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Who's abusing his office now?

If Jim Hood truly believes that Tate Reeves abused his office to try to get an access road built — at taxpayers’ expense — to the gated community where the Republican lieutenant governor lives, then Hood needs to distance himself from investigating the matter.





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No injuries in fiery crash

Deputy Edward “Tra” Ferrell walks among heavy smoke and chairs that were spread along the highway after a car rear-ended a truck that was carrying a load of furniture in a trailer while volunteer firefighters work to put out the blazing car.





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Riding After a Dream

By JASON PATTERSON,
It all began when she was a little girl riding a stick horse.
Her love of horses has provided a lifetime of rewards to LeiAnn Waters. What began as a childhood pastime has turned into a lifestyle with many new friends made along the way.


Bill Beeson

Bill Beeson, Jr., 77, of Madison formerly of Yazoo City died Tuesday October 18, 2016 at his residence. He was a retired  process server and retired from C F Industries as well as a member of First Baptist Church Yazoo City.


Shirley Summerlin

Shirley Summerlin, 73, of Benton passed away Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at The Mississippi Baptist Medical Center in Jackson.  Shirley was from a large family in Durant and was married to her husband David for 53 years.


Moonlight and Mistletoe

Stayce Allen, with the Boys and Girls Club of the Mississippi Delta, presents a piece of artwork to former Governor Haley Barbour, who hosted the Moonlight and Mistletoe at his Wolf Lake home Tuesday night.


Roberta Ann Pyles

Roberta Ann Pyles, 57, died July 13, 2017.
Funeral services are Wednesday, July 19 at 11 a.m. at Center Ridge Cemetery.
Mrs. Pyles was born March 9, 1960 in Youngstown, Ohio to Robert Donald Bestwick and Mary J. Spanpurger Bestwick.




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