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The art of crochet is a skill that is often passed down from generation to generation as the years go by.
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.

Carolyn Bridgforth

After ninety-six years of family and friends, of love and prayer, Carolyn Byrd (Watkins) Bridgforth finally got to go home to her beloved Bebe and her Savior Jesus Christ on Sunday morning. 







Gloria Luby Pettigrew

Gloria Luby Pettigrew, 74, passed into the arms of Jesus on Thursday, November 21, 2019 at her home in Braxton.

Funeral services were Sunday at Chancellor Funeral Home in Florence. Burial followed at New Covenant Church Cemetery in Harrisville.





Jane Wilson

Jane S. Wilson, 89, of Yazoo City passed away at her residence Saturday November 23, 2019. A retired merchant she was a member of First Baptist Church.



Charles Roy Ward

Charles Roy Ward, was born March 3, 1934 and is survived by sisters Winnie Lee, Betty, Mary, Carolyn and brother Billy.  He is also survived by his son Charles Joseph “Joey” Ward and three much-loved grandchildren Charles Scott, Kristen Meagan and Brittany Nicole; great grand


David Chisolm

David H. Chisolm, 79, of the Coxburg Community in Yazoo County. A retired teacher with The Yazoo City School District he was a member of Southside Baptist Church in Yazoo City.


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