Yazoo County High School administrators recently led a volunteer effort to bring a facelift to the basketball gym.
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The Yazoo County School District welcomed three new sports to its athletic program for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year.
The district school board approved the addition of middle school baseball, middle school softball and soccer during last week’s meeting.
For the last sixty years, ornately framed engagement pictures of local brides and newlyweds have been featured on the registry table inside the front window at the Arnett Jewelry Store on Main Street. At 84 years old, owner Ann Arnett said she will be closing her shop in a f
A local hardware store was burglarized twice in one week, resulting in 12 guns and more stolen from inside.
Delta Ace Hardware was first broken into last Friday around 3 a.m. and again on Sunday around 11 p.m.
Preparations for the 2020 Census are already underway with many temporary jobs available.
Continued population loss is a concern for many, thus kicking the campaign into heavy job recruitment and public participation.
Local restaurant owner Johnny Crow recently resigned from his post of chairman of the Yazoo County Convention and Visitors Bureau board.
Crow’s letter of resignation was submitted last month with the post remaining opening as of press time.
Candidates are already completing the requirements to qualify for county posts in the upcoming Yazoo County elections.
Applications for homestead exemption will be taken until April 1, 2019.
Applications will be accepted at the Yazoo County Courthouse from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, until April 1.