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Deputies need the public’s assistance in locating a suspect who is considered Yazoo County’s Most Wanted.
Local businesses were full of shoppers during Yazoo’s Holiday Open House last Sunday. Marion Lee, Renee Erickson and Allie Moore browse over designer jewelry at Good Hope General Mercantile.
The late Griffin Norquist Sr. was a dedicated family man, a true gentleman, a committed attorney and an unselfish community leader. But he was also a hero.
Manchester Academy local spelling bee winners and alternates pictured from left are (front) Fourth Grade Winner Landon Russell, Alternate Epperson Kelly, (middle row) Fifth Grade Winner Joseph Bei
Ojee and Anna's Restaurant in Yazoo City recently held a ribbon cutting to let the community know they are open for business.







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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