Two weeks after a man was reported missing, a suspect has been charged with his murder. And investigators believe the suspect may have also murdered his accomplice who helped hide the victim’s body.
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Mary Sheriff has served as manager of Yazoo City’s Wendy’s for 25 years.
On Monday she began a new chapter with the popular local restaurant.
Genevieve Everett Warren Tarver, 91, of Yazoo City passed away Monday, February 17, 2020 at the Martha Coker Green House Houses.
Mrs. Tarver was a retired paralegal and secretary and a member of First Baptist Church.
Members of the Word of Truth Full Gospel Church are unable to drive to the church after the road washed out during last week’s heavy rainfall.
“Right now it’s not even safe to drive up the hill to their church,” said District 1 Supervisor Lee Moore.
John L. Paytas, 95, passed away at home on February 14, 2020, surrounded by his family. He was born in Pennsylvania on June 21, 1924 to Stephen and Karoline Paytas.
Foul play is now suspected in the case of a missing Yazoo County man.
The Yazoo County Sheriff’s Department has a suspect in custody, and a second suspect is being sought, in connection with the disappearance of Phillip Dunn.
Roma Young Morrow, born in Putnam, Texas on November 30, 1916, passed away peacefully on February 16, 2020 in Ridgeland.
Yazoo City's newly remodeled Wendy's reopened Monday morning with a crowd that included Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann. Wendy's will begin serving breakfast Tuesday morning.