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Clarion-Ledger Indexes
 YEAR 1986 - 1994  E  

  • E&L's Bar-B-Que
    • Restaurant review, 8/24/89, 4G
  • E.F. Young Manufacturing Co
    • Named regional minority business of the year, 10/1/91, 10B
  • E.R.
    • TV show close to real thing, emergency personnel say, 11/17/94, 1D
  • Eagle Bend Resort Club, 1/31/87, 1B; 10/28/86, 1B
  • Eagle Lake
    • Boat launch closed, 7/7/87, 1A
    • Public access to Eagle Lake fading, 3/12/89, 12D
  • Eagle Scouts SEE Boy and Girl Scouts
  • Eagles
    • Attempt to bring them back to coast, 5/11/86, 1B
    • Eaglets' death
      • Eagle Lake, 3/8/87, 1B
    • Horn Island bald eagle chick takes to wing, 3/7/91, 2B
    • Hunters, pesticides blamed for state's bald eagle decline, 7/4/91, 1B
    • Man-made Southern Bald Eagles' nest in Delisle, 10/20/92, 1B
    • Six eagles poised to join Horn Island colony, 3/9/89, 3B
    • Steals fish from Purvis pond, 10/19/90, 1A
  • Ealy, Eligh
    • 105 yrs. old, 10/21/86, 1D
  • Ealy, Jessie SEE Iraqi invasion
  • Ear lobe
    • Is crease sign of early heart disease?, 5/4/91, 4A
  • Ear-piercing
    • Fashionable, but is it safe?, 1/26/92, 1E
  • Earl Scheib Auto Paint Shop
    • Closes Jackson operation, 6/19/92, 5B
  • Earley, Wanda
    • Must serve her 15-year sentence for sexually abusing her son, 2/13/92, 1B
  • Earth Day, 1990
    • Activities statewide highlight Earth Day, 4/23/90, 1A
    • Boosted Mississippi's recycling efforts, 4/22/91, 1A
    • Family cultivates a new lifestyle, 4/21/90, 1A
    • Grenada teenager will get down and dirty, 4/19/90, 1B
    • Pascagoula students invest in Costa Rican rain forest, 4/18/90, 1B
    • Schools accept the call, 4/15/90, 1B
    • Students around the state can get involved, 4/20/90, 4B
    • Today is Earth Day, 4/22/90, 1A+
    • Tune into nature at LeFleur's Bluff, 4/19/90, 15E
  • Earthquakes
    • Mississippi, Jackson city schools prepared, Canada says, 11/22/90, 5B
  • Earthquakes, Humphreys County
    • Tremors measure 2.4 on Richter scale, 12/12/92, 1A
  • Earthquakes, Jackson
    • Drill to test city's emergency readiness, 10/22/92, 4B
  • Earthquakes, Los Angeles
    • 8 from Mississippi on mercy mission, 1/22/94, 4B
    • Mississippiians tell their stories of Great Quake of '94, 1/18/94, 6A
  • Earthquakes, Mississippi
    • Antique dealers protecting valuable pieces, 11/26/90, 1A
    • Board of Education tells schools to prepare, 8/17/90, 1B; 8/23/90, 5B
    • Boyd Elementary students write own manual, 11/20/90, 4B
    • Building codes unfit for quake, expert says, 11/7/90, 6B
    • California earthquake veteran stresses organization, 10/6/90, 4B
    • Citizens of northeast Mississippi show concern, 11/25/90, 1A
    • Concern causes boom in bottle water sales, 9/6/90, 1A
    • Dams in north Mississipi eyed for strength, 10/14/94, 1A, 9A
    • Disaster, medical emergency drill held, 8/11/89, 4B
    • Drills helping emergency crews prepare, 10/14/90, 6B
    • Earthquake preparedness (chart), 11/25/90, 19A
    • Emergency Management Agency pays big for quake awareness, 12/4/90, 1B
    • ETV to examine earth's rumblings, 10/24/90, 1D
  • EARTHQUAKES, MISSISSIPPI
    • EXPERT PREDICTS MAJOR QUAKE FOR DECEMBER 2 OR 3, 7/15/90, 1E; 8/7/90, 3B
  • Earthquakes, Mississippi
    • Forecast keeps some away from school, 12/4/90, 1A
    • Greenwood meeting on preparing for emergency, 10/30/90, 1B
    • Hinds County emergency workers take response course, 10/5/90, 5B
    • Insurance firms shaken by high sales of quake policies, 10/26/90, 1A
    • Jackson officials practice response to disaster, 11/29/90, 5B
    • Jackson schools to drill in duck-and-cover procedures, 9/20/90, 1A
    • Law enforcement officials don't see major problems with jails, 11/23/90, 1A
    • Local officials say disaster plan is solid, 10/25/90, 5B
    • Mabus seeks state strategy to meet quake threat, 8/21/90, 1A
    • Major quake could destroy Mississippi River levees, 6/17/90, 5B
    • Many industries gear up 'just in case', 11/27/90, 1B
    • Medical community confident it could handle disaster, 11/30/90, 1B
    • Merchants profiting from sale of emergency supplies, 11/28/90, 1A
    • Methodist conference offers insurance to member churches, 11/10/90, 1C
    • Mock disaster drill in Jackson, 10/25/92, 1B
    • Monitoring system may be updated, reopened, 7/28/88, 4B
    • No major flooding expected should quake occur, 11/29/90, 1A
    • No quake on December 2; Mississippians roll with the flow, 12/3/90, 1A
    • Officials advise preparedness for all such disasters, 10/1/90, 4B
    • Panel: Earthquake prediction without basis, 10/19/90, 2A
    • Predictions lead state schools into preparedness, 8/5/90, 1A, 11A
    • Preparation training in schools has varied, 12/1/90, 1B
    • Preparations include food runs, parties, 12/2/90, 1B
    • Psychologist says drills upsetting students, 11/27/90, 4B
    • Quake prediction prompts calls by homeowners for insurance, 7/17/90, 1A
    • Rankin County students practice 'duck, cover and hold', 11/21/90, 1B
    • Residents add earthquake insurance coverage, 11/3/89, 8B
    • School closures for December 2 and 3 rare, 11/24/90, 1A
    • Specialists study December 2nd or 3rd earthquake prediction, 9/4/90, 1A
    • State agencies say they are ready, 12/1/90, 4B
    • State in danger of major quake by year 2000, 4/9/89, 6B
    • State may monitor New Madrid Fault, 10/19/89, 1A
    • State officials skeptical of New Madrid quake prediction, 12/3/89, 7B
    • State utility companies lack emergency plans, 11/23/90, 1A
    • Take simple steps to protect family, property, 7/15/90, 1E
    • Tougaloo College will recess November 29 to December 10, 10/29/90, 1B
    • Towns along fault approach prediction with caution, 11/23/90, 7B
    • Wary Delta woman braces for the quake, 10/15/90, 2B
    • Year after Browning's forecast residents still not prepared, 12/3/91, 1B
  • Earthquakes, Mississippi River Valley
    • Browning predicts recession following quake, 11/17/90, 2A
    • Computer drawing of New Madrid Fault, 10/27/92, 2B
    • Did Browning's daughter alters forcast?, 11/29/90, 2B
    • New Madrid holds fears, scars of quakes, 11/11/90, 1A, 16A
    • Not everyone pleased with quake mania, 12/2/90, 14A
    • Overdue for major quake, 11/24/85, 1B
    • Predictor Iben Browning unshaken by detractors, 11/11/90, 1A
    • Quake shakes 7 states; biggest in 25 years, 9/27/90, 1A
  • EARTHQUAKES, MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY
    • THEORIES AND THE NEW MADRID FAULT, 11/11/90, 1A
  • Earthquakes, Mississippi River Valley
    • There's 'no December 3rd' at Research Center, 12/2/90, 1A
    • Utility officials discuss preparedness, 8/31/90, 2B
    • Winter ice storm a gauge to preparedness?, 4/28/94, 1A
  • Earthquakes, San Francisco
    • Jackson visitor tells experiences, 10/18/89, 1A
    • Mississippi volunteers ready to help, 10/19/89, 1A
    • Slaying of ex-Jonestown man disputed by family, 11/2/89, 1B
  • Earthquakes, US
    • Richter scale no longer used
      • 'Moment magnitude' is new measurement, 4/28/94, 1A
  • Earthquakes,. Mississippi
    • Tremors from Midwest quake reach north Mississippi, 5/4/91, 3A
  • Eason's Catfish House
    • Mendenhall
      • Restaurant review, 2/5/89, 1F
  • East Central Community College
    • Chosen to participate in leadership project, 8/11/90, 3B
  • East Metropolitan Center SEE Hazardous waste, Brandon
  • East Mississippi Community College
    • Bill calls for new Board of Trustees, 1/26/90, 3B
    • Board hires interim leader, 6/23/90, 3B
    • Board votes on closure, 1/16/90, 1B
    • College finance officer is demoted, 2/20/90, 1A
    • Davis is named president, 8/22/90, 2B; 9/2/90, 4B
    • Efforts to keep Mayhew campus open, 5/26/90, 1B
    • Endangered by budget cut, 10/19/90, 3B; 12/15/91, 5B
    • Faces risk of losing campus, 12/22/89, 1B
    • Finances to be studied, 2/13/90, 3B; 9/22/89, 3B
    • Gets no bailout by legislature, 3/31/90, 1B
    • House approves plan for college, 3/11/90, 4B
    • House refuses to bail out college, 3/14/90, 1A; 3/15/90, 1B
    • House votes to dissolve school, 3/9/90, 1A; 3/10/90, 1A
    • Merger or closing is under study, 12/18/89, 1A
    • Misdirection of funds, 4/6/89, 3B; 6/9/87, 1B
    • Moore gets little support in staff confidence vote, 2/22/90, 3B
    • New board member is removed, 4/7/90, 1A
    • New president vows to erase hefty deficit, 10/8/90, 2B
    • Once on closure list, now revived, 12/28/92, 1B
    • Opens school year amid financial woes, 8/25/89, 1B; 12/5/89, 1B
    • Oversight board to monitor school's progress, 1/25/90, 1B
    • President apologizes to legislators, 3/28/90, 1B
    • President denies hiring bias, 9/28/89, 2B
    • President James Moore's battles, 9/4/89, 1B
    • President Moore plans to retire, 5/29/90, 1A; 5/30/90, 2B
    • President Moore wins vote of confidence, 12/5/89, 3B; 12/6/89, 1B
    • President to explain critical memo, 3/26/90, 1B; 3/27/90, 1B
    • President told finance officer to keep quiet, 2/17/90, 1A
    • Search for president narrowed to one, 8/17/90, 1B
    • Senate bill gives college 2nd chance, 3/16/90, 1B
    • Senate offers helping hand, 2/23/90, 3B
    • Senator wants state to bail out college, 1/12/90, 1B
    • Special meeting set on president's future, 5/26/90, 1A
    • Starts afresh with new, smaller board, 3/25/90, 1B
    • State Board denies EMCC extra $550,000, 10/20/89, 1B
    • State Board may decide its future, 10/19/89, 3B
    • Supporters to lobby for bailout, 3/12/90, 4B
    • To ask Board for more funds, 9/21/89, 4B
    • Trustee says its closing may be unavoidable, 5/7/90, 1A
    • Trustees don't know how much college owes, 2/7/90, 3B
    • Trustees given week to end bickering, 1/17/90, 1A; 1/19/90, 1B
    • Trustees have little time to ready budget, 4/9/90, 1B
    • Trustees name J.T. Hall interim president, 6/5/90, 1B; 6/8/90, 1B
    • Urged to merge business offices, 8/19/89, 3B; 12/4/89, 3B
    • Wants change in community colleges funding formula, 8/19/89, 1A
    • Won't get funds from other colleges, 8/23/89, 1B
  • East Mississippi State Hospital
    • Chief must pay $300,000, 8/4/88, 1A
  • East Pearl River
    • State takes dispute of flow back to court, 6/25/91, 3B
    • Won't supply water, 3/14/90, 1B; 4/13/89, 1B; 8/26/90, 1B; 8/28/90, 1B
  • East River Place
    • Office complex planned, 5/23/86, 8B
  • East Webster High School
    • Has nature trail associated with school, 6/5/90, 3B
  • East, Albert
    • Jackson auto dealer stable after traffic accident, 7/14/93, 5B
  • Eastbrooke Condominiums SEE House fire, Jackson
  • Easter
    • Black church and white church merge easter services, 4/18/92, 1D; 4/20/92, 1A
    • Children have own ideas about its significance, 4/14/90, 1D
    • Decorating eggs a big part of holiday, 4/7/93, 1D
    • Handmade details sweeten the season for little girls, 4/15/90, 1E
    • Holiday fills churches like no other occasion, 4/2/94, 1D
    • Jacksonians worship at chilly reservoir sunrise service, 4/1/91, 1A
    • Late holiday in 1992 good for merchants, 4/9/92, 5B
    • Many in state see too much commercialization, 4/10/93, 1D
    • Ministry for the needy holds service in Livingston Park, 3/30/91, 1D
    • Orthodox Church celebrates its Easter, 4/6/91, 1D
    • Sunrise services, egg hunts listed, 4/16/92, 7E
  • Easter eggs
    • A ritual of Easter, but gear the hunt to age group, 4/12/90, 3E
    • Exhibit at White House, 4/19/87, 7F
    • Lay on the creativity, 3/22/91, 1E
  • Easter pets
    • Bunnies often neglected as they grown larger, 4/15/92, 1D
    • Parents urged not to buy, 4/17/87, 6B
  • Easterling, Sharon
    • Judge rules against her in lawsuit, 4/7/94, 1B
    • Judge to decide custody of baby, 3/11/94, 4B
    • Pearl woman sues lawyers to regain child given up for adoption, 8/7/93, 1B
  • Eastern Airlines
    • No longer serves Jackson, 5/30/87, 1C; 6/1/87,1B
    • To pull out of Jackson market, 5/6/87, 1A
  • Eastern equine encephalomyelitis
    • Horse in Lauderdale County dies of virus, 8/22/89, 5B
    • Lauderdale officials prepare for deadly virus, 8/6/91, 3B
  • Eastern Orthodox Church SEE Easter
  • EastGroup
    • Eastover Group of Companies component
      • Posts $13.9 Million profit for '89, 4/3/90, 6B
      • Posts lower profits, 10/25/89, 6B
      • Profits, 10/17/87, 8B
    • Profile of Jackson REIT, 12/12/93, 1C
    • To manage L&N Housing of Dallas, a NYSE firm, 4/17/92, 5B
  • Eastland, Hiram
    • Joins congressional race, 4/25/86, 1B
    • To run for Stennis' seat, 10/24/87, 1B; 10/28/87, 3B
  • Eastland, Hiram SEE ALSO Elections, 1994---Senatorial races
  • Eastland, James
    • Elected to state's Hall of Fame, 12/7/91, 1B
    • Honored at building dedication, 8/10/85, 1B
    • Hundreds attend memorial, 2/22/86, 1A
    • Profile, 10/27/85, 1A
    • Profile/Nationwide honor for, 2/20/86, 1A
  • Eastover Bank
    • Acquires loans from Oklahoma, 10/3/87, 8B
    • Deal makes bank #3 in mortgage service, 12/16/87, 8B
    • Eliminates 30 jobs, 2/1/90, 6B
    • H.C. Bailey Jr. will be Eastover Bank chairman, 10/5/88, 8B
    • Lays off 34 employees, 1/26/91, 6B
    • Merger vote set (figures included), 2/25/86, 8B
    • Meridian developer Austin Dan Check sues bank for $28.6M, 5/14/91, 6B
    • New branch system, 6/27/87, 8B
    • Proposes reverse stock split, 6/17/88, 8B
    • Rooftop sign comes down, 12/18/91, 4B
    • Smoke forces evacuation of bank building, 11/28/90, 5B
    • Won't pay 1986 dividend, 12/20/86, 7B
  • Eastover Bank SEE ALSO Sunburst Bank
  • Eastover Corp, 1/7/87, 8B
    • Affiliates seek directorships on hotel board, 10/24/85, 8B
    • Citizens Growth Properties pulls out, 7/11/89, 7B
    • Liquidates EastPark Realty Trust, 4/7/90, 6B; 11/1/89, 6B
    • Negoiating sale of New Orleans country club, 4/24/90, 6B
    • Profile of REITS making up Group, 1/9/89, 14E
    • Stock rated favorably by Barron's, 8/28/89, 12E
    • To take losses on bank, hotel, 8/26/87, 8B
  • Eastover Group
    • Tangled family tree; five Jackson companies make up the group, 4/14/91, 1C
  • Eastover neighborhood SEE Crime rate---Jackson
  • EastPark Realty Trust, 10/9/87, 8B
  • Eastside Elementary School
    • Clinton school believes in active minds, active bodies, 2/23/93, 4B
    • Students told be wary of strangers, 11/20/89, 2B
  • Eastview Homes
    • Oxford
      • Housing project to close, 3/9/90, 5B' 3/13/90, 1B
  • Eaves, John Arthur
    • Announces for Governor, 3/25/87, 1A
    • Campaign '87, 7/18/87, 1A
    • Campaign finance question, 6/12/87, 1B
    • Conversations with candidate, 7/7/87, 1B
    • Defends Television ad, 5/7/87, 1A
    • Employs out-of-staters
      • 4/15/87, 4/15/87, 1A
    • Gubernatorial plans, 3/21/87, 1B
    • Has new plan to cut cost of automobile tags, 1/8/93, 1B
    • Loans to create jobs, 5/8/87, 3B
    • May run for Govenor, 12/21/86, 3I
    • Neshoba County Fair appearance, 7/31/87, 1B
    • State should pick local businesses, 4/14/87, 2B
    • Television advertising, 4/8/87, 1B
    • Urges job training for prisoners, 5/19/87, 3B
    • Wants opponents to resign office, 4/15/87, 3B
  • Eavesfield Horse Trials
    • At Oakbrook Stables in Jackson, 9/3/92, 1D
  • Ebbers, Bernard SEE LDDS Communications
  • Eber, Eugene
    • Oxford executive to help in Guatemala, 3/26/89, 1G
  • Ebony Fashion Fair, 1987, 3/4/87, 2/24/88, 1C
  • Ebony Fashion Fair, 1989, 3/3/89, 1C
  • Ebony Fashion Fair, 1990, 3/2/90, 1E
  • Ebony Fashion Fair, 1991
    • Garb gala's 33rd annual event, 3/1/91, 1E
  • Ebony Fashion Fair, 1994, 3/3/94, 1D
  • Eccles, Tony
    • Artist works creativity into weekends, 12/18/88, 1F
  • ECCO Italian Designs
    • Ike LaRue and Mark Frascogna owners
      • Business profile, 12/4/89, 9F
  • Eclipse of the sun SEE Solar eclipse
  • Ecol Inc.
    • Headquarters moves from Jackson, 4/26/86, 8B
    • Too tall sign drawing fine in Madison, 5/25/90, 1A
  • Ecology
    • Jackson
      • California author Richard Register discusses 'ecocity' concept, 11/2/90, 5B
    • Mississippi
      • Unbearable heat, flooded wetlands, dying forests possible?, 1A; 1/22/89
  • Ecology SEE ALSO Racial ecology
  • Economic conditions SEE Economy
  • Economic Council
    • AG Moore wants MEC to push for court funds, stronger laws, 5/25/94, 3B
    • Backs Fordice's school-choice plan, 7/21/92, 2B
    • Business All Stars luncheon, 1/22/93, 5B
    • Funds study of state government efficiency, 3/29/91, 7B
    • Initiates program to help communities improve self image, 9/26/89, 6B
    • Leadership Mississippi program is 20-year-old training ground, 10/27/93, 5B
    • Newsman Al Hunt is speaker, 5/12/93, 5B
    • Opposes hike in state income tax, 12/4/91, 5B
    • Says governor should have appointment powers over 4 agencies, 11/19/93, 1B
    • State can solve problems Knight Kiplinger says, 4/14/89, 10B
    • Targets tort reform for '88, 11/19/87, 8B
    • Urges industries to tackle hazardous waste issue, 11/16/89, 6B
    • Wants to give state better image, 4/13/89, 4B
  • Economic development
    • Clarksdale
      • Industry campaign impresses nation's governors, 7/31/90, 1B
    • Forest and Jones Counties form regional development association, 12/9/89, 3B
    • Four-part plan for state introduced, 4/12/89,5B
    • Holladay urges tri-county cooperation, 2/22/91, 6B
    • Montogomery County
      • Economic Council, 7/29/90, 1G
    • New breed of developers is educated, career-driven, 7/29/90, 1G
    • Offices in state have good intentions, small budgets, 7/29/90, 1G
    • State must rethink plan from ground up, says Bill Cole, 1/16/90, 1B
    • Water Valley
      • Yalobusha Economic Development Foundation, 7/29/90, 1G
  • Economic Development District SEE Hinds County Economic Development..
  • Economic Development Forum SEE MP&L
  • Economic Development Information System On-Line Network SEE EDISON
  • Economic Empowerment Seminar & Scholarship Luncheon
    • Tougaloo College, 7/23/94, 6B
  • Economic Gospel Inc
    • Poverty-fighting ministry
      • Nate Crossley, leader, 3/27/93, 1D
  • Economic Growth Task Force
    • State's image needs shine, 1/28/88, 8B
  • Economic indicators SEE Economy, Mississippi
  • Economy, Jackson
    • Area economy on mend: less unemployment, more construction, 11/24/91, 1C
  • ECONOMY, JACKSON
    • KEY ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES, 1/3/93, 1C (chart)
    • METRO ECONOMY WATCH; IT'S AT A STANDSTILL, 10/13/91, 1C
    • SELF-DOUBT HURTS CITY MOST, 1/3/93, 1C
  • Economy, Jackson
    • Survey finds slow January economy, 3/15/91, 6B
  • Economy, Mississippi
    • Any comeback from present recession won't be substantial, 9/19/91, 1A
    • Belt-tightening in the 90's; saving tips, 4/9/92, 1D
    • Building for future occupies minds of Mississippians, 1A; 1/1/89
    • Business Expectations Survey (MSU), 7/9/94, 5B
    • Business in the '90s--economic kaleidoscope, 2/11/90, 1G+
    • Congressional delegation split on cures for recession, 12/26/91, 1B
    • Corporation for Enterprise Development gives low grade, 4/12/92, 1B
    • Corporation for Enterprise Development grades state's future, 5/7/93, 6B
    • Debt reduction for state, 1/21/88, 8B
    • December 1991 gauges show downturn, 2/18/92, 6B
    • Dependency on defense industry bodes ill, 1/5/93, 5B
    • Depends on education, leaders, 5/13/87, 8B
    • Development is number one concern, 1A; 1/8/89
    • Econometric forecaster Donald Ratajczak gives opinion, 1/12/92, 1C
    • Economic outlook, 4/3/87, 8B
    • Economic outlook: DED chief says state must re-evaluate its goals, 3/10/89, 9B
    • Economic pace to slow, report says, 11/1/88, 8B
    • Economy
      • South Koreans look at state's trade potential, 2/25/89, 4B
    • Economy watch: retail sales boosted 1991 economy, 4/29/92, 5B
    • Economy watch: state's economy starting a slowdown, 12/22/91, 1C
    • Economy watch; January 1992 figures show it's on the mend, 3/24/92, 6B
    • Expanding, 10/14/87, 8B
    • Fiscal forecast fair, legislature told, 1B; 1/6/89
    • Given B grade for state development policy, 4/24/91, 6B
    • Growing revenues should let state put money where needed, 11/13/94, 3G (Minor)
    • Heidel predicts growth in 1993, 12/31/92, 1B
    • Improves, yet state would be slowest to recover when needed, 5/26/94, 4B
    • Leading economic indicators has large drop, 8/16/92, 1C
    • Leading economic indicators show state rebound, 6/26/92, 4B
    • Leading indicators point to upswing, 1/22/92, 5B
    • Modest growth forecast, 1H; 1/29/89
    • Outlook is mostly rosy, experts say, 10/11/94, 6B
    • Output prediction for '88, 1/21/88, 8B
    • Performance graded "F," 3/19/87, 8B
    • Predicted to lag behind rest of nation, 11/22/86, 8B
    • Recession in state? Not yet, experts say, 8/26/90, 1G
    • Recession weathered here better than most other states, 1/27/93, 8B
    • Report on relationship of education and economics, 1/27/88, 3B
    • Slow growth locally reflects national picture, 9/24/92, 5B
    • State gains 16,728 jobs during 1992, 1/7/93, 4B
    • State given F grade for performance and development capacity, 4/24/91, 6B
    • State is still in recession. expert says, 7/31/91, 5B
  • ECONOMY, MISSISSIPPI
    • STATE OF DIVERSITY: CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI, 12/6/92, 1C
    • STATE OF DIVERSITY: DELTA, 9/27/92, 1C
    • STATE OF DIVERSITY: EAST CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI, 11/1/92, 1C
    • STATE OF DIVERSITY: GOLDEN TRIANGLE, 5/31/92, 1C
    • STATE OF DIVERSITY: GULF COAST, 6/28/92, 1C
    • STATE OF DIVERSITY: NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI, 2/16/92, 1C
    • STATE OF DIVERSITY: NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI, 4/19/92, 1C
    • STATE OF DIVERSITY: SOUTHEAST MISSISSIPPI, 8/30/92, 1C
    • STATE OF DIVERSITY: SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI, 3/15/92, 1C
  • Economy, Mississippi
    • State of Mississippi, economically, is two states, 11/23/88, 8B
    • State pulls up grades on economic report card, 3/21/89, 8B
    • State shines among its neighbors
      • Gaming industry is booster, 3/10/94, 5B
    • State Tax Commissioner Marx sees no economic growth, 2/2/91, 1A
    • State to match nation in growth, 3/15/88, 8B
    • State urged to profit from financial trends, 3/29/89, 10B
    • State's prosperity closely tied to federal purse stings, 12/25/88, 1H
    • Still ranks very low in national tabulations, 4/5/90, 1A
    • U.S. News ranks state's economy 8th in nation, 10/30/94, 1B
  • Economy, South
    • Neal Pierce speaks to regional economic forum, 6/1/89, 8B
    • Three states work to battle poverty, 5/14/88, 1A
  • Ecstasy SEE Designer drugs
  • Edd's Drive-In, 7/20/87, 1E
  • Eddie Monsour's Restaurant & Lounge
    • Vicksburg
      • Restaurant review, 9/3/92, 4E
  • Eddie's Pit
    • Restaurant review, 7/10/88, 1F
  • Eddie's Snack Shop
    • Restaurant review, 5/17/90, 4E
  • Eden, Mississippi, 2/15/87,1A
  • Edgar, William
    • Dentist enters guilty plea in Medicaid fraud, 10/15/92, 4B
  • Edge, Alicia SEE Skydiving
  • Edgewood Gallery Bed and Breakfast
    • Brookhaven
      • Share David Lovell's dream, 5/16/91, 3E
  • Edgewood Mall
    • McComb, 6/21/87, 1G
  • EDISON
    • Computer service on economic development data, 3/20/91, 6B
  • Edison Walthall Hotel
    • Restaurant review, 8/27/92, 4E
  • Editorial cartoons
    • Political cartoons submitted by C-L readers, 5/30/93, 1G+
  • Edmonds, Lucille
    • At age 101 music is still her life, 1/30/91, 1D
  • Edna McConnell Clark Foundation
    • Gives Jackson schools $125,000 grant, 9/25/92, 3B
  • EdNet Institute
    • Competitors seek wireless-cable TV venture, 4/1/91, 1A, 1B
    • Considering 2 Jackson firms for rural cable TV system, 2/16/91, 2B; 3/19/91, 1B
  • Ednet Institute
    • Fordice, Moore want seats on Ednet board, 2/14/92, 1B
  • EdNet Institute
    • Jackson firms submit bids to provide cable to rural areas, 2/3/91, 1B; 3/19/91, 1B
    • Legislature has so far voted no funding, 3/22/94, 1B
    • Requests $500,000 from Legislature to get started, 12/15/93, 5B
    • Rethinks rural cable deal with Max Communications, 11/10/92, 1A; 11/11/92, 1A
  • EDNET INSTITUTE
    • SIGNS PACT FOR EDUCATIONAL, CABLE NETWORK, 6/29/93, 1b
  • EdNet Institute
    • Sues former partner Max Communications, 4/28/93, 2B
    • Tells competing suppliers to increase minority participation, 7/3/91, 2B
  • Ednet Institute
    • To grow into statewide educational and commercial TV system, 3/15/92, 1B
  • EdNet Institute SEE ALSO A+ TV Network
  • EdNet Institute SEE ALSO Cable television
  • EdNet Institute SEE ALSO TruVision Wireless Communication
  • EdNet Institute SEE ALSO Wireless Cable Mississippi
  • EdNet Institute SEE ALSO Wireless cable network
  • Educare Day Care Center
    • Hepatitis case prompts innoculations, 12/16/93, 4B
  • Education SEE ALSO Vocational education
  • Education SEE ALSO Health education; Education reform
  • Education Board
    • Asks for funds for special programs, 12/20/86, 1B
    • Learning disabilities investigated, 12/19/87, 1A
    • Votes to delay action on equity funds, 11/21/86, 1B
  • Education Foundation Trust Fund
    • Awards grants to Jackson teachers, 5/18/93, 4B; 6/2/92, 4B
  • Education reform
    • 1991 Legislature will seek way to pay for schools, 1/8/91, 1A
    • Accountability required of universities too, 8/15/89, 1A
    • Advocate urges inclusion of art and music in reform, 12/14/89, 1B
    • Anti-gambling senators offer funding plan, 6/23/90, 1A; 6/24/90, 1A
    • Anti-lottery senators to present funding alternative, 9/24/90, 2B
    • Art education boosted by teachers, 1/4/90, 3B
    • Baptist Convention rejects lottery as funding source, 11/15/89, 1B; 11/16/89, 1A
    • Barely alive at end of legislative session, 7/1/90, 1A, 17A
    • Battle lines are drawn on BEST program (analysis), 10/5/89, 1H
    • Bill must navigate among competing ideas, 1/28/90, 1A; 1/30/90, 1B
    • Board of Education culls reforms down to five, 12/15/89, 1A
    • Board of Education doubts need for education corporation, 11/22/89, 3B
    • Board of Education wary of key Mabus reform, 11/17/89, 1A
    • Business must lead way for better education, 11/4/88, 10B
    • Capps urges other funding besides risky lottery, 11/9/89, 1A
    • Cleere says reforms OK, but colleges need cash, 12/9/89, 10B
    • Closure of MUW and Mississippi Valley suggested to pay costs, 1/21/90, 1B
    • Compromise bill: third time's a charm?, 4/1/90, 1A
    • Consultant: reforms must be bigger, better, 7/31/89, 1A
    • Debate grows over lottery funding plan, 11/21/89, 1A
    • Dye calls Mabus' education reform budget 'unrealistic', 11/17/89, 1B
    • Education bill again rejected by lawmakers, 3/31/90, 1A
    • Education reform to be unveiled in 4-city tour, 8/8/89, 3B
  • EDUCATION REFORM
    • EDUCATION: MISSISSIPPI'S UNFINISHED BUSINESS, 4/3/90, 1A+
  • Education reform
    • Facing legislative deadline, 3/27/90, 1A; 3/29/90, 1A; 3/30/90, 1A
    • Familiar lines drawn for special legislative session, 6/17/90, 1A
    • Focus of Legislature this week, 2/5/90, 4B
    • Free reform measures will die if whole program does not pass, 6/4/90, 1B
  • EDUCATION REFORM
    • FUNDING CRISIS: WHAT'S THE SOLUTION? MABUS, FORD AND DYE OPINIONS, 9/23/90, 1H
  • Education reform
    • Funding forums held by state leaders, 10/30/90, 3B; 10/31/90, 1B
    • Funding of low-cost reforms gets by House, 3/6/91, 1B
    • Funding possibility: a 1-900 telephone line, 9/26/90, 2B; 12/31/90, 3B
    • Funding problems have tarnished Mabus' New York image, 7/8/90, 3H
    • Gearing up for reforms, 4/29/89, 1B; 7/11/89, 1B; 7/13/89, 1A
    • Governor carries message to Delta, 9/27/89, 1B
    • Governor continues to stress reform, 10/10/89, 2B
    • Governor launches campaign, 6/1/89, 1A
    • Governor manages to stir excitement on reform, 10/3/89, 1B
    • Governor offers goals for education by 21st century, 8/11/89, 1A
    • Governor opens push for more education reforms, 5/31/89, 1B
    • Governor speaks on education reform before CPAs, 6/4/89, 1B
    • Governor's program patterned after successes in other states, 10/15/89, 1A
    • Governor's proposals are solid, ex-governor Winter says, 8/9/89, 1B
    • Governors all agree nation's school needs new 'report card', 7/30/90, 1A
    • Governors' school plans similar to Mississippi's, 7/29/90, 1B
    • Group of senators seek strategy for funding BEST, 9/2/90, 1H
    • Halfway home, 5/31/87, 1H
    • Has long way to travel from Mabus to schools (analysis), 2/16/90, 1A
    • Holly Springs crowd sees hope in reform, 11/9/89, 1B
  • EDUCATION REFORM
    • HOUSE AND SENATE OK REFORMS, BUT NO FUNDING PROVISIONS, 4/2/90, 1A; 4/3/90, 1A
  • Education reform
    • House bill ups corporate income taxes to pay for reform, 1/26/90, 1A; 1/28/90, 1A
    • House Committee on Education skeptical on funding, 11/30/89, 1B
    • House committee rejects school pregnancy clinics, 12/21/89, 1A
    • House committee wants bingo to pay for reform, 1/11/90, 1A
    • House continues debate on bill, 2/14/90, 1A
    • House cuts back on bond program, 2/15/90, 1A
    • House leaders support Mabus' 'Lighthouse Plan' for schools, 12/16/89, 1B
    • House OKs education reform bill, 2/16/90, 1A; 2/17/90, 1B
    • House panel rejects Mabus' 'super board' of education, 12/14/89, 1B
    • House readies for lengthy debate on bill, 2/12/90, 1A
    • House rejects Senate taxes on cigarettes, liquor, 6/25/90, 1A
    • House rejects Senate's sales tax hike, 3/6/90, 1B
    • House says 'Lighthouse' schools should be open to all, 12/19/89, 1B
    • House Speaker Tim Ford forms committee to study, 11/1/89, 1A
    • House/Senate call for video poker, bingo to fund, 3/25/90, 1A; 3/26/90, 1A
    • Lawmakers could not read his lips; he should've said what he wanted, 7/1/90, 3F
    • Legislative special session, 10/31/89, 1A
    • Legislator files lottery bill to fund package, 10/31/89, 1B
    • Legislators call Mabus' cost estimates 'unrealistic', 11/16/89, 1A
    • Legislators chosen as negotiators for bill, 3/17/90, 1A; 3/19/90, 1B
    • Legislators look at tax hike vs. lottery, 11/19/89, 1H
    • Legislators react cooly to Mabus's special session speech, 6/19/90, 1B
  • EDUCATION REFORM
    • LEGISLATORS SAY THEY HAVE FUNDING PLAN, 9/9/90, 1A
  • Education reform
    • Legislators see few options but video poker to fund reform, 6/26/90, 1A
    • Legislators want details on Governor's proposals, 8/9/89, 1A
    • Legislators will change parts of BEST, 12/31/89, 1A
    • Legislature '91 tries to revive portions of its package, 1/20/91, 1B
    • Legislature '92 gives schools leeway to experiment, stay accountable, 5/10/92, 1B
    • Legislature earmarks gambling funds for reform, 6/27/90, 1A
    • Legislature may greatly revise Mabus's proposals, 10/30/89, 1A
    • Legislature rejects proposal to sell bonds, a 2nd setback, 12/20/89, 1A
    • Lobbyists and school-involved activists buttonhole legislators, 6/19/90, 1B
    • Lottery funds estimates cross state lines, 11/23/89, 1A
    • Lottery overestimated by Mabus, experts say, 11/5/89, 1A
    • Mabus again appeals for vote on lottery to fund reform, 5/9/90, 4B
    • Mabus again touts video poker, lottery as funding sources, 6/8/90, 1A
    • Mabus asks Leflore Countians to push for lottery, 12/15/89, 5B
    • Mabus attacks Senate version of bill, 1/24/90, 1A
    • Mabus defends idea of education 'super board', 11/26/89, 1B
    • Mabus deserves praise for his marketing of BEST program, 4/22/90, 3H
    • Mabus hits road to drum up support, 10/27/89, 1B
    • Mabus in seclusion working on reform package, 10/20/89, 1A
    • Mabus inspires students in Moss Point, 11/7/89, 1B
    • Mabus may overhaul lottery proposal for funding, 5/27/90, 1A
    • Mabus opposes special session for reform package, 11/4/89, 1A
    • Mabus plans 700 speeches touting new education reform, 5/11/89, 1A; 7/13/89, 1A
    • Mabus rewrites mandate of 'super board', 12/8/89, 1A
    • Mabus says Ford's proposal would delay reform, 12/29/89, 1A
    • Mabus says Legislature must find funding alternatives, 9/16/90, 3H
    • Mabus says reform is 'whipping boy'; will compromise on funding, 3/13/90, 1A
    • Mabus says state needs to move quickly, 9/30/89, 4B
    • Mabus speaks at Neshoba County Fair; wants referendum, 8/10/90, 1A
    • Mabus takes education funding by the people to the people, 8/19/90, 1A
    • Mabus to hold series of talks with legislators on funding, 5/14/90, 1A
    • Mabus uses McComb 1st-graders to pitch reform, 10/4/89, 2B
    • Mabus vows to try again in '92 to find funding, 8/13/91, 1B
    • Mabus wants public education rebuilt, 8/9/89, 1A
    • Mabus won't discuss alternatives to lottery, 12/8/89, 1B
    • Mabus' funding plan gets low marks, 5/6/90, 1B
    • Mabus, Board of Education disagree on implementation, 10/29/89, 1A
    • Mabus: death of reform would mean death of state's dreams, 6/18/90, 1A
    • Magazine ads overstate reform's status, funding, 7/3/90, 1A
    • Milly the White House dog gets more national attention, 9/16/90, 1H
    • Minister Pollard doubts lottery funding, 10/30/89, 1A
    • Ministerial group backs tax increase for funding, 1/17/91, 4B
    • Ministers oppose lottery as funding source, 10/27/89, 1A, 1B
    • Mississippi and Kentucky are education reform leaders, 4/4/90, 1A
    • Mississippi likely to score low on national report card, 8/5/90, 1B
    • Mississippi ministers continue efforts against lottery, 12/31/89, 1B
  • EDUCATION REFORM
    • MISSISSIPPI'S UNFINISHED BUSINESS
      • (Special series), also: 10/26/89 1A+; 10/15-18/89
  • Education reform
    • Molpus at Neshoba County Fair advocates taxes to fund, 8/9/90, 1A
    • Molpus says debate over lottery endangers reform, 11/29/89, 3B
    • Money for improvements may be hard to raise, 8/9/89, 1B
    • Moore's ruling on 'self-destruct' clause saved bill, 7/3/90, 7A
    • Murrah High School wants Governor to talk costs, 10/6/89, 1B
    • Musgrove wants parts of Mabus' BEST program kept alive, 1/21/92, 1A
    • NAACP says reforms would hurt poor, blacks, 12/20/89, 1B
    • NAACP says some schools may not benefit from reform, 12/17/89, 1B
    • Nation's teachers watching Mississippi's reform saga, 7/6/90, 3B
    • New House/Senate bill leaves many reforms intact, 3/26/90, 1A
    • Officials say 2-year colleges cannot fund proposed reforms, 11/30/89, 3B
    • Panel recommends rewarding improved schools, 12/15/89, 1A
    • Panel to establish plans for identifying best schools, 5/4/90, 3B
    • Pennsylvania consultant back in state, 7/21/89, 1B
    • People power needed to fuel reform funding (analysis), 7/8/90, 1A
    • Poll says 62% back Mabus' bill, 1/7/90, 1A
    • Poll shows citizens back lottery to pay for reforms, 10/29/89, 1A
    • Program depends on funds, 9/8/85, 1A
    • PTA backs Mabus plan, 12/7/89, 3B
    • PTA leaders hear mixed message on funding, 1/24/91, 1B
    • PTA officials dismayed by limbo position of BEST, 7/2/90, 1B
    • Public Education Forum to keep watch, 1/5/90, 1B
    • Reform of teacher's training part of reform, 10/24/89, 1A
  • EDUCATION REFORM
    • REPORT CARD AFTER 10 YEARS, 12/6-9/92, 1A+; 12/15/92, 4B; 12/18/92, 1B
  • Education reform
    • Retailers oppose its funding by sales tax increase, 3/3/90, 1A
    • Ruled still alive despite funding failure, 7/2/90, 1A
    • School administrators have role in education reform, 10/11/88, 1B
    • Senate approves bill changing funding process; BEST resuscitated, 3/18/92, 1B
    • Senate approves no-cost parts of education reform package, 2/6/91, 1B; 2/7/91, 1B
    • Senate committee will write own education bill, 1/22/90, 1A; 1/31/90, 4B
    • Senate Education Committee may change Mabus' program, 1/24/90, 1A; 11/15/89, 1A
    • Senate OKs its reform bill, 2/8/90, 1A
    • Senate panel resuscitates parts of 1990 legislation, 1/31/91, 1A
    • Senate plans pre-debate on lengthy education bill, 2/3/90, 1B
    • Senate votes to stop countdown, House to decide if bill dies, 6/29/90, 1A
    • Senate's bill calls for residential utility tax, 12/28/89, 1A
    • Some officials prefer new taxes to lottery to fund, 11/14/89, 3B
  • EDUCATION REFORM
    • SOUTHERN REGIONAL EDUCATION BOARD SAYS STATE'S REFORMS LAGGING, 7/6/90, 1A
  • Education reform
    • Special education is slighted in plan, group says, 11/6/89, 1B
    • Special House committee established to study, 11/2/89, 2B
    • States teacher organizations brace for BEST effort, 9/7/90, 4B
    • Tax hike as funding source, 2/2/90, 1B; 12/7/89, 1A
    • Teachers' group supports Governor's goals, 10/1/89, 1B
    • There will be special legislative session to fund reform, 4/6/90, 3B
    • Time running out to reach education goals (analysis), 9/17/89, 1A
    • Too valuable to risk on games of chance (Salter column), 6/10/90, 3H
    • Town meeting in Gulfport, 9/26/89, 1A
    • Town meetings to gather input, 9/19/89, 2B
    • Truant officers want to retain their ties to courts, 11/19/89, 1A
    • Use of state lottery as funding source, 10/24/89, 1A
    • Will be hard to fund with no tax increase, 1/19/90, 1A
    • Will die if funding not found today, 6/30/90, 1A
    • Will not veto House bill over tax hike issue, 2/13/90, 1A
    • Winter urges Mabus to reconsider taxes as funding source, 6/29/90, 1A
    • Writing to Read program using computers, 11/14/89, 1A
  • Education reform SEE ALSO Education; Gambling; Lottery; Video poker
  • Education Reform Act
    • Panel targets cuts, 12/6/85, 1A
  • Education, Jackson
    • Group: Fortenberry's presentation would hurt schools' image, 3/31/89, 1A
  • Education, Mississippi
    • 31% of freshmen lack college skills, 12/28/88, 1B
    • Budget trimmed, 12/20/85, 1A
    • Business symposium to discuss education needs, 11/3/88, 8B
    • Christian education, 4/11/878, 1C
    • Conference aims to boost math skills, 10/31/88, 3B
    • Curriculum hearing draws sparse crowd, 10/30/85, 1A
    • Deficit appropriation bill stalls in Senate, 3/21/92, 4B
    • Elected school chief issue gets "A" from voters, 11/9/88, 1B
    • Funding wish list for 1992 totals $988 million, 9/21/91, 1A
    • Golden Triangle parents call for tax hike, 3/29/92, 3B
    • Grant brings law to state classrooms, 2/26/89, 1B
    • High schools boost study of foreign languages, 10/27/89, 4B
    • House Appropriations Committee has funding at top of list, 3/25/92, 1A
    • House Education Committee holds three-day meeting, 11/17/92, 2B
    • Leaders visit Oregon to study restructuring of its state system, 9/29/91, 2B
    • Legislator Cameron proposes funding changes, 8/27/92, 3B
    • Mabus aims to reinvent education, 7/10/88, 1H
    • Mabus has not decided if he will call special session, 7/18/89, 5B
    • Mabus report: 'Toward World-Class Excellence', 10/1/91, 1B
  • EDUCATION, MISSISSIPPI
    • MOLPUS' ANNUAL SURVEY: LACK OF COMPUTER AND LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION, 6/1/92, 1A
  • Education, Mississippi
    • Needs more funds with reform rulings, 11/16/86, 1B
    • Panel OKs school equity funding bill, 1B; 1/19/89
    • Proficiency standards for vo-techs weighed, 10/22/90, 2B
    • Quality Education Project involves parents, 5/11/90, 4B
    • Report on relationship of education and economics, 1/27/88, 3B
    • Robin Hood funding plan splits educators, 2/28/88, 4B
    • Senate can't attach $20 million fund restoration to bill, 1/30/92, 1B
    • Senate panel: Consolidate schools, 12/9/88, 1B
    • Six school districts on probation, 12/9/88, 1B
    • Special education builds on little things, 3/2/90, 4B
    • State gets good, bad marks on national education report, 5/4/89, 1A
    • State schools on defensive, 1/5/86, 1A
    • Wise parents plan ahead for college expenses, 1/30/89, 1E
    • Worker education is top issue of employers, 1/24/88, 1G
  • Education, United States
    • National goals lack commitment, 9/30/90, 1H
    • White House dog gets more attention than education reform, 9/16/90, 1H
  • Educational reform
    • Tying reform to controversial funding not wise, 11/12/89, 3H
  • Educational reform SEE Education reform
  • Educational television SEE ETV
  • Edwards Attendance Center
    • Without principal, 8/12/89, 5B
  • Edwards Elementary School
    • Teacher Annie Pickett's classes on classical literature, 12/17/94, 5B
  • Edwards Volunteer Fire Department
    • Lax group refused supervisor support, 12/14/92, 1B; 12/16/92, 1B
    • Reactivated, 1/16/93, 1B
  • Edwards, A.G. & Sons
    • Community Service Day, 11/3/89, 1B
    • Grand opening, 4/19/88, 8B
  • Edwards, Ben
    • A.G. Edwards CEO visits Jackson, 3/27/93, 6B
  • Edwards, Brandt
    • Byhalia native dances down '42nd Street', 7/10/88, 1E
  • Edwards, Carol
    • Convicted of manslaughter; 18-year sentence, 5/28/93, 4B; 6/5/93, 4B
    • Manslaughter case: teenager Ricky McGregor killed in road accident, 5/27/93, 4B
  • Edwards, Dewey
    • Pleads guilty to obscenity charge, 9/16/86, 1B
  • Edwards, Edwin
    • In Louisiana governor's race, bids for black vote, 11/16/91, 1A
    • Louisiana governor-elect warns country of David Duke clones, 11/18/91, 1A
    • Seeking fourth term as Louisiana governor, 2/9/91, 1A
    • Wins Louisiana governor's race in a landslide, 11/17/91, 1A
  • Edwards, Edwin SEE ALSO Duke, David
  • Edwards, Jerry Wayne
    • Vicksburg man convicted in beating death of wife, 6/29/90, 2B
  • Edwards, Konya SEE Murder---Long Beach
  • Edwards, Larry
    • Plans city within a city, 8/31/85, 8B
  • Edwards, Leo
    • Again denied stay of execution, 6/18/89, 1B
    • Asks U.S. Supreme Court to stay execution, 6/10/89, 1B; 6/15/89, 1B; 6/16/89, 1B
    • Blacks urge Mabus to halt execution, 6/14/89, 1A
    • Candlelight vigil slated, 6/19/89, 1A
    • Clemency hearing closed to public, 6/17/89, 1B
    • Composed before execution, priest says, 6/22/89, 3B
    • Dies in gas chamber for '80 murder, 6/21/89, 1A
    • Family will stay by his side as long as possible, 6/19/89, 1A; 6/20/89, 1A
    • Mississippi Supreme Court refuses to reconsider death sentence appeal, 6/8/89, 1B
    • Profile, 6/21/89, 1B
    • Protesters say Ed Peters jury selection was racist, 6/20/89, 1B
    • Sets hopes for stay-of-execution on Mabus, 6/20/89, 1A
    • Should be executed slain clerk's fiancee says, 6/17/89, 1A; 6/20/89, 1B
    • West German TV picks up story, 6/14/89, 1B
  • Edwards, Leo SEE ALSO Dixon, Linzy Don
  • Edwards, Linda SEE Kidnapping---Jackson---Edwards...
  • Edwards, Luke
    • Jury awards Utica couple $650,000 judgement against him, 1/31/91, 1A
    • Plans appeal of Utica couple's award suit, 2/3/91, 1B
    • York, Alabama minister fights 'welfare drug', 1/17/93, 1C
  • Edwards, Mississippi
    • City given deed to city hall by Bank of Edwards, 11/18/89, 5B
    • Election for posts on Board of Aldermen, 7/2/91, 5B
    • Given acerage for town park, recreation arena, 10/25/91, 4B
    • Leaks occur in new water system, 5/21/91, 5B
    • Mayor looks to enforcing beer ordinance, 7/15/89, 5B
    • Mayor Narissa Grey Smith talking tough, 9/7/92, 1A
    • Mayor-elect has clean-up campaign, 6/24/89, 5B
    • New municipal judge is Charles Griffin, 2/14/93, 2B
    • Outgoing mayor suspends $8,000 in fines, 6/24/89, 1A
    • Small town facing big city crimes, 3/24/94, 1B
    • Ward plan could result in election of white, 12/23/87, 3B
  • Edwards, Ricky
    • Convicted pastor back preaching, 5/24/86, 1C
  • Edwards, Stephanie SEE McLaurin, Thomas
  • Edwards, Teddy
    • Jazz saxophonist at Old Capitol Museum, 8/31/90, 1E
  • Edwards, Terri
    • Faces check-writing charge; claims harassment, 7/17/91, 1B
  • Edwards, Tracy SEE Dahmer, Jeffrey
  • EEOC SEE U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
  • Egg Bowl, 11/22/86, 1A
    • May be moved to Wednesday night, 9/2/92, 1A
    • MSU, Ole Miss athletic chiefs keep Bowl in Jackson, 3/30/89, 1A
    • Ole Miss wins 1990 edition, 11/25/90, 1A
    • Ole Miss/MSU game has sellout crowd in Starkville, 11/24/91, 1A
    • Site not an easy choice for fans, 3/30/89, 1C
    • Stadium bill may keep Bowl in Jackson, 3/28/89, 1A
  • Egg Marketing Board
    • Inside State Government, 7/30/90, 1B
  • Egg producer
    • Speights Gilbert, 3/12/87, 8B
  • Eggleston, William
    • Photographer has exhibit at Ole Miss, 11/24/91, 1F
  • Egrets SEE Snowy egrets
  • Eichelberger, James
    • State trooper drowns in Missouri in rescue attempt, 6/29/90, 1A
  • Eichelberger, Tracy
    • FBI to continue investigating attack, 4/19/89, 4B
    • Invited to testify before Federal grand jury, 4/12/89, 1A; 4/13/89, 1A
    • Justice Department decides FBI probes, 11/7/87, 1B
    • Probe in attack on teenager ends, 6/30/89, 1A
  • Eichhorn, John
    • UMC anesthesiologist is nationally known, 9/21/92, 1A
  • Eight Open Doors
    • Gifted and hearing impaired students' ceramic workshop, 3/16/93, 4B
  • Eighty Eight Chinese Fast Food
    • Restaurant review, 8/22/81, 4E
  • Eisenhower, Dwight
    • On centenary of birth Hattiesburg collector celebrates, 10/14/90, 1E
  • Ekemode, O.J. SEE O.J. Ekemode...
  • Eklund, Greg SEE Woodcarving
  • Ekwenchi, Grace
    • Woman burns self to death in car, 4/14/94, 4B
  • El Cazador (Spanish ship)
    • 210 year-old treasure ship found off Pascagoula, 3/3/94, 1A
  • El Charro
    • Restaurant review, 5/31/90, 4E
  • El Chico's
    • Restaurant review, 11/25/93, 3F
  • El Chico's Mexican Food
    • Restaurant review, 1/16/92, 4E
  • El Salvador
    • Ditto seeking sister-city relationship with San Salvador, 12/21/92, 1A
    • Fordice, Ditto and others go for trade talks, 11/3/92, 1B; 11/10/92, 7B; 11/18/92, 4B
  • Elam, Nelle
    • Starkville art teacher honored on Disney Channel, 12/15/89, 4B
  • Elderhostel SEE Natchez Elderhostel
  • Elderly
    • Adult day care centers ease nursing home worries, 11/13/89, 1A
    • Advanced age spells poverty, malnutrition for many blacks, 12/19/88, 7A
    • Agencies act to end abuse of 'vulnerable adults', 5/29/90, 3B; 10/15/90, 1B
    • Aging process complicated by frail health, 12/19/88, 1F
    • Aging U.S. population attracts attention of retailers, 8/15/93, 1C
    • Aides charged with abuse at Lexington Manor, 1/11/91, 1B
    • As voters, 7/5/87, 1B
    • Beathrice Mance, 99 year old Hinds County woman, 8/28/89, 1B
    • Caring for the frail elderly often becomes a family duty, 12/19/88, 1A
    • Charity Drummond at 98 years of age, 4/1/90, 1E
    • Committee rejects bill aimed at elderly abuse, 2/24/89, 1B
    • Cutbacks cost programs, 4/7/86,
    • Days Inn a model for hiring of elderly, 1/19/92, 1C
    • Department of Human Services funds usage, 7/24/92, 2B
    • Depression among the elderly, 9/18/94, 1E
    • Discounts for seniors, 7/7/86, 1A
    • Drop-off steps a hazard, Marie Everett says, 6/26/92, 1B
    • Economics limits access to health care, 12/20/88, 1A
    • Elderly more likely to take own life than other groups, 12/19/88, 7A
    • Exercise, 6/17/86, 1D
    • Fit, fine and fired up!, 6/22/93, 1D
    • Geriatric medicine must keep pace with longer lives, 12/21/88, 7A
    • Growing old in Mississippi (Series), 12/18/88, 1A
    • Hard work, clean living are William Lemon's secrets, 11/29/91, 1B
    • Hotels in Clarksdale and Greenwood to be refurbished residences, 7/23/92, 2B
    • Insurance needs program, 9/5/87,
    • Natchez facility is a haven for many elderly, 12/21/88, 7A
    • National Caucus and Center on Black Aged
      • NCBA Day, 9/23/89, 1D
    • Never too young to start planning for retirement, 12/21/88, 7A
    • New home allows mentally retarded a chance to live in comfort, 12/20/88, 11A
    • New law discourages sale of unneeded insurace policies, 6/29/92, 4B
    • Nursing homes traumatic final resort for most families, 12/18/88, 18A
    • Ollie Seymour a spry 102, 3/18/89, 1A
    • Physical loss is normal, but mind should stay sharp, 12/18/88, 18A
    • Plans emphasize education, self-reliance, 7/1/88, 1B
    • Retirees group gaining action, respect from Legislature, 12/20/88, 11A
    • Retirement with luxury is expensive, but popular, 12/20/88, 11A
    • ROUK program in Harrison County, 1/23/90, 2B
    • Senior citizen discounts, 7/24/89, 1E
    • Shepherd Center, 11/16/85,
    • Sheriff McMillin wants TRIAD crime prevention system in Jackson, 3/16/92, 1B
    • State lacks long-term care plan for poor elderly, 12/19/88, 1A
    • Targets of overselling insurance agents, 12/20/88, 1A
    • Unexpected illness carries a heavy toll, 12/18/88, 1A
    • What does the future hold?, 12/21/88, 1A
  • Elderly SEE ALSO Age discrimination
  • Elders, Joycelyn
    • Candidate for Surgeon General, 3/28/93, 1B
    • U.S. Surgeon General nominee speaks at Millsaps, 4/2/93, 2B
  • Elders, Kevin
    • Given 175-year sentence for sexual assault on 2 elderly women, 1/22/94, 4B
  • Eldridge, Vincent SEE Anderson, Carl
  • Election code (Editorial), 1/6/87, 6A
  • Election Commission
    • Candidates vie for positions in Hinds, Madison, Rankin Cos., 11/4/88, 6A
    • GOP wins more than half the posts in Hinds, Madison, Rankin Cos., 11/9/88, 2B
    • Hinds County commissioner Bob Lilley resigns, 10/28/92, 4B
    • Hinds County given money to cover August 4 election, 7/20/92, 1B
    • Hinds County: Taylor and Rhodes new members, 11/18/92, 4B
  • Election Empowerment
    • Fordice's agenda for 1993 Legislature, 10/2/92, 1B
  • Election fraud SEE Voter fraud
  • Election law reform, 1/3/87, 1A
    • Absentee voting changes get Justice Department approval, 8/26/93, 1B
    • Awaits Justice Department approval, 11/24/86, 1B
    • Get another chance, 6/17/85, 1B
    • Hinds County legislators push for action in 1992, 12/22/91, 5B
    • Important provisions still await Justice Department approval, 8/29/93, 1B
    • In wake of abuses, Molpus calls for reform, 10/19/91, 1B
    • Molpus wants 'mishmash' corrected in 1992 Legislature, 6/1/91, 3B; 8/14/91, 3B
    • Two areas: absentee ballots and affidavit ballots, 2/16/92, 2G
    • Winter says system needs repair, 11/17/91, 1B
  • Election law reform SEE ALSO Election Empowerment
  • Election primaries
    • Bill proposes September dates for 1991, 2/17/89, 3B
    • Fordice wants law allowing candidates on either ballot, 12/1/91, 1A
    • Fordice won't be able to keep promise of open primaries, 11/24/91, 1G (analysis)
    • Open primary law on agenda for 1992 Legislature, 1/2/92, 9A
  • Election primaries SEE ALSO Super Tuesday
  • Election reform SEE Election law reform
  • Election returns
    • By district, 11/5/86, 1B
  • Election system SEE Election lay reform
  • Elections SEE ALSO NAMES OF INDIVIDUAL CANDIDATES
  • Elections, 1985
    • Results of Mississippi cities' races, 6/5/85, 1B
  • Elections, 1987
    • Chetta may seek recount in Senate race, 11/7/87, 3B
    • Hinds County Supervisor District 3 runofface, 8/16/87, 1B
    • House and Senate: Hall and Joiner will not run, 11/26/87, 2B
    • Results, runoff, 8/26/87, 1A+
    • Returns, races, etc., 8/5/87
    • Roster of candidates, 6/6/87, 1B
    • Runoff in Attorney General race, 8/6/87, 1A
    • Undecided voters, 8/2-3/87, 1A
    • Voter's guide supplement, 7/26/87 section H
  • Elections, 1988
    • Cleveland
      • Municipal elections, 5/11/88, 1B
    • Judge Barbour OKs elections in 21 court districts, 12/10/88, 1B
    • Mississippi Legislature
      • Harvey beats Buffington, Dist. 41, Senate post, 11/9/88, 3B
    • Mississippi Senate
      • Buffington, Harvey in runoff for Dist. 41 seat, 10/26/88, 3B
    • Mississippi Supreme Court
      • Candidates make no promises, 2/20/88, 1A
      • Democratic candidate sees big turnout, 3/20/88, 1B
      • Fair announces, 1/19/88, 3B
      • Pittman beats coast attorney, 11/5/88, 1B
      • Pittman runs against Crouch, 3/30/88, 1A
    • Natchez
      • Municipal elections, 5/11/88, 1B
    • Official says keep judicial vote separate, 7/15/88, 1B
    • Rankin County
      • Electing unopposed judge will cost $25,000, 12/13/88, 1A
      • Election has potential to be history-making, 11/8/88, 3B
    • Super Tuesday
      • Candidate list, 1/9/88, 1B
      • Forty-six qualify in state list, 1/13/88, 3B
      • Milestone for Mississippi, 3/8/88, 1A
    • US Congress
      • Barber poll ballots show GOP a cut above Dems, 11/3/88, 1B
      • Candidates file financial statements, 2/2/88, 1B
      • Candidates make final appeals, 3/6/88, 1A
      • Election info: Hinds, Rankin precinct lists, sample ballots, 11/7/88, 6A
      • Election returns, 11/9/88, 12A,16A, Section B
      • Few blacks run in Mississippi, 2/7/88, 1B
      • Foley stumps for Mississippi candidates, 7/11/88, 1B
    • US House
      • 1st District
        • Insurance salesman tries to topple Whitten, 11/3/88, 3B
      • 2nd District
        • Benford fined $1,000, 9/7/88, 1B
        • Coleman loses press secretary; Espy won't debate, 9/29/88, 5B
        • Coleman runs against Espy, 11/20/87, 4B
        • Coleman: State needs capital and contracts, 10/5/88, 1B
        • Espy returns with Montgomery, Whitten, 11/9/88, 1B
        • Espy says "cheap shot," 9/13/88, 3B
        • Espy's record the issue, 2/21/88, 1B
        • Reagan, Nunn aid campaigns, 10/21/88, 1B
        • Republican Jack Coleman, 12/18/87, 3B
        • Rival says Espy should fire brother, 9/16/88, 3B
      • 4th District
        • Bogus sample ballots distributed, 11/9/88, 2B
        • Candidates debate minimum wage, health care, 11/6/88, 1B
        • Candidates joust with plans to increase jobs, 10/4/88, 4B
        • Collins announces for Congress, 12/2/87, 2B
        • Collins won't debate, 3/11/88, 1B
        • Collins' agenda, 2/10/88, 1A
        • Collins, Parker sweep race, 3/.30/88,1A,6A
        • Gilchrist blasts rivals, 9/22/88, 1B
        • Jews tell candidates: more religious sensitivity, 10/27/88, 2B
        • McNair and Gilchrist form alliance, 1/29/88, 3B
        • McNair enters, 1/27/88, 4B
        • Parker paid off other's debts, 3/15/88, 1B
        • Parker releases tax returns, 3/16/88, 1B
        • Parker urged to return gift, 9/24/88, 3B
        • Parker wins, 11/9/88, 1B
        • Parker, Collins denounce ad, vow investigation, 11/2/88, 1B
      • 5th District
        • Candidates Smith, Taylor share similar views, 11/4/88, 7A
        • Candidates talk alike, spend differently, 10/12/88, 1B
        • Debate issues in Biloxi, 10/28/88, 3B
        • Democratic chief helps Taylor, 8/30/88, 3B
        • Larkin Smith win close, 11/9/88, 1B
      • Bourland climbs tower, 9/15/88, 1B
      • Candidates boast backgrounds, 9/18/88, 1B
      • Davis runs for Dowdy's seat, 12/17/87, 2B
      • Davis:Shoccoe dam priority, 1/23/88, 3B
      • Debate in Jackson, 7/16/88, 1B
      • Democrats debate, 2/23/88,1B; 2/24/88,3B
      • Democrats fight for indentity, 2/14/88, 1A
      • Fund raising circuit, 3/10/88, 1B
      • GOP runners agree on issue, 1/22/88, 1B
      • Hall announces for Lott's seat, 11/25/87, 2B
      • Lemon campaign head:Collins, 4/8/88, 3B
      • Magee announces, 1/8/88, 3B
      • Mark Henry, 1/5/88, 3B
      • Patterson announces, 12/18/87,2B
      • Pigott allegations "shameful," 3/16/88, 1B
      • POW candidates test political waters, 4/3/88, 1A
      • Race is tough battle, 8/1/88, 1A
      • Republican debate: deficit problem, 2/26/88, 1B
      • Runoff campaign starts, 3/10/88, 1B
      • Runoff candidates, 3/27/88, 1B
      • Stubbs challenges to debate, 1/19/88, 1B
      • Stubbs enters, 11/20/87, 1B
      • Super Tuesday, 3/9/88, 1,4,6,7A
      • Taggart,Walkins views, 2/2/88, 1B
      • Taylor, Smith win runoff, 3/30/88, 6A
      • Watkins enters, 12/15/87, 3B
    • US Senate
      • Candidates told to return to issues, 9/20/88, 1B
      • Democrats make big steps in race, 2/7/88, 1A
      • Dowdy ads aim for recognition, 11/20/87, 3B
      • Dowdy beats Molpus in Democratic race, 3/9/88, 1A
      • Dowdy blasts Lott on Superfund vote, 10/11/88, 3B
      • Dowdy camp accessible; Lott's less cooperative, 11/13/88, 1H
      • Dowdy questions Lott highway support, 6/2/88, 1A
      • Dowdy tells Lott: dump chauffeur, 8/4/88, 1B
      • Dowdy, Lott camps plot strategies, 3/10/88, 3B
      • Dowdy, Lott exchange barbs at rallies, 10/29/88, 3B
      • Dowdy, Molpus await outcome of gamble, 3/8/88, 1A
      • Dowdy, Molpus divide black voters, 2/28/88, 1A
      • Dowdy,Lott debate role of Federal government, 9/13/88, 1B
      • Dowdy: Lott hires few minorities, 9/28/88, 1A
      • Dowdy: Lott won't meet voters, 9/10/88, 1B
      • Dowdy: Molpus ads hurt both, 3/1/88, 1B
      • Economy, education key issues: Molpus, 2/11/88, 1B
      • Joust about house votes, 6/4/88, 1B
      • Lott announces candidacy, 11/24/87, 1B
      • Lott defeats Dowdy, 11/9/88, 1A
      • Lott resources dishearten Dowdy camp, 10/3/88, 1A
      • Lott says aggressiveness needed, 2/20/88, 1B
      • Lott, Dowdy debate on health care, 10/2/88, 1B
      • Lott, Dowdy dispute roles in cleanup, 10/8/88, 1B
      • Lott, Dowdy focus on TV ads, 6/25/88, 1B
      • Lott, Dowdy have 1st debate, 4/9/88, 1A
      • Lott, Dowdy split on wage hike, line-item veto, 10/15/88, 1B
      • Lott: Dowdy "very similar" to Dukakis, 10/4/88, 3B
      • Lott: I've hired many blacks, 9/29/88, 1B
      • Molpus & Dowdy break peace over ad, 2/25/88, 1A
      • Molpus announces, 12/2/87, 1B
      • Molpus hinges ads on reputation, 1/27/88, 4B
      • Money big factor in race, 11/10/88, 1A
      • Open seat distance Dowdy, Lott, 11/22/87, 1A
      • Poll shows Lott leading Dowdy, 9/29/88, 1D
      • Poll: Lott leads by 50-30% margin, 6/21/88, 4B
      • Social Security major issue, 5/1/88, 1B,3B
      • Stennis endorses Dowdy, 8/25/88, 1B
      • Stennis endorses Dowdy in ads, 10/15/88, 4B
      • Television networks beat Jackson declaring Lott winner, 11/9/88, 2B
      • Tillis makes ad for Dowdy, 2/1/88, 1A
      • TV debate, 9/2/88, 1B,3B
      • TV debate of 3 Demsocrats, 1/29/88, 1B
    • Voter's guide '88, 3/6/88, 1H
  • Elections, 1988 SEE ALSO Presidential election, 1988
  • Elections, 1989
    • Black elected sheriff in Jeff Davis County, 11/22/89, 1A
    • Dowdle wins Madison County supervisor post, 11/22/89, 1B; 11/23/89, 3B
    • Election slated to replace Ditto in Mississippi House, 6/29/89, 1B; 6/30/89, 2B
    • Franckiwecz wins Senate job, 11/22/89, 1A, 1B
    • Mayoral contests in Brandon, Pearl, Flowood, etc., 4/17/89, 1B
    • Recent elections elate state Democrats, 12/3/89, 1H
    • Results of general elections, 6/7/89, 8-9A+
    • State races, 5/3/89, 11A+
    • Tann, Gunn in runoff for Ditto's seat, 8/9/89, 1B
    • US House
      • 5th District, 9/17/89, 1A, 1H SEE ALSO Anderson, Tom AND Taylor, Gene
        • Anderson calls Taylor's anti-drug plan 'strange', 10/11/89, 3B
        • Anderson spent twice what Taylor spent, 11/21/89, 2B
        • Bush will campaign in state for Anderson, 10/7/89, 1A
        • Candiadates exchange barbs in debate, 9/28/89, 1A
        • Candidates oppose catastrophic health bill, 9/13/89, 5B
        • Candidates work right up to the wire, 10/3/89, 1A
        • Candidates' last debate, 10/14/89, 9B
        • Democrats could snatch seat from Republicans, 10/5/89, 1B
        • Mabus walks fine line between Taylor, Moore, 9/24/89, 3H
        • Moore's loss not fatal to career, 10/4/89, 1A
        • Residents study angles, 10/1/89, 1B
        • Taylor and Anderson in runoff, 10/4/89, 1A
        • Taylor criticizes Moore TV ad, 9/30/89, 1A
        • Taylor sweeps Anderson, 10/18/89, 1A
    • Voter's guide, 4/30/89, 1H
  • Elections, 1990
    • Judicial races fail to draw many voters to polls, 6/6/90, 9A
    • Lawyer says redistricting gained victories for blacks, 11/8/90, 3B
    • Low turnout expected at November 6 election, 11/6/90, 1A
  • ELECTIONS, 1990
    • NATIONAL AND LOCAL RETURNS, issue of 11/7/90
  • Elections, 1990
    • Students at 50 schools vote in mock elections, 11/2/90, 4B
    • US House
      • 1st District
        • Whitten opponent Bowlin defies odds, 11/1/90, 2B
      • 4th District
        • Candidate Hardy Caraway a Republican?, 4/17/90, 1B
        • Parks lacks campaign cash, 10/30/90, 3B
      • 5th District
        • Budget could be sole issue, 10/21/90, 1H
        • Campaigns revving up spending machines, 5/26/90, 4B
        • Candidates fighting apathy as race nears, 10/1/90, 1A
        • Candidates pound trail in final days, 11/5/90, 1A
        • Foes spending similar amounts, 7/18/90, 1B
        • Ingratiating grass-roots campaign, 11/4/90, 1B
        • Low turnout expected today
        • Smith's brother endorses Taylor, 10/24/90, 1B
        • Taylor advocates taxing imports, 11/2/90, 2B
        • Taylor begins re-election campaign, 4/18/90, 4B
        • Taylor to announce candidacy, 4/15/90, 15A
        • Taylor wins in landslide, 11/7/90, 1A
        • Taylor/Smith campaigns get hot early, 4/15/90, 1A
      • Mississippi's five Democrats look safe, 11/4/90, 1H
    • Voter's guide, 5/27/90, 1H
    • Well-financed incumbents have scared off challengers, 5/27/90, 1H
  • Elections, 1991
    • 26 women qualify to run for state legislature, 8/13/91, 1B
    • Absentee ,allot scam charges against Greenwood woman Clara Blackmon, 11/1/91, 2B
    • Absentee ballot fraud: Sunflower sheriff race, 11/18/91, 2B; 12/21/91, 4B
    • Absentee ballots mistakenly thrown out in Bolivar County, 10/5/91, 1B
    • Absentee voter fraud; ex-Sunflower sheriff protests, 10/29/91, 2B; 11/17/91, 3B
    • After runoff, candidates look forward to rest, 10/9/91, 7B
    • Auditor race: Hood outspending Patterson, 10/3/91, 2B
    • Auditor runoff candidates getting down and dirty, 10/6/91, 1B
    • Auditor's race outcome (analysis), 10/13/91, 1G
    • Banks supporters accuse Dillard of race-baiting ad, 10/30/91, 1B; 11/2/91, 1B
    • Banks wants to keep seat on Mississippi Supreme Court, 10/24/91, 1B
    • Big primary winners: 'Wagon Wheel' Blair and Eddie Briggs, 9/22/91, 3G
    • Black is endorsed in runoff by former opponents, 10/1/91, 5B
    • Boycott in Wilkinson County over challenged election, 10/23/91, 2B
    • Briggs challenges Dye to come out and fight, 9/24/91, 1A
    • Briggs collects $98,000+ in contributions, 10/30/91, 2B
  • ELECTIONS, 1991
    • BRIGGS IS VICTORIOUS; DYE CONCEDES, 11/6/91, 1A; 11/7/91, 1A
  • Elections, 1991
    • Briggs says Dye should pay back acting governor fee, 10/22/91, 3B
    • Briggs says Dye's extra pay legal, but unethical, 10/29/91, 1B
    • Briggs to Dye: keep my divorce out of campaign, 10/1/91, 1B
    • Briggs: Lieutenant governor should fight illiteracy, 10/8/91, 1B
    • Buckner and Harvey in District 5 constable runoff, 9/24/91, 5B
    • Candidates need majority to win in statewide elctions, 9/29/91, 1A
    • Chancery Clerk runoff sparking heated debate, 9/26/91, 4B
    • Citizens Southwest (Jackson) hosts political forum, 9/25/91, 4B
    • Democratic committee to rule on constable candidates, 8/29/91, 4B; 8/30/91, 4B
    • Dillard vs. Banks for Supreme Court post, 10/24/91, 1B
    • District 25 Senate race: Hall vs. Cooley, 11/2/91, 5B
    • District 26 Republican runoff: McLarty vs. Gunn, 10/5/91, 4B
    • Dukes name remains on Greenville mayoral ballot despite withdrawal, 11/4/91, 3B
    • Dye and Harper campaign spending about even, 9/11/91, 9A
    • Dye is endorsed by AFL-CIO in runoff, 9/29/91, 3B
    • Dye's fall a prelude to loss of power by lieutenant governor, 11/17/91, 1G
    • Dye's narrow primary victory ignites opposition, 9/22/91, 1A
    • Ellerby's recount (Jackson County) gains votes, but not enough, 9/25/91, 3B
    • Filing date for Legislature candidates is near, 7/8/91, 1B
    • First termers Powell, Davis and Blue are unopposed this year, 9/1/91, 2B
    • Ford pulls out all stops aiding his House supporters, 9/8/91, 3G
    • Fordice and local candidates in rally at Pinola, 8/4/91, 1B
  • ELECTIONS, 1991
    • FORDICE, BRIGGS WIN; COMPLETE ELECTION RESULTS, 11/6/91, 1A+
  • Elections, 1991
    • Fordice, Johnson drumming up runoff voters, 10/1/91, 2B
    • Forrest County sheriff candidate McGee claims newspaper bias, 10/30/91, 3B
    • GOP happy with votes; declares Mississippi two-party state, 9/20/91, 1B
    • GOP has record number of candidates; Dems not worried, 7/20/91, 1A
    • GOTV: getting voters to polls=winning effort, 10/20/91, 1G
    • Governor, lieutenant governor candidates in TV debate, 10/19/91, 3B
    • Greenville Mayor Frank Self in runoff, 10/8/91, 3B
    • Greenville's Mayor Self wins Democratic runoff, 10/22/91, 3B
    • High turn back of incumbents a message from voters, 12/1/91, 1G
    • Hinds County sheriff candidates differ on DUIs, 8/14/91, 2B
    • Hinds County supervisor candidate Vickery gets Republican endorsements, 10/22/91, 5B
    • Hinds County supervisor candidates all say job should be full-time, 10/31/91, 4B
    • Hinds supervisor race now includes two women, 8/17/91, 4B
    • Hobson endorsed by three former rivals in supervisor race, 9/28/91, 5B
    • Hobson files suit; objects to secret meeting on disputed ballots, 11/19/91, 5B
    • Hobson/Wilbourn: affidavit ballots focus of trial arguments, 6/16/92, 1B
    • Hobson/Wilbourn: Hobson challenges election result, 12/13/91, 4B
    • Hobson/Wilbourn: Hobson declared winner with; Wilbourn to challenge, 11/9/91, 1A
    • Hobson/Wilbourn: judge gives seat to Hobson, 4/4/92, 1A, 15A
    • Hobson/Wilbourn: race contested by Wilbourn, 11/14/91, 4B
    • Hobson/Wilbourn: race to have jury trial, 3/3/92, 5B
    • Hobson/Wilbourn: race won't be decided by coin toss, 11/8/91, 1B
    • Hobson/Wilbourn: State Supreme Court confirms Hobson, 7/30/92, 1A
  • ELECTIONS, 1991
    • HOBSON/WILBOURN: STATE SUPREME COURT GIVES SEAT TO HOBSON, 4/7/92, 1A
  • Elections, 1991
    • Hobson/Wilbourn: Supreme Court will rush Wilbourn's appeal, 5/14/92, 1B
    • Hobson/Wilbourn: Wilbourn declared winner; Hobson contests, 11/27/91, 1A
    • Hobson/Wilbourn: Wilbourn to be sworn in, 1/1/92, 2B
    • Hobson/Wilbourn: Wilbourn wants freeze on Hobson's choice, 4/6/92, 1A
    • Hobson/Wilbourn; trial date set on contested ballots, 4/3/92, 5B; 4/16/92, 4B
    • House district electoral vote count delays tally, 11/19/91, 2B
    • House Speaker job could hinge on runoff elections, 10/6/91, 1G
    • Humphreys County ex-sheriff with police record is in runoff, 9/28/91, 3B
    • Hundreds preparing to run for 1,750 state offices, 2/11/91, 2B
    • If Weaver and Roan win, Jackson City Council minus 2 members, 11/4/91, 1B
    • In auditor race, Hood assaults Patterson's finances, 10/2/91, 3B
    • In House District 106 it's Ladner vs. Ladner vs. Ladnier, 8/13/91, 1B
    • Incumbents, Mabus included, not on solid ground, 2/10/91, 3H
    • Insurance commissioner candidate David Anderson, 10/30/91, 7B
    • Johnson cousins Pete and Paul B III's party split has not split family, 9/16/91, 1B
    • JSU to have voting precinct on campus, 11/5/91, 5B
    • Lawsuits challenging Lefore County circuit clerk election, 10/22/91, 2B
    • Leflore County assistant clerk aided Montgomery's fraud, 1/4/92, 1B; 5/29/92, 3B
    • Leflore County ballots falsified for supervisor Robert Moore, 1/15/92, 3B
    • Leflore County Circuit Clerk case: 7 enter innocent pleas, 3/3/92, 3B
    • Leflore County circuit clerk is now Trey Evans, 1/8/92, 2B
    • Leflore County circuit clerk Jan Montgomery arrested, 1/5/92, 1A
    • Leflore County Circuit Clerk scandal may diminish vote fraud, 1/7/92, 1B
    • Leflore County circuit clerk votes said to have been altered, 12/31/91, 2B
    • Leflore County circuit clerk's voting suit goes to trial, 12/29/91, 1B
    • Leflore County committee to probe voting procedures, 2/13/92, 3B
    • Leflore County supervisor race contested by Turner, 11/27/91, 3B
    • Leflore County: voter-fraud trials delayed, 6/11/92, 3B
    • Leflore County; judge rules Moore will keep seat, 1/21/92, 3B; 1/22/92, 3B
  • ELECTIONS, 1991
    • LEGISLATURE: WHO'S IN, WHO'S OUT, 10/6/91, 1G
  • Elections, 1991
    • Lieutenant governor winner may have to be picked by House, 11/2/91, 1A; 11/3/91, 3G
    • Lieutenant governor's race too close to call, 11/3/91, 1A
  • ELECTIONS, 1991
    • MABUS, DYE APPARENT WINNERS (PRELIMINARY RESULTS--ALL RACES), 9/18/91, 1A+
  • Elections, 1991
    • Madison County District 5 Supervisor race, 10/5/91, 5B
    • McLarty is endorsed by Cheatham in runoff with Gunn, 10/3/91, 4B
    • Mississippi Republicans hoping for larger GOP turnout, 9/14/91, 1B
    • Mississippi Supreme Court elections get go-ahead, 10/19/91, 1B
    • Molpus urges candidates to file despite redistricting confusion, 7/17/91, 1B
    • Molpus: only 4 in 10 will vote today, 11/5/91, 1A
    • Morehead endorses Hood in second primary, 9/20/91, 2B
    • NAACP starts black voter registration drive, 8/10/91, 4B
    • Neshoba County Fair make wake up lackluster campaign, 7/14/91, 1G
    • Official: voting machine problems may hamper October turnout, 9/19/91, 3B
    • Perry County group seeks revote after ballot snafu, 10/23/91, 3B
    • Personal experience stiffens Cecil Brown's anti-crime stance, 10/14/91, 1B
    • Politicians downplay lottery, gambling as glimmer turns gray, 7/21/91, 3G
    • Primary '91: delayed, short, challenger-tough, 9/15/91, 1G
    • Primary shows people want change in state politics (analysis), 9/22/91, 1G
    • PSC candidate Weaver says utilities wasting money on ads, 10/3/91, 5B
    • RACE TO WATCH: chancery clerk in Rankin County, 8/5/91, 1A
    • RACE TO WATCH: Hinds County chancery clerk, 10/2/91, 4B
    • RACE TO WATCH: Hinds County sheriff, 8/4/91, 1A; 11/2/91, 5B
    • RACE TO WATCH: Hinds County supervisor, district 3, 10/4/91, 4B
    • RACE TO WATCH: Jackson's House District 70, 10/5/91, 4B
    • Rankin voter registration workers wear 'Warren' T-shirts, 8/20/91, 2B
    • Recheck in Hinds supervisor District 3; no changes, 10/10/91, 2B
    • Record voter turnout expected in today's primary, 9/17/91, 1A, 1B
    • Recount petition denied in two Jackson County races, 10/2/91, 2B
  • ELECTIONS, 1991
    • RESULTS IN COUNTY RACES, 9/19/91, 4-5B; 11/7/91, 4-5B
  • Elections, 1991
    • Roster of major candidates, 7/20/91, 13A
  • ELECTIONS, 1991
    • RUNOFF RESULTS, COUNTY RACES 10/10/91, 4B; 10/9/91, 1A
  • Elections, 1991
    • Runoffs: voters must stick to party..., 9/19/91, 1A
    • Son of AG Mike Moore killed in fall on election night, 9/19/91, 3B
    • Spice and voter interest lacking so far, 7/18/91, 1A
    • Voter discontent worries incumbents, 8/15/91, 4B
    • Voters beat drum for more legislative candidates, 8/11/91, 1G
    • Wilkinson County: Supervisor McFarland convicted, 7/3/93, 2B
    • Write-in candidate Michel as GOP nominee, 9/21/91, 1B; 9/27/91, 4B; 10/1/91, 2B
    • Write-in candidate Michel's name on November ballot, 10/4/91, 4B; 10/11/91, 2B
    • Yards on busy streets have bumper crop of political signs, 9/17/91, 1D
  • Elections, 1992
    • Beat vs. unit system on ballot, 10/31/92, 1B; 11/8/92, 1B
  • ELECTIONS, 1992
    • BLACKS, REPUBLICANS REWRITING STATE POLITICS, 6/14/92, 1A; 11/29/92, 1B
  • Elections, 1992
    • Congressional delegation: all re-elected, some will move up, 11/7/92, 1B
  • ELECTIONS, 1992
    • CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS LISTED, 10/18/92, 1G
  • Elections, 1992
    • Democratic win gives Democrats say-so for plum jobs, 11/15/92, 3G
  • ELECTIONS, 1992
    • ELECTION RESULTS: NATIONAL AND LOCAL, 11/3/92, 1A+
  • Elections, 1992
    • Forum by National Coalition of 100 Black Women, 8/3/92, 3B
    • Gambling referendum in Washington County, 3/30/92, 1A; 3/31/92, 1B
    • Gambling referendum passes narrowly in Washington County, 4/1/92, 1A
    • General election: passing of power, chance to change, 8/9/92, 3G
    • GOP Congressional runoff: Harvey vs. Hewes, 3/30/92, 3B
    • GOP runoffs today; also Washington County gambling referendum, 3/31/92, 1B
    • GOP Supreme Court candidate runoff: Dillard vs. Smith, 3/30/92, 1B
    • Greenville questions use of churches as polling sites, 4/2/92, 3B
    • Hinds County Circuit Clerk Barbara Dunn, 11/2/92, 1D
    • Kitchens name will be on House District 19 ballot, 9/18/92, 3B
    • Lauderdale races await verification, 11/7/92, 5B
    • Lee County: badly worded ballot kept unit system, 11/9/92, 3B
    • Legislative primaries, 8/2/92, 1A+; 8/4/92, 1B
    • Legislative primaries: acrimonious Blanton/Kirby race, 8/3/92, 1B, 2B
    • Legislative primaries: Banks/Calhoun race, 6/20/92, 4B; 7/11/92, 1B; 7/15/92, 2B
    • Legislative primaries: Banks/Calhoun race: Banks allowed to run, 7/22/92, 1B
    • Legislative primaries: Banks/Calhoun race: Banks ready for battle, 7/31/92, 4B
    • Legislative primaries: Banks/Calhoun race: Calhoun aide has objections, 8/6/92, 4B
    • Legislative primaries: Banks/Calhoun race: controversy revived, 7/26/92, 1B
    • Legislative primaries: Banks/Calhoun race: Graves to hear suit, 7/18/92, 5B
    • Legislative primaries: Banks/Calhoun race: high court ruling, 7/30/92, 13A
    • Legislative primaries: Banks/Calhoun race: sample ballots controversy, 8/4/92, 5B
    • Legislative primaries: Blacks increased presence, 8/9/92, 3G (Minor column)
  • ELECTIONS, 1992
    • LEGISLATIVE PRIMARIES: BLACKS POST GAINS (election roundup), 8/5/92, 1A+
  • Elections, 1992
    • Legislative primaries: Calhoun/Banks race; Banks wins, 8/5/92, 8A
    • Legislative primaries: candidates may view tally sheets, 8/12/92, 4B
    • Legislative primaries: Crook loses to Simmons, 8/5/92, 6A
    • Legislative primaries: hurricane-delayed runoffs on Coast, 9/2/92, 3B
    • Legislative primaries: PACs and their candidates, 7/26/92, 3G (Minor column)
    • Legislative primaries: put race issue behind, focus on goals, 8/6/92, 1A
    • Legislative primaries: runoffs in 8 races, 8/23/92, 1A; 8/25/92, 1B
  • ELECTIONS, 1992
    • LEGISLATIVE PRIMARIES: VOTERS GUIDE, 8/2/92, section G
  • Elections, 1992
    • Legislative runoff: 3 incumbents dumped, 8/26/92, 1A, 7A
    • Lottery issue draining power from initiative amendment, 10/18/92, 1G
    • Lottery vote's victory not seen as clear mandate, 11/5/92, 1B
    • Madison County school superintendent's race, 10/14/92, 4B
    • Madison County won't require SS number and telephone number of voters, 10/31/92, 1B
    • Mississippi Democrats lost battle...won war, 11/5/92, 7A
    • Molpus urges citizens to vote, 11/2/92, 2B
    • Montgomery's opponent Michael Williams focuses on deficit, 10/7/92, 2B
    • Netherland's seat: GOP will not submit candidate, 9/17/92, 1B; 9/22/92, 1B
    • Rankin County District 3 supervisor race, 10/30/92, 5B
    • Rankin County facing several decisions, 9/5/92, 4B
    • Rankin County supervisor, district 3 runoff race, 11/16/92, 3B
    • Rankin County supervisor, district 3 runoff race: Hudson wins, 11/18/92, 1B
    • Record number of blacks elected to Legislature, 11/4/92, 1A; 11/5/92, 1A
    • Senate district 21: Blackmon vs Cartwright, 10/21/92, 2B
    • Senate District 21; Mohammed vs. Blackmon, 7/31/92, 4B
    • Senate District 22: 4-way race, 10/26/92, 1A
    • Stokes facing disorderly charge by Dorothy Benford, 11/4/92, 3B
    • Sunflower county sheriff's race runoff: Holder wins, 11/18/92, 3B
    • Supreme Court candidates Barber and Smith, 10/13/92, 1B
    • Supreme Court's new Justices Smith and Roberts, 11/5/92, 1B
    • US House
      • 1st District
        • Whitten vs.Whitaker, 10/25/92, 1A
      • 2nd District
        • Espy facing tough fight, 10/9/92, 2B
      • 4th District
        • Candidate Jack McMillan, 10/13/92, 3B
        • Meredith relying on black vote, 10/31/92, 3B
        • Parker to boost rural areas, 10/14/92, 3B
        • Parker's PAC contributions up 60%, 10/18/92, 5B
      • 5th District
        • Candidate Paul Harvey, 10/8/92, 3B
        • Candidate Shawn O'Hara, 10/22/92, 2B
        • Harvey outspends Taylor, 7/24/92, 1B
        • Harvey, O'Hara, Taylor, 10/30/92, 1B
        • Taylor says jobs top priority, 10/14/92, 3B
    • Voter turnout was 58% for state, 11/5/92, 3B; 11/12/92, 3B
  • ELECTIONS, 1992
    • VOTER'S GUIDE, 11/1/92, section G
  • Elections, 1992
    • Whitten opponent is Clyde Whitaker, 10/8/92, 3B
    • Wilkinson County SEE Voter fraud
  • Elections, 1992 SEE ALSO Presidential election, 1992
  • Elections, 1993
    • Brandon alderman: affidavit ballots, 5/6/93, 4B
    • City Council SEE City Council---Election '93
    • Clinton alderman race, 5/6/93, 4B; 6/4/93, 4B
    • D'Iberville votes again--for unapposed candidates, 6/30/93, 3B
    • Election commissioners, district 3 and 5 runoffs, 11/17/92, 5B
    • Hinds County Justice Court judge race: Britton is winner, 11/17/93, 11A
    • Hinds County Justice Court, District 2 seat: 5 running, 11/1/93, 1B; 11/15/93, 2B
    • Hinds County Senate seat 56: Anderson's replacement, 11/18/93, 1A
    • Hinds County Supervisors District 2 race: 'vote for best candidate', 10/7/93, 4B
    • Hinds County Supervisors District 2 race: 6 qualify, 9/4/93, 5B; 11/1/93, 1A
    • Hinds County Supervisors District 2 race: Anderson gets ministers' OK, 10/22/93, 4B
    • Hinds County Supervisors District 2 race: Anderson on clinic closings, 9/9/93, 4B
    • Hinds County Supervisors District 2 race: Anderson target of fliers, 10/26/93, 5B
    • Hinds County supervisors District 2 race: Anderson wins runoff, 11/17/94, 11A
    • Hinds County Supervisors District 2 race: campaigns wind up, 11/15/93, 1B
    • Hinds County Supervisors District 2 race: citizens' group for Wright, 9/28/93, 5B
    • Hinds County Supervisors District 2 race: essay on job, 5/21/93, 4B
    • Hinds County Supervisors District 2 race: former foes endorse Wright, 11/12/93, 4B
    • Hinds County Supervisors District 2 race: lawmakers back Anderson, 11/10/93, 4B
    • Hinds County Supervisors District 2 race: Thompson endorses Anderson, 11/13/93, 1A
    • Hinds County Supervisors District 3 primary, 8/6/87, 1B
    • Indianola mayor's race, 11/10/93, 2B
    • Lee County sheriff's race runoff: Presley vs. Armstrong, 11/15/99, 1A
    • Lee County sheriff's race: Presley is winner, 11/17/93, 11A
    • Lexington alderman election, 7/21/93, 3B; 7/22/93, 2B
    • Madison County
      • Justice court judge and constable races, 2/12/93, 4B; 3/31/93, 4B
      • Justice Court race: vote-counting problems, 4/15/93, 4B; 4/16/93, 4B
      • Runoffs for justice court judge, constable, 4/12/93, 1B; 4/14/93, 4B
    • Mississippi
      • Convicted felons rejected at polls, 5/19/93, 1A
      • Losers adjusting to life after defeat, 5/13/93, 1D
    • Municipal contests, general election
      • Voter's guide, 6/6/93, 1G+
    • Municipal elections (results), 5/5/93, 1A, 13A, 14A
    • Municipal elections: 300 city choose governments, 6/8/93, 1A
    • Municipal elections: election results, 6/9/93, 6A-8A
    • November 2nd contests, 10/31/93, 1B; 11/1/93, 1A+
    • November 2nd races: statewide results, 11/3/93, 1A, 11A; 11/4/93, 11A
    • Noxubee County supervisor race recount, 11/4/93, 11A; 11/6/93, 1B
    • Pearl alderman race controversy, 5/16/93, 2B; 6/10/93, 4B; 9/3/93, 5B
    • Pelahatchie alderman race, 6/11/93, 5B
    • SEE ALSO City Council
    • SEE ALSO Mayor's race, 1993
    • Senate District 27 seat: Anderson replacement, 11/20/93, 1B
    • Senate District 27 seat: Frazier announces, 11/24/93, 4B
    • US House
      • 2nd District
        • 2 more join crowd running for Espy's seat, 2/12/93, 2B
        • 2 more join race for Espy's seat, 1/29/93, 1B
        • 5 candidates fail to show for forum, 1/31/93, 1B
        • 8 qualify for Espy seat, 3/11/93, 1B
        • Black vote split, 3/28/93, 3G (Minor column)
        • Blackwell/Neely/Thompson/ Michel, 1/13/93, 1B; 1/14/93, 1B
        • Blackwell/Neely/Thompson/Michel, 1/21/93, 1B
        • Candidates make final efforts, 3/30/93, 1A
        • Caucus: Blackwell won't be there, 2/20/93, 3B
        • Caucus: GOP behind Dent, 2/21/93, 4B
        • Conservative Scotty Swillie enters race, 1/23/93, 3B
  • ELECTIONS, 1993
    • US HOUSE
      • 2ND DISTRICT
        • DENT AND THOMPSON IN RUNOFF, 3/31/93, 1A
  • Elections, 1993
    • US House
      • 2nd District
        • Dent calls 1984 assault 'mistake', 3/26/93, 1A
        • GOP picks Hayes Dent, 2/14/93, 1A
        • Jordan announces, 1/22/93, 4B
        • Legislative Black Caucus backs Thompson, 3/12/93, 4B
        • Profile of Unita Blackwell
        • Republicans say Dent will win: black vote split, 3/26/93, 1B
        • Runoff: a fascinating contest, 4/4/93, 3G (Minor column)
        • Runoff: Clinton's help asked, 4/6/93, 1B
        • Runoff: Democrats protest Republicans' filming, 4/14/93, 13A
        • Runoff: Dent accuses Thompson of racial politics, 4/8/93, 3B
        • Runoff: Digging for dirt, 4/12/93, 1A, 5A
        • Runoff: Dole campaigns for Dent, 4/8/93, 1B; 4/9/93, 1A
        • Runoff: feathers fly in final rounds, 4/11/93, 1A
        • Runoff: Hinds County gave Thompson his victory, 4/18/93, 1B
        • Runoff: Mabus denies he raised taxes, 4/7/93, 11A
        • Runoff: Molpus predicts high turnout, 4/13/93, 1A
        • Runoff: national Democrats add firepower, 4/2/93, 1A
        • Runoff: race gets immediately hot, 4/1/93, 1B
        • Runoff: Richardson disavows support of Thompson, 4/6/93, 3B
        • Runoff: Thompson has unified Democrats, 4/5/93, 1B
        • Runoff: Thompson in whip through Delta, 4/8/93, 1B
        • Runoff: Thompson says he would gain white support, 4/9/93, 3B
        • Runoff: Thompson sees Clinton advantage to Delta, 4/15/93, 3B
        • Runoff: Thompson vows action on Ayers case, 4/10/93, 1B
  • ELECTIONS, 1993
    • US HOUSE
      • 2ND DISTRICT
        • RUNOFF: THOMPSON WINS, 4/14/93, 1A
  • Elections, 1993
    • US House
      • 2nd District
        • Runoff: Tipper Gore stumps for Thompson, 4/7/93, 1A
        • Runoff: union leaders contribute to Thompson, 4/7/93, 11A
        • Thompson says Henry Espy lied, 3/24/93, 3B
        • Thompson to be sworn in, 4/20/93, 1B; 4/21/93, 1B
        • Thompson wagering grass-roots campaign, 3/25/93, 1B
        • Voters choose, 3/28/93, 1A, 1G (voter's guide)
        • Voters to pick Espy successor March 30, 1/23/93, 1A
      • 2nd District SEE ALSO Elections, 1993---Hinds County Supervisors...
  • Elections, 1994
    • Canton alderman election: loser Williams challenges results, 8/4/94, 5B; 8/5/94, 4B
    • Canton alderman race, Ward 5, 8/1/94, 1B; 8/11/94, 4B
    • Canton aldermen race: runoff, 8/16/94, 4B
    • Canton aldermen: Nichols wins 4th Ward slot, 8/17/94, 4B
    • Canton mayor's race a tie: special election to decide winner, 9/8/94, 1A; 9/9/94, 4B
    • Canton mayor's race: judge grants special election, 9/10/94, 1B
    • Canton mayor's race: Runnels is confident, 8/29/94, 1B; 8/31/94, 4B
    • Canton mayor's race: Scott says there will be changes, 10/13/94, 1A
    • Canton mayor's race: special election monitored, 10/11/94, 1B; 10/12/94, 1B
    • Canton mayor's race: vote counting is slow, 9/1/94, 4B; 9/2/94, 5B
    • Clinton alderman race: Williamson's grievance, 8/9/94, 4B
    • Congressional races: Fordice wants candidates in alphabetical order, 9/15/94, 2B
    • Copiah County Detention Center inmates allowed to vote, 11/8/94, 3B
    • Debates (schedule), 10/27/94, 1A
    • Democrats and Republicans comment on Clinton's effect, 6/30/94, 3B
    • GOP likely to help military, Montgomery says, 11/12/94, 1A
    • GOP policies will change state farming, Parker says, 11/13/94, 5B, 3C
    • House District 65, 1/10/94, 1A; 1/25/94, 5B; 12/16/93, 4B
    • House district 65
      • Coleman and Brown in runoff, 1/12/94, 4B
    • House District 65
      • Coleman is winner, 1/26/94, 4B
    • Judicial elections SEE Judicial elections, 1994
    • Legislative resignations clear way for 2 elections, 11/16/94, 1B
    • Madison County Chancery and Circuit clerk races, 11/7/94, 1B
    • Minority districts had little impact in GOP landslide, 12/12/94, 3B
    • Mock elections in state public schools, 11/4/94, 4B
    • NAACP's Branch: wake-up call for minorities, 11/13/94, 1A
    • November 8th showdowns (box showing all races), 6/29/94, 1A
  • ELECTIONS, 1994
    • PRIMARY RESULTS; VOTER TURNOUT WAS LOW, 6/8/94, 1A+
  • Elections, 1994
    • Rankin County results OK'd, 11/11/94, 4B
    • Rankin County School Board runoff: Patrick is winner, 11/23/94, 4B; 11/23/94, 8A
    • Rankin County School Board: foes cite their records, 11/20/94, 1B
    • Rankin County school superintendent, 10/25/94, 4B; 11/5/94, 5B; 11/19/94, 5B
    • Republican landslide: Dixiecrats dream 46 years later, 12/4/94, 3G (Minor column)
  • ELECTIONS, 1994
    • RETURNS FOR MISSISSIPPI RACES, 11/9/94, 6A-11A
  • Elections, 1994
    • Senatorial race
      • Eastland knocks Lott's record, 5/24/94, 2B
      • Familiar names Eastland and O'Hara on ballot, 4/9/94, 1B
      • Harper admits past alcoholism, 4/3/94, 3G (Minor column)
      • Harper challenge to Lott is typical, friend says, 5/17/94, 3B
      • Harper loses $20,000 in funds, 10/23/94, 1B
      • Harper says Lott 'toes line', 10/22/94, 3B
      • Harper wants more doctors in rural areas, 5/11/94, 3B
      • Harper will challenge Lott, 3/30/94, 3B
      • Harper's ad 'race-baiting' Eastland says, 6/27/94, 2B
      • Harper: shortage of funds makes race even, 10/27/94, 1B
      • Lott already campaigning for November general election, 6/5/94, 1G
      • Lott disputes Harper criticism: not a 'fat cat', 10/22/94, 3B
      • Lott outspends Harper, 11/6/94, 1B
      • Lott seat: colorful array of challengers, 4/17/94, 3G
      • Lott supporters delight in his conservatism, 10/23/94, 1B
      • Lott takes campaign seriously, 10/27/94, 1B
      • Lott's and Harper's ads compared, 10/23/94, 1G
      • Lott's campaign funds 19 times bigger than foes', 4/20/94, 1B
      • Lott's contributions $1.4 Million; Harper's $250,000, 10/18/94, 1A
      • O'Haras, father/son both on ballot, different party, 4/15/94, 1B
      • RTC judgement financial blow to Eastland, 6/19/94, 3G
      • Runoff: Harper and Eastland keep phone lines busy, 6/26/94, 1A
      • Runoff: Harper wins Democratic nomination, 6/29/94, 1A, 10A
      • Scott County Democrat Howard Clark appears in Lott ad, 6/7/94, 1B
      • Turnipseed challenges Lott, 4/5/94, 3B
      • Turnipseed urges local control of education, 5/21/94, 2B
    • Senatorial race (runoff)
      • Eastland 'more than just a name', 6/13/94, 1B
  • ELECTIONS, 1994
    • STATE CAN BENEFIT FROM GOP GAINS, MONTGOMERY SAYS, 11/10/94, 1A
  • Elections, 1994
    • State electorate eyes Senate and House seats, 11/8/94, 1A
    • State GOP anticipates more growth, 11/13/94, 1A
    • Statewide grand jury measure passes, 11/9/94, 6A
    • US House
      • 1st District
        • $2.4 Million total spent on campaign, 12/19/94, 1B
        • A House without Whitten, 11/7/94, 1B
        • After runoff both candidates will be bloodied, 6/26/94, 3G
        • Barnett takes stance against PAC funds
        • Cochran, Fordice at rally for Wicker, 10/28/94, 3B
        • Deadline looms; Whitten has not declared, 4/5/94, 1B
        • Ford may run for Whitten seat, 1/21/94, 1B; 5/19/93, 1B
        • Ford won't neglect House duties to campaign, 1/22/94, 3B
        • Fox uses photo of Fordice in ads, 6/22/94, 3B
        • Polls show Wicker ahead, 10/20/94, 3B
        • Primary results analyzed, 6/12/94, 3G (Minor column)
        • Race for Whitten's seat in spotlight, 4/10/94, 1B
        • Race may hinge on DeSoto County, 5/16/94, 1B
        • Runoff: Wheeler(D) and Wicker(R) are winners, 6/29/94, 11A
        • Similarities of Wheeler and Wicker, 7/17/94, 3G (Minor column)
        • Strong voter turnout expected, 6/5/94, 1A, 1G
        • TV advertising, 5/29/94, 3G (Minor column)
        • Wheeler enlivens the race, 6/5/94, 1G
        • Wheeler outspends Wicker, 11/6/94, 1B
        • Wheeler vs Ford, Wicker vs Fox in runoffs, 6/8/94, 1A
        • Wheeler/Wicker mud-slinging, 11/6/94, 3G (Minor column)
        • Whitten backs Wheeler, 7/9/94, 1B
        • Whitten won't run, 4/6/94, 1A, 6A, 7A; 4/7/94, 1B
        • Whitten's impact on race is minimal, 6/27/94, 1A
        • Whitwell will take on Whitten, 12/10/93, 3B
        • Wicker vs Wheeler, 10/24/94, 1B; 10/30/94, 1B, 4B; 10/31/94, 1B
  • ELECTIONS, 1994
    • US HOUSE
      • 1ST DISTRICT
        • WICKER WINS BIG, 9/9/94, 1A; 9/10/94, 11A
  • Elections, 1994
    • US House
      • 1st District
        • Without Whitten, choice is tougher, 11/9/94, 1A
      • 2nd District
        • Candidate Jordan plans to move residence, 8/30/94,
        • Candidate Vince Thornton, 10/11/94, 3B; 10/12/94, 3B
        • Foes pull out big guns at close of race, 11/6/94, 3B
        • Foes take on racial issue, 11/1/94, 3B
        • Fordice campaigns for Jordan, 10/15/94, 3B
        • Gingrich campaigns for Jordan, 9/16/94, 2B
        • Jordan, Thompson, Thornton, 10/20/94, 1B
        • PAC supports Thompson, Harper, Rose, 10/27/94, 3B
        • Race pivots on crossover black vote, 11/3/94, 1B
        • Race turns to 'Christian values', 11/5/94, 2B
        • Republicans may run Bill Jordan, a black, 9/26/93, 2G
        • Strong verbal jabs in debate, 10/27/94, 3B
        • Thompson at rally in Charleston, 10/22/94, 3B
        • Thompson is victor, 11/9/94, 6A
        • Thompson vs Jordan, 10/18/94, 3B
        • Thorton to Jordan: drop out of race, 11/7/94, 3B
      • 3rd District
        • Loyal voters unmoved by attacks on Montgomery, 11/1/94, 1B
        • Montgomery challenger Dutch Dabbs, 10/12/94, 2B
        • Montgomery out to save Meridian NAS, 10/19/94, 3B
        • Montgomery too conservative or too liberal?, 10/31/94, 1A
        • Montgomery vs Dabbs, 10/17/94, 1B
      • 4th District
        • Bennett releases his tax returns, 5/13/94, 3B
        • Bennett wants separate court for drug cases, 4/13/94, 3B
        • Bennett would create enterprise zones, 5/18/94, 3B
        • Challenger Bennett criticizes Parker's record, 3/15/94, 3B
        • Democrats do last minute stumping, 6/6/94, 1A
        • Ed Wood challenges Parker, 10/12/94, 2B
        • Parker defeats Bennett, 6/8/94, 1A
        • Parker favors more health clinics, 5/17/94, 3B
        • Parker vs Wood, 10/13/94, 1B
        • Parker's TV ads reflect his confidence in race, 6/4/94, 1A
        • Primary results analyzed, 6/12/94, 3G (Minor column)
      • 4th district
        • Strong voter turnout expected, 6/5/94, 1A, 1G
      • 4th District
        • Voters want focus on jobs, 5/2/94, 1B
      • 5th District
        • Imcumbent Gene Taylor vs George Barlos, 10/10/94, 1B
        • Taylor releases poll results, 10/17/94, 1B
        • Taylor takes aim at lobbyists, 10/19/94, 3B
      • Incumbents relying on PAC contributions, 11/6/94, 3B
  • ELECTIONS, 1994
    • VOTER'S GUIDE, 11/6/94, G section
  • Elections, 1994
    • Yazoo City municipal elections
      • Lawsuit could threaten today's results, 3/7/94, 1B
    • Young Republicans rally in Jackson, 10/25/94, 3B
  • Elections, 1995
    • Primary: Auditor Steve Patterson will run for governor, 11/8/94, 1B
    • Primary: Candidates unofficially stumping state, 8/11/94, 1A, 9A
    • Primary: House District 116
      • Door-to-door campaigning, 12/26/94, 3B
    • Primary: Secretary of State: Eric Clarke's name-dropping of supporters, 11/15/94, 1B
  • Elections, Georgia
    • Challenge to runoff election system could affect Mississippi, 8/19/90, 1H
  • Elections, Lauderdale County
    • Audit department finds no problem in investigation, 12/17/88, 3B
  • Elections, Mississippi
    • Changing election laws would ease apathy (analysis), 10/22/89, 1H
    • Cutback in number may be constitutional amendment, 10/24/89, 2B
    • Discriminate against blacks, 4/3/87, 1A
    • House votes to limit gambling referendums to every 4 years, 3/11/93, 3B
    • Officials say money still talks in some areas, 10/24/88, 1A
    • Runoff elections favor Democrats; GOP, blacks want change, 10/7/90, 2H
    • Senate bill would cut number of state elections, 2/10/90, 1B
  • Electric bills SEE Utility bills
  • Electric Blanket
    • AIDS slide show at St. Andrew's Cathedral, 11/27/92, 1E
  • Electric City
    • Appliance dealers want Mississippi Power to close stores, 1/30/91, 7B
    • Bought out by Cowboy Maloney's, 9/25/91, 5B
    • Power shake-up in wake of heavy losses, 5/9/91, 5B
    • To close twelve stores in Mississippi, 6/8/91, 6B
  • Electric cooperatives
    • Legislation would tighten reins, 1/17/90, 6B; 1/19/90, 6B
    • Power unto themselves (special section), 11/19/89, 1A+
  • Electric meters SEE Security devices
  • Electric Power Association
    • Draws battle lines in merger, 7/21/85, 5G
  • Electricians unions
    • Schedules protest in Mississippi, 9/11/86, 8B
  • Electricity
    • Free to businesses in Biloxi, 3/27/87, 8B
    • Houses having unauthorized service turned over to Fire Department, 4/3/92, 2B
  • Electrocutions (accidental)
    • 2 Jackson men die when antenna hits power line, 12/4/93, 1B
  • Electronic benefits transfer SEE Food stamps
  • Electronic Car inventor
    • Joseph Newman, 2/5/87,1A; 12/4/86, 1B
  • Electronic fences
    • For pets, 1/13/94, 1D
  • Elephant (Barbar), 1/13/87, 1A
    • Replacement, 1/14/87, 1A
  • Elevators
    • Federal Building elevator plunge injures 2 women, 6/23/89, 1A; 6/24/89, 1B
  • Eleventh Moon Storytelling
    • Indian lore and nature celebrated, 1/28/93, 6E
  • Elias, Louis
    • New acting dean of USM's Gulf Coast campuses, 6/5/92, 4B
  • Elias, Theresa
    • Pascagoula teacher writes book on math skill, 11/12/91, 4B
  • Eliott, Crystal SEE Murder, Raleigh
  • Elissa (Tall ship)
    • Rigged ship - Biloxi, 9/15/87, 1D
    • Sails to Biloxi, 11/8/87, 1H; 11/11/87, 1A; 11/14/87, 3B
    • Tall-masted ship to visit coast, 3/2/89, 1B
  • Elite League of Musicians
    • Helping local groups get bookings, 8/22/93, 1F
  • Elite Restaurant
    • Restaurant review, 10/21/93, 4E
    • Review, 9/6/87, 1F
  • Elkins, Chris
    • Singles minister considers Unification Church a cult, 8/25/90, 1D
  • Elkins, Stephanie
    • Intern, 7/12/87, 1C
  • Elks Building SEE Mississippi State University---Jackson...
  • Ellard, Jo SEE National Cutting Horse Association
  • Ellington, Faye
    • Good Samaritan loses money in her home, 7/24/93, 3B
  • Elliot, Jack
    • Archaeologist calls for documentation of Mississippi architecture, 6/11/90, 2B
  • Elliot, Matthew
    • Challenged Poplarville teenager is published author, 6/1/93, 1A
  • Elliot, Meri Autumn
    • Child with spina bifida meets John Stamos, 10/2/89, 2B
  • Elliott, Michael
    • Sharkey County man dies in house fire hours before his wedding, 11/16/92, 1A
  • Ellis Avenue
    • Police break up Sunday night traffic congestion at Lynch Street, 6/7/93, 3B
  • Ellis Seafood
    • Restaurant review, 1/11/90, 4E; 1/23/92, 4E
  • Ellis, Alma SEE Kids Count Mississippi
  • Ellis, Halla Jo
    • Wildflower expert, wants a state wildflower, 6/20/90, 1D
  • Ellis, Stanley
    • Carthage man found guilty in rape of MSU student, 9/12/91, 1B; 12/1/95, 4B
  • Ellis, Truman
    • WW II veteran returns album to family of Japanese sailor, 5/6/93, 1A
  • Ellisville Manufacturing
    • Garment factory to close down, 2/17/93, 5B
  • Ellisville State School, 2/23/87, 1B
    • Patient abuse alleged; worker suspended, 2/26/94, 2B
  • Else School of Management SEE ALSO Millsaps College
  • Else School of Management/Clarion Ledger Business Forum, 9/19/93, 1C; 10/3/93, 1C+; 10/17/93, 1C+
    • Focus: gambling, 11/20/94, 1C; 11/27/94, 1C+
    • Focuses on economic development, 8/29/93, 1C
  • Else School of Management/Clarion-Ledger Business Forum, 3/20/94, 1C; 4/10/94, 1C+
  • ElSohly Labs
    • Oxford
      • Laboratory in employee drug-testing industry, 1/27/91, 1G
  • Elvis Presley Museum SEE Presley, Elvis
  • Embezzlement
    • Artesia
      • Ex-city clerk charged with forgery and embezzlement, 9/14/90, 3B
    • Beauty queen Rhonda Fuchs' turmoil over infertility cited as cause, 8/27/91, 1B
    • Belzoni
      • Former postmaster William Cothran charged, 5/23/91, 2B
    • Choctaw County Hospital director Hughes charged, 2/24/91, 5B
    • Coast man Don Ray charged; had faked suicide, 11/1/91, 3B
    • Ex-McComb bank teller Brenda Flory sentenced, 8/3/91, 5B
    • Ex-Mississippi Hospital Association employee arrested, 6/27/90, 3B; 9/10/91, 5B
    • Ex-stockbroker Margaret Stalnaker arrested while shopping, 1/9/92, 4B
    • Five charged on coast with $2.8M theft from union pension plan, 8/8/91, 2B
    • Greenville man Donald Manuel pleads guilty, 7/25/91, 4B
    • Greenwood
      • City workers to be tried, 10/27/91, 2B
    • Hollis Wells of Atlanta charged in pension fund crime, 1/12/91, 5B
    • Jackson policeman Gary Sheppard is charged, 5/10/91, 1A
    • Jackson woman accused of taking cemetery funds, 8/15/91, 1B
    • Judy Pinnock, 7/18/87,1B; 7/21/87,3B
    • Mary Benford, ex-bank worker, ordered to repay Unifirst Bank, 10/6/89, 3B
    • MBMC credit union manager Fitzroy ordered to repay funds, 7/17/92, 4B
    • Mound Bayou
      • City's housing director Brenda Nash is indicted, 10/31/90, 4B
    • Payroll clerk Cochran enters Flowood hospital, 10/17/90, 5B
    • Payroll clerk Patricia Cochran free on bond, 9/29/90, 2B; 10/3/90, 5B; 10/6/90, 5B
    • Police give tips on thwarting employee crime, 5/19/92, 2B
    • Sack-N-Save bookkeeper Myrth Golden denies charges, 2/15/92, 4B
    • Trustmark teller Stephanie Karole Cooper is charged, 9/4/93, 5B
    • Vicksburg
      • Mall executive pleads guilty, 11/18/88, 3B
    • Woman charged with embezzling cancer society funds, 6/14/90, 1B
  • Embezzlement SEE ALSO Forgery
  • Embroidery by Romage
    • Terry and Pat Magee, owners
      • How's business?, 11/23/93, 6B
  • Emergency 911
    • 4-year-old girl saves asthmatic mother, 3/28/92, 1A
    • 4-year-old mauled by dog; 911 respone called slow, 3/18/94, 1B
    • Call would not go through: Belhaven house burns, 2/2/94, 1A
    • City hires 8 to staff in wake of response-time criticism, 8/20/92, 4B
    • Crank calls using Public Enemy rap group song, 8/10/90, 1A
    • Delayed response to fire call; operator placed on leave, 5/26/94, 1B
    • Dispatcher training should bring Vicksburg service on line, 10/4/91, 2B
    • Hattiesburg womam Natasha Cole killed while talking to 911, 10/31/93, 1B
    • Hinds County supervisors vote to raise fees, 8/3/93, 4B
    • Hinds voters pass, 11/5/86, 1B
    • How it works (diagram), 9/17/93, 1A
    • Jackson police do not respond; woman gang raped, 1/20/94, 4B; 1/22/94, 1B; 1/23/94, 3B
    • Jackson police fail... woman gang raped, 1/20/94, 4B
    • Jackson police fail...firings and reprimands meted out, 1/26/94, 1A
    • Jackson police failure to respond: $6M lawsuit, 2/1/94, 1B
    • Jackson police ignore... JPD admits mishandling, 1/22/94, 1B; 1/23/94, 3B
    • Jackson upgrades equipment, 4/22/94, 1B
    • Jewelry store robbery prompts another complaint, 3/19/94, 1A
    • JPD officials seek answers to response failures, 7/25/94, 1A
    • Leland was confused on who was providing service, 12/29/94, 2B
    • Low-priority calls strain manpower of JPD, 7/25/94, 5A
    • Lowndes County system emphasizes training, 9/16/91, 1B
    • Operators complete training course, 5/7/94, 4B
    • Porsche stolen at gunpoint
      • Owner felt safer in NYC, Chicago, 3/30/94, 1B; 4/2/94, 5B
    • Pranksters and bogus calls being traced, 12/11/91, 3B
    • Rankin County residents upset over address changes, 9/9/94, 4B
    • Reaction faulted---again
      • Burglar flees Bristol Boulevard home, 3/12/94, 1A
  • EMERGENCY 911
    • RESPONSE TIMES FOR JACKSON POLICE DEPARTMENT AVERAGE 13 MINUTES, 11/24-25/94, 1A+
  • Emergency 911
    • Rural Hinds County has minor problems with 911 service, 8/6/90, 4B
    • Shortage of help slows work on 911, 7/19/88, 2B
    • Silly calls threaten lives, officials warn, 12/21/90, 5B
    • Some Canton streets receive strange names, 10/21/91, 1B
  • Emergency 911 SEE ALSO McKinney, Bentley
  • Emergency clinics
    • More like family doctors, 11/2/86, 10A
  • Emergency Management Acency
    • Pays big for quake awareness efforts, 12/4/90, 1B
  • Emergency Management Agency
    • Lack of clout and limited funds hamper small agency, 3/4/90, 1A
    • Throws major effort into Hurricane Andrew relief, 8/29/92, 1B
  • Emergency medical service, Canton
    • City delays vote on service, 4/21/93, 4B
    • Helicopter makes 1st run to Jackson hospital, 5/4/93, 1B
  • Emergency medical service, Clinton
    • Seeks guarantee of 8-minute response time, 3/7/91, 5B
    • Weighs participation in Hinds plan, 3/12/91, 5B; 10/19/90, 5B
  • Emergency medical service, Flora
    • Wants to switch back to Mobile Medic, 7/12/93, 1B; 8/5/93, 1B
  • Emergency medical service, Greene County
    • Superviors say county cannot afford service, 2/18/93, 1A
  • Emergency medical service, Hinds County
    • County wants to reduce its fee paid, 9/12/89, 3B
    • Gives city option: privatization, 8/27/90, 2B; 9/25/90, 5B
    • Studies privatization, 7/10/90, 5B
    • Unused vans may go to rural fire departments, 5/14/91, 5B
    • Urged to seek alternative, 1/7/86, 1B
  • Emergency medical service, Jackson
    • AirStAT crash investigated, 4/8/87, 1A; 10/22/87, 1A
    • AirSTAT helicopters, 2/24/87, 1A
    • Baptist Hospital discontinues AirSTAT services, 10/11/90, 1A
    • City Council debates fee hike, 12/20/89, 5B
    • City Council moves step closer to privatization, 12/18/90, 1B
    • City Council OKs private company to provide, 9/19/90, 1B
    • City must pay workers $400,000 in overtime, 4/19/89, 1A
    • City rejects Gulfport service, 12/14/90, 5B; 12/15/90, 5B
    • Coordinator Forster takes job in Colorado, 10/3/90, 5B
    • Councilman: Hinds should share cost, 8/2/88, 4B
    • Danks asked to consider private service, 8/9/85, 3B
    • Drivers get training, 9/23/88, 1B
    • Eight staffers quit after privatization, 12/20/90, 1A
    • Fees of $250 voted, 10/24/90, 5B
    • Firefighters may replace resigning medics, 12/22/90, 5B
    • Judge cuts back pay for overtime, 4/20/89, 1A; 5/10/89, 1B
    • Local companies charge Coast firm now has monopoly, 1/1/91, 1B
    • Mobile Medic accused of dumping AIDS patient, 8/11/94, 1A
    • Mobile Medic begins membership drive, 2/28/91, 5B
    • Mobile Medic bought by Massachusetts company, 10/9/92, 5B
    • Mobile Medic had a bumpy first year, 4/27/92, 1A
    • Mobile Medic honored by professional association, 12/16/94, 5B
    • Mobile Medic in operation; answers first call, 3/19/91, 1A
    • Mobile Medic may take over, 12/4/90, 5B; , 12/14/90, 5B
    • Mobile Medic response times are better, faster, 5/3/93, 1A
    • Mobile Medic response times questioned, 3/28/91, 1B
    • Mobile Medic seeks to renegotiate contract, 12/28/91, 1A
    • Mobile Medic sold to American Medical Response, 10/27/92, 1B
    • Mobile Medic thrives in Jackson market, 10/6/94, 1A, 15A
    • Mobile Medic working for good response times, 3/30/91, 5B
    • Mobile Medic's Home for the Holidays program, 12/26/94, 1B
    • Mobile Medic: a ride in an ambullance, 5/3/93, 5A
    • Mobile Medic: does it have monopoly?, 3/21/91, 1B
    • Mobile Medic: J&R Ambulance sues, claiming monopoly, 9/5/91, 4B
    • Mobile Medic: J&R Ambulance violating law, 12/29/91, 1B
    • Mobile Medic: panel seeks an expert to monitor, 1/15/91, 5B
    • Mobile Medic: Professional Ambulance loses lawsuit, 1/29/92, 4B
    • Mobile Medic: Professional Ambulance violating law, 12/29/91, 1B
    • Mobile Medic: rate hike called off, 1/1/93, 1B
    • Mobile Medic: rate hike challenged by supervisors, 12/8/92, 1B
    • Mobile Medic: Supervisors oppose rate hike, 11/19/92, 1A
    • Pafford advises student lifeguards at Racquet Club, 6/23/93, 4B
    • Personnel attacked after responding to call, 11/17/90, 3B
  • EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE, JACKSON
    • RACING AGAINST TIME, 5/2-3/93 1A+
  • Emergency medical service, Jackson
    • Service for newborns goes private, 7/21/88, 1B
    • Staff shortage trims Jackson's fleet, 10/9/90, 1A
    • TV show 'E.R.' close to real thing, 11/17/94, 1D
  • Emergency medical service, Madison
    • City stays with Mobile Medic---for now, 4/7/93, 4B
  • Emergency medical service, Madison County
    • County has only 3 ambulances, 3/2/89, 18A
    • County to subsidize Pafford service, 7/24/93, 3B
    • Fire chiefs meet with Pafford, 5/21/93, 4B
    • J&R Service given extension to prepare case, 4/14/90, 3B
    • Mobile Medic buys out Pafford, 8/7/93, 4B
    • Mobile Medic of Gulfport seeking contract, 2/23/91, 1B
    • Officials consider adding ambulances, 3/3/89, 1B
    • Owner seeks County's help with deficit, 6/10/89, 1B
    • Pafford service of Arkansas considered, 3/18/93, 1B
  • Emergency medical service, Mississippi
    • Air ambulances: Pafford Medical lands contract, 3/27/93, 5B
    • Fernando Seaton, Paramedic, 7/4/88, 1C
    • HUEYs lack funding, 8/15/94, 2B
  • EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE, MISSISSIPPI
    • HUEYs MAY NOT ANSWER ALL EMS PROBLEMS, 5/2/93, 1A
  • Emergency medical service, Mississippi
    • HUEYS to be used, 2/3/93, 1A; 3/11/94, 1B; 3/21/93, 1A
    • HUEYs too large to transport patients?, 4/3/93, 1A
    • HUEYs won't fly without cooperation, doctor says, 3/23/93, 1A
    • Licenses increase from $25 to $250, 7/11/91, 4B
    • New standards critized as unrealistic, 12/22/90, 1B
    • Statewide survey, 7/26/87,1B, 5B
    • U.S.Congress will survey needs in rural areas, 11/28/89, 3B
  • Emergency medical service, Rankin County
    • Mobile Medic will not be used, 8/18/94, 4B
  • Emergency medical service, Stone County
    • Rural county faces wait for services, 10/3/92, 3B
  • Emergency medical service, Tunica County
    • County pays for service after hospital closes, 1/4/91, 3B
  • Emergency medical service, Washington County
    • Hospital director opposes call format, 10/6/92, 3B
  • Emergency medical technicians SEE Paramedics
  • Emergency Operations Center
    • Director Larry Fisher, the man with the plan, 7/4/94, 1D
    • Emergency radio system problem in county agency, 7/20/93, 5B
    • Fully taken over by Hinds County, 8/24/91, 4B
    • Larry Fisher chosen as new director, 10/4/89, 2B
    • Noon siren blast merely a test, 2/1/91, 1B
    • Siren warning system needs cooperative effort, Fisher says, 3/30/94, 1A
    • Tabletop disaster studied to prepare for real thing, 3/27/92, 4B
    • Will charge for out-of-county clean-up, 9/25/90, 5B
  • Emergency radio system, Jackson
    • Would limit communication with Hinds County, EOC says, 7/20/93, 4B
  • Emergency sirens SEE ALSO Emergency Operations Center
  • Emergency sirens, Rankin County
    • New systems of sirens, 3/23/95, 4B
  • Emergency telephone number SEE Emergency 911
  • Emerging Crops Program SEE Legislature, 1993---Special session...
  • Emeril's Restaurant
    • New Orleans
      • Restaurant review, 2/27/92, 4E
  • Emerson, David and Margie
    • Shoot each other, ending stormy relationship, 1/3/92, 1A; 1/4/92, 1B
  • Emerson, Nita
    • Victim of leukemia honored with fund-raising bake sale, 3/9/91, 5B
  • Emerson, Sam
    • Michael Jackson's personal photographer, 3/10/93, 1D
  • Eminent domain
    • Bailey property on Beasley Road as easement to water treatment plant, 8/24/93, 1B
    • City Council votes to take action on easement, 8/25/93, 4B
  • Emling, Ward
    • Heads state's film office, 1/11/91, 1E
  • Emmanuel Baptist Church
    • Pearl
      • Animated worship services, 6/26/93, 1D
  • Emmanuel Methodist Church
    • Vandalism repaired, 10/14/85, 1B
  • Emmerich, John
    • Business profile
      • President of Emmerich Newspapers, 4/3/89, 4E
    • Fined for damage to car caused by his geese, 5/31/91, 1B
    • Newspaper publisher, 7/26/87, 1I
  • Emmerich, Wyatt
    • Comes home from NYC to publish Northside Sun, 2/3/91, 1G
  • Emmons, Billy Raymond SEE International Airport---Security...
  • Emmy Awards, 1989
    • 41st Annual, 9/17/89, 1E
  • Emmy Awards, 1994
    • Mississippi natives Ray Walston and Sela Ward are nominated, 9/11/94, 1F, 2F
    • Sela Ward wins for best actress in drama, 9/12/94, 5A
  • Employee benefits
    • Section 89 of new law hard on smaller companies, 5/14/89, 1G
  • Employee drug testing SEE Drug tests
  • Employee leasing
    • People power leasing companies, 1/17/88, 1G
    • Ridgeland firm JobMate, 3/10/91, 1G
  • Employee training SEE Jobs
  • Employees
    • 401(k) plans, 11/6/89, 1E
    • Background checks replace lie detector tests, 4/2/89, 1G
    • Getting along with co-workers, 4/30/92, 1D
    • Late to work again; what's the excuse?, 5/24/92, 1C
    • New state IDs aid firms obey hiring law, 5/27/88, 8B
    • Night people: work in the dark, sleep in the day, 5/5/91, 1E
    • No secret safe from employers' delving computers, 1/30/94, 1C
  • Employees SEE ALSO City employees
  • Employees SEE ALSO Work force
  • Employment
    • Companies should help, not fire troubled help, 11/19/87,8B
    • Experts: Finance, retail businesses lead '89 jobs, 1/29/89; 11H
    • Focus on business, 5/16/86, 1A
    • Jackson
      • Firms expect fewer hirings, but also fewer layoffs this fall, 9/10/91, 7B
      • Hiring expected to rise in 1st quarter 1991, 12/11/90, 6B
      • Hiring outlook improves with Spring, 3/5/91, 6B
      • Most employers will slow hiring in last quarter, 9/12/90, 6B
    • Jackson firms see only modest hiring gains for rest of year, 6/4/91, 6B
    • Many companies hire temporary workers for Christmas, 11/30/88, 8B
    • Outlook improving, 9/2/85,1A
    • Temporary workers find permanent satisfaction, 9/4/88, 1I
    • Temporary-worker use has grown 20%, 7/22/93, 5B
  • Employment agencies
    • Match workers with jobs, 4/9/90, 1E
  • Employment in Kuwait SEE Persian Gulf War
  • Employment interviews SEE Job interviews
  • Employment offices SEE Employment Security Commission
  • Employment Security Commission
    • Agency operating amid stringent cutbacks, 10/2/90, 1B
    • Agency shutting doors on jobless, employers say, 8/7/90, 1A
    • ALEX, its new automated job-search capability, 4/21/93, 4B
    • Attorney charged in embezzlement, 6/1/89,4B; 6/13/89, 4B
    • Bay Springs city government will keep job center open, 8/30/90, 1B
    • Chief fired before begins, 5/31/86, 1B
    • Director Linda Aldy resigns, 10/13/90, 1A
    • Employment offices shift to part-time schedules, 9/28/90, 1A
    • Executive Director Liston Thomasson to retire, 10/20/94, 5B
    • Ingram is chosen chief by Fordice, 5/28/92, 4B
    • Jackson County may sue to keep job office open, 9/7/90, 6B
    • Jackson office moves to hard-to-find Bonita Street, 10/28/89, 5B
    • Libraries delay job service role, 9/8/90, 6B
    • McBride favors federal funding of agency, 8/31/90, 6B
    • New director:Linda Aldy, 4/19/88, 8B
    • Officials sue senator, MMA lobbyist, 7/26/91, 5B
    • Probe is urged in closing of job offices, 8/17/90, 1B
    • Senate panel orders reopening of 16 job offices, 2/23/91, 1B
    • Spars with Manufacturers Association over funding, 3/15/90, 6B
    • State job-office shutdown faulted, 10/23/90, 1A
    • State will probe employment office closings, 8/23/90, 1B
    • To close several offices and lay off workers, 4/4/90, 6B
    • To reopen 60 job offices, 12/1/90, 6B
    • Twenty-year old lawsuit to cost state $6.1 Million, 8/22/90, 1A
    • Used $3 Million in federal funds for own profits, 8/26/90, 1A
    • With budget crunch, 18 laid off, 7/17/90, 1B
    • With federal cuts, 16 job-service centers closed, 8/4/90, 1A
  • Emporium Building
    • Gets new lease on life, 1/17/89; 8B
    • Jackson
      • Renovation, 1/22/88, 1B
    • Renovation, 1/22/88 p.1B
    • Renovation of $5 million, 1/17/89; 8B
    • Renovation of 1906 building, 1/22/88, 1B; 3/23/88, 8B
    • Renovation planned, 5/28/87,8B
  • Empowerment Zone/Economic Community
    • Cities sending in applications, 7/20/94, 5B
    • Program holds workshops in Jackson, 3/12/94, 5B
  • Empowerment zones SEE Cities and towns, Mississippi
  • Emus
    • AG Molpus orders end to unregistered Texas sales, 10/21/94, 7B
    • Flightless Australian birds being raised in Perkinston, 1/8/93, 1B
  • Encephalitis
    • Claims 1st state victim, 8/24/89, 1A
    • Strikes state second time, 10/18/89, 4B
  • Encouraging Words
    • Calligraphic cards by Ginny Hayes, 2/25/92, 1D
  • Encyclopedia of African American Civil Rights...
    • Mississippi author John Marszalek, 8/26/92, 2B
  • Encyclopedia of Southern Culture
    • Fest in Jackson at Lemuria and Hal & Mal's, 7/27/89, 6F
    • Oxford to fete editors with street party, 7/20/89, 13F
    • Project of Center for the Study of Southern Culture, 6/21/89, 3B
  • Encyclopedia of Southern History
    • William Ferris and Charles Reagan Wilson edit, 7/3/89, 1D
  • Encyclopedias
    • Go slow in buying encyclopedias, 4/10/90, 4B
  • Endangered species, 12/1/88, 3B
    • 9 Mississippi animals join updated list, 7/20/92, 2B
    • Red wolves to be released on Horn Island to breed, 12/24/88, 1B
    • Washington State ruling may mean less protection for birds, 3/19/94, 5B
  • Endless Praise SEE Lister family
  • Endris, Latresa and Rob SEE Madison County Public Schools
  • Endris, Robert
    • Madison County employee let private club use county bulldozer, 9/23/91, 1B
  • Engel, Robert C SEE AIDS
  • Engel, Steven
    • New rabbi at Temple Beth Israel, 7/18/92, 1D
    • Rabbi sees need for hate-crimes bill, 1/28/93, 1B
  • Engelhardt, Jan SEE New Stage
  • Engineer SEE County engineer
  • English language
    • Vote to make state language, 3/11/87, 3B
  • English, Ernest
    • Sentenced in Southern Bag Co. fraud case, 12/8/89, 3B
  • English, Janet Harrison
    • Prize-winning recipe in 'Good Housekeeping' contest, 9/18/93, 1B
  • Englishman
    • Ronnie Allwright reunites with Jackson friend Ron Lamey, 4/18/91, 1A
  • Englund, Richard
    • Ballet master in Jackson, 12/12/88, 1C
  • Engram, Robert C
    • Military experience gives delegate insight, 8/19/88, 6A
  • Engram, Robert C SEE Gaming Commission
  • Enochs, Anne
    • Jackson portrait artist brings out subject's auras, 9/24/91, 1D
  • Enright, John
    • California man in wheelchair-tour of USA
      • Stops in Jackson, 6/21/94, 4B
  • Ensemble Alcatraz
    • Medieval jazz group
      • 3/27/90, 1D
  • Enstad, David
    • Named advertising director of Clarion-Ledger, 9/16/90, 1G
  • Entergy Corp
    • $21 Million in earnings cut in 1st quarter 1994, 5/17/94, 6B
    • $50 Million investment in Pakistan power project, 9/16/94, 5B
    • 1994 annual meeting in Jackson, 5/7/94, 5B
    • 41 MP&L employees among 350 in job cut, 1/12/93, 6B
    • Analyst says its stock overbought
      • Stockwatch, 7/9/90, 9E
    • Appeals $27 million customer refund order, 8/8/92,, 5B
    • Cavanaugh now CB and CEO; Hintz is Vp and chief operating oficer, 5/6/92, 8B
    • Cavanaugh resigns; to head North Carolina power company, 9/2/92, 5B
    • CEO Lupberger says it has overcome Grand Gulf woes, 5/5/90, 6B
    • Downsizing to cut 1500 positions, 5/16/92, 5B
    • Earnings down 8.6%, 1st quarter 1990, 5/3/90, 6B
    • Earnings for second-quarter 1991 drop, 8/3/91, 7B
    • Entergy Plus, power-saving program, 12/2/92, 5B
    • Gulf States acquisition drops Entergy's profits, 10/29/94, 7B
    • Gulf States Utilities merger, 3/31/92, 7B; 4/28/93, 5B; 5/7/93, 6B; 5/11/93, 6B; 5/15/93, 5B; 6/9/92, 6B; 12/19/92, 6B
    • Gulf States Utilities merger benefits debated, 1/9/94, 1C
    • Helps to expand power plant in China, 8/31/94, 5B; 9/2/94, 6B; 9/8/94, 5B
    • Keiser named chief of Entergy Operations (Jackson), 4/29/93, 5B
    • Layoffs will reach peak in late 1992, 5/18/91, 7B
    • Management moves help streamline operations, 8/6/90, 9E
    • Mauldin named president and chief operating officer, 10/30/93, 5B
    • May build power plants in China, 6/13/94, 2B
    • MP&L parent company raises dividends, buys back stock, 11/1/90, 6B
    • Names eight new executives in new transmission division, 11/21/90, 6B
    • New name for Middle South Utilities, 5/20/89, 8B
    • Open Door program financing home renovation, 12/12/91, 5B
    • Pays $15M in lawsuit accusing it of hiding problems, 2/1/91, 6B
    • SEC looks at its purchase of 2 Arkansas nuclear power plants, 7/19/92, 1B
    • Settlement over nuclear power plants unlikely to affect stock, 6/6/89, 8B
    • Stock buyback plan to continue, 7/30/91, 7B
    • Stock should rise after long-term stock repurchase plan, 10/9/89, 12E
    • Stock takes a beating after downgrading, 6/17/94, 6B
    • Transfers local MP&L employees to new facility in New Orleans, 1/30/91, 1A; 1/31/91, 6B
  • Entergy Corp SEE ALSO Middle South Utilities; SEE ALSO MP&L
  • Entergy Corp SEE ALSO Minority Vendor Matching Forum
  • Entergy Counselors Institute
    • Aiming to keep graduates in Mississippi, 7/9/91, 4B
  • Entergy Operations SEE Entergy Corp
  • Enterprise communities
    • Empowerment Zones and Enterprise Communities
      • (Conference), 1/18/94, 3B
    • Program under scrutiny by Kenneth Stokes and others, 9/8/95, 4B
  • Enterprise Foundation (Maryland) SEE Housing---Jackson
  • Enterprise, Mississippi
    • Students to be tested for tuberculosis, 11/20/88, 3B
  • Entex, Inc.
    • Buy out offer, 10/2/87, 8B
  • Entrance requirements SEE Universities, Mississippi
  • Entrepreneurs
    • African American entrepreneurs (Column), 8/2/87, 1G
    • African American entrepreneurs face many obstacles in Jackson, 1/3/93, 3C
    • Conference teaches small towners how to compete with Wal-Mart, etc., 9/18/90, 6B
    • Conference teaches them how to do business with high-tech firms, 9/12/89, 6B
    • Granberry sells cartoon-type map of Jackson area businesses, 12/21/89, 8B
    • Projects train welfare recipients to run businesses, 6/11/89, 1G
  • Enviro Safety
    • New Jersey company charged in septic tank scam, 8/10/93, 3B
  • Environment
    • Businessman Henry Todd says business hampered by how laws are made, 4/4/92, 5B
    • Choking South--dreadful environmental performance of region, 7/29/90, 1H
    • Churches asked to observe Soil and Water Stewardship Week, 1/20/90, 1D
    • Cleaning your house the green way, 10/28/91, 4B
    • Cochran scores low on the environment, 4/15/90, 1H
    • Conservation group rates Lott and Cochran worst, 10/17/90, 4B
    • Dean Morton of NYC speaks at St. Andrew's, 5/24/91, 1E
    • Environmental bills die in 1992 Legislature, 4/19/92, 1G
    • God mandates stewardship of his creation; churches respond, 11/30/91, 1D
    • Groups unite to protest lack of action in Legislature, 2/5/93, 6B
    • Growing grass roots environmentalism in Mississippi, 9/24/89, 1A
    • Gulf Coast forum addresses pollution, resource recovery, 5/19/91, 3B
    • Millsaps student Carl Black only one to pass test, 9/8/90, 3B
    • Mississippi needs to put bite into laws, or become dump, 9/16/93, 3B
    • State can do more to combat greenhouse effect, 11/17/88, 1B
    • Study puts state's environment near bottom, 4/10/90, 1B
    • The earth and politics, 4/15/90, 1H
    • Today is Earth Day, 1990, 4/22/90, 1A+
  • Environmental court SEE Courts, Jackson
  • Environmental discrimination
    • Siting of polluting facilities works against the poor, 3/13/94, 1A
  • Environmental education
    • More schools offering, 10/26/90, 4B
  • Eola Hotel
    • Suit filed against partners, 12/19/84, 8B
  • Epilepsy
    • United Way, 11/18/85, 1B
  • Epilepsy Foundation
    • Works to improve public perception, 1/31/88, 1I
  • Epilepsy Foundation SEE ALSO Pannell, Heath
  • Episcopal Church of the Holy Trinity
    • Steeple repair nearly completed, 4/5/94, 1B
  • Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi
    • Bishop Gray to retire, 9/17/93, 1E
    • Elects Alfred Clark Marble bishop, 2/24/91, 1B
    • Establishes AIDS Commission, 10/12/91, 1D; 10/28/89, 1D
    • In annual meeting will elect coadjutor, 1/26/91, 1D
    • To elect bishop coadjutor, 2/16/91, 1D
  • Episcopalians
    • Bishop of Jerusalem Samir Kafity to speak in Jackson, 11/9/91, 1D
    • Church factions get together for teaching session, 3/3/90, 1D
    • Mississippi
      • Extend a friendly invitation to join them, 9/9/89, 1D
  • Epperson, John
    • Off-Broadway actor in one-man show, 5/30/89, 1C
  • Epps, Clifton SEE Burglary, Madison County
  • Epps, Foster SEE Police---Clarksdale
  • Epting, Terry SEE Shooting---Morton
  • Equity funding of schools
    • Bill signed by Governor, 4/6/89, 1B
    • Board of Education backs tax for funding, 2/18/89, 3B
    • House committee cuts funding for plan, 2/21/90, 1A
    • House OKs equal money for schools, 2/23/90, 1A
    • House subcommittee says bill promotes mediocrity, 2/15/89, 1G
    • Legislature oks, 3/29/89, 1A
    • Legislature OKs funding, with delay, 3/30/90, 3B
    • New state law may deter Kentucky-like crisis, 6/9/89, 1B
    • Senate oks bill
      • 2/9/89, 3B
    • Tax proposed to fianance
      • 2/16/89, 1A
    • Utility tax hike proposed, 2/17/89, 1A
  • Equus
    • Nudity issue prompts New Stage to scrap play, 10/5/85, 1A
  • Erdreich, Beverly
    • Birmingham artist shows at Meridian museum, 7/21/91, 1F
  • Eric Gales Band
    • At Hal & Mal's, 11/10/94, 19E
  • Erosion, Jackson
    • Inaction by City Council may lose SCS funds, 8/10/93, 4B
    • Officials seek funds for repairs, 12/3/85, 1B
  • Erosion, Mississippi
    • Program pays farmers to combat erosion, 3/11/86, 8B
  • Erosion, Vicksburg
    • City gets $400,000 to combat problem, 4/8/92, 3B
  • Ervin Lewis House SEE Historic houses---Byram
  • Escapades
    • Reservoir nightclub may lose license, 5/17/92, 1B; 7/11/92, 4B
  • Escapees (Prison) SEE Prisoners
  • Escatawpa River
    • Declared safe for fishing by state agency, 7/11/91, 2B
    • Hinds Chancery court lifts fishing ban, 3/6/91, 5B
    • Officials: avoid catfish, buffalo fish and mullet, 1/18/92, 1B
    • Warning given against fishing because of dioxins, 8/17/90, 1A
  • Escatawpa River SEE ALSO Dioxin
  • Esher, Robert SEE Stennis Space Center
  • Espy family
    • Will they build an empire on politics?, 3/21/93, 1B, 3B
  • Espy, Henry SEE Mayor's race, 1993---Clarksdale
  • Espy, Mike
    • Accused of trying to cancel Black Caucus hearing on Delta Pride Catfish, 10/12/90, 1A
    • Ad draws static from opponents, 3/21/88, 1A
    • Addresses Jackson Urban League, 9/9/89, 1B
    • Addresses Mississippi Religious Leaders Conference, 3/5/91, 2B
    • Admits he bounced checks at House bank, 10/3/91, 15A
  • ESPY, MIKE
    • AGRICULTURE POST IS HIS, 1/20/93, 1B; 12/25/92, 1A, 1B, 4B; 12/26/92, 1A
  • Espy, Mike
    • Agriculture post: successor likely to be black, 12/25/92, 1B
    • Agriculture secretary post, 12/20/92, 1A, 1B; 12/21/92, 1A, 3B; 12/24/92, 1A
    • Agriculture secretary?, 12/12/92, 1A, 15A, 6B; 12/16/92, 1A; 12/17/92, 5A
    • Announces $20 Million grant for rural water, 10/30/90, 2B
    • Appears in NRA advertisement, 12/22/88, 1B
    • As USDA secretary boosting farm income is goal, 2/4/93, 5B
    • Assumes role of person applying for food stamps, 6/15/93, 3B
    • Backs legislation to aid minority farmers, 7/20/90, 1A
    • Backs striking Delta Pride Catfish workers, 11/4/90, 1A
    • Bury trailers, clear Sugar Ditch, 10/20/88, 1B
    • Calls for irradiation of red meat, 2/26/94, 10B
    • Calls for Job Corps Center in Hollandale, 12/12/91, 3B
    • Calls Fordice's attack on Whitten 'hypocritcal', 10/7/92, 1B
    • Campaign expenses, 12/12/86, 1B
    • Coleman blasts Espy's performance, 11/3/88, 3B
    • Coleman charges Espy missed meetings, 8/2/88,3B
    • Coleman says vandalism may be ploy, 9/27/88, 1B
    • Collects $159,000 in re-election campaign funds, 7/17/90, 2B
    • Committee assignments, 1/10/87, 1B
    • Confirmation hearing before Congress, 1/14/93, 9A; 1/15/93, 1A
    • Continues his climb on Capitol Hill, 3/18/90, 1B
    • Criticized by Coleman for accepting church funds, 10/26/88, 3B
    • Criticized for taking speech money, 9/1/88, 1B
    • Criticizes 1990 Farm Bill on agricultural subsidies, 7/21/90, 1B
    • Debate with Franklin, 9/30/86, 1A
    • Declared winner, probe called for, 6/8/86, 1A
    • Defending rural interest difficult job, 5/27/87, 3B
    • Defends his vote against Gulf War, 2/10/91, 8B
    • Defends trade bill, 5/17/88, 1B
    • Delta Pride strike is at top of his concerns, 11/1/90, 2B
    • Democrats hold public meetings to select replacement, 1/10/93, 1B
    • Departs USDA post without fanfare, 12/31/94, 3B
    • Deserved help from Whitten, but he never got it, 12/13/92, 3H
    • Designate heritage corridor for river, 8/12/88, 3B
    • Disappointed with Delta Commission study, 9/30/90, 1A
    • Discusses Farm issues, 10/23/86, 1B
    • Discusses rural problems with Dukakis, 8/6/88, 3B
    • Douses "Mississippi Burning" on "Today," 12/10/88, 1B
    • Endorses Ray Mabus, 9/8/87, 1A
    • Ethics investigation: trips home paid for by government, 9/17/94, 4B
    • Expected to extend crop deadlines because of rains, 5/28/93, 5B
    • Expecting balanced voting by race, 10/28/86, 1B
    • Fails to get membership on Appropriations Committee, 12/9/92, 1B
    • Family, 10/18/87, 1F
    • Farm issue, 10/16/86, 1B
    • Franklin: Unions aided Espy in '86, 10/28/88, 1B
    • Gains votes through error,runoff necessary, 6/4-6/86, 1A
    • Gets offer of help after vandalism, 9/23/88, 1B
    • Gets two positions, 12/11/86, 1B
    • Growing quickly in agriculture post, 1/24/94, 1A
    • Has fewest Mississippians on staff, 3/29/87, 1B
    • Has received nearly a million dollars from PACs, 7/11/91, 1B
    • He and wife of 12 years are divorced, 4/13/91, 1B
    • Hears complaints on Farmers Home Administration, 11/11/89, 6B
    • Hiring practices, 2/26/87, 2B
    • His Delta Leadership Council a model for moderate Democrats, 5/5/91, 1B
    • His performance has scared off opposition, 2/4/90, 3H
    • His television program premieres in Greenville, 12/3/89, 7B
    • Home vandalized, 9/21/88, 1A
    • Homecoming to Yazoo City, 'where it all started', 1/24/93, 1A
    • House Committee assignments, 1/24/87, 4B
    • House vandalism still unsolved, 11/14/88, 1B
    • In Atlanta: excerpts from speech, 7/19/88, 1A
    • Is leader in PAC donations among Mississippi's delegation, 4/12/90, 3B
    • Jesse Jackson endorses
      • 5/18/86, B
    • Joins drive to prevent child dehydration deaths, 5/22/90, 2B
    • Keynoter at Higher Education Appreciation Day luncheon, 2/20/91, 3B
    • Leading the way for other black U.S. Congressmen, 9/13/92, 1H
    • Leads Mississippi delegation in office expenditures, 9/24/92, 2B
    • Life in Washington, 1/11/87, 1A
    • Lists free trips to Jamaica and England on disclosure forms, 5/25/89, 1B
    • Molpus, Mabus campaign for him, 10/4/86, 1B
    • Named 'Person of Week', 11/8/86,1A
    • Needs big white vote to keep momentum, 11/8/88, 3B
    • Nunn & Bennett Johnson stump for Espy, 10/27/88, 3B
    • Nunn to campaign for Espy, 10/21/88, 1B
    • On week-long Saudi Arabia fact-finding trip, 1/5/91, 3B; 1/6/91, 3B
    • Opens campaign office in Vicksburg, 9/7/86,2B
    • Pays own way to rally for Bennie Thompson, 9/25/94, 1A
    • Personal touch winning admirers in USDA post, 11/7/93, 1B
    • Proudest of Delta development, 10/19/88, 1B
    • Pushes for tax breaks to help rural business, 7/12/91, 3B
    • Race may depend on farmers, 11/1/86, 1B
    • Reapportionment may put part of Jackson in his district, 2/11/90, 1A
    • Remarkes on movie "Mississippi Burning," 1/15/89; 2H
    • Report: Kept $23,250 for '87 speeches, 3/11/89, 1B
    • Representative Clay apologizes for calling Espy a gigolo, 10/13/90, 1A
    • Resignation: state catfish farmers will miss Espy, 10/4/94, 7A
  • ESPY, MIKE
    • RESIGNS AS USDA CHIEF, 3/25/95, 4A; 10/4/94, 1A+; 12/6/94, 6B
  • Espy, Mike
    • Says contributions from Chicago futures industry will not voting, 5/31/89, 1B
    • Says he leaves USDA post grateful, not bitter, 12/22/94, 1A
    • Says his roots contributed to downfall at USDA, 10/5/94, 1B
    • Says put funding priority on domestic programs, 4/22/90, 7B
    • Speech at Howard University, 2/25/87,3B
    • Speech at Piney Woods, 3/9/87, 3B
    • Speech at St.Andrew's School features Berlin Wall souvenir, 1/26/90, 4B
    • Staff selection, 11/30/86, 1B
    • Starts 2nd Dist. campaign, 1/28/86, 1B
    • State NAACP welcomes, 11/9/86, 1B
    • Still chasing support, 2/6/89, 4B
    • Studious, hard-working, mainstream---and black, 4/14/91, 3G
    • Supports reorganization of USDA appeal procedures, 8/8/92, 3B
    • Sworn in as Secretary of Agriculture, 1/22/93, 1A
    • Tells of budget cuts that will hurt Mississippi, 2/25/90, 1H (analysis)
    • This Corner column, 1/4/87, 1H
    • To address joint session of Legislature, 2/16/93, 1B; 2/19/93, 1A
    • To introduce keynote speaker at Convention, 7/12/88, 3B
    • To lead seminar on federal contracts, 6/26/87, 2B
    • To maintain ties with farmers, 12/23/86, 1B
    • To take oath of office, names staff, 1/6/87, 1B,2B
    • Today Show, 7/13/88, 1A
    • Touting his accomplishments in PR Tour, 11/13/94, 3B
    • Tyson Foods gratuities, 3/18/94, 5B; 6/9/94, 1A; 6/10/94, 4A; 6/11/94, 1A
    • Tyson Foods gratuities: Reno wants independent counsel, 8/10/94, 1A; 8/14/94, 1C
    • Tyson Foods probe...new prosecutor named, 9/10/94, 1A; 9/16/94, 1A
    • Tyson Foods probe: Tyson employees to be questioned, 11/23/94, 3B
    • Tyson Foods...Espy billed government for Super Bowl tickets, 8/25/94, 1A
    • USDA drops plan for new poultry rules, 10/26/94, 6B
    • Uses leftover campaign funds for clipping services, legal fees, 9/13/93, 1B
    • Victory strikes blow against racist system, 12/1/86, 1B
    • Visits East and West Germany on fact-finding trip, 12/8/89, 7A
    • Wants regional investment fund or bank for Delta, 11/30/91, 1B
    • White vote gives Espy foothold for next race, 11/10/88, 3B
    • Whitten/Espy alliance mirrors new Mississippi, 5/1/88, 3H
    • Will guard government farm programs in Mississippi, 11/12/92, 2B
    • Will receive campaign help from aides, 5/31/89, 1B
    • Will start re-election campaign with debt from 1988, 2/7/90, 2B
    • Wins 2nd Dist., 11/5/86, 1A
    • Wins race by 4827 votes, 11/21/86, 4B
    • Won't compare Fordice to David Duke of Louisiana, 11/10/91, 1B
    • Works to promote economy on Mississippi River, 9/5/87, 3B
  • Espy, Thomas
    • U.S. Ag agency refuses loan application of Mike Espy's brother, 8/28/94, 2B
  • Esquire
    • Magazine's September 1994 issue
      • 20th century literature that will endure, 8/21/94, 3F
  • Essay contest
    • Why I am Proud of Mississippi, 4/17/87, 1B
  • Estate taxes SEE Tax collections
  • Estes, Earl
    • Winston County missing, 11/10/92, 3B; 11/29/92, 7B; 11/30/92, 3B
  • Estes, Larry
    • Backpacking, 10/19/86, 16D
  • Estes, Larry SEE Canoeing
  • Ethel, Mississippi, 7/3/88, 4B
  • Ether SEE Peoples Drug Store
  • Etheridge, Kevin
    • MSU student has perfect ACT score, 9/27/94, 1A
  • Etheridge, Melissa
    • At Thalia Mara Hall, 11/24/94, 22E
  • Ethics
    • Aamendment
      • Compromise sought, 3/20/86, 1B
    • Amendment
      • Legislature approves, 4/11/86, 1A
    • Amendment defeated, 6/4/86, 1A
    • Decision
      • Mississippi Supreme Court, 3/5,3/8/86, 1B
    • Exemptions
      • Ruled unconstitutional, 3/21/86, 1A
    • Laws
      • Citizens committee to study, 10/7/86, 1B
      • Incumbents fear law will debase govt., 8/31/86, 1A
    • Panel
      • Violaters will be prosecuted, 6/12/86, 1A
    • Provision
      • Conflict of interest provisions struck, 3/12/86, 1B
      • Lawyers argue for, 11/19/86, 1B
      • Legislators get last shot at, 12/15/84, 1A
  • Ethics Commission
    • Ex-Superintendent can't hold Noxubee post, 1/7/88, 1B
    • Mabus appoints Louisa Dixon to four-year term, 1/4/92, 1A
    • Panel says Crook can head agency, 2/13/88, 1B
    • Says Noxubee can't hire ex-chief, 1/16/88, 1B
  • Ethics reports SEE Financial disclosure reports
  • Ethnic diversity SEE Immigrants, Mississippi
  • Ethnic Heritage in Mississippi
    • Barbara Carpenter, editor, 10/10/92, 3B
  • Ethnic marketing
    • Advertising changes, reflecting power of blacks, Hispanics, 8/9/92, 1C
  • Ethredge, Debi
    • Jackson marathoner, 7/10/87, 1D
  • Etiquette
    • Boardroom and corporate etiquette, 8/27/89, 1G
    • The Graces/Gentlemen
      • Davis teaches etiquette, 10/16/88, 1E
  • Ettl, Katharine
    • Local sculptor dies, 1/11/93, 1B
  • Ettl, Katherine Speed
    • Sculptor has exhibit at Mississippi College, 11/5/89, 1F
  • ETV
    • Acting director Sarah White quits after critical report, 7/28/93, 3B
    • Big-band special evokes bygone days of swing, 3/2/89, 1C
    • Board will review charges against Jaeger, 5/6/93, 1B
    • Broadcasting into public school classrooms, 1/23/90, 4B
    • Budget bill becomes law, having slipped past Fordice, 5/14/92, 3B
    • Consultant paid $42,941 worked as writer for Mabus on state time, 8/4/93, 1B
    • Documentary looks at native music's rebirth, 5/20/88, 1C
    • Duplication and waste in programming targeted, 7/26/93, 1A
    • Ex-director Jaeger's film on Mississippi River is over budget, 6/9/93, 1B
    • Ex-writers Blaine, Baggett produce PBS series, 1C; 1/23/89
    • Farm news show offers how-to information, 9/4/88, 1I
    • Funnybones is health education program, 11/23/92, 1C
    • Learning Store opens, 12/11/92, 1E
    • Let's Talk Teens
      • Forum to debate issues, 11/4/93, 3B
    • Miller named director, 10/2/93, 3B
    • Mississippi Business Today, a weekly program, 10/2/94, 1C
    • Mississippian returns home to take post as ETV director, 12/29/88, 1B
    • Morris to retire as director, 7/16/88, 4B
    • Network examines earthquake's rumblings, 10/24/90, 1D
    • New Raymond transmitter will upgrade service, 6/27/91, 1B
    • PEER wants investigation of director Jody Jaeger, 3/11/93, 1A; 3/17/93, 1B; 4/3/93, 1B
    • Satellite link to teach kids in 4 high schools, 10/31/88, 1B
    • Shares TeleCon 1991 Partnership Award, 11/18/91, 2B
    • Struggle between ETV and community colleges over TV channels, 5/7/90, 4B; 9/5/89, 3B
    • Student winners in METV's art contest, 4/3/90, 4B
    • The Magic Place receives CINE Golden Eagle Certificate, 11/14/88, 3B
    • Wants to televise Legislative proceedings, 12/7/94, 1B
  • Eubanks family
    • White Puckett family claims Klan harassment, 8/21/93, 1B; 8/25/93, 4B
  • Eubanks, Melvin
    • New Coahoma Community College football coach, 9/3/92, 1A
  • Eudora Learning Center
    • Man claims his retarded son was whipped with a belt, 4/26/90, 5B
  • Eudora Welty Library
    • After-school craft classes benefit children's rehab center, 12/15/89, 3B
    • Art work of Whitfield patients on display, 4/25/94, 3B (Jacksun column)
    • Car crashes into building, 11/14/87, 1A
    • Chinese books donated, 6/18/94, 4B
    • Exhibit of Nijinsky photographs, 6/1/90, 1E
    • Fee for workshop slipped by library administration, 11/26/92, 3B (Jack Sunn)
    • Hosts Big Storybook Party, 4/30/92, 6E
    • Kuralt to speak at party, 2/17/88, 1C
    • Library preview, 2/9/86, 1A & 1E
    • Library's new facade
      • (Question in 'Ask Jack Sunn'), 6/13/90, 5B
    • Opens, 2/11/86, 1C
    • Parking lot expansion begins, 4/7/93, 1A
    • Reference Department commended (Kochtitzky letter), 3/7/92, 10A
    • Sherlock system to replace card catalog
      • Jack Sunn column, 1/22/91, 5B
    • Vagrants bother Larry Fisher of EOC, 6/17/94, 5B
  • Eudora Welty Library SEE ALSO Jackson/Hinds Library System
  • Eugenia Summer Alumni Art Exhibit and Sale
    • Show at Brown's for MUW benefit, 4/5/92, 1F
  • Eupora, Mississippi, 8/2/87, 3B
  • Eureka Springs, Arkansas, 3/8/87, 1F
  • Europa star SEE ALSO Casino ship
  • Europa Star (Gambling ship), 2/14/88, 1F
    • Attorney General asks for ruling, 9/22/88, 2B
    • Biloxi judge must rule, 7/21/88, 1A
    • Gambling ship leaves Biloxi early, 11/16/88, 1A
    • Gambling ship must sail further out, 10/8/88, 1A
    • Good for tourist trade, 5/31/88, 6B
    • Ready to set sail off coast, 12/13/87, 1A
    • Ship leaving Biloxi for Florida port, 11/11/88, 1A
    • Ship must go beyond state waters before opening casino, 11/10/88, 1A
  • Eutaw-McShan Aquifer
    • Water level fell 20 feet from 1978 to 1987, 5/9/91, 1B
  • Evangel Temple Church
    • Meridian
      • Theater productions, 2/29/92, 1D
  • Evangeline
    • Band at Hal & Mal's, 7/23/92, 6E
  • Evangelistic Census Sunday SEE National Evangelistic Census
  • Evans, Allyne SEE City Clerk, Jackson
  • Evans, Bob
    • Appointed circuit judge for four-county district, 1/23/91, 2B
  • Evans, Connie Ray
    • Executed, 7/8-9/87, 1A
    • Execution set, 6/11/87, 1B; 6/12/87, 3B; 7/3/87, 1A; 7/7/87, 1A
    • Thinks of victim, 7/6/87, 1A
    • U.S. Supreme Court appeal, 6/25/87, 1A; 6/27/87 1A; 6/30/87, 4B
    • Vigils for execution, 7/7/87, 1B
  • Evans, Donald Leroy
    • Agrees to extradition from Louisiana, 8/8/91, 2B; 8/9/91, 3B
    • Arizona desert searched for his victims, 8/29/91, 1A; 8/30/91, 1A; 8/31/91, 1B
    • Attorney asks for delay in trial, 8/18/93, 3B
    • Awaits ruling on self-representation, 9/4/91, 1A
    • Back in Harrison County jail, 6/16/93, 1A
    • Carries troubled history, 8/15/91, 1A
    • Charged in 1985 slaying of Florida woman, 9/6/91, 1A
    • Coast beachgoers keep up with case, 8/25/91, 1B
    • Coast DA wants death penalty, 8/21/91, 1B
    • Delays rape and murder plea, 11/6/92, 3B
    • Demands law library, 10/5/91, 3B
    • Doctor labeled Evans 'dangerous' in 1984, 8/16/91, 1A
    • Escape adds 51 months to sentence, 10/3/93, 3B
  • EVANS, DONALD LEROY
    • ESCAPES FROM HARRISON COUNTY JAIL, 6/14/93, 1A; 6/15/93, 1A, 7A
  • Evans, Donald Leroy
    • Evans asks for 2nd autopsy of Routh's body, 3/17/92, 3B
  • EVANS, DONALD LEROY
    • EVANS GIVEN LIFE SENTENCE, 10/2/91, 3B
  • Evans, Donald Leroy
    • Expert says Evans exaggerating number of murders, 8/17/91, 11A
    • Florida trial, 11/28/93, 3B
    • Indicted in Florida slaying, 5/1/92, 2B
    • Lawyer Fred Lusk unfazed by spotlight, 8/19/91, 1B
    • Leads authorities to Routh's body, 8/12/91, 1A
    • May have killed three in North Carolina, 8/27/91, 2B; 8/28/91, 3B
    • Mississippi, Louisiana agree to try Evans in Gulfport, 8/22/91, 3B
    • Moved to Illinois prison after escape, 6/17/93, 1A
    • Must stand trial for murder in March 1992, 10/17/91, 3B
    • Neighbors in Galveston agree Evans was strange, 8/17/91, 1A
    • Officials tight-lipped on progress of hunt for Routh, 8/11/91, 3B
    • Pascagoula officials seek to tie 1975 slaying to Evans, 8/23/91, 3B
    • Permitted to act as own lawyer, 9/14/91, 3B
    • Pleads guilty to kidnapping, 8/20/91, 1A
    • Pleads innocent to escape charges, 8/20/93, 3B
    • Police seek 10-year-old abducted from beach, 8/4/91, 3B; 8/6/91, 1B
    • Prosecutors want swift ruling on use of confessions, 8/17/93, 3B
    • Publicity glut will be a problem in trying Evans, 8/18/91, 1A
    • Returned from federal prison for motions hearings, 3/15/92, 6B
    • Returns from Arizona desert body search, 9/1/91, 5B
    • Routh described as bright, mature, intimidating, 9/7/91, 3B
    • Routh feared Evans, mother's roommate testifies, 9/17/91, 2B
    • Says he killed 60, 4/27/92, 2B; 8/14/91, 1A; 8/15/91, 13A; 8/18/91, 1B
    • Stands by claim of multiple killings, 7/8/92, 3B
    • Suspect and child had been seen in Jones County, 8/10/91, 1A
    • Suspected in killing of pregnant Daytona Beach woman, 9/12/91, 2B
    • To aid in body hunt, 8/16/91, 1A, 5A
    • Transfered to high-security federal prison, 10/30/91, 3B
    • Trial (Fla): wants to wear Klan robes, be called 'Hi Hitler', 2/13/94, 1A
    • Trial set for March 1, 1993, 12/2/92, 3B
    • Trial: 1-day notice of jury selection site promised, 8/25/93, 3B
    • Trial: Closed jury selection wrong, state high court says, 1/14/94, 1B
    • Trial: confessions cannot be used, 9/2/93, 3B
    • Trial: Court removes 2 defense lawyers, 2/2/93,
    • Trial: Doctor details Routh's injuries, 9/15/93, 2B
    • Trial: Evans says his lawyers prejudiced case, 9/12/93, 1B
    • Trial: Evans' family testifies of abuse by their mother, 9/18/93, 1B
    • Trial: found guilty of murder, sexual battery
      • Jury deciding fate, 9/17/93, 1A
  • EVANS, DONALD LEROY
    • TRIAL: GIVEN DEATH PENALTY, 9/19/93, 1A
  • Evans, Donald Leroy
    • Trial: Judge opens it to public, but keeps site secret, 8/13/93, 3B; 8/20/93, 3B
    • Trial: Judge Vlahos wants sanctions against newspapers, 9/29/93, 3B; 9/30/93, 2B
    • Trial: jury hears closing arguments, 9/16/93, 1B
    • Trial: jury hears his confession, 9/14/93, 1B
    • Trial: Jury is seated, 9/11/93, 1B
    • Trial: jury pool should be 1000, attorney says, 2/3/93, 3B
    • Trial: jury selection begins, 9/7/93, 1B; 9/8/93, 1A; 9/10/93, 3B
    • Trial: Natchez cellblock cleared for Evans incarceration, 9/8/93, 1A
    • Trial: newspapers want open jury selection, 9/9/93, 1B; 9/13/93, 2B
    • Trial: Sane enough to represent self, judge says, 8/27/91, 2B
    • Trial: Sane, judge rules; will stand trial, 8/11/93, 2B
    • Trial: says he wants to plead guilty, then changes mind, 6/12/93, 3B
    • Won't tell whereabouts of Routh, 8/7/91, 1B
  • Evans, Gray SEE Plea bargaining
  • Evans, J. Bruce
    • Minister counsels couples on more loving realtionships, 2/10/90, 1D
  • Evans, Jim
    • Legislator begins battle for broader health care, 12/9/92, 3B
  • Evans, Joseph
    • Brookhaven-born opera star in concert at Ole Miss, 2/22/90, 12E
  • Evans, Lynn
    • Letter says Jackson wants equity from county, not bailout, 6/1/90, 10A
  • Evans, Mendy SEE Homeless---Jackson---Happy couple...
  • Evans, Nancy
    • Female recruit for Jackson Fire Department, 6/19/93, 4B
  • Evans, Owen
    • Head of UMC Department of Pediatrics, 11/29/92, 1E
  • Evans, Rob
    • Named Ole Miss's first black basketball coach, 3/31/92, 1A, 1C
  • Evans, Thomas SEE Homeless
  • Evans, William Augustus, Jr.
    • Doctor kept America well, 6/5/88, 1F
  • Evans, Wilson
    • Conviction stands for labor leader, 11/4/88, 1B
  • EventWorks
    • Company does theme parties and functions for businesses, 9/15/94, 5B
  • Everett, Betty C.
    • Arrested, 4/2/88, 1A
    • Bolin sentenced in separate case, 9/10/88, 3B
    • Charges dropped against Batus, 9/3/88, 1B
    • Husband wants charges dropped, 5/6/88, 1A
    • Linked with inmate to murder plot, 4/1/88, 1A
    • Pearl drug conspirator to testify, 5/12/88, 1B
    • Pleads innocent, 5/3/88, 1B
  • Everett, Bobby SEE Jail deaths
  • Everett, Bobby SEE Prisoners, Jackson
  • Everett, Mable Ann
    • Braxton store clerk dispenses Christian faith, 11/14/92, 1D
  • Everett, Marie
    • Spirit of outrage motivates Everett, 12/23/87, 1C
  • Everett, Stanley SEE Alcoholism, Mississippi
  • Evergreen Water Association
    • Fight between 2 member factions, 11/16/93, 5B; 12/9/93, 4B
    • Rankin County system tackles abuse found in audit, 11/13/93, 4B
  • Evers, Charles
    • Admits he lobbied HUD Secretary for projects, 12/12/89, 3B
    • As Jefferson County chancery clerk says he has 'mission', 1/6/92, 1A
    • At Republican Convention: GOP helps Jefferson County, 8/18/92, 1A
    • Cites apathy for slow growth of fund to honor slain brother, 12/31/88, 1B
    • Controversy over Fayette mayoral race, 10/23/85, 1A
    • Endorses Bush, Lott, and Espy, 10/21/88, 3B
    • Feud with ex-mayor over questioned funds, 4/4/86, 2B
    • In race for Central District Highway Commissioner, 1B; 1/11/89
    • Judge hears dispute, 10/30/88, 3B; 11/13/87, 1A
    • New contest ordered
      • 10/19-20;7/16,20/87
    • Officially makes switch to Republican Party, 5/25/89, 3B
    • Qualifies to campaign for fifth term as Fayette mayor, 3/28/89, 1B
    • Says he is joining Republican Party, 5/10/89, 1B
    • Under investigation, 4/2/88, 4B
    • Wants TV time to rebut Arsenio Hall, 12/8/89, 5B
    • Will reinstate Charles Tisdale on WMPR Radio, 11/10/94, 3B; 11/12/94, 5B
  • Evers, Medgar
    • 1963 television appearance made him vulnerable target, 1/23/94, 1A
    • 1964 trial witness insists on Beckwith's innocence, 3/1l/90, 1A
    • Admirers want his bust in state Capitol, 6/13/93, 1A
    • Anniversary tribute, 6/1/88, 12A
    • Award bestowed on Dr. Savimbi, 6/22/88, 1B
    • B.B. King and Gregg Allman perform at homecoming, 6/4/90, 1B
    • B.B. King and Lee Atwater to jam at Mississippi Homecoming, 6/3/89, 3B
    • Beckwith case chronology, 12/18/90, 10A
    • Beckwith complains of rights violations, 7/3/90, 1A
  • EVERS, MEDGAR
    • BECKWITH IS ARRESTED, FACES MURDER CHARGE, 12/18/90, 1A, 8A-10A
  • Evers, Medgar
    • Beckwith is freed on $15,000 bail, 12/19/90, 1A
    • Black leaders protest inaction on Beckwith retrial, 2/20/90, 1B
    • Body exhumed for autopsy needed for trial, 6/6/91, 1A, 17A; 6/7/91, 9A
    • Book 'Klandestine' adds impetus to case, 5/2/90, 1A
    • Can justice still be done?, 11/26/89, 1I
    • City Council OKs $5000 towards Evers memorial, 2/7/91, 1B; 2/13/91, 5B
    • DA Peters disputes 'PrimeTime' show's claims on case, 5/17/91, 2B
    • District Attorney Peters asks to see secret files, 11/18/89, 1A; 11/23/89, 4B
    • District Attorney Peters moves to reopen case, 10/31/89, 1A
    • Editorial, 6/12/88, 4H
    • Elected to state's Hall of Fame, 12/7/91, 1B
    • Espy says prosecution in case marks racial progress, 2/28/91, 1B
  • EVERS, MEDGAR
    • EVERS LEGACY: STRUGGLE, HOPE, 6/6/93, 1A, 16A
  • Evers, Medgar
    • Friend and mentor to former reporter Cliff Sessions, 1/6/91, 1H
    • GOP chairman Lee Atwater will perform at homecoming, 5/10/89, 1B
    • Grand jury may consider charges against Beckwith, 12/10/90, 1A
    • Grand jury will look into Evers slaying, 12/10/89, 1B; 12/12/89, 1B
    • Gun concealment by DA brings federal probe, 6/22/90, 1A; 6/23/90, 1A
    • Gun used in slaying in District Attorney's possession, 6/19/90, 1A; 6/20/90, 1A
    • HBO documentary on his murder, 7/10/94, 1E
    • Hinds County supervisors to vote on bronze statue, 3/28/92, 4B; 3/31/92, 1B
    • Hinds County supervisors want case reopened, 10/10/89, 1A
    • Hinds supervisors blasted by Stokes for refusing statue funds, 4/1/92, 4B
    • His widow speaks at ground-breaking for statue in his honor, 6/12/91, 1B
    • Home in Jackson may become landmark, 10/6/92, 2B
    • Homecoming 1992 features B.B. King, 5/24/92, 5B
    • Homecoming 1992: memories and music, 6/7/92, 1A
    • Homecoming 1994: has a special meaning this year, 6/5/94, 1B
    • Homecoming headliner B.B. King, 6/2/94, 10E; 6/3/93, 3E
    • Homecoming memorializes and celebrates his life, 6/1/90, 1E (includes schedule)
    • Homecoming remembered, 6/5-9/87
    • Homecoming to feature B.B. King and The Beat Daddys, 5/30/91, 6E; 6/2/91, 1B
    • If prosecutors have case, they should bring it to trial, 7/15/90, 3H
    • Jackson City Council to ask for reopening of case, 10/24/89, 1A; 10/25/89, 1A
    • Judge will not let DA Peters see files, 11/29/89, 1A
    • Legislature plans resolution on case in '90 session, 11/10/89, 1A
    • Lives he affected: Darrell Evers, Myrlie Evers, Beckwith, 11/26/89, 1I+
    • Lives he affected: Doar, Waller, McDowell, Salter, Cole, 11/26/89, 1I+
    • Mabus says state should lead in honoring Evers, 12/9/89, 1B
    • Madison County celebration, 6/6/88, 1A
    • Memorial proposal: his driveway as Jackson landmark, 3/17/92, 1B; 3/18/92, 4B
    • Memorial statue dedicated, 6/28/92, 1A, 1G; 6/29/92, 1A; 6/29/92, 1A, 5A
    • Memorial statue: contributions surpass goal, 4/17/92, 4B
    • Memorial statue: McRae stores' donation climaxes drive, 4/10/92, 1A
    • Memorial statue: NAACP rallies for funding, 4/5/92, 3B
    • Memorial statue: organization needs $37,000 for statue, 12/21/90, 3B; 12/22/90, 1B
    • Memorial statue: sculptor Jay Warren, 6/28/92, 1A
    • Memorial statue: with new black majority Hinds Supervisors give OK, 4/7/92, 1A
    • NAACP honors him on anniversary of death, 7/12/88, 1A
    • NAACP urges opening of other civil rights slaying cases, 12/23/90, 1A
    • Neighborhood designated historic district, 1/26/94, 4B
    • New witnesses broke Beckwith case, DA Peters says, 12/19/90, 1A
    • Official: reopening of inquiry did not violate federal law, 7/31/90, 1A
    • Ole Miss will recognize slain NAACP official, 2/6/89, 1B
    • Presentation of Award, 6/26/88, 1A
    • Prime Time Live segment on ABC-TV, 6/15/90, 1B
    • Protests planned, 6/25/88, 1B
    • Remembering Medgar musical drama at Masonic Temple, 6/14/90, 3E
    • Screening of jurors by Sovereignty Commission, 10/23/89, 1A; 12/15/89, 1A
    • Site of his slaying designated historic landmark, 6/4/92, 1B
    • Site of slaying on Guynes Street attracts few sightseers, 12/19/90, 9A
  • EVERS, MEDGAR
    • SLAYING EVIDENCE GOES TO GRAND JURY, 12/14/90, 1A; 12/15/90, 1A, 1B
  • Evers, Medgar
    • Sovereignty Commission checked jurors for Beckwith trial, 9/30/89, 1A; 10/3/89, 1A
    • State has new leads in his slaying, 3/11/90, 1A
    • State institutions want to be repository for his papers, 3/22/92, 1B
    • Telephones tapped, informants placed in office, 11/26/89, 1A
    • Tougaloo College acquires his home, 2/13/93, 1B; 2/21/93, 3B
    • Tribute 25 yrs after death, 6/13/88, 1A
    • Twice-tried Beckwith sees no need for another trial, 11/4/89, 1A
    • Widow hopes transcript leads to new trial for Beckwith, 11/20/90, 1A
    • Widow says his murder case will be pursued, 10/13/90, 4B
    • Widow, Kirksey object to Savimbi, 6/24/88, 1B
  • Evers, Medgar SEE ALSO Beckwith, Byron de la
  • Evers, Medgar SEE ALSO Medgar Evers College
  • Evers, Medgar SEE ALSO Post Office, Jackson
  • Evers-Willaims, Myrlie
    • Speaks at ground-breaking for statue honoring Medgar Evers, 6/12/91, 1B
  • Evers-Williams, Myrlie
    • Says husband taught his family uselessness of hating, 12/9/89, 1A
  • Everyday Gardener
    • Carol Daily, Dorothy Puckett owners
      • How's business?, 8/18/93, 5B
  • Everyday Gourmet
    • Carol Daily owner
      • Business profile, 6/19/89, 4E
  • Everything's a $1.00
    • Chain operates stores in Jackson and Vicksburg malls, 1/6/89; 8B
  • Evidence
    • Hinds County Sheriff's Department hopes to get vault, 10/14/89, 5B
    • Trial evidence sometimes finds way to judges hands, 7/22/90, 1A, 13A
  • Ewert, Terry
    • Mississippian has NBC covered for Olympics, 8/7/88, 1A
  • Ewing, Bill
    • Remembers Pearl Harbor, 12/7/88, 1D
  • Ex-offenders
    • Home for female ex-offenders to open in Jackson, 1/29/90, 1B
  • Examinations SEE Achievement tests; Standardized examinations
  • Excercise SEE Weight training
  • Exchange Club Parent Child Center
    • 2/16/87, 1B
  • Exchange students
    • ASPECT students Jorge Pena and Reto Thomas, 6/21/93, 1D
    • Clarion-Ledger staff writer Pettus' family hosts French student, 8/22/90, 1D
    • Crystal Springs, 1/26/86, 14B
    • German highschoolers living in Choctaw County, 7/23/90, 1B
    • Get real taste of American life as Mississippians open homes, 6/28/90, 1D
    • Laurel student Melissa Diket entertains French host family, 8/1/89, 1D
    • MSU student Marjut Porkka missing, 11/17/90, 1A; 11/18/90, 1B
    • Nacel cultural exchange program
      • Debbie and Jim Gorney, coordinators, 6/18/92, 1D
    • Nacel program seeking host families, 5/22/91, 1D; 6/15/93, 1D
    • Pearl students return from England, 6/15/93, 1B; 7/9/92, 4B
    • Programs enrich students and hosts, 8/7/88, 1E
    • Russians find church home in Oxford, 6/9/92, 2B
  • Executioner
    • Parchman, 5/4/87, 2B
    • State executioner replaced, 5/15/87, 1A
  • Executions SEE ALSO Edwards, Leo
  • Executions SEE Death penalty
  • Executive Branch
    • Mississippi
      • Chart, 1/3/88, 19A
  • Executive Life Insurance Co
    • Insolvent California company has customers in state, 4/12/91, 6B
  • Executive's Guide to Jackson, 5/5/87, 8B
  • Executives
    • Mississippi
      • Average salary is $282,830 per year, 6/9/91, 1C, 2C
    • Mississippians who head top 800 firms, 6/2/87, 8B
    • Shareholders question local CEOs' pay raises, 11/29/92, 1C
  • Exemptions
    • Land exemptions becoming harder to get, 3/17/86, 1B
  • Exercise
    • Aerobics specialist Joe Diemert at Downtown YMCA, 9/13/91, 1E
    • Early-bird athletes: up and running, 7/29/91, 1D
    • Exercise obsession; when you can't say no, 9/4/91, 1D
    • For exercise wear comfort and support outweigh fashion, 1/17/92, 1E
    • Make sure your gym workout includes common courtesy, 8/5/92, 1D
    • Mighty mo: motivation is the key, 5/28/91, 1D
    • Mississippians share what motivates them, 3/15/93, 1D
    • New programs in city tailored for men, 1/23/92, 1D
    • Walkin' the malls, 8/11/91, 3E
    • Weight training is for people of all ages, 8/24/92, 1D
  • Exercise Center
    • First Baptist Church, 9/20/86, 1C
  • Exercise machines
    • Paramed Multi-Station Model 500, 5/22/87, 8B
    • Use common sense and avoid mistakes in buying equipment, 3/24/93, 1D
  • Exercise slides
    • Slip into shape, 3/23/94, 1D
  • Exercise videos
    • Rating the best, 11/5/89, 1C
  • Expelled students, Clinton
    • Mother fight's daughter's suspension
      • Sexual harassment, 11/19/93, 1B
  • Expelled students, Jackson
    • City Council OKs Afrocentric plan, 6/9/92, 1B; 6/10/92, 1A
    • Schools want new procedure on notifying parents, 1/29/94, 4B
    • Won't get own school, Canada says, 8/19/92, 4B
  • Explorer's Bible Study
    • Classes forming in Jackson area, 8/13/94, 1D
  • Explorers SEE Police Explorers
  • Explosives SEE Dynamite
  • EXPOfest!93
    • Job seekers disappointed, 8/13/93, 6B
  • EXPOFest!93
    • Spotlights Mississippi's cultural and business diversity, 8/12/93, 3E
  • Exports SEE Foreign trade
  • Exxon Company
    • Coast fertilizer plant being moved to Pakistan, 6/8/91, 7B
    • State agencies may get money from settlement, 7/17/86, 1B
  • Eyeglasses
    • For senior citizens
      • Supervisor Peggy Hobson Calhoun program, 2/5/94, 5B
    • Prevent Blindness Mississippi---glasses for the needy, 2/8/94, 2B
  • Eyes
    • Free exams for elderly, 8/3/86, 8B
    • MORR-SIGHT, mobile eye-care clinic, 6/3/94, 5B
    • Summer is tough time for your eyes, 7/12/94, 1D
  • Eyes SEE ALSO Iridologist; Radial keratotomy
  • Eyrich, Loren
    • Florida man travels US backroads, publishes quarterly newspaper, 2/27/94, 1E
  • Ezell, Ralph
    • Jackson native country bassist in group Shenandoah, 3/27/89, 1D
 

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