Boy Scout Troop 75 recently held their fall Court of Honor at First United Methodist Church. Reed Miller, Herman Green, and Michael Dunn earned several merit badges at Warren A Hood Boy Scout Reservation over the summer.
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In the midst of several allegations and controversy surrounding the Yazoo City Housing Authority, new director Alpreston Billings said she is “overwhelmed” with questions she said should be directed to the former board commissioners and executive director.
Two young men died after an accident early Friday morning on Fletcher’s Chapel Road.
Hayden Tyler Whitworth, 18, and Taylor Ryan Stevens, 17, are being mourned by many in the community after a one-car crash took both of their lives.
Patricia Rutland, 75, of Flora passed away at St. Dominic-Jackson Memorial Hospital Saturday, September 22, 2018.
A homemaker, she was of the Baptist faith.
Taylor Ryan Stevens, 17, of Bentonia passed away Saturday September 22, 2018 at The University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson. He was employed in husbandry and of the Baptist faith.
Cooking instructional classes are heading to Yazoo City thanks to the Yazoo Arts Council.
Angie Coghlan will be leading two adult art education classes this fall. Those classes include:
With witnesses refusing to cooperate, charges have been dismissed against the two suspects charged with the murder of Billy Ray Peeples.
The Yazoo City Housing Authority has canceled its credit card and will now handle many of its expenses through paper checks, following a request by The Yazoo Herald for its credit card records.
Hayden Tyler Whitworth, 18, of Yazoo City died Friday, September 21, 2018.
Services will be held at First Baptist Church Monday, September 24 with visitation starting at noon until the 2 p.m. service. Burial will follow in the Whitworth Family Cemetery.