Dr. William Nelson, Chair of the PSCYC, is pleased to announce that Richie Moore, a lifetime resident of Yazoo County and current manager with Entergy Mississippi, has been named the incoming General Manager of PSCYC.
Several representatives from locally owned used car dealerships aired their complaints against pop-up car sales in the area during the recent Mayor and Board of Aldermen meeting.
When Tim and Judy Davis decided to open a feed store on Highway 3 in Yazoo City, they thought it would be an easy-going job. They did not foresee how much the business would grow in two short years, just by catering to the needs of their customers.
Tim Singleton has grown up in the business world. Being a member of a family owned and operated business meant that everyone was working after school and on the weekends, just to make sure that the business was a success.
A new movement to spread kindness has taken over Yazoo County in recent months, and residents are finding beautifully painted rocks in the most surprising places.
The kindness movement in Yazoo County began with the Facebook page, YazooMsPaintedRocks.
With the spring season just around the corner, there is still time to register for Little League.
Baseball and softball organizers continue to make the final preparations for a new season.