Last week's meeting of the Yazoo City school board began with several individuals raising questions about the way the board handles several issues, including parliamentary procedure during the meetings, keeping the community informed about city school matters, the hiring of a
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The same suspect could possibly be behind three recent business burglaries within the city.
The Yazoo City Police Department is currently following some strong leads through their investigations of a recent rash of burglaries that began earlier this week.
The Yazoo community can experience redemption, rebirth and renewal with the upcoming Redeeming Grace: Women’s Conference.
First Baptist Church presents its second annual women’s conference on March 27-28 with two days of fellowship, praise and worship.
In an effort to deter future thefts and unnecessary traffic, a portion of Eagle Bend Road could be closed by the Yazoo County Board of Supervisors.
Walmart officials are scheduled to close on the property for the Yazoo City store March 28, according to Wayne Morrison, Yazoo City Public Service Commission (PSC) engineer. Construction will begin soon after Walmart has bought the property.
Six months after an elderly woman was brutally attacked in her Yazoo City home, the case has been moved over to new investigators.
When John Gayton moved to the frontier town of Seattle in the late 1880s, he was unaware that he would make history.
At the age of 18 years old, he was a well educated, intelligent and proud black man. And he was eager to make a name for himself.