For a third straight year, The Yazoo Herald has earned a Bill Minor Award.
It is an icon within Yazoo’s rich history, taking root in the 1940s and bringing a wealth of both money and people to the rural community.
Tales of her success and impact can still be heard within the people who continue to call Yazoo home to this day.
A Congressman, two Senate representatives and a handful of engineers, levee and emergency response officials met with a packed house of concerned citizens this week over the flooding that has consumed property, including half of Yazoo County.
Emergency officials said the water level on the river side is beginning to lower, but the backwater flooding continues to rise with no relief predicted for almost half a month.
Johanna Fassbender is bringing a wave of change into Yazoo City when it comes to fitness, nutrition, healthy living and lifestyle changes.
And her clients will tell you…the food is still delicious.
Nick King and his family are an impressive investment package.
His family invests their whole hearts into whatever project they are involved with, including an agriculture business, a clean water ministry, a downtown endeavor and a Gospel fellowship.
Dennis McFee has a positive attitude that is contagious within moments of meeting him.
He is a dedicated employee of Yazoo Valley Electric Power Association, proud to wear the uniform that bears its name.