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Thanks to an outpouring of community support, the local swimming pool is anticipated to open within the next week.

Things are looking bright for Yazoo County with many programs, funding and improvements heading its way thanks to the diligence of county leaders.

It’s not easy being a woman working in a male-dominated field. But for Jewelstine Moore, it comes naturally.

The Yazoo County Chamber of Commerce welcomed Elite Physical Therapy to its new location inside the 49 Junction Shopping Center last week as T McGraw cut the ribbon.

Joseph Beidleman launches a fastball as The Yazoo Herald team captured the Minor League title this week at the Wardell Leach Recreational Complex.

Mississippi Baptist Medical Center hosted free CPR training for 18 5th–12th-grade Yazoo County teachers on June 4 at Trinity Episcopal Church.







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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