Today's Top Stories

Heading into the second round of the playoffs Water Valley was expected to be the team that was finally going to present a serious threat to unbeaten Yazoo County.

Kayla Willingham gets a hug from Santa while Kaidence Dent waits her turn Sunday at Yazoo Drug Company during Holiday Open House. Shoppers packed local participating businesses during the biggest shopping day of the year.

“When’s God’s people are faithful, He shows up.”
That statement certainly held true when a local church association had the exact funds, down to the penny, to purchase two church buildings in Cuba. 

Hillary Sapanski is pictured crossing the finish line Saturday morning in the Yazoo Delta Half Marathon.

The Yazoo Chamber of Commerce welcome Vapor Scene to downtown Yazoo City as the community’s newest business Monday. Vapor Scene offers a full line of vaping products.

Principal Jana Bardwell looks on as Yazoo County High School Football players Jesse Henderson, Alphonso Ray, Cherokee Edwards and Laraveon Edwards, shave Deputy Sheriff Dustin Wadford's head Monday morning.

Susan Crowder Jordan

God our Father and His Lord Christ called Susan Crowder Jordan home to be with them on Sept. 5, 2017.
Until her unexpected passing, Mrs. Jordan lived with her husband in a home they’d built not far outside the city limits of Vernon, Alabama.

Sharrie L. Saxton

Sharrie L. Saxton, 72, of Eden passed away Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at Baptist Medical Center in Jackson. 
A Certified Nurse Assistant at Mid Delta Home Health, she was a member of Eden Baptist Church.

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