THIS WEEK'S HEADLINES IN THE MARCH 28 EDITION OF THE ELBERTON STAR

Students visit, among other things, Guidestones

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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