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“Let history be your judge.”

That was the message scribbled before Lindy Lou Isonhood moments before she decided whether or not to send a man to his death.

For over a century, the Bank of Yazoo City has stood as a testament of quality service, community dedication and loyal integrity.

Technology is rapidly changing the banking industry and the way many people handle their banking transactions.

Aubrey Hawkins eyes the runner in a race to first base as teammates Joie Beth Taylor and Maggie Alexander look on in a showdown between the Yazoo 6U All-Stars and Columbia at Monticello. Yazoo finished fifth and won the Sportsmanship Award.

At some point in time, nearly everyone has made a trip to a local pharmacy to pick up necessary medicine or to consult with a pharmacist about one or more of the medications they are taking.  Yazoo Drug Company of Yazoo City is committed to...

Promoting growth in a small town like Yazoo City is often left to local business owners and municipal leadership.  But in order to ensure that new developments such as freshly paved streets or improved drainage systems are designed properly,...


Sammy L. Collins

Sammy L. Collins, 74, of Brandon, passed away at his residence Thursday, May 10, 2018. Presently disabled he was an operator at Midland Container and a member of Lake Harbor Baptist Church.



Lillian M. Davis

Lillian M. Davis, 85, died May 8, 2018.

Funeral services are Saturday, May 12 at the Strickin-King Funeral Chapel with Rev. Lewis Kalil and Rev. Clint Ritchie officiating. Burial will follow at the Shelby Family Cemetery in Stringer.










Shirley A. Shive

Shirley A. Shive, 84, died April 27, 2018 at Hospice Ministries in Ridgeland.

Funeral services were Sunday at the Stricklin-King Funeral Home Chapel with Vivian Gooch officiating. Burial followed at Glenwood Cemetery.


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