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Benton Academy hosted a Grandparents Day celebration last week where grandparents of students were treated to a musical performance by elementary and kindergarten students.

Troop 75 participated in Scout Sunday at First United Methodist Church Sunday.

Alan Jordan, president of Regions Bank in Yazoo City, (left) spoke to the Yazoo City Rotary Club this week about changes in the banking industry.

Much like the original bell steeple overlooking the Yazoo landscape, Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church has overseen generations of its members for over a century. 
Becoming the superintendent of the Yazoo County School District was never something Becky Fisher saw in her future.  And now after serving in this post since 2012, she is announcing her retirement, starting on June 30.
In perfection, there is immortality.
A perfect season, a record, stands the test of time.
The trophies, engravings, photos, and memories will create a legacy that will last.

Freddie Stevens

Freddie Lamar Stevens, 66, of the Little Yazoo community passed away at his residence Thursday, January 4, 2018. Retired from Mississippi Power & Light Company, he was also owner-operator of Stevens Auto Body and Wrecker Service. He was of the Baptist Faith.

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