B
    • Jackson-area union shut down, 6/5/91, 1A
  • Mississippi Federation of Republican Women
    • Cochran speaks at Jackson meeting, 5/1/94, 3B
  • Mississippi Fibernet 2000 SEE Fibernet 2000
  • Mississippi Firefighters Memorial Burn Center
    • Counties must find more funds, 12/5/89, 1A
    • Victim Don Bynum plans benefit bike ride, 3/16/90, 5B
  • Mississippi First
    • Lobby group wants to oust legislators, 4/23/91, 2B
  • Mississippi fitness
    • Special series, 5/7-9/89, 1A+
  • Mississippi Folklore Showcase
    • At Ole Miss, 10/28/93, 3E
  • Mississippi Food Network
    • Announces launch of Can Care food drive, 2/1/89; 3B
    • Asks Jacksonians to contribute 85,000 pounds of food, 2/7/90, 5B
    • Donation of Christmas money by Air National Guard, 12/10/91, 1D
    • Food drive for tickets to Reba McIntire and George Jones, 3/31/94, 1B
    • FoodPac program: co-op offering groceries for less, 7/23/94, 1D
    • Gets $50,000 donation from Taste of the South organization, 9/16/91, 1B
    • Has millions of pounds of food but no trucks, 8/23/89, 1B; 9/1/89, 1B
    • Homeless shelters, soup kitchens have plenty of food, 12/5/94, 1A
    • Individuals, firms offer to transport food to poor, 9/18/89, 1A
    • KIck-off ceremonies for 'Can Care' campaign, 2/5/92, 4B
    • Mail carriers collect non-perishables, 5/15/93, 2B
    • Moves into new warehouse, 4/12/93, 1A
    • Puts food on the table, 3/20/89, 1D
    • Seeks funding to rent better building, 8/3/89, 5B
    • Stolen food replaced by Sack and Save donation, 6/1/91, 5B
    • Thieves steal tons of food intended for poor, 5/17/91, 1B; 5/31/91, 2B
    • Works throughout summer, 7/6/93, 1A
  • Mississippi Foreign Language Association
    • Backs 2-yr entrance requirement, 11/16/87, 2B
  • Mississippi Forestry Association
    • Teacher Conservation Workshop, 6/9/94, 8B
  • Mississippi Forestry Commission SEE Forestry Commission
  • Mississippi Forum on Children and Families
    • Advocacy group, 7/13/92, 1B
    • Boykin says fathers should be targeted, 8/23/94, 1B
    • Mailout pamphlet 'Children's Platform', 9/2/92, 3B
  • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party
    • Anniversary conference, 10/12/90, 3B; 10/13/90, 4B
  • Mississippi Freedom Summer Homecoming, 4/29/94, 1B; 6/11/94, 1B; 6/19/94, 1A, 14A
    • Celebration begins, 6/22/94, 1B; 6/26/94, 1A
    • Fordice remarks offend celebrants, 6/25/94, 1B
    • Visiting students learn about their roots, 6/25/94, 4B
  • Mississippi Fruit & Vegetable Growers Marketing Conference
    • In Jackson, 11/2/93, 6B
  • Mississippi Furniture Market
    • Tupelo
      • Market expects to draw 7000, 8/23/90, 6B
      • Shows off local wares, 2/11/88, 8B
  • Mississippi Furniture Market SEE ALSO Furniture---Tupelo
  • Mississippi Furniture Market SEE ALSO Tupelo Furniture Market
  • Mississippi Furniture MarketFurniture
    • Second furniture market for Tupelo, 2/11/88, 7B; 3/19/88, 7B
  • Mississippi Game Bird Association
    • Formed to promote quail industry, 3/30/88, 8B
  • Mississippi Gaming Commission SEE Gaming Commission
  • Mississippi Gay & Lesbian Alliance
    • To help AIDS victims, 10/30/88, 1B
  • Mississippi Gem, Mineral, Jewelry & Fossil Show
    • Annual event, 2/24/94, 8E; 2/25/93, 9E; 2/27/92, 3E
  • Mississippi Gospel Music & Fine Arts Seminar
    • Gets church sponsor in its 2nd year, 7/10/93, 1D
  • Mississippi Gospel Music Awards SEE Gospel music
  • Mississippi Governor's School
    • Challenging best and brightest, 6/23/92, 4B
  • Mississippi Grand Prix
    • Raises money for Ronald McDonald House, 11/19/92, 7E; 11/22/92, 1B
  • Mississippi Gulf Coast Blues Festival, 9/3/92, 10E; 9/8/94, 10E; 9/9/93, 8E; 9/12/91, 6E
  • Mississippi Hall of Fame SEE Hall of Fame
  • Mississippi Hall of Master Teachers
    • 7 teachers inducted, 11/30/93, 4B
  • Mississippi Handicapped Athletic Association
    • Big wheels race, 11/25/87, 1C
  • Mississippi Handicapped Readers' Library, 4/20/87, 1B
  • Mississippi Head Injury Association
    • Seminar for lawyers, 11/6/92, 3B
  • Mississippi Health Network SEE Rankin County Medical Center
  • Mississippi Health Partners
    • 3 Jackson hospitals join to broker care to local employers, 10/26/93, 1A
  • Mississippi Health Systems Agency
    • Strives for local input, 8/12/85, 1B
  • Mississippi Heart Association
    • Annual fund-raiser art auction, 1F; 1/22/89
  • Mississippi HeARTS Against Aids
    • Benefit at Hal & Mal's, 2/10/94, 3E; 2/11/94, 1E
  • Mississippi HeARTS against AIDS
    • Benefit auction and dance, 2/12/93, 1E
  • Mississippi HeARTS Against AIDS
    • Kaliedoscope of Fashion benefit, 2/11/94, 1E
    • Madison Civic Ballet to perform, 2/8/94, 1D
  • Mississippi High School Activities Association
    • Proposes to trim number of ball games, 9/17/93, 1A
  • Mississippi High School for Math & Science
    • Teachers apply, 4/25/88, 1B
  • Mississippi Highway Commission SEE Highway Commission
  • Mississippi Highway Department SEE Highway Department
  • Mississippi Highway Patrol SEE Highway Patrol
  • Mississippi History Day
    • Junior historical societies celebrate, 4/10/90, 4B
  • Mississippi Home Corp
    • Distribute $45M in low-interest mortgage funds, 3/24/91, 3B; 11/8/90, 6B
    • Signs pact to help low-income families own homes, 6/19/92, 5B; 9/25/91, 8B
  • Mississippi Home Extension Service SEE Home Extension Service
  • Mississippi Homecoming
    • Celebrating state's 175th birthday, 4/25/92, 1B; 8/16/92, 2G; 9/8/92, 1A
    • Exhibits show state a melting pot, 12/6/92, 1B; 12/7/92, 1B
    • Literary Day at Old Capitol, 12/13/92, 1B
    • Natchez celebration at Jefferson College, 12/11/92, 1B
    • Thalia Mara throws a party, 12/3/92, 9E
  • Mississippi Homeless Conference
    • Cosolidating money and ideas, 5/23/91, 4B
  • Mississippi Homeless Education Program SEE Homeless Education Program
  • Mississippi House of Representatives SEE Mississippi Legislature
  • Mississippi Humanities Council
    • Achievement Awards dinner, 10/10/93, 1F
    • Cora Norman, executive director, 3/26/91, 1D
  • Mississippi income tax SEE Income tax, Mississippi
  • Mississippi Independent Producers and Royality Owners
    • Oil industry group is formed, 8/23/89, 6B
  • Mississippi Industries for the Blind SEE Industries for the Blind
  • Mississippi Innovative School for Special Services
    • NAACP says 2 children enslaved, 12/22/92, 2B
  • Mississippi Institute for Management
    • Seminar on diversity in the workplace, 9/18/92, 5B
  • Mississippi Institute for Technology Development SEE Institute for Technology Development
  • Mississippi Institute of Arts & Letters SEE Institute of Arts...
  • Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters
    • SEE Institute of Arts and Letters
  • Mississippi Insurance Council
    • Funds fire-safety training program, 12/13/94, 1B
  • Mississippi Insurance Guaranty Assn.
    • Policyholders suing, 12/3/85, 8B
  • Mississippi International Balloon Classic, 6/22/95, 10E; 6/24/93, 8E; 6/25/92, 8E; 6/27/91, 8E
    • 80 colorful craft, 6/23/94, 12E
    • Greenwood man Jeffery Clark charged in probe, 6/14/94, 1B
  • Mississippi International Children's Festival
    • Tons of fun for tots, 4/30/92, 6E
  • Mississippi Judicial Performance Commission
    • SEE Judicial Performance Commission
  • Mississippi Karters Association
    • Sponsors Sunday races in various divisions of go-karting, 7/8/91, 1A
  • Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers Association
    • Task Force for Supplemental Pay, 9/9/93, 3B
  • Mississippi Law Enforcement Training Academy SEE Law Enforcement Training...
  • Mississippi Legislature
    • Size of...SEE ALSO Briggs, Eddie
    • Week in review
      • See Sunday B Sections
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1985
    • Excessive salaries, 7/4/85, 1B
    • Missed votes, 6/23/85, 1A
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1986
    • Budget crisis hampers, 4/13/86, 1A
    • House factions join to battle leaders, 10/11/86, 1B
    • House majority backs rules revisions, 12/27/86, 1B
    • House: Legislator says give House speaker more control, 3/30/89, 1B
    • House: Redistribution of power, 12/20/86, 1A
    • Summary of bills, 12/29/85, 1H
    • Voting records on issues, 4/13/86, 1H
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1987
    • Adjourns, 4/4/87, 1B
    • Agenda (editorial), 1/4/87, 4H
    • Budget Committee OKs $2.7 Million hike, 11/7/87, 3B
    • House fails to name Speaker, 8/10/87, 1B
    • House leadership (editorial), 1/7/87, 10A
    • House rebel faction, 1/4/87, 1B
    • House rules change, 1/8/87, 2B; 1/9/87, 1A; 1/10/87, 1A
    • House rules change (editorial), 1/12/87, 8A
    • House Speaker, 2/8/87, 3J
    • House Speaker Pro Tem, 1/13/87, 1B
    • House Speaker's race, 8/29/87, 1B; 8/30/87, 1B; 11/5/87, 5A
    • House voting on key issues, 1987, 4/12/87, 1H
    • House: Choice of Speaker, 9/22/87, 1A
    • Senate: Voting on key issues, 4/12/87, 1H
    • Session assessment, 4/5/87, 1A
    • Special session super collider, 8/24/87, 1B; 8/25/87, 1A; 8/27/87, 1A
    • To amend ethics provision, 12/30/86, 1A
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1988
    • 400 bills drafted for '88 delayed, 12/14/87, 1B
    • 49 bills die on deadline, 3/18/88, 1A
    • Agenda may include laws on purchasing, 7/28/88, 1A
    • Begins 125-day session, 1/5/88, 1A
    • Bill status:alive or dead, 4/15/88, 1B
    • Bills to abolish fee system: clerks, 1/30/88, 3B
    • Bills: Saturday elections, open primaries, 1/30/88, 1B
    • Billy Harvey of Prentiss sworn in to replace Sen. Shows, 11/29/88, 4B
    • Blacks, women increasing, 12/27/87, 1A
    • Budget committee details kill rumors, 1/24/88, 3B
    • Businessmen look forward to legislature, 1/3/88, 1A
    • Clean air act, 2/25/88, 1A
    • Committee appointments, 1/19/88, 1A
    • Deadline looms, 3/20/88, 7B
    • Gains in % of female legislators, 11/7/87, 3B
    • House approves 3 liquor bills, 3/15/88, 3B
    • House Committee to consider tort reform, 7/28/88, 8B
    • House defeats tenant/landlord bill, 3/15/88, 1A
    • House kills governor's raise, may act on others, 1/8/88, 1A
    • House OKs bill for M.L.King Highway, 1/16/88, 1B
    • House panel OKs increase of benefits, 2/3/88, 3B
    • House panel votes to keep 3 lime plants open, 3/2/88, 4B
    • House Speaker Pro Tem Ford sworn in, 1/6/88, 1A
    • House Speaker: Shake-up of committees,leaders, 1/15/88, 1A
    • House: New power behind podium assessed, 3/27/88, 3J
    • House: Offshore gambling, raises are issues, 2/3/88, 3B
    • ITD, state buildings, 4/24/88, 3B
    • Jobs, schools top list of concerns, 12/27/87, 1A
    • List of bills with status, 3/18/88, 1B
    • List of legislators, 12/27/87, 18A
    • List of proposals to be considered, 3/14/88, 1B
    • Lottery amendment, ,1/12/88, 1B
    • Mabus:special session on one topic, 8/3/88, 1A
    • Newcomers, 12/1/87, 1A
    • Newcomers support Ford as Speaker, 11/16/87, 1B
    • Planes, ships, prisons, 3/27/88, 3B
    • Preview, 12/27/87, 1H
    • Primer spells out legislative process, 12/27/87, 1H
    • Race for Speaker of the House, 12/17/87, 1A
    • Raises, unit system dominate debate, 3/6/88, 3B
    • Representatives
      • Boosts unemployment compensation, 2/6/88, 8B
      • Teacher pay plan, 2/4/88, 1B
      • Ways & Means Chairman Walmon, 1/31/88, 1B
    • Roster of candidates, 6/14/87, 1B
    • Senate OKs emergency pay-cut bill, 3/19/88, 1A
    • Senate OKs liability pools for agencies, 3/15/88, 3B
    • Senate: Appropriations Committee
      • Dye appoints Gordon, 1/19/88, 1A
    • Senate: Mabus says study merger of agencies, 1/27/88, 1A
    • Session may be watershed for Mabus, 8/7/88, 1A
    • Special session called for Aug. 10, 7/26/88, 1A
    • Special session on county reform begins, 8/10/88, 1A
    • Special session: taxpayers have small wins, 8/21/88, 1H
    • Teacher salary increase, 5/1/88, 3B
    • Unit system ranks top in bills, 1/14/88, 1B
    • Weakened tenant bill passes, 3/16/88, 1B
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1989
    • Agency sought by Mabus in limbo, 1A; 1/9/89
    • Bill sets fine for failure to report child abuse, 1B; 1/9/89
    • Bill status, 3/10/89, 3B
    • Convenes today, 1A; 1/3/89
    • House Agriculture Committee, 2/12/89, 7B
    • House bill backs utility use of variable-rate plan, 1/24/89; 8B
    • House bill on time limit on civil suits sweeps thru, 2/7/89, 1B
    • House bill putting oil taxes in Educ. Trust fund, 2/7/89, 2B
    • House bill would raise funds for soybean research, 1/27/89; 7B
    • House leaders fear Waites feud could cripple work, 8/6/89, 1B
    • House modified bill on graveling driveways, 1B; 2/3/89
    • House OKs bill setting standard for rental housing, 1/25/89; 3B
    • House rebels facing rebellion in own ranks, 12/31/89, 5H
    • House rejects pay hikes for 3 officials, 3/7/89, 1A
    • House reorganization bill squeaks through House, 1A; 1/25/89
    • House rules vote won't come until Saturday, 3/31/89, 1B
    • House says supervisors cannnot gravel private drives, 2/2/89; 3B
    • House Sunday meeting cost taxpayers $8,740, 3/13/89, 1B
    • House upholds election day liquor ban, 2/4/89; 3B
    • House: Female members finally get own restroom, 12/14/89, 1B
    • Illiteracy, drug abuse, budget are issues, 12/31/88, 1A
    • Lawmakers OK budget framework, 3/27/89, 1A
    • Legislative agenda for 1989, 1/8/89; 21A
    • Mabus leans toward special session for education reform, 12/8/88, 1A
    • Rejection of Walls revives complaints about system, 3/27/89, 4B
    • Resolutions of good will to Mississippian, 4/2/89, 1H
    • Senate kills tax plans for games, calls, 2/24/89, 1B
    • Senate panel to vote again on charity hospitals, 1B; 1/23/89
    • Senate snubs lottery bill in key vote, 1A; 2/3/89
    • Senate snubs paying $760,000 in state legal bills, 2/25/89, 1B
    • Senate to vote on taxes on video poker, etc, 2/23/89, 1A
    • Senate: Charles Griffin to retire as secretary, 6/4/89, 1H, 2H
    • Senate: Dog racing, lottery bills go to Senate, 1A; 1/28/89
    • Senate: Hatfields/McCoys fight criticized by Johnson, 12/13/89, 1B
    • Senate: Okolona Senator tops in legislative expenses, 6/13/89, 2B
    • Session ends, 4/2/89, 1A, 14-15A, 1B
    • Special session: capital improvements, 4/15/89, 1A; 4/17/89, 1B
    • Special session: on Parole Board, capital improvements, 4/19/89, 1A
    • Special session: Parole Board, capital improvements, 4/15/89, 1B; 4/17/89, 1B
    • Stribling proposes tax on cigarettes, 1B; 1/23/89
    • Waites ousted, 6/8/89, 1B; 6/10/89, 1B
    • Women lawmakers form political caucus, 1E; 2/3/89
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1990
    • (See also Week in Review in Sunday papers)
    • Bozos are bouncing off the walls (Orley Hood column), 4/1/90, 1E
  • MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE, 1990
    • CLOCKING THE LEGISLATURE, 3/11/90, 1A+
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1990
    • Dye says work is not over, 4/7/90, 1A
    • Education reform not only issue, 12/31/89, 1A, 1B, 6B, 5H
    • Fates of dozens of bills to be decided in secret, 3/18/90, 1A
    • Frazier: One-house body would serve better, 10/28/90, 2H
    • Governor sets date for special session, 4/11/90, 2B; 4/12/90, 1A, 1B
    • House committee considering metal detectors, etc, 6/26/90, 1B
    • House efforts to alter rules fail by 1 vote, 1/6/90, 1A
    • Lawmaker proposes limits on special session, 7/10/90, 1B
    • Lawmakers opt for special session to fund education reform, 4/6/90, 3B
    • Mabus expands special session agenda, 6/29/90, 1B
    • Produced much talk, little action for business, 4/8/90, 1G
    • Session cost $9.5 Million, 7/27/90, 1B
    • Special session: agenda for lottery, bingo, fee increases, 6/14/90, 1A
    • Special session: education reform agenda unveiled, 6/5/90, 2B
    • Special sessions becoming the rule, not the exception, 6/17/90, 1A
    • Starts agenda topped by education reform, 1/2/90, 1A; 1/3/90, 1A
    • Will decide whether to adjourn or keep working, 4/5/90, 1A
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1991
    • Abortion foes endorse consent and licensing bills, 1/16/91, 3B
    • Bill would combine Jackson, Hinds tax base, 1/18/91, 3B
    • Bills introduced limiting terms, cutting size, 12/17/90, 1B
    • Budget crisis is its biggest problem, 1/6/91, 1A; 1/7/91, 1A
    • Faces bills having to do with business in Mississippi, 1/6/91, 1G
    • Ford faces tough challenge in speakership battle, 1/17/91, 1B
    • Franckiewicz: its structure hampers initiative, 10/13/91, 3B
    • Got daily expenses in April, costing taxpayers $138,400, 5/14/91, 1A
    • How the House voted (chart), 4/7/91, 2H
    • How the Senate voted (chart), 4/7/91, 1H
    • Lawmakers try to revive portions of 1990 education reform, 1/20/91, 1B
    • Lawmakers will debate abortion, budget, gun law, 1/14/91, 1B
    • Leaves much unfinished business (analysis), 4/7/91, 1A
    • Licensing of abortion clinics is approved, 1/18/91, 1B
    • Mammoth agenda faces lawmakers, 1/8/91, 1B
    • One chamber Legislature bill is doomed for session, 2/5/91, 3B
    • One-house legislature a hot topic at Tupelo forum, 8/19/91, 2B
    • Political watershed looms for Mabus, 1/6/91, 1H
    • Recesses until redistricting session, 4/7/91, 1B
    • Senate OKs stiffer state drug laws, 1/17/91, 1A
    • Senators square off on 'gunslinger' laws, 1/9/91, 1A; 1/10/91, 1A
    • Session was 'satisfactory' for business, 4/14/91, 1C
    • Tunica lawmaker against limiting number of legislators, 11/18/90, 2B
    • Waters down state university football bill, 1/17/91, 1B
    • Will probably go into extended session, 3/19/91, 1A
    • Will seek way to pay for schools, 1/8/91, 1A
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1992
    • Baseball games is a tie: House 11, Senate 11, 4/24/92, 1B
    • Briggs gives it failing grade, 5/10/92, 1A
    • Choosing leaders and adopting rules top agenda, 1/7/92, 1A; 1/8/92, 1A
    • Early adjournment a possibility, 3/4/92, 2B
    • Education funding is tops on 1992 agenda, 1/5/92, 1B
    • Environmental bills died on the vine, 4/19/92, 1G
    • Fearing Fordice vetoes, Senate stays in session, 5/10/92, 1A
    • First things first: redistricting, 1/3/92, 1A
    • House to bar felons, 2/12/92, 1B; 3/3/92, 2B; 4/5/92, 3G
    • Lawmakers hope to end session, 5/13/92, 1B
    • Leadership outlook, 12/29/91, 11A
    • Likely to give voters chance to decide lottery issue, 12/30/91, 1A+
  • MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE, 1992
    • PERFORMANCE: HOW HOUSE AND SENATE VOTED, 5/10/92, 1G+; 5/17/92, 3G
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1992
    • Representative Monty wants to trim membership, 11/23/91, 3B
    • Resistance to change stonewalls reform, 4/9/92, 1A
    • Senate committee assignments listed, 1/10/92, 1E
    • Senate prohibits smoking and peanut munching, 1/8/92, 1B
    • Senate: newly appointed committee assignments, 1/10/92, 9A
    • Senate: Smoking and munching on peanuts prohibited, 1/8/92, 1B
    • Senators vote to end session, 5/14/92, 1B
    • Speaker race: Ford vs. Perry, 12/1/91, 1G
    • Status of Bills: alive or dead, 3/11/92, 3B
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1993
    • Ayers case will be hot issue, 12/30/92, 1A
    • Battle looms on committee asignments, 9/10/92, 2B
    • Bill introduced to end dual goverment office-holding, 1/14/93, 2B
    • Black lawmakers say session was racist, 4/4/93, 1G
    • Black lawmakers unhappy, delay legislation, 2/11/93, 1A
    • Blacks poised for clout, 1/17/93, 3G; 10/25/92, 1G; 10/26/92, 1A
    • Briggs names 18 new Senate leaders, 1/7/93, 1B
    • Briggs wants to slash its size, 8/5/93, 1A; 8/10/93, 1B; 9/5/93, 1G
    • Briggs, Ford, etc form strategy, 8/6/92, 1B; 8/14/92, 1B
  • MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE, 1993
    • CAR TAG, LOTTERY BILLS, OTHER ISSUES REMAIN, 4/4/93, 1A+; 4/5/93, 5A
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1993
    • Cultural-projects bill before House committee, 2/9/93, 1B
    • Democrats seeking strenght through unity, 3/26/93, 3B
    • Emerging Crops Program, 8/3/93, 1A; 8/4/93, 1A, 3B; 8/9/93, 1A
    • Emerging Crops Program expanded by $30 Million, 8/10/93, 1B
    • Fordice agenda, 1/5/93, 1A
    • Fordice must learn to bend to woo Legislature, 1/4/93, 1A
    • Fordice praises work done in session, 4/2/93, 1A; 4/4/93, 3G
    • Fordice wants to make 'recap' speech before session ends, 3/19/93, 3B
    • Fordice's agenda includes Education Empowerment program, 10/2/92, 1B
    • Fordice's Team Mississippi remains intact, 2/8/93, 5A
    • Fordice's vetoes were legal, attorney says, 11/9/94, 3B
    • Gaming bills fill agenda, 1/25/93, 1B; 4/3/93, 1B
  • MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE, 1993
    • GRADING THE '93 LEGISLATURE (analysis), 3/7/93, 1B
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1993
    • House decides on committee assignments, 1/2/93, 1B' 1/6/93, 5A
    • House: Unlimited terms for officers, 1/26/93, 3B; 1/27/93, 1B; 1/29/93, 1A; 1/31/93, 3G
    • How House members voted in 1993 session, 4/4/93, 2G (chart)
    • Jordan chosen to head Democrats, 3/23/93, 1B
    • Lawmaker calls for pay hike for elected officials, 2/4/93, 1A
    • Legislators want $45 million in discretionary funds, 10/22/92, 1B
    • Lobby reform bill dies in Senate committee, 2/27/93, 1B
    • Lobbyist and tort reform bills alive, 2/3/93, 1B
    • Lobbyist disclosure rules part of new reform bill, 12/30/92, 1A
    • Lobbyist reform bill passed by House, 2/12/93, 1A
    • Lottery fIght, 1/7/93, 1A; 1/22/93, 1B; 2/1/93, 1A; 12/27/92, 1A
    • Lottery is doomed, 2/3/93, 1A
  • MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE, 1993
    • NEW LOOK: 40 REPUBLICANS, 19 WOMEN, 1/5/93, 1A
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1993
    • Not yet ready to lower car-tag costs, 2/17/93, 1A
    • Senate committee opens talk on hazardous waste, 1/21/93, 4B
    • Senate Democrats organize to regain clout, 3/19/93, 1A
    • Special Committee on Ethics appointed by Briggs, 7/2/93, 3B
    • Tort reform bill passed, sent to Fordice, 2/18/93, 1A
    • Tort reform splits body, 1/19/93, 1B
    • Uunlimited term for Speaker, 1/26/93, 3B; 1/27/93, 1B; 1/28/93, 3B
    • Welfare reform battle centers on work myth, 2/1/93, 1A; 12/29/92, 1A
    • Winners and losers in session, 4/5/93, 5A (analysis)
    • With no limit to Speaker terms, Ford will be very powerful, 4/5/93, 1A
    • Women senators still waiting for capitol restrooms, 12/7/92, 1B
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1994
    • $2000 raise for legislators clears committee, 1/27/94, 1B
    • (Special series), 1/2-
    • 14 new judgeships created, 4/2/94, 4B
    • Bid preference law a priority, 12/24/93, 4B
    • Bill limits legislators from holding 2 elected offices, 1/25/94, 3B
    • Bill would extend highway plan by $664M, 6 years, 1/30/94, 5B
    • Bill: Jury option: life without parole in capital murder, 1/13/94, 1B
    • Bills target schools to provide child care, 2/22/94, 1A
    • Black legislators vow to enact hate-crimes law, 1/11/94, 1A
    • Bridge repair, casino road funding in $25M plan, 3/26/94, 2B
    • Briggs too powerful, says Sen. Rayborn, 1/5/94, 1A
    • Budget-cut battle begins, 4/2/94, 1B; 4/3/94, 1A
    • Businessmen urge action on capital venture funding, 12/23/93, 4B
    • Car tags: bill would cut price, increase car price, 3/27/94, 1B
    • Car tags: House bill sets aside $30M to lower price, 2/25/94, 1A
    • Car tags: House OKs bill to cut cost, 3/29/94, 1A
    • Car tags: Senate approves bill to lower cost, 2/24/94, 3B
    • Consumer fraud penalities considered by Senate, 2/12/94, 1B
    • Crime bills get tough on youth, 2/11/94, 1B
    • Day care in public schools studied, 3/1/94, 2B; 3/2/94, 1B
    • Day care in public schools: measure defeated, 3/5/94, 1B
    • Divorce bill: irreconcilable differences clause defeated, 3/8/94, 3B
    • Downsizing issue, 2/2/94, 1B; 11/29/93, 1A; 11/30/93, 1B
    • Downsizing likely to be killed by House, 2/12/94, 1B
    • Downsizing of body (pro and con), 1/23/94, 1H
    • Downsizing would move state back, black caucus says, 1/19/94, 3B
    • Downsizing: tie vote kills bill, 3/1/94, 1B
    • Driver's license bill: raise age from 15 to 16, 1/27/94, 1A
    • Driver's license bill: success due to Jean Medley, 1/30/94, 3G
    • Driving age and lobby-reform bills still alive, 2/12/94, 1A
    • EdNet Institute funding has seen no action, 3/22/94, 1B
    • Education bill would equalize district funding, 2/8/94, 4B
    • Education bills: key bills killed in House dispute, 3/2/94, 1A
    • Environmentalists and farmers clashing on 2 land bills, 3/11/94, 8B
    • Fordice and the Legislature, 1/2/94, 1A
    • Fordice delivers tax-cut plan, 2/16/94, 1A; 2/25/94, 1A
    • Fordice has 5 days to act on several key bills, 3/30/94, 1B
    • Fordice OKs $200M for colleges, jails, state parks, 4/6/94, 1B
    • Fordice refuses to call special session on crime issues, 4/12/94, 1B
    • Fordice signs bill repealing tax on capital gains, 3/24/94, 5B
    • Fordice signs work-for-welfare pilot plan, 4/12/94, 1A
    • Fordice urges merit pay raise for teachers, 3/4/94, 1B
    • Fordice vetoes $230 university spending bill, 4/1/94, 1A
    • Fordice vetoes Jackson Zoo renovation funding, 4/6/94, 1B
    • Fordice vetoes legislators' pay raise, 4/6/94, 1A
    • Fordice's 3 pledges in January: only 1 was passed, 4/10/94, 1B
    • Fordice's relations with black legislators is strained, 1/2/94, 9A
    • Fordices's tax cut proposals largely ignored, 1/30/94, 1B
    • Freshman lawmaker to fight costly car tags, 1/2/94, 1G
    • Garbage fee-collection legislation, 1/27/94, 1B
    • Gravel bill (driveways) may be revived, 1/24/94, 1B
    • Hate crimes bill approved by House, 3/27/94, 1B
    • Hate-crimes bill passes house; Senate vote pending, 1/13/94, 3B
    • Hate-crimes bill signed by Fordice, 4/8/94, 1B
    • Hate-crimes veto stirs tempers, 1/7/94, 1B; 1/8/94, 1A
    • Hinds County wants change in road funds formula, 1/4/94, 3B
    • House and Senate OK teacher pay plan, 3/19/94, 3B
    • House approves lobbyist reform bill, 2/9/94, 2B
    • House OKs bond bill for Jackson Zoo, Beauvoir, etc., 3/17/94, 1B
    • House OKs car-tag reform bill, sends it to committee, 3/17/94, 1B
    • House passes $30.6 Million state park facelift, 2/17/94, 3B
    • How a bill becomes a law (chart), 1/2/94, 1G
    • Ice-storm relief bill goes to Fordice, 3/28/94, 2B
    • Lawmakers expecting Fordice vetoes, 3/29/94, 1B
    • Legislative pay-raise bill clears House, 2/3/94, 1B
    • Legislators vote themselves a 50% pay hike, 3/30/94, 1A; 3/31/94, 1A
    • Life-without parole bill signed by Fordice, 4/21/94, 3B
    • Load limits on rural roads studied, 3/2/94, 1B
    • Lobby reform bill signed by Fordice, 3/23/94, 1A
    • Lobby-reform bill sent to Fordice, 3/10/94, 1A; 3/12/94, 1B
    • Lobbyist law reform top priority, 1/2/94, 2G; 1/15/94, 4B; 1/26/94, 3B
    • Lobbyist reform: Senate OKs stricter spending reporting, 3/3/94, 1B
    • Madison County theme park issue, 3/22/94, 1B; 3/23/94, 4B; 3/24/94, 1B
    • Madison County theme park: Senate action, 3/25/94, 1B
    • MEC campaigns for reduction in size, 1/3/94, 1A
    • Modified lobbyist-reform bill clears Senate, 2/3/94, 1B; 2/5/94, 3B
    • New found wealth: how will it be spent?, 12/26/93, 5G (Minor column)
    • New laws impose heavier fines on ecological crimes, 4/25/94, 1B
    • No major changes forseen in gaming laws, 1/31/94, 3B
    • Non-partisan judicial elections issue, 3/26/94, 1B, 3G
    • Panel will study school violence, 1/2/94, 1G; 12/24/93, 1B
    • Part- or full-time Parole Board?, 1/6/94, 1B
    • Private Property Rights Act has widespread opposition, 1/20/94, 1B
    • Protection of state's telecommunications industry, 12/26/93, 1C
    • Rep. Bob Short switches to GOP, 1/15/94, 4B
    • Road bills in House: no tax hike seen, 2/10/94, 3B
    • Road program: new formula considers population shifts, 4/19/94, 1B
    • Road/bridge funds: $1.7 billion OK'ed, 4/17/94, 1B; 4/18/94, 1B
    • Salaries, coffee, perks, etc. cost $10.9Million, 6/11/94, 3B
    • School prayer advocates say issue still alive, 2/7/94, 3B
    • School prayer bill Senate, 3/10/94, 1B; 3/31/94, 1A
    • School violence issue considered, 1/16/94, 1B
    • School-prayer law signed; sure to be challenged, 4/9/94, 1B
    • Senate OKs bill increasing number of judges, 3/27/94, 5B
    • Senate passes funding of historical and cultural projects, 2/25/94, 1B
    • Senate tackles new educational requirements, 2/9/94, 2B
    • Session comes to a close, 4/8/94, 1B
    • Special $56 Million emergency fund passes House, 2/17/94, 1B
    • Special session called on jail overcrowding, 6/2/94, 1A; 8/11/94, 3B
    • Special session on crime?, 5/4/94, 2B
    • Special session on prisons, 5/7/94, 1A; 5/19/94, 3B; 6/14/94, 3B
    • Special session: $37 Million available for prisons, 6/30/94, 2B
    • Special session: AG Moore sees no Maximus lawsuit, 8/22/94, 7A
    • Special session: Bill approved reauthorizing DHS, 8/17/94, 1B
    • Special session: bill says no TV, radios for prisoners, 8/20/94, 1A
    • Special session: bill would revive 5-member Parole Board, 8/21/94, 1B
    • Special session: Briggs adds to agenda, 7/6/94, 1A; 7/7/94, 1A
    • Special session: Business Roundtable hosts pig roast, 8/13/94, 1A
    • Special session: child-support collections privatization, 8/15/94, 1A
    • Special session: child-support privatization still alive, 8/18/94, 1A
    • Special session: child-support...DA Moore's 'deal', 8/16/94, 7A
    • Special session: conjugal visits survive in state prisons, 9/10/94, 1A
    • Special session: death penalty back on agenda, 8/13/94, 1B
    • Special session: DHS fears ambiguous language in new law, 8/25/94, 9A
    • Special session: DHS gets vote to survive; veto predicted, 8/19/94, 1B
    • Special session: DHS privatization: Fordice overridden, 8/21/94, 1A
    • Special session: emergency prison funding, 8/18/94, 1B
    • Special session: Fordice back from Africa, ready, 8/2/94, 3B
    • Special session: Fordice claims victory despite DHS loss, 8/28/94, 1A
    • Special session: Fordice confident his DHS veto will hold, 8/20/94, 1B
    • Special session: Fordice issues call for August session, 6/17/94, 1B
    • Special session: Fordice takes death-penalty changes out, 8/4/94, 1A
    • Special session: Fordice wants short session, 8/14/94, 1A
    • Special session: get-tough policy on prisoners, 9/30/94, 1A
    • Special session: House passes judge-imposed death penalty, 8/18/94, 1B
    • Special session: judge-imposed death penalty bill, 8/17/94, 1A
    • Special session: lack of a plan on jail overcrowding, 6/9/94, 1A
    • Special session: lawmakers, private firms huddle, 8/2/94, 2B
    • Special session: Legislature OKs tough prison bill, 8/23/94, 1A
    • Special session: mullet-catch limit bill, 8/23/94, 5A; 8/24/94, 2B
    • Special session: prison bill passage closes session, 8/24/94, 1A
  • MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE, 1994
    • SPECIAL SESSION: PRISON BILL SIGNED BY FORDICE, 8/25/94, 1A
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1994
    • Special session: prison construction bills on agenda, 8/3/94, 1A
    • Special session: prison debate will be lengthy, 8/19/94, 3B
  • MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE, 1994
    • SPECIAL SESSION: SESSION COMES TO END, 8/24/94, 1A
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1994
    • Special session: Tunica casino roads may be on agenda, 7/26/94, 1B
    • Special session: veterans' nursing homes likely on agenda, 8/9/94, 1B
    • Special session: violent-offenders problem on agenda, 8/16/94, 1A
    • Special session: welfare reform; fathers should pay too, 8/23/94, 1B
    • Special session:changes in death penalty law, 8/22/94, 1A; 10/5/94, 3B
    • Spending requests will dip into revenue surplus, 1/4/94, 1A
    • State employee pay raise, 3/24/94, 1B; 3/25/94, 1A
    • State-of-the-state address
      • Black Caucus walkout, 1/6/94, 1A
    • Status of key bills, 3/2/94, 13A
    • Surface mining regulations an issue, 1/3/94, 1A
    • Surplus funds: Cut taxes? Extend services? Tax rebate?, 2/13/94, 1G
  • MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE, 1994
    • TACKLED CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES (roundup), 4/10/94, 1B
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1994
    • Teacher pay increase OKed by committee, 3/27/94, 1A, 13A
    • Teacher pay raise: House approves $1500, insurance plan, 3/22/94, 1B
    • Teacher pay raise: teachers rally at Capitol, 3/16/94, 1A
    • Teacher pay raises considered, 1/29/94, 1B; 3/11/94, 1B
    • Teacher pay-raise bill given second chance, 3/3/94, 1A; 3/18/94, 3B
    • Teachers rally at Capitol for action on education bills, 3/1/94, 1A
    • Teachers rally to protest legislative pay increase, 4/2/94, 1B
    • Theme park bill goes to Fordice, 3/31/94, 1B
    • Theme park legislation, 3/22/94, 1B; 3/23/84, 4B: 3/24/94, 1B; 3/25/94, 1B
    • Tuition assistance for private college students, 3/25/94, 3B
    • Uninsured motorists a target, 12/26/93, 1C
    • Water association emergency loan program, 2/5/94, 3B
    • Youth crime issue, 1/5/94, 1A; 1/24/94, 2B; 4/17/94, 1G
    • Zoo, museum funds OKed, 3/29/94, 3B
  • Mississippi Legislature, 1995
    • Black lawmakers want special drug-case court system, 11/18/94, 1B
    • Black lawmakers' agenda: college funding, 'Bell Curve', 11/13/94, 1B
    • Briggs will press for budget reform, 4/14/94, 3B
    • DECD wish list, 11/30/94, 5B
    • ETV wants to televise proceedings, 12/7/94, 1A
    • Resignations clear way for 2 elections, 11/16/94, 1B
    • Tax credits to businesses for day care (bill), 12/28/94, 1B
  • Mississippi Library Association
    • Authors awards, 7/24/87, 1E
  • Mississippi Library Commission SEE Library Commission
  • Mississippi Life & Health Guaranty Association
    • Offers insurance protection, 10/11/85, 8B
  • Mississippi Lions Clubs SEE Lions Clubs of Mississippi
  • Mississippi Literacy Assessment Report
    • Average adult in state at eighth-grade level, 5/20/91, 1A
    • Official says study to alter teaching methods, 5/22/91, 3B
    • Study could be model for national program, 5/21/91, 1B
  • Mississippi Literacy Foundation
    • Assists programs in Clinton and Sunflower County, 12/8/90, 3B
  • Mississippi Literary Competition for High School Students, 2/2/90, 4B
  • Mississippi Livestock Producers Association
    • Sale at Hazlehurst, 11/19/93, 1E
  • Mississippi Loggers Association
    • Sets up own workers' comp fund, 1/10/92, 5B
  • Mississippi Lung Association
    • Fund-raiser: auctioning of old donated automobiles, 9/16/94, 5B
  • Mississippi Magazine
    • Seven-year-old publication up for sale, 5/6/89, 8B
  • Mississippi Main Street
    • Bay St. Louis named in renewed DECD program, 6/21/91, 6B
    • DECD program's loss to rural towns would be 'tragic', 1/31/91, 7B
  • Mississippi Major Economic Impact Authority SEE Major Economic Impact
    • Authority
  • Mississippi Management Inc, 2/11/87, 8B
  • Mississippi Management Seminar for Nonprofits
    • Tips fund raising, 5/12/92, 8B; 7/14/94, 5B
  • Mississippi Masala
    • Actors filming movie in Greenwood tell of racism, 2/29/92, 3B
    • Finally opens in Jackson, 4/24/92, 1E
  • Mississippi Mass Choir
    • Clinton inauguration trip was a series of misfortunes, 1/22/93, 1B
    • Embarks on corporate-sponsored tour, 10/3/91, 1D
    • Founder Franklin Williams dies, 3/23/93, 1B
    • Governor's Award for Excellence in the Arts, 3/7/90, 1D
    • Has mass appeal, 12/8/90, 1D
    • Has number 1 gospel album for 53 weeks, 10/29/94, 1D
    • Has Sunday morning TV program, 6/9/90, 1D
    • Men behind its success, 1/16/93, 1D
    • Nominated for Stellar Awards, 12/9/89, 1D
    • Tuning up for second recording session, 11/10/90, 1C
    • Wins 4 Gospel Music Awards, 7/6/92, 1D
  • Mississippi Mathematics Coalition
    • Seeking improved math instruction, 3/19/91, 4B
  • Mississippi Medical Products
    • Flowood firm bought by Abbey Home Healthcare, California, 10/20/93, 5B
  • MISSISSIPPI MELTING POT
    • Six-day series on state's ethnic diversity, 1/20-26/91, various pages
  • Mississippi Memorial Firefighters Burn Center SEE Burn Center
  • Mississippi Methodist Rehabilitation Center
    • Chinese doctor studies methods, 8/7/88, 1C
    • Industrial Rehabilitation Program, 11/13/93, 1B
    • Saudi Arabian patient, 10/29/89, 1C
    • To refund bonds, 8/31/87, 4B
    • Vertical ultra clean air cabin, 8/12/85, 1C
  • Mississippi Mock Trial Championship
    • Hattiesburg High wins, 2/22/94, 3B
  • Mississippi MOM of the Year
    • Nominations solicited by newspaper, 1/26/94, 1D
  • Mississippi Morning
    • Local show bumped by CBS program, 12/15/92, 1D
  • Mississippi Mud Cake
    • Bill to make it official state cake, 2/24/88, 1A
  • Mississippi Mud Tee
    • Meridian made T-shirt to be sold at McRae's and in Europe, 3/15/93, 1B
  • Mississippi Municipal Association
    • Black seeks office, 6/15/88, 1B
    • Dunne ouster attempt will be a 'shootout', 12/12/90, 1B
    • Dunne resigns as director, 12/13/90, 1B
    • Fails to oust Pat Dunne as director, 11/30/90, 1B
    • Hattiesburg officials spend $70,000 at convention, 8/24/93, 3B
    • Minorities lose leadership bid, 6/18/88, 3B
    • New headquarters in Standard Oil Building, 1/10/91, 5B
    • Ousts Gaddis as chairman of insurance pool, 8/23/91, 2B
    • Popular vote on leaders could divide, 6/17/88, 1B
  • Mississippi Muse
    • Jackson music magazine, 11/12/87, 1D
  • Mississippi Museum of Art SEE Museum of Art
  • Mississippi Musicians Associations
    • Helping local groups get bookings, 8/22/93, 1F
  • Mississippi National Guard SEE National Guard
  • Mississippi News Tonight
    • Love Communications suspends all state operations, 5/14/92, 5B
    • Low ratings cancel statewide program, 4/4/92, 1A; 4/8/92, 1D; 4/18/92, 3B
  • Mississippi Nurses Association
    • Nursing's Agenda for Health Care Reform (conference), 2/12/92, 2B
  • Mississippi Office of Literacy SEE Office of Literacy
  • Mississippi Office of Youth Services SEE Office of Youth Services
  • Mississippi Official and Statistical Register
    • New edition is available, 11/28/93, 2G
  • Mississippi One Church, One Child
    • Seeks homes for black children, 4/20/88, 1B
  • Mississippi Opera
    • Amahl...' at Forest Hill High School, 12/15/91, 1F
    • Applies for up to $300,000 in grants, 9/24/88, 4B
    • Board ousts Franklin Choset, 6/29/89, 1D; 7/10/89, 1C
    • Bodo Igesz stages "Falstaff," 10/4/88, 1C
    • Budget and schedule cut; Choset stays, 3/24/89, 1D
    • Can go ahead with "Romeo" with emergency money raised, 1D; 1/16/89
    • Carmen: Production meets audience halfway, 10/20/90, 2A
    • Cast set for Spoleto, 3/19/86, 1D
    • Cinderella is produced, 5/16/93, 1F
    • Collects toward emergency cash goal, 12/17/88, 3B
    • Consul a hit, 2/14/88, 2A
    • European accent for coming season, 9/23/86, 1D
    • Expected cutbacks leave Mississippi Opera in limbo, 3/23/89, 1D
    • Franklin Choset, 2/5/87, 1D
    • Gian Carlo Menotti and music, 2/3/88, 1C
    • Groucho party 'knocking stuffiness out of opera', 5/9/91, 1D
    • Has high hopes for season despite Choset controversy, 10/5/89, 1E
    • Hires artistic director and interim business manager, 11/17/89, 1E
    • In bind for funds, must get $36,000, 12/16/88, 1B
    • Invited to Spoleto Festival USA in '86, 10/15/85, 1A
    • Johnson is new general director, 2/7/91, 1D
    • Johnson resigns, 9/2/92, 2B
    • Johnson sees expanded opera, 5/23/91, 1D
    • Launches 47th season with husband-wife team, Freeman and Paschal, 10/13/91, 1F
    • Madama Butterfly is season opener
      • Freeman will star and direct, 9/26/93, 1F
    • Madama Butterfly reviewed, 10/2/93, 2B
    • Marks its 50th season, 9/18/94, 1F; 9/25/94, 2B
    • Menotti opera on "MS Roads" on ETV, 5/17/88, 1C
    • Menotti's The Consul, 2/12/88, 1C
    • Opens season with 'Carmen', 10/19/90, 1E
    • Opera Guild's party, 12/2/94, 1E
    • Party based on 'Phantom of the Opera', 5/4/89, 1D
    • Pavorotti may appear in Jackson, 1D; 1/5/89
    • Pirates of Penzance is presented, 4/3/94, 1F; 4/11/94, 3B
    • Production of "Romeo and Juliet," 2/17/89, 1D
    • Production of 'Pelleas et Milasande', review 3/22/92, 3B; 3/15/92, 1F
    • Production of Die Fledermaus, 2/1/90, 1D
    • Review of 'La Boheme', 10/19/91, 2B
    • Rigoletto review, 11/22/87, 1A
    • Season will begin in Spring 1993, 8/23/92, 1F
    • Sousa program, 5/15/87, 1C
    • Stage director makes opera moving experience, 11/19/87, 1C
    • Stages 'La Traviata', review 3/18/91, 1D; 3/15/91, 1E
    • To perform Mozart's Bastien und Bastienne, 5/29/89, 1C
  • Mississippi Paint and Supply Co
    • Ken Dodder, owner
      • How's business, 6/23/92, 6B
  • Mississippi Permanency Planning Group
    • Judge: Must place children, 9/30/88, 3B
  • Mississippi Pharmacists Association
    • Cochran addresses session, 1/18/93, 1B
  • Mississippi Phosphates Corp
    • Former owner takes over Pascagoula plant; begins hiring, 9/28/91, 6B
  • Mississippi Picnic SEE Way up North in Mississippi ...
  • Mississippi Power & Light SEE MP&L
  • Mississippi Power Company
    • 1993 south Mississippi development brought peak demand, 10/30/93, 5B
    • Cheaper coal allows it to cut rates, 3/18/92, 5B
    • Court rules PSC made error, overturns MPC rate plan, 1A; 1/5/89
    • Customers may get rfund, 5/12/92, 6B
    • Cuts utility rates, 12/21/88, 8B
    • Electric rates raised, 12/8/93, 5B
    • Environmental compliance will boost power bills, 8/8/92, 5B
    • Executive payroll pegged at $1 Million, 6/15/91, 15A
    • Files new rate proposal, 4/17/90, 6B
    • Finances 'Choices' program in south Mississippi schools, 5/1/90, 4B
    • Hawk shuts off power at substation, 11/20/93, 3B
    • Lawsuit says company fraudently increased rates, 7/7/89, 1B
    • Legislature OKs rate plan twice rejected by court, 6/29/90, 3B
    • MPC customers may get $20 million refund, 1A; 1/6/89
    • Offers public stock sale of $35 million, 8/27/92, 5B
    • Performance evaluation plan (PEP) revised, 8/19/93, 5B; 11/2/93, 5B
    • Performance Evaluation Plan OK'ed, 1/6/94, 6B
    • PSC OKs rate hike, 9/16/92, 5B
    • Rate hike justified, court says, 5/28/92, 6B
    • Rate plan is rejected by state Supreme Court, 4/5/90, 1A
    • Rates may rise to pay for environmental equipment, 6/30/92, 6B
    • Seeking rate hike, 2/25/93, 5B
    • State native Paul DeNicola heads, 4/27/89, 8B
    • Suits filed to force utility to award refunds, 8/29/89, 5B
    • To cut its rates slightly in July, 5/6/88, 8B
    • To cut rates by $3.7 Million, 11/23/89, 8B
    • To hike rates 2%, 12/7/91, 6B
    • Wants Legislature to consider its rate plan in special session, 6/7/90, 6B
  • Mississippi Power Company SEE ALSO Gulf Power Company
  • Mississippi Press Association
    • Gathers in Natchez for annual meeting, 6/15/91, 2B
    • Honers O.C. McDavid, 6/8/92, 1A
  • Mississippi Pride Lines SEE Pride of Mississippi
  • Mississippi Prisoners' Defense Commission
    • Ceases operations, 1/30/86, 1B
  • Mississippi Private School Association
    • Derrick named executive secretary, 4/20/93, 4B
    • State Science Fair, 4/20/93, 4B
  • Mississippi Professional Educators
    • Holds meeting at Ramada Coliseum, Jackson, 3/9/92, 2B
  • Mississippi Project Learning Tree
    • Brings environmental learning to classroom, 12/15/89, 4B
  • Mississippi Protection and Advocacy System
    • Class action suit against state agencies, 11/4/91, 1B
  • Mississippi Public Education Forum
    • Seeks funds from New American Schools...Corp., 4/7/92, 4B
  • Mississippi Public Service Commission SEE Public Service Commission
  • Mississippi Publishers Corp
    • Daniels named controller, 9/23/86, 8B
  • Mississippi Pumpkin Arts and Crafts Festival
    • Richland, 11//5/92, 3F
  • Mississippi Quality Education Project SEE Quality Education Project
  • Mississippi Racing Vehicle Extravaganza
    • At A & I Buildings in Jackson, 1/7/93, 1D
    • At Fair Grounds, 1/11/90, 3E
  • Mississippi Real Estate Commission SEE Real Estate Commission
  • Mississippi Regional Drug Prosecution Unit
    • 6-county effort in south Mississippi, 5/25/93, 2B
  • Mississippi Regional Scholastic Art Awards SEE Museum of Art
  • Mississippi Regional VI Housing Authority
    • Begins taking low-income housing applications, 4/20/92, 2B
    • Constructs 40 homes, 12/3/94, 5B
  • Mississippi Report Card
    • 1992 evaluations of each school district, 12/12/93, 1B; 12/19/93, 2B
    • 1993 school year findings released, 3/16/94, 1A; 5/1/94, 1A, 18A
    • 1993: Long Beach is tops, 3/27/94, 1A, 12A (chart of all districts)
    • 1993: Officials to release report, 11/19/94, 4B
  • Mississippi Republican Party
    • 1988 Convention delegate news, 8/19/88, 6A
    • After Nov. 2 general election, 11/8/87, 1B
    • Attracting more black students, 8/13/88, 1A
    • Backs 2 candidates in 1990 runoff, 11/8/90, 3B
    • Barbour in speech calls for rebuilding on local level, 4/2/93, 1B
    • Black Mississippians joining ranks, 11/18/91, 1B
    • Black participation will help growth, 8/21/88, 3H
    • Bush chairman says forced out, 7/22/88, 1B
    • Capturing of state's 2 top offices ends long hunt, 11/7/91, 1B
    • Chairman to step down, 12/8/87, 1B
    • Chance of Republican governor depends on economy, 5/7/89, 1H
    • Claims inroads in state via municipal elections, 6/12/89, 4B
    • Cochran heads drive for candidates, 8/31/88, 3B
    • Columbus representative switches to Party, 6/24/89, 3B
    • Convention news, 6A; 8/18/88, 1A
    • Delegate profiles, 8/15/88, 4A
    • Delegates at New Orleans convention, 8/15/88, 1A
    • Delegates chosen to convention in Houston, 5/10/92, 3B
    • Delegates fit GOP mold, 8/14/88, 18A
    • Flowood man to take GOP for free ride, 8/13/88, 1B
    • Fordice's speech: get rid of pseudo-Republicans, 5/9/92, 1B
    • Four House members switch to GOP, 4/10/90, 1B; 4/11/90, 2B
    • GOP hopeful about local elections, 3/26/89, 1B
    • GOP hopes more officials switch, 1112/88, 1B
    • GOP says it is taking lead in state, 4/16/90, 3B
    • GOP trying to lure blacks, 8/17/88, 6A
    • Gramm speaks at local dinner, 7/30/94, 3B
    • Honors state party chief, 3/4/89, 1B
    • Infighting: Fordice's and Briggs' staffs, 7/18/94, 1A
    • Keeps list of candidates secret until last minute, 6/3/92, 2B
    • Leaders nominate Woodville lawyer for circuit judgeship, 1/27/89, 4B
    • Legislators Graham and Foster switch to GOP, 12/15/94, 5G
    • Made key behind the scenes gains in Washington, 11/25/88, 1A
    • Madison County GOP seeks yuppie victory, 11/2/87, 1B
    • Madison County Repulicans want yuppie vote, 11/2/87, 1B
    • McPhail is interim chairman, 12/18/87, 1B
    • McPhail looks for gains after Gulf war success, 3/13/91, 2B
    • McPhail says Democrats have let state down, 7/20/91, 3B
    • McPHail takes national Party job, 4/15/93, 1B
    • McPhail wins national party post, 1/26/91, 1B
    • McPhail's successor to face increased partisanship, 4/26/93, 7A
    • Mounger and Lott articles, 8/16/88, 4A
    • Nationwide TV show on party's growth in state, 9/1/94, 2B; 9/2/94, 3B
    • Out of tickets for national convention, 8/13/88, 1B
    • Party is force to reckon with, 8/21/88, 3H
    • Political tradition at Fairmont Hotel, 8/14/88, 1A
    • Powell elected chairman, 5/14/93, 1A
    • State convention shows unity, 5/22/88, 18A
    • State GOP rallys in Jackson to show support for Bush, 2/17/92, 1B
    • Stogner challenges chairwoman Spivey, 4/24/88, 1B
    • Successor to McPhail to be picked, 4/26/93, 1A; 4/28/93, 3B
    • Tension denied within GOP, 11/22/87, 1B
    • Thornburgh, Alexander, Roemer at Jackson conference, 5/2/91, 2B
    • To vote on new chairman, 12/17/87, 3B; 12/20/87, 1B
    • Tries to make inroads in gubernatorial race, 6/9/91, 1A
    • Warren County officials join GOP, 8/2/89, 1B
  • Mississippi Republican Party SEE ALSO Republican Party, United States
  • Mississippi Resource Center
    • Fordice seeks private funding for company-recruiting agency, 5/19/92, 1A
    • Stimulates development in state, 1/5/95, 5B; 2/27/93, 5B; 7/16/93, 5B
  • Mississippi Restaurant Association
    • Out in force at public hearing on crime, 8/19/94, 4B
  • Mississippi River
    • 1000 barges await dredging, 6/17/88, 1A
    • 1800 barges may get to move, 6/18/88, 1B
    • 2,500 barges slowed or stopped, 7/7/88, 1B
    • At second lowest stage, 5/28/88, 1A
    • Barge colission closes river at Natchez, 11/24/93, 3B; 11/26/93, 5B
    • Barges slowly unsnarl, 6/20/88, 1A
    • Bottlenecks ease; divert Great Lakes?, 17/9/88, B
    • Called 'giant sewer' by Greenpeace environmental group, 12/14/89, 1A
    • Chemical spills common, 8/5/85, 1B
    • Climb up tower to protest pollution, 10/28/88, 1A
    • Coal barges grounded in river's sole channel, 1/3/90, 1A
    • Corps may limit barges, 6/22/88, 1A
    • Corps may tap Great Lakes to raise, 6/22/88, 1A
    • Corps tries to stay ahead of low river, 7/10/88, 1B
    • Corps' task to stabilize, 7/24/88, 4B
    • Crew to shore up banks, 8/7/88, 1B
    • Delta Dev. Comm.
      • Forum: All-white Delta panel must listen to blacks, 12/16/88, 1A
    • Delta Development Commissionn Party throws roadblocks, 8/11/88, 1A
    • Drought allows view of relics, 7/17/88, 1B
    • Drought causes barges to stack up, 6/15/88, 1A
    • Embankment works
      • Pictorial, 8/30/87, 1C
    • Flooding closes upper Mississippi; 2 state companies affected, 6/26/93, 6B
    • Flooding: lower river has triple capacity of upper, 7/11/93, 14A
    • Flowed backward, 12/14/86, 1C
    • Gauges, 5/10/87, 1A
    • Greenpeace boat monitors pollution, 8/30/88, 1B
    • Greenpeace starts probe of pollution, 7/21/88, 3B
    • Greenpeace tags Natchez as polluter, 10/25/88, 1B
    • Greenpeace trip leaves resistance in its wake, 10/31/88, 1A
    • Ice floes, low water strand barges, 12/29/89, 1A
    • Industrial development, 9/19/87, 8B
    • Less muddy, 9/16/85, 1B
    • Low water slows paddle wheel race, 6/30/88, 1B
    • Mats to control flooding placed by Corps of Engineers, 9/8/94, 1B
    • Mighty river mighty low, 8/10/88, 1B
    • Minnesota utility wants to build waterfall on upper Mississippi, 8/29/90, 3B
    • More barges stuck, 7/6/88, 1B
    • Natchez bluffs: rerouting of river is cause?
      • Unified effort to save, 10/31/93, 1A
    • Natchez brosion erosion may be preventable, 1/12/86, 1B
    • Nearing record high in Warren County, 4/16/94, 4B
    • New plan to study its potential, 7/8/90, 1B
    • New sandbar blocks river, 6/21/88, 1A
    • Ore-carrying barges sink near Rosedale, 11/10/94, 2B
    • Radioactive waste, 11/17/86, 1A
    • Rail, barge operators at odds over river shipping, 1/10/89; 7B
    • Ranks high on endangered rivers list, 4/17/91, 7A
    • Scientists study fresh water plants at its mouth, 1/1/90, 1B
    • Shiftings make for odd legal twists, 12/22/85, 1A
    • Stack Island dispute: In Mississippi or Louisiana?, 11/15/87, 1A
    • Stack Island: Supreme Court to say which state it's in, 3/24/92, 2B; 11/1/93, 1A
    • Study by geological survey, 8/2/87, 1B
    • Toxins found by Greenpeace, 10/23/88, 1B
    • Vicksburg students learn lore of river, 2/2/90, 4B
    • Winter may pose threat to barges on still low River, 12/26/88, 1B
  • Mississippi River Adventures
    • Vicksburg
      • Tours by hydro-jet boat, 3/25/93, 3E; 7/2/91, 2B
  • Mississippi River Boats Partnership SEE Riverboat gambling---Vicksburg...
  • Mississippi River Bridge
    • Concrete chunks fall off; bridge closed, 11/13/93, 3B
    • Old Vicksburg bridge reopened, 6/5/92, 2B
    • Old Vicksburg bridge unsafe, closed to traffic, 3/4/91, 3B; 7/4/90, 5B
    • Survey hits drivers crossing at Rosedale, 1A; 1/17/89
  • Mississippi River Coalition SEE Riverboat gambling, Tunica
  • Mississippi River Commission SEE U.S. Mississippi River...
  • Mississippi River Corp
    • Natchez firm receives DECD energy investment loan, 9/11/93, 6B
    • Opening pulp plant in Natchez, 8/31/90, 6B
  • Mississippi River Parkway Commission
    • Promotes Great River Road, 4/29/91, 3B
  • Mississippi Safe Kids Coalition
    • Seeking 2 state representatives, 1/13/94, 1D
  • Mississippi Savings Bank
    • Ex-officials agree to pay restitution, 10/29/91, 6B
    • Heavy fines levied on 3 ex-officials, 5/5/93, 5B
    • Thrift closed by federal regulators, 12/18/90, 6B
  • Mississippi School Board Association
    • Annual workshop in Jackson, 10/29/91, 4B
  • Mississippi School Boards Association
    • Morris is named president, 11/16/90, 4B
  • Mississippi School for Math & Science, 6/21/87, 1A
    • 100 apply for school, 12/18/87, 3B
    • 12-year old wants admittance as day student, 4/16/93, 1B
    • 1st class aims for future, 9/25/88, 1A
    • 241 apply for 200 slots, 2/20/88, 1B
    • Applications may surpass last year's, 2/21/89, 3B
    • Asbestos removal plan, 10/6/88, 4B
    • Budget increase for asbestos removal, 9/16/89, 2B
    • Delay in choosing head, 8/22/87, 3B
    • Finalists chosen for director position, 8/18/92, 4B
    • Franklin takes job with Clinton schools, 6/12/92, 2B
    • Franklin to head school, 11/25/87, 1A
    • Gets $250,000 grant from Sloan Foundation, 2/5/91, 4B
    • Has state's highest ACT scores, 10/2/94, 14A
    • Hosts national educators conference, 3/8/91, 2B
    • Joining worldwide ecology project, 11/30/90, 4B
    • Mentorship program, 11/17/89, 4B
    • Money shortage for school, 2/5/88, 3B
    • Needs room for expansion, 6/26/91, 3B
    • Neyman is named director, 8/22/92, 3B
    • Opens in 2 days, 9/5/88, 1A
    • Policy allows home-taught students to apply, 1/21/89; 3B
    • Prepares to open, 7/3/88, 1B
    • Puts emphasis on study, 9/26/88, 1A
    • Science teacher Joe Valasek, 9/22/89, 4B
    • Seeking more students, 11/20/90, 4B
    • Sends its entire graduating class on to college, 6/2/90, 1A
    • Standardized admission test, 11/21/87, 1B
    • Student supervision questioned after party, 3/7/90, 1A
    • Students become recruiters for school, 6/5/89, 1A
  • Mississippi School For Math & Science
    • Students volunteer at local schools, 11/10/92, 4B
  • Mississippi School for Math & Science
    • To expand course offerings, 4/13/90, 4B
    • Two sets of twin students confuse campus, 5/5/92, 4B
  • Mississippi School for the Blind
    • Annual music festival, 4/6/93, 4B
    • Candidates for superintendent post, 8/17/89, 1B
    • Celebrates 140th anniversary, 10/24/88, 1C
    • Employee Layson resigns, 12/15/93, 2B
    • Employee Layson's abuse charge is investigated, 11/24/93, 4B
    • Employee Richard Layson charged in attack on student, 11/20/93, 5B
    • Graduates lone, proud senior, 6/3/89, 1A
    • House approves funds for renovation, 2/22/94, 1B
    • Legislature funds new building, 4/30/94, 4B
    • Legislature won't relocate campus, 2/25/93, 3B
    • May be streamlined, 5/19/89, 3B
    • Merger urged with School for Deaf, 2/23/90, 3B
    • New head John Parrish hopes to boost funding, 8/19/89, 1A
    • New head John Parrish pledges quality education, 10/7/89, 1A
    • Possible relocation shelved for time being, 2/25/91, 1B
    • Project to modernize campus, 12/8/94, 1A
    • Sale of land proposed, 8/18/89, 1B
    • Should it relocate to Columbus?, 12/2/92, 1A
    • Superintendent Benton to retire, 6/19/89, 3B
    • Wrestling Tigers, 1/22/93, 1E
  • Mississippi School for the Deaf
    • 134-year-old school fought fires, fever, 12/15/88, 1B
    • 5 staff members ordered to stay away, 11/28/88, 1A
    • Administrator gets suspension, 1B; 1/13/89
    • Announces reorganization plan, 6/15/89, 1A
    • August deadline for hiring new superintendent, 7/27/90, 3B
    • Black History Month speaker Glenn Anderson, 2/18/94, 5B
    • Board act spurs optimism about school, 12/15/88, 1B
    • Board of Education to discuss hiring of new chief, 6/20/90, 3B
    • Board wants new superintendent by Fall, 5/31/90, 1B
    • Cheerleaders show school spirit, 1/31/93, 1A
    • Controversy not new to superintendent, 1A; 1/8/89
    • County judge sees evidence of renewed abuse and neglect, 6/16/90, 1A
    • Court to review new abuse charges, 6/2/90, 1A
    • Deadline for objections to reorganization plan, 6/17/89, 1B
    • Deaf Awareness Week, 9/29/92, 4B
    • Deaf students' parents agree to AIDS testing, 11/2/88, 4B
    • Deaf superintendent would motivate students, 7/25/89, 1A
    • Decision likely on superintendent's future, 1B; 1/18/89
    • Decision on superintendent delayed, 1B; 1/19/89
    • Elementary principal Donna Wait, 9/27/93, 1B
    • Employees upset over sign language test, 5/25/89, 1B
    • Expert: Deaf school needs help fast, 3/29/89, 1B
    • Failed to report 143 abuse cases
      • 2/10/89, 1A
    • Finneran fulfills promise of more deaf staff, 12/5/89, 1A
    • Finneran gets warm welcome, 8/7/89, 1B
    • Finneran hired as superintendent, 7/28/89, 1A
    • Finneran resigns, 5/25/90, 1A
    • Finneran urges staff to maintain upbeat attitude, 8/22/89, 3B
    • Finneran's departure worries parents, 7/2/90, 1B
    • Galluadet student: deaf superintendent will bring pride, 8/4/89, 1B
    • Graduates 14-student class, 5/27/89, 3B
    • Graduation 1993, 6/12/93, 1B
    • Grisham protest: students return to classes, 10/29/92, 2B
    • Grisham, interim director, is protested, 10/21/92, 1A; 10/23/93, 4B
    • Group: Hire more deaf adults, 3/29/89, 3B
    • Has 21 days to submit plan, 3/22/89, 1B
    • Hinds conducts criminal probe at school, 12/3/88, 1A
    • House approves funds for renovation, 2/22/94, 1B
    • House mother fired over discipline, 10/29/88, 1A
    • Improvement Panel sets counseling for students, 1B; 1/5/89
    • Legislators await answers on school, 1B; 1/17/89
    • Legislature funds new building, 4/30/94, 4B
    • Legislature won't relocate campus, 2/25/93, 3B
    • May be streamlined, 5/19/89, 3B
    • May seek superintendent before July, 4/21/89, 3B
    • Merger urged with School for Blind, 2/23/90, 3B
    • Mom:Deaf child warned of molestation but not understood, 3/13/89, 1B
    • More testimony on Alexander planned, 1A; 1/12/89
    • Mother: School responsible for attacks on son, 3/9/89, 1A
    • Must find money to court-ordered changes, 3/9/89, 1A
    • New head seeks positive image, 10/21/90, 1B
    • New houseparents, counseling program greet MSD students, 1B; 1/3/89
    • New principal is Sharon Hovinga, 8/10/89, 1A
    • Newspapers denied access to Youth Court records, 12/22/88, 3B
    • Newspapers seek Deaf School hearing records, 12/16/88, 1B
    • No decision expected soon in Alexander suit, 7/10/89, 1B
    • Officials mum on new sexual misconduct case, 5/19/90, 1A
    • Officials warn of bogus solicitations, 1B; 1/21/89
    • Olsen named new superintendent, 8/18/90, 1A; 8/21/90, 1B
    • Open hearing request rejected, 12/14/88, 1B
    • Organizing for students' return in fall, 7/10/89, 1B
    • Parents and students take 'learning vacation', 6/22/90, 4B
    • Parents asked to be informed of problems, 5/22/90, 1A
    • Parents complain of "bad wrong" at school, 11/20/88, 1A
    • Parents meet with faculty, 1B; 1/30/89
    • Parents organizing after rumors of sexual misconduct, 11/21/88, 3B
    • Parents question curriculum at school, 12/11/88, 1A
    • Parents quiz officials about sexual misconduct, AIDS, 11/10/88, 1B
    • Parents reassured by Education superintendent, 5/22/89, 1A
    • Parents told of firing of principal, 11/19/88, 1B
    • Parents: Students fear administrator, 1B; 1/4/89
    • PEER director: End residency at Deaf School, 11/29/88, 1A
    • Personnel Board raises salary for superintendent, 7/23/89, 1A
    • Pickett is new superintendent, 3/20/93, 1B
    • Possible relocation shelved for time being, 2/25/91, 1B
    • Principal can't block firing, 12/3/88, 1B
    • Problems too many for single report, 6/13/89, 1A
    • Progress jeopardized by funding cuts, 11/29/90, 1B
    • Project to modernize campus, 12/8/94, 1A
    • Psychologist visits deaf pupils, 12/14/88, 1B
    • Sale of land proposed, 8/18/89, 1B
    • School needs academic overhaul, not closure, 12/11/88, 1A
    • School officially fires principal Brightwell, 12/6/88, 1A
    • School upholds firing of principal, 1A; 1/11/89
    • School workers get lessons on reporting abuse, 3/11/89, 3B
    • Scout troop, 9/27/93, 1D
    • Security guard accused of molestion, 5/20/90, 1A
    • Seniors able to make trip to Dallas, 4//29/89, 1A
    • Sex abuse probed at school, 10/28/88, 1A
    • Should it relocate to Columbus?, 12/2/92, 1A
    • Some Deaf School cases may not be prosecuted, 12/16/88, 1A
    • Student services dean quits, 2/2/89; 4B
    • Students tell of abuse at Deaf School, 12/15/88, 1A
    • Students tested for AIDS, 11/8/88, 2B
    • Students vote to take AIDS test, 10/27/88, 1A
    • Students, workers taunted, 11/3/88, 3B
    • Superintendent Alexander is dismissed, 1A; 1/21/89
    • Superintendent job draws applications, 6/16/89, 4B
    • Superintendent to be picked, 7/21/89, 1B; 7/22/89, 1A; 7/29/89, 4B
    • Suspended teacher Don Spears sues school, 1A; 1/26/89; 5/27/89, 3B
    • Teachers collect ideas for changes at school, 1A; 1/9/89
    • To fire 3 more employees, 3/4/89, 1B
    • To honor new leader Gary Olsen, 10/15/90, 3B
    • To screen applicants for superintendent, 6/27/89, 3B; 7/8/89, 3B
    • Trustees start procedures to fire Alexander, 12/15/88, 1A
    • Trustees suspends Superintendent Alexander, 12/7/88, 1A
    • Trustees to decide whether to keep superintendent, 1B; 1/8/89
    • Two candidates vying to replace Finneran, 7/3/90, 1B
    • Two of 4 finalists for superintendent are deaf, 7/19/89, 2B
    • Washington's name off order baning student contact, 1B; 1/10/89
    • Woman removes son after he is molested by other student, 3/3/89, 1A
    • Youth Court orders changes, 3/8/89, 1A
    • Youth Court referee to hear 20 deaf school abuse cases, 12/13/88, 1A
  • Mississippi School for the Deaf SEE ALSO Olsen, Gary
  • Mississippi School of Dentistry
    • Dean named, 3/20/87, 4B
  • Mississippi School Supply
    • After death of Campbell, Peets named CEO, 4/24/92, 5B
  • Mississippi Science, Technology and Society Network
    • SEE Science, Technology and Society Network
  • Mississippi Seafood Exchange
    • Jackson store cited for sale of illegal redfish, 1/30/93, 3B
  • Mississippi Senate SEE Mississippi Legislature
  • Mississippi Senior Olympics SEE Golden Games...
  • Mississippi Sheriffs Boys Ranch
    • Racial questions, 4/14/86, 1B; 4/16/86, 1B
  • Mississippi Short Term Loan Assoc
    • Owner Henry Odom charged with usury, 9/22/93, 3B
  • Mississippi Sickle Cell Anemia Foundation
    • Sickle cell disease, 4/2/94, 1A
  • Mississippi Sky Parade SEE Sky Parade
  • Mississippi Society of Colonial Dames SEE Oaks, The
  • Mississippi Society of Washington, D.C.
    • Picnic to benefit women's shelters in state, 6/12/92, 1D
  • Mississippi Soft Drinks, Inc., 4/7/87, 8B
  • Mississippi SOS
    • Needs volunteers to save outdoor scupture, 9/22/92, 1D
  • Mississippi Sovereignty Commission SEE Sovereignty Commission
  • Mississippi Special Olympics
    • Basketball championship in Jackson, 3/20/94, 1B
    • Brandon 4-H's equestrian show, 9/23/90, 1B
    • Relocating headquarters, 9/13/94, 5B
    • State Olympians win medals, 1/14/89; 3B
    • Track and Field Competition in Jackson, 4/7/91, 6B
  • Mississippi Speciality Foods Association
    • Conference in Jackson, 4/29/90, 1E
  • Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame
    • $2 million fund drive kicks off, 10/13/92, 1A
    • Gets $1 million from Coca-Cola for building, 6/22/93, 1A
    • Michael Rubenstein, executive diredtor, 12/28/94, 1D
  • Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame SEE Sports Hall of Fame
  • Mississippi Sports Medicine and Orthpaedic Center
    • Free Saturday morning checkups, 10/15/92, 1D
  • Mississippi Spotlight
    • New program lets state entertainers instruct young hopefuls, 11/5/92, 1D
  • Mississippi State Capitol SEE Capitol Building
  • Mississippi State Fair SEE State Fair
  • Mississippi state flag
    • House OKs bill to safeguard U.S., state flags, 6/30/90, 4B
    • Judge Dillard dismisses another lawsuit, 9/25/93, 2B
    • Kirksey will file suit to change state flag, 8/8/91, 1B
    • Lawsuit dismissed; NAACP, blacks may appeal, 6/8/93, 1B; 6/20/93, 3G
    • Magnolia is most popular for redesigned flag, 5/9/93, 1G
    • Majority of state approves of rebel banner, 1/31/88, 1A
    • NAACP wants new flag, 6/5/92, 1B; 11/9/89, 2B; 12/30/87, 1B
    • Poll:Keep Confederate symbol, 4/24/88, 1A
    • Senator Mike Gunn will fight to keep flag as it is, 9/1/93, 3B; 9/2/93, 3B
    • Shapiro wants 1861-1894 banner brought back as state flag, 7/29/92, 1D
    • Should state flag be changed? Letters from readers, 4/26/93, 9A
    • Some lawmakers dispute claims about stars, 4/22/93, 1A
    • State NAACP urged to fight for new state flag, 11/10/89, 1B
  • Mississippi State Hospital SEE Whitfield State Hospital
  • Mississippi State Medical Association
    • Urges state funding of health education, 9/14/91, 2B
  • Mississippi State University
    • 3 students charged in drowning death, 11/7/87, 1B
    • Accounting operations are consolidated, 1/15/92, 1B
    • Architecture students design cat house, 9/10/91, 3B
    • At spring faculty meeting, bad news on raises, 1/31/92, 3B
    • Awards exclusive contract on cottonseed, 1/26/90, 6B
    • Awards free college education to 6 students, 3/17/89, 3B
    • Awards rights to market cottonseed strain, 2/13/90, 7B
    • Baseball team
      • Wins SEC championship, 5/1/89, 1A, 1D
    • Budget cuts force MSU to cut many graduate degrees, 4/4/92, 2B
    • Budget cuts: MSU may lose 51 academic programs, 3/18/92, 3B
    • Business school, 5/18/86, 1G
    • Business school SEE ALSO Lewis, Harvey
    • Callejas, 1966 grad, president of Honduras, 11/28/89, 7A
    • Carmody, ex-USM coach, joins Bulldog staff, 12/3/88, 1A
    • Censured by American Sociological Association, 2/28/91, 2B
    • Changes in athletic program, 1/5/86, 1A
    • Changes, streamling will follow $2.6 million budget cuts, 4/11/92, 1B
    • Chinese student hopes to meet Bush 2nd time, 5/12/89, 1B
    • Cobb Institute of Archaeology's dig in Ridgeland, 6/30/94, 1B
    • Cochran to address Spring 1994 graduates, 4/5/94, 3B
    • Comprehensive Assistive Technology Center, 12/18/93, 3B
    • Computer Integrated Manufacturing Center, 9/20/93, 3B
    • Dave Swalm gives MSU $2 Million, 11/26/88, 1A
    • Delta Project SEE Delta Project
    • Donation of $1Million for walnut tree farming, 10/20/89, 3B
    • Enrolls 1st Russian student Evgeni Istchenko, 9/11/90, 1B
    • Faculty research pumps $48 Million into state economy, 7/14/94, 3B
    • Finnish exchange student Porkka missing, 11/17/90, 1A; 11/18/90, 1B
    • Food poisoning of students, 2/18/89, 3B
    • Gets $90,000 grant to become EPA Training site, 1/9/89; 3B
    • Groundbreaking for research center, 9/18/88, 4B
    • Heroes
      • Profile of 3 MSU heroes praised by President Bush, 5/21/89,1B
    • Hodgson is named VP for academic affairs, 6/6/94, 3B
    • Hot dog! At last, a low-fat sausage, 7/21/88, 1F
    • Jackson architectural program in Elks Bldg, 3/26/92, 4B; 3/27/92, 4B
    • Launches $78 million fundraising campaign, 4/24/93, 1B
    • Lockheed gives $50,000 for Meridian branch, 5/5/91, 2B
    • Loyola basketball game:'63 Bulldogs, 3/13/88, 1A
    • May add 2nd Japan branch, 11/19/88, 3B
    • MSU/Bank of Mississippi economic forums, 10/4/94, 7B
    • MSU/MUW cooperation is progressing, 2/4/92, 3B
    • Named center for computing, 8/8/87, 1A
    • Names building for Richard Holmes, 10/16/91, 1A; 10/17/91, 1B
    • NCAA looking into football program, 8/31/94, 1A; 9/1/94, 1A
    • NCAA questions several football players, 7/22/94, 1C
    • OrffSchulwerk, a music education program, 7/16/94, 3B
    • PEER report criticizes poultry and aquaculture research, 9/25/90, 6B
    • Phi Beta Kappa to visit MSU, 5/9/89, 1B
    • Plans Japan branch, 9/16/88, 1A
    • Postharvest Collaborative Agribusiness Support Program, 11/30/93, 3B
    • President says alumni, students will fight funding cuts, 3/21/90, 3B
    • President's Commission on the Status of Women awards, 3/21/94, 3B
    • PRO-MISS program for rural community leaders, 6/15/94, 5B
    • Professor to help compile presidential bibliography, 12/12/88, 2B
    • Racial slurs, 6/6/87, 1A
    • Racial tension after 'Reflector' cartoon, 10/1/92, 3B
    • Racism issue, 6/17/87, 1A
    • Randolph Memorial Fund, a $1.25 million gift, 9/16/92, 3B
    • Ranks agricultural extension education program, 10/18/87, 4B
    • Ready to educate via satellite, 10/12/88, 1B
    • Receives $1 Million gift to create engineering chair, 8/22/90, 3B
    • Reflector cartoon is racist, students say, 9/26/92, 1B; 9/29/92, 1B
    • Research grant for defense computer, 7/11/86, 8B
    • Research Unit conducts Reagan poll, 5/7/88, 1B
    • Scales back academic programs, faculty, 10/8/91, 1A; 10/11/91, 5B
    • Schillig Leadership Scholarships, 4/14/87, 1A
    • School's first black graduate Richard Holmes honored, 9/17/91, 3B
    • Security tightened after attack of campus officer, 9/11/94, 2B
    • Seeks funds for agricultural research, 10/16/86, 1B
    • Sheep used in research on postmenopausal osteoporosis, 8/10/92, 3B
    • Sherrill named football coach, 12/9/90, 1A; 12/10/90, 1A
    • Special Program for Academically Talented Students, 3/13/90, 4B
    • Stennis Center for Public Service to open at MSU, 12/9/88, 3B
    • Strict no smoking rules will be enforced, 8/5/89, 1A
    • Student senate wants to muzzle 'Reflector' editor, 2/18/92, 3B
    • Students elect first black leaders, 3/17/89, 1A
    • Students march to protest campus racism, 10/10/92, 1B
    • Study shows most freshman attended small high schools, 8/13/90, 1B
    • Studying feasibility of nursing home for pets, 7/5/91, 3B
    • Veterinary school benefited by land sales, 2/23/92, 3B
    • Veterinary school blasted in PEER report, 1/23/86, 1A
    • Veterinary school clinic offers treatment, 7/31/88, 1A
    • Veterinary school gives private practice training, 10/28/91, 2B
    • Veterinary school professor Helga Gerlach, bird expert, 11/8/94, 3B
    • Veterinary school stops dog purchases from accused broker, 3/25/93, 1A
    • Veterinary school too expensive?, 6/23/85, 1H
    • Veterinary students work at Jackson zoo, 11/15/91, 1B
    • Washington directs Stennis Institute of Government, 6/12/88, 1H
    • Water Resources Research Institute funding issue, 3/30/94, 3B
    • Wins first SEC basketball title since 1963, 3/3/91, 1A
    • Zacharias wants closer ties with Starkville, 8/15/91, 3B
  • Mississippi State University SEE ALSO Miller, Tiffany
  • Mississippi State University SEE ALSO Mississippi Agromedicine Program
  • Mississippi State University SEE ALSO Steckler, Jon
  • Mississippi State Veterans Home SEE Veterans Nursing Home
  • Mississippi Steel & Iron Company
    • Fabricator to close after 60 years, 7/19/88, 8B
  • Mississippi Student Space Station SEE Student Space Station
  • Mississippi Student Space Station SEE Student Space Station
  • Mississippi Supreme Court SEE Supreme Court
  • Mississippi Symphony
    • 47th season opening concert reviewed, 10/13/91, 2B
    • 50-year celebration gala, 2/10/94, 4B
    • 51st season: more music and free from debt?, 9/25/94, 1F
    • Artists bring Nordic flair to concert, 4/6/90, 1E; 4/8/90, 12A
    • British pianist Ronan O'Hora is guest star, 11/14/93, 1F; 11/18/93, 3B
    • Buswell Parnas Luvisi Trio, 4/7/89, 1C
    • Celebrates 50 years of beautiful music, 10/3/93, 1F
    • Cellist Carlos Prieto performs, 10/27/89, 1E
    • Chamber orchestra's season, 9/27/92, 1G
    • Closes classical season with pianist Lydia Artymiw, 5/4/90, 1E
    • Contracts for new season, 3/3/89, 1C
    • Country performer Michael Martin Murphy in fundraiser, 4/10/94, 1F
    • Crescendo Ball fundraiser, 10/3/91, 3E
    • Crowd of 1800 attend Masterworks concert, 1/20/91, 2B
    • Dinner in D Minor, honoring black history, 2/13/92, 2E
    • Ends season with Davidovici as guest artist, 4/26/91, 1E
    • Fashion show benefit featuring Saks Fifth Avenue clothes, 2/17/93, 1D
    • Fourth of July concert, 7/4/91, 8E
    • Fund raiser features Saks fashions, 2/2/94, 1D
    • Fund raising effort successful; budget is balanced, 1/17/92, 2B
    • Golden Anniversary Ball, 9/28/93, 1D
    • Greenville site of inaugural concert, 1D; 1/26/89
    • Guests are Giavonni De Chiaro and James Setapen, 1/12/92, 1F
    • Kinder Concert Series (for children), 11/1/89, 1D
    • Kinderconcerts for school chilren, 3/9/93, 4B
    • Management, union reach agreement, 6/6/89, 1D
    • Mikado in concert performance, 4/26/92, 1F; 5/3/92, 4B
    • Moersch is finale guest performer, 4/25/93, 1F
    • New master agreement is signed, 10/3/91, 3B
    • Opener: pianists Frank and Sandra Polanski, 10/9/94, 1F; 10/13/94, 2B
    • Opens 'critical year', 10/4/92, 1F; 10/11/92, 5B
    • Orchestra and area choirs collaborate on 'Jingle Bell Pops', 12/7/90, 1E
    • Pepsi Pops, 5/5/94, 12E; 5/6/93, 8E; 5/11/95, 11E; 5/13/91, 1D; 6/28/92, 1F
    • Pianist Christopher O'Riley guests, 4/28/89, 1D
    • Pianist Robert Hairgrove appears, 4/5/91, 1E; 4/8/91, 3B
    • Pianists Sampson and Laubengayer donate services, 10/6/91, 1F
    • Pops concert at reservoir, 5/10/90, 1D; 5/11/89, 1E
    • Pops concert features Ora Reed, 5/7/92, 9E
    • Requiem presentation reviewed, 3/10/94, 3B
    • Rita Coolidge to be guest artist in September pops concert, 4/26/89, 1C
    • Salute to Broadway concert, 5/1/94, 1F
    • Season opening: Beethoven symphonies, 10/12/90, 1E; 10/14/90, 8A
    • Season to open October 28th, 10/23/89, 1D
    • SEE ALSO Jackson Symphony
    • Showcases harpist Elaine Barber, 11/9/90, 1E
    • Strikes up chamber music season, 9/24/90, 1D
    • Strikes up harmonious negotiations, 2/24/89, 1C
    • Strings in the Schools program, 1/16/90, 4B
    • Symphony at Sundown pops concert, 10/17/91, 3E
    • Symphony Ball features art auction, 10/14/94, 1E
    • Tchaikovsky's 'Pathetique' reviewed, 5/2/93, 5B
    • Trying to raise $100,000 by end of season, 5/8/89, 1D
    • Violinist Elmar Oliveira performs with Symphony, 1C; 2/2/89
    • Wage dispute, 6/5/92, 1E; 7/4/92, 1A; 7/7/92, 1B; 7/8/92, 2B
    • Wage dispute cancels Pops concert, 7/4/92, 1A; 7/5/92, 1A
    • Wage dispute: musicians given final offer, 7/14/92, 1B
    • Wage dispute: musicians take cuts to ensure new season, 7/28/92, 1B; 8/2/92, 1F
    • Wagner resigns as general manager, 3/14/91, 1D
  • Mississippi Talent Exchange
    • Bridging gap: talent & jobs, 10/19/88, 1D
  • Mississippi Talking
    • New touring play by New Stage troup, 3/14/93, 1F, 4F
  • Mississippi Teacher Center
    • Established to remedy teacher shortage, 5/12/94, 1A
  • Mississippi Teacher Corps
    • Andrew Snyder, Harvard grad, 6/24/91, 1A; 9/9/90, 1A, 18A
    • Arriving in state (includes list), 6/9/90, 1A
    • Donation of $50,000 keeps Corps alive, 4/14/92, 1A; 6/2/92, 1B
    • Member Ron Betts, 9/20/94, 4B
    • New recruits getting teaching basics, less 'folklore', 6/24/91, 1A
    • Program axed by budget cuts, 3/20/92, 1B
    • Recruits training to meet critical need, 7/5/93, 1B, 3B
    • Vaiden's Jeff Seinfeld constructs science lab, 5/28/91, 4B
    • Winter tells them they can make a difference, 6/12/90, 2B
  • Mississippi Teacher Corps SEE ALSO Smith, Van
  • Mississippi Tobacco-Free 2000 Coalition
    • Advocates want smoke-free state, 11/10/93, 1B
  • Mississippi Tours Inc
    • Mary Hudgins and Carolyn McLendon
      • Business profile, 11/13/89, 4E
  • Mississippi Track Club
    • Tuesday fun runs, 7/7/92, 1D
    • Walking competitions, 5/31/89, 1C
  • Mississippi Travel Show SEE Travel Show
  • Mississippi Treasury Department SEE Treasury Department
  • Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association
    • Death penalty protested at meeting, 10/31/93, 4B
  • Mississippi United Methodist Conference SEE ALSO Methodists
  • Mississippi United Methodist Conference, 1987
    • State convention in Natchez, 6/13//87, 1C
  • Mississippi United Methodist Conference, 1989
    • Celebrate togetherness, 6/10/89, 1C; 6/17/89, 10B
    • Mabus addresses state Conference, 6/12/89, 10A
    • To merge black/white churches, 6/3/89, 1C; 6/4/89, 1A
  • Mississippi United Methodist Conference, 1990
    • Clergy will be reassigned, 6/14/90, 2B; 6/15, 1B, 10B
    • Convention opposes state lottery, 6/15/90, 1B
    • Football coach addresses state meeting, 6/12/90, 1B
  • Mississippi United Methodist Conference, 1991
    • Announces ministerial appointments, 6/29/91, 3D
    • In Biloxi, 6/15/91, 1D; 6/21/91, 2B; 6/22/91, 1B
  • Mississippi United Methodist Conference, 1992
    • Moving day for 200 ministers, 6/16/92, 1D
  • Mississippi United Methodist Conference, 1993
    • Builds mission in La Joya, Mexico, 9/4/93, 1A, 1D
    • In Jackson, 6/5/93, 1D; 6/8/93, 3B; 6/11/93, 3B
  • Mississippi United Methodist Conference, 1994
    • To focus on vision, 6/4/94, 1D
  • Mississippi University for Women
    • 5.2% upward swing in Fall 1994 enrollment, 9/12/94, 1B
    • After lawsuit, reaching out to men students, 10/28/91, 1A
    • Applications up 20%, enrollment steady, 5/15/89, 1A
    • Backers organize to prevent closing, 2/2/86, 1B
    • Board tells MUW to stress women's studies, 10/20/88, 1A
    • Campus security beefed up; iron gates closed, 10/8/92, 1B
    • Chief: Stress womens studies, 9/15/88, 1A
    • Clare Booth Luce Professorship in Mathematics, 6/6/94, 3B
    • Cleere backing down on name change, 10/15/88, 3B
    • College Board outlines mission, 10/19/88, 1A
    • College Board seeks settlement in discrimination suit, 9/24/91, 3B
    • Committee to cut MUW applicant list, 12/8/88, 3B
    • Consultants weigh alternatives, 7/19/88, 1B
    • Craft appointed, 6/16/88, 1B; 6/17/88, 1B
    • Craft may be named interim President, 6/10/88, 1B; 6/15/88, 3B
    • Crumbling administration building to be razed, 9/4/90, 1B
    • Culbertson happy with new mission, 10/20/88, 1B
    • Despite Ayers, new programs OK'd, 6/17/94, 1A
    • Eugenia Summer Alumni Art Exhibit and Sale, 4/5/92, 1F
    • Evacuation of "Falling Tower," 8/19/88, 1B
    • Firm urges demolition of Simmons Hall, 10/19/89, 3B
    • Fraternities for male students, 12/8/91, 3B
    • Gets $97,896 grant for literacy instruction, 10/5/91, 3B
    • Granted federal funds for after-storm repairs, 11/4/92, 1B
    • Hogan broke the gender barrier, 3/13/88, 1E
    • Inaugural of President Rent celebrates women, 10/10/89, 1D
    • Interim President dies, 10/20/88, 1A
    • Interviews for finalists for presidency begins, 1B; 1/27/89
    • Julie Mabus lauds Columbus Learning Center at MUW, 1/11/89; 2B
    • Lawsuit for males seeks name change, 1/4/90, 1B; 12/22/90, 3B
    • Lawsuit on name change, etc. put on hold, 8/8/91, 3B
    • Lawsuit seeking name, mission, recruitment changes, 7/23/91, 2B
    • Lawsuit settlement reached; name will not change, 9/28/91, 1B
    • Lee named interim president, 10/21/88, 1B
    • Library director David Payne retires, 6/28/92, 2B
    • Men students don't like school's name, 4/23/89, 1A
    • MUW leader likely to be named today, 1A; 1/30/89
    • MUW/MSU cooperation progresses, 2/4/92, 3B
    • Police may close city streets going through campus, 8/25/92, 3B
    • Possible name change, 9/27/87, 1A; 10/4/87, 1A
    • President Clyda Rent begins work, 4/4/89, 1B
    • President Clyda Rent nationally recognized, 9/25/91, 1B
    • President resigns, joins JSU, 5/10/88, 1A
    • Presidential search halted, 7/28/88, 2B
    • Rent installed as president, 10/15/89, 1B
    • Rent named new MUW president, 1A; 1/31/89
    • Rent races at supersonic pace toward success, 2/24/91, 1E
    • Rent said to be revamping school, 4/23/89, 1A
    • Rent was first to interview for president, 1A; 1/28/89
    • Revitalized school now making giant strides, 6/17/91, 1A
    • Searching for part of Clock Tower damaged by storm, 2/12/93, 3B
    • Some male graduates think named should be changed, 7/12/94, 1A, 5A
    • Storm, 3/18/93, 3B; 10/11/92, 1A; 10/12/92, 1A, 5A; 10/13/92, 3B; 10/18/92, 1B
    • Storm: after 1 year clock is striking again, 11/8/93, 1A
    • Storm: repairs completed on landmark gate, 2/15/94, 3B
    • Suit filed for "gender-neutral" name, 8/5/88, 2B
    • Three women are finalists for presidency, 1A; 1/11/89
    • U.S.News & W.R. ranks it highly, 11/25/85, 1B
    • Wants to offer degrees in 7 new areas, 12/26/94, 3B
    • Weathering change, 3/13/88, 1E
    • What is the mission of MUW?, 10/18/88, 1A
    • Women in media is forum topic, 10/25/93, 3B
  • Mississippi University for Women SEE ALSO Rent, Clyda
  • Mississippi Valley Gas Co
    • Asks for 5.2% rate increase, 8/2/85, 1A
    • Co-owners pledge $2M to MSU programs, 3/7/89, 3B
    • Directorship, 2/10/87, 8B
    • Files for rate reduction with PSC, 11/17/92, 7B
    • Granted 4.3% rate increase, 11/9/85, 1A
    • Holleman is new CEO, replacing Edmund Butler, 10/1/93, 5B
    • PSC orders $13.5 million refund for customers, 6/26/93, 1A
    • Refund of $14 million going to customers, 8/26/93, 1A; 10/1/93, 2B
    • To cut next winter's bills by 1.5%, 5/25/90, 6B
    • To drop rates after contract settlement, 4/21/90, 1A
    • Wants to change way its rates are structured, 6/23/92, 6B
  • Mississippi Valley Gas Co SEE ALSO Gasmark Smarthouse
  • Mississippi Valley State University, 9/26/85, 1B; 9/27/85, 1B; 9/28/85, 1B
    • Audit: MVSU bought liquor, didn't collect fees, 11/23/88, 3B
    • Boclair officially appointed president, 1/29/88, 3B
    • Boclair to be acting presiden, 1/28/88, 1A
    • Boyer may be asked to resign, 1/8/88, 1A
    • Chief targets deficit, enrollment, 7/24/88, 1B
    • Closing college would close Itta Bena, 2/2/86, 1B
    • College Board ignores pleas, 4/17/87, 1B
    • Despite Ayers, new programs OK'd, 6/17/94, 1A
    • Ex-clerk may owe $19,000, 7/27/89, 1b
    • Ex-president pleads guilty:tax charge, 8/5/88, 1B
    • Ex-president put on probation, 9/9/88, 1B
    • Finalists for preside, 2/18/88, 3B; 2/19/88, 3B
    • Firm to straighten out books, 9/19/85, 1B; 9/20/85, 2B
    • Funding cut, 4/16/87, 1A
    • Journalism program wins praise, 5/27/90, 2B
    • Missing funds at school, 6/17/89, 1B; 7/20/89, 1B
    • Mom encouraged Sutton, 6/26/88, 1B
    • New president:the 4th, 7/24/88, 1B
    • Passes audit with low score, 3/1/88, 1A
    • Places employee on leave, 6/30/89, 1A
    • President hopes to improve school's image, 7/10/89, 2B
    • School's President to reduce debt, 2/17/89, 3B
    • Search panel to find new president, 1/22/88, 1B; 1/23/88, 3B
    • Settles contract in cost-cutting move, 3/17/89, 1B
    • Supporters stage protest, 1/21/86, 1A
    • Sutton to head Valley State, 4/21/88, 1A
    • To set president's qualifications, 2/18/88, 3B
    • Tries to set financial records straight, 10/31/85, 1B
    • William Sutton inaugurated as president, 11/12/88, 1B
    • Won't get auditor this year, 10/21/88, 1B
  • Mississippi Veterans Home SEE Veterans Nursing Home
  • Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium SEE Memorial Stadium
  • Mississippi Vietnam Veterans Memorial
    • Efforts to raise $1.5 Million underway, 4/29/89, 1B
    • Finalists picked for design, 3/1/90, 5B
    • Funding effort, 7/5/93, 3B
    • Hinds seeking formula for county's contribution, 3/24/90, 2B
    • Hinds supervisors may not donate to memorial, 10/11/90, 5B
    • Inmate's model may spark fund drive, 3/6/94, 2B
    • May go to Gulfport after Biloxi rejection, 3/4/91, 2B
    • Replica on display in Biloxi, 6/5/88, 1A
  • Mississippi Voices for Children
    • Organizational meeting, 6/6/93, 1B
  • Mississippi Watercolor Society, 1/4/87, 1F
    • Annual national competition, 10/25/92, 1F
    • Grand National Exhibition, 9/16/90, 1F
    • Grand National Exhibition at Museum of Art, 10/29/89, 1F
    • Grand National Watercolor Exhibition
      • At Museum of Art, 10/9/94, 1F
  • Mississippi Watermelon Festival, 1988, 7/24/88, 1A
  • Mississippi Watermelon Festival, 1989, 7/20/89, 3F
  • Mississippi Watermelon Festival, 1990, 7/19/90, 8F; 7/20/87, 1B; 7/22/90, 1B
  • Mississippi Watermelon Festival, 1991, 7/18/91, 4E; 7/20/91, 13A
  • Mississippi Watermelon Festival, 1992, 7/16/92, 9E
  • Mississippi Watermelon Festival, 1993
    • Mize makes merry, 7/22/93, 3E
  • Mississippi Wildfire, 11/3/87, 1A; 11/6/87, 1A
  • Mississippi Wildlife Extravaganza
    • At Trade Mart, 8/9/90, 14E
    • Held at Trade Mart, 8/3/89, 5G
  • Mississippi Wildlife Federation
    • Cochran will speak at achievement banquet, 2/22/91, 2B
  • Mississippi Wildlife Heritage Fund
    • Enters 3rd year, 1/31/88, 14D
  • Mississippi Women's Medical Clinic
    • Anti-abortion protests, 3/3/87, 1B
    • Hospitalization of woman prompts probe, 3/29/94, 3B
    • Loses license, 7/28/92, 2B; 7/29/92, 2B; 7/30/92, 1B
    • Moves to new location on Robinson Road Extension, 8/24/93, 5B
    • Tucker gives up Alabama license, 6/30/94, 2B
    • Woman sues Dr. Tucker over botched abortion, 4/30/94, 4B
  • Mississippi Woodworkers Association
    • Donates toys to Red Cross, 12/10/92, 1D
  • Mississippi Writers
    • Calendar by Department of Archives and History, 11/16/93, 1D; 11/20/94, 1G
  • Mississippi Writers Club
    • Holds how-to seminars, 7/13/90, 1E
  • Mississippi Writers' Conference
    • 1st annual conference, July 9, 6/26/88, 3F; 7/5/88, 1C
  • Mississippi Writing-Thinking Institute
    • Teachers' program puts wonder back in learning, 1/30/89; 3B
  • Mississippi Yard Show; Perspectives...
    • Photographs/video by Stephen and Diana Young, 2/23/92, 1F
  • Mississippi's Best Guitar Player contest
    • At Hal & Mal's, 8/20/92, 1D
  • Mississippi's Hometown Hero
    • Country music hopefuls compete, 4/7/94, 1D
  • MISSISSIPPI'S TROUBLED WATERS
    • Four part series, 1/6-9/91, 1A+
  • Mississippi/Alabama Education Improvement Project
    • Frank Clarke, 5/4/92, 1A; 5/21/92, 1B; 6/9/92, 1B
  • Mississippi: The State
    • Book distributed by DECD to corporate prospects, 2/6/92, 5B
  • Mississippiana SEE Collectors; SEE Fitzgerald, F.S.
  • Mississippians
    • Being from Mississippi means different things to different people, 12/3/92, 1D
    • Famous natives, 1/29/87, 1D
    • The most boring Mississippiians, 12/15/93, 1D
  • Mississippians for a New Century
    • Goal is electing black legislators, 6/21/92, 3G
  • Mississippians for Quality Education
    • Supports Mabus, 8/15/87, 1A
  • Mississippians for Quality Life
    • Ministers group opposed to riverboat gambling, 3/30/91, 1B
  • Mississippians Reaching Out
    • Russia to lend art to state thanks to medical airlift, 5/22/93, 3B
  • Mistakes SEE Human errors
  • Mistilis' Restaurant
    • Oxford, 9/19/87, 1B
  • Mistletoe
    • Doyle Ridgeway gathers, 12/22/85, 1B
  • Mistletoe Marketplace, 1986, 10/16/86, Focus, P.1B
  • Mistletoe Marketplace, 1988
    • Creating winter wonderland, 10/25/88, 1C
  • Mistletoe Marketplace, 1989, 11/2/89, 3E
  • Mistletoe Marketplace, 1990
    • Magic of mistletoe, 11/8/90, 6E
  • Mistletoe Marketplace, 1992
    • Attention, holiday shoppers, 11/5/92, 9F
    • Emyl Jenkins' book 'Southern Christmas', 11/4/92, 1D
  • Mistletoe Marketplace, 1993
    • Dixie Chicks, etc, 11/4/93, 3E, 8E; 11/7/93, 2B
  • Mistletoe Marketplace, 1994
    • Builds on tradition, 11/3/94, 5B, 10E
    • Tabloid sized insert, 10/23/94
  • Mitch, Tim
    • Business profile
      • Dunn Construction Company executive, 1/16/89, 4E
  • Mitcham & Co
    • Will market state's economic development program, 4/7/93, 5B
  • Mitchell, George
    • Adviser of urban affairs, 10/9/85, 1B
  • Mitchell, James SEE Williams, Nathan
  • Mitchell, Johnny
    • New York Jets signee wants to build home for grandparents, 5/24/92, 1E
    • Tools stolen; robbers elude police; Mitchell irate, 12/10/93, 1B
  • Mitchell, Judith Paige
    • Former Jacksonian writes way to top in Hollywood, 1D; 1/16/89
    • Jacksonian is Hollywood screenwriter, 1/15/90, 1C
    • Writes, co-produces "Desperate for Love," 1B; 1/20/89
  • Mitchell, Kitty
    • Whitfield volunteer, 3/7/87, 1B
  • Mitchell, Louise
    • Miller pleads guilty, gets life term, 12/8/92, 2B
    • Neighbor boy Stanley Miller charged in her murder, 6/27/91, 1B; 6/28/91, 1B
  • Mitchell, Patrick Michael
    • Man on most-wanted list pleads guilty to robbery, 4/14/94, 2B
  • Mitchener, Frank SEE Fish kills---Cassidy Bayou
  • Mitte, Roy SEE Standard Life Insurance
  • Mitternaechters
    • Country band with German accent, 9/20/90, 9E
  • Mixon, David
    • Pleads guilty to 1986 slaying of Erma Dotson, 1/23/91, 1B
  • Mixon, Marian
    • Charges against her dropped, 1/24/92, 2B
    • Ex-IRS employee charged with murder threat against boss, 10/24/91, 4B; 11/1/91, 2B
  • Mize Police Department
    • Dean killed while on patrol, 11/2/88, 1A
    • Green admits killing Dean, 9/21/89, 3B; 11/3/88, 1A
  • Mize, David
    • Keele Street resident's wedding guests robbed in front yard, 3/1/94, 5B; 3/9/94, 1B
    • Neighborhood residents unite against crime, 3/11/94, 4B
  • Mize, Mississippi, 11/6/88, 5B
    • Glisson's Hamburger House, 4/3/87, 1C
  • Mize, Rick SEE Disc jockeys---D'Iberville
  • Mizell, Patrick
    • Saved by friends after fall from treehouse
      • On 'Rescue 911', 10/20/93, 1B
  • MJB Wood Products
    • Jackson firms gets expansion grant from MP&L program, 12/18/92, 5B
  • MMI Hotel Group
    • Jackson based chain, 4/9/89, 1H
  • MMI of Mississippi
    • Crystal Springs company honored by Connecticut Mutual, 5/6/92, 5B
    • On Inc. magazine's list of 500 fastest growing small firms, 1/28/92, 6B
  • Moak, Amber
    • Girl suffering from anthrogyposis gets special bike for Xmas, 12/22/93, 1B
  • Moak, Bobby
    • Candidate: Economic health top priority, 2/5/88, 1B
    • To run for Dowdy's post, 11/10/87, 1B
  • Moak, Bobby Joe and Ruby
    • McComb couple commits suicide following child abuse inquiry, 8/4/92, 1A
  • Moak, Charles
    • Retires as Ross Barnett Reservoir general manager, 12/19/92, 5B
  • Moak, Henry
    • National Guard general criticized for conduct in Korea, 3/6/90, 1B
  • Moak, Paul SEE Netser, Ezer
  • Moak, Robert SEE Hurricane Andrew
  • Mobile Communications Corp SEE MobileComm
  • Mobile Communications Corporation - SEE MobileComm
  • Mobile home fire, Camden
    • Walter Wair killed in mobile home fire, 3/17/93, 4B
  • Mobile home fire, Ealey
    • Passerby saves boy; 2 sisters die in mobile home, 2/20/93, 1B
  • Mobile home industry
    • Dealers struggle to survive slump, 5/22/88, 1G
    • Promoters trying to change image of mobile homes, 2/5/89, 1G
    • Seeks new image: no more 'trailers', 10/6/94, 5B
    • State Senate rejects regulation bill, 3/13/92, 5B
    • Value to Mississippi: $243.7 million in 1991, 3/1/92, 1C
  • Mobile homes, Clinton
    • City refuses Larry Joe Cooper's placement request, 11/22/91, 4B
  • Mobile homes, Hinds County
    • Parks cramp rural area, 8/22/88, 1A
    • Zoning dispute, 8/30/88, 3B
  • Mobile homes, Jackson
    • Auction held at state fairgrounds, 11/12/89, 1B
    • Dealers protest auction of used trailers, 11/9/89, 1B
    • Landowner in south Jackson says they violate code, 8/24/89, 5B
    • Tenants evicted, 3/27/87, 1A
  • Mobile homes, Mississippi
    • People drawn to their affordability, 3/1/92, 1C
    • Promoters trying to change image, 2/5/89, 1G
    • Stricter regulations on construction go into affect, 7/18/94, 1B
  • Mobile homes, Pearl
    • City bans further dealers, 3/17/94, 4B; 3/20/91, 1B; 3/31/94, 4B; 4/5/95, 4B
  • Mobile homes, Rankin County
    • County to begin assessing $200 fee, 1/12/93, 3B; 12/29/92, 3B
    • New zoning regulations?, 10/4/94, 1B; 10/27/94, 4B; 11/8/94, 5B
    • Ordinance requires homes to be tied down, 12/26/92, 1B
    • Zoning plan modified, 11/12/94, 5B
  • Mobile homes, Raymond
    • Woman Arletha Hutton wants trailer near mother's home, 2/4/92, 5B
  • Mobile Learning Lab
    • Adult students preparation for GED, 3/22/92, 1B
  • Mobile learning lab
    • To teach basic skills to Mississippi workers, 12/9/88, 1B
  • Mobile Mammography Service
    • Sponsored by Forrest General Hospital, 7/28/93, 1D
  • Mobile Medic SEE Emergency medical service, Jackson
  • Mobile Telecommunications Tech SEE MTel
  • Mobile, Alabama
    • Port city with charm, 6/24/90, 1F
  • MobileComm
    • 1st quarter earnings, 1988, 5/26/88, 8B
    • 2nd buyout announced, 1/29/88, 1C
    • Accepts $750 Million BellSouth bid, 2/2/0/88, 8B
    • Apple Computer picks it to provide messaging services, 8/3/93, 5B
    • Approached about sale of paging and cellular-phone business, 4/1/89, 8B
    • Approves merger with BellSouth, 8/25/88, 8B
    • BellSouth buys into, 2/12/86, 8B
    • BellSouth closer to purchase of Jackson-based MCCA, 2/22/89, 8B
    • Danks lobbies for MCCA Tower Project, 2/3/88, 2B
    • Danks: New financing could save tower, 2/4/88, 1D
  • MOBILECOMM
    • DUKES IT OUT WITH MTEL IN PAGING INDUSTRY, 9/26/91, 5B
  • MobileComm
    • Earnings 1st quarter, 5/16/87, 8B
    • Ex-executive charged with embezzlement, 3/14/90, 3B
    • Expansion, 6/26/87, 8B
    • Expects buyout profits down the line, 2/28/86, 8B
    • First nationwide messaging service to operate in 50 states, 1/8/92, 5B
    • Gains control of paging system, 7/10/85, 8B
    • Ground broken for MCCA tower, 12/18/87, 8B
    • Growth over last 10 yrs., 2/16/86, 1I
    • Has good 2nd quarter, 8/8/85, 10B
    • Jackson seeking to recover loan, 7/27/88, 8B
    • Joins satellite consortium, 7/30/87, 8B
    • Keeping a low profile, 9/24/89, 1G
    • Lawsuit against MCI, 8/14/85, 8B
    • Lawsuits seek to block MCCA sale to BellSouth, 2/28/89, 4B
    • Loses bid to halt MCI's sale, 8/29/85, 8B
    • May sell divisions to BellSouth, 1/26/88, 8B
    • MCCA moving to farm bank building, 7/23/88, 8B
    • MCCA pullout puts future of tower in ?, 2/2/88, 1A
    • MCCA-BellSouth deal expected to close soon, 3/28/89, 8B
    • Merger with BellSouth completed, 3/31/89, 8B; 4/5/89, 8B
    • Microsoft Corp invests $50M in MobileComm messaging system, 3/25/94, 8B
    • National companies look at MCCA land, 9/20/88, 8B
    • Office building, 3/19/87, 1A
    • Palmer named Marketer of Year, 11/17/87, 8B
    • Partnership with Swatch for pager watch The Piepser, 3/4/92, 1A
    • Phillips named President of National Saellite Paging, 2/12/88, 8B
    • Plans to sue MCI, 8/3/85, 8B
    • Provides paging service to 1996 Olympics, 12/28/94, 5B
    • Quarter profits increase, 11/3/87, 8B
    • Quarterly loss blamed on expansion, 8/18/88, 8B
    • Radio Shack to sell its personal pagers, 10/15/92, 5B
    • Satellite consortium: future focus, 5/27/88, 8B
    • Seeks MCI deal, 7/27/85, 8B
    • Skypager, 12/20/87, 1H
    • Stock analysis, 5/4/87, 4B
    • Stock goes up, 7/2/86, 8B
    • Switchboards to be eliminated, 1/26/88, 1C
    • To buy American Cellular Telephone, 2/17/86, 8B
    • To close deal with BellSouth, 4/4/89, 8B
    • To provide public satellite service?, 2/9/88, 8B
    • Tower developer sues over project failure, 10/11/88, 8B
    • Tower loses 2nd major tenant, 3/3/88, 8B
    • Tower plan collapse a big loss, 6/7/88, 1A
    • Unveils text paging between U.S. and Canada, 5/14/92, 5B
  • Mobley, Mary Ann
    • Emcee for Fordice's inauguration, 1/14/92, 7A
    • Named Humanitarian of Year, 8/21/87, 1B
    • Returns to state for benefit, 3/18/88, 1D
  • Mockingbird
    • Preying on passersby at Rankin County Courthouse, 6/14/91, 1A
  • Mocktails, 12/24/86, 1D
  • Model T
    • Great American Race (Jacksonians participate), 8/19/86, 1C
  • Model trains
    • Jackson Society of Model Engineers display, 12/1/89, 1E
  • Modeling, 6/7/87, 1E
    • Lingerie model prank caller, 4/11/87, 1A
  • Modeling Agency
    • Plus Models Management, Ltd., 3/30/87, 1B
  • Models
    • Jackson-"Woman's World" works magic, 9/27/88, 1D
    • Kelley McMahan
      • To New York to work for Plus Models, 4/6/88, 1C
    • Male, 5/3/87, 1E
    • Mary Ellen McWhorter Barnes, 10/18/94, 1D
    • Melanie Woods, 7/5/87, 1E
    • Tara Ruffin, 15, of Jackson is a success in New York, 9/24/92, 1D
    • Wanda Geddie, 1/4/87, 1E
  • Modern Dance Collective
    • Lehan to perform with group, 10/12/88, 1D
    • Weekend show, 11/10/89, 1E
  • Moeller Manufacturing Co
    • Black-owned Action Communications takes over plant, 11/6/91, 7B
  • Moffat, Helen
    • Broadmeadow Methodist kindergarten teacher records album, 9/25/89, 1D
  • Moffett, T.K.
    • Tupelo, 2/15/87, 1G
  • Mohamed, Ethel Wright
    • Belzonian receives international recognition for embroidery, 10/19/91, 1A
  • Mohawk Cycle
    • Mound Bayou plant moving to Memphis, 8/10/91, 5B
  • Mohler's Texaco
    • Ocean Springs
      • 62 year-old service station goes independent, 3/17/92, 1A
  • Mojo Nixon and the New Duncan Imperials
    • At Hal & Mal's, 7/15/94, 20E
  • Molasses, 11/10/86, 1A
  • Molpus, Dick
    • Advocates mail-in voter registration, 8/28/88, 4B
    • Asks AG to rule on Fordice's vetoes: which version of bills is law?, 5/8/93, 1A, 13A
    • Awaiting MSU study on lobbyist-reform, 5/10/91, 1B
    • Blasts Dowdy record in 1st debate, 3/4/88, 1A
    • Calls for mail-in voter registration, 1/9/90, 3B
    • Campaign '87, 10/19/87, 1B; 11/4/87, 6A; 11/5/87, 1B
    • Conversation with Candidates, 7/16/87, 1B
    • Dupree makes commercials for Molpus, 2/20/88, 1B
    • Economy, education key issues, 2/11/88, 1B
    • Enlists state's PTAs in 'war' for better schools, 5/4/91, 1A
    • Grisham is keynote speaker at fundraiser for governor's race, 11/17/93, 1B
    • Mabus, Molpus, Moore trio has parted company, 8/19/90, 3H
    • Must get by other Dems to run for governor, 7/11/93, 3G (Minor column)
    • Overcomes '88 campaign mistakes, returns to agenda, 8/27/89, 3H
    • Pays all campaign debts; ready for gubernatorial race?, 2/3/94, 2B
    • Plans 2nd attempt to pass mail-in voter registration, 5/28/89, 1H
    • Praises public schools at PTA convention, 5/12/90, 3B
    • Prepared for race before Stennis decision, 2/19/88, 1A
    • Reveals senior health care plan, 2/19/88, 3B
    • Senator Sam Nunn appears at fund raising event for Molpus, 10/10/89, 1B; 10/15/89, 3H
    • Speaks on education reform at Neshoba County Fair, 8/9/90, 1A
    • Stretching limits of public office, 3/18/90, 1H
    • To ask legislature to reform election laws, 12/27/87, 3B
    • To seek re-election, 5/6/87, 1B
    • To seek Stennis' Senate seat, 12/2/87, 1B
    • Touts education reform at publishers' convention in D.C., 7/23/90, 1B
    • Urges leaders to back new constitution', 12/9/86, 3B
    • Urges officials consider all options for education funding, 11/18/90, 3B
    • Wants election laws 'mishmash' corrected in 1992 Legislature, 6/1/91, 3B
    • Will seek Senate seat
      • 11/17/87
    • Will stay in present job until 1995, then look higher, 12/9/90, 3H
    • Will tell if he will run for Senate, 10/27/87, 3B; 11/7/87, 3B
  • Molpus, Dick SEE ALSO Lobbyists
  • Molpus, Dick SEE ALSO Secretary of State
  • Moman, Charlotte SEE Read to Win
  • Moments Notice
    • Rock'n'blues band at Hal & Mal's, 8/31/89, 10F
  • Momfood
    • Microwave cookery
      • 2/8/89, 1F
  • Monceil, Patrice
    • Rhythm & blues singer hots up Jackson clubs, 8/2/90, 1D
  • Moncrief, Loy SEE Christ Light Ascension Church
  • Money
    • Dollar bill gets 1st major makeover in 65 years, 7/14/94, 5B
    • Knowledge of foreign currency needed for international travel, 10/23/89, 1E
    • Wiring money is quick and convenient, 4/16/90, 1F
  • Money SEE ALSO Pennies
  • Money market accounts
    • Combine checking and savings, 9/11/89, 1E
  • Money orders SEE ALSO Parchman; SEE ALSO Prisoners
  • Money, Eddie
    • Performs at The Dock, 5/7/92, 6E
  • Money-order scams
    • 13 arrested in scam linked to Parchman, 4/2/93, 3B
    • Ex-guard at South Mississippi prison admits smuggling money orders, 9/6/91, 4B
    • Five accused in scam, 7/26/91, 4B
    • Itta Bena woman convicted in scam with son at Parchman, 3/17/93, 3B
    • Jackson deputy city clerk Rachel Summers arrested in scam, 8/28/93, 4B
    • Jackson woman Marsher Smith pleads guilty to scam, 5/5/92, 5B
    • Jackson woman pleads innocent in Green County prison scam, 7/27/90, 2B
    • Missouri woman pleads innocent in scam, 7/31/90, 2B
    • Mone orders redesigned to halt prison scams, 3/27/91, 2B; 4/23/91, 1B
    • New scam-proof money orders to be introduced, 1/8/90, 1B
    • Newly designed order won't be ready until 1991, 7/29/90, 1B
    • Parchman guards arrested in scam, 1/23/93, 1B; 5/4/93, 3B
    • Prison scams on decline, officials hope, 3/28/94, 1B
    • Prisoners now altering 'tamper-resistant' money orders, 5/3/92, 1B
    • Scam at Leakesville facility nets sentences for two, 12/3/91, 2B
    • Uncovered at South Mississippi Correctional Facility, 7/12/90, 1A; 7/14/90, 1A
    • Wife of John Mack Parker pleads guilty to aiding husband, 9/29/90, 1B
  • Mong, Dennis
    • Dying AIDS sufferer hopes his story will prevent others suffering, 11/28/94, 1A
  • Monk, Dewayne
    • Electrician critically burned at Choctaw Maid Farms, 6/18/91, 1B
  • Monk, Vicki
    • Army Reservist loses suit over dismissal from job, 10/7/92, 4B
  • Monkees
    • Play in Mississippi Coliseum, 10/23/86, 1C
  • Monkies SEE Capuchin monkies
  • Monks SEE Tibetan monks
  • Monmouth (Natchez home)
    • A realm for romance, 2/9/90, 1E
  • Monopoly (Game)
    • Championship, 8/27/87, 1E
    • City wide tournament, 8/25/85, 3B
  • Monroe County Sheriff's Department
    • Judge rules 2 fired deputies not at fault, 3/18/94, 3B
  • Monster
    • Gulf Coast, 6/17/87, 1A
  • Montalvo, Jose
    • Agent testifies against, 6/1/85, 1B
    • Conviction upheld, 6/24/87, 1B
    • Guilty of conspiracy, 7/27/86, 1A
    • Medical liscense is not renewed, 1/17/92, 3B
    • Morgan's nephew testifies in drug trial, 7/18/86, 1A
    • Narc testifies at trial, 7/16/86, 1A
    • Sentenced for money laundering, 9/11/86, 1B
    • Testimony starts, 7/15/86, 3B
  • Montalvo, Karen
    • 4 year sentence, 7/31/87, 3B
    • Charged with embezzlement, 10/18/86, 1B
    • Pleads guilty to embezzlement, 6/30/87, 1B
  • Montana's Rock N Roll Rodeo Bar SEE Dorris, Alan
  • Montana, Patsy
    • Concert at University of Mississippi, 8/20/87, 1F
  • Montang, Michael SEE Police beating---Jackson---(Thomas)
  • Monte's Seafood and Pasta
    • Restaurant review, 3/12/92, 4E
  • Monterey United Methodist Church
    • Named church of month by 'Guideposts' magazine, 6/10/89, 1C
  • Montero, Valentin SEE Giachelli brothers
  • Montessori School
    • Vicksburg
      • Raises money for bullet-proof vests for police, 5/8/92, 3B
  • Montford, Tommy
    • Given 13 months sentence for sports betting, 1/26/93, 3B
  • Montgomery, Alabama
    • Cultural and historical offerings, 9/17/89, 1F
  • Montgomery, Ben
    • St. Andrews student in national sailing competition, 5/6/92, 1D
  • Montgomery, Bob
    • AG Mike Moore says senator broke ethics law, 10/9/91, 3B
    • Legislator resigns; repays $51,000; denies wrongdoing, 1/16/92, 1A; 1/26/92, 3G
    • Senator's ethics questioned, 2/24/91, 3H; 3/2/91, 2B; 10/13/91, 3B; 10/14/90, 3H
    • Times retirement with ruling on ethics suit, 12/15/91, 3G
  • Montgomery, Bob SEE ALSO Theme parks
  • Montgomery, G.V.
    • Asks Bush not to nominate him to Cabinet, 11/22/88, 1A
    • At odds with Veterans Administration on budget request
      • 9/12/, 9/12/88, 3B
    • Brings remains of Korean War dead home, 5/28/90, 1A; 5/29/90, 1A
    • Bush team mum on Cabinet post, 11/17/88, 1B
    • Calls aircraft at Columbus Air Force Base unsafe, 4/28/89, 1B
    • Cheney to speak at luncheon in his honor, 10/24/91, 3B; 11/15/91, 3B; 11/16/91, 1B
    • Defends voting record, 1/10/88, 5B
    • Downplays talk re Veterans Administration appointment, 10/30/88, 3H
    • His views on changes in Communist bloc, 12/10/89, 1H
    • Holds on to chairmanship of Veterans Committee, 12/9/92, 1B
    • Honored in Washington for work with National Guard, 9/23/91, 1A
    • Leadership of House veterans committee is challenged, 12/4/92, 1A
    • Likely to turn down VA post, 11/16/88, 1B
    • May be Democrat, but backs GOP ticket, 8/2/92, 8G
    • Montgomery prefers Congress, 11/20/88, 3H
    • Montgomery, Bush have long, close friendship, 1B; 1/15/89
    • On fact-finding mission to study Kurd refugee situation, 4/22/91, 1A
    • Opposition to Clinton's budget may cost him committee chair post, 8/7/93, 13A
    • Possible cuts in Guard and reserves worry him, 4/3/91, 4B
    • Recommends wing status for Meridian Air National Guard squadron, 9/4/91, 3B
    • Recovering well from surgery, 8/11/93, 3B
    • Says Fordice is 'his man, regardless of party', 1/14/92, 7A
    • Says US forces in Persian Gulf area adequate, 9/5/90, 2A
    • U.S. Supreme Court affirms his amendment on National Guard troops, 6/12/90, 7A
    • US Rep. is potential candidate for Sec'y of Vet. Affairs, 11/20/88, 1B
    • Wants military strike if 2nd hostage killed, 8/10/89, 1B
    • Wants to make flag displays on floor or ground illegal, 3/9/89, 1B
    • With Congressional delegation to Middle East, 8/31/90, 2A
  • Montgomery, Jan
    • Audit Department says $48,000 missing from office, 5/4/92, 3B
    • Denies Circuit Clerk office involved in illegal voting procedures, 10/8/81, 2B
    • Former Leflore circuit clerk returns $5958, 5/1/92, 3B
    • Leflore County circuit clerk arrested, 1/5/92, 1A; 2/25/92, 2B
    • Must repay state $74,000, 5/22/92, 3B
    • Pleads guilty on 2 charges, 10/17/92, 1B
    • Trial set for October 19, 10/2/92, 3B
  • Montgomery, Jan SEE ALSO Blackmon, Clara
  • Montgomery, Jan SEE ALSO Elections, 1991---Leflore County...
  • Montgomery, Keith
    • Clinton man enters House race, 3/28/91, 5B
  • Montgomery, Lloyd SEE King Edward Hotel
  • Montgomery, Ray SEE Apartments, Madison
  • Montgomery, Richie
    • Home's where the laughs are, 7/25/88, 1C
  • Monticello Elementary School
    • Geo Club, 11/26/91, 4B
  • Montpelier, Mississippi
    • Postmistress Mary King, 8/1/85, 1A
  • Monty, Robert
    • State senator secretly married, 10/28/92, 1A
    • Wants to downsize Legislature, 11/23/91, 3B
  • Monty, Robert SEE Open meetings
  • Moody, George
    • Challenges junior college leaders to be innovative, 7/21/90, 3B
    • Dies on vacation in Wyoming, 7/2/91, 2B; 7/6/91, 2B
    • Director of junior colleges announces his retirement, 11/6/90, 2B; 12/22/89, 3B
    • Heads Institute for Faculty and Staff Development, 4/24/91, 4B
    • Will get salary hike prior to retirement, 4/21/90, 3B
  • Moody, John
    • JPD officer shot responding to auto burglary, 9/10/94, 1A; 9/11/94, 1B
  • Moody, Rose Marie and Jack
    • Brandon couple raise 3 nieces born in California, 4/11/93, 2E
  • Moody, Tanner SEE Tornadoes---Lauderdale County
  • Moon SEE Apollo 11
  • Moon SEE Blue Moon
  • Moon Britches
    • New designer jeans made in Mississippi, 1/26/90, 6B
  • Moon Pie
    • Genuine slice of Dixie delight, 9/14/91, 7B; 10/8/90, 1D
  • Moon-Hines-Tigrett Operating Co, 2/26/87, 8B
  • Moonlite Cafe
    • Oxford
      • Ron Shapiro owner, 11/5/89, 4E
  • Moonshine
    • Alabama man arrested at still near Leakesville, 11/20/92, 3B
    • Bootleggers guilty of perjury, sentence suspended, 8/27/88, 1B
    • Braxton man's moonshine, truck and still seized, 3/20/91, 2B
    • Fine in moonshine probe, 5/17/88, 1B
    • Hard times, cheap ingredients: more moonshine, 5/15/88, 1A
    • Inmate who drank methyl alcohol dies, 7/16/90, 1A
    • Inmates drink methyl alcohol, thinking it moonshine; 16 hospitalized, 7/15/90, 1A
    • Large still discovered in Holmes County, 11/11/92, 3B
    • Mendenhall man dies after drinking 190-proof alcohol, 12/29/92, 1B
    • Purvis, 11/23/86, 1A
      • 11/23/86, 1A, 11/23/86, 1A
    • Rankin County brew tainted with dead rats, 12/24/92, 1B
    • Second Bolivar inmate dies from methanol poisoning, 7/17/90, 3B; 7/18/90, 3B
    • Still destroyed near Brownsville in Hinds County, 1/31/93, 2B
    • Still distilling, selling in Mississippi, 7/16/88, 3B
    • Still is destroyed, three arrested near Edwards, 7/13/91, 4B
    • Whiskey George Percy among last of dying breed, 4/9/91, 1B
  • Moonwalk
    • Mississippians remember what they were doing on July 20, 1989, 7/20/89, 10-11A
    • Mississippians role in the project, 7/16/89, 1A
  • Moonwalk SEE ALSO NASA
  • Moore , Charles (of Flora) SEE Crime rate, Flora
  • Moore, Allen
    • Northeast Lauderdale football player is paralyzed, 3/3/90, 5B; 12/3/89, 1A
    • Paralyzed football player's family sues helmet maker, 9/4/93, 1B
  • Moore, Bill SEE East Mississippi Community College
  • Moore, Calvin SEE Williams, Nathan
  • Moore, Charles
    • Jackson State University benefactor dies in plane crash, 6/25/88, 3B
  • Moore, Clay SEE Barrett, Courtney
  • Moore, Clay Earl SEE Murder, Brandon
  • Moore, Dana Sue
    • Brandon sales manager dies of self-inflicted wound, 5/4/91, 2B
  • Moore, Darryl SEE Prisoners, Jackson
  • Moore, Darryl SEE Convenience stores, Jackson
  • Moore, David
    • Rosedale craftsman makes bentwood furniture, 11/28/91, 1D
  • Moore, Dorothy, 1/5/87, 1D
    • Concert to benefit Tougaloo scholarship fund, 10/20/89, 1E
    • Gospel singer to top Jubilee! ticket, 12/16/87, 1C
    • In concert at Vicksburg City Auditorium, 3/3/94, 3E
    • Mississippi vocalist goes to Nashville, 12/13/85, 1C
    • Stars at gala for Red Cross, 11/16/90, 1E
    • To perform in Japan, 6/30/89, 1E
  • Moore, Frankie
    • Trapped in her burning car, 5/10/92, 2B; 5/11/92, 3B
  • Moore, James Steven
    • Wins state's largest injury judgement--$20.6 million, 2/26/94, 3B; 7/31/92, 3B
  • Moore, Jerry
    • Philadelphia doctor, 9/30/85, 1C
  • Moore, Jesse
    • Ridgeland
      • Grievances against police chief, 6/19/86, 1B
  • Moore, Jimmy
    • Third-year resident OB/GYN
      • A Day in the Life, 3/2/92, 1D
  • Moore, Lori
    • Blood donors sought for Moore, 10/24/88, 3B
    • Bone-marrow transplant for young girl, 5/25/89, 1A
    • Bone-marrow transplant for young Lori Moore, 5/25/89, 1A
    • Four-year-old cancer patient dies, 9/24/90, 1A
    • Laser light show to benefit Lori, 10/17/88, 1B
    • Lori Moore's transplant goes well, 5/26/89, 1A
    • Lori's Ranch, haven for ill children, proposed at Terry, 10/31/90, 1B
    • Returns home after cancer battle, 6/19/89, 1A
    • Showing few signs of cancer after transplant, 7/24/89, 1A
    • Students give $5,000: bone marrow transplant, 9/24/88, 1A
    • Transplant goes well, 5/26/89, 1A
    • Treated for re-occuring cancer, 3/8/90, 1A
  • Moore, Matthew
    • Assistant Jackson city attorney lost to private practice, 4/24/91, 5B
    • Retained at $20/hour to continue city cases, 5/9/91, 4B
  • Moore, Mike
    • Again backed by MAE as attorney general, 6/30/91, 2B
    • Appears on Morton Downey Show, 2/17/89, 1C
    • Attorney General reveals public advocacy division, 1/9/88, 2B
    • Believes people want tough, ethical attorney general, 8/5/90, 3H
    • Blocked from using state funds in Yalobusha suit, 3/16/89, 1A
    • Building warchest in tough-campaign hedge, 3/10/91, 2H
    • Candidate, 9/30/87, 1B; 10/1/87, 110/14/87, 1B; 10/28/87, 1B; 10/29/87, 1B
    • Challenges Danks to debate, 8/11/87, 1B
    • Coast cases still making waves for staff, 5/22/88, 1A
    • Conversation with the Candidates, 6/26/87, 1B
    • DA's office training cities for war on drugs, 3/12/90, 4B
    • Facing 2 issues that may sink his political career, 11/4/90, 3H
    • Files suit against Dale Danks, 7/16/87, 1B; 7/17/87, 1B
    • Has hired media professional to improve image, 6/3/90, 3H
    • Has no plans to change jobs, 1/26/93, 3B
    • His loss in 5th District race will not be fatal to career, 10/4/89, 1A
    • If re-elected wants new drug-fighting powers, 8/20/91, 1B
    • Ignored political wisdom, flew in face of lawmakers, 3/5/89, 1H
    • Integrity unit in Attorney General's office, 5/31/87, 4B
    • Joins Bush and Thornburgh in denouncing crime bill, 9/13/90, 2B
    • Judge Coleman says he broke rules discussing evidence, 8/17/89, 1A
    • Lobbyists irked at his fund raising while he calls for reform, 3/24/92, 1A
    • Mabus, Molpus, Moore trio has parted company, 8/19/90, 3H
    • National highway officials to honor Moore, 18 law officers, 3/27/89, 2B
    • Opening in AG's office starts rumors, 9/24/89, 1H
    • Pact with convicted gambler may be probed, 2/22/88, 1B
    • Pushes for national crime bill before Congress, 8/10/94, 3B
    • Releases tax returns, 7/16/87, 3B
    • Said 'seriuosly considering' Congressional bid, 8/20/89, 2B
    • Says 'imaginative legislation' could deter drug users, 6/2/89, 3B
    • Says didn't influence jury in probe, 2/28/88, 2B
    • Says he will seek re-election, 2/10/91, 2B
    • Says lobbyists control legislation in Mississippi, 9/25/90, 1B
    • Scuffles with lawyer James Winfield in Vicksburg courtroom, 10/3/90, 1A; 10/7/90, 3H
    • Seeks Supreme Court ruling on voters' right to strike down laws, 8/1/90, 2B
    • Sues to close all bingo parlors, 1/24/90, 1A
    • Sues tobacco companies for health-care costs to state, 5/24/94, 1A; 6/21/94, 1B
    • Television debate, 11/2/87, 1A
    • Tries to focus House race on ethics, tax returns, 9/27/89, 2B
    • Video poker machines illegal, 2/3/88, 1B
    • White-collar crime busting paying political dividends, 2/2/92, 1G (analysis)
    • Will prosecute man in retrial for sexual torture and slaying, 6/22/89, 3B
    • Will run to fill Larkin Smith's post, 8/27/89, 1B, 3H
    • Wins, 11/4/87, 1A; 11/5/87, 1B
    • Withdraws opinion on Natchez appointments, 10/28/89, 1B
  • Moore, Mike SEE ALSO Attorney General
  • Moore, Mike SEE ALSO Cigarette smoking, Mississippi
  • Moore, Mike (lawsuit with Molpus) SEE Mississippi Constitution
  • Moore, Reginald
    • Charged with hijacking van carrying churchgoers, 3/1/94, 1B
  • Moore, Reverend James
    • Gospel singer will record album in Jackson, 2/17/90, 1D
  • Moore, Ricky
    • Teenager admits kidnapping of Pearl clerk
      • Implicates 3 others, 1/11/94, 5B
  • Moore, Ricky SEE City employees
  • Moore, Robert SEE Elections--1991--Leflore County...
  • Moore, Rodger SEE MADD
  • Moore, Ross
    • Millsaps history professor, 4/19/87, 1A
  • Moore, Royal Benjamin SEE Jones, Robert Gary
  • Moore, Sebastian SEE Pittman, William
  • Moore, Sonya Jenise
    • Kindergartner struck by truck after getting off school bus, 12/15/93, 1A
  • Moore, T.B. SEE Carl F.H. Henry Essay Contest
  • Moore, Thomas
    • Former Gulfport gym manager arrested in steroid case, 2/21/92, 3B
  • Moore, Timothy Stephen
    • He and Diana Ledford, fugitives, sought on Coast, 4/16/94, 4B
  • Moore, Van E
    • Tippah County justice court judge frees 74 without hearing, 8/21/90, 1B
  • Moore, Willie
    • Arcola police chief shot 3 times; in stable condition, 11/1/93, 2B
  • Moorehead, Doyle
    • Reformed Theological Seminary vp for planned giving, 3/17/90, 1D
  • Moorhead, James
    • Bribery trial of police officer begins, 6/24/86, 1B
    • Ex-wife & son to reunite, 9/7/86, 1A
    • FBI tracks down, 9/6/86, 1A
    • Gets 4 year term, 10/25/86, 1A
    • Holmes bank embezzler leaves prison, 12/24/87, 1A
    • Life and times, 9/28/86, 1A
  • Moorhead, Kent
    • Mississippi director wraps up film, 8/22/85, 1G
  • Moppert, L. Steven
    • Artist's ballet paintings on display at Museum of Art, 7/15/90, 1F
  • Mora, Francisco SEE Catlett, Elizabeth
  • Morales, Carmen and Roberto
    • Nicaragua-born couple now proud Americans, 11/26/92, 1A
  • Moran Canvas Products, Inc.
    • Jackson manufacturer of awnings, tarpaulins, and canopies, 2/4/89; 8B
  • Moran, Leonard
    • Heart attack victim revived by strangers, 2/23/89, 1A; 12/3/89, 1B
  • Moran, Mary
    • Business profile
      • Moran Canvas Co, 5/22/89, 5E
  • Moran, Robert
    • Named District Attorney for 9th Circuit; state's first black DA, 2/13/91, 1B
  • More Than Just Words
    • Ridgeland gospel group highly rated, 2/27/93, 1D
  • Morea, Robert SEE Hunting
  • Morehead, Billy
    • Auditor candidate touts accounting background, 8/21/91, 1B
    • Democrat enters race for state auditor, 6/20/91, 2B
    • Endorses Hood in second primary, 9/20/91, 2B
  • Morgan Freeman Arts and Entertainment Center
    • SEE Young People in Action Ministries
  • Morgan Keegan & Co
    • Jackson
      • No fee day on Mississippi stocks, 8/10/87, 4B
  • Morgan, Clarence
    • Kosciusko judge and civic leader dies, 12/30/92, 3B
  • Morgan, Frank SEE State Board of Medical Licensure
  • Morgan, Ira 'Shine'
    • Oxford merchant/politician a great raconteur, 2/2/92, 3G
  • Morgan, Jerry L
    • Leake County man honored for saving child, 3/4/94, 1A
  • Morgan, Junious
    • Arrested in Jamaica, 5/13/87, 1A
    • Disappears, 7/26/86, 1A
    • Eludes Feds, 7/29/86, 1A
    • Expected to be returned to U.S. for sentencing, 10/5/90, 1A
    • Extradited dentist gets 15-year sentence, 12/18/90, 1B
    • Extradition agreement limits sentence and fines, 10/10/90, 1A
    • Facing witness intimidation charges in wife's trial, 6/10/93, 2B
    • Fugitive Jamaican, 12/16/86, 1B
    • Judge OKs extradition, 6/5/87, 4B
    • Sought in Jamaica killing, 5/8/87, 1A
    • Trial, 7/24/86, 1B; 7/25/87, 1B
  • Morgan, Junious SEE ALSO Morgan, Reva
  • Morgan, Lorrie
    • At Dixie National, 2/8/90, 3E
  • Morgan, Lucy
    • Hattiesburg-born woman Included in book 'Women on Deadline', 1/24/93, 3G
  • Morgan, Mike
    • Blues guitarist at The Dock, 4/12/90, 11E
  • Morgan, Reva
    • Fugitive wife of Junious Morgan arrested in Miami, 1/12/93, 2B; 12/24/92, 1B
    • Helped husband flee country, jurors told, 6/2/93, 4B
  • Morgan, Reva SEE ALSO Morgan, Junious
  • Morgan, Robert
    • Mississippi Methodists honor departing bishop, 8/8/92, 1D; 8/9/92, 1B
  • Morgan, Ron SEE Childre, Mitch
  • Morgan, William SEE Hostages, Vernon, Alabama
  • Morgenstern, Sheldon
    • Interim Symphony director leaves, 6/16/87, 1D
  • Morgues
    • County coroners seek to build, 2/14/89, 1A
  • Mori Luggage & Gifts Inc, 5/20/86, 8B
  • Morley, John
    • Jackson-based FBI agent transfered to Washington, D.C., 7/5/92, 1E
  • Mormon missionaries
    • Mom away from home to missionaries in Jackson, 5/13/89, 1C
    • Riding bikes gives visibility, 6/30/90, 1D
    • Yazoo City woman is missionary to South Dakota, 10/14/89, 1D
    • Young men find common ground as missionaries, 7/28/90, 1D
  • Mormons
    • Eva Oryang, 1st black woman missionary for church in Mississippi, 6/22/91, 1D
    • Family History Center in Clinton, 2/24/90, 1D
    • Jackson Stake has new leader, Clyde Black, 12/12/92, 1D
    • Jackson ward of Church names new bishop, 8/12/89, 1D
    • New church in Clinton, 3/22/86, 1D
    • Volunteer youths on Saturday clean-up campaign, 8/10/90, 5B
  • Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church - SEE Pritchard, George
  • MORR-SIGHT
    • Mobile eye-care clinic, 6/3/94, 5B
  • Morris Ice Co
    • 108 yrs old, sold, becomes Jackson Ice Co, 10/1/88, 8B
  • Morris, Cedric SEE Dew, Bradley
  • Morris, Jackie
    • Returns money, 3/13/87, 1A
  • Morris, Jim
    • Toy soldier collection, 1/17/87, 1A
  • Morris, Leonard
    • Batesville man is black legislator from white district, 2/7/93, 3G
  • Morris, Leonard SEE Mississippi School Boards Association
  • Morris, Leyser
    • Made full-time Jackson police attorney, 7/31/93, 4B; 10/24/94, 3B
  • Morris, Loraine SEE Cooking With Our Cousins
  • Morris, Marcus
    • Slain MSU student honored by scholarships, 6/2/92, 3B
  • Morris, Robert T SEE Drug raids, Jackson
  • Morris, Rose
    • Encourages youth to clean up central Jackson neighborhood, 5/6/94, 1E
  • Morris, Thomas
    • Cleveland lawyer on trial for drug-money laundering, 7/20/94, 3B
  • Morris, William H
    • Insurance executive, 2/19/87, 8B
  • Morris, Willie
    • "Good Old Boy" movie on Disney Channel, 11/11/88, 1D
    • After All, It's Only a Game (book review), 3/7/93, 3G; 10/30/92, 1E
    • Book 'New York Days' is published, 8/25/93, 1D (includes review)
    • Collaborates with William Dunlap on book 'Homecomings', 11/16/89, 1D
    • Disney gets dream dog, 7/28/88, 1F
    • Good Old Boy
      • To be filmed, 9/3/87, 1A
    • Joins Evans in talk on Judah Benjamin, 10/28/88, 1D
    • Notable nuptials: Morris to marry JoAnn Prichard, 9/14/90, 1E
    • Oxford guests attend debut, 11/12/88, 1A
    • Remembering Hitler and how the Luftwaffe spared Yazoo City, 3/10/93, 1D
  • Morrison Brothers Music
    • Steve and Mike Morrison, owners
      • How's business?, 1/26/93, 6B
  • Morrison Heights Baptist Church
    • 'The Reunion...' extravaganza, 12/15/94, 9F
    • Members do missionary work in Kenya, 6/16/90, 1D
    • Singing Christmas Tree, 12/9/89, 1D
  • Morrison's Cafeterias
    • Closes, 11/14/86, 1A; 11/15/86, 1B
    • Income from cafeterias down 41% during 1st quarter, 5/14/90, 15E
    • May franchise Cock of the Walk, 5/29/87, 8B
    • Writedown on lodging chain hurts earnings, 4/9/90, 12E
  • Morrison, Jimmy SEE Truck drivers---Laurel
  • Morrison, Lee SEE McKinney, Bentley
  • Morrison, Tommie
    • Max Contemporary Furnishings
      • Business profile, 1/15/90, 2F
  • Morrison, Winsor
    • UMC physician rebuilds nose/throat program, 7/14/93, 10A
  • Morson Road SEE Burglary, Jackson
  • Mortality rate
    • Mississippi
      • State near top of list on residents' mortality rate, 9/17/90, 1B
  • Mortgage rates
    • Jackson
      • Banks offer 8 3/4 % loans, 10/18/88, 8B
      • Beginning to climb, 6/5/86, 10B
      • How low can they go?, 3/3/93, 5B
      • Paying off as rates decline, 3/2/86, 1H
      • Take upward turn, 9/13/86, 8B
    • Mississippi
      • ARMs losing hold on home buyers, 11/12/85, 8B
      • Desert Storm callups swamp VA office for 7% home loans, 5/4/91, 5B
      • Home owners rush to refinance at present low rates, 1/6/92, 4B
      • Lenders busy as low interest rates help buyers, 6/14/86, 8B
      • On rise again after being low, 2/1/92, 5B
      • State bond sale means lower rates, 9/18/85, 1A
      • Timing is right to buy a house, 10/9/91, 4B
      • VA rates lowest in four years; local market to benefit, 9/18/91, 4B
  • Mortgages
    • 15-year mortgage is becoming popular, 7/31/89, 1F
    • Discount points discussed, 3/23/92, 4B
    • Go to mortgage lender before you house hunt, 1/21/91, 4B
    • Mississippi has highest delinquency rate for payments, 5/31/91, 5B; 11/27/91, 5B
    • New home loans may be offered, 3/2/88, 8B
    • Refinancing, 3/23/86, 1G
    • Reverse mortgages can provide homeowners with cash, 2/24/94, 5B
    • Survey finds state 2nd in mortgage defaults, 9/7/91, 6B
    • Twice a month house payments saves thousands in interest, 11/12/90, 4B
  • Morton International
    • Chemical leak from Moss Point plant is plugged, 6/9/90, 1A
  • Morton Police Department
    • Suit charges police struck, injured handcuffed man, 8/1/91, 3B
  • Morton, James Park
    • Dean of St. John the Divine speaks on environment at St. Andrew's, 5/24/91, 1E
  • Mosal, Margaret
    • Obituary, 7/15/87, 2B
  • Mosby, Gail
    • Body to be exhumed, 12/10/92, 4B
    • Case goes to grand jury, 1/22/93, 4B
    • Death tied to lesbian affair, defense says, 10/12/94, 4B
    • Hit man Billy Ray Ford found guilty, 10/14/94, 4B
    • Three suspects charged in her death, 12/9/92, 4B
    • Trial of 3 defendants, 10/11/94, 5B
    • Woman drowns in bathtub, 5/25/92, 2B
  • Mosinee Paper Corp
    • Holds groundbreaking for wax laminated paper plant in Jackson, 12/15/90, 6B
  • Moslems
    • Group seeks to minister to Mississippi inmates, 6/23/90, 1D
    • Marion County Retreat, 8/22/87, 1C; 8/23/87, 1B
  • Moslems SEE ALSO Muslims
  • Mosler, Matt
    • Mississippi Morning host a practicing Christian, 5/30/92, 1D
  • Mosler, Matt SEE ALSO Mississippi Morning
  • Mosley, James
    • Dies after unsuccessful transplant surgery, 11/28/90, 1B
    • On heart pump awaiting transplant, 11/17/90, 1B
  • Mosley, Jessie
    • Director of Smith Robertson Museum, 6/30/91, 1E
    • JSU will honor Smith Robertson Museum founder, 11/26/93, 5B
    • Street may be renamed for Smith Robertson founder, 9/28/93, 5B
  • Mosley, Joe Nathan
    • 8th Parchman inmate to die within 1 month, 1/12/94, 1B
  • Mosley, Walter
    • President Clinton's favorite mystery writer, 3/7/93, 3F
  • Mosquitoes
    • Asian variety in Mississippi, 5/26/87, 1A
    • Coast communities having funding problems, 10/27/91, 7B
    • Heavy rains will bring many mosquitoes, 7/7/89, 1A
    • Hinds County debates spraying costs, 5/9/93, 4B
    • Horn Island, 7/12/87, 1B
    • March brings out mosquitoes and mosquitoes specialists, 3/12/90, 2B
    • Pest control, 7/19/85, 1B
    • Potentially dangerous variety found in Jackson, 5/14/86, 1A
    • Spraying cut back on coast due to budget cuts, 6/30/91, 3B
    • State will have bad season, 6/3/91, 1A
    • Supervisor Vickery to ask Jackson to stop spraying till needed, 7/9/93, 4B
  • Moss SEE Spanish moss
  • Moss Point High School
    • Yearbook goes video, 2/19/91, 4B
  • Moss Point Marine Inc
    • Building landing craft for U.S. Army, 9/29/91, 1C
    • Granted trade status, 3/25/88, 8B
  • Moss Point, Mississippi
    • Lays of more city workers, 5/12/94, 2B
    • Neighborhood Watch program, 10/16/92, 1B
    • Will it be the next New Orleans?, 11/21/88, 1D
  • Moss, Joe
    • Hinds County prosecuting attorney says he needs more staff, 2/4/92, 5B
  • Moss, Sid
    • Accepts lesser Forestry Commission job, 12/14/90, 2B
    • State forester says Forestry Commission plants to oust him, 9/5/90, 1B; 9/6/90, 1B
  • Moss, William
    • Retirement, 2/17/87, 1B
  • Most wanted list SEE Crime Stoppers
  • Motels and hotels, Biloxi
    • Developer pulls out of waterfront project, 7/11/89, 5B
    • Royal d'Iberville's repossession put on hold, 1/7/89; 4B
  • Motels and hotels, Brookhaven
    • Inez Hotel, 12/2/87, 1B
  • Motels and hotels, Clinton
    • Aldermen clear way for construction of Hampton Inn, 5/9/91, 4B
  • Motels and hotels, Gulf Coast
    • Financial worries, 7/5/87, 1G
    • Judge approves plan to bail out coast hotels, 3/2/89, 4B
  • Motels and hotels, Jackson
    • Find county line area promising, 8/16/85, 8B
    • Proposed 300 room hotel:Riverside Park, 3/4/88, 1A
    • Stabbings at Classic Motel on I-55, 9/27/89, 5B
    • Vacancies, 6/1/86, 1I
    • Vacancy rates, 2/4/87, 8B
    • Wilson Inn construction on High Street, 12/22/89, 6B
  • Motels and hotels, Mississippi
    • Occupancy down, room rates down, 11/1/87, 3G
  • Mother's Day
    • Telephone lines busy, 5/9/92, 5B
  • Mothers
    • First days back at work after pregnancy leave, 1/31/92, 1E
    • Mothers supporting mothers, 5/13/90, 1E
    • Mothers' Day observance, 5/10/87, 1E
    • Nominations solicited for Mississippi MOM of the Year, 1/26/94, 1D
    • Ola Carson set mothering standard for 5 generations, 5/9/93, 1E
    • Through the eyes of their 1st grade children, 5/8/94, 1E
  • Mothers SEE ALSO Unwed mothers
  • Mothers Against Drunk Drivers SEE MADD
  • Mothers Against Drunk Driving SEE MADD
  • Moths
    • Danger to clothing, 5/6/86, 1C
  • Motion pictures
    • 'A Time to Kill:' may be filmed in Oxford, 8/21/94, 3B
    • 'Forrest Gump' actor 9-year old Mississippian Michael Humphries, 77/794, 1D
    • 'Good Old Boy', 7/10/88, 1E
    • 'Good Old Boy' filming in Natchez, 6/6/88, 1D
    • 'Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag' filmed in Oxford, 1/12/92, 1F; 2/5/92, 1D; 12/4/91, 3B
    • 'Heartbreak Hotel' filmed at Ole Miss, 2/26/88, 1C
    • 'Heartbreak Hotel' to be shot in Oxford?, 12/2/87, 8B
    • 'Last Temptation:' distorted view, 8/2/88, 1A
    • 'Lion King' doing roaring business, 7/26/94, 1A
    • 'Man in the Moon:' local extra call, 2/9/90, 1E
    • 'Miss Firecracker Contest', 6/12/88, 1E
    • 'Miss Firecracker Contest' cast here, 5/22/88, 3E
    • 'Miss Firecracker' director coaches team, 7/3/88, 1E
    • 'Miss Firecracker' lights up Yazoo, 5/22/88, 1E
    • 'Mississippi Burning', 2/8/88, 1B
    • 'The Firm' filming in Memphis calls for extras, 10/18/92, 7B
    • 'The Firm'; opens locally, 6/30/93, 1D; 7/1/93, 1B; 7/2/93, 1E
    • 'The Paper': reel paper vs. a real paper, 4/14/94, 1D
    • Amistad Incident made in Mississippi, 6/3/88, 1E
    • Bosworth film crew denied use of Capitol, heads for Arkansas, 8/5/90, 1B, 8/8/90, 3B
    • Bosworth film crew on coast goes on strike, 7/17/90, 2B
    • Costner film auditions 400 state children, 7/3/93, 3B; 8/6/93, 1E
    • Film audition workshop, 7/1/88, 1D
    • Film company wants abandoned buildings to blow up in movie, 4/2/94, 1A
    • Grisham novel 'The Client' looks for local talent, 2/6/93, 3B
    • Gulfport man Jeffrey Smith making horror movie, 9/6/91, 1E
    • Highway 49 to close for filming, 4/18/88, 3B
    • Hinds Courthouse may be used in Bosworth movie instead of Capitol, 7/3/90, 1B
    • Huck Finn movie locally popular, 4/2/93, 1E
    • Huck Finn to be filmed in Natchez, 7/5/92, 1E; 9/3/92, 1D
    • Legislators wary of letting Bosworth movie be made at Capitol, 6/21/90, 6/24/90, 1B
    • Lineup for 1991, 1/31/91, 6E
    • List of '88 Mississippi-made films, 10/30/88, 21G
    • Look what's on tap for Fall 1990, 9/6/90, 8E
    • Mabus poised to douse fires from "Mississippi Burning," 11/30/88, 1B
    • Mendenhall men starstruck, 3/21/88, 1B
    • Mississippi hot place for films, producer says, 9/20/89, 6B
    • Mississippians' interest in movies, 7/1/88, 1B
    • Movie makers target state, 2/5/88, 1C
    • Movies listed with cast, other info, 2/5/88, 1C
    • New director of film office, 10/30/88, 1G
    • Parents struggle to decide movies kids can see, 7/21/93, 1D
    • Script by Greenwood's Kathy McCormick may be filmed there, 7/21/92, 1D
    • Series reels off films of Mississippi writings, 7/8/88, 1C
    • Studio will release "Last Temptation of Christ" early, 8/5/88, 1A
    • Summer movies, 1991, 5/23/91, 8E
    • Summer movies, 1993, 5/20/93, 8E
    • Summer movies, 1994, 5/26/94, 13E
  • Motion pictures SEE ALSO Bosworth, Brian; SEE ALSO Movie theaters
  • Motley Crue
    • In concert at Coliseum, 1/18/90, 3F
  • Motor Vehicle Commission
    • General's office probes handling of case, 2/3/88, 1A
    • Officials reaffirm firings, 2/18/88, 1A; 3/20/90, 3B
    • Oustalet named chief, 3/16/88, 4B
    • Restricts "tent sales," 3/17/88, 8B
  • Motorcycle club
    • Distance Riders Motorcycle Club parades for children, 5/7/89, 4B
  • Motorcycle race
    • Pole Pen Nationals
      • Goodman, 8/30/87, 1B
  • Motorcycle Roundup
    • At Itta Bena, 8/5/89, 1B
  • Motorcycles
    • Correro rides off-road cycle from Alabama to Pacific Coast, 9/12/94, 1D
    • Cyclist on stolen Honda injured after police chase, 9/16/89, 5B
    • Cyclists, use your head and use your helmet, 6/16/93, 1D
    • Golden Wing Road Riders Association, 4/22/90, 1E
    • Handicap parking decals, 5/15/92, 1E
    • Harley Owners Group rides for Muscular Dystrophy Association, 7/20/91, 4B
    • Jackson cycle shop is Harley-Davidson dealer, 7/2/89, 1G
    • Jackson cyclist dies after hitting car, 7/28/90, 5B
    • Jackson cyclist Eric Shearrill killed; driver of car charged, 3/2/92, 1B; 3/3/92, 5B
  • Moulder, George
    • Files lawsuit against Bail Bond Company bounty hunters, 3/14/91, 1B
    • Parolee may be returned to prison after arrest, 3/15/91, 1B
  • Moulder, Stacy Lynn
    • State's 'Dreamer and Doer' honored at Disney World, 8/13/91, 4B
  • Mound Bayou Public Schools
    • Board members must be bonded, or they will be removed, 9/1/90, 1A
    • Boyd charges gross financial mismanagement, 10/14/89, 2B
    • Facing loss of accreditation, 3/27/90, 1A
    • Holmes stole lunch money, probe contents, 12/15/90, 1B
    • No quick fix seen for problems, 9/19/92, 2B
    • Panel votes to keep probation, 5/5/90, 1B
    • Placed ,n probation, 12/7/89, 1B
    • Private giving helps keep shools afloat, 2/5/89, 11A
    • Residents say more money would solve problems, 10/25/89, 4B
    • School chief Arthur Holmes indicted, 6/9/90, 4B
    • State may have to pay for school lunch program, 9/21/90, 1A
    • State may take control, 8/21/92, 1A; 8/22/92, 1A; 8/25/92, 1B
    • Town vows to upgrade two schools, 10/8/92, 1A; 10/9/92, 1B
  • Mound Bayou Public Schools SEE ALSO Langdon, Jimmie
  • Mound Bayou, Mississippi
    • Budget impasse shuts down services, 10/3/91, 1A; 10/7/91, 1A
    • Centennial, 7/13/87, 1A
    • City government in uproar, 2/24/93, 2B
    • Controversy over 1989 mayor's race, 11/17/92, 1A
    • Deal made to end budget impasse, 10/10/91, 1B
    • Former housing official Nash pleads guilty to embezzlement, 11/13/91, 2B
    • Holmes stole school lunch money, official says, 12/15/90, 1B
    • New administration promises to pay old debts, 12/16/92, 3B
    • New mayor Nerissa Norman takes aim at city debt, 7/26/93, 1A
    • Residents find little prejudice, 9/24/89, 1H
    • School chief Arthur Holmes is indicted, 6/9/90, 4B
    • Schools charged with financial mismanagement, 10/14/89, 2B
    • Seeking ways to improve sagging local economy, 11/19/90, 1B
  • Mound, Louisiana
    • Old plantation, 6/1/86, 1C
  • Mounger, William
    • Opposes sale of Rankin bank, 3/28/86, 8B
  • Mount Center M.B. Chruch
    • Rural Madison County church burns, 12/10/92, 1B
  • Mount Charity Baptist Church, 6/20/87, 1D
  • Mount Holly Plantation
    • Bed & Breakfast in Foote, Mississippi
      • Weekend getaway, 12/27/90, 3E
  • Mount Locust Inn
    • On Natchez Trace
      • Weekend getaway, 8/5/93, 3E
  • Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Cemetery
    • Leland
      • Ware family sues company over damages, 11/11/91, 2B
  • Mount Olive, Mississippi
    • Gets Block Grant to finance sewer and water systems, 2/8/91, 5B
  • Mount Wade Volunteer Fire Department
    • Dream come true for residents, 2/1/92, 4B
  • Mountain Bike Championship, 10/19/87, 1B; 11/3/92, 1D
  • Mouse (fried) SEE Popeyes Famous Chicken
  • Mouton
    • Shear chic
      • At Shirley's Nostaglia Collection in Jackson, 2/11/92, 1D
  • Movie Star Inc
    • Betty Krayosky
      • 11/23/86, 1H
    • Mississippi plants affected by sale, 11/19/87, 8B
    • Popularville plant workers push to keep tax break, 2/9/94, 3B
  • Movie Star Inc SEE ALSO Nazareth/Century Mills
  • Movie stars
    • Who has the right stuff? Mississippians cast votes, 12/26/91, 1D
  • Movie theaters
    • 10 screen complex to open, 8/18/87, 1C
    • Deville Cinema to close, 6/5/89, 1D
    • General Cinema Metrocenter to be bought by Cobb Theaters, 11/12/91, 1D
    • Meadowbrook Cinema to close, 12/28/91, 4B
    • Summer movies for children, 6/10/91, 1D; 6/10/92, 1D
    • Talking during movie, 3/6/87, 1C
  • Movie theaters SEE ALSO Drive-in theaters
  • Movie theaters SEE ALSO Hoka Theater
  • Movie theaters SEE ALSO United Artists Parkway Place
  • Movies SEE Motion pictures
  • Moving SEE Household moving
  • Moving pictures SEE Motion pictures
  • Moyers, Edward
    • Ex-MidSouth chief touts Illinois Central, 10/19/90, 7B
    • Plans to retire from Illionis Central, 12/24/92, 4B
  • MP&L
    • $500,000 fine proposed, 6/4/85, 1A
    • Accounting change will increase rates, 7/16/88, 8B
    • Allowed by PSC to set rates without public hearings, 12/28/90, 6B
    • AP&L official to replace Lutken as MP&L president (Bemis), 12/2/88, 10B
    • Appeal could hurt financial status, 10/17/85, 1B
    • Asks for rate hike, bit less than court allows, 8/13/88, 1A
    • Audit clears of cost overruns, 6/27/85, 1A; 6/28/85, 1A
    • Bankruptcy looms, 9/1/85, 1A
    • Bankruptcy was option in Grand Gulf case in 1985, 8/2/89, 1A
    • Better bond rating could lower electric bills, 11/12/88, 8B
    • Bond, 6/6/87, 8B; 6/12/87, 8B
    • Buys $4 million jet after raising rates, 3/13/89, 1A
    • Campaign to bolster image, 12/1/85, 1A
    • CEO Michael Bemis going to LP&L, 11/28/91, 4B
    • Cities & counties benefit from Grand Gulf taxes, 8/9/86, 1A
    • Court decision allows higher rate, 6/2/87, 1A
    • Court voids PSC order, 3/17/87, 1A
    • Customer refunds Summer 1994, 5/20/94, 6B
    • Customers face 5.3% rate increase, 9/29/88, 1B
    • Customers may get refunds, 8/2/86, 1A
    • Customers to get 'refunds' by way of smaller bills, 1/30/91, 6B
    • Customers to get refunds by October, 8/31/89, 1B
    • Customers won't pay for Grand Gulf 2, 7/25/89, 1A
    • Decides against 4th qtr. dividend, 11/21/85, 8B
    • Decides against requirement for additional security deposit, 2/9/91, 6B
    • Defendant as 10 cities challenge utility service limits, 11/16/94, 5B
    • Development seminar, 4/11/86, 8B
    • Downsizing may lower rates, 5/21/93, 5B
    • Earn-while-you-learn program at Lanier, 4/2/91, 4B
    • Economic Development Forum advocates low taxes, strong leaders, 4/18/91, 5B
    • Eliminating up to 300 jobs in Mississippi, 4/4/91, 1A
    • Emergency set aside money of $9.3 Million, 9/27/89, 6B
    • Executive salary payroll tops $1.8 Million, 6/15/91, 1A
    • Expert: Bankruptcy won't hurt MP&L, 4/14/88, 8B
    • Federal regulator denies rate cut, 12/2/87, 8B
    • Federal regulators to rule on Grand Gulf operating expense, 8/15/91, 5B
    • Financial problem, 9/28/86, 1F
    • Forum Three
      • Leaders share development idea, 5/25/88, 8B
    • Giving grants to keep students in school, 4/27/90, 2B
    • Grand Gulf, 1/7/87, 1A
    • Grand Gulf allocation, 4/4/87, 1A
    • Grand Gulf settlement distribution to be decided by PSC, 8/24/91, 5B
    • Grand Gulf settlement may mean rate cut and refund, 5/22/91, 5B; 5/23/91, 6B; 5/25/91, 5B
    • Grand Gulf woes, 5/16/87, 8B
    • Heat pump invention shines for MP&L, 10/5/88, 8B
    • HIGH RATES TO PAY FOR GRAND GULF HAMPERING ECONOMIC GROWTH, 9/15/91, 1C
    • If PSC agrees to settlement, a refund possible, 9/21/90, 1B
    • If suits against pipeline company settled, refunds possible, 8/25/90, 1B
    • Jackson workers to be transfered to New Orleans, 10/9/90, 6B
    • Jerry L. Maulden named chairman, 3/11/89, 4B
    • Labor unions accuse MP&L of bypassing state labor, 2/28/91, 6B
    • Lawsuit settlement could lower electric bills, 10/30/90, 6B; 12/20/90, 6B
    • Layoffs of customer service employees, 12/4/94, 1B; 12/6/94, 6B
    • Losing copper wire to thieves, 5/10/89, 1B
    • Mike Moore and PSC say it should refund $10M, 2/1/90, 1A
    • Moody's boosts credit rating, 12/10/85, 8B
    • MP&L and sister companies change their logos, 1/31/89; 8B
    • MP&L crews can alert police on neighborhood crime, emergencies, 2/9/90, 7B
    • MP&L's president defends company's effort to end Grand Gulf suits, 4/25/89, 8B
    • New president takes on challenges, 2/23/89, 8B
    • No refunds from suit settlement; money goes to Grand Gulf, 12/27/90, 1A
    • Officials called 'jugheads' by Lynn Havens, 8/3/89, 1A
    • Paid for study on southern pine purchase, 1/26/89; 8B
    • Possible rates reduction, 4/25/87, 1A
    • Proposed rate hike
      • 9/11/85///, 9/11/85, 1A, 8B
    • PSC approves rate setting plan, 8/8/86, 8B
    • PSC commissioners charged with bribery in MP&L case, 12/9/88, 1A
    • PSC denies large rate hike, 12/25/85, 3B
    • PSC grants 14% rate hike, 9/17/85, 1A
    • PSC issues subpoenas for rate hike hearing, 9/7/85, 1A
    • PSC orders adoption of performance-based rate plan (PEP), 7/22/93, 5B
    • PSC orders MP&L to refund $14.9 million to customers, 10/1/91, 1A
    • PSC refuses rate increase, 9/20/86, 1A
    • PSC ruling gives escape clause, 9/22/85, 1A; 9/23/85, 1B; 9/24/85, 1B
    • PSC to rule on request, 8/23/85, 1A
    • PSC to test rate plan, 6/11/86, 8B
    • PSC will hear request for rate hike, 8/7/85, 1A
    • Rate hike, 2/26/87, 1A; 3/2/87, ,4B
    • Rate hike draws flak, 9/18/85, 1A
    • Rate hike may hurt state industry, 6/26/88, 1A
    • Rate hike or insolvency, 3/11/87, 1A
    • Rate hike plan disputed, 9/6/86, 8B
    • Rate reduction ordered, 3/3/94, 1A
    • Rate reduction: MP&L seeks delay due to ice storm repairs, 2/25/94, 6B
    • Rate structure hearings, 12/17/86, 8B
    • Rates, 6/19/87, 1A; 6/20/87, 1A; 6/24/87, 1A; 10/6/87. 1A
    • Rates reduced again, 9/17/94, 1A
    • Records probe dismissed, 9/13/85, 1A
    • Reduces rates for power generated by Grand Gulf, 8/4/93, 1A
    • Refund to customers a possibility before Christmas, 11/23/91, 1A; 12/10/91, 6B
    • Refund: $20.5Million refund a possibility, 6/29/94, 5B
    • Refund: PSC says company must find a way, 11/3/93, 5B
    • Refunds due after gas suits, 9/21/85, 1B; 9/26/85, 1A
    • Restructuring with layoffs and transfers is 'uncomfortable', 2/21/91, 6B
    • Ruling could affect other utility users, 7/1/88, 8B; 7/3/88, 1G
    • Seeks $180,000 repayment from former director Donald Lutken, 6/8/90, 1A
    • Seeks emergency rate increase, 7/27/85, 1A
    • Shareholder: Sell parent Co.(Middle South Utilities), 4/27/88, 8B
    • Sues pipeline over natural gas rates, 7/4/90, 3B; 10/24/86, 8B
    • Takes rate hike case to court, 8/22/85, 1A
    • Team Cities: Cleveland and Natchez, 11/16/94, 3B
    • Teamwork Mississippi program--jobs for the state, 7/20/91, 5B; 12/18/92, 5B
    • To fight ruling by PSC over rate hike, 9/17/86, 1A
    • To refund $150 Million, 10/4/86, 8B
    • U.S. Supreme Court refuses to lower its rates, 4/17/90, 1A
    • Upgraded bond ratings will cut its borrowing costs, 6/28/89, 6B
    • US Attorney "disturbed" by utility suit, 12/31/88, 1B
    • US Supreme Court to determine options, 5/7/88, 1A
    • Votes to withhold dividends, 8/29/85, 1A,1B
    • Wants to use lawsuit settlement to pay for Grand Gulf, 11/20/90, 1A
    • Wins award for education program, 7/26/88, 8B
    • Wins battle for rate increase, 6/25/88, 1A, 4A
    • Workers take early retirement, 4/20/91, 5B
  • MP&L SEE ALSO Entergy Corp
  • Mr. and Ms. Country Music, 7/24/87, 1E
  • Mr. and Ms. Nursing Home
    • At Ramada Plaza Hotel in Jackson, 6/29/94, 4B
  • Mr. Male America
    • Tracy Griffin to enter contest, 8/1/88, 1C
  • Mrs. America
    • 1985
      • Donna Russell, 7/23/85, 1A; 7/24/85, 1C
    • 1987
      • Pamela Nail from Jackson, 2/2/88, 1C
  • Mrs. Mississippi
    • 1985
      • Carolyn Duren, 3/10/86, 1C
    • 1986
      • Diane Vesa, 5/14/87, 1C
      • Diane Vesa wins 1986, 3/11/86, 1D
    • 1988
      • Gail Price of Senatobia, 3/21/88, 1D
    • 1990
      • McFarland may lose house, vehicles, 7/27/90, 1B
      • McFarland resigns after drug arrest, 6/24/90, 1A
      • Replacement for McFarland is Phoebe Kruger, 6/25/90, 2B
    • Pamela Nail, 5/18/87, 1D
    • Wins Mrs. America, 8/4/87, 1A
  • Mrs. Winners Chicken
    • Gattis trying to buy, 2/1/86, 8B
  • Mrs. World '88
    • Pamela Nail comes home, 2/13/88, 1A
    • Pamela Nail crowned Mrs. World, 2/3/88, 1A
  • MS Walk
    • Two with multiple sclerosis join benefit walk, 4/8/94, 1E
  • Ms. Fixit
    • Beverly DeJulio visits Jackson, 4/20/93, 1D
  • MSI Inventory Service Corp
    • Jackson business, 7/3/88, 1G
  • MSU SEE Mississippi State University
  • Mt. Nebo Baptist Church
    • 24 day care children escape fire, 5/14/94, 1A
  • Mt.Calvary Baptist Church
    • Carthage
      • Dedicates new building, 6/9/90, 1D
  • Mt.Helm Baptist Church
    • A "Rock of Ages" on Farish Street, 2/4/90, 1A
    • New pastor answers challenging call, 3/18/89, 1D
  • Mt.Zion Church
    • Utica
      • Judge banishes splinter group from church property, 7/10/91, 1B
  • MTel
    • 1992'S EXPLOSIVE GROWTH SENDS STOCK SOARING, 1/12/93, 6B
    • 2nd quarter 1991 losses less; revenues up, 8/9/91, 8B
    • 2nd quarter 1994 losses of $3Million+ is no surprise, 8/5/94, 8B
    • 4th quarter 1992 profits of 4 cents a share, 2/25/93, 5B
    • Adopts 'poison pill' takeover defense, 7/27/89, 7B
    • Analyst's report sparks rally for stock, 7/13/89, 6B
    • Banks on popularity of telephone pagers, 5/18/89, 8B
    • Buys MobileComm Europe, 9/2/89, 6B; 9/6/89 6B; 12/2/89, 8B
    • California venture capital firm invests in messaging system, 1/16/93, 4B
    • Called one of nation's top small firms, 4/9/90, 12E
    • Can keep $18.3M it got from ex-parent company MCCA, 2/28/91, 7B
    • Center for the Development of Wireless Communications, 3/17/92, 6B
    • CEO John Palmer profiled, 4/18/93, 1C
    • CEO Palmer sees eastern Europe as opportunity, 4/6/90, 6B
    • Company reports losses, as expected, 8/11/89, 6B
    • Connecticut broker not bullish on stock, 8/14/89, 11E
    • Cuts losses, nears profitability, 10/29/92, 5B
    • Denies that paging license was revoked, 11/9/89, 6B
    • Destineer Corp (2-way wireless messaging system) gets FCC approval, 6/25/93, 5B; 7/18/92, 5B
    • Destineer Corp (2-way wireless messaging system): interest is high, 7/11/93, 1C
    • DESTINEER CORP (2-WAY WIRELESS MESSAGING SYSTEM); FCC GRANTS LICENSE, 7/15/94, 1A
    • Destineer Corp granted 2-way wireless license by FCC, 7/30/94, 1A
    • Destineer Corp recognized for innovation, 11/10/94, 5B
    • Destineer Corp: $175 Million to be raised for network, 11/12/94, 7B
    • Destineer Corp: MTel moves to regain total ownership, 12/9/94, 6B
    • Destineer system begins Dallas field tests, 11/23/94, 8B
  • MTEL
    • DUKING IT OUT WITH MOBILECOMM IN PAGING INDUSTRY, 9/26/91, 5B
  • MTel
    • Enters joint venture with Mexican firm, 4/19/91, 5B; 5/24/91, 8B
    • Executive C. Victor Raiser and son killed in Alaska air crash, 8/4/92, 6B
    • Executive James Phillips resigns, 8/1/90, 6B
    • First company to offer international paging in China, 11/24/94, 5B
    • First institutional report on Jackson company, 6/5/89, 12E
    • Fortune magazine lists it as one of US's fastest growing firms, 7/27/93, 5B
    • Garrison named president of its satellite paging subsidiary, 12/19/90, 6B
    • Investors sorting out company's prospects, 4/28/89, 8B
    • Its SkyPager to be on British Airways jets, 6/21/89, 6B
    • Joins with Singapore firm in satellite venture, 3/30/91, 6B
    • LaRoche named CEO of Mtel International, 7/8/94, 5B
    • Latin American coverage extended to Ecuador, Colombia, 4/14/94, 5B
    • Makes cover story of 'Individual Investor' (December 1993), 11/14/93, 1C
    • Morgan Keegan analyst praises MTel stock, 6/2/89, 8B
    • National Satellite Paging subsidiary, 4/29/89, 4B
    • Off to a faster start than MCCA had, CEO says, 5/25/90, 6B
    • Paging business for real, headed for profits, 7/16/90, 8E
    • Paging Systems Ltd subsidiary (Britain) is sold, 6/11/92, 5B
    • Palmer replaces Barksdale as CEO, 11/11/89, 6B
    • Positioned to take advantage of growth in industry, 4/2/90, 4E
    • Post 86% revenue increase, but earnings fall, 11/14/90, 6B
    • Proposed stock offer should boost stock, 9/6/89, 6B
    • Provides voice messaging to Japanese traveling in US, Canada, 7/19/91, 5B
    • Puckett is named president as well as CEO of SkyTel, 1/13/94, 5B
    • Remains hometown investors' favorite, 4/5/90, 6B
    • Reports $16.5M loss in 1st year--was expected, 3/9/90, 8B
    • Reports another quarterly loss, 5/12/90, 6B
    • Reports increase of 36% in revenue in 1991, 3/20/92, 8B
    • Revenue for 1st quarter 1992 rises 25%, 5/1/92, 8B
    • Shareholders get rosy outlook for future, 9/28/89, 6B
    • Signs agreement for paging service in Europe, 1/25/90, 6B
    • Signs agreement with Bell subsidiaries, 6/30/89, 6B
    • SkyPager System subject of hit rap song, 12/7/89, 6B
    • SkyTel Corporation's ads draw praise, 4/25/90, 6B
    • SkyTel executive David Garrison resigns, 7/19/94, 5B
    • Skytel has 20th consecutive month of growth, 4/12/94, 7B
    • SkyTel is carrier for Hewlitt-Packard's StarLink fax service, 3/8/94, 6B
    • Skytel offering local as well as national paging services, 7/16/94, 6B
    • Skytel offers part-time national paging, 9/20/94, 6B
    • SkyTel services discounted means short-term revenue loss, 1/6/94, 6B; 1/7/94, 5B
    • SkyTel shares being repurchased, 9/23/94, 5B
    • SkyTel signs toll-free service contract with MCI, 12/5/91, 5B
    • Skytel subsidiary and AT&T in international wireless mailbox venture, 10/15/91, 6B
    • SkyTel subsidiary to broadcast news headlines to pagers, 7/31/93, 5B
    • SkyTel subsidiary unveils credit card-size pager, 1/8/92, 5B
    • SkyTel to operate in Canada, 1/30/91, 7B
    • Slowdown in technology stocks, 1/22/90, 10E
    • Spinoff of MobileComm 1st day of stock trading, 4/11/89, 7B
    • Stock has another busy day, 6/24/89, 6B
    • Stock plunge, investors bring lawsuit, 1/8/94, 1A; 1/12/94, 4B
    • Stock rises over possible Canadian deal, 6/9/89, 4B; 7/17/89, 11E
    • Stock zooms up almost 10%, 3/29/91, 6B
    • Test markets cellular phone with built in pager, 5/19/93, 4B; 5/21/93, 5B
    • To expand into Portugal, 10/17/90, 6B
    • To offer SkyPager service in southeast Asia, 5/13/89, 8B
    • United States Paging Corp (NJ) purchase, 9/23/94, 5B
    • Ventures in Singapore, Asia-Pacific region, 11/22/89, 6B
    • Wants to offer 5 million shares for sale, 5/22/91, 5B
  • MTV
    • 10 years later..., 8/1/91, 1D, 2D
    • Pulled from Greenville cable roster after complaints, 6/28/91, 3B
  • Mud wrestling
    • Bubba Buford, 7/20/87, 1E
  • Muddy Springs Methodist Church
    • Magnolia area
      • Has homecoming, 11/4/89, 1D
  • Mugs SEE Cups
  • Muhammad, Abdul
    • Killed in wreck, 12/19/86, 1B
  • Muhammad, Sameerah SEE CaribbeanFest; SEE Window to Africa
  • Mule and Draft Horse Festival Fair
    • At AG Museum, 5/3/93, 1B
  • Mules, 2/22/87, 1B
    • Ethel the mule from Mendenhall give birth to colt, 9/27/89, 1D
    • Mississippi Mule Festival (also history), 6/10/88, 1C
    • Owner Johnny Johnson plows fields the old way, 3/30/94, 1B
    • Owners stubborn about mules' mentality, 6/13/88, 1B
  • Mulkey, Jack
    • Resigns as library director, 11/27/85, 1B
  • Mullins, Bobbie
    • Files $10 million lawsuit after stepping on syringe, 1/14/92, 5B
    • Steps on murder victim's syringe; fears AIDS, 12/27/91, 1B; 12/28/91, 1B
  • Mullins, Chucky
    • Auction fund raising at Hal & Mal's, 11/22/89, 1D; 11/23/89, 1B
    • Begins rehabilitation in Birmingham, 2/20/90, 1A
    • Crowd of 600 greets Mullins at Oxford homecoming, 8/18/90, 1A
  • MULLINS, CHUCKY
    • DIES IN MEMPHIS HOSPITAL, 5/7/91, 1A+
  • Mullins, Chucky
    • Doctors say he is more alert, 11/3/89, 1A
    • Enrolls for two courses at Ole Miss, 1/17/91, 1A
    • Football player is paralyzed, 10/29/89, 1A, 11D; 10/30/89, 1A, 1B, 1C; 10/31/89, 1B
    • Fund passes $500,000 mark after auction, 11/30/89, 1B
    • Fund-raising set for MSU/Ole Miss game, 11/14/89, 1A
    • Funeral held in Russellville, Alabama, 5/12/91, 1A
    • Given Against All Odds award by Stifel Foundation, 11/10/90, 3B
    • Guardians of Mullins awarded his house, 9/21/91, 1A
    • Has kept up hope for improvement, 2/20/90, 1A
    • In critical condition with blood clot in lungs, 5/2/91, 1A; 5/3/91, 1A
    • May attend Liberty Bowl, 11/23/89, 1A; 12/29/89, 1A
    • Ole Miss and his family preparing for long term care, 11/26/89, 1A
    • Ole Miss establishes trust fund, 11/1/89, 1A
    • Ole Miss rallies to contribute, 11/5/89, 1A; 11/6/89, 1A; 11/7/89, 1A
    • Payton jersey and $5000 to Mullins, 8/22/90, 1A
    • President Bush sends letter to Mullins, 11/5/89, 1A
    • President Bush visits Mullins in hospital, 11/23/89, 1A
    • Ready to move into new home, 8/15/90, 1B
    • Remembered in campus memorial service, 5/9/91, 1A, 1C
    • Transferred to Memphis hospital, 5/4/91, 1A; 5/5/91, 1B; 5/6/91, 2B
    • Wish for 21st birthday--to walk again, 7/8/90, 1A
    • Workers begin to clear land for his house, 4/5/90, 5B
  • Mullins, Holly
    • Children sue Michael Mullins over her death, 8/29/92, 1B
    • Michael Mullins' trial begins, 3/23/94, 3B; 3/24/94, 3B
    • Woman found in burned van died from assault, 9/2/91, 2B; 9/4/91, 3B
  • Mullins, Howard
    • Brandon grocery store owner's son, 4 others, rob his father, fly high, 7/28/92, 5B
    • Timothy Howard is first charged in Brandon high-flying crime spree, 8/12/92, 4B
  • Mullins, Michael SEE Mullins, Holly
  • Mullins, Oliver SEE Mullins, Howard
  • Mullins, Rich
    • Gospel singer in concert at Ridgeland church, 3/21/92, 1D
  • Multicultural Festival of the Arts
    • JSU, 7/25/91, 3E; 7/27/91, 2B
  • Multiple Listing Service
    • Opens doors for home buyers, 3/16/90, 8B
  • Multiple sclerosis
    • Helpful affects of arthritis drug Methotrexate studied at UMC, 1/25/94, 3B
    • Local patients set hopes on new drug Betaseron, 10/19/93, 2B
    • MS Walk, a benefit
      • Rick Thompson who has MS will join walk, 4/8/94, 1E
  • Multiple-chemical sensitivity SEE Chemicals
  • Multiracial family
    • Johnsons at home in Renewed Tabernacle Baptist Church, 12/15/90, 1D
  • Mulvihill, Denise
    • Cerebral palsy sufferer meets challenge; now has job, 4/4/94, 1D
  • Municipal Art Gallery
    • Show, 6/14/87, 1F
  • Municipal Auditorium SEE Jackson Municipal Auditorium
  • Municipal Auditorium SEE Thalia Mara Hall
  • Municipal bonds
    • Investigate before you buy, experts say, 6/23/91, 1C
  • Municipal Election Commission
    • Frances Hicks appointed to commission, 12/15/94, 4B
  • Munsel, Patrice
    • In show 'Mame' in Jackson, 12/6/89, 1D
  • Murals, 4/26/87, 1E
    • Greyhound Bus Station mural by Sandy McNeal, 8/8/89, 1D
    • In parking garage, 8/26/87, 1D
  • Murder in Mississippi
    • Review of NBC TV movie, 2/5/90, 1E
  • Murder rate SEE Crime rate
  • Murder, Aberdeen
    • Judge hears case of men accused in slaying of Eric Wilson, 9/13/91, 2B
    • Policeman Eric Wilson 'knew his killer', 3/19/91, 1B
  • Murder, Amory
    • Bond set for man who killed ex-girlfriend in church hall, 10/9/90, 1B
  • Murder, Batesville
    • 300 mourners attend funeral, 10/3/88, 2B
    • Hope survivor can talk, 3/14/88, 3B
    • Joe Cosby, Panola deputy, shot to death, 10/1/88, 1A
    • Suspect stable after shooting,capture, 10/2/88, 3B
    • Town mourns Liz Woodward, 3/14/88, 1A
    • Wilcott kills 2, wounds 1, kills self, 3/13/88, 1B
  • Murder, Bay St. Louis
    • Bond dropped in Lobardo 1985 slaying, 2/11/90, 2B
    • California man charge in roadside murder of his mother, 1/30/91, 2B
    • Diane Joseph, 12/25/87, 3B
  • Murder, Belzoni
    • Hawkins accused of killing girlfriend, burying her in yard, 6/28/91, 1B
  • Murder, Benton County
    • 3rd victim dies, 3/11/88, 1B
    • 4th murder charge against Allen, 4/20/88, 3B
    • Allen charged with Bullard, Brod deaths, 3/9/88, 1A
    • Allen had mean temper, 3/10/88, 1A
    • Notes written by Allen found, 3/13/88, 3B
  • Murder, Bentonia
    • Mother wants information on death of Michell Turnage, 1/26/91, 2B
  • Murder, Biloxi
    • SEE Sherry, Vincent and Margaret
  • Murder, Brandon
    • Moore admits to 1990 slaying of his cousin Robert Miller, 3/27/91, 1B
  • Murder, Brookhaven
    • Mutilation murder of Dedra McGill, 1/26/91, 1B
  • Murder, Brooksville
    • Suspect questioned in death of 3-year-old, 9/19/90, 2B; 9/20/90, 2B
  • Murder, Byhalia
    • Hunting trip ends in murder, 10/21/91, 2B
  • Murder, Byram
    • Wife charged with car shooting of Rodney Butler, 2/14/91, 2B
  • Murder, Canton
    • Mark Smith, stepson of policeman Milton Luckett, slain, 1/27/92, 3B; 5/6/91, 1B
    • Suspects held in murder of Joe Hardy, 1/11/90, 3B; 1/30/90, 1B; 12/21/89, 1B
  • Murder, Charleston
    • Leroy Murray, 5/22/88, 3B
  • Murder, Clarke County SEE Murder, Heidelberg
  • Murder, Clarksdale
    • Junior High principal Walter Lee Johnson fatally shot, 3/15/91, 1A; 3/16/91, 1B
  • Murder, Cleveland
    • Kent charged with killing girl, 3/22/86, 1B
  • Murder, Columbia
    • James Jackson, 3/12/86, 1B; 3/13/86, 1B; 3/14/86, 1B
    • James Jackson found guilty, 3/15/86, 1B
  • Murder, Columbus
    • Arguments in case of mother who beat son to death, 3/11/90, 2B
    • City closes books on 1932 Brewer/Jacob shootout, 7/16/91, 2B
    • Couple were beaten before house set on fire, 1/1/91, 3B; 1/2/91, 2B
    • Demetrius Bennett given life sentence, 4/22/89, 3B
    • Hunt indicted in Jordan slaying, 12/12/85, 1B; 12/13/85, 1A
  • Murder, Corinth
    • Meeks killed;police look for suspect, 8/9/88, 1B
  • Murder, Crystal Springs
    • Grand jurors urge reward in HJC student's death, 11/15/90, 1A
    • Hinds Community College student slain, 6/9/90, 1A; 7/20/90, 2B
  • Murder, Daleville
    • Elderly man, 2 women found hacked to death, 9/8/90, 1A; 9/9/90, 1A; 9/11/90, 3B
    • Maxwell case dismissed; county stuck will bills, 12/20/92, 2B
    • Maxwell charged in the three slayings, 9/13/90, 1A
    • Meridian authorities arrest suspect, 9/12/90, 1B
    • Murder charges dropped in triple slaying, 12/11/92, 1B
  • Murder, Delta
    • Sara Jane Manker, 10/24/87, 1B; 11/29/89, 3B; 11/30/89, 2B; 12/5/89, 5B
  • Murder, Duck Hill
    • Ohio man arrested in 15-year-old Mississippi murder, 1A; 1/13/89
  • Murder, Eagle Lake
    • Steve Jackson, 1/21/86, 1A
  • Murder, Eudora
    • Girl, 5, finds 3 in family slain, 1/8/93, 3B; 1/10/93, 3B
    • Suspect Sherwood Boyd returned from Tennessee, 2/10/93, 3B
  • Murder, Fannin area
    • Roy Grasso, 12/15/86, 1B
  • Murder, Florence
    • Convenience store clerk Ray McColister dies, 7/14/91, 1B; 7/18/90, 1B
    • Faulkner found guilty of manslaughter, 6/18/85, 1A
  • Murder, Forest
    • Body of 12-year old Gary Wells found buried in back yard, 10/1/94, 1A; 10/3/94, 1B
    • Mother Ada Mae Wells charged in Gary Wells slaying, 10/2/94, 1B
    • Questions remain 3 yrr. after death of Shondra May, 1A; 2/3/89
  • Murder, Fredericksburg, Virginia
    • Police seek Mississippi suspect, 12/23/89, 5B
  • Murder, Fulton
    • Death penalty sought in three slayings, 10/19/90, 2B
    • Indiana man Jon Mead sentenced in triple slaying, 8/20/92, 3B
    • State seeking extradition in triple slaying, 1/17/90, 5B; 1/26/90, 5B
  • Murder, Gainesville, Fla
    • Hattiesburg dentist to help in case, 9/5/90, 4A; 9/6/90, 1A; 9/10/90, 2B
    • Rolling pleads guilty to 5 student slayings, 2/16/94, 1A, 13A
    • Rolling was freed in Mississippi plea bargain, 1/26/91, 1B; 6/1/91, 5A
    • Slayings suspect Danny Rolling served time in Mississippi, 1/25/91, 1A
    • Suspect in murders of college students sought in Mississippi, 9/3/90, 1A
  • Murder, Gallman
    • Youth shoots father to death, 5/19/89, 1B
  • Murder, Gautier
    • Accused child slayer faces charges in 2nd killing, 6/7/90, 2B; 10/7/89, 4B
    • Child, 7, strangled near home, 9/4/89, 1A; 9/5/89, 1A; 9/8/89, 3B; 9/14/89, 3B
    • Harrison convicted of murdering 7-year-old, 6/8/90, 3B; 6/9/90, 4B
    • Transcripts of Harrison trial found, 12/2/90, 4B
    • Wesley family shot by burglary suspect, 9/14/89, 3B; 12/16/88, 1B
  • Murder, Greenville
    • 3 men killed in parked car; arrest made, 11/27/92, 3B
    • Gertrude Kimble, 81, charged in slaying of neighbor, 3/27/91, 3B
    • Juvenile will testify in slaying of homeless man, 5/27/92, 1A; 5/28/92, 3B
    • Teenager dies in dispute over clothes, 11/19/89, 1B
    • Teenager gets 5 years probation in Payton slaying, 5/6/93, 3B
    • Teenagers get 20-year terms in Payton murder, 9/4/92, 3B
  • Murder, Greenwood
    • 4 children slain by uncle Henry Jackson, 11/3/90, 1A
    • Accused killer Henry Jackson goes on trial in Hazlehurst, 9/9/91, 1A; 9/10/91, 3B
    • At trial in Hazlehurst: survivors faked death, 9/11/91, 3B
    • Curtis murder trial to be moved from Greenwood, 8/27/91, 3B
    • Curtis murder trial to begin, 8/26/91, 3B
    • Family and friends to bury 4 slain children, 11/8/90, 1B; 11/9/90, 1A
    • Family not allowed to visit suspect in slayings, 11/7/90, 1A
    • Jackson becomes ill at Hazlehurst murder trial, 9/12/91, 3B
    • Jackson captured, faces murder charges in 4 deaths, 11/6/90, 1A
    • Jackson gets death penalty for killing four relatives, 9/15/91, 1A
    • Jackson is convicted in slayings of four relatives, 9/13/91, 1A
    • Jackson says confession in 4 murders was coerced, 4/30/91, 2B
    • Jackson's family blasts treatment by justice system, 9/22/91, 1B
    • Jackson, charged with the four murders, attempts suicide, 11/24/90, 1B
    • Lawmen on manhunt find signs of fugitive, 11/4/90, 1A; 11/5/90, 1A
    • Media seeking access to preliminary hearings, 11/14/90, 1B
    • Trial set for April or May in Jackson family slayings, 2/26/91, 2B
  • Murder, Grenada
    • Death sentence overturned by MS Supreme Ct, 8/4/88, 4B
    • Kossack is charged with killing mother, 5/5/90, 4B
  • Murder, Gulfport
    • Gwin killed by thieves, 1/20/88, 3B
    • Laura Saucier;one charged, another sought, 8/3/88, 1A
    • Reward set, 1/21/88, 3B
    • Schwienberg's murderer convicted and sentenced to life in prison, 1B; 2/4/89
  • Murder, Hancock County
    • Joseph charged in death of wife, 2/10/88, 1B
    • Man killed by son after killing wife, 5/16/89, 1B; 5/18/89, 1B; 7/20/89, 5B
  • Murder, Harrison County
    • Wagner half-brother charged in death, 12/31/87, 3B
    • Wanda Faye Wagner, 12/27/87, 1B; 12/29/87, 1B; 12/30/87, 3B
  • Murder, Hattiesburg
    • Defense:Gunman didn't know officer, 7/7/88, 1B
    • Jones charged in death of deputy, 10/2/85, 3B
    • Kenneth Keys, 7/11/86, 1B
    • Police hold witness in death of woman found in ditch, 9/28/91, 2B; 9/29/91, 3B
    • Willard C.Martin & Joe E.Carter, 9/5/88, 1B
  • Murder, Heidelberg
    • Teenager turns himself in after slaying of Barnett, 1/29/91, 1B
  • Murder, Hernando
    • High 'anxiety' following Grace Wiseman's slaying, 5/25/91, 1B; 5/27/91, 3B
    • Local man Willie Earl Harris charged in Wiseman's death, 5/26/91, 2B
  • Murder, Indianola
    • Fifth suspect held in Chicago in motel slaying, 12/13/90, 5B
    • Fourth suspect in motel slaying captured on train, 8/30/90, 1B
    • Richland man Lewie Shields killed in motel, 8/9/90, 1B; 8/11/90, 1B; 8/28/90, 2B
  • Murder, Interstate 55
    • Faraga's death sentence overturned, 11/23/93, 5B
  • Murder, Interstate I-20
    • Faraga seeking new trial, 2/27/93, 3B
    • Faraga to be resentenced, 3/20/93, 4B
    • Lazaro Faraga gets death sentence, 2/18/86, 3B; 2/19/86, 1B
    • Lazaro Faraga held without bond, 12/21/85, 1B
    • Lazaro Faraga's death penality not dismissed, 1/11/90, 1B
    • Officials unable to identify slain woman, 8/19/91, 3B
  • Murder, Jackson
    • Addie F. Reid, 4/2/87, 1A
    • Anderson
      • Former boyfriend of murder victim sought, 1A; 1/27/89; 11/21/90, 1A
    • Anderson killed by ex-boyfriend, her children testify, 11/19/91, 3B
    • Bailey Avenue area, 1/24/87, 1B
    • Barker charged for slaying Hayes, 3/12/88, 3B
    • Beating death of teenager Demetria Harper, 8/27/90, 1A; 8/28/90, 5B
    • Belhaven area, 4/2/87, 1A
    • Bennie Bilbrew did not try to escape, 2/11/89, 1A
    • Bertha Tanner, Idlewild St., 12/13/86, 1A; 12/14/86, 1B
    • Bilbrew children burned to death by father, 2/9/89, 1A
    • Body of Anthony Hines found in trunk of car, 4/23/91, 1B
    • Body on Joyce Reeves found in North Hill Parkway home, 1/22/91, 5B
    • Charles Leiber, 4/27/86, 1A
    • City resident is 20th homicide victim of year, 7/30/90, 1B
    • City's 20th homicide victim shot with two weapons, 8/2/90, 5B
    • Cleveland Henderson is killed by grandson, 5/24/89, 1B
    • Clinton man Jimmie Evans kills daughter, self, 2/15/90, 1A; 2/16/90, 1B
    • Collins: Burning, 11/3/87, 3B
    • Danks seeks support in homicide battle, 12/29/87,
    • Danny Dantzler, 1/17/86, 1A
    • David Earl Lockhart competent to stand trial, 5/19/89, 3B
    • Earles' wife will not testify against him, 3/13/90, 1B
    • Elizabeth Wright suspect is arrested, 8/29/90, 5B; 9/7/89, 1A, 5B; 9/14/89, 1A
    • Elizabeth Wright's slaying suspect trial begins, 10/2/90, 2B
    • Elizabeth Wright, banker, in Jackson home, 8/25/89, 1B; 8/26/89, 2B; 9/6/89, 1A
    • Flag Chapel Circle stabbing, 11/24/86, 1B
    • Ford is city's 21st murder victim for 1991, 4/17/91, 4B
    • Harper slain; son charged, 10/20/90, 1B; 10/23/90, 1B; 10/24/90, 1B
    • Hines stuffed in car trunk; police seek killer, 5/4/91, 4B
    • Homeless friend shoots Robert Lee Singleton, 4/23/89, 1B; 11/17/89, 5B
    • Homeless preacher David Tyler killed Robert Singleton, 5/9/90, 2B
    • Homeless preacher sentenced to life, 5/17/90, 5B
    • Hubbard
      • Tyler held without bond, 5/22/88, 2B
    • Ida Schwartz, 12/4/85, 1A; 12/5/85, 1B
    • James Hicks
      • Stephenson Hicks charged, 7/18/88, 1B
    • James Liddell, 5/24/86, 1A
    • James Robinson may surrender, 1B; 1/28/89
    • Jesse Kyles is city's 41st homicide victim for 1989, 10/5/89, 5B
    • John Nixon sentenced to death, 3/27/86, 1B
    • Johnson is city's first homicide for 1991, 1/2/91, 1A
    • Judge orders mistrial in Tommy Jimerson trial, 11/23/88, 4B
    • Kevin Mack, 12/24/87, 1B
    • Laura Womble, 7/17/87, 1A
    • Leo Edwards facing execution June 21, 5/25/89, 1A
    • Lewis burned with kerosene, stabbed; girlfriend charged, 4/8/91, 1A; 4/9/91, 5B
    • Lisa Gleason (Body with black hood), 11/27/85, 1B
    • Macklin
      • Man sentenced for stomping boy, 7/28/88, 1A
    • Man charged with murder in shooting of thief, 3/9/89, 1A
    • Man who shot children dies in nursing home, 12/23/88, 1A
    • Man, AIDS carrier, dressed as woman found slain, 8/21/89, 1B
    • Mary Dewitt, 11/23/86, 2B
    • Meeks
      • Hostage leaps from bridge, 8/10/88, 1A
      • Hostage-taker surrenders, 8/11/88, 1A
    • Mother, daughter found dead in west Jackson, 7/19/89, 1A; 7/20/89, 1A; 8/2/89, 5B
    • Mother, daughter in west Jackson found in bathtub, 3/4/90, 1B; 8/14/89, 1B
    • Mother/daughter slayings in west Jackson stymie police, 11/5/90, 1B
    • Neighbors think robbers killed man, 10/5/88, 4C
    • Otha Lee West, 11/13/87, 1B; 11/14/87, 1A; 11/15/87, 1A
    • Otha Lee West pleads guilty before 3rd trial, 11/6/90, 3B
    • Otha Lee West receives life sentence for 1983 slaying, 11/2/90, 5B
    • Otha Lee West's conviction reversed, 10/5/89, 1B
    • Percy Jones, short order cook, 12/25/86, 1A
    • Police
      • Discarded jumpsuit may belong to police killer, 2/26/89, 1A
      • SEE ALSO: Biggert, Bobby
    • Police investigating 5th July homicide, 7/13/90, 5B
    • Police investigating Jackson's 18th homicide, 7/14/90, 5B
    • Police say David Miller has jumped bond, 8/28/90 1A; 8/29/90, 5B
    • Putnam
      • Anti-abuse group forms in memory of child, 11/29/88, 1B
      • Handling of abuse cases criticized, 11/18/88, 1A
      • Jessica Putnam mother's ex-boyfriend charged, 11/17/88, 1A
      • Misspelling helped suspect gain probation, 11/23/88, 1A
    • Revlia Epps
      • 2nd autopsy possible, 5/7/88, 3B; 5/11/88, 2B
      • Autopsy shows organs missing, 8/4/88, 1A
      • Council opposes paying autopsy, 8/24/88, 4B
      • Court actions sought in death, 8/5/88, 2B
      • Funeral Home didn't move organs, 8/20/88, 1A
      • Galvez: blows didn't kill Epps, 8/17/88, 3B
      • Missing organs not important, 10/20/88, 3D
      • Organs thrown away?, 8/6/88, 1A
      • Subpoenas in case raise ??, 5/20/88, 1B; 6/28/88, 1B
      • To be exhumed for autopsy, 7/28/88, 1A
    • Robert Brown killed in drive-by shooting, 10/21/90, 1A
    • Robert Price, 2/20/89, 1B
    • Ruby McCann strangled then burned in apartment, 1A; 2/1/89
    • Ruby Webb probably knew her killer, 9/7/90, 1B
    • Serial killer trial may be moved, 11/17/87, 1A
    • Serial killings, 4/7/87, 1A
    • Shoulders
      • Dawn Shoulders shot by father, 11/4/88, 1A
      • Latasha Shoulders dies, 11/8/88, 1A
    • Statistics, 11/8/87, 1A
    • Stovall, 14 years old, charged with murder, 6/27/90, 5B; 6/28/90, 5B
    • Sunday shootings leave 2 dead--total so far for 1990 is 29, 9/10/90, 1A
    • Teenager found beaten to death; suspect Michael McBeth arrested, 8/27/90, 1A
    • Teenager Frederick Penny, 7/9/87, 4B
    • Teenagers arrested for slaying of woman on Terry Road, 8/25/90, 1A
    • Tidmore
      • Defense attorney protests delayed indictment of Robinson, 9/16/91, 1B
      • Man arrested in reserve officer's death, 3/20/89, 1A
      • Reserve officer found slain in Jackson home, 3/19/89, 1A
      • Slain reserve officer buried, 3/22/89, 1B
    • Tidmore slayer Carlos Robinson gets 20 years, 12/19/91, 4B
    • Tidmore slaying suspect Carlos Robinson pleads guilty, 11/28/91, 3B
    • Toddler dies; babysitter charged, 8/28/88, 3B
    • Tony Westbrook, 11/13/87, 4B; 12/23/87, 3B
    • Unsolved homicides, 7/7/89, 1E
    • Victim Chandler's family requests lesser charge against Badelle, 12/14/89, 3B
    • Victim decided to stay in Jackson, not return to Seattle, 11/2/89, 5B; 11/3/89, 5B
    • Virginia Tucker
      • Murder said linked to divorce, 1/19/86, 1B
    • Walls is suspect in stabbing of wife Sherner Walls, 9/18/90, 5B
    • Westbrook-4 charged, indicted, 11/19/87, 4B; 12/17/87, 4B
    • Westmoreland
      • Killer gets life, 7/26/88, 3B
    • Wheeler guilty of murder of officer, 5/2/86, 1B; 5/3/86, 1B
    • Wheeler: statement was beaten out of him, 5/1/86, 1B
    • Whiterock residents recall seeing Anderson's car, 7/21/89, 1A
    • Widow Mildred Browning slain, home set on fire, 8/18/89, 1A
    • Wig shop owner, 9/11/87, 1B; 9/12/87, 1B; 9/13/87, 1B; 9/16/87, 1B; 9/17/87, 1A
      • DA challenges witness' memory, 9/18/88, 1B
      • Hung jury results in life term, 9/23/88, 1A
      • Judge stops trial,Pruett publicity, 3/2/88, 1B
      • Jury quizzed on pretrial publicity, 9/9/88, 2B
      • Knifed, 11/21/86, 1A
      • Police chief:give proof or apologize, 9/27/88, 1A
      • Wilson denies killing Im, 9/20/88, 1A
      • Wilson found guilty:capital murder, 9/21/88, 1A
      • Wilson to testify, 9/19/88, 1B
    • Wiley
      • 3 plead guilty, 9/26/87, 1B
    • William Brown
      • Subdivision shaken, 7/26/88, 1A
    • Woman claims self defense in shooting death of brother, 7/26/90, 5B
    • Woman Glenda Fay King found in North Jefferson apartment, 1/31/91, 1B; 2/9/91, 5B
    • Woman Jane Sanders shoots Earl Witherspoon; city's 12 homicide, 2/11/91, 1B
    • Woman sought in fatal shooting of brother, 7/20/90, 5B
  • Murder, Jackson SEE ALSO Crime rate, Jackson
  • Murder, Jones County
    • Man kills stepdaughter, 9/12/87, 2B; 9/14/87, 3B
  • Murder, JSU
    • Brown
      • Brother tried to stop Wright, 5/11/88, 1B
      • Jury can consider Wright confessions, 3/29/90, 5B
      • Slaying at JSU, 4/27/88,
      • Student killed on campus, 4/26/88, 1A
      • Suspect's brother jailed, 5/24/88, 1B
      • Suspect's brother released, 5/26/88, 4B
      • Suspect's brother takes 5th, 4/30/88, 1A
      • Wright confesses to slaying, 5/6/88, 1A
      • Wright is cleared in slaying, 4/14/90, 1A
      • Wright killed in self defense, jury told, 4/11/90, 1B
      • Wright to take stand in trial, 4/12/90, 3B; 4/13/90, 3B
  • Murder, Kings community
    • Sims is acquitted in love-triangle slayings, 6/13/91, 2B
    • Trial begins in love-triangle slaying, 6/10/91, 3B
  • Murder, Kosciusko
    • Clues sought in slaying of elderly Williamses, 10/10/91, 1B; 10/11/91, 3B
    • Teenager booked for fatal shooting in park, 7/24/90, 1A
  • Murder, Lafayette County
    • Talley captured in slaying of three family members, 7/6/91, 1A; 7/8/91, 2B
  • Murder, Lamar County
    • Couple finds half of a body on roadside, 9/25/94, 1B; 9/26/94, 3B
    • Officials put name to body half, 9/27/94, 1B
    • Other half of Smith's body found in Pearl River County, 10/5/94, 1A
    • Police investigate Smith's relationship with girlfriend, 10/6/94, 1A
  • Murder, Lauderdale County
    • Guard's slaying stumps lawmen, 7/26/88, 2B
  • Murder, Laurel, 12/24/84, 1A; 12/25/84, 1A; 12/33/84, 1A
  • Murder, Leake County
    • New trial for Delois Kniep, 1/7/88, 3B
  • Murder, Leland
    • Clues sought in strangulation of 98 year-old woman, 12/8/90, 4B
  • Murder, Lexington
    • Russell held in slaying of realtor Herbert Hyman, 1/22/91, 2B
  • Murder, Long Beach
    • Killer of William Beebe held in Calif., 11/3/88, 3B
    • Suspects questioned in slaying of Konya Edwards, 9/13/90, 2B; 9/25/90, 3B
    • Walker and Riser guilty of murder of Konya Edwards, 8/11/91, 3B
    • Walker gets death penalty in Edwards slaying, 8/13/91, 2B
  • Murder, Louisville
    • Audie Johnson
      • 2 charged, 6/23/86, 1A; 6/24/86, 1A; 9/15/89, 3B
    • Lois Rhodes accused of husband's murder 10 years later, 6/12/91, 1A; 6/13/91, 1A
    • Rhodes case is talk of the town, 6/23/91, 1A
    • Rhodes death not suicide, official says, 7/3/91, 3B
    • Wanda Yarborough gets life, 5/17/86, 1B
  • Murder, Madison County
    • Champion slaying: Terry gets life plus 30 years, 4/4/92, 4B
    • Second suspect held in Champion's slaying, 11/16/90, 1B
    • Second suspect in Champion slaying sought by police, 9/11/90, 1B
    • Teenager Kenneth Terry arrested in slaying of Kathy Champion, 9/7/90, 1B
  • Murder, Marshall County
    • Bloody pickup truck found; two men missing, 2/23/92, 4B; 2/24/92, 3B
  • Murder, Mayersville
    • Woman/boyfriend dispute ends in child's death, 4/2/91, 1B
  • Murder, McComb
    • Drugs involved in execution/slaying of 4?, 7/2/86, 1B
  • Murder, McNeill
    • Smith charged in mother's murder, 1/26/88, 1A
  • Murder, Meadville
    • John Delaney stabbed, 7/23/85, 1B
  • Murder, Meridian
    • Police officer Walters killed, 8/26/90, 2B; 12/29/85, 1A; 12/31/85, 1B
    • Two suspects arrested in death of store clerk Frazier, 10/25/90, 1A
  • Murder, Mississippi
    • Bill gives juries option of life without parole in capital murder, 1/13/94, 1B
    • Herwins Noe of Miami sentenced in Wilson slaying, 9/21/90, 5N
    • House bill: let judges decide sentences in capital murder cases, 3/21/92, 4B
    • Investigator Dillman criticizes state cases, 10/19/88, 1B
    • Rate of violent deaths among teenagers jumps 28%, 2/1/91, 1B
    • Sprees in small towns, 4/10/88, 1A
  • Murder, Mize
    • Cecil Green to plead innocent, 11/12/88, 1B
    • Dean buried in Mize, 11/4/88,
    • Dean fired first says Cecil Green, 4/28/89, 1A
    • Dean mortally wounded before he exited car, 4/27/89, 1A
    • Decision on retrial of Cecil Green, 10//7/89, 3B
    • Defendant Cecil Green testifies, 7/27/90, 3B
    • Family ties, gossip take toll on jury selection at Green's trial, 7/23-24/90, 1B
    • Green given life term in slaying of Dean, 7/28/90, 1A
    • Green's conviction thrown out; new trial ordered, 1/1/93, 1B
    • Hung jury in Ralph Dean trial, 5/3/89, 1B
    • Jurors describe doubt-plagued deliberations in Ralph Dean trial, 5/4/89, 1A
    • Jurors sick after viewing Ralph Dean's car, 4/26/89, 1A
    • Jurors unable to decide in Ralph Dean killing, 4/29/89, 1A
    • Jury in Green trial views bullet-riddled cruiser, 7/26/90, 1B
    • Jury is selected for Green trial, 7/25/90, 3B
    • Man indicted for capital murder in death of officer, 1B; 2/4/89
    • Many jurors in Ralph Dean trial related, 4/25/89, 1B
    • Patrolman Ralph Dean killed, 11/2/88, 1A
    • Ralph Dean in jealous rage Cecil Green says, 4/25/89, 1A
    • Retrial for Cecil Green in killing of policeman, 2/4/90, 1B
    • Trial to begin in Ralph Dean's slaying, 4/24/89, 1B
  • Murder, Monroe County
    • Judge Senter's son Stuart Senter slain in Prairie, 1/5/92, 1B; 1/6/92, 3B
  • Murder, Morton
    • Trio questioned in death of teenager Terry Hoye, 4/28/91, 1B
  • Murder, Mound Bayou
    • Jury is seated in Lowery case, 11/13/90, 3B; 11/14/90, 2B; 11/19/90, 3B
  • Murder, Mount Carmel
    • Knight kills ex-girlfriend in night club, 11/18/90, 1B
  • Murder, Mount Olive
    • Teen shot over argument about football game, 9/18/90, 2B
  • Murder, Nashville
    • Clarksdale teenager arrested for slaying of Nashville secretary, 6/9/90, 1B
  • Murder, Natchez
    • Arrests made in slaying of teenager in Natchez-Under-the-Hill, 9/10/91, 3B
    • Holland sentenced to death, 12/12/87, 1B
    • Teenager charged in death of 6-year-old, 1/19/90, 1A; 1/20/90, 2B
  • Murder, NEMJC, 10/28/86, 1A
    • Actual murder, 10/9/85, 1B
    • Alexander asked to be hypnotized, 1/12/88, 3B; 1/13/88, 3B; 1/14/88, 1B; 1/15/88, 1B
    • Alexander loses appeal; begins 20-year term, 9/11/92, 1B
    • Alexander sentenced to 20 yrs, 1/26/88, 1A
    • Alexander to appeal, 1/17/88, 1B
    • Alexander's fingerprints not found, 1/8/88, 1B
    • Appeals keep Pannell case in limbo, 10/29/90, 1B
    • Convicted ex-student maintains innoncence, 4/30/89, 1A
    • Defendent puts life "on hold," 1/4/88, 1A
    • Fight over boy, 1/9/88, 1A; 1/10/88 1B
    • Hypnotist gets confession, 9/24/86, 1A
    • Jury deliberation begins, 1/16/88, 1A
    • Leads sought in coed's slaying, 8/11/86, 1B
    • Pannell did not die immediately, 1/7/88, 1B
    • Suitemate charge, 9/23/86, 1A
    • Testimony begins, 1/5/88, 1B; 1/6/88, 1B
    • Trial moved to Monroe County, 11/25/87, 1B
    • Trial postponed, 11/3/87, 3B
  • Murder, New Orleans
    • Jackson police hold pair in Metairie drug slaying, 7/21/91, 5B
  • Murder, Ocean Springs
    • Resident Rachel Marshall's body found in bathtub, 3/16/91, 5B; 5/14/91, 1B
    • Shaffer admits being with Marshall on night she died, 5/15/91, 2B
    • Shaffer cleared of unrelated rape charge, 11/20/91, 3B
    • Shaffer given life term, 11/26/92, 3B
  • Murder, Oktibbeha County
    • Killer escapes jail, 11/29/87, 1A; 12/1/87, 1A; 12/2/87, 1B; 12/3/87, 1B
  • Murder, Old Pearl
    • 2 teenagers jailed in fatal stabbing of neighbor, 6/17/93, 2B; 6/18/93, 3B
    • Slaying, arrest of teenagers shatter community, 6/24/93, 1A
  • Murder, Oxford
    • Hodgkin, convicted killer of Jean Gillies, seeks ban on death penalty, 10/31/88, 1B
    • Jean Gillies, 9/20/86, 1B
      • Suspect free on bond, 7/22/86, 1B
    • Jean Gillies SEE ALSO Hodgkin, Douglas
    • Jenkins charged in sniper shooting, 7/26/85, 1A
    • Jenkins gets life, 2/16/86, 1A; 2/20/86, 2/21/86, 3B; 2/22/86, 1A; 2/23/86, 1A
    • Judge to rule whether Hodgkin can get death penalty in retrial, 11/2/88, 3B
    • Pair sought in double murder near Sardis Lake, 1/2/92, 1A; 1/3/92, 1B
    • Richard Jerrods sought in double slaying near Oxford, 1/3/92, 1B
    • Stacey Maples sought in double slaying near Oxford, 1/3/92, 1B
    • Suspect Jerrods shoots himself; Maples in custody in Alabama, 1/4/92, 1B; 1/8/92, 3B
  • Murder, Pascagoula
    • Hotten gets 20 years in '77 death, 11/25/87, 1B
  • Murder, Pass Christian
    • Paroled Parchman inmate arrested in Slidell youth's slaying, 5/10/93, 3B
  • Murder, Pearl
    • Hester
      • Buried, 8/24/88, 1A
      • Darin Hamby's testimony questioned, 1/6/89, 1A
      • Friends:Death caused by fuss over girl, 8/23/88, 1A
      • Hamby faces manslaughter charge, 10/5/88, 1A
      • Hamby faces murder charge, 3/21/88, 1A
      • Hamby manslaughter trial to start, 1/2/89, 1B
      • Hamby pleads innocent, 8/26/88, 1A
      • Hamby thought he was prowler, 8/22/88, 1A
      • Parents arrested near Hamby's home, 9/20/88, 1B
      • Testimony of Hamby's son in jeopardy, 1/5/89, 1A
      • Tom Hamby acquitted in Hester slaying, 1/7/89, 1A
    • Suspect Charlie Brown injured in apartment shooting, 1/4/91, 1B; 7/3/91, 2B
    • Teenager charged in shooting of Don Good of Jackson, 8/31/90, 5B; 9/1/90, 5B
    • Teenager given life sentence in Good slaying, 3/30/91, 5B
  • Murder, Pelahatchie
    • Reuben found guilty, 10/22/85, 3B
  • Murder, Pensacola
    • Ex-Jackson policeman Billy Coker slain in robbery, 1/29/91, 2B; 1/30/91, 5B
  • Murder, Picayune
    • Frierson will have pre-Christmas hearing, 11/26/90, 3B
    • Friersons are mourned by family and friends, 9/19/90, 1B
    • Grandmother had planned to take Frierson to drug rehab center, 9/18/90, 1A
    • Teenager John Frierson charged in deaths of 4 family members, 9/17/90, 1A, 7A
  • Murder, Pickens
    • Vaughan resident Randy Barton shoots wrong man, 8/4/91, 2B
  • Murder, Pike County
    • Ditcharo, 6/29/86, 1A; 6/30/86, 1A
  • Murder, Pine Bluff
    • Killer James Jones was on unsupervised probation from Mississippi, 5/11/91, 1A
  • Murder, Pope
    • Paula Houston, 6/8/86, 1A
  • Murder, Port Gibson
    • Killing at fund raising dance for slain JSU football player, 12/23/91, 1A
    • Sheriff: Clairborne County slaying pattern 'has to stop', 12/25/91, 1A
    • Wilie James Polk charged in slaying of two women, 2/15/89, 1A; 3/9/90, 1B
    • Woman, daughter slain in home
      • 2/14/89, 1A
  • Murder, Quitman
    • 2 escapees suspected in slaying, 4/28/86, 1A
    • Coroner suspects foul play in baby's death, 3/13/91, 2B
    • Slaying of teacher has town in shock, 2/23/90, 5B, 2/24/90, 5B
    • Woman charged in newborn boys death, 10/7/88, 1A
  • Murder, Quitman County SEE Parker family slayings
  • Murder, Raleigh
    • Crystal Eliott is slain, 12/14/90, 1B
    • Police say arrest is near in Eliott case, 12/31/90, 1B
  • Murder, Rankin County
    • Carl Lockett, 12/17/85, 1B
    • Carl Lockett (J & F Calhoun), 12/14/85, 1A; 12/15/85, 1A; 12/16/8, 1A
    • Carl Lockett gets death, 4/3/86, 1A
  • Murder, Raymond
    • Both suspects say other shot Stephen Goode, 3/13/91, 1B
    • Emerson's children placed with paternal grandparents, 1/4/92, 1B
    • Goode confession can be heard, judge rules, 1/18/92, 1B
    • Goode pleads guilty and apologizes at Columbus trial, 1/23/92, 1A
    • Goode slaying trial may be moved to Jackson, 12/18/91, 3B
    • Goode trial jury pool picked in Bay St. Louis, 1/4/92, 3B
    • Goode trial moved from Bay St. Louis to Columbus, 1/8/92, 3B
    • Goode trial: boss tells juror to get off panel, no matter how, 1/22/92, 4B
    • Goode trial: both defendants say the other fired the gun, 1/21/92, 5B
    • Jackson man charged with beating death of Samuel Slade, 9/8/90, 5B
    • Jury picked for Snelson's Bay St. Louis trial, 2/13/92, 4B
    • Snelson trial in Bay St. Louis; jury selection, 2/11/92, 2B; 2/12/92, 3B
    • Snelson trial: Charles Goode testifies, 2/15/92, 3B; 2/16/92, 1B
    • Snelson trial: death sentence handed down, 2/19/92, 1B
    • Snelson trial: victim's father a trial witness, 2/14/92, 1B
    • Snelson trial; jury weighs sentencing, 2/18/92, 1B
    • Stormy relationship of David and Margie Emerson ended, 1/2/92, 1A; 1/3/92, 1A
    • Suspect Charles Goode fled January court hearing, 2/23/91, 1A
    • Teen kidnapped, killed by cousin in burglary attempt, 2/22/91, 1A
    • Two men charged in death of Stephen Goode, 8/7/91, 4B
  • Murder, Ridgeland
    • Colston charged with shooting Kendricks on city street, 10/1/90, 1B
  • Murder, Rising Sun SEE Murder, Greenwood
  • Murder, Roxie
    • Grand jury to probe conspiracy, 11/17/88, 3B
  • Murder, Saucier
    • Laurel teen arrested, 4/1/89, 1A; 4/5/89, 1D
    • Laurel teen gets life term, 4/21/90, 4B
    • Laurel youth goes on trial, 2/26/90, 1B; 2/27/90, 5B
  • Murder, Shaw
    • 4 charged in slaying of man 13 years ago, 6/27/89, 1B; 9/15/89, 1B
  • Murder, Shubuta
    • Man shoots wife as she is carrying child in her arms, 9/2/91, 2B
    • Otha Johnson charged, 3/24/88, 1B
  • Murder, Southaven
    • Police officer shot; two arrested, 10/8/88, 1A
  • Murder, St. Martin community
    • Teens held in slayings of 4 family members, 10/25/94, 1A; 10/26/94, 1B
  • Murder, Starkville
    • 2 elderly women slain in apartment unit, 1/19/93, 2B; 1/20/93, 1B; 9/28/93, 3B
    • 2 elderly women: Willie Manning is charged, 4/2/94, 1A
    • Clifford
      • Outlaw captured in Atlanta, 8/1/88, 1A
      • Outlaw escapes jail, 2/22/88, 1A
      • Outlaw waives extradition, 8/2/88, 1A
    • Man stabbed to death; roommate arrested, 6/2/91, 2B
    • Outlaw returned to Parchman;gets 5 yrs, 8/3/88, 1A
    • Town in shock after brutal attacks on elderly women, 9/5/90, 2B
  • Murder, Summit
    • Family of 3 found slainin cabin; may have been dead 5 weeks, 12/18/93, 1B
  • Murder, Terry
    • Moncure charged in death of Dansby Wade, 9/14/89, 5B
    • Nightclub owner Wallace Martin charged, 6/4/91, 5B
  • Murder, Texas
    • Routine traffic stop on coast leads to arrest, 11/22/89, 1A
  • Murder, Tishomingo County
    • TV show features Keir Sanders case, 11/15/88, 1B
  • Murder, Topeka
    • Brock and Annie Burnett, 2/25/86, 1A; 2/25/86, 1B
    • Burnette couple, 3/26/86, 1B
  • Murder, Tupelo
    • Body of anchorwoman's boyfriend found in her car, 2/7/92, 5B
    • Westbrooks is charged in triple slaying at intersection, 11/16/89, 1A; 11/17/89, 1A
    • Westbrooks jurors say DA botched case, 9/29/91, 7B
    • Westbrooks jury to be selected in DeSoto County, 9/21/91, 3B
    • Westbrooks murder case ends in mistrial, 9/28/91, 2B
  • Murder, Union
    • Former mayor charged, 5/10/86, 1B; 5/11/86, 1B
  • Murder, Utica
    • Pinkney found guilty, 7/26/85, 1A
    • Pinkney given death sentence, 7/24/85, 2B; 7/27/85, 1A; 7/27/85, 1B
  • Murder, Verona
    • Police Chief Yant's death leaves town upset, 1A; 1/8/89; 5/24/89, 1A
  • Murder, Vicksburg
    • 9 year old testifies, 9/25/85, 3B
    • Crevitt pleads guilty to daughter's death, 8/16/85, 1A
    • Crevitt pleads insanity, 7/13/85, 1A
    • Cropduster and family slain at airstrip, 8/21/91, 2B; 8/22/91, 2B
    • Donald McNeal, 6/5/86, 4B; 6/6/86, 1B
    • Michael Freeman, 8/30/87, 1B; 9/1/87, 1A; 9/2/8, 1A
    • Pizza deliverer, 4/20/87, 1A
    • Pizza delivery man-Trial, 9/21/87, 1B; 9/22/87, 3B; 9/23/87, 1A
    • Preacher's bond set at $100,000, 7/14/88, 1B; 7/15/88, 1B
    • Steve Taylor, 9/26/85, 3B
    • Teenager shot; body left in woods, 10/8/89, 1B
    • Tony West gets death penalty, 6/27/85, 1B; 6/29/85, 1B
  • Murder, Walnut SEE Parker family slayings
  • Murder, Water Valley
    • Man kills grandfather, 9/18/87, 1B
  • Murder, Whitfield
    • Eddie Fletcher charged, 8/29/85, 1B
  • Murder, Yazoo City
    • Elisha Gilmer pleads innocent in infant's death, 10/19/90, 1B
    • Robbers say they didn't kill Robinson, 11/7/87, 1B
  • Murder-for-hire, Calhoun County
    • Father/daughter plot, 10/21/89, 1B; 10/25/89, 4B; 11/20/89, 1A
  • Murder-for-hire, Jackson
    • Margaret Madison pleads guilty, 6/7/89, 3B
    • Policeman's wife charged in case, 5/2/90, 1A; 5/3/90, 5B
    • Provine teacher Thomas Jordan held: plots to have wife killed, 12/22/92, 1B
    • Used car salesman charged in scheme, 3/16/90, 1B
    • Woman indicted, 4/6/89, 1B; 4/8/89, 1A
    • Woman Josephine Taylor planned to kill husband, 1/8/92, 4B; 4/11/92, 4B
  • Murder-for-hire, Leake County
    • Man offered truck for ex-wife's death, 2/22/90, 1B
  • Murder-for-hire, Mississippi
    • Highway patrol wants tough laws, 8/21/91, 2B
  • Murder-for-hire, Natchez
    • Quentin Love arrested in Kansas case, 12/17/92, 1B
  • Murder-for-hire, Newton County
    • Pair charged in plot to kill judge, 12/22/89, 1B; 12/29/89, 4B
  • Murder-for-hire, Oxford
    • Shaw claims he was tricked in Marcus Gordon scheme, 8/28/90, 3B; 8/30/90, 2B
    • Shaw found guilty of murder conspiracy, 8/31/90, 1B
  • Murder-for-hire, Pearl
    • Holmes' ex-business partner Carroll Burt caught in the middle, 8/26/91, 2B
    • Linda Walker arrested in plot to kill estranged husband, 12/30/93, 1B
    • Linda Walker...(update), 3/7/94, 3B
    • Shoe shop owner and manager charged in plot, 8/20/91, 1B; 8/21/91, 2B
  • Murder-for-hire, Scott County
    • Trucker Billy Randall pleads guilty in plot against wife, 10/26/91, 2B
  • Murder/suicide, Bay St. Louis
    • Sheriff baffled by shootings, suicide, 7/5/94, 3B
  • Murder/suicide, Clay County
    • Couple's deaths may have been murder/suicide, 6/9/91, 1B
  • Murder/suicide, Gulfport
    • Bodies of Air Force couple found, 9/5/91, 3B; 9/6/91, 2B, 3B
  • Murder/suicide, Hazlehurst
    • Man suspected in death of girlfriend kills himself, 11/1/94, 2B
  • Murder/suicide, Indianola
    • Dunn had record for gunplay, 1/22/92, 2B
    • Victims include gunman's three-year-old daughter, 1/20/92, 1A; 1/21/92, 1A
  • Murder/suicide, Jackson
    • Johnson kill himself while talking to 911 operator, 9/2/91, 1B; 9/3/91, 1A
    • Murder/suicide involving couple at The Advantages, 2/22/91, 1B
    • Murder/suicide of William Jones and Mary E. Brown, 5/4/89, 1A
    • Thomas Lewis kills ex-girlfriend, then himself, 2/8/94, 5B
  • Murder/suicide, Jackson County
    • Chapman couple apparent murder-suicide, 7/30/91, 3B
  • Murder/suicide, Vicksburg
    • Suicide, double murder near nightclub, 10/22/90, 2B
  • Murf, Randall
    • Wendy's Northside Drive customer for 18 years, 9/30/93, 1A
  • Murphey, Vic
    • Pelahatchie mayor will not seek reelection, 4/1/93, 4B
  • Murphree, Connie
    • Project Infinity earns fellowship for Hernando math teacher, 12/15/89, 4B
  • Murphree, David
    • (Trial) Defense wins one round, loses one, 5/23/92, 1B
    • (Trial) Murphree acquitted by Judge Lee, 5/28/92, 1A
    • (Trial) Questionable expenses were used 'for Mississippi', 5/20/92, 1A
    • (Trial) Seale's treating legislators: 'just the way it's done', 5/27/92, 1B
    • (Trial) Witness says he sought campaign funds from ITD, 5/22/92, 3B
    • Accusations against ITD are lies, he says, 7/16/89, 1B
    • Audit report of ITD is critical of him, 10/7/89, 1A
    • Charges dropped against ex-state official, 4/24/91, 1A; 4/28/91, 3G (Bush involved?)
    • Embezzlement trial set for May 13, 2/16/91, 1B
    • Fears past troubles may bar return to teaching, 4/26/91, 4B
    • Grand jury indicts him on embezzlement charges, 2/13/91, 1A; 2/14/91, 6B
    • His tragedy is state's loss of ITD dream, 2/17/91, 3H
    • Mississippi Institute for Technology Development, 3/22/87, 3H
    • New indictment: three counts of misuse of federal funds, 6/28/91, 1B
  • Murphy, C.D.
    • Tombstone sculptor, 6/20/89, 1C
  • Murphy, Charles
    • Arkansas oilman supports education in local speech, 4/14/92, 1B
  • Murphy, Ed
    • Resigns as Ole Miss basketball coach, 3/13/92, 1A
    • To be Ole Miss basketball coach, 8/18/86, 1A
  • Murphy, John
    • Retired Jackson physician opens Cornerstone Church family clinic, 10/27/90, 1C
  • Murphy, Mary Theresa
    • After 40 years mother meets children who thought her dead, 11/2/91, 2B
  • Murphy, Stu
    • Named by Fordice as head of Parole Board, 1/17/92, 1B
    • Replaces Lucas as Corrections Department chief, 9/22/94, 1A
  • Murrah High School
    • 45 students to attend Clinton inauguration, 12/8/92, 4B
    • Choir part of Normandy Invansion celebration in France, 3/12/94, 4B
    • Last Jackson school to have pipes repaired, 1/2/90, 1A
    • Madrigal singers, 12/19/89, 4B
    • Murrah singers perform at Carnegie Hall, 4/6/90, 4B
    • Prom
      • Drinking & Driving letter, 5/1/87, 1B
    • PTA seeking to allay fears following slaying of student, 9/5/91, 11A
    • Quiz Bowl team heads to nationals in Texas, 5/7/91, 4B
    • Student Joey Lucious stabbed to death in restroom, 8/31/91, 1A, 13A; 9/1/91, 1A
    • Students, faculty regret student killing; defend school's safety, 9/4/91, 1A
    • Thomas Travis, wounded in Lucious stabbing, is recovering, 9/5/91, 1A
    • Writers among graduates, 3/22/87, 1E
  • Murray, Betty
    • Accused of slapping student at Ridgeland Elementary School, 1/3/92, 1B; 1/4/92, 3B
    • Cleared in slapping case, 1/8/92, 1B
  • Murray, Judith Sargent
    • Grant to help preserve letters, 2/9/88, 1B
  • Murry, Roy
    • Elderly man checking on sister trapped for 2 days, 4/4/92, 2B
  • Muscadine Processing Plant
    • Ellisville, 10/15/87, 8B; 918/86, 1C
  • Muscadines
    • Article in the food section, 8/22/85, 1F
    • Broadhead starts vineyard, 1/31/86, 8B
    • Broadhead to capitalize on, 8/12/86, 8B
    • Farming, 10/15/87, 8B
    • Hot weather was mixed blessing for farmers, 9/23/90, 1G
    • Mississippi
      • Scuppernongs, 8/31/88, 1D
    • Mississippi drawing attention for, 7/16/85, 3B; 9/24/85, 8B
  • Muscle cars
    • Mississippi
      • Car owners come out, 8/30/88, 1C
  • Muscular Dystrophy Association
    • MDA treats patients as people, 4/3/88, 1C
    • Tour of homes benefit in Palisades subdivision, 12/9/94, 1E
  • Muse, Clyde SEE Hinds Community College
  • Muse, Fred and Rachel
    • Red Cross workers, 3/12/86, 1C
  • Museum Cafe
    • Restaurant review, 4/11/91, 2C
  • Museum of Art
    • Antique Show and Sale, 4/25/91, 1D
    • Antiques and Arts Symposium, 4/27/94, 1D
    • Auxiliary's Winter Fortnight a l'Art, 12/27/89, 1E
    • Black artist Harold Dorsey charges discrimination, 7/29/94, 4B
    • Celebrates birthday of Impressions Gallery, 4/5/90, 15E
    • Collegiate Competition features various media, 3/11/90, 1F
    • Contemporary Icons and Explorations..., 7/14/91, 1F
    • Degas exhibit, 5/26/94, 3B; 5/29/94, 1F; 7/31/94, 1B
    • Degas exhibit: Degas descendant Charles Musson, 7/17/94, 1B
    • Degas exhibit: it's packed and shipped on to Dayton, Ohio, 8/2/94, 1B
    • Dutch and Flemish Master Paintings...exhibit, 2/28/92, 1E
    • Exhibit: Let's face it: a fresh look at portraiture, 12/24/89, 1F
    • Exhibit: Walter Anderson: Celebrating the Child, 12/26/93, 1F
    • Exhibits work by Whitfield patients, 10/18/89, 1D
    • Figurative Explorations...
      • Artists Ed McGowin, Randy Hayes, Ke Francis, 9/17/89, 1F
    • Glass Creations exhibition, 10/22/89, 1F
    • Hometown Heroes show, 1/3/93, 1F
    • Impressions Gallery, 3/22/87, 1B
    • Mississippi Regional Scholastic Art Awards, 2/3/91, 1F, winners listing, 4F
    • New Year's Eve Extravaganza, 12/29/94, 3E
    • Night photography from Hallmark Collection, 7/23/89, 1F
    • Norman Rockwell exhibit, 2/21/88, 1E
    • Official Images: New Deal Photography, 7/11/93, 1F
    • Painting of Lee & Jackson, 9/25/88, 1F
    • People flock to Rockwell exhibit, 3/3/88, 1B
    • Preserving and promoting visual arts, 10/24/93, 1F
    • Receives federal grant to establish satellite museums, 12/12/89, 1B
    • Shows off donated treasure, 7/10/88, 1F
    • Silver tableware of the 19th Century on display, 4/3/94, 1F
    • Space for state's artists, 10/4/87, 10F
    • Sullivan is new director, 9/28/92, 1D
    • Symposium on 'Decorating with Antiques', 4/19/92, 1F
    • Symposium on antiques and decorative arts, 4/25/90, 1D
    • That's All Folks!...animation exhibit, 11/21/91, 8E
    • Tougaloo College's collection on display, 9/8/94, 1D
    • Watercolor show, 11/7/93, 1F
    • Watercolor Society's Grand National Exhibition, 10/29/89, 1F
    • Will open branches in Tupelo, Hattiesburg, Biloxi, 12/11/88, 1F
  • Museum of Art SEE ALSO Cottonlandia Museum
  • Museum of Natural Science, 3/22/87, 12D
    • Attemps to deal with budget cutbacks, 6/14/91, 1B
    • Charlie the alligator retires, 12/21/91, 1B
    • Snake symposium, 7/14/93, 1D
    • Workshop 'Water, water everywhere', 6/29/90, 4B
  • Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience
    • Utica, 10/7/89, 1C; 10/17/91, 9E
      • Future of Jewish Monuments exhibit, 3/27/94, 1F
      • Multicultural education conference, 6/10/92, 1B
      • Preserving history of dwindling community, 5/2/94, 1B
  • Museum, US
    • Host museums need plenty of cash to exhibit great art, 5/29/94, 1F
  • Museums, Jackson
    • Museum shops: are you in the market for art?, 7/17/94, 1F
  • Museums, Meridian
    • City begins work on railroad museum, 3/24/91, 4B
  • Museums, Rankin County, 12/17/86, 1B
  • Museums, Small museums in Mississippi, 4/5/87, 1E
  • Museums, Taylorsville
    • Watkins Museum, 3/27/88, 1B
  • Museums, Tupelo
    • Museum a smorgasbord of golden oldies, 9/7/88, 1C
  • Museums, Vicksburg
    • Toys & Soldiers Museum, 8/17/88, 1D
  • Museums, Water Valley
    • Caboose to house historical museum, 11/23/87, 3B
    • City restoring railroad depot, 12/26/87, 1B
  • Musgrove, Hollis
    • Church of God in Christ bishop for south Mississippi, 1/18/92, 1D
  • Mushroom farming
    • Catching on in Mississippi, 8/30/93, 1D
    • Flora man finds market for mushrooms, 2/24/89, 8B
    • In Delta, 12/15/85, 1B
    • Monroe County farmer Ruth Sisson, 3/29/92, 2C; 8/30/93, 1D
  • Mushrooms, 10/22/87, 1F
    • Hunters, 7/18/87, 1B
    • Wild mushrooms kill Lucedale child, 5/21/94, 1B
  • Music
    • Business use of music and paying of copyright owners, 6/28/89, 1D
  • Music SEE ALSO Albums
  • Music SEE ALSO New Music Seminar
  • Music Expo for the 90s
    • At Mississippi Trade Mart, 8/16/90, 3E
  • Music for Guns
    • Called a success, 11/20/93, 1B
    • Exchange offered by Jackson radio station, 10/19/93, 1A; 10/28/93, 1A; 10/29/93, 4B
  • Music Institute of Fine Arts
    • At Alta Woods Baptist Church, 9/12/92, 1D
  • Music lessons
    • A sound investment, 7/19/92, 1E
  • Music tapes
    • Counterfeit audiotapes confiscated from 2 Chicago men, 4/8/92, 2B
    • Jackson police seize counterfeit tapes at Metro Ramada sale, 8/29/93, 1A
    • LaPlace, Louisiana man sold bootleg tapes in Mississippi, 3/20/91, 2B
    • Man arrested for selling counterfeit Malaco Records tape, 7/23/92, 4B
  • Music teachers
    • Jerome and Sipriano score high in national ranking, 11/16/90, 4B
  • Musicians
    • Church musicians in short supply, 5/12/90, 1D
    • Fred Knobloch & Greg "Fingers" Taylor, 12/28/87, 1C
    • Mississippians, 6/7/87, 1E
    • Violinist Adrian Walker of St.Louis Symphony, 8/22/89, 1D
  • Muslims
    • Islam and Nation of Islam take very different paths, 3/26/94, 1D
    • Islam in Mississippi, 3/26/94, 1D
    • Monthlong religious holiday of Ramazan begins, 2/29/92, 1D
    • Mosque in south Jackson a peaceful haven, 5/24/91, 1E
  • Mussels
    • Black Club Shell mussel in East Fork Tombigbee River, 8/22/89, 3B
    • Polluted rivers, 2/17/86, 1B
    • Proposition to list as endangered species, 4/10/86, 3B
  • Musson, Charles SEE Museum of Art
  • Mustaches, 2/10/87, 1D
  • Mustangs
    • Adopt a horse program, 2/16/88, 1C
  • Mustangs (automobiles)
    • Highway Patrol gets stable of ten, 3/29/91, 2B
    • Hudson family of Sumrall are enthusiasts, 4/15/91, 3B
    • Mid-Mississippi Mustang Club, 3/5/92, 2E; 3/11/94, 1E; 3/12/93, 1E; 5/11/90, 1F
    • Thief paints Horace Slay's pink Mustang cherry red, 2/27/93, 3B
  • Mustard gas
    • Army plans to slip through Mississippi, 5/21/86, 1A
  • Mustard Seed of Mississippi
    • Helps mentally handicapped, 12/2/89, 1C
    • Residents get prayer and Scripture training, 2/20/93, 1D
  • Mutual Benefit Life
    • Mississippians shouldn't be affected by its takeover, 7/16/91, 6B
  • Mutual funds
    • Know dangers before investing, 5/11/92, 4B
    • Shopping for a fund? Take your pick, 11/13/89, 1E
    • Tax exempt MFS Mississippi Municipal Bond Fund, 8/6/92, 5B
  • MUW SEE Mississippi University for Women
  • Muzak, 8/24/87, 1D
    • Metro-Communications, Jow Swain owner
      • Business profile, 5/28/90, 4E
  • Muzorewa, Abel
    • Methodists' first black bishop speaks in Corinth, 4/27/91, 1D
  • My Favorite Spaghetti
    • Restaurant review, 9/9/93, 4E; 9/14/89, 4F
  • Myer, Brandi
    • Philadelphia teenager kills herself in cemetery, 3/1/93, 1B
  • Myers family
    • Farmland, 7/11/87, 1A
  • Myers, Bruns
    • Wins Landon award, 7/19/86, 1C
  • Myers, Jack Dubard
    • Convicted in scamming of religious investors, 11/6/93, 1B
  • Myers, James
    • Flowood policeman files discrimination suit against ex-chief, 6/2/93, 4B
  • Myers, Janett SEE Habitat for Humanity
  • Myers, Ronald
    • A man for all seasons, 10/29/90, 1E
    • Doctor in poverty-stricken Tchula, 1/7/90, 1A; 1/20/90, 1B; 1/27/90, 1B; 2/17/90, 1A
    • Encourages black churches to minister in Delta, 7/6/91, 1D
    • Participation in Freddie Waits Memorial Jazz Concert, 4/26/91, 1E
    • Tchula doctor calls for health-care reform, 11/28/92, 1D
    • Tchula doctor/musician attracts national attention, 4/6/90, 1E
  • Myers, Sam
    • Blues bandsman back home, 12/29/88, 1C
    • Delta blues, 9/21/86, 1A
  • Myers, Therrell SEE Vocational education
  • Myles, Morton
    • Dress designer, 9/15/87, 1D
  • Myles, Obadiah
    • Provine principal recovering from brain surgery, 10/24/91, 1A
  • Mynelle Gardens
    • Founder Mynelle Hayward dies at age 92, 8/27/94, 1B
    • Jackson
      • Library opens on grounds, 5/27/91, 1B
      • Rhythm-and-blues picnic, 7/13/92, 3B
      • Weekend Getaway, 10/3/91, 3E
  • Myrick, Jamiacus
    • 3-year-old shot by 4-year-old brother dies, 4/11/94, 1B
  • Myricks, Larry
    • 30 feet:still looking for perfect jump, 6/12/88, 1D
    • Dead set on exceeding Lewis, 7/20/88, 1C
    • Destiny turned on him at Olympics, 9/30/88, 1D
    • U.S.Olympic team, 7/19/88, 1C
  • Mystic, 2/8/87, 1E
  • Mystic Krewe of Alpheus
    • In Natchez, 2/11/93, 8E
 

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