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The Holmes Community College Yazoo County Educational Center is offering community classes this fall.
The annual benefit banquet for the Oakes African American Cultural Center was held over the weekend at the L.T. Miller - H.A. Scott Community Center. Remona Suttlar was the keynote speaker.
Although it’s only the first week of school at Covenant Christian School, learning is already taking a fun turn.
The Manchester Academy Lady Mavericks won their first district game on Monday, shutting out Greenville St. Joe 13-0 in four innings.
Benton Academy varsity cheerleaders Grace Jones, Abigail Edge and Anna Rose Willingham were named All Americans at cheer camp on the campus of the University of Southern Mississippi.

Penelope Jackson

Penelope S. Jackson, 77, of Yazoo City passed away Friday, July 19, 2019 at the Martha Coker Green Houses. Mrs. Jackson was a member of First United Methodist Church in Yazoo City.She was a longtime emergency room nurse at King's Daughters Hospital and Martha Coker.


James Paul Luby

James Paul Luby, 74, of Benton passed away at his brother’s home on Wednesday, July 17, 2019.

Mr. Luby was a retired English teacher who earned the Mississippi Teacher of the Year Award in 1990.









Jobe Miller

Brother Jobe Ray Miller, 88, of Yazoo City passed away Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at Baptist Memorial Hospital - Yazoo.


Julian Eugene Wolfe

Julian Eugene Wolfe, 64,  of Vicksburg died Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at Merit Health River Region Health Facility in Vicksburg.

Survivors include his son Chad Wolfe, 3 grandchildren, sister Peggy Baker of Greenwood, and a brother; Pat Spencer of Delta, LA.





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