An old advertisement for the Stonewall Estates subdivision mentioned the possibility of a new school and depicted the stone walls for which the Bluegrass is known.
An old advertisement for the Stonewall Estates subdivision mentioned the possibility of a new school and depicted the stone walls for which the Bluegrass is known.
An old advertisement for the Stonewall Estates subdivision mentioned the possibility of a new school and depicted the stone walls for which the Bluegrass is known.

Is Stonewall Elementary named for Confederate general, or a legacy of masonry?

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  • Video shows how deep family members had to dig to finish grave

    Family members of 33-year-old Krystina Gilbert dug the remainder of an unfinished grave Thursday at Athens Boones Creek Cemetery because it was only 3-feet deep when they arrived at 1 p.m. for the 2 p.m. service, Roger Gilbert, Krystina’s husband, said. The cemetery caretaker now disputes the family's version of events.