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Boys & Girls Club to host garage sale March 19

The Boys & Girls Club of Hopkins County will be holding a fundraiser Saturday, March 19, to raise funds for the summer program at the College Street facility.

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Hopkins County says farewell to Staff Sgt. Mays

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Residents and school children in Hopkins County and Winnsboro line the roadway from Greenville through Cumby, Sulphur Springs and Como to Winnsboro with yellow ribbons, waving flags and signs to show respect and honor Army Staff Sgt. Chauncy Mays who was killed in action Monday, Feb. 28, in Afghanistan. Mays’ body arrived in Greenville Wednesday afternoon. The motorcade which took Mays’ body from Greenville to Winnsboro included more than 200 Patriot Guard motorcyclists. Numerous law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency services personnel cleared the path and and were part of the procession. Services for SSGT Mays will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Lake Fork Baptist Church, with burial in Harmony Cemetery. Visitation from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday at Beaty Funeral Home. County Judge Chris Brown has ordered flags at all Hopkins County facilities be flown at half-mast on Friday to honor Mays.

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Staff Sgt. Chauncy Mays

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Scenes from the long trip home

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(Above)The Chaimson family honors Staff Sgt. Chauncy Mays Wednesday afternoon on the corner of Shannon Road and Highway 154.

 

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Honoring a fallen hero - Hopkins County bids farewell to Staff Sgt. Chauncy Mays

Residents and school children in Hopkins County (above) and Winnsboro (bottom right) line the roadway from Greenville through Cumby, Sulphur Springs and Como to Winnsboro with yellow ribbons, waving flags and signs to show respect and honor Army Staff Sgt. Chauncy Mays who was killed in action Monday, Feb. 28, in Afghanistan. Mays’ body arrived in Greenville Wednesday afternoon. The motorcade which took Mays’ body from Greenville to Winnsboro included more than 200 Patriot Guard motorcyclists. Numerous law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency services personnel cleared the path and and were part of the procession. Services for SSGT Mays will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Lake Fork Baptist Church, with burial in Harmony Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday at Beaty Funeral Home. County Judge Chris Brown has ordered flags at all Hopkins County facilities be flown at half-mast on Friday to honor Mays. Staff Photos by Luis Noble and Terry Mathews

Cowtown Society of Western Music crowns KSST’S Enola Gay Mathews Disc Jockey of the Year

When KSST radio personality Enola Gay Mathews heard Western Swing live for the first time, she fell deeply in love.

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