Today's Top Stories

With over 200 documented homeless people within the Yazoo community, progress is being made to provide shelter and direction to a new life thanks to a volunteer-based organization. 

Yazoo County Tax Collector Travis Crimm was recently thanked for his service as president of the Mississippi Assessors and Collectors Association by incoming president Leroy Belk. 

Alan Jordan, outgoing Yazoo City Rotary Club president, (left) is thanked for his service by new president Jason Patterson. Jordan is the president of Regions Bank in Yazoo City. Patterson is the editor and publisher of The Yazoo Herald. 

Jamey Carter, outgoing president of the Yazoo City Lions Club, (right) passes the gavel to new president David McPhail. McPhail is serving his second term as the club's president. 

Thanks to the successful band program at Yazoo County High School,  Justein Jenkins has been awarded a full band scholarship to Mississippi Valley State University.

Larry White with AA Calibration Services has tranformed two acres of his business property into a thriving garden in an effort to educate the children of King Solomon M.B. Church and the Boys and Girls Club about the importance of gardening.