Ever since the closing of Cindi's Gifts of Distinction, the bright purple building on the corner of Jefferson Street and Main has seemed empty, leaving a blank space in the colorful business section of Yazoo City.
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The University of Mississippi soon will be home to a bipartisan center named after alumnus Haley Barbour, a major architect of national politics who served two terms as governor of Mississippi.
Funeral services for Rebecca “Pennye” Scroggins, 73, of Natchez who died October 24, 2018 at Merit Health Natchez were Sunday at Laird Funeral Home Chapel with Brother Ronnie Randall officiating.
Jo Ann Moore Harris 83, of Madison was called home to be with the Lord on October 24, 2018 in Madison.
Cheryl Elaine Polk Hughes was born March 14, 1956 in Bastrop, LA, however she lived most of her life in Yazoo City. Cheryl passed away October 25, 2018 at The Mississippi Baptist Medical Center in Jackson with her family by her side.
Travis H. Broocks passed away peacefully in his sleep on October 21, 2018, at Baptist Memorial Hospital of Columbus, after a brief illness. He was known in the community as a kind and gentle man who was quick to laugh and always eager to lend a hand.
Deputies arrested a pair in connection with credit card fraud, adding that some victims may not even know they were scammed yet.
Kevin Grady, 24, and Cherish Cowans, 23, were both charged with four counts of credit card fraud and two counts of identity theft.
One city alderman said the issues with financially backing the Parks and Recreation Commission are strictly politics.