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Every January, the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday is a big hit for many Yazooans.  Barbecue cookouts and football games are common for adults, while children get to enjoy a free day out of school.  
Kenneth Hampton is not one to shy away from pursuing criminals or a cause. 
The Parks and Recreation Commission in Yazoo City will be making changes to its spring and summer programs in an effort to adjust to budget cuts.
When most people look at old reclaimed wood, window panes, and rusted metal, they don't see much, but one local artist takes these pieces and turns them into  beautiful works of art.   
Good friends and great food, that was how Holly Coleman celebrated her store's 20th Anniversary on Thursday.

The Martha Coker Green Houses recently held a dedication ceremony for their new Pavilion to honor the Mary Brickell Circle's 130 Years of service. The ceremony took place on Friday, December 15, 2017 at 11 a.m.

Carol Kay Willingham

Carol Kay Willingham, 75, of Benton originally of Yazoo City passed away Thursday January 4, 2017 at Baptist Medical Center- Yazoo. A retired LPN at King's Daughters Hospital she was a member of Fletchers Chapel United Methodist Church.

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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