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Clarion-Ledger Indexes
 YEAR 1986 - 1994  N  

  • N'COBRA
    • Criticizes cotton gin exhibit at Old Capitol Museum, 9/20/93, 1B
    • Local group seeking reparations for slavery in America, 1/15/93, 2B
  • NAACP, Gulf Casot
    • Wants Crime Stoppers to combat gang violence on Coast, 9/3/92, 2B
  • NAACP, Jackson
    • Calls for 3 majority-black districts in Hinds County, 3/5/91, 5B
    • Chapter is revitalized, 4/18/92, 4B
    • Chapter planning fund-raising gala, 10/24/91, 4B
    • Chapter to hold awards banquet, 11/19/92, 3B
    • Come Home to the NAACP drive at Lake Hico Park, 9/29/91, 1B
    • Demand apology for Clarion-Ledger cartoon, 4/23/94, 1B
    • New director:Cleve McDowell, 9/20/85, 1A; 9/23/85, 1A
    • Presents awards to Kirksey and Tougaloo College, 10/26/91, 5B
    • President Doris Smith faces election challenge from Jones, 2/27/91, 5B; 2/28/91, 5B
    • Second annual family day, 10/2/92, 4B
    • Seeki,g more members, 1/19/93, 5B
    • To focus on crime and violence in city, 9/15/93, 4B
    • Turnout at meeting disappointing, 10/15/88, 1A
  • NAACP, Laurel
    • Protest against Laurel/Jones school merger, 9/18/88, 4B
    • Still in fight to halt merger, 10/5/88, 6B
  • NAACP, Laurel/Jones Counties
    • Threatens Laurel boycott, 11/28/87, 8B
  • NAACP, Meridian
    • Plans business boycott, 1/14/89; 3B
    • Seeks more communication between blacks and police, 2/3/89; 3B
  • NAACP, Mississippi, 1/5/87, 1B
    • Annual state conference in Corinth, 10/30/87, 2B
    • Backs school boycotts, 9/25/88, 2B
    • Begins 3-day meeting in Jackson, 10/13/88, 1A
    • Black leaders urge reopening of more civil rights slayings cases, 12/23/90, 1A
    • Branch is first woman president, 11/7/93, 1A; 11/8/93, 1B
    • Branch may challenge Aaron Henry as president, 6/1/92, 1B
    • Closed session fails to mend rift, 2/23/86, 1B
    • College Board President: NAACP wrong to appeal, 12/17/87
    • Education summit to discuss minority presense in schools, 11/30/88, 3B
    • Fordice's education plan opposed, 11/9/91, 1A
    • Henry steps down as president, 11/4/93, 1B; 11/5/93, 1A
    • Joins push to reopen Evers case, 11/12/89, 1A
    • Judge rejects its request for attorney fees in Laurel school case, 5/1/90, 2B
    • Kinsey and Boyd to discuss minorities in schools, 11/26/88, 3B
    • Kirksey angry about state NAACP leader's letter, 3/30/89, 1B
    • Lawsuit challenges election process for PSC, U.S. senators, 5/1/92, 3B
    • Lawyer:Fight state suits, 11/13/88, 1B
    • Leaders warned to inspect mail in wake of bombings, 12/20/89, 2A
    • May file suit against state over literacy test, 1/30/88, 4B
    • Must focus on current issues:Espy, 11//8/87, 1B
    • National officer says blacks must join GOP, 12/10/88, 1B
    • National president Ben Chavis pledges support, 11/7/93, 1B
    • National troubles not keeping state NAACP down, 11/10/94, 1B
    • Official who pushed GOP is returning to state, 12/8/88, 1B
    • Official: state must recruit black teachers, 8/19/89, 1B
    • Opens state convention today, 11/9/88, 5B
    • Opposes consolidation of Yazoo schools, 7/13/91, 3B
    • Organizes Louisville march against police inaction, 3/13/88, 1B
    • Pushing black involvement in education, 3/15/89, 1B
    • Raps political work for pay, 11/13/88, 1A
    • Says College Board doing little for blacks, 8/20/90, 2B
    • Shirley replaces Kinsey as head of education committee, 3/24/94, 1A
    • Shortage of black teachers topic Dec. 1, 11/12/88, 1A
    • Spurns idea of party switch, 11/12/88, 1A
    • State NAACP backs bid to block Madison school, 1A; 1/24/89
    • Targets inactive local branches, 3/16/86, 1B
    • To appeal ruling in Ayer's lawsuit, 12/16/87, 1B
    • To file complaint against patrolmen's use of force, 2/18/89, 2B
    • To oppose state's hiring of private teachers, 5/28/88, 3B
    • To seek summit on black students, teachers, 9/19/88, 1A
    • Told to check police brutality complaints carefully, 11/11/89, 5B
    • Urged to fight for new state flag, 11/10/89, 1B
    • Urges state and federal probes into white supremacist groups, 1B; 2/3/89
    • Urges two-year colleges to do more for blacks, 11/11/89, 1B
    • Urges walkout on Martin Luther King's birthday, 12/30/89, 3B
    • Wants preference for blacks in education positions, 6/28/90, 4B
    • Wants scrutiny of school transfer law, 4/28/89, 3B
    • Will continue fight to alter MS flag, 11/11/88, 3B
    • Will fight Madison school site, 5/26/89, 1B
    • Will picket in Starkville over school problems, 7/24/89, 6B
    • Younger blacks call for new blood in state organization, 3/4/91, 1B
  • NAACP, Mississippi SEE ALSO National Teacher Examination
  • NAACP, Oxford
    • Intimidation of school board, 12/9/87, 3B
  • NAACP, Pascagoula
    • Mayor Hewlett criticizes Curley Clark, 3/27/93, 3B
  • NAACP, Pearl/Rankin
    • Membership rally, 1/8/94, 4B
  • NAACP, US
    • City of Jackson seen as site of leadership summit, 2/23/94, 1B
    • State leaders want powerful new national director, 8/28/94, 1B
  • Nabors, Judith
    • Murrah teacher, 41, found dead of heart attack, 10/11/91, 4B
  • Nacel SEE Exchange students
  • Nadeau, Steve
    • Represents Mississippi business interests in Europe, 5/26/91, 1C, 2C; 8/16/90, 6B
  • NAFTA SEE North American Free Trade Agreement
  • Naggar, Albert SEE Dutch and Flemish...
  • Nagle, Julian
    • Yazoo City man killed as winds blow tree onto car, 2/22/93, 1B
  • Nail clippers SEE Inventors---Jackson
  • Nail, Pamela
    • Crowned Mrs. World, 2/3/88, 1A
    • Mrs. Mississippi, 5/18/87, 1D
    • Mrs. World '88 comes home, 2/13/88, 1A
  • Nakano, Kuniaki
    • Japanese blues singer visits Mississippi, 6/6/94, 1B
  • Naked man
    • Terrorizes neighborhood in standoff, 2/14/89, 1A, 1B
  • Name of the Game
    • Bar review, 7/20/89, 5F
  • Names
    • Art of remembering names, 3/11/91, 1D
  • Nando's
    • Restaurant review, 1/4/87, 1F; 1/30/92, 4E
  • Nandy's Candy
    • Jackson
      • Owner, Nancy King, 3/1/88, 1C
      • Sweet success, 2/14/93, 1C
  • Nanih Wayia
    • Memorial to Choctaw Nation, 11/14/91, 3F
  • Nannies
    • Jackson Nanny School, Inc., 12/17/85, 1C
    • Need one; here's what you need to do, 2/9/92, 1E
  • Napalm
    • Forest Service burns off woods, 8/31/86, 1A
  • Napkins
    • Folding, 6/25/87, 1C
  • Naples Road neighborhood
    • Jackson street hit by small burglar with big appetite, 9/11/92, 5B
  • Napoleon
    • Exhibit at Memphis' Cook Center, 4/18/93, 1F; 5/23/93, 1F
  • Napper, Ed
    • Coast minister hands out coffee and donuts at I-10 rest stop, 1/1/91, 1A; 9/1/91, 1B
  • Naps
    • Encouraging naps in children, 4/20/92, 1D
  • Naquin, Michael SEE Crump, Walter 'Jimmy'
  • Narcotics SEE Drugs
  • Narcotics agent SEE Drug agent
  • NASA
    • Companies in state helped by NASA scientists, 7/18/89, 1A, 1B
    • DED files list projects OK'd or rejected by NASA, 2/11/90, 1A
    • Exhibit in Delta schools, 10/16/90, 4B
    • Influence peddling is aledged involving Gautier couple, 3/6/93, 1B
    • IUKA: ON A ROCKET TO THE FUTURE
      • (A monthly series), 6/4/90-
    • Jackson scientists participate: fetal development in space, 9/29/94, 1B
    • Mississippi industry will receive NASA technological know-how, 12/9/89, 6B
    • Mississippi lands rocket motor plant at Iuka, 4/22/89, 1A
    • Mississippi Student Space Station Project
      • Jackson teenagers participating, 4/19/91, 4B
    • Mississippi's plants won't be shut down, Mabus says, 7/26/91, 3B
    • Project helps Pearlington residents' sewage problem, 7/17/89, 1A
    • Quality of Iuka schools may turn away NASA families, 10/11/89, 1A
    • Rockets for 21st century spacecraft will be built in Mississippi, 7/19/89, 1A
    • Space products are on everyday shopping list, 7/18/89, 1A
    • State funds to improve northeast Mississippi schools, etc., 12/6/89, 1A
    • Three states compete for workers in Iuka area, 2/26/90, 1A
    • Workshop held on how to do business with NASA, 4/27/90, 2B
  • NASA SEE ALSO Goldin, Daniel
  • NASA SEE ALSO Iuka, Mississippi
  • NASA SEE ALSO Moonwalk
  • NASA SEE ALSO Stennis Space Center
  • NASA SEE ALSO Tishomingo County
  • NASA SEE ALSO Tomatoes (SEEDS program)
  • NASA SEE ALSO Yellow Creek Rocket Plant
  • Nasal decongestants
    • Addiction, 5/12/87, 1C
  • Nash, Brenda
    • Former Mound Bayou housing official pleads guilty to embezzlement, 11/13/91, 2B
  • Nash, Charles
    • Mississippi native highest black administrator in UA system, 8/23/92, 2B
  • Nash, Jere
    • Mabus' chief of staff becomes re-election coordinator, 10/6/90, 1A
  • Nashville
    • Country music mecca, 6/11/89, 1F
  • Nashville, Tennessee
    • Music City celebrates the holidays, 11/25/90, 1F
  • Nassour, Ellis
    • Vicksburg
      • Biography of Cline re-released, 6/12/88, 3F
  • Natchez Democrat (newspaper)
    • Cleared in libel suit, 12/19/87, 3B
  • Natchez Digest
    • Terry Stutzman, publisher, 3/8/91, 1E
  • Natchez Elderhostel
    • Program for over-60 students is fast-growing, 8/6/91, 2B
  • Natchez First Federal Savings Bank SEE Britton & Koontz Bank
  • Natchez Historical Society
    • Auctions off museum holdings, 5/27/89, 1B; 5/28/89, 1A
  • Natchez Jewish Homecoming
    • Celebrating southern Jewish heritage, 4/27/94, 1D
  • Natchez Landing Ltd.
    • Restaurant review, 3/14/91, 4E
  • Natchez Literary Celebration
    • Big plans for 1991, 5/21/91, 1D; 10/16/90, 1D
    • Celebrates Natchez's Spanish heritage, 5/31/92, 1F
    • Explores writings of Alexander, Faulkner, Welty, Wright, 6/7/90, 1D, 5E
    • Probes mystique of Mississippi River, 5/30/93, 1F
  • Natchez Museum
    • Neglect, 5/26/87, 1D
  • Natchez National Historical Park
    • Gets support of Thad Cochran, 9/8/92, 2B
  • Natchez Opera Festival
    • Musical magic in city, 4/24/94, 1F; 5/3/92, 1F
  • Natchez Parents Center
    • Helps parents teach struggling students, 12/12/89, 4B
  • Natchez Pilgrimage SEE ALSO Pilgrimages
  • Natchez Pilgrimage Tours
    • Tour guide Jane Prospere
      • A Day in the Life, 10/3/94, 1D
  • Natchez Pilgrimage, 1990
    • Pilgrimage turnout thrills officials, 4/15/90, 3B
  • Natchez Pilgrimage, 1991
    • Fall Pilgrimage: peek at the past, 10/3/91, 4E
    • Spring pilgrimage begins March 9, 3/7/91, 7E; 3/21/91, 3E
  • Natchez Pilgrimage, 1992
    • Fall tour, 10/1/92, 9E
    • Natchez Pilgrimage is the belle of the ball, 3/5/92, 8-9E
  • Natchez Pilgrimage, 1993
    • Natchez Spring tour begins, 3/4/93, 4E
    • Natchez's Fall tour, 9/30/93, 3E
  • Natchez Pilgrimage, 1994
    • Natchez Spring tour, 3/3/94, 8E
  • Natchez Public Schools
    • Fewer whites than expected flee schools, 8/24/89, 2B
    • Get review of desegregation, 8/28/88, 1A
    • High schools merge without incident, 9/6/89, 1A
    • Must desegregate by fall term, 7/25/89, 1A; 7/26/89, 1A, 1B; 7/27/89, 1A
    • Ordered to plan desegregation, 2/26/88, 3B
  • Natchez Trace
    • Andrew Jackson's association with famous road, 5/12/91, 1F
    • Backers of park go to Washington, 6/13/88, 1A
    • Beech Springs Outdoor Classroom renovated, 6/21/94, 3B
    • Board game Breaking the Devil's Backbone, 11/7/89, 5B
    • Breaking the Devil's Backbone--board game, 12/11/89, 1D
    • Clinton won't get exit at Pinehaven Road, 3/13/92, 4B
    • Collection
      • Mississippi historical documents go to Texas, 4/6/86, 1A
    • Detours, 9/8/85, 1B
    • Eleven miles stretch to open near Lorman, 6/16/86, 1A
    • Events to mark 50th anniversary, 5/14/88, 2B
    • Festival and celebration, 10/19/89, 13E
    • Ghosts of past cling to trail, 9/18/88, 1F
    • Hodel says Natchez to get National Park, 10/27/88, 3B
    • Illegal tree cutting, 12/18/84, 1B
    • Indians want signs changed, 5/5/86, 1A
    • Litter is becoming a problem, 7/29/91, 3B
    • Mabus seeks funds for park on Trace, 4/20/88, 1B; 4/21/88, 4B
    • Madison County segment has new plan, 7/24/93, 4B; 8/26/93, 4B; 8/27/93, 4B
    • Madison County segment may have bicycle trail, 1/12/94, 4B
    • Madison County segment to be completed within 5 years, 3/13/92, 1A, 4B
    • Madison County segment: Congress approves $10 million, 9/24/92, 3B
    • Madison County segment: construction to begin in 1994, 11/22/93, 3B
    • Madison County segment: part of Old Agency Road to be lost, 3/23/94, 1A; 4/12/94, 5B
    • Madison County segment: Ridgeland offers plan, 9/8/93, 4B
    • Mississippi officials want it to be international tourist attraction, 4/16/ 89, 1B
    • Mount Locust Inn
      • Weekend getaway, 8/5/93, 3E
    • Natchez city planners want Trace to end on river, 5/5/93, 2B
    • Panel OKs money, 7/1/88, 3B
    • Park bill introduced, 6/11/88, 3B
    • Park plan gets varied Washington support, 6/15/88, 3B
    • Park project picks up steam, 4/24/88, 1E
    • Rangers go undercover to end sex on parkway, 6/6/88, 1A
    • Scouts blaze trails for Indian footpath, 3/6/88, 1A
    • Senate approves national park for Natchez, 9/28/88, 1B
    • Trace turns 50:historic stamps available, 5/18/88, 3B; 5/19/88, 3B
    • Volunteers needed to carve footpath along Parkway, 11/27/89, 1B
    • Will take you from swamp to the mountain top
      • Weekend getaway, 8/16/90, 3E
  • Natchez Trace Festival
    • Kosciusko, 4/26/90, 14F
  • Natchez Wine and Food Tour
    • Julia Child preaches joy of eating...moderately, 2/4/92, 1D
    • Scheduled for January 29-February 1, 1/22/92, 1E; 2/2/92, 1B; 2/3/92, 1B
  • Natchez, Mississippi
    • Alternative school aims to reduce dropout rate, 9/8/89, 4B
    • Antebellum homes as investments, 9/7/86, 1G
    • Callon Petroleum object of merger plan, 8/6/88, 8B
    • Corps of Engineers shores up river bluff, 8/23/89, 1A; 9/10/90, 4B
    • Economy, 2/1/87, 1I
    • Expansion of Duncan Park Golf Course met with petition, 6/13/90, 2B
    • Expansion of municipal golf course draws protest, 8/5/90, 1E
    • Fall tours of homes, 10/5/89, 6F
    • Feels oil glut, 4/21/86, 1A
    • Fewer whites than expected flee schools, 8/24/89, 2B
    • Got $5 Million? Boy, do we have a house for you!, 7/17/88, 1E
    • High schools merge without incident, 9/6/89, 1A; 9/8/89, 4B
    • Hires its first black police chief, 9/28/88, 1A
    • In The Spotlight article, 8/28/88, 3B
    • Judge gags lawyers, police in school shooting, 12/13/89, 5B
    • Lawyers appointed to defend accused in school-hostage case, 12/5/89, 1A
    • Mississippi River bluff, 2/25/87, 1A
    • Officials selling land bought for industrial park, 8/9/90, 6B
    • Oil price drop strangling city's economy, 3/9/86, 1I
    • On preservationists' list of most endangered places, 6/16/94, 1A; 8/2/94, 7A
    • Rhythm Night Club fire recalled 50 years later, 4/22/90, 1A; 4/24/90, 1B
    • Romance in the rafters
      • Weekend Getaway, 2/14/91, 3E
    • School merger to produce athletic powerhouse, 7/26/89, 1A
    • Schools
      • Superintendent Porter resigns after boycott, 3/11/88, 3B
    • Schools must desegregate by fall, 1A; 7/25/89; 7/26/89, 1B; 7/27/89, 1A
    • Southern governors to meet there in September, 4/30/90, 1B
    • Teachers raped, shot in classroom, 12/1/89, 1A,13A; 12/2/89, 1A,1B; 12/3/89, 1B
    • To celebrate its 275th birthday in June, 2/10/91, 9B
    • Tourism, 6/2/85, 1I
    • Youths go to Louisiana to drink legally, 10/4/86, 1B
  • Natchez, Mississippi SEE ALSO Mississippi River
  • Natchez-Adams County Port
    • Conveyor system needed to speed up operations, 7/30/94, 6B
  • Natchez: An Illustrated History
    • Author is David Sansing, 2/13/92, 1D
  • Natcom Inc
    • Pager repair business
      • Ben Kern, CEO, 6/4/94, 6B
  • Nation, Bill SEE Vaughan-Nation Gallery
  • National 4-H Week
    • Celebration at State Fair, 10/5/90, 4B
  • National Achievement Finalists
    • Honored by Governor, 3/17/87, 3B
  • National Achievement Scholarship Program for Outstanding Black Students, 10/8/91, 4B
  • National Achievement Scholarship Program for Outstanding Negro Students
    • Mississippi, 9/29/89, 4B
    • State winners, 4/7/92, 4B
  • National Achievement Scholarship...for Negro Students
    • 19 in state honored, 3/30/93, 4B
  • National Adult Literacy Congress SEE Literacy
  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration SEE NASA
  • National Apparel Inc
    • Alabama-based manufacturer closes Mississippi plants, 4/8/92, 5B
    • New contract may put laid-ff employees back to work, 12/22/93, 4B
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People SEE: NAACP
  • National Association of Elementary School Principals
    • Toll-free hotline, 3/17/92, 4B
  • National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians
    • Moves to Clinton, 4/21/94, 4B
  • National Association of School Boards
    • Meeting in New Orleans, 4/22/90, 1B, 7B
  • National Association of Student Councils
    • 14 Mississippi students attend conference, 6/23/92, 4B
  • National Association of Women's Gymnastics Judges
    • Love meet: eating disorders warning, 11/9/94, 1D
  • National Bank of Commerce
    • Starkville
      • Buys Bank of Philadelphia, 10/16/90, 6B
      • Buys Charter Holding of Tuscaloosa, 8/10/93, 5B
  • National Banned Book Week, 9/22/86, 1A
  • National Baptist Congress
    • Convention fills area hotels, 6/18/91, 6B
  • National Baptist Convention, USA
    • Locals at New Orleans meeting, 9/10/94, 1D; 9/17/94, 1D
    • To finish Baptist World Center in Nashville, 6/17/89, 1D
  • National Black Caucus of State Legislatures
    • Meeting in New Orleans, 12/5/92, 3B
  • National Cancer Survivors Day
    • Annual event held in Jackson, 6/5/95, 1B; 6/6/94, 1A; 6/7/93, 1A
  • National Catfish Day, 6/23/87, 8B
  • National Cathedral
    • Washington, D.C.
      • A capital treasure, 9/25/90, 1D
  • National Caucus and Center on Black Aged
    • NCBA Day, 9/23/89, 1D
  • National Center for Physical Acoustics
    • ITD gives to Ole Miss, 6/29/89, 5B; 9/1/89, 3B; 9/21/89, 4B
  • National Cities in Schools
    • Free books for school libraries in Mississippi, 9/29/93, 1B
  • National Civil Rights Museum
    • Memphis
      • 25 years after King's slaying, 4/4/93, 1A, 16A
      • Dedication is July 4, 7/1/91, 1D; 7/5/91, 2A
      • Ex-Lorraine Motel resident Smith opposes site, 7/1/91, 1D
  • National Coalition of 100 Black Women
    • Central Mississippi Chapter
      • Election 1992 forum, 8/3/92, 2B
    • Local chapter meets in Jackson, 10/23/92, 3B
  • National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations In America SEE N'COBRA
  • National Collegiate Athletic Association SEE NCAA
  • National Commission on State and Local Public Service
    • Jackson hosts a national hearing, 1/16/92, 2B
  • National Conference of Black Lawyers
    • Convenes in Jackson, 10/6/92, 1B
  • National Conference of State Legislatures
    • Legislators' San Diego trip is $24,000 tab, 7/24/93, 1B
    • Meets in Jackson, 5/17/93, 1B; 5/21/93, 2B; 5/22/93, 4B
  • National Conference on State Literacy Initiatives II
    • Mabus addresses, 4/11/89, 3B
    • Told to set long-term strategies, 4/10/89, 3B
  • National Council of Negro Women
    • President Dorothy Height speaks locally, 3/28/93, 3B
  • National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
    • Regional meeting at JSU, 10/23/93, 4B
  • National Council on Disability
    • Jackson meeting focuses on minority disabled, 4/7/92, 2B
  • National Cutting Horse Championship, 3/18/94, 1E; 3/22/88, 1C; 3/24/94, 3E
    • Competition held in Mississippi Coliseum, 3/16/90, 1E
    • Ellard, last year's top rookie, competes in Jackson, 3/17/92, 1D
  • National Day of Prayer, 4/29/95, 1D; 5/4/94, 1D; 5/5/93, 1D; 5/5/95, 1B; 5/7/92, 4B; 5/8/92, 4B
  • National Electronic Sales
    • California company sold reconditioned goods as new, 11/26/92, 1B
  • National Endowment for the Arts
    • Trent Lott says it has ignored warnings, 7/29/94, 3B
  • National Endowment for the Arts SEE ALSO Frohnmayer, John
  • National Evangelistic Census
    • Local volunteers canvas, 9/19/92, 1D
  • National Federation for Decency
    • Anti-Semitism charged, 1/17/88, 3B
    • Clarksdale pulls adult films, 12/4/87, 3B
    • Wants adult magazines off shelves, 12/9/87, 3B
  • National Football League
    • Strike
      • Local labor leaders support, 9/22/87, 1A
  • National Forensic League
    • State's top debaters compete in finals, 6/11/91, 4B; 6/15/92, 3B
  • National General Fire and Casuality Insurance Company
    • Sold, 6/10/87, 8B
  • National Geographic Magazine
    • Printed by Krueger-Ringier in Corinth, 3/21/95, 6B; 6/21/89, 6B
  • National Geography Bee
    • At Mississippi College, 3/27/90, 4B
    • Stephen Gent of Gulfport goes to nationals, 5/21/91, 4B
  • National Georgraphy Awareness Week
    • At Brinkly Middle School, 11/17/92, 4B
  • National Guard
    • Youth Challenge Program
      • Academic tutoring to earn GEDs, 6/18/94, 2B
  • National Guard SEE Air National Guard
  • National Guard SEE Army National Guard
  • National Guard Association of Mississippi
    • Aspin speaks at national meeting in Biloxi, 10/12/93, 1A
    • Speech by Togo West Jr., 4/24/94, 4B
  • National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey
    • Hinds residents participate, 3/27/90, 3B
  • National Health Service Corps SEE Beckford, Monica
  • National Homeless Persons Memorial Day
    • Observed at Community Stewpot, 12/22/94, 5B
  • National Industries Inc
    • Jackson wiring harness maker moves operations to Alabama, 5/2/92, 5B
  • National Institute for Farm Safety
    • Five-day seminar in Jackson, 6/16/91, 2C
  • National Land Liquidators
    • Houston, Texas company offering to help sell land
      • Use caution, 1/8/94, 1B
  • National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund
    • Solicitation letter, 1/11/91, 4B
  • National Law Week
    • Attorneys bring court system to schools, 4/14/92, 4B
  • National Loans Inc
    • Holly Springs business has licenses revoked by Tennessee, 2/25/92, 6B
  • National Merit Scholarships, 1987
    • 18 state seniors, 4/23/87, 1A
    • Finalists honored by Governor, 3/17/87, 3B
  • National Merit Scholarships, 1989
    • Mabus urges finalists to stay in state, 10/31/89, 1B
  • National Merit Scholarships, 1990
    • 6 students receive Scholarships from businesses, 4/13/90, 4B
    • State list of semifinalists, 9/19/89, 6B
    • State seniors receive scholarships, 4/27/90, 4B; 5/18/90, 4B
  • National Merit Scholarships, 1991
    • Fourteen state students earn scholarships, 9/24/91, 4B
    • Mississippi winners of corporate-sponsored stipends, 4/23/91, 4B
    • Scholarship winners listed, 6/4/91, 4B
  • National Merit Scholarships, 1992
    • Seniors receiving corporate-sponsored stipends, 4/21/92, 4B
    • State winners listed, 5/12/92, 5B; 5/26/92, 4B
  • National Merit Scholarships, 1993
    • 15 win corporate Scholarships, 4/27/93, 4B
    • 20 from state win $2000 stipends, 5/11/93, 4B
    • 35 more state seniors win monetary awards, 6/1/93, 4B
    • Finalists for state, 10/6/92, 6B
  • National Merit Scholarships, 1994
    • 169 state semifinalists, 10/12/93, 4B; 10/19/93, 4B
    • 18 additional state winners, 8/30/94, 4B
    • Mississippians win, 5/17/94, 4B; 6/7/94, 4B
  • National Merit Scholarships, 1995
    • 158 state semifinalists, 9/27/94, 4B
  • National Military Park SEE Vicksburg National Military Park
  • National Night Out SEE Crime rate, Jackson
  • National Organization for Women SEE NOW
  • National Organization of Black Law Enforcement
    • JSU meeting: Judge James Graves speaks, 4/9/94, 3B
  • National Picture & Frame Co
    • Builds framework for future expansion
      • Jesse Luxton, CEO, 7/24/94, 1C
    • Greenwood firms gets Canadian contract, 3/31/94, 5B
    • Is sold, but won't leave Greenwood, 8/4/92, 3B
    • Owners take company public, 10/31/93, 3C
    • Will add 200 jobs, 7/3/93, 5B
  • National Pizza Co
    • Buys Skipper's seafood chain, 11/6/89, 10E
  • National Pizza Company
    • Buys 38 Mississippi Pizza Huts, 5/2/86, 8B
  • National Police Memorial Day
    • Honors state men killed in line of duty, 5/13/93, 2B; 5/15/93, 1B
  • National Police Shooting Championship, 1989
    • Jackson host for 1989, 7/11/88, 1A
    • Jackson is host, 9/26/89, 1B; 9/28/89, 3B; 9/29/89, 2B
  • National Police Shooting Championship, 1990
    • In Jackson, 9/15/90, 5B; 9/18/90, 1B; 9/21/90, 2B
  • National Police Shooting Championship, 1991
    • Highway Patrol 4-man team wins awards, 9/27/91, 1B
    • In Jackson, 9/22/91, 5B; 9/24/91, 1B; 9/25/91, 2B
  • National Police Shooting Championship, 1992
    • Dunlap of Clinton gets 2nd national title, 9/21/92, 3B
  • National Police Shooting Championship, 1993
    • Annual shootout in Jackson, 9/19/93, 4B
    • Jackson to host for next 10 years, 7/26/93, 1B
    • State Highway Patrol gets top awards, 9/24/93, 3B
  • National Police Shooting Championship, 1994
    • Retired L.A. policeman regains title, 9/29/94, 3B
    • Smith is top female competitor, 9/27/94, 5B
    • Top guns, 9/26/94, 5A
  • National Public Radio
    • Network head commends Mississippi public radio, 11/21/88, 1D
    • Tapes available: List, 1/5/88, 1C
  • National Register of Historic Places
    • 28 Pascagoula sites placed on Register, 1/7/92, 3B
  • National Rifle Association
    • CEO Wayne LaPierre at book-signing in Jackson, 9/14/94, 3B
  • National Rifle Association SEE ALSO Political actions committees
  • National School Boards Association
    • Meets in Jackson, 9/26/92, 3B
  • National Space Technology Lab - SEE: Stennis Space Center
  • National Spelling Bee
    • Adam Ackerman is state representative, 4/3/93, 1B
    • Anna Powers of Jackson Academy is state winner, 4/8/94, 2B; 6/3/94, 5B
    • Arnab Ray of Jackson Prep to finals, 5/28/91, 3B; 5/31/91, 2B
    • Heath Bryant of Ocean Springs is regional winner, 4/14/92, 4B
    • Katrina Silas, of Vaiden, wins state contest, 3/20/88, 1F
    • Smith and Bryant to finals, 6/3/93, 1B
    • State's entrant makes it to finals, 6/1/89, 1B
  • National Steel Corp SEE Bethlehem Steel
  • National Steel Corp SEE Double G Coatings
  • National Taxpayers Union
    • Lott and Cochran get B's on spending votes, 10/12/93, 3B
  • National Teacher Examination
    • NAACP blames it for decline in number of black teachers, 8/27/92, 1B
    • NAACP's Kinsey wants requirement abolished, 7/26/91, 2B
    • Prospective teachers sharpen test-taking skills, 6/16/89, 2B
    • Would-be teachers may get expanded chance to qualify, 2/27/94, 1A
  • National Teachers Examination
    • Would-be teachers...Board revises plan, 3/18/94, 1B; 3/19/94, 1B
  • National Theater of the Deaf
    • Brings unique form of drama to Jackson, 2/13/91, 1D
  • National Transit Services Inc SEE JATRAN
  • National Urban Reform Network
    • Jackson school system is member, 9/19/92, 4B
  • National Voting Rights Museum and Institute
    • In Montgomery, 5/13/93, 3E
  • National Watershed Conference
    • Senator Cochran is speaker, 5/18/93, 3B
  • National Weather Networks SEE St. Pe, Edward
  • National Weather Service
    • Jackson
      • Installs Doppler Radar at area offices, 1/26/93, 1A
      • Stribling:40 yrs at Canton, 4/20/88, 1B
    • Meridian
      • May close office in Meridian, 2/2/89; 3B
    • Mississippi
      • Closing of offices delayed, 6/19/91, 2B
  • National WWII Glider Pilots Association
    • Its 7th wing holds meeting in Jackson, 4/6/91, 1B
  • Nationalist Movement SEE Barrett, Richard
  • Nations, Estelle and Willard
    • Brandon couple are birwatchers and bird breeders, 5/15/94, 1F
  • Nations, Gary
    • Staged own death?, 10/15/86, 1B
  • Nationwide Insurance Co
    • Cuts auto insurance, 7/14/93, 5B
  • Native Americans SEE American Indians
  • Nativity Lutheran Church
    • Brandon
      • Seeks to build membership, 5/20/89, 1C
    • Makes history with pastor Rev. Lori Schifano, 2/15/92, 1D
  • Nativity scenes
    • At Christus Gardens in Gatlinburg, 12/22/90, 1D
    • Jackson artist makes ceramic Nativity scenes, 12/25/88, 1F
    • Scene at Ag Museum raises chruch-state relations issue, 12/11/90, 1A; 12/12/90, 1A
  • Natural gas
    • Cold winter could heat up gas industry, 1/29/89; 4H
    • Experimental use on city vehicles a failure, 4/17/89, 1A
    • Houses having unauthorized service turned over to Fire Department, 4/3/92, 2B
    • PSC orders $13.5 million refund for customers, 6/26/93, 1A
    • Sound drilling so far in 1st effort at well, 3/13/89, 1B
    • Wells
      • Well in Mississippi Sound could mean millions, 3/23/88, 3B
  • Natural gas SEE ALSO Coalbed methane
  • Natural gas explosions, 12/8/86, 1A; 12/9/86, 1B
    • Brandon evacuees seek damages, 10/1/85, 1A
    • Evacuations in Jasper County, 9/4/94, 1B; 9/5/94, 3B
    • Hearing set on Puckett blast, 9/17/86, 1B
    • Investigation of Petal blast, 9/8/86, 1B
    • Lawsuit settled out of court, 10/3/86, 1B
  • Natural helpers
    • Forest Hill High School, 10/3/86, 1B
  • Natural History Museum
    • Lafayette, Louisiana
      • Weekend getaway, 11/19/92, 3E
  • Natural Law Party SEE Presidential election, 1992
  • Natural trails SEE Bike trails
  • Naturals SEE Mississippi College
  • Nature Conservancy
    • Land preservation group opens Mississippi office, 9/24/90, 2B; 10/6/89, 3B
  • NAV Corps SEE Corps of Engineers
  • Naval Air Station SEE Meridian Naval Air Station
  • Naval Construction Battalion Center
    • Leaking batteries near Gulfport base, 5/17/93, 3B; 5/18/93, 3B
  • Naval Home
    • Gulfport
      • Deduction from enlisted men's pay to support home, 11/28/90, 1A
      • Offers safety, independence for 400 'old sailors', 10/15/90, 2B
  • Naval Reserve
    • Reservist Joseph Liddell dies after exercise, 12/3/90, 2B
  • Naval Station Pascagoula, 2/7/87, 1B; 2/26/87, 8B; 5/10/87, 1A; 10/17/87, 1B
    • Awaits commission decision on closure, 6/25/93, 1A
    • Bonds, 5/8/87, 1B
    • Causeway designs cost $400,000, 5/25/88, 4B
    • Congress is urged to stop work on home port, 4/25/90, 1A
    • Congressional action, 3/23/87, 1B
    • Construction to begin, 10/21/89, 2B
    • Construction will depend on budget cuts, 4/20/90, 1B; 4/24/90, 1A
    • Dedication by Navy official Barbara Spyridon Pope, 7/5/92, 1B
    • Defense Secretary Cheney calls halt to construction, 5/2/90, 1A
    • Despite manpower cuts, economic boom still predicted, 5/4/91, 1B
    • Facility 79% complete when construction stopped, 5/3/90, 1A; 11/17/90, 2B
    • Facility given go-ahead by Navy, 9/21/90, 2B
    • First guided missile frigate comes July 1992, 12/14/91, 1B
    • First ship is USS Gallery, 7/2/92, 1B
    • Gulf Coast lawmakers to meet with Navy Secretary, 4/28/90, 5B
    • Homeports called too costly by GAO, 6/15/91, 1A
    • If it fails, state may face $18 Million pricetag, 7/15/90, 1A; 7/17/90, 2B
    • In speech Quayle says final $17 Million released, 8/13/91, 1A
    • It and 5 others, so far evade budget cutters, 8/2/90, 1B
    • Local support to keep it open, 5/29/93, 1B; 6/4/93, 1B' 6/8/93, 1A
    • Mabus says Gulf war factor in keeping project, 6/5/91, 1B
    • May be eliminated in Pentagon defense cuts, 4/10/91, 2B
    • Navy Commander Nancy Avila heads project, 5/20/91, 3B
    • Navy re-evaluating plans for Pascagoula facility, 4/14/90, 1A
    • On Pentagon list of base closings, 6/1/91, 1A
    • Pascagoula hopes opening of port brings prosperity, 1/19/91, 1B
    • Pascagoula mayor urges letter campaign to save port, 5/8/90, 1B
    • Pascagoula officials hesitant to aid New York home port, 9/26/92, 3B
    • Pascagoula uses 'big bang' theory, 5/29/88, 1A
    • Singing River Island signed over to Navy, 1/23/88, 1B
    • Spared from Pentagon base-closings, 4/13/91, 2B
    • Unions angry over pay for construction, 5/23/88, 2B
    • USS John L Hall comes to station, 3/16/93, 1B
  • Navy port SEE Homeport
  • Naylor, James SEE Automobile theft---Jackson
  • Naylor, Thomas
    • Writes book on Gorbachev, 1/29/87, 3H
    • Writes on Soviet business climate, 11/8/87, 1G
  • Nazareth/Century Mills
    • Takes over Movie Star plant in Ellisville, 11/10/92, 6B
  • Nazir, Shahid
    • Clerk killed at McDowell Road convenience store, 10/1/94, 3B
    • Kyle Dennis, son of Rankin supervisor, held in slaying, 10/6/94, 4B
  • NCAA
    • Academic rules could eliminate chance for many state athletes, 2/21/93, 1A
    • Cut in basketball schedule, football spring training
      • Indicates shake-up, 10/6/89, 1A
  • NCAA SEE ALSO University of Mississippi
  • Neal, "Farmer" Jim, 1/18/87, 1F; 2/1/87, 1E
  • Neal, Calvin
    • Greenwood man accused of assaulting Judge Jon Barnwell, 11/18/92, 3B
  • Neal, Kenneth Fay SEE Bhagat, Jai
  • Necaise, Albert
    • Called prosecutors' bluff, 8/9/85, 1A
    • Charges dropped, 7/30/85, 1A; 7/31/85, 1A
    • Denies taking bribes, 8/1/85, 1A
    • Hobbs called bribe collector, 6/20/85, 1A
    • Testimony in trial, 7/23/85, 1B; 7/24/85, 1B
    • Witnesses testify, 7/25/85, 1B; 7/27/85, 1B
  • Nece's Restaurant
    • Restaurant Review, 5/10/90, 4E
  • Neely, Brian
    • Lawyer to run for Espy's post, 1/14/93, 2B
  • Neely, Calvin SEE Commission on Environmental Quality
  • Neely, Samuel
    • Jackson toddler accidentally run over by father, 5/31/93, 2B
  • Neglected children SEE Abandoned infants
  • Neglected children SEE Child abuse
  • Neighborhood Christian Center
    • Helping distribute sweet potatoes to needy, 8/9/90, 5B
    • Primos fire above Center closes it down, 2/12/94, 1D
  • Neighborhood covenants
    • Neighbors can sue resident breaking regulations, 3/7/94, 1A
  • Neighborhood Texture Jam
    • Appears at The Midnight Sun in Jackson, 2/24/94, 3E
  • Neighborhood Watch
    • Cunningham Heights in Pearl, 6/11/93, 5B
    • Importance of programs recognized, 10/10/92, 4B
    • Moss Point starts program, 10/16/92, 1B
    • Vernon Friend patrols River Bend community, 1/19/93, 1B
  • Neighborhoods USA Conference
    • 1993 meeting in Jackson, 3/28/92, 1B; 5/9/93, 1A; 5/13/93, 1B
    • 3 neighborhoods in state recognized, 5/16/93, 1B
    • Experts offer tips for successful neighborhoods, 5/14/93, 4B
  • Neighborhoods, Jackson
    • Anti-crime meeting in Washington Addition hears nearby gunfire, 3/31/92, 5B
    • Being a good neighbor these days, 3/5/92, 1D
    • City Council discusses putting gates up, 12/22/94, 1B
    • Neighborhood associations endorse crime sweeps, 9/17/93, 6B
    • Neighbors find strength in numbers in crime fight, 2/23/92, 1B
    • Older Jacksonians now trapped in crime-ridden areas, 5/4/94, 1A
    • Our Town; Building Neighborhoods...
      • Seminar, 4B; 11/23/9; 11/24/91, 4B
    • Tax authority for improvements OK'd by City Council, 4/29/92, 4B
  • Neil, Barbara
    • Hired as part-time librarian by Hinds County supervisors, 2/29/92, 5B
  • Neill, John A SEE Blue Cross...
  • Nejam, Lynn SEE Icing on the Cake
  • Nellie's
    • Natchez bordello, 8/14/85, 1B
  • Nellie's SEE ALSO Brothel fire
  • Nelson, Angela SEE Boswell Retardation Center
  • Nelson, Augustus SEE Child abuse---Autopsy...
  • Nelson, Gertrude
    • Vicksburg woman has been life insurance agent for 50 years, 8/11/91, 1C
  • Nelson, Getrud Mueller
    • Author in Jackson for workshop, book-signing, 10/31/91, 3E; 11/2/91, 1D
  • Nelson, Jack
    • His book Terror in the Night, 1/3/93, 3G (Minor column)
  • Nelson, Norman
    • Dean of UMC Medical School, 2/11/90, 1E
    • Retires from UMC, 7/30/94, 4B
  • Nelson, Noxman
    • State work on property questioned, 8/28/86, 1B
  • Nelson, Rose
    • Artist's work on display at Bryant Galleries, 4/22/90, 1F
  • Neshoba County
    • First administrator quits position, 5/24/88, 1A
    • Suit charges district lines discriminatory, 8/17/89, 5B
  • Neshoba County SEE ALSO Sexually abused children
  • Neshoba County Fair SEE ALSO Johnson, Norman
  • Neshoba County Fair, 1985
    • Schedule, 8/1/86, 1D; 8/2/85, 1D
  • Neshoba County Fair, 1986
    • Closes up for season, 8/8/86, 1D
    • Taxes on cabins, 8/5/86, 1D; 8/7/86, 1B
  • Neshoba County Fair, 1987, 7/25/87, 1A
    • As political forum, 7/23/87, 1A,1F; 7/28/87, 2B,1D; 7/30/87, 1A
    • Fund, 7/30/87, 1C
    • History, 5/31/87, 2C
  • Neshoba County Fair, 1988
    • Brings family and friends home, 7/31/88, 1B
    • Dukakis comes to the fair, 7/28/88, 1A
    • Fair play, 8/5/88, 1D
    • Party invites business, 7/22/88, 8B
  • Neshoba County Fair, 1989
    • A letter from the Fair (by Orley Hood), 8/7/89, 1D
    • Deputy attacked, brawl occurs, 8/9/89, 1A; 8/10/89, 3B; 8/13/89, 5H
    • Jackson day, 8/11/89, 1B
    • Marks 100th year, 8/3/89, 3G; 8/4/89, 1A; 8/6/89, 1B
    • Remains popular but political power fading, 7/23/89, 1H
  • Neshoba County Fair, 1990
    • Antique car parade, 8/6/90, 1A
    • Impact on County businesses is hefty, 8/3/90, 1B
    • Mabus speaks on education reform; wants referendum, 8/10/90, 1A
    • Mock trials presented by Bar Association, 8/7/90, 1B
    • Molpus speaks on education reform, 8/9/90, 1A
    • Most Mabus challengers skip Fair this year, 8/10/90, 1B
    • Stop by and visit a spell, 8/2/90, 8E (includes complete schedule)
    • Wagering at fair likely to continue, 8/5/90, 1A
    • With new century, a new sewer system, 8/4/90, 1A
  • Neshoba County Fair, 1991
    • Antique car parade and show enlivens afternoon, 7/29/91, 1A
    • Black jockey complains of abuse, 8/3/91, 2B
    • Carney man John Files says Fair's party mood is 'great', 7/31/91, 1B
    • Carney owner Gene Doles runs squeaky-clean shows, 8/1/91, 1D
    • Fair winds up its 102nd annual performance, 8/3/91, 1B
    • First day rain doesn't bother veteran campers, 7/27/91, 1A
    • Harness horses for show and for racing, 7/30/91, 1B
    • Its old-time stumping may wake up lackluster campaign '91, 7/14/91, 1G
    • Like 'a great big reunion', 7/28/91, 1A
    • Politicos dusting off campaign rhetoric, 7/28/91, 1A
    • Schedule of events, 7/25/91, 8E
  • Neshoba County Fair, 1992
    • Ellen Spender, 94, and clown Jerrin Bourgeois, 8/1/92, 1B
    • Giant house party starts Saturday, 7/30/92, 8E
    • Harness racing loses association sanctions, 7/22/92, 3B; 7/31/93, 1B
    • Holly Dunn and Ronnie Milsap perform, 8/6/92, 3E
    • Orley Hood's column, 8/6/92, 1D
  • Neshoba County Fair, 1993
    • A cabin feels like home, 7/29/93, 8E
    • Briggs calls for cut in size of Legislature, 8/5/93, 1A; 8/18/93, 1B
    • Favorite son Marty Stewart returns, 7/29/93, 8E; 8/1/93, 1B
    • Fordice calls for raise in tax exemption, school choice, 8/6/93, 1A, 9A
    • Harness racing regains approval of national association, 7/31/93, 1B
    • Mabus speaks, 8/5/93, 3B
    • Politicking schedule, 7/29/93, 1B; 8/5/93, 7E
    • Schedule of events, 7/29/93, 8-9E
  • Neshoba County Fair, 1994
    • Can co-exist with local casino, 7/31/94, 1A
    • Excerpts from speeches, 8/4/94, 4B
    • Fordice speech: 'local school rule' plan, 8/5/94, 1A
    • Molpus to make speech, but not political announcement, 8/1/94, 1A
    • Molpus's speech: don't peg economy on casinos, 8/4/94, 1B
    • Plenty of politicking still ahead, 8/4/94, 11E
    • You can't beat the company
      • Schedule included, 7/28/94, 14E
  • Neshoba County General Hospital
    • Nursing home conditions criticized, 7/13/94, 3B
  • Neshoba County Supervisors
    • Deny trying to beat unit system, 2/1/88, 1A
  • Netherland, Joel
    • Killed himself, police say, 8/11/92, 1A; 8/13/92, 1A
    • Yazoo City legislator dies from gunshot wound, 8/8/92, 1A; 8/9/92, 1B; 8/10/92, 2B
  • Netser, Ezer
    • Israeli tourist is robbed, but meets good Samaritan, Paul Moak, 6/5/92, 5B
  • Nettleton, Mississippi
    • Wet side of town, 9/14/86, 1B
  • Networked slot machines SEE Slot machines
  • NetWorks System
    • Jackson
      • New venture makes networking easy, 11/17/87, 8B
  • Neuharth, Al
    • Speaks at luncheon in Jackson, 12/8/89, 1B
  • Nevels, Vernon Kent
    • Brookhaven man killed in ultralight aircraft accident, 9/20/93, 1A
  • Neville Brothers
    • Opening for Linda Ronstadt, 9/20/90, 13E
  • Neville, William
    • Business profile, 5/29/89, 4E
  • New Afrikan People's Organization
    • Meeting in Jackson, 3/25/93, 4B
  • New Age Movement, 12/16/89, 1D
  • New Albany Public Schools
    • Enrollment down for third year, 9/2/91, 2B
  • New American Schools Development Corp
    • SEE Mississippi Public Education Forum
  • New Augusta, Mississippi, 5/1/88, 5B
  • New Deal Supermarket, 7/24/87, 8B
    • Check-cashing office robbed of $20,000, 1/7/94, 4B
    • Jackson
      • Arms itself after robbery, 1/26/88, 1B
  • New Durfold Corp
    • Jackson
      • Chair and couch manufacturer, 10/15/88, 8B
  • New Hebron Manufacturing Co, 11/19/88, 4B
  • New Hope Foundation
    • Anti-drug walkathon, 10/21/89, 5B
    • Giving away condoms in anti-AIDS campaign, 1/5/91, 5B
    • Wants to enlist blacks in anti-drug fight, 10/27/90, 5B
  • New Hope High School
    • Lowndes County school has water pressure problem, 5/23/92, 3B
  • New Hope Missionary Baptist Church
    • Vicksburg
      • Men charged with trespassing in graveyard, 10/15/91, 5B
  • New Hope, Mississippi
    • 5 families have built their way out of Dirty Corners, 8/11/93, 1A
    • Delta community name change reflects optimism, 12/15/91, 8B; 12/19/91, 1A
    • Residents have waited 2 months for utility hookups, 2/9/92, 1A
    • UPS Foundation funds housing construction, 10/21/92, 1A
  • New Houlka, Mississippi, 4/12/87, 3B
  • New Kids on the Block
    • Before concert, Kids fulfilled a few dreams, 8/26/90, 1A
    • Bring $4.6 Million to local businesses, 8/25/90, 1A
    • Parent ready for 'people coming from everywhere', 8/25/90, 1B
    • Schedule Jackson concert for August 25, 3/21/90, 1B; 3/24/90, 1A
    • The Kids are coming to town, 8/23/90, 8E
  • New Lake Church of Christ (Holiness) USA
    • Tent revival, 9/26/92, 1D
  • New Lake Church of Christ Holiness
    • Takes mission seriously, 6/9/90, 1D
  • New Lake Ministries
    • Mid-town Tent Crusade, 9/28/91, 1D
    • Tent revival in downtown Jackson, 9/9/89, 1D
  • New laws SEE Laws
  • New Life Christian School
    • Summer volunteers from out-of-state, 7/21/90, 1D
  • New Life Familty Worship Center
    • Vicksburg
      • Community center for youth in Jackson, 6/5/94, 1B
  • New Life for Women
    • Drug treatment center
      • Sue Outlaw's success, 5/24/89, 1G
    • Facility renovated by Homebuilders Association of Jackson, 11/19/91, 1D
    • Three-quarter-way house helps chemically dependent women, 11/2/88, 1D
  • New Life Ministries
    • Youth center, 10/24/92, 1D
  • New Madrid fault, 10/2/87, 1A
  • New Madrid fault SEE ALSO Earthquakes, Mississippi River Valley
  • New Music Seminar
    • Second annual event at W.C. Don's, 3/19/91, 1D
  • New Orleans
    • Cemetery tours
      • Weekend getaway, 4/8/93, 3E
    • Christmas activities and celebrations, 11/26/89, 1G
    • New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, 4/25/89, 1D
    • Super Bowl week (Orley Hood's commentaries), 1/21-
    • Targets Jacksonians as summer tourists, 7/18/89, 6B
  • New Orleans Cafe
    • Restaurant review, 5/24/90, 4E
  • New Orleans Film and Video Festival
    • Gets pick of flicks, 10/2/94, 1F
  • New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, 4/9/87, 1C
    • Events schedule, 4/22/93, 8-9E
    • Puts pizazz in Big Easy, 4/26/90, 3F
    • Schedule of events, 4/23/92, 6E
  • New Orleans Museum of Art
    • Folk-art exhibit of 7 Mississippians, 12/26/93, 1F
    • Paley Collection is on display, 3/20/94, 1F
  • New Orleans Saints
    • Fans buying Saints clothing items, 10/19/91, 5B
    • Lose playoff game; fans miserable again, 1/4/93, 1A
    • Same song, new verse: Saints lose in playoffs, 12/29/91, 1A
    • Underdog Saints' playoff game has Jackson fans watching, 1/6/91, 1B
  • New South Bancorp
    • Bought by First Tennessee Bank, 5/8/93, 5B; 12/31/93, 5B
  • New South Bank SEE Peoples Bank and Trust
  • New South Distribution Center
    • Warehouse to be rented, 9/29/88, 8B
  • New Stage
    • 1994-95 season, 9/4/94, 1F
    • A Writ From the Slaughterhouse, by Caine, 11/20/87, 1C
    • Acting classes for amateurs and professionals, 12/27/89, 1D
    • Androcles and the Lion, 3/1/89, 1D; 3/2/89, 1C
    • Artists for the Theatre benefit, 5/1/94, 1F; 5/3/91, 1E
    • Associate director Sawyer resigns position, 3/8/90, 1D
    • Boys Next Door production, 2/14/91, 1D
    • Capturing O'Neill's play makes for powerful trip, 1C; 1/27/89
    • Celebrates 25th anniversary, 9/5/89, 1D
    • Celebrities out for premiere, 1/29/88, 1C
    • Charlotte's Web will enchant, review 4/1/92, 2B; 3/29/92, 1F
    • Christmas Carol presented, 11/28/93, 1F; 12/3/85, 1D; 12/6/88, 1C
    • Christmas Carol production features new faces, 11/29/90, 1D
    • Christmas Carol production is true-to-form, 11/27/94, 1F; 12/4/94, 3B
    • Christmas Carol, adapted by Ivan Ryder, 11/29/92, 1F
    • Church Key Charlie Blue, by Lehrer, 1/20/88, 1C
    • Cocktail Hour production; Jeanne Evans stars, 1/19/92, 1F; 1/26/92, 2B (review)
    • Day Camp performs 'Raggedy Ann & Andy, 6/28/91, 1E
    • Dirty Work at the Crossroads, 7/19/92, 1F
    • Doesn't score, 1/28/88, 1E
    • Driving Miss Daisy staged, 5/17/90, 1D
    • Eden, a play in Eudora Welty New Plays Series, 5/10/92, 1F; 5/15/92, 2B (review)
    • Edna Earle (based on Welty's 'The Ponder Heart'), 10/11/92, 1F; 10/16/92, 4B (review)
    • Engelhardt named managing director, 5/30/92, 1B
    • Fannie Lou Hamer: This Little Light..., 2/17/94, 8E
    • Fences production, 1/16/94, 1F
    • Full Moon is staged (Reynolds Price), 4/17/90, 1D
    • General Manager Jack Stevens resigns, 5/6/87, 1D
    • Gift of the Magi, 12/1/89, 1E
    • Gin Game, 11/2/87, 1C; 11/4/87, 1C
    • Glass Menagerie production, 1/17/93, 1F; 1/22/93, 4B
    • Golden Goose put on by campers, 6/23/89, 1E
    • Goldilocks on Trial, 7/30/93, 1E
    • Greater Tuna presented for 3rd time, review 6/21/91, 2B; 6/20/91, 1D
    • Greater Tuna production, 6//14/88, 1D
    • Heidi Chronicles makes mid-South debut, review 5/11/91, 2B; 5/9/91, 1D
    • Hobbit presented, 6/21/92, 1F
    • I Hate Hamlet production, 5/9/93, 1F; 5/15/93, 3B
    • I'm Not Rappaport to open, review 1/26/90, 5A; 1/24/90, 1D
    • Immigrant to open, 10/25/90, 1D
    • Importance of Being Earnest, review 4/5/91, 2A; 4/4/91, 1D
    • Its 25th season off to rewarding start, 8/3/89, 1F
    • Jerry's Girls production, 11/29/89, 1D
    • Ledford to be managing director, 10/25/90, 1D
    • Lend Me a Tenor is presented, 9/5/93, 1F; 9/9/93, 2B (review)
    • Lettice & Lovage production, 2/28/93, 1F; 3/7/93, 3B
    • Lion in Winter production, 10/27/91, 1F; 10/31/91, 2B
    • Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe, 4/4/93, 1F
    • Long Day's Journey Into Night, 1C; 1/23/89
    • Love Letters presented with 3 rotating casts, 2/27/94, 1F; 3/3/94, 2B
    • Mac MacAnally and Fred Knobloch, 8/18/94, 21E
    • Master Harold, 3/2/88, 1C
    • Miracle Worker cast coached by deaf, blind boy Robert Wells, 10/30/93, 1A
    • Miracle Worker presented, 10/17/93, 1F; 10/21/93, 2B
    • Mississippi Talking, 3/14/93, 1F
    • Mystery of Irma Vep, 10/26/89, 1D
    • Nathaniel Benchley star of play, 1/26/88, 1C
    • New artistic director is Steven David Martin, 2/18/94, 1E
    • New staff, new season, 9/16/87, 1C
    • Noises Off; season full of comedy & British, 9/20/88,
    • Nunsense reviewed, 9/13/91, 2B
    • Oh, Mr. Faulkner...returns, 6/13/93, 1F
    • Oil City Symphony opening, review 9/14/90, 6A; 9/13/90, 1D
    • Painting Churches opens, 10/31/88, 1C
    • Ponder Heart, 3/22/88, 1C; 3/23/88, 1D
    • Preview audiences of hair stylists, 11/7/89, 1D
    • Pump Boys and Dinettes, 9/7/89, 1E; 9/8/89, 12A
    • Reid-Petty: New Stage-struck, 11/2/87, 1C
    • Renascence--inspired by Edna St.Vincent Millay, 8/24/89, 1E
    • Robber Bridegroom is season opener, 9/4/94, 1F; 9/15/94, 3B (review)
    • Romance/Romance review, 9/12/92, 4B
    • Shakespearean Collage--Shakespeare on the road, 2/28/90, 1D
    • Sister Sonji, featuring Jolivette Anderson, 2/17/94, 8E
    • Smoke on the Mountain, 5/8/94, 1F; 5/14/94, 3B
    • Snow Queen production, review 1/16/91, 1D; 1/15/91, 1D
    • Stages art auction, 4/28/88, 1F
    • Steel Magnolias is a hit, 5/10/89, 1D
    • Streetcar Named Desire restaged, 3/22/90, 1D
    • Talking With...', 7/11/89, 1D
    • To Kill a Mockingbird is staged, 10/16/94, 1F; 10/23/94, 5B (review)
    • Two one-act plays, 3/13/87, 1C
    • Velveteen Rabbit staged by day camp, 8/18/88, 1C
    • Will show and tell 'A Christmas Carol', 12/1/91, 1F; 12/5/91, 2B (review)
    • You Can't Die Laughing reading, 3/7/91, 1D
  • New Stage SEE ALSO Reid-Petty, Jane
  • New Thought Ministry
    • Advertises in paper for Sunday lecturer, 7/24/93, 1D
  • New Vision Communications SEE WJTV-Channel 12
  • New Woman Medical Center
    • Jackson abortion clinic guarded by U.S. Marshalls, 7/31/94, 1A
    • Protests draw few participants, 8/13/94, 1B; 8/14/94, 1B
  • New Year
    • 1st Jackson baby born to Jacqueline Sumler, 1/2/93, 1B
    • Violence greets 1993 throughout state, 1/3/93, 1B
  • New Year's Day
    • If you need it you can buy it today, 1/1/94, 4B
  • New Year's Eve
    • 2 Jackson organizations offer free transportation, 12/30/94, 1B
    • Alternative bashes (no alcohol), 12/29/94, 10E; 12/30/93, 6E
    • Cities and counties must decide about Sunday New Year's Eve, 8/28/89, 1A
    • Discounted cab rides, free lifts home offered, 12/27/91, 1B
    • Eric Lamar Hawkins first baby of 1994, 1/2/94, 1A
    • Extravaganza at Mississippi Museum of Art, 12/29/94, 3E
    • For good luck, eat black-eyed peas, 12/31/92, 1D
    • Jackson police to prevent Capitol Street fireworks parties, 12/31/90, 1B
    • MADD offers courtesy cabs to revelers, 1/2/92, 3B
    • Most government workers get another 3-day weekend, 12/31/92, 2B
    • Revelers look forward to night of indulgence, 12/31/91, 1B
    • Tipsy? Take a taxi, 12/31/92, 1A
    • What Jacksonians are doing, 12/31/92, 3E
  • New Year's resolutions
    • Give yourself a sporting chance, 12/30/90, 1E
    • Readers suggest resolutions for celebrities, officials, 1/1/94, 1B
    • Yes, you can, 12/29/91, 1E
  • New York Days (book) SEE Morris, Willie
  • New York Times
    • Article on state's civil rights climate is 'fair', 7/24/89, 1A
  • New, Nancy
    • State school readiness coordinator's job is cut, 3/3/92, 4B
  • New, William
    • Texas oil man charged in Tennessee bank fraud
      • Had office in Jackson, 1/23/92, 3B
  • Newborn baby SEE Abandoned infant
  • Newell's Water Sports
    • Water-skiing Santas, 12/25/90, 1B
  • Newell, Charles
    • Named new police chief by Ditto, 7/6/89, 1A, 1B; 7/29/89, 1A
    • Named Ridgeland police chief, 4/26/91, 1A
    • Police chief's racial attitudes questioned, 7/26/89, 1A
    • Postpones retirement 1 month, 8/8/90, 1B
    • Resigns, citing budget woes, City Council, 7/11/90, 1A
    • Success may hinge on increasing police funds, 7/29/89, 1B
    • To reveal job plans, 7/10/90, 1A
  • Newell, Ronnie
    • Dies of gunshot wound, 7/4/93, 1A
    • Epileptic man shot in home of neighbor, 6/30/93, 1A; 7/1/93, 1A, 13A; 7/2/93, 4B
  • Newhebron, Mississippi, 4/3/88, 6B
  • Newman Scholar SEE University of Mississippi
  • Newman, Buddie
    • Hopes to replace burned documents, 3/1/89, 1B
  • Newman, C.B. "Buddie"
    • Assesses House rules struggle, 1/6/90, 1A
  • Newman, C.B."Buddie"
    • As private citizen, puts past to rest, 11/18/90, 1H
    • Attempt to oust as Speaker, 9/19/86, 1B
    • Downfall, reasons, 4/12/87, 18A
    • Farewell:Friends, foes, praise, 12/16/87, 1A
    • Future plans, 1/4/87, 3H
    • House rebels: Curtail Speaker's power, 1/6/86, 1A
    • ICG railroad cars, 8/20/85, 1B
    • Loss of powers, 1/10/87, 1A
    • Says not obstructionist, 7/25/87, 1A
    • To quit Legislature, 4/1/87, 1A
    • Won't seek Speaker's post, 3/27/87, 1A
  • Newman, Dempsey SEE Bureau of Narcotics
  • Newman, Frank SEE Bush, George
  • Newman, Joseph, 12/13/86, 1B
    • 8-year-old "bride" removed from home, 3/11/89,1A
    • 8-year-old "bride", brother placed in shelter, 3/14/89, 1A
    • Car won't run, 12/17/86, 1A
    • Con man bilks investors, 10/5/86, 6B
    • Continues to try for patent, 8/21/86, 1B
    • Fails to get patent, 6/27/86, 1B
    • Gyro-power car, 2/5/87, 1A
    • Hoping to secure patent, 11/18/85, 1A
    • Judge to decide about patent, 12/9/86, 1B
    • Lucedale inventor says married an 8-year-old, 3/10/89, 1B
    • Lucedale inventor's energy machine gets Mexican patent, 1A; 1/12/89
    • Moves from patents to prophecy, 5/14/88, 1A
    • Offers car to anyone proving energy machine won't work, 11/28/89, 1B; 11/29/89, 1B
    • Says NAFTA validates his Mexican patent, 3/31/94, 1A
    • Seeks backing for presidential campaign, 11/28/87, 1B
    • Shows energy machine car in Biloxi, 3/12/87, 1B
    • Space travel application for energy machine, 7/16/87, 1B
    • Takes fight for invention to House, 5/30/86, 1B
    • Tests car, 12/16/86, 1A
  • Newman, Kenneth W
    • Lunacy hearing set following his assault on wife and police, 2/19/91, 5B
  • Newman, Lacy
    • Heads New York's Seamen's Bank for Savings, 2/19/89, 1G
  • Newport, Mississippi
    • Proposed Newport Industrial Park, 2/14/88, 1A
  • Newsom children
    • Hidden by Long Beach couple, 10/21/87, 1A; 10/23/87, 3B
  • Newsom, Karen
    • Abuse statements to be taken, 3/2/88, 2B
    • Appeal lost in custody suit, 7/21/88, 1B
    • Case continues without main players, 6/27/88, 1B
    • Childrens lawyer sues for $2 Million, 5/19/88, 1B
    • Custody case has Newsoms back in court, 10/11/89, 3B
    • Custody cases criticized, 3/7/88, 1B
    • Custody fight, 8/25/87, 1A; 8/27/87, 1B; 8/28/87, 3B; 8/29/87, 1A, 8/30/87, 1A; 9/5/87, 1B; 9/10/87, 1B; 9/14/87, 1B; 9/20/87, 4B; 9/30/87, 1A&B; 10/2/87, 1A; 10/16/87, 3B; 10/30/87, 2B; 12/1/87, 1B
    • DA:Case under investigation, 2/27/88, 3B
    • Father keeps custody of Newsom children, 2/15/90, 1A
    • Harrison's case to move to Mississippi, 10/7/88, 1B
    • Judge refuses to release mother, 8/22/87, 1A; 8/24/87, 1A
    • Judge won't expand visits, 1/13/88, 1A
    • Lawyer must pay fees:"frivolous" suit, 12/23/87,
    • Says attorney knew where children were, 11/10/87, 1B
  • Newsome, Herbert
    • Trucker on I-20 shot twice in head, 6/10/94, 1A
  • Newsome, Karen SEE ALSO Custody fight
  • NewSong
    • Christian music group appears in Jackson, 4/6/91, 1D
  • Newspaper editor
    • Yazoo City
      • Shot, 8/15/87, 1A; 8/16/87, 1B; 8/19/87, 4B
  • Newspapers
    • Greenwood
      • "The News" vs. "Greenwood Commonwealth," 3/5/88, 8B
    • Jackson
      • Better Newspaper Contest-1987, 6/21/87, 3B
      • Clarion Ledger and Daily News to merge, 5/12/89, 1A
      • Clarion-Ledger and Jackson Daily News likely to merge, 2/15/89, 1A
      • Jackson Advocate may get aid from NAACP in legal aid battle, 1B; 2/3/89
      • Jackson Daily News to print last edition, 6/9/89, 1A
      • Jackson papers claim 5 Gannett awards, 10/18/88, 1B
      • Jackson papers take 39 awards in contest, 6/26/88, 1B
      • Mississippians run your newspapers, 10/23/88, 1H
    • Kosciusko
      • Star Herald sold, 9/8/89, 6B
    • Louisiana/Mississippi Associated Press Assn award winners, 5/9/88, 1B
    • Mendenhall
      • Simpson County News building burns, 5/6/92, 2B
    • Mississippi
      • Blacks being recruited for staffs, 6/7/92, 1C
      • County news; weekly columnists, 6/12/88, 1E
      • Daily papers being bought up by national chains, 6/7/92, 1C
      • Investors plan black-oriented newspaper, 7/26/88, 8B
      • State's largest dailies gain in circulation, 11/2/91, 7B
      • Win 24 press awards, 6/22/85, 1A
    • Pontotoc
      • Progress sold, 9/8/89, 6B
  • Newsprint South
    • Grenada
      • New plant opens, 6/25/89, 1G; 9/27/89, 6B
    • Grenada paper mill is on schedule, 7/27/88, 8B
    • Is given OK to burn mill sludge, 8/10/89, 5B
    • Mississippi Chemical Corp intends to sell subsidiary, 6/26/94, 1C
    • New CEO is Charles Dunn, 3/19/92, 5B
  • Newsprint South SEE ALSO Mississippi Chemical Corp
  • Newton Company
    • Clothing manufacturer threatens post-Christmas shutdown, 12/3/91, 7B; 12/14/91, 6B
  • Newton County
    • Census records the aging of Mississippi, 12/4/88, 1B
  • Newton County Sheriff's Department
    • Miles is charged in gambling bribe scheme, 5/10/91, 1B
  • Newton High School
    • Tiger Roars newspaper, 10/8/91, 4B
  • Newton Public Schools
    • NAACP and black parents want changes, 11/18/90, 3B
  • Newton, Ben SEE Republican National Convention, 1992
  • Newton, Dessie
    • Named Valiant Woman of 1989, 2/24/90, 1D
  • Newton, Emma SEE Murder, Leland
  • Newton, Lucille and Joseph SEE Lottery, Louisiana
  • Newton, Wayne
    • Touts new record at Jackson radio station WMSI, 12/14/91, 1A
  • Neyman, Mike
    • Named director of School for Math & Science, 8/22/92, 3B
  • Nguyen, Can SEE Crime rate---Jackson---Vietnamese...
  • Nguyen, Long
    • Vietnamese refugee's paintings hang at Eudora Welty Library, 8/15/93, 1F
  • Nguyen, Tam and Thanh
    • Vietnamese family pays return visit to homeland, 5/19/92, 1D
  • Nichols, Aaron
    • Jackson baby in Pittsburgh for intestinal operation, 12/15/89, 1A
  • Nichols, Alfred
    • Brandon judge sworn in as federal magistrate, 7/9/91, 1B
  • Nichols, David
    • Iuka mayor claims audit exonerates him, 9/11/94, 3B
  • Nichols, Gary Robert SEE Magee Co-Op
  • Nichols, James
    • Coroner says he died of heart attack before train hit him, 1/7/91, 3B
  • Nichols, Jerry
    • Basketball star is an inspiration in his inner-city neighborhood, 3/5/94, 1A
  • Nichols, John
    • Disbarred lawyer given 5-year term, 6/13/92, 4B
  • Nichols, June SEE Homeless
  • Nichols, Larry
    • Firefighter reinstated as lawsuit settled, 8/17/94, 4B
    • Former Jackson firefighter files suit over suspension, 8/1/92, 4B
  • Nichols, Les
    • Tupelo architect, president of Church Building Associates, 11/1/91, 1E
  • Nichols, Pervie
    • "The Bible Speaks" 25th anniv., 1/30/88, 1C
  • Nichols, Phyllis
    • Mississippi's Learning Disability Educator of the year, 12/1/89, 4B
    • Northwest Rankin teacher is US's top learning disabilities instructor, 11/2/90, 4B
  • Nicholson, Carl SEE College Board
  • Nick's
    • Epicurious says it deserves 3 stars, 4/12/90, 4E
    • Restaurant review, 7/29/93, 4E
  • Nickelodeon channel
    • Double Dare broadcast from Jackson Coliseum, 10/18/92, 1A
  • Nickles, Freddie
    • Orderley at Vicksburg hospital 'an institution', 10/21/91, 2B
  • Nicknames
    • Mississippi, 11/24/85, 1E
  • Nicks, Carla
    • New Mrs. Mississippi, 8/5/87, 1C
  • Nielsen rating
    • May 1994 rating skewed, local TV executives say, 6/17/94, 6B
    • November TV rating for Jackson presents cloudy picture, 1/17/91, 1D
    • WLBT-TV cleans up in May period, 6/26/91, 1D
    • WLBT/NBC wins local 'November sweeps', 1/11/94, 1D
  • Nielsen rating SEE ALSO Arbitron rating
  • Night at the Copa
    • Count Basie Orchestra in benefit for Jackson NAACP, 10/16/89, 1D
  • Night high school SEE Jackson Public Schools---Night...
  • Night hunting SEE Game wardens; SEE Shoemake, Ike
  • Night life
    • Catering to the under-21 crowd, 3/11/93, 10E
    • Jackson after midnight: Subway Lounge, Waffle House, etc., 2/4/93, 8E
    • Small towns in Mississippi, 4/2/89, 1E
  • Night Out Against Crime SEE Crime, Jackson
  • Night Out With The Stars
    • Pro athletes encourage local youths, 12/29/93, 3B
  • Night people
    • They work in the dark, sleep in the day, 5/5/91, 1E
  • Nightclubs SEE Night life
  • NiiLampti, Nyaka
    • Piney Woods valedictorian heading to Princeton University, 6/7/93, 1B
  • Nijinsky, Vaslov
    • Exhibit of photographs at Welty Library, 6/1/90, 1E
  • Nina (ship)
    • Replica of Columbus ship visits Biloxi, 1/11/93, 1A
  • Ninja
    • Bryce F. Dallas, 3/27/87, 2B
  • Nix, Kirksey
    • Goes on trial in Hattiesburg on marijuana charges, 4/6/92, 3B; 4/7/92, 3B; 4/8/92, 3B
  • Nix, Kirksey SEE ALSO Prisons---Louisiana; SEE Sherry slayings
  • Nix, T.M.
    • Convicted in Pretense scandal, but is a candidate again, 2/15/91, 1B
  • Nixon, Richard
    • Jackson artist Eric MacDonald recalls contact with ex-president, 4/27/94, 6A
    • Most federal offices close in observance of his death, 4/26/94, 1B
    • On his death, Coast residents remember his help after Camille, 4/23/94, 9A
  • Nixon, Walter
    • Agent Shattles retires after hunting conviction with Nixon, 7/11/90, 1B
    • Allowed to practice law again, 5/21/93, 1A
    • Appeals conviction, 10/22/87, 1A
    • Appeals court asked to throw out his impeachment, 3/15/91, 1B
    • Arrested and jailed on April gun carrying charge, 8/7/90, 1A; 8/10/90, 1A
    • Attorney testifies Nixon is innocent, 7/9/88, 1B
    • Attorneys claim jurors were biased, 3/7/86, 1A
    • Checks out of halfway house, returns home, 11/22/89, 1B
    • Committee backs impeachment, 3/22/89, 1A
    • Congressman upset Nixon getting paid, 7/7/88, 1A
    • Convicted ex-Judge Nixon's request for a new trial is denied, 12/20/88, 1B
    • Convictions upheld, 5/1/87, 1A
    • DeConcini says he may sit on bench again, 9/25/89, 2B
    • Downfall traced, 2/16/86, 1A
    • Ex-judge seeks employment; undecided on new career, 2/8/91, 1A
    • Experts: he should have excused himself from Fairchild cases, 3/3/89, 1B
    • Experts: Nixon should've excused self from suits, 3/3/89, 1B
    • Faces 2nd illegal hunting charge, 5/23/90, 1A
    • Faces impeachment vote, 5/10/89, 1B
    • Fairchild tells Senate panel of Nixon's aid, 9/8/89, 1A
    • Fairchild to testify, 7/6/88, 1B
    • Fairchild: I lied at Nixon trial, 8/30/88, 1A
    • Federal court rejects request for new trial, 8/18/89, 1B
    • Federal judges urge Nixon impeachment, 3/16/88, 1A
    • Found guilty on hunting charges, 7/7/90, 1A
    • Freed while awaiting parole-violation hearing, 8/16/90, 1A
    • Government studies parole status in view of hunting conviction, 7/10/90, 1A
    • Groups last Nixon hearing may be today, 3/1/89, 1B
    • Guilty of perjury, 2/10/86, 1A; 2/11/86, 1A
    • Has had 5 furloughs from prison, 4//7/89, 3B
    • Hearings before House conclude, 6/11/88, 2B
    • High Court halts disbarment proceedings, 9/1/88, 1B
    • His case will not damage judiciary, judges say, 11/2/89, 13A
    • House committee votes on proposal to impeach Nixon, 3/21/89, 1B
    • House panel considers impeachment, 6/9/88, 3B
    • House votes impeachment, 5/11/89, 1A
    • Impeachment hearings on Nixon resume, 3/2/89, 1B
    • Impeachment process, 1/23/88, 1B
    • Impeachment set for early November, 10/26/89, 2B; 11/3/89, 1A; 11/4/89, 1A, 1B
    • Indicted on bribery charges, 9/30/85, 1A,1B
    • Judge - Court appeal, 12/4/86, 1A
    • Judge denies reinstatement to bar, 2/27/93, 1B
    • Judge named for request for new trial, 4/15/88, 1B
    • Judge seeks retrial; term to start, 3/22/88, 1B
    • Jury deliberates, 2/9/86, 1A
    • Loses battle for law license, 5/24/90, 1B
    • Loses court appeal to return to bench, 7/10/91, 1B
    • Loses law license, 9/25/86, 1A
    • Mississippi Supreme Court disbars, 11/23/89, 1B
    • Nevada senator's words help defense, 9/9/89, 1A; 9/10/89, 1B
    • New trial date may be set at hearing, 6/6/90, 3B; 6/7/90, 3B
    • Oil deal with Fairchild is legal, 2/4/86, 1A
    • Panel denies request for government to pay legal fees, 8/9/89, 1B
    • Panel won't act on impeachment this session, 9/17/88, 3B
    • Parole Board says he belongs back in jail, 9/11/90, 1A
    • Parole hearing set for September 10, 8/23/90, 3B
    • Parole in jeopardy after hunting arrest, 4/27/90, 1A; 4/28/90, 1B
    • Parole is within 3 months, 11/2/89, 1A
    • Passes bar exam; wants to practice on Gulf Coast, 9/26/93, 1B
    • Pittman middleman: FBI & Fairchild, 9/6/88, 1A
    • Pleads no contest to illegal hunting charge, 6/1/91, 1B
    • Possible opening in his judgeship spurs rumors, 9/24/89, 1H
    • Refuses to resign, to fight impeachment, 1/21/88, 1A
    • Rehearing rejected, 9/9/87, 1A; 9/10/87, 1B
    • Relationship with lawyer friends crux of case against, 9/17/89, 1H
    • Released from custody, 11/21/89, 1A
    • Rep. Larkin Smith backs his impeachment, 4/26/89, 1B
    • Reports to prison, 3/24/88, 1A
    • Returning to jail for parole violation, 10/3/90, 1B; 10/10/90, 3B
    • Says he was convicted by news media, 7/13/88, 1A
    • Says news media convicted him, 7/13/88, 1A
    • Says perjury statements caused by memory lapses, 9/13/89, 1A
    • Seeking reinstatement to bar, 1/9/93, 1B
    • Sells investments to pay legal bills, 6/8/89, 1A
    • Senate committee asked to drop 1 charge, 7/15/89, 1B
    • Senate hearings begin; he says he is innocent, 11/2/89, 1A
    • Senate panel decision expected within month, 9/14/89, 1A
    • Senate panel trial, 8/30/89, 3B; 9/7/89, 1B
    • Senate swears in panel to hear impeachment case, 5/12/89, 3B; 5/17/89, 3B
    • Sentenced to 5 years, 4/1/86, 1A
    • Serving time in New Orleans halfway house, 7/22/89, 1A
    • Speaks to panel on impeachment, 6/10/88, 1A
    • State Supreme Court rejects request for return of law license, 3/22/90, 1B
    • Sues for full pay and benefits, 2/8/90, 1B
    • Surrenders judicial power, 2/15/86, 1A
    • Takes stand, denies charge, 2/6/86, 1A
    • Throwing out of Florida judge's impeachment will affect Nixon, 9/18/92, 1A
    • To begin serving term March 23, 3/5/88, 1A
    • To report to prison today, 3/23/88, 1B
    • Trial before U.S. Senate to be September 6, 7/3/89, 1B
    • Trial begins on illegal hunting charges, 7/5/90, 1B; 7/6/90, 1a
    • Trial date set for hunting-law violation, 3/13/91, 2B
    • Trial set for September 1989, 6/5/89, 3B
    • Trial testimony, 3/30/86, 1A
    • Trial: Series of articles (Day 8), 1/30/86, 1A
    • U.S. House expected to impeach, urge Senate trial, 4/26/89, 1A
    • U.S. House of Representatives debate, 4/25/89, 1A; 4/28/89, 1B
    • U.S. House panel delays vote on impeachment, 3/11/89, 1B
    • U.S. Supreme Court says he cannot appeal his ouster, 1/14/93, 1A
    • U.S. Supreme Court to hear his appeal, 2/25/92, 3B
    • US House moves to impeach, 3/18/88, 1B
    • US Supreme Court upholds sentence, 1/20/88, 1A
    • Weingarten denies influencing testimon, 8/31/88, 1A
    • Wildlife Conservation Dept. studies his sale of antler collection, 6/14/89, 1A
  • No Bid System
    • State agencie, 4/26/87, 1A,13A,4H
  • No Easy Journey: The Civil Rights Movement in Claiborne County, 12/2/94, 1A; 12/4/94, 1B
  • No Mistake Plantation
    • Satartia
      • Bed and breakfast, 4/17/91, 1D
  • No pass/no play
    • Advisory panel unveils play, 3/4/86, 1B
    • Board of Education OKs, 6/20/86, 1B; 6/21/86, 1A
    • Guidelines draw fire in hearings, 3/19/86, 1A
    • Implemented for Jackson students, 9/2/86, 1A; 9/4/86, 1B
    • Jackson schools, 8/24/87, 1B
    • Many students ineligible, 8/26/86, 1A; 8/27/86, 1A
    • Panel expected to approve, 4/17/86, 1B; 8/20/85, 1A
    • Panel says rule discriminates against learning-disabled, 1/3/90, 1A
    • Panel to study, 12/21/85, 1B
    • Policy, 11/7/86, 1B
    • Seniors disqualified from band, athletic activities, 9/1/89, 4B
    • State board wants more information, 5/17/86, 1B
  • No-till planting SEE Dixie Farm Show
  • Noah's Ark Pet Shop, 9/21/86, 1E
  • Nobel Prize
    • Lawsuit: Nobel nominee falsified some research, 3/18/89, 1B
  • Noble, Billy
    • Dies of heart attack, 11/30/86, 1A
    • Jailer appointed to finish term, 12/2/86, 1A
  • Noble, Carolyn SEE Cats
  • Nobles, Lewis
    • 5 women talk to grand jury about Nobles, 6/23/94, 1A
    • Accepted image hard to reconcile with accusations, 8/29/93, 1A
    • Accounts remain frozen, 11/28/93, 4B
    • Bought and sold stocks for Mississippi College, 8/1/94, 1A
    • Cartoon in student newspaper 'The Mississippi Collegian', 10/29/94, 1B
    • Case featured on 'A Current Affair', 10/27/94, 1B
    • Chosen top college leader, 11/25/86, 1B
    • Could face money-laundering charges, 5/14/94, 1B
    • Embezzled $3 MIllion, Mississippi College says, 8/10/93, 1A
    • FBI questions his escorts, purchase of stocks, 5/15/94, 1A
    • FBI says he spent $389,790 on women, 12/31/94, 1A
    • Federal and state officials join in investigation, 8/12/93, 1A
  • NOBLES, LEWIS
    • FEDERAL INDICTMENT ON 19 COUNTS
      • WHITE SLAVE LAW CITED, 9/22/94, 1A, 9A
  • Nobles, Lewis
    • Federal prosecutors want seizure of another stock account, 6/10/94, 4B
    • Friends soliciting funds for defense, 5/30/94, 1B
    • Grand jury questions potential witnesses, 5/25/94, 2B; 7/21/94, 1B
    • Judge delays order for handing over personal records, 8/14/93, 1B
    • MC students express shock at affair, 8/11/93, 7A
    • Mississippi College granted access to his mail, 8/11/93, 1A
    • Mississippi College president honored, 10/20/92, 1B
    • Mississippi College sues Omnibank over bank accounts, 9/8/93, 1A
    • OmniBank blameless, CEO Paul Aron says, 9/14/93, 1B
    • Ordered to testify in MC's civil lawsuit against Omnibank, 10/30/93, 1B
    • Pleads innocent to charges; ordered not to leave state, 9/23/94, 1A
    • Resigns as MC president amid investigation, 8/5/93, 1A; 8/6/93, 1B
    • Says missing funds actually used to help needy students, 10/23/93, 1A
    • Some of his assets are freed, 8/18/93, 1A
    • Subject of criminal probe, DA says, 8/13/93, 1A
    • Trustee John Rogers says safeguards will be set up at MC, 8/11/93, 1A
  • Nobles, Lewis SEE ALSO Mississippi College
  • Noel Industries SEE Gabriel Manufacturing
  • Noel Industries SEE Gitano Manufacturing
  • Noise ordinance
    • Clinton
      • Residents ask for quiet zones, 4/7/92, 5B; 4/17/92, 4B; 4/22/92, 4B
    • Edwards
      • New law takes effect November 16, 1/18/92, 4B; 11/1/91, 1A; 11/16/91, 5B
    • Jackson
      • City Council seeking revisions, 10/16/91, 4B; 10/22/91, 1B; 10/23/91, 1B
      • City wants to silence loud pets, 11/22/91, 4B
  • Noise ordnance
    • Columbus
      • Police to crack down on auto stereos, 6/16/92, 3B
  • Nolden, Takieshia SEE APAC
  • Non-profit organizations
    • 4 professional organizations argue for their tax exemption, 8/1/92, 2B
    • Pittman urges stricter controls, 5/1/86, 1A
    • Tax exemption status in Jackson, 9/13/95, 5B; 11/24/92, 1B
  • Non-profit organizations SEE ALSO Mississippi Management Seminar for Nonprofits
  • Nooe, Grant
    • Chef at 400 E. Capitol hopes for national recognition, 4/11/90, 1E
  • noot pottle
  • Norbertine monastic community
    • Establised in Jackson, 6/24/89, 1D
  • Norbord Industries
    • Canadian company opens plant near Tupelo, 4/29/93, 5B
  • Nordan, Lewis 'Buddy'
    • Itta Bena-born author hews close to his roots, 9/15/91, 1F, 3F
  • Norfolk Southern
    • Has 270 miles of track in state, 11/28/88, 4B
  • Norman Shirtmakers
    • Files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, 2/18/89, 8B
    • Gitman Bros. makes offer to buy, 4/15/89, 4B
  • Norman, Cora
    • Executive director of Mississippi Humanities Council, 3/26/91, 1D
    • Running for state auditor; wants more women candidates, 8/27/91, 1B
  • Norman, Nerissa
    • Finally is elected mayor of Mound Bayou, 3/7/93, 1A
  • Norman, Nerissa SEE ALSO Mound Bayou, Mississippi
  • Norplant
    • Birth control implant slow to catch on in Mississippi, 7/6/92, 1A, 3B
  • Norris, William SEE William Norris Ltd...
  • North & South (TV miniseries)
    • Miniseries filmed in Mississippi, 11/1/85, 1D
    • Mississippians object to stereotypes, 5/9/86, 1C
  • North 40 CB Club
    • Crowd offers no clues in slaying, 5/25/92, 3B
    • Public nuisance: violence and liquor violations, 5/3/94, 5B; 5/12/94, 1B
  • North American Free Trade Agreement
    • Agriculture community in state hopes to cash in, 12/26/93, 3B
    • Bennie Thompson explains his opposition, 12/22/94, 6B
    • Cochran state delegation's only firm backer, 9/17/93, 7B
    • Espy says it would pass if Senate voted secretly, 11/3/93, 5B
    • Gore/Perot debate, 11/10/93, 1A, 1B
    • MEC/Mississippi NAFTA conference at Millsaps, 11/3/93, 5B
    • Mississippi opportunities, 8/13/92, 5B; 9/8/94, 5B
    • Mississippians give views, 9/17/93, 7B
    • Pro and con, 9/12/93, 1H
    • Pro and con: letters to the editor, 11/16/93, 9A
  • North American Limousin Junior...Show
    • Show at Colesium, 7/21/94, 4B
  • North Central Mississippi Narcotics Task Force
    • Lacks director, 4/7/92, 3B
  • North Jackson Baptist Church
    • Only bi-racial Southern Baptist Church, 12/12/87, 1C
  • North Jackson Community Council
    • Opposition to its teen center at Pillars and Roach, 6/4/94, 5B
  • North Jackson Elementary School
    • Open Doors class's tourism unit, 12/21/90, 4B
    • Pupils construct futuristic city from trash, 5/14/91, 4B
    • Voluntary school uniforms, 8/25/92, 4B
  • North Mississippi Health Services
    • Ends affiliation with Fulton Hospital, 7/17/92, 3B
  • North Mississippi Medical Center
    • Cancer Center, 7/13/93, 9A
    • CEO search after Hicks resignation, 7/16/94, 6B
    • Vice-president for nursing Linda Gholston resigns, 7/21/94, 3B
  • North Mississippi Retardation Center
    • Patient has perfect pitch, 1/3/88, 1A
  • North Panola Regional Hospital
    • Authorities probing for fraud, 8/12/89, 1B
    • Its woes affect solvent South Panola Community Hospital, 8/20/89, 1B
    • Methodist Health Systems of Memphis may take over, 10/14/89, 7B
    • Staves off closure, but may lose reimbursements, 9/16/89, 1B
  • North Panola Regional Hospital SEE ALSO Lee, Tharon
  • North Place/Post Oak Homeowners Association
    • Madison group fighting apartments, 8/3/93, 4B
  • North State Street
    • 3 blocks at Capitol Street closed to clean up bus fuel, 11/6/94, 6B
    • Cook Construction bankruptcy halts repaving work, 12/9/89, 1B
    • Repaving project is resumed, 4/19/90, 6B
  • North Sunflower County Hospital
    • Director Schuler turns troubled hsopital around, 7/30/91, 2B
    • Workers not told of check problems, 4/14/90, 5B
  • North, Oliver
    • Blames Congress for US problems, 10/26/88, 1A
    • Fans to hear hero for $100, 10/24/88, 3B
    • Haircuts, 7/16/87, 1A
    • Mississippians support, 7/9/87, 1A
    • Opens his national tour in Jackson, 10/28/90, 1B
    • Slide show, 9/2/87, 1B
    • To visit state, 10/12/88, 1A
  • North-south parkway (Clinton) SEE Roads and Streets, Clinton
  • North/south corridor (Clinton) SEE Roads and streets, Clinton
  • Northbay Subdivision
    • Friends of Children's Hospital benefit, 12/9/91, 1D
    • Prospers in otherwise soft market, 6/16/91, 3C
    • Recreation haven in Madison County, 1/24/88, 5G
    • Undeveloped sections sold to Baycastle Properties, 7/17/91, 5B
  • Northeast Mississippi Community College
    • Leadership Project for local students, 10/1/91, 4B
    • SEE ALSO: Murder - NEMJC
  • Northeast Mississippi Mayors Association
    • Formed to promote area growth, 12/22/91, 3B
  • Northeast Mississippi Planning and Development District
    • PEER report blasts bad loans, 7/25/91, 1B
  • Northeast Mississippi Regional Advanced Technology Training Initiative
    • Lacking funds, 7/1/91, 3B
  • Northern Ireland SEE Ulster Project
  • Northfield Development
    • Residents fear impact, 15/31/88, 1A
  • Northminster Baptist Church
    • Northminster/Briarwood Lecture Series, 10/5/91, 1D
    • Pastor Thomason leaves, 11/26/88, 1C
    • Roger Paynter is new pastor, 10/14/89, 1D
  • Northpark Cinema 10
    • Movie megaplex opens, 12/17/87, 1E
    • New digital sound system for 'Jurassic Park', 6/11/93, 1E
    • Opens Dec. 18, 11/20/87, 8B
  • Northpark Mall
    • 3-D Holusions, 12/20/94, 1D
    • Bans guns from premisis, 1/3/91, 2B
    • Business picking up, 11/10/85, 1I
    • Gearing up for holiday season; new stores, 10/18/94, 1A; 10/25/94, 8B
    • Mississippi College teaches adult education classes at Mall, 6/5/91, 1D
    • Model train exhibit, 12/9/93, 1D
    • Plans for theater, 10/18/85, 8B
    • Trims hours to save money, 3/26/91, 6B
  • Northpark Mall SEE ALSO Kidnapping, Ridgeland
  • Northpointe subdivision
    • Residents complain of neglected lake, 7/18/92, 4B
  • Northside Baptist Church
    • Two congregations share, 2/11/89, 1C
  • Northside Elementary School
    • Pearl
      • Stanford Achievement Test coaching, 4/13/93, 4B
  • Northside Hyundai, Inc.
    • Brandon Ford dealer Boyce buys state's only Hyundai lot, 1/6/89; 8B
  • Northside News
    • Newsstand, 6/21/86, 1B
    • Robbed 4 times in 1 week
      • Owner Bill Lamson begs city for help, 4/28/93, 1A
    • Too many robberies; business closes; building demolished, 2/7/94, 1A
  • Northview Addition subdivision
    • Jackson
      • Neighbors band into crime-fighting unit, 2/26/92, 4B
  • Northwest Airlines
    • Memphis airlink replaces local service, 1/25/91, 6B
    • New commuter service, 9/10/87, 8B
  • Northwest Community College
    • Must pay back wages to dormitory hosts, 7/4/91, 4B
    • State auditing its financial records, 2/21/92, 3B
  • Northwest Elementary School
    • Set to open, 2/20/86, 1B
  • Northwest Industrial Park
    • Hinds woos technology firm, 9/28/88, 3B
  • Northwest Jackson Junior High
    • Soft colors mute noise, 1B; 1/8/89
  • Northwest Middle School
    • Bus accident and death of principal grieves school, 8/28/93, 1B
    • Gun found in locker; student suspended, 11/5/93, 4B
  • Northwest Mississippi Regional Medical Center
    • Grant to build mothers/infants unit, 8/28/92, 3B
    • Wants larger obstetrics unit, 10/29/91, 1A
  • Northwest Rankin Attendace Center
    • Alleged racial problems; restroom incident, 2/8/92, 3B
  • Northwest Rankin Attendance Center
    • Bible Club, 1/9/90, 4B
    • Driveway to ease traffic woes, 1/17/91, 5B
    • Grand jury to investigate problems, 9/28/89, 1B
    • IDEA program, 12/29/89, 4B
    • New approach to teaching algebra, 4/27/93, 4B
    • Teacher of gifted students Joy Hellard, 6/1/90, 4B
  • Norton, Danny
    • Charges in Byram drug raid still unresolved after 1 year, 12/6/91, 1A
    • Honored for bravery in Byram drug raid, 5/15/91, 2B
    • Maurice Miller will not be indicted for prescription forgery, 3/24/92, 3B
    • Narcotics agent saved by bullet-proof vest in Byram raid, 12/7/90, 1A; 12/8/90, 5B
    • Says he is 'not concerned ...about doing anything wrong', 12/12/90, 1B
  • Norwood, Brandy
    • McComb-born teenager, TV veteran, turns to R&B, 9/22/94, 18E
  • Norwood, Malcolm
    • His farewell exhibit at Delta State is tribute to Marie Hull, 2/25/90, 1F
  • Norwood, Mary Beth SEE Hallal, Robert
  • Not Here Foundation
    • Anti-drug program
      • Nigel Cuffie, president, 3/7/93, 2B
  • Nourse, Bruce
    • Gaming Commission deputy quits, goes to work for casino, 1/10/93, 5B; 12/20/92, 3B
    • Hired as licensing investigator by Gaming Commission, 7/10/91, 6B
  • NOW
    • At conference: Mississippi women have a 'hard way to go', 4/20/91, 1B
    • Convention speaker Jeanne Clark says women left out of abortion debate, 4/21/91, 3B
    • Holds conference in Jackson, 4/17/91, 1D
    • Holds pro-choice rally at Capitol, 1/24/93, 1B
    • Newspaperwoman Judy Mann wants all hands enlisted, 4/22/91, 2B
    • Rally scheduled for Smith Park, 8/30/92, 5B; 8/31/92, 1A
    • Smith Park rally disrupted by Booker/McMillan confrontation, 8/31/92, 1A
  • Nowhere
    • Fight to keep non-alcohol club open, 6/13/86, 1B
  • Noxubee County landfill SEE Landfills, Noxubee County
  • NRA SEE ALSO Political action committees
  • NTE SEE National Teacher Examination
  • Nubbin (cat) SEE Mississippi Animal Rescue League
  • Nuce, Ted
    • Bull rider, 2/13/89, 1C
  • Nuclear blast simulator
    • Coast-built ship Wasp may test device in Gulf, 6/23/89, 1A
    • Device to test warships' vulnerability may be placed in Gulf, 6/22/89, 1A
    • Engineer says it won't hurt humans, 6/28/89, 1B
    • Monkey urged as test for nuclear blast simulator, 6/27/89, 1A
    • Navy wants to hide simulator critics say, 6/28/89, 1A; 6/30/89, 5B
    • Navy won't test pulsar barge off Mississippi coast, 4/4/90, 5B
  • Nuclear explosions SEE Nuclear blast simulator
  • Nuclear power industry, 81/9/87, 8B
  • Nuclear power plants
    • TVA considering constructing power plant, 2/20/91, 7B
  • Nuclear waste
    • Claiborne County asks state to OK dump study, 8/19/92, 1B; 10/2/92, 5B
    • Claiborne County sees increased storage as jobs source, 7/22/92, 1A
    • Claiborne County site plan study nixed, 10/23/92, 6B
    • Copiah County supervisors want study for waste site feasibility, 1/24/92, 1B
    • Depository
      • Atom smasher connection, 3/20/87, 1A
    • DeSoto National Forest land swap raises nuclear waste question, 7/15/89, 1A
    • Dump
      • Foes mixed on cut in study funds, 8/15/86, 1B
    • Dump site to be decided, 9/7/85, 1B
    • Finding nuke dump site not easy, experts say, 2/18/91, 3B
    • Fordice asks MSU for advice on storage, 2/29/92, 6B; 3/10/92, 6B
    • Fordice urges MSU to apply for study grant, 2/7/92, 1B
    • Jefferson County to seek dump grant, 2/13/93, 4B; 2/19/92, 6B
    • May be crossing state by truck in 1990, 4/15/89, 3B
    • Mississippi may be taken off dump list, 9/11/87, 1A
    • Mississippi no nuke dump? Put it in writing., 12/31/87, 1A
    • Mississippi possible nuclear waste site, 2/16/86, 1J; 12/20/84, 1A; 12/24/84, 1A
    • Mississippi ruled out as dump, 5/29/86, 1A
    • Mississippi won't be repository, 12/30/87, 2B
    • Plan
      • Consultant says needed, 11/6/86, 1B
    • Richton wins nuclear waste war, 7/25/88, 1A
    • Sites
      • Army may hold trump card, 9/25/85, 1B
      • Grant requested for study, 11/13/86, 1B
      • Iuka restudied as possible, 10/8/87, 1A
    • Storage in state meets further delay unless DOE extends deadline, 3/18/92, 5B
    • Tatum Salt Dome targeted for cleanup, 7/2/88, 1A
    • Work against nuclear dump praised, 1/7/87, 4B
  • Nuclear waste SEE ALSO Radioactive waste
  • Nuclear Waste Policy Advisory Council
    • House panel refuses to reorganize, 2/24/93, 5B
  • Nude dancing SEE Topless bars
  • Nude modeling SEE Life drawing
  • Nudity
    • Man arrested for walking in the nude, 1/6/90, 5B
  • Nunley, Johnny
    • Ex-Tishomingo County sheriff pleads guilty, 12/22/94, 1B
  • Nunn, Doris
    • Jackson artist exhibits works with regional theme, 10/28/90, 1F
  • Nunn, Freddie Joe
    • Former Ole Miss fotball player held in shooting death, 5/23/94, 1A
  • Nuns
    • Mississippi
      • Sister Thea Bowman, 12/31/88, 1D
    • Tutwiler
      • Dr.Ann Brooks' clinic a haven for the sick, 11/25/90, 1B
    • Working with poor in Holmes County, 7/9/89, 1A
  • Nunsense
    • Show presented by Kessler Ltd., 2/2/90, 1E
  • Nurse midwifes SEE Midwives
  • Nurse practioners, Mississippi
    • Vital role in solving state's rural health-care problems, 3/13/94, 1B
  • Nurseries, Mississippi
    • Spring brings high profits to local nurseries, 4/7/91, 1G
  • Nurses SEE ALSO Nurse practioners
  • Nurses, Como
    • Nurse practioner Dottye Bell, 2/22/90, 1D
  • Nurses, Delta
    • Filipino nurses ease local shortage, 1/26/94, 1A
  • Nurses, Jackson
    • Home health care, 11/18/85, 1D
    • Husband and wife nursing graduates, 5/8/89, 1D
    • Labor room nurse Laura Wright, 9/6/93, 1D
    • Volunteer nurses listen, 6/26/88, 1B
  • Nurses, Meridian
    • Last of school nurses quitting Meridian schools, 10/16/90, 2B
  • Nurses, Mississippi, 10/20/85, 1E; 10/21/85, 1C
    • 40th anniversary, 12/19/85, 1C
    • 7 school nurse programs eleminated, 10/10/90, 1A; 10/25/90, 1A; 11/5/90, 1A
    • Efforts to stop drug abuse among, 9/23/85, 1A
    • Eliza Pellars, R.N. Assistant, 12/19/85, 1C
    • Got average of 16.4% pay raise in 1990, 6/30/91, 3B
    • Malpractice lawsuits against nurses increasing, 8/31/92, 1B
    • Shortage, 5/5/88, 1A
  • NURSES, MISSISSIPPI
    • SHORTAGE IN STATE HOSPITALS IS CRITICAL, 9/12/93, 1A, 15A
  • Nurses, Mississippi
    • Shortage will probably continue, 10/22/90, 1A
    • Shortage worsened by nursing school faculty vacancies, 3/23/92, 3B
    • South Mississippi Home Health
      • Visiting nurses, 12/1/89, 1B
    • Survey: despite higher pay, many jobs go unfilled in state, 12/18/91, 3B
    • World War II Army nurse Roberta Collins: 'I appreciate America', 7/4/90, 1B
  • Nurses, Vicksburg
    • LPN held in abuse of nursing home resident, 11/7/90, 1B
  • Nursing homes SEE ALSO Retirement homes
  • Nursing homes, Brookhaven
    • Aide at Country Brook charged with abuse, 10/12/90, 1B; 10/15/90, 1B
  • Nursing homes, Canton
    • Ambulances carry residents home for Christmas, 12/26/90, 1A
  • Nursing homes, Clinton
    • State may shut Clinton Country Manor, 4/17/90, 1A; 4/18/90, 1B; 4/26/90, 1B
  • Nursing homes, Greenville
    • Arnold Avenue home not allowed to take patients, 5/7/92, 1B; 5/8/92, 1B
  • Nursing homes, Gulfport
    • Brutality alleged at home, 3/14/88, 2B
    • Fired home head testifies, 4/28/88, 1B
  • Nursing homes, Harrison County
    • Supervisor wants probe of home for elderly, 1B; 1/2/89
  • Nursing homes, Holly Springs
    • Investigation of death is closed, 10/16/89, 1B
  • Nursing homes, Jackson
    • Veteran's Nursing Home to open, 1/8/89; 5B
  • Nursing homes, McComb
    • Southwest Extended Care guilty in abuse case, 2/23/90, 1B
  • Nursing homes, Mississippi
    • 72% deficient by federal standards, 5/22/86, 1B
    • Agency rates state low in national survey, 12/2/88, 1B
    • Attorney General tells lawmakers of nursing home abuses, 1A; 1/19/89
    • Attorney General: "Petty politics" behind failure of bill, 2/28/89, 1A
    • Bill heads for House vote, 3/10/88, 3B
    • Bill would make abuse in homes a felony, 12/21/89, 1B
    • Committee says state overdoes its inspections, 7/13/90, 1B
    • Costs, 11/9/87, 1A
    • Expected to rank badly in federal report, 2/14/90, 3B
    • House oks bill to protect residents, 2/10/89, 1B
    • Information to be published by DHHS, 4/20/88, 3B
    • Judge's ruling saves nursing home sellers money, 3/3/90, 1B
    • Judged improving but still below average, 5/24/90, 1A
    • Lack of staff may cut new standards, 7/9/92, 1B
    • Many homes fare poorly in new government report, 12/18/88, 19A
    • Moore backs penalties for nursing home abuse, 12/22/88, 1A
    • New case-mix project targets incapacitated-patient care, 3/12/90, 1B
    • Nurse's aides must be trained, certified, 2/26/89, 1B
    • Officials say critical report unfair to state, 12/4/88, 6B
    • Panel OKs ombudsmen bill, 3/9/88, 1B
    • Panel seeks ways to improve nursing homes ratings, 6/27/90, 3B
    • Patients need protection against bank fraud, 6/14/93, 1B
    • PEER report says state needs 617 more beds, 12/1/90, 1B
    • State could lose $6 M in fed. funds, 3/7/88, 1A
    • State tops in region in inspections, 5/30/90, 3B
    • Study policies when searching for home, 11/11/91, 4B
    • You're never too young to plan for nursing homes, 1/8/90, 1F
  • Nursing homes, Vicksburg
    • Officials threaten to close Vicksburg nursing home, 1A; 2/4/89
    • Report: One-fourth of problems corrected, 2/23/89, 1A
  • Nursing schools, Mississippi, 12/28/86, 1B
    • Impending retirements could slash faculties, 9/20/93, 1A
    • Nursing faculty being lured away from teaching, 6/11/90, 1A
    • Nursing-teacher shortage, 12/9/94, 1A
  • Nussbaum, Karen
    • U.S. Department of Labor official meets with Jackson women, 3/30/94, 5B
  • Nussbaum, Perry
    • Obituary, 4/2/87, 2B
  • Nutcracker
    • Ballet Mississippi, 12/19/86, 1C; 12/21/86, 1B
    • Ballet Mississippi's 1990 production: U.S./Soviet flair, 12/14/90, 1E
  • Nutri-System Inc
    • Parent company's failure won't affect state's diet centers, 4/30/93, 5B
  • Nutritional Labeling and Education Act of 1990
    • New, larger food labels required, 1/10/93, 1C
  • Nuts
    • What we need for state pride is a state nut, 1C; 1/2/89
  • Nuzzo, Philip
    • Hired as artistic director of Mississippi Opera, 11/17/89, 1E
  • Nwabeke, Charles A SEE Immigration Service
  • Nyerges, Alexander
    • Museum of Art director, 8/13/85, 1C
  • NYPD Blue
    • 3 state TV stations turn it down, 7/22/94, 1A, 1E; 9/4/93, 1B; 9/9/93, 3B; 10/25/94, 1D
 

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