THIS WEEK'S HEADLINES IN THE JUNE 14 EDITION

Dye has faith that 'someone will take a stand some day'

At the tender age of 26, Shakina Khiry Dye is looking for a chance at a normal life -- and a kidney donor that will help in giving her one.

Dye, who spends three days a week going to her dialysis appointments while raising her three children (a 10-year-old son and 3-year-old twins, a daughter and son), was diagnosed with kidney disease in eighth grade. (Read Dye's full story in the June 14 edition of The Elberton Star.)

 

MORE HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK'S EDITION:

-Armed, dangerous: State inmates kill corrections officers, remain on the run

-School board expected to approve FY 2017-18 budget next week

-Bell asks BOE to consider digital upgrade for teachers

-Eagle Granite, MollerTech nominated by ATC as 'Manufacturers of the Year'

-Proposed church prompts zoning revision

-Woman seriously injured in accident on Calhoun Falls Highway Saturday

Read these headlines and more in the June 17 edition of The Elberton Star or Subscribe here. 

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