Light Up Yazoo Christmas Decorating Contest

Don’t forget the Light Up Yazoo Christmas Decorating contest. There is no entry fee, just decorate your home, business or church and you could win! All you have to do is call to register your home, business, church, etc.

Yazoo County Fair Open Friday

For 91 years the Yazoo County Fair has brought fun, food, and exciting rides and entertainment to Yazoo.   This year will be no different.  The Yazoo County Fair will open Friday, October 11, 2019 at 6pm and be here for 9 big days with Miller Spectacular on the Midway. ... Read More.

Benton Academy – Fields of Faith Wednesday

Benton Academy's Fellowship of Christian Athletes will have their "Fields of Faith" program on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 at 6:30 pm on the football field. Bro. Christopher Hudson will be the featured speaker. Come be a part of this special service, Wednesday, October 9th at Benton Academy at 6:30... Read More.

Yazoo City, MS’s America in Bloom Award Results Announced

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 6, 2019 Laura A. Kunkle America in Bloom Executive Director Yazoo City, MS’s America in Bloom Award Results Announced (Columbus, OH): Top honors for the prestigious 2019 America in Bloom National Awards Program were announced at the annual symposium and awards celebration held in St. Charles, Illinois on October... Read More.

Yazoo County Players and Coach Make 2019 Bernard Blakwell All-star Roster

Congratulations to Yazoo County Senior Linebacker Alphonso Ray and Senior Wide Receiver Corey Rucker for being selected to play in the 2019 Bernard Blackwell Classic All-Star Football Game in December. They have been placed on the North Team Roster. Yazoo County head football coach Jermaine Dobbs has also been selected as an... Read More.

Statewide Burn Ban In Affect

From Governor Phyl Bryant: The State has been and will continue to be adversely affected by extremely dry conditions, and as a result wildfires are occurring increasingly over wide areas of... Read More.

Yazoo County Added to the Burn Ban

JACKSON, MISS. – Four more countywide burn bans have been approved by the Mississippi Forestry Commission (MFC). On Friday afternoon, the MFC approved burn bans for Clay, Franklin, Prentiss and Yazoo counties. There are now 13 counties with approved burn bans in place. Follow this link for up-to-date information about current... Read More.