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Yazoo County natives Lake Shipp, Hallie Westbrook and Josie Harris (from left) were honored during the Holmes Community College Goodman Campus Honors Day.

Molly Foster swings hard for a hit as the Rockstars took on the Mud Slingers in youth softball action this week at the Wardell Leach Recreational Complex. See more photos inside this edition.

The Benton Academy Lady Raider Track team took First Place in the MAIS District AA Track Meet held at Pillow Academy on April 17. 

Yazoo County’s Alzavian Shelton won a state title Saturday in the 275 weight class at the 3A Powerlifting Championship at the Coliseum in Jackson.

Yazoo County residents Josie Harris, Bruce Ruschewski and Sarah Hardy took part in the Phi Theta Kappa Induction Ceremony on the Goodman Campus.

The Yazoo County Panthers are now back-to-back district champions after three wins last week.







James O. Moore

James O. Moore, known as “J.O.” or “Buddy” to his friends, passed away Thursday, April 18, 2019 at his home in Yazoo City.

Buddy was born August 16, 1926 to Robert Henry Moore and Roberta Westcott Moore in Germania, (Yazoo County) MS.








Alvie L. Jenkins

Alvie L. Jenkins, 93, of Ackerman formerly of Yazoo City, died Monday, April 15, 2019 at Choctaw Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

A retired educator with The Yazoo City School District’ he was a member of Calvary Baptist Church in Yazoo City.


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