Superintendent Dr. Frederick Hill was sworn in as the new leader of the Yazoo City Municipal School District Tuesday night. He is pictured with David Starling and Judge Bennie K. Warrington.
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A local non-profit group was awarded over half a million dollars in grant funds from the state.
The Gateway Community Development District will receive $700,000 as part of an education and training grant applied for by the late Betty Reed, former director.
Fletcher Cox, fellow reigning Super Bowl champion Chris Long, and the nonprofit social enterprise First Book are delivering 6,000 brand new books to students at 35 Mississippi schools and programs this week to celebrate “First Quarter for Literacy Week (FQLW).”
Sheila Ann Chester, 53, of Ridgeland passed away Wednesday, January 30, 2019 at St Dominic's Jackson Memorial Hospital.
She was a homemaker and a Baptist.
Nora Dykes Martin passed away at 8:05 p.m. on Tuesday, January 29, 2019 at the Martha Coker Green Houses in Yazoo City.
Two suspects are behind bars after allegedly shooting a Yazoo City man down after an altercation.
Patrasheon Swinson and Jamerio Collum were both charged with attempted murder.
Two juvenile suspects were arrested in connection to the Delta Ace burglary that resulted in 12 stolen guns landing in the streets.
As of press time, the suspects were being charged as juveniles.
Buoyed by a highly successful Tech Movement pilot program that uses new automated irrigation techniques to boost row crop yields while conserving water, C Spire is ready to expand its partnership with farmers and smart equipment firms to provide network and information techno