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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Two citizens said the Yazoo County supervisors didn’t follow state law when it came to the recent redistricting of certain electoral boundaries.
However, the county board said they did everything properly and followed the law with the new district map.
David Rae Morris will show his documentary film “Yazoo Revisited: Integration and Segregation in a Deep Southern Town” in the auditorium of the Triangle Cultural Center in Yazoo City Monday April 13.
After nearly 25 years of law enforcement, there aren’t many emergencies Jack Willingham hasn’t responded to.
He has worked as a deputy for five sheriffs, including John McGinty, Buddy Passons, James Williams, Tommy Vaughan and Jake Sheriff.
Two Yazoo City men with a history of trouble with the law are back behind bars as suspects in the recent rash of downtown burglaries.
Christopher Rucker, 22, and Reginald Luckett, 25, are both charged with a number of burglaries, and the list continues to grow.
Yazoo City is sponsoring two significant events in April.
One is a day to bring residents, businesses and churches together to clean up the community.
The other is to give those who owe traffic fines a chance to settle up without going to jail.