Today's Top Stories

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.

The world of adult education is dramatically changing for the better, and the Pugh family of Yazoo City is happy to be a part of it.
Myra Faye Lancaster (right) joined the Bank of Yazoo City in 1973.  She began her career as an Exchange Teller whose duty was to issue official checks and money orders.

Otto Browning

Otto B. Browning, Jr., 70, of Madison passed away at St. Catherine's Village Thursday July 6, 2017. Retired from farming, he was a member of First Baptist Church- Yazoo City, and a U. S.

Jessie Joe Osborne

Jessie Joe Osborne, 80, of Bentonia passed away Thursday July 6, 2017 at Mississippi Baptist Medical Center in Jackson. A retired contractor, owner of Osborne Grocery, was employed by W. S.

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