John Douglas “Doug” Gordon, 60, of Yazoo City passed away peacefully Friday, July 13, 2018 at his home. A native of Yazoo City, he was a heavy equipment operator and of the Baptist faith.
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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.
A convicted felon was arrested this week after he allegedly drew a firearm upon deputies when he was discovered with a number of stolen items.
Cleotha Watkins was charged with burglary, failure to comply and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
The deadline for anyone interested in running for Yazoo County Tax Collector is September 7.
A special election will be held Nov. 6 to fill the post vacated by former Tax Collector Travis Crimm Jr., who retired at the end of June.
Stanley Clay “Stan” Montgomery passed away Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at Baptist Medical Center in Jackson. He was 70.
A native of Yazoo City, born October 9, 1947, he was the son of the late Clay E. “Red” Montgomery and the late Agnes Johnson Montgomery.
Technology is rapidly changing the banking industry and the way many people handle their banking transactions.
BankPlus is adapting to those changes and offering the most modern services, but one thing that will never change is their approach to community banking.
Wilbur “Wolf” Sanford, who died Saturday at age 85, made many positive contributions to this community during his lifetime.
While several nightclub owners are adamant about remaining open late, the truth is that none of them should be open at all according to city leaders.