White, of Wayside, MS, Debra Wools of Colony, KA, and Margaret Bryant of Flowood, Ms Visitation will be at Stricklin-King Funeral Home in Yazoo City Monday August 28 – A. Graveside services will be Monday August 28 at Coopersville Baptist Church Cemetery in Morton, MS. Adams (Gloria), and Rene Adams Thompson (Greg), his grandchildren Lindsey Taulbee Broadus (Craig), Christopher Brian Adams (Rebecca), Aaron Ryan Adams (Renee), William Howard Adams, Whitney Graham Hardison (Russell), Elizabeth Adams Ellet (Mike), Andrew Taz Alias (Mary Kendal), Caitlyn Rae Adams, Cody Lee Thompson, Macey Elise Adams, and ten great grandchildren. Adams will be remembered most for his exemplary Christian values, his deep rooted devotion to his wife and family, and his many years of public service. Adams served his country in the United States Army from 1956-1959. Celebration of the life of William Bryant Adams, Sr. A homemaker she was a member of Parkview Church of God. Internment will follow in Midway Baptist Church Cemetery with Rev. He was predeceased by his parents Curtis Woods and Pearlie Wiltcher Woods; brothers, Wesley (Imogene), Luther (Christine), Charlie (Lorene), Leon (Nell), Johnny (Louise) and sister Lida Downs (Grady). Woods was a life-long resident of Yazoo County, leaving only to serve his country during the Korean Conflict as a hospitalist in the Navy for four years. Woods attended Benton Public Schools where he met the love of his life since 7th grade, Betty Lou Williams.
Betty Saxton Potter, 75, of Yazoo City passed away at her residence Tuesday August 22, 2017. Internment will follow in the Saxton Family Cemetery located at Kenny Saxton's residence in the Midway Community. Adams is preceded in death by his parents and one grandson, Jeremy Cleo Graham. He retired from the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics following a lucrative career in law enforcement, which was his true passion. Adams was employed by the Yazoo County Sheriff’s Office, the Pascagoula Police Reserves, Bellaire Texas Police Department, and the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department. Adams had an unwavering assurance that God was the forefront of his existence. His strong belief in Christ was evident through both his words and his actions. Adams was an extraordinary role model to younger generations and was his absolute happiest when he was surrounded by those he loved. Adams never met a stranger, and to know him was to love him. will be held at Stricklin-King Funeral home in Yazoo City on Wednesday August 23, 2017. Survivors are her husband Jeff Hasty, aunt; Rita & Jery Hopkins of Saucier, MS, brothers Tommy Boyanton & Buddy Boyanton of Yazoo City, ½ brothers; Daniel Douglas & David Hester of Westland, MI, and by her puppy an Australian Shepard “Bandit”. Both attended Holmes Junior College after graduation and before he joined the Navy.
We currently have three Parole Specialists, four Re-Entry Officers, five Drug Court Officers, nine Sex Offender Specialists and one Female Transition Officer.The following Regional Adult Learning Centers and satellite sites are open to serve the public who need basic education and secondary education services.For many years she was employed as a bookkeeper at Yazoo Industries and retired as bookkeeper at Delta Ace Hardware. Survivors are her husband; Paul Gresham Jones, Sr., sons; Daniel C. Joseph Montgomery of Baptist Medical Clinic for the compassionate care and tenderness that they provided for Mr.(Lynn) Thrasher of Yazoo City, Ralph Thrasher of San Diego, CA, Paul Jones, Jr of Casper WY, & Bryan Jones of Columbia, MS, granddaughter; Tammie Lee Ann Thrasher of Yazoo City, grandsons; Michael Carlile of Yazoo City, & John Christian Gallagher of Yazoo City, sisters; Gail C. Adams and his family during the final days of his life. Robin Renee Boyanton Hasty, 54, of Benton passed away at her residence Friday August 18, 2017. Woods August 15 at at Glenwood Cemetery, in Yazoo City, MS. Woods passed away on Saturday, August 12 at the Mississippi State Veterans Home in Kosciusko, MS, at the age of 86.The mission of the State Bar Association is to promote justice and to serve the lawyers and the people of North Dakota.
In the late 1890s and early 1900s, residents near the tiny town of Niagara, in the new state of North Dakota, began to hear strange noises in the night.Parole and Probation Services consists of ninety five (95) staff with seventy five (75) sworn officers whom operate from sixteen (16) district offices located throughout the state.Parole and Probation Services is also responsible to complete Pre-Sentence Investigations as ordered by the state district courts.It was strange behavior from a man who was known to be a wealthy, successful farmer, if somewhat reclusive.The townsfolk had no idea that, in the coming years, the story of Eugene Butler would get much stranger.Admire the Art Deco architecture of the Capitol, the tallest building in North Dakota.