Tommy Irvine Sr. (left) shakes Chancery Clerk Quint Carver’s hand after being sworn in as Yazoo County Tax Collector while his wife Nekather Irvine holds the Bible and his sister Mae Gower looks on.
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The annual Holiday Open House in Yazoo City proved to be another success as visitors began the shopping season with local merchants.
The Yazoo County Chamber of Commerce sponsored its annual event Sunday with 24 locally-owned businesses opening their doors.
Tamara Nekeda Dodd, the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. William Dodd, departed this life, Sunday, November 11, 2018, in the afternoon at Mississippi Baptist Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi.
A Yazoo County man remains behind bars after he allegedly attacked his friend, believing to have killed him.
James Ellett, 58, was charged with aggravated assault last Tuesday.
Two juveniles were arrested this in week in connection with an attempted armed robbery at a local gas station.
Cpt. William Nevels, with the Yazoo City Police Department, said two 15-year-old males were charged with attempted armed robbery last Tuesday.
After a housing commissioner was banned from the building, the Yazoo City Housing Authority will move to another location.
Local housing leaders put the legal circus of who is representing their agency to rest during a Monday meeting.
Bettye J. Roark, 85, of Yazoo City passed away Thursday, November 8, 2018 at The Martha Coker Green Homes in Yazoo City.
Mike Espy received strong support from his hometown voters as he carried Yazoo County with 52.48 percent of the vote.
Espy, who will face Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith in a runoff on Nov. 27, received 3,804 votes to Hyde-Smith’s 2,792.