THIS WEEK'S HEADLINES IN THE MARCH 28 EDITION OF THE ELBERTON STAR
Traditional Kindergarten students visit historical sites
Kelly Hall’s kindergarten class visited several historical sites in a whirlwind trip a few weeks ago, and the visits included a trip to see the Georgia Guidestones. Shown in the photo are (L-R) Natasha Salas, Kensley Moore, Serenity Troutman, Jaslyn Ardister, Avery Neathery, Alaina Allen, Lavontae Allen, Jose Gonzales-Rivera, Damoni Thomas, Kingston Robertsn, Kevin Medina-Martinez, Malik Heard, Jericho Webb, Payne Pratt and Xavier Heard.
MORE HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK'S EDITION:
-FOUR lanes open April 2; New bridge over Broad River to be named William A. Kelly Memorial Bridge
-BOE to pay sheriff for four deputies
-Turner wants safe schools, but votes 'no' without MOU
-Bowman council approves marker for Clay Rooker
-County joins class action suit against manufacturers, distributors of opioids
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