Today's Top Stories

Phillip Castillo was living a life that promised easy money, beautiful women and respect among his friends and even enemies.

Four local students were recently awarded the Kyle Wallace Memorial Scholarship.  Pictured are Kyana Greer, Jamie Wallace, Kalyn Young, Tolar Purvis and Hayes Bardwell.

A partnership has developed among the Yazoo County School District and the community it serves during the tenure of Dr. Ken Barron.

And it’s a partnership meant to be.

When Bryan Jones first entered into the banking business, he admits that he was nervous that he didn’t know what he was doing.

It has been two years since Kiristi Mills took the helm of the Yazoo County Chamber of Commerce, and she remains committed to moving Yazoo forward.

Thanks to an outpouring of community support, the local swimming pool is anticipated to open within the next week.





Bill Sills

Joseph Harris “Bill” Sills entered his eternal rest on May 14, 2019 surrounded by his family. Bill was born December 11th, 1932 at Silver Creek, Mississippi, to Charles B. Sills and Mildred Thompson Sills.




Judy Nail Barker

Judith Nail Barker, a graduate of Yazoo City High School and former photographer for The Yazoo Herald, entered into Glory on May 2, 2019, at her home in Starkville, Mississippi.  She is survived by her former husband, Granville Barker, son Benjamin Barker and her daughter Abi








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