Today's Top Stories

When Tim and Judy Davis decided to open a feed store on Highway 3 in Yazoo City, they thought it would be an easy-going job.

Robbie Roberts describes himself as a “writer in the raw.”

The Yazoo City native recently published Tales from Yazoo and Beyond, and the work is filled with memories of a bygone era mixed with modern commentary.

Over the past few years Anthony Carlyle had built a dynasty while the head coach at 3A Velma Jackson High School.

He has been a business owner, even owned a few successful beauty schools. He’s been an outdoors writer, comfortable in the woods like second nature. He has organized a mud derby race, and garnered a reputation for playing in the mud.

Dah-h-lin, well aren’t you so precious.

It is a greeting that only comes from a genuine Southern lady. And Mrs. Flo Selby is that lady.

Tim Singleton has grown up in the business world.  Being a member of a family owned and operated business meant that everyone was working after school and on the weekends, just to make sure that the business was a success.

Marie Thrash

Marie Thrash, 67, of Yazoo City passed away February 1, 2018 at Mississippi Baptist Memorial Medical Center in Jackson. 
She was a homemaker and a Baptist.

Susie M. Bull

Susie M. Bull passed away at age 88, on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at home in Benton. Susie was the daughter of J.E. Bull and Edna Broadfoot Bull. Susie was preceded in death by her parents and her brother John E. Bull.