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October is Mental Health Awareness Month, and Warren Yazoo Behavioral Health is working to educate the community on the prevalence of mental illness and reduce the stigmas around seeking out help.

Manchester Academy senior Merrell Nichols recently participated in the MAIS A-AA All-Star Game, where she was named Most Valuable Player.

Thomas Dent, Director of Faith-Based and Volunteer Services for the Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services, recently spoke to the Yazoo City Lions Club about connecting local communities to the needs of foster care in Mississippi....

Raiders freshman JB Middleton had a breakout game Friday with two touchdowns and an interception that would have been a third score if it hadn’t been negated by a penalty.

Elsie Patterson leads a group of Micro League soccer players down the field in the opening game of the 2018 Youth Soccer season in Yazoo.  

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.





Selma A. McBeth

Selma A. McBeth, 88, of Yazoo City passed away Sunday, September 30, 2018 at The Martha Coker Green House Homes.

She was retired as lunch room manager and school bus driver at Benton School, Yazoo County School District and a member of Yazoo City Church of Christ.



Rachel O. Thrasher

Rachel O. Thrasher, 82, of Yazoo City passed away at her residence Sunday, September 30, 2018.

Mrs. Thrasher was a retired seamstress with E & W Manufacturing Company of the Baptist Faith.


Doris Posey

On Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018 Doris Posey, age 91, loving mother and grandmother, went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.








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