Today's Top Stories

The T-shirts sum it up: “The church has left the building.”
What church? The membership of Yazoo City's First Baptist Church (YCFBC).
Why did they leave? To go to the community.
Although the steeple and auditorium gracing the Jackson Avenue neighborhood for almost 70 years will soon be gone, the Rev. Caleb Clark assures the community that Calvary Baptist Church is “leaner and meaner” than it has ever been.
Tired of waiting on the city to fix the problem, a local businessman spent his own money to repair a highly-traveled city street. 

A Yazoo City business owner fleeing from deputies crashed into a Simmons Catfish truck Tuesday afternoon.

Although one former Yazoo County supervisor had to be ushered out of the room after refusing to be silent, the consensus among city and county leaders is that the joint meeting Friday between city and county leaders was productive.
Yazoo City’s very own Barbeque Princess Leslie Roark Scott, of Ubons Barbeque, was declared the champion of the third round in Food Network’s Chopped Grill Masters. She will now compete for $50,000  on Aug 11 at 9 p.m.

Dr. Harrison Pittman Jr.

Dr. Harrison Pittman, Jr., finished his God given life on Friday, August 21, 2015 at St. Catherine's Nursing Home in Madison. Dr. Pittman was born in Memphis, TN on September 3, 1933 to the late Major H.V. Pittman and Ruth Mauzy Pittman. 

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