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Yazoo City sophomore guard William Grayson was named Most Valuable Player after posting 10 points, 4 assists and 2 rebounds to lead the Indians to a 54-32 victory over Jackson Academy in the Rumbl
James Cummins, executive director of Wildlife Mississippi, and Marsha Barbour, who serves on the organization’s Board of Directors, spoke to the Yazoo City Lions Club last week about the nonprofit
Yazoo County Lady Panther Catherine Collum drives to the basket during Friday’s game against the Magee Trojans. The Lady Panthers held off the Trojans for a 65 to 49 win.
Epperson Kelly, Lane Woods, Jaden Cerda, and Rush Melton got up close and personal with "front row seats" to a recent Manchester Academy basketball game.
Linwood Elementary cheerleaders pictured from left are (front) Laila Ware, Jocelyn Green, Caitlyn Ware, Kelsey Dorsey, Joshlyn Smith, Qaida Wright, (back) coach Julisha Lee, Jaspernya McGee, Skyla









Rea Thomas Waters

Rea Thomas Waters, 86, entered the gates of Heaven on November 8, 2019.

Visitation is Saturday, November 16 from 10 a.m. to noon, with service at noon at Stricklin-King Funeral Home in Yazoo City.  Graveside service and fellowship is at Bethlehem Baptist Church.





Patterson to speak at “Politicians, Preachers & Polecats; Writing about Delta Characters and the Place That Created Them” forum

By THE YAZOO HERALD,

The Millsaps College Arts and Lecture Series on November 12 will feature the unique Delta culture and some of the writers who have shared their stories of the Delta.


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