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Clarion-Ledger Indexes
 YEAR 1995 C 

C
  • Cable boxes SEE Cable converter boxes
  • Cable converter boxes
    • Proposed federal law would let retailers sell boxes, 11/14/95, 5B
  • Cable television
    • Rates to go up April 1, 3/22/95, 4B
  • Cable television SEE ALSO Cable converter boxes
  • Cadillac Rose
    • Gulfport strip joint allowed to reopen, 3/10/96, 3B; 12/24/95, 3B
  • Cajun Kitchen
    • Mini restaurant on wheels, 9/19/95, 5B
  • Calcium channel blockers SEE Hypertension
  • Calhoun County Jail
    • 6 prisoners flee, 11/14/95, 1B
    • Computer glich at new jail: 2 inmates flee, 10/7/95, 1A
    • Jailor Rachel Ingals accused of aiding escapees, 12/25/95, 3B
  • Calhoun, Anna
    • Ridgeland artist's works on display at Cups and Coffee Roasters, 2/26/95, 1F
  • Calhoun, Credell
    • Back in spotlight; defends his actions, 6/12/95, 1B
    • Charles Tisdale files assault charges against Calhoun, 2/4/95, 1A
    • Denies favoritism charges in vote on BFI garbage contract, 2/8/95, 4B
    • Elected president of City Council, 5/31/95, 1B
    • He and Tisdale chastised over altercation, 6/8/95, 1B
  • Callon Petroleum Co
    • Steadily building financial base after going public, 12/10/95, 5B
  • Camcorders
    • New generation of digital video cameras, 12/18/95, 1D
  • Camelia Festival SEE Jackson Camelia Society
  • Camellia Gardens
    • Hattiesburg wedding center is bankrupt, 9/14/95, 7B
  • Camp Shelby
    • Reunion of Japanese-American World War II regiment, 6/11/95, 5B; 6/18/95, 1A
  • Camp Sister Spirit
    • Judge rules it's not a private nuisance, 7/6/95, 1B
    • Nuisance trial in Laurel, 5/23/95, 3B
    • Opponents once again try to shut camp down, 7/29/95, 3B
    • Opponents say camp disrupts Ovett community, 5/18/95, 1B
  • Camp, Charles
    • Man linked to 4 carjackings, 2 deaths kills himself, 1/21/95, 1B
  • Campaign funds
    • 1995, 7/12/95, 5A
      • LDDS case show laws can be manipulated, 12/27/95, 1B
  • Campbell, Martha SEE Community Stewpot
  • Campbell, Paul
    • New Visions: Black Artists of the South, 1/15/95, 1F
  • Campbell, Will
    • His new book 'The Stem of Jesse...', 3/8/95, 1B
  • Camps SEE ALSO Wilderness camps
  • Campus Crusade for Christ
    • All Night Praise and Youth Rally, 3/22/95, 1D
  • CAN (Children and Neglect) SEE Catholic Charities
  • Canada, Ben
    • Drawing criticism in Atlanta job, 5/10/95, 1A
    • Sick-days claim won't be paid by JPS, 7/13/95, 1A
  • Canada, Joe
    • Indicted on child pornography charges, 3/11/95, 1B; 3/15/96, 2B; 6/23/95, 1B
    • Tupelo DJ subject of New Orleans child molestation probe, 3/2/95, 1B; 3/3/95, 1B
  • Canadian Football League (CFL) SEE Football
  • Cancer
    • State population-based cancer registry
      • Identifies areas of high incidence, 7/27/95, 1A
  • Cancer SEE ALSO National Cancer Survivors Day
  • Cancer SEE ALSO Prostate cancer
  • Cancer SEE ALSO Taxol
  • Caning
    • Bill introduced in Legislature, 1/8/95, 1A; 1/15/95, 3G (Minor column)
    • Should the state whip offenders? Pro and con, 2/19/95, 1G
  • Canton Academy
    • Memorial Day play, 5/6/95, 5B
  • Canton Flea Market, 1995
    • Flooding cuts into attendance, 5/12/95, 5B
    • Marks 50th year with new shuttle service, 5/11/95, 10E
    • Possibility of shuttle bus from Jackson, 4/28/95, 1E
    • Shoppers begin before sunrise, 10/13/95, 4B
  • Canton Police Department
    • 2 narcotics officers stripped of powers, 3/10/95, 1B
    • Alderman to try again to get Luckett appointment, 1/13/95, 4B; 1/18/95, 4B
    • Aldermen reject Wilson's choice for 2nd in command, 2/8/95, 4B
    • Officer Tucker is wounded; arrest made, 4/27/95, 2B
    • Police reserve called for, 4/25/95, 3B
    • Police woman Vickie McNeil files suit over Luckett appointment, 2/18/95, 4B
  • Canton Public Schools
    • Budget may require tax hike, 5/27/95, 4B
    • Interim superintendent, 8/17/95, 8B; 8/18/95, 4B
    • Spivey heads school board, 3/14/95, 5B
    • Threatened with loss of Tech-Prep program, 10/20/95, 1B
  • Canton, Mississippi
    • Alderman Fred Esco called upon to resign
      • Doesn't support mayor, 2/11/95, 5B
    • City checks and taxpayer receipts missing, 2/17/95, 4B
    • City government plagued by resignations, retirements, 5/24/95, 4B
    • Pizza outlet approved for Courthouse Square, 2/28/95, 5B
  • Capital Center Inc
    • BID bid fails, 11/14/95, 5B
    • Business improvement district (BID) effort, 9/24/95, 4B
    • City Council members criticize its racial makeup, 7/12/95, 4B
    • City funding criticized by SCLC, 7/6/95, 4B; 7/7/95, 1B
    • Plan allowing it to manage downtown Jackson
      • City Council protest, 6/21/95, 2B
    • Says projects are making progress, 11/11/95, 5B
    • Year-old revitalization plan still needs funding, 2/3/95, 5B
  • Capital City Church of God
    • Southern Heights Community Church
      • Merger, 2/4/95, 1D
  • Capitol Cablevision
    • Basic cable rate drops $1.00, 8/4/95, 5B
    • City to seek minority role in cable deal, 12/9/95, 5B
    • Rates will rise for some subscribers, 12/31/95, 1B
    • Will begin prosecuting cable pirates, 11/17/95, 8B
  • Capitol Complex Plan SEE Mississippi Legislature, 1995 or 1996---Capitol...
  • Cappalettis (stuffed Italian pasta)
    • Culinary magic by Gonnillini family of Natchez, 10/11/95, 1D
  • Caprine Extravaganza
    • Promotion for goat meat, 6/27/95, 1D
  • Car audio systems SEE Automobile audio systems
  • Car bombing (Clinton) SEE Pipe bombs
  • Car seats SEE Child safety seats
  • Caradon Inc
    • Pelahatchie plant closes; 203 jobs lost, 5/9/95, 5B
    • Spurs Pelahatchie growth
      • Formerly Season-All Industries, 3/17/95, 4B
  • Cardiovascular disease SEE Heart disease
  • Career Opportunities Person Enhancement Project
    • GED program, 4/22/95, 5B
  • Career Wear
    • Women's apparel store in downtown Jackson
      • Nick Tremonte, owner, 3/16/95, 5B
  • Carjackings, Jackson
    • 3 men arrested in slaying of their friend Demetrius Tyler, 6/29/95, 5B
    • Byram resident John Brown says police slow to act, 1/18/95, 1A
    • Early morning incident in north Jackson
      • Assault, crashes hurt 6, 10/20/95, 1A
    • Man killed at Ellis Avenue and Raymond Road, 6/18/95, 2B
    • South African missionary abducted on High Street, 8/6/95, 1B
    • Woman jumps from car at Banner Hall, 6/23/95, 4B
  • Carley, George
    • 15-year old Jones Countian charge with killing his parents, 3/28/95, 1A
  • Carmichael, Gil
    • Named chairman of MK Rail Corp, 3/8/95, 5B
  • Carnegie Hero Fund Commission
    • Braxton man Richard Adcock honored, 6/30/95, 1B
  • Carnley, James
    • Pelahatchie man charged with killing his brother, 3/14/95, 5B
  • Carpenter, Brandy
    • Has spina bifida: her life depends on Medicaid, 7/7/95, 1A
  • Carrie's Learning Daycare Center
    • 3 arrested in shooting, 4/6/95, 1A
    • 3rd(?) suspect arrested, 4/27/95, 1B
    • Drive-by shooting, 3/25/95, 1A; 3/26/95, 4B; 3/28/95, 1B
    • Owner, children appeal to City Council, 3/29/95, 1A
    • Shooting still haunts center, 4/4/95, 5B
    • Worker shot at nearby Church's Fried Chicken, 6/2/95, 4B
  • Carriere Volunteer Fire Department
    • Tightens control of finances, 2/22/95, 3B
  • Cartlidge, Jacob
    • Newly elected Sharkey County sheriff is a felon, 11/9/95, 3B
  • Casino stocks SEE Gambling, United States
  • Catalina Lighting Inc
    • New $10 Million facility in Lee County, 3/11/95, 7B
  • Catfish Festival SEE World Catfish Festival
  • Catfish industry, Mississippi
    • Process and prices up for 1995, 12/25/95, 2B
    • Profile Mississippi, 2/26/95, 2I
  • Catfish Institute
    • $2 Million ad campaign, 7/8/95, 8B
    • Oficials introduce catfish to Germany, 7/25/95, 2B
  • Catholic Charities
    • 2 new counseling programs Home Ties and CAN (Children and Neglect), 6/3/95, 1D
    • Cross designed by Lynn Green Root for fund-raiser, 12/2/95, 1D
  • Cats
    • Gulf Shore Regional Cat Show, 6/1/95, 1D
    • Lowrance sisters search for home for cat with AIDS, 10/24/95, 1B
    • Program, an oral flea treatment, 6/1/95, 1D
  • Cattle
    • Cow sexually assaulted, slain, Oxford woman says, 9/16/95, 1B
  • Cattle, Jackson
    • Truck overturns; cattle loose on west Jackson streets, 10/1/95, 1A
  • Caveham Forest Industries
    • Ferwood mill is computerized, 9/12/95, 5B
  • CDs SEE ALSO Automobile audio systems
  • Cellular Communications Corp
    • Highland Village firm open downtown office, 11/28/95, 5B
  • Cellular Extension Services
    • Gulfport
      • Court order stops its expansion into Jackson, 7/12/95, 5B
  • Cellular telephones
    • Concern at hospitals when activated near medical equipment, 6/16/95, 1B
    • Convenience, security, lower costs, 7/17/95, 1D, 2D
    • If you go cellular, you better shop around, 5/22/95, 4B
  • CelticFest
    • This year honors Choctaw Indians, 9/3/95, 1B; 9/7/95, 9E; 9/10/95, 1B
  • Cemeteries, Canton
    • City division dissolved because of blunders
      • Misplaced plots, 6/22/95, 4B
  • Cemeteries, Florence
    • Opposition by residents kills cemetery, 4/12/95, 4B
  • Cemeteries, Mississippi
    • Family cemeteries back in style, 2/24/95, 1A
  • Cemeteries, Natchez
    • Natchez City Cemetery
      • If the dead could talk..., 6/4/95, 1E
  • Cemeteries, Pontotoc County
    • County historical society fights to save cemeteries, 11/25/95, 3B
  • Cemeteries, Ridgeland
    • Changes to discourage vandalism in Trace Ridge area cemetery, 6/28/95, 4B
  • Center for Education Analysis
    • Public Education Forum of Mississippi, 3/13/95, 3B
  • Center for Emerging Technologies
    • To provide workers for high-tech jobs, 9/29/95, 5B
  • Center for Independent Learning Friendship Connection, 11/17/95, 7B
  • Center for International Seaman and Truckers
    • At port of Gulfport, 8/14/95, 3B
  • Center for Math, Science and Technology
    • Lincoln County Public Schools, 10/14/95, 1B
  • Center for the Study of Southern Culture
    • New quarterly 'Reckon', 3/12/95, 3G (Minor column)
  • CENTRA
    • Auditing firm suggests dumping CENTRA, 3/10/95, 1A
    • Ed Ranck criticized for choosing SENTRA as insurer, 2/17/95, 3B
    • Fight with Blue Cross goes to court, 1/6/95, 1A; 3/7/95, 3B
    • Fight with Blue Cross is settled, 6/24/95, 1B
    • Fight with Blue Cross still going on, 5/29/95, 1A
    • GROUP URGES LEGISLATURE TO END FEUD, 1/27/95, 4B; 1/28/95, 1B
    • Overdue bill owed to Blue Cross
      • Doctors may withdraw from plan, 1/5/95, 1B
    • Shape up 'or else,' Ranck says, 3/15/95, 1B
    • Up for job performance review, 8/21/95, 3B
  • CENTRA SEE ALSO Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi
  • Central Mississippi Correctional Facility
    • $14.4 contract for 1440 new beds, 7/1/95, 2B
    • New sanctuary
      • Wendy Hatcher, chaplain, 6/24/95, 1D
    • New wing opens, 8/12/95, 1B
  • Century Cellunet
    • $12 Million to overhaul its state system, 5/3/95, 5B
  • CEO Metro Jackson
    • Education vouchers to low income families, 8/5/95, 1B
  • Challenger Electrical Equipment Corp
    • Jackson plant to close down
      • 441 jobs lost, 2/3/95, 5B
  • Chambliss, Alvin
    • Working as consultant at Thurgood Marshall School of Law at TSU, 11/13/95 1B
  • Chancery Court
    • Rankin County judges to get instant trial transcripts, 5/28/95, 1A
  • Chaney, James SEE ALSO Civil rights workers
  • Chaney, James SEE ALSO James Earl Chaney Foundation
  • Chapel of the Cross
    • Day in the Country, 10/7/95, 1D
  • Chapman, Clyde SEE Burglary, Terry
  • Charities
    • Hinds County budget; funding on hold for local organizations, 8/29/95, 1B
  • Charter Hospital
    • In-house probe of death of Teresa Cheeks, 19, 9/7/95, 3B
  • Chase, Ricky SEE Death row inmates
  • Chastain Middle School
    • New classrooms by January 1, 1996, 8/28/95, 1B
  • Chau, Simon
    • 14-pound, 10-ounce boy born in Greenwood, 11/24/95, 5B
  • Check, Austin Dan
    • Claims bankruptcy fraud against Thomas Webb, 4/18/95, 1B
  • Checkers
    • Champion Don Lafferty vs. computer, 1/8/95, 1B
    • Tournament in Jackson
      • World champion Ronald King of Barbados, 5/29/95, 1B
  • Checkers SEE ALSO International Checkers Hall of Fame
  • Checks
    • Hinds County institutes special night court for bad-check writers, 2/15/95, 1B
  • Cheeks, Teresa SEE Charter Hospital
  • Cheerleaders, Laurel
    • Robin Walters paralyzed after stunt, 4/28/95, 1A; 4/29/95, 1A; 4/30/95, 1B
  • Chen, Alice
    • Named Rhodes Scholar, 12/10/95, 1A
  • Chen, Shuang Rong
    • Man slays restaurant is killed by JPD, 11/29/95, 1A; 11/30/95, 1B
  • Cherokee Heights neighborhood
    • Anti-crime fight, 3/5/95, 1B
  • Chick-Fil-A
    • Eateries trying locations outside of malls, 1/13/95, 5B
  • Chickenpox
    • FDA approves vaccine; should be available in 3 months, 3/18/95, 1A
    • Vaccine not yet available from state Health Department, 5/22/95, 1A
  • Chickens
    • Madison man Ross Richardson stiches up his mauled pet chicken, 7/14/95, 1A
    • USDA redefines 'fresh chicken', 8/25/95, 5B
  • CHIDAMBARRAM
    • Hindu spiritual dance group performs locally, 5/27/95, 1D
  • Child abuse, Greenwood
    • Children found locked in house: mother arrested, 9/22/95, 1B
  • Child abuse, Hattiesburg
    • 2 children left alone all day; 2-year old drinking beer, 8/26/95, 1A
  • Child abuse, Jackson
    • 5 children left home alone on Burton Street, 10/31/95, 4B
    • Babysitter Tonya Williams charged in killing of Lisa Davis's son, 4/17/95, 2B
    • Babysitter Tonya Williams: state had taken Williams' children, 4/18/95, 1A
    • Death of 4-year-old Ricardo Tatum investigated, 5/11/95, 1B
    • Parenting classes offered by the Exchange Club, 4/21/95, 1A
    • Pearl woman charged: left 3 kids in car, 7/11/95, 1A; 7/12/95, 3B; 7/15/95, 1A
  • Child abuse, Mississippi
    • Children's Advocacy Center in Mantachie, 6/27/95, 2B
    • Is it always neglectful to leave children in a car alone?, 11/22/95, 1A
    • Reporting up 298% from 1984 thru 1993, 12/22/295, 1A
  • Child abuse, Southaven
    • Babysitter leaves 5 small children unattended, 1/22/95, 1B
  • Child abuse, Vicksburg
    • DHS looks at burns on 1-year old, 1/8/95, 4B
    • Toddler Kyandrea Williams dies
      • Mother arrested, 11/10/95, 3B
  • Child care centers
    • 24-hour round-the-clock child care, 7/23/95, 1E
    • First Christian Church in downtown Jackson, 10/19/95, 1B
    • On-the-job sites urged for businesses, 7/23/95, 1A
    • Sportsworld in Ridgeland, 4/7/95, 1A
    • Stokes calls for guards at centers for children, elderly, 2/28/95, 5B; 3/9/95, 4B
  • Child care, Mississippi
    • Companies find day care worth investment, 1/22/95, 2C
    • Foster care workers reject Gingrich's orphanage plan, 1/28/95, 1A
  • Child custody, Mississippi
    • Woman alcoholic loses children to ex-husband, a felon, 12/26/95, 1B
  • Child prosecution law SEE Juvenile offenders
  • Child safety seats
    • GM settlement to fund free car seat program, 7/7/95, 3B
  • Child support
    • Casinos improve payment in many counties, 2/9/95, 1A
    • Computer glitch cleared; checks on schedule again, 10/28/95, 1A
    • Congress says pay up or lose your licenses (driver's, hunting, etc.), 10/13/95, 1A
  • Child welfare, Mississippi
    • State improves slightly: now #49 in nation, 4/25/95, 1A
  • Childbirth Doula program SEE Mississippi Action for Progress
  • Childre, Mitch
    • Alderman Mike Carr says Childre hit him on head, 5/5/95, 1B
    • Pearl residents say mayor's behavior embarassing, 5/8/95, 1A
  • Childre, Mitch SEE ALSO Pearl, Mississippi
  • Children (cost of) SEE Cost of raising a child
  • Children left home alone SEE Child abuse
  • Children's Advocacy Center
    • If Only...(photography exhibit), 4/13/95, 1D
    • Mantachie
      • To aid victims of child abuse, 6/27/95, 2B
  • Children's Book Festival
    • At USM: Tomie dePaola honored, 3/21/95, 1D
  • Children's Choir of Mississippi
    • Performs at Old Capitol Museum, 12/4/95, 1B
  • Children's Defense Fund
    • Says cuts in Head Start likely, 1/16/95, 1B
  • Children's Education Opportunity Foundation of Metro Jackson
    • SEE CEO Metro Jackson
  • Children, Mississippi
    • Cost of raising a child, 6/21/95, 1D
    • Eating habits: don't make an issue of it, 7/4/95, 1D
  • Chili peppers
    • Used to soothe pain, 2/22/95, 1D
  • Chimneyville Barbecue
    • Restaurant review, 4/13/95, 4E
  • Chimneyville Cafe
    • Restaurant review, 2/2/95, 4E
  • Chimneyville Crafts Festival
    • Preview party kicks off 19th festival, 11/26/95, 1F
  • China Buffet
    • Restaurant review, 8/10/95, 4E
  • Choctaw Indians
    • Chief Martin supports streamlining of BIA, 5/10/95, 1B
    • Chief Phillip Martin seeking another term, 5/29/95, 2B
    • First American Printing and Direct Mail ownership, 3/2/95, 5B
    • Mississippi Choctaws celebrate 50 years of independence, 4/20/95, 3B; 4/21/95, 3B
    • NASA and Choctaws set tribal school project, 5/5/95, 3B
  • Chop shops
    • Cars, parts found on an aerial search in Lincoln County
      • Gunnell arrested, 10/14/95, 2B
    • Jackson police seize 3 trainloads of stolen car parts
      • 3 arrested, 1/12/95, 1A
  • Chores
    • Experts and parents agree chores develop values, 6/14/95, 1D
  • Christ United Methodist Church
    • Effort in inner-city community, 10/7/95, 1D
    • Rev Leon Collier appointed to staff, 6/17/95, 1D
  • Christian counseling
    • More seek spiritual aspect to their counseling, 6/3/95, 1D
  • Christian Heritage Week, 9/23/95, 1D
  • Christian Identity
    • Fringe group may have ties to Oklahomoa City bombing, 5/7/95, 1A
  • Christian, Willie
    • Habitat for Humanity builds home for quadriplegic, 9/23/95, 1B
  • Christian, Willie SEE Habitat for Humanity
  • Christians in Action
    • Jackson City Council promises more funding, 11/15/95, 1B
  • Christiansen, Adam SEE ALSO Edwards, Mississippi
  • Christiansen, Adam SEE ALSO McNair, Henry
  • Christmas cards
    • Mississippi Easter Seal Society's auction and card sale, 11/30/95, 1D
  • Christmas Carol, A SEE New Stage
  • Christmas decorations
    • Arcola's donated decorations, 11/14/95, 2B
    • Muted colors such as purple are alternatives, 12/11/95, 1D
  • Christmas gifts
    • Electronic goodies hot gift items for Xmas 1995, 12/23/95, 1B
  • Christmas parade, 1995
    • Despite cold weather fun goes on, 12/10/95, 1A
  • Christmas shopping
    • Jackson stores expect busy 'day after', 12/26/95, 1B; 12/27/95, 1A
  • Christmas shopping, 1995
    • Christmas Eve (Sunday) hours, 11/29/95, 1A; 11/30/95, 1A; 12/25/95, 1B
    • Gift-filled baskets, 11/27/95, 1D
    • Have a very wary Christmas, police say, 11/27/95, 1A
    • Niemann Marcus Holiday Express Train in Jackson, 11/24/95, 1E
    • Shopping by computer, 11/24/95, 1A
    • Spree for underpriviledged children at K-Mart, 12/3/95, 1B
    • Traffic jams herald start of season, 11/23/95, 1A; 11/25/95, 1A
  • Christmas toys
    • Barbie dolls so scarce for Xmas some children get IOUs, 12/23/95, 1A
  • Christmas trees SEE ALSO White House Christmas Tree
  • Christmas, 1995
    • 2 groups honor area WWII veterans, 12/21/95, 7B
    • Airport radar will clear way for Santa, 12/22/95, 1B
    • Christmas ballet performances, 12/3/95, 1F
    • Christmas of 1860 recreated at Melrose in Natchez, 12/14/95, 10E
    • City's needy not forgotten, 12/26/95, 1A
    • Dressing for the holidays, 11/26/95, 1E
    • Fun traditions for families, 11/30/95, 1D
    • Help to needy outlast season, 12/7/95, 1B
    • Jackson airport bustling with holiday homecomings, 12/24/95, 1A
    • Last-minute celebrations, 12/21/95, 10E
    • Late-starting school vacations (Dec 22), 11/30/95, 1A
    • Nativity sets, 12/14/95, 1D
    • Plays, pageants, parades, etc, 11/30/95, 10E
    • Post-holiday free time for children, 12/26/95, 1D
    • Seasonal businesses do brisk business in short period, 12/8/95, 6B
    • What Christmas means to several Jacksonians, 12/23/95, 1D
  • Christmon, Darryl
    • JSU administrator faces assault charge, 10/31/95, 1B; 11/1/95, 1B; 11/11/95, 4B
  • Church missions
    • Ministering from inner-city to foreign countries, 12/16/95, 1D
  • Church of Christ Holiness USA
    • Denomination founded in Mississippi, 2/24/95, 1E; 8/8/96, 1D
  • Church of God in Christ
    • Affinity credit card, 6/21/95, 5B
    • Denomination founded in Mississippi, 2/24/95, 1E
    • New headquarters in Hattiesburg, 9/2/95, 1D
  • Church's Fried Chicken
    • Worker shot: gunman still on loose, 6/2/95, 4B
  • Churches, Jackson
    • Accomodations for worshipers with disabilities, 4/22/95, 1D
    • Financial management seminar, 3/18/95, 1D
    • Offbeat places used as churches, 1/19/95, 1D
    • Shopping center locations are convenient, 7/22/95, 1D
  • Churches, Madison County
    • Expanding facilities to meet booming growth, 11/11/95, 1D
  • Churches, Mississippi
    • Casual wear in church, 3/25/95, 1D
    • Handful have integrated congregations, 2/25/95, 1D
    • Hispanic communities welcomed: viva diversity!, 9/16/95, 1D
  • Cicero's
    • Stoneville
      • Restaurant review, 3/9/95, 4E
  • Cigarette smoking, US
    • President Clinton's proposed restrictions
      • Local response, 8/11/95, 1A
  • Circle Creek Aquaculture
    • Catfish company may be listed on NASDAQ, 11/16/95, 9B
  • Circuit clerks, Hinds County
    • Brinston sues Dunn, 6/20/95, 4B
    • Dunn ousts Brinston, 3/3/95, 1B
  • Cisneros, Henry
    • Inspects Natchez low-income housing projects, 4/27/95, 1B
  • Cities and towns, Mississippi SEE Livable Community Awards
  • City Administrator (Jackson) SEE Cook, John William
  • City Administrator (Jackson) SEE Hensley, Terry
  • City Animal Shelter SEE Animal shelter
  • City attorney, Jackson SEE ALSO Scott, Leslie
  • City attorney, Jackson SEE ALSO Stone, Terry
  • City Clerk, Jackson
    • Allyne Evans sues City Council over selection procedure, 1/2/95, 1B; 1/24/95, 2B
  • City contracts, Jackson
    • City urged to open up contracts to more women, 11/13/95, 1B
  • City Council
    • Armstrong rips Calhoun on budget board appointments, 7/12/95, 3B
    • Calhoun elected Council president, 5/31/95, 1B
    • Claim for fence damaged in police chase, 5/17/95, 4B; 6/11/95, 1B
    • Clash with City Administrator Terry Hensley, 4/8/95, 1A
    • Criticized for paying claims it doesn't have to, 5/13/95, 1B
    • Dispute: closing of Lavernet Road, 9/13/95, 1A
    • Factionalism? Have voting blocs developed?, 7/24/95, 1A
    • May hire additional staff members, 4/12/95, 4B
    • Prayer called for after raucous session, 9/27/95, 1A
    • Sergeant-at-arms needed, Calhoun says, 10/10/95, 4B
    • Stokes sues Ditto over investigation of Fire Department, 5/27/95, 3B
    • Unanimously opposes repeal of the Brady Bill, 5/26/95, 3B
    • Weekly recognition of honorable citizens, 1/26/95, 1A
  • City employees, Jackson
    • Residency of workers on City Council agenda, 1/10/95, 1B
    • Residency requirement: firefighters favor commuter tax, 1/20/95, 4B
  • City employees, Madison
    • Can't talk to the aldermen without mayor's OK, 1/13/95, 1B; 1/28/95, 4B
  • City government
    • Jackson's mayor/council form: 10 years later, 5/20/95, 1B
  • City of New Orleans SEE Railroads---Amtrak's City of New Orleans
  • City/county funding issue
    • Jackson deserves more money, officials say, 12/15/95, 1A
  • Civic center (Ridgeland) SEE Ridgeland, Mississippi
  • Civil Air Patrol
    • Mississippi Wing
      • 1st female commander Rebecca Baum, 5/7/95, 1B
  • Civil rights workers
    • Chaney's brother wants indictments in 1964 slayings, 5/18/95, 1B
  • Civil War
    • Grand Gulf Military Park
      • Site of largely forgotten battle, 10/14/95, 1A
    • Mississippian Samuel Postlethwaite honored at Rhode Island cemetery, 5/27/95, 1A
  • Civil War SEE ALSO Rebel flag
  • Civil War SEE ALSO Sons of Confederate Veterans
  • Claims against city government (Jackson)
    • SEE Suing state and local government
  • Clarion-Ledger
    • Building renovation, 1/17/96, 5A; 6/4/95, 1A; 6/5/95, 1A
    • Education page wins national award, 3/4/95, 1B
    • John Kelly named director of advertising, 12/7/95, 1B
    • Seeks input on coverage of education issues, 11/12/95, 1B
  • Clarion-Ledger All Star Seniors
    • 1992 winners thriving in college, 5/1/95, 1B, 3B
    • 20 selected for CLASS awards, 4/16/95, 1B; 5/5/95, 1A, 6B-7B
  • Clark, Dollie
    • Wins right to trial in hospital death of husband Arthur Clark, 8/5/95, 1B
  • Clark, Eric SEE ALSO Elections, 1995---Secretary of State...
  • Clark, Joe (DOT) SEE Transportation Department
  • Clark, Larry D
    • Port Gibson minister/supervisor candidate may face shooting charges, 8/29/95, 3B
  • Clark, Lillian SEE Arts Commission
  • CLASS awards SEE Clarion-Ledger All Star Seniors
  • Class reunions
    • Reunion of Reunions
      • For 1975 graduates of all Jackson high schools, 2/20/95, 2B
  • Clay, Janice Carolyn SEE Divorce
  • Clear Branch Volunteer Fire Department
    • 2 proposed stations in Rankin County, 10/25/95, 4B
  • Cleere, Ray
    • Audit of his books as Higher Education Commissioner, 7/22/95, 1B
    • Named president of Piedmont College in Georgia, 5/9/95, 1B; 5/12/95, 3B
  • Cleere, Ray SEE ALSO College Board
  • Cleere, Ray SEE ALSO Commissioner of Higher Education
  • Cleg, Billy Joe SEE Presidential election, 1996
  • Clem, Roger
    • Felon suspected in slaying of Louisiana veterinarian, 9/12/95, 2B
  • Clesi, Bud
    • 75-year old Vicksburg man is 4th degree black belt, 3/19/95, 1E
  • Cleveland, Lee Ann
    • Charged with neglect: left 3 children in car, 7/11/95, 1A; 7/12/95, 3B
    • Job was in jeopardy, mother says, 7/15/95, 1A
  • Clifton Street
    • Run-down block of houses razed, 3/23/95, 1B
  • Clifton, Chester SEE Mahned Bridge murders
  • ClimaSafe
    • Mini-storage company putting security 1st, 3/30/95, 5B
  • Clincy, Clifton SEE Wildliffe Society
  • Clinton Public Schools
    • State of the School District, by Randy McCoy, 3/2/95, 4B
  • Clinton, Bill
    • Coast man James Owens denies threatening President, 6/13/95, 2B
    • Mississippi congressmen react to State of the Union address, 1/25/95, 5A
  • Clinton, Mississippi
    • Alderman reject federal housing grant, 4/25/95, 3B
    • Hometown Mississippi retirement community, 9/15/95, 4B
  • Clothing
    • Fall fashion '95, 8/20/95, E+
    • Fashion plates Lynn Green Root, Chip Miskelly, etc., 1/10/95, 1D
  • Club Exit
    • Christian nightclub, 4/24/95, 1D
  • Coahoma County Jail
    • Cleared after investigation into weekend fire, stabbing, 7/11/95, 2B
  • Coalition for Citizens with Disabilities
    • Opposes Medicaid cuts, 5/12/95, 1B
  • Coasters, The
    • At Ameristar Casino, Vicksburg, 1/19/95, 7E
  • Coca-Cola Scholars Program
    • 17 Mississippi students honored, 5/19/95, 3B
  • Cocaine, Jackson
    • Stash found in trash on Eastover Drive, 9/15/95, 1B
  • Cochran, Thad
    • A 'moderate conservative', 8/24/95, 9A (Minor column)
    • Dinner to fund Ole Miss congressional archive building, 3/23/95, 1B
    • Given use of Jefferson Davis's desk for Washington office, 8/14/95, 1B
    • Rivalry with Trent Lott, 12/3/95, 3g (Minor column)
  • Cock of the Walk
    • Patrons' illnesses are probed, 3/7/95, 5B
  • Coffeehouses
    • Jackson interest is brewing, 1/26/95, 10E
  • Coggin, James
    • Former McRae's executive named Proffitt's CEO, 3/17/95, 5B
  • Cole, Alicia
    • Jackson 6th-grader wins Michael Jordan Foundation award, 7/6/95, 4B
  • Coleman, Frank C SEE Jail deaths
  • Coleman, Jim
    • Volunteer first-aid chief at Veterans Stadium, 9/22/95, 1E
  • Coleman, Johnny SEE Rape, Pelahatchie
  • Coleman, William F
    • Judge aids woman shot outside Hinds County Courthouse, 1/31/95, 5B
  • Coliseum SEE Mississippi Coliseum
  • Coliseum SEE Mississippi Fairgrounds
  • Collecting our Past to Secure Our Future...
    • Preservation of black historical papers, 11/29/95, 4B
  • College Board
    • Cleere's books to be audited, 7/22/95, 1B
    • Fordice must make 5 appointments, 3/17/96, 3B; 11/27/95, 1B
    • If Fordice is re-elected he can mold Board, 8/16/95, 1B
    • Meetings may be held less often, 9/9/95, 1A
    • Pickett is interim administrator, 5/19/95, 1B
    • Robinson is candidate to replace Cleere, 1/21/95, 3B
  • College Board SEE ALSO Commissioner of Higher Education
  • College Board SEE ALSO Layzell, Thomas
  • College education
    • Earning credit by viewing videos at home, 10/8/95, 1B
  • College graduates
    • Ceremonies held at JSU and other universities, 5/14/95, 1B
  • Collier, Leon SEE Christ United Methodist Church
  • Collins, James
    • Beaten to death by 2 young teenagers, 11/8/95, 3B
  • Collins, Marva
    • Renowned teacher at seminar in Jackson, 9/21/95, 1A
  • Collins, Michael
    • Contractor uses skills to restore ancestral homes, 1/30/95, 1D
  • Collins, Patsy SEE Organ transplants
  • Collis Hill community
    • To get sewer line, 6/1/95, 4B
  • Colonial Mart Library
    • SEE Jackson/Hinds Library System---Colonial Mart...
  • Color scheme SEE Retail stores, US
  • Colson, Scott
    • Inducted into International Horseshoeing Hall of Fame, 12/22/95, 1E
  • Columbus Air Force Base
    • On closure alert, 5/11/95, 1A; 5/20/95, 1B; 6/8/95, 3B; 6/9/95, 1B
    • Spared in latest round of closures, 6/23/95, 1A
  • Commission on Environmental Quality
    • State Supreme Court blasts its handling of landfill, 3/18/95, 1B
  • Commission on Environmental Quality SEE ALSO Department of Environmental Quality
  • Commissioner of Higher Education
    • Cleere successor: 12 remain on list, 2/17/95, 3B
    • Cleere successor: 4 interviews scheduled, 3/22/95, 3B
    • Cleere successor: candidate Edgar Schick, 3/28/95, 3B
    • Cleere successor: candidate Elson Floyd, 3/30/95, 3B
    • Cleere successor: candidate Rayburn Barton, 3/2/95, 1B; 3/3/95, 3B; 3/29/95, 3B
    • Cleere successor: interviews to be in Memphis, 2/25/95, 3B
    • Cleere successor: Layzell is chosen, 3/31/95, 1A; 4/10/95, 1A
    • Layzell cultivating allies, 8/21/95, 1A
  • Commissioner of Higher Education SEE ALSO Cleere, Ray
  • Commissioner of Higher Education SEE ALSO College Board
  • Commmissioner of Higher Education
    • Layzell outlines goals, 8/17/95, 1B
  • CommuniGroup
    • Would be hurt by federal telecommunications reform, 8/5/95, 5B
  • Community block grants SEE Block grants
  • Community colleges
    • 5000 to graduate at Spring commencements, 5/2/95, 3B
    • Leaders push for faculty pay raise, 9/27/95, 3B
  • Community Day
    • UMC, 2/27/95, 1A
  • Community Development Expo
    • Loan opportunites for business development, 4/13/95, 4B
  • Community Federal Savings Bank
    • Tupelo thrift to go public, 9/28/95, 6B
  • Community National Bank
    • A new national bank in Hattiesburg, 6/10/95, 5B
  • Community Organization for Health Awareness
    • Health fair in Bolton, 5/25/95, 4B
  • Community policing SEE Jackson Police Department
  • Community policing SEE Police, Mississippi
  • Community Stewpot
    • Campbell and McBride honored for work, 9/8/95, 4B
  • Commuter tax SEE ALSO City employees, Jackson
  • Competitive bid contracts
    • PEER praises state's purchasing system, 6/28/95, 1B
  • Compton, Jerry
    • Named assistant superintendent for Rankin County schools, 5/12/95, 5B
  • CompuServe SEE MobileComm
  • Computer shopping
    • Cyber shop: big companies putting products on info highway, 11/24/95, 1A
  • Computers
    • Clarion-Ledger column by Lee Dukes, 8/27/95, 4B
    • Ergonomic work areas, 6/30/95, 1E
    • Local buffs offered preview of Windows 95, 8/23/95, 1A, 5B
    • Pioneering teachers' own initiative bringing computers to classrooms, 12/10/95, 1A
  • Conflict-of-interest
    • WA Productions (Maggie Wade and Elayne Hayes-Anthony), 1/10/95, 1A
  • Congress Street
    • Landmark renovation slated, 3/15/95, 4B
  • Congressmen
    • Most in Mississippi delegation support GOP budget, 6/29/95, 13A
  • Conrod, Ernest
    • Trial delayed, 4/17/95, 3B
  • Consolidated Systems Inc
    • To build 2nd plant in Byram, 10/6/95, 5B
  • Constables, Mississippi
    • 13 miss deadline for reporting income, 5/16/95, 1B
  • Constables, Rankin County
    • Sandra Hicks is 1st female constable, 1/6/95, 4B
  • Construction, Mississippi
    • State government projects: Ranck asks for slow down, 9/14/95, 2B
  • Consultants
    • Being use to fill college presidents posts, 4/26/95, 1A
  • Contract with America
    • Mississippi's poor will be the losers, 4/23/95, 3H (Minor column)
  • Contracts SEE County contracts
  • Convenience stores, Carrol County
    • Suspects held in multiple slayings, 12/14/95, 4B
  • Convenience stores, Jackson
    • Neighbors oppose gas pumps at Shop Tyme in south Jackson, 6/30/95, 5B
    • Super Quik clerk shot in legs during holdup, 7/19/95, 1B
  • Convenience stores, Mississippi
    • One-stop shops now offer a little of everything, 11/19/95, 7B
  • Convention centers
    • Vicksburg
      • Downtown center planned, 9/21/95, 5B; 10/4/95, 3B
  • Conway Computer Group
    • Purchased by Nichols Research Corp (Huntsville), 8/11/95, 5B
  • Cook, Byron SEE Mississippi currency
  • Cook, John
    • State retiree is Jackson's new director of administration, 6/1/95, 2B
  • Cook, John William
    • Named as Jackson's new city administrator, 10/26/95, 7B
  • Cook, Scott
    • His work in windows of Tiffany & Co, New York, 4/23/95, 1G
  • Cooper, Charlie
    • 95-year old man killed had no cash; killed by robber, 12/4/95, 1A; 12/10/95, 2B
  • Coral Reef Cafe
    • Restaurant review, 12/14/95, 4E
  • Cordle, Richard
    • Greenwood man owns airliner parts salvage yard, 5/12/95, 1B
  • Corey, Carolyn
    • Suspension lifted: accuser changed story, 1/11/95, 4B
  • Corinth Police Department
    • Officer accused on rape while on duty, 11/1/95, 1B
  • Corley, Robert
    • JPD officer is American Legions's Mississippi Officer of the Year, 8/6/95, 4B
  • Corley, William
    • Former Detention Center guard wants Ditto's apology, 7/8/95, 1A
  • Coroners, Madison County
    • Baldwin's competence questioned, 10/11/95, 1A
  • Corporal punishment, Hinds County
    • Grand jury recommends paddling, 1/21/95, 5B
  • Corporal punishment, Jackson
    • JPS officials rethink paddling ban, 6/4/95, 1B
    • JPS survey sent out, 10/17/95, 1A; 10/26/95, 1B
    • Paddling plan submitted to Board, 1/18/96, 1B; 12/19/95, 1A
  • Corporate Community Service Week
    • Loaned-out employees doing good deeds, 10/26/95, 1A, 1D
  • Corporations, Mississippi
    • State companies lag behild national average in Dow surge, 11/23/95, 4B
  • Corrections Commissioner SEE Department of Corrections
  • Cost of raising a child, 7/5/93, 4B
    • Bundles of joy cost bundles of money, 10/23/95, 4B
  • Cottingham, Mike
    • Nationally ranked in wheelchair tennis, 6/2/95, 1E
  • Cotton
    • 1995 crop ruined by tobacco budworm, 8/19/95, 2B; 9/1/95, 8B; 10/15/95, 7B
    • Cotton futures highest since 1976, 2/23/95, 5B; 3/21/95, 6B
    • Senator Cochran pushes for aid, 9/14/95, 3B
  • Cotton SEE ALSO Bollgard
  • Couch, James
    • Boat explosion on Pearl River: emergency response, 7/4/95, 3B; 7/5/95, 1A; 7/8/95, 1A
  • Council on Compulsive Gambling, 2/29/96, 3B; 11/17/95, 1A
  • Counselors SEE Christian counseling
  • Counterfeit items
    • Clothing siezed at Sun Fashions and Latest Fashions on Hwy 80, 8/1/95, 2B
  • Country music
    • Many faces of country music, 8/21/95, 1D
  • County contracts
    • Rankin County's bidding procedure questioned, 12/9/95, 1B
  • County employees, Rankin County
    • New rules for county-employed drivers, 4/18/95, 5B
  • Court of Appeals (Mississippi)
    • New court loosens legal logjams, 2/23/95, 1A; 6/7/95, 2B; 9/13/95, 2B
    • Various cases before court, 10/5/95, 6B
  • Court security SEE Hinds County Courthouse---Security...
  • Court Watch
    • Madison County using ankle bracelet alarm system, 3/16/95, 1A
  • Courts, Jackson SEE ALSO Jackson Municipal Court
  • Courts, Mississippi SEE ALSO Court of Appeals (Mississippi)
  • Courts, Mississippi SEE ALSO Drug court system
  • Covington, Dennis
    • Book: 'Salvation of Sand Mountain'
      • (About snakehandling), 3/4/95, 1D
  • Coyotes
    • Not uncommon near cities, 10/17/95, 1A
  • Craddieth, Edna
    • Former insurance firm worker pleads guilty to theft of checks, 3/15/95, 3B
  • Craftsmen's Guild of Mississippi
    • Adult Crafts Sampler, 9/29/95, 1E
    • Allen is interim director, 1/27/95, 1E
    • Profile Mississippi, 2/26/95, 3I
  • Crash and dash break-ins, Jackson
    • Downtown Gun and Pawn, 7/1/95, 4B
  • Crawford, Bill SEE Elections, 1996---US House--3rd District
  • Credit cards
    • Thief Stephen Joseph Ray, 5/3/95, 1B
  • Credit cards SEE ALSO Church of God in Christ
  • Credit unions
    • State unions healthy and growing, officials say, 8/19/95, 5B
  • Creel, Jefferson
    • National guardsman injured in jump in Georgia, 5/4/95, 4B; 5/6/95, 5B
  • Cricenti, George
    • Jackson'a new Public Safety Commissioner, 5/19/95, 3B
  • Crie rate, Brandon (1995)
    • Luckney Road subdivision entrance, 11/28/95, 4B
  • Crime Lab
    • Backlog of cases slows work, 8/19/95, 1B
  • Crime on college campuses SEE Universities, Mississippi---Crime...
  • Crime Prevention Forums SEE Metro Jackson Chamber of Commerce
  • Crime rate, Canton (1995)
    • 3 arrested in slaying of Rhodrix Hodges, 3/27/95, 2B
  • Crime rate, Clinton (1995)
    • Johnny Penilton is year's first homicide, 7/10/95, 3B
  • Crime rate, Gulfport (1995)
    • Bodies of 2 men found in house, 1/10/95, 3B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1993)
    • 3 at Club Colors...Alexander denies shooting rifle, 2/15/95, 4B
    • 3 at Club Colors...slaying weapon argued, 2/14/95, 5B
    • 3 at Club Colors: Alexander found guilty, 2/17/95, 1B
    • 3 at Club Colors: Alexander's rifle could have killed trio, 2/16/95, 4B
    • 3 killed, Club Colors: Alexander & Williams' life terms, 2/24/95, 3B
    • 3 killed...(trial) trio killed with assault rifle, 2/11/95, 4B
    • 3 killed...Club Colors: trial of Barry Alexander, 2/9/95, 4B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1994)
    • 11% JUMP OVER 1993, 3/4/95, 1A, 13A
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1994)
    • 3 on Comfort St.: JPD still seeking clues, 10/4/95, 1A; 10/5/95, 9B
    • 3 on Comfort...relative seeks memorial, 10/11/95, 4B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1994)
    • CITY'S RATE FOR 1994 (chart), 1/2/95, 1B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1994)
    • Fabra Care killings: trial, 11/28/95, 11/30/95, 3B
    • Fabra Care...suspect Donald Burton, 9/26/95, 4B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1994)
    • FAMILY, FRIENDS LIKELY SUSPECTS IN MAJORITY OF SLAYINGS, 1/2/95, 1A
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1994)
    • Infant Demontarius Dennis: father faces grand jury, 1/27/95, 5B
    • Man charged in strangulation death of 5-year-old, 1/1/95, 1B
    • Robbery suspected...few clues in slaying of Makeba Winston, 12/19/95, 4B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1995)
    • 10th homicide: Gene Hughes, 2/7/95, 5B
    • 13th homicide: Lloyd McLin shot on West Capitol, 2/14/95, 3B; 2/17/95, 4B
    • 1st homicide of the year, 1/3/95, 1B; 1/4/95, 4B
    • 2 killed, 1 hurt in separate shootings, 5/16/95, 5B
    • 23rd slaying: man on Prosperity Street, 3/23/95, 2B
    • 25th homicide: Fredrick Casnel, 4/10/95, 2B
    • 2nd slaying in a week at boarding house, 3/5/95, 6B
    • 3% drop first half of 1995
      • But homicide up 33%, 8/11/95, 1A, 7A
    • 34th slaying: man charged, 5/11/95, 3B
    • 3rd woman found strangled in an abandoned building, 8/17/95, 8B
    • 54th homicide: identity sought, 7/2/95, 4B
    • 57th homicide: L.C. Herman, 7/10/95, 3B
    • 74-year old man charged in slaying of 60-year old, 9/4/95, 2B
    • 8th homicide: a link to earlier slaying?, 1/29/95, 1B
    • 90th homicide: Brandon woman dead in car, 12/26/95, 3B; 12/27/95, 3B
    • Atti-crime ad by Crime Commission, 2/11/95, 3B: 2/14/95, 1A
    • City's deadliest neighborhood noted for drug trade, 7/30/95, 10A
    • Crime summit: 600 youths attend, 3/4/95, 4B; 3/5/95, 1B
    • Crime summit: residents support 7 proposals, 1/10/95, 1A
    • Crime summit: victims' perspectives, 1/8/95, 1A, 10A-11A
    • Crime worries persist after flight from Jackson, 4/16/95, 12A
    • Home security: careless homeowners targets to thieves, 7/12/95, 1A, 1D
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1995)
    • HOMICIDE SKYROCKETING; DRUG TRADE BLAMED, 7/30/95, 10A
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1995)
    • Homicide: man killed at Travel Lodge on West Capitol, 2/11/95, 5B
    • Homicides 91 and 92: G Goodine and C Cowards, 1/3/96, 2B; 12/29/95, 5B
    • Hope Springs...Church prayer vigil, 1/16/95, 1A; 1/17/95 3B
    • Jackson Violent Crime Task Force, 3/28/95, 1A
    • Juveniles commit 65% of city crimes, 11/10/95, 4B
    • Man robbed and stabbed in Maywood Mart attack at 9:30 a.m., 7/11/95, 4B
    • Midday shootout on Prosperity Street: 1 killed, 1/25/95, 1B
    • Mother Minnie Hinkle barricades family in home for safety, 6/9/95, 1A
    • Mutilated body of Roosevelt Garner found, 1/24/95, 1D
    • National Night Out, 8/1/95, 1A; 8/2/95, 1B
    • Serial killer? 4 women have been slain in abandoned houses, 8/24/95, 1A
    • Slain car theft victim city's 3rd homicide, 1/15/95, 3B
    • Thinking he was...JPD says DA ignored evidence in killing, 12/23/95, 1B
    • Woman Cheryl Garcia found strangled in vacant house, 1/19/95, 4B
  • Crime rate, Madison County (1995)
    • Suburban growth sweezing police forces, 9/24/95, 1A
  • Crime rate, Mississippi
    • Federal grant for statewide computer linkup of criminal info, 1/12/95, 1B
  • Crime rate, Mississippi (1994)
    • Homicide rate falls nationwide, but not in Mississippi, 10/24/95, 1A
  • CRIME RATE, MISSISSIPPI (1994)
    • STATE LEADS NATION IN PER-CAPITA CRIME GROWTH, 11/21/95, 1A
  • Crime rate, Mississippi (1995)
    • Crime summit: committees offer recommendations, 1/8/95 (tabloid)
    • Crime summit: crime is #1 issues with newspaper's readers, 1/9/95, 1B
    • Crime summit: statewide law enforcement computer linkup, 1/12/95, 1B
  • CRIME RATE, MISSISSIPPI (1995)
    • KIDS WHO KILL, 1/2/95, 1A
  • Crime rate, Mississippi (1995)
    • Rural crime: agencies work together, 7/18/95, 1A
  • Crime rate, Nettleton (1995)
    • 2 teenage girls held in shooting of Frank Lowe, 16, 7/23/95, 3B
  • Crime rate, Rankin County (1995)
    • Suburban growth sweezing police forces, 9/24/95, 1A
  • Crime rate, US (1994)
    • Homicide rate falls nationwide, but not in Mississippi, 10/24/95, 1A
    • Slayings by male teenagers skyrocketing
      • Serious crime drops 3%, 5/22/95, 1A
  • Crime rate, US (1995)
    • Local sheriffs say lack of jail space biggest problem, 6/14/95, 3B
  • Crime victims
    • $892,000 federal grant for victims' groups, 7/7/95, 3B
    • Call for more rights, 1/8/95, 1A+
    • Family and friends of Johnny Britton march to Capitol, 3/24/95, 4B
    • Homicide victims' survivors: exclusive club, 9/13/95, 1B
  • Crisis Pregnancy Center
    • Speech by Pam Stenzel of Straight Talk
      • Abstinence is key, 5/27/95, 1D
  • Crook, Mike SEE Genesis Management Strategies
  • Crosby Arboretum
    • Profile Mississippi, 2/26/95, 5I
  • Crosby Memorial Hospital
    • Workers hit by fumes from Louisiana gas leak patients, 10/26/95, 6B
  • Crosby, Bryant Terry
    • Newborn baby weighs in at 14 pounds, 13 ounces, 9/21/95, 1A; 11/20/95, 1A
  • Cross-burning (south Jackson) SEE Race relations--South Jackson...
  • Crossroads of the South Invitational Soccer Tournament, 10/29/95, 1B
  • Crouch, Andrae
    • Gospel singer in concert at Tupelo Coliseum, 4/6/95, 1D
  • Cruelty to animals SEE Animal rights
  • Cruises (Russian ships) SEE Port of Gulfport
  • Culver, Teri and Gene
    • 10-year Gautier co-workers learn they are siblings, 1/1/95, 6B
  • Cummins, Bob
    • Pearl resident pulls gun on fugitive, dials 911, 10/22/95, 1A
  • Cunningham, Denise
    • Accused man George Taylor's trial, 3/23/95, 1B; 3/24/95, 5B
    • Murder charge dropped against George Taylor, 8/22/95, 3B
    • Taylor's 2nd trial ends in deadlock, 8/15/95, 3B
  • Curfews, Canton
    • City considers measure, 5/27/95, 4B; 6/7/95, 4B
    • Measure goes into effect, 8/17/95, 1A
  • Curfews, Shelby
    • Officials approve curfew, 11/12/95, 8B
  • Curfews, Tupelo
    • Measure working, police say, 9/26/95, 3B
  • Curfews, Vicksburg
    • New curfew goes into effect, 7/23/95, 2B
  • Currency SEE Mississippi currency
  • Curriculum (JPS) SEE Jackson Public Schools (1995)---Curriculum...
  • Cut Off Road SEE Roads and Streets, Rankin County
  • Cutley, Jessie
    • Carla Smith given 28-year sentence, 10/25/95, 4B
    • Carla Smith, 15, found guilty of murder, 9/21/95, 1B; 10/6/95, 1A
    • Trial of Carla Smith, 15, 9/19/95, 2B
    • Trial of Don Jerrell Williams, 9/6/95, 3B; 9/7/95, 6B
  • Cypress Lake subdivision
    • Fiber-optic cable installation, 2/17/95, 5B
  • Cyprus Cove Personal Care Home
    • Neighborhood opposition, 10/10/95, 4B; 10/31/95, 4B
  • Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
    • Warns of man illegally seeking donations, 4/6/95, 3B

 

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