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Caption: CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: The Hog Patrol in Yazoo City kills pesky feral hogs one of three common ways, including night hunting with infrared technology.
Yazoo city restaurant owner Mitchell Saxton said: "The roof was caving in, TVs flying off the shelves and it was horrible."
Hayden said: "Someone else's kitchen sink is where our kitchen used to be." Dale Thrasher was painting the walls of his local church in Yazoo City when the tornado landed.
Main, nothing but rubble remains of Hillcrest Baptist Church in Yazoo City, Mississippi., where several homes and businesses were destroyed by the touchdown of a tornado on Saturday; right, the bedroom of a home in Satartia, Miss, destroyed just after 80-year-old grandfather Clifford Trammell had been convinced to leave it and take cover
YAZOO CITY, April 25 -- Tornadoes ripped through four states in the South on Saturday, leaving broken crosses in front of a flattened church, splintering houses and overturning vehicles as they killed 10 people, including three children.
* A ten year fixed rate loan in the amount of $1,020,000 was obtained by Michael Volpe for a retail strip center located in Yazoo City, MS.
The narrator is a schoolboy named Sam, who lives in Yazoo City with a grandfather who is a despised pacifist.
A Radical epublican in Reconstruction-era Yazoo City, Miss., he had managed to get elected sheriff in 1873--briefly, and only after great trouble from local whites who for a time refused to vacate the courthouse.
This collection of poetry and prose is dedicated to Yazoo City, Mississippi.
Musician Arnold "Gatemouth" Moore, who gave up the blues and turned to preaching, died May 19 in Yazoo City, Miss., after a long illness.
TWO mothers were facing manslaughter charges today over the "home alone" deaths of five children, aged one to 10, killed in a fire while the women were at a nightclub in Yazoo City, Mississippi, yesterday.
Two mothers have been charged with negligent manslaughter after five of six home-alone children died in a fire in Yazoo City, Mississippi.