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The Manchester Academy Mavericks recently placed second in the MAIS AA North State Tournament held last week at Marshall Academy.

Game 1

Akeriunna Frierson goes up for a shot under pressure in Yazoo County’s 57-45 win over Hatley in the first round of the playoffs Monday night at home.

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.

Yazoo County High School administrators recently led a volunteer effort to bring a facelift to the basketball gym.

The Yazoo Herald brought home eight awards from the Mississippi Press Association’s 2018 Advertising Division Better Newspaper Contest, including three first-place honors.

Beautification of a local park, a community fruit orchard and enhanced downtown landscaping are among the projects heading to Yazoo City thanks to a recent grant.

James E. "Jimmy" Coleman Jr.

James E. “Jimmy” Coleman Jr. 67, of Yazoo City passed away Wednesday, February 23, 2019 at Baptist Memorial Hospital Yazoo.

Mr. Coleman was born June 18, 1951 in Yazoo County to James E. Coleman Sr. and Minnie Grace Hudson. He was a farmer and a Baptist.








Lloyd C. Passons

Lloyd C. Passons, 88, of Bentonia passed away at his residence Monday, February 11, 2019. A Cattleman he was a member of Melrose Baptist Church. He was also a U S Army Veteran serving in World War II.







Lois Ward

Lois Ward, 88, of Madison and formerly of Yazoo City, passed away Friday, February 8, 2019 at St. Dominic Jackson Memorial Hospital.


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