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Best Spring Break Locations

Jacob Clouser, Sports Writer

March 8, 2017


Filed under Feature

It’s that time of the year, where the people from up north travel to the depths of their wallets to find warmth in the southern sunshine states, and even sometimes other countries. People have a tendency to try and get away from the hometown people, but most likely you’ll find them right there with you...

An Open Letter to Abbie Vansickle

An Open Letter to Abbie Vansickle

Emilee Gear, Editor

March 2, 2017


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Before reading, check out:  Coming Home To A Trump Town by Abbie Van Sickle You and I are very similar.  I too am from Carroll County (Flora to be exact). I am about to graduate from Delphi Community High School, much like you, but 16 years later.  I am involved with my community through service gr...

My top ten Mitchell’s orders

Olivia Livingston, staff writer

March 2, 2017


Filed under Feature, Uncategorized

As many of you may or may not know, I, Olivia Livingston, work at Mitchell’s Mexican Grill. I have been there for almost a year, and by this point I have the entire menu memorized by heart. I am usually not the person to ask for suggestions, because if you do happen to ask me, we might be there unti...

Boys click here: promposals to score you the best date this April

Boys click here: promposals to score you the best date this April

Ariel Wolfe, editor

February 27, 2017


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“It’s only February,” you might be thinking as opening this page. “Prom isn’t until April.” . . . Oh, buddy. ‘Tis high time to find yourself that perfect prom date. Surely you have had to be seeking out at least one special someone to have on your arm. Speaking from a girl's’ perspective we...

Thomas Jefferson: the father of macaroni and cheese

Bella McGill, Editor

February 24, 2017


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Thomas Jefferson is known for many things, chief among them being that he wrote the Declaration of Independence. He was the nation’s first Secretary of State, the second Vice President under John Adams, and the third President of the United States. Jefferson organized the Democratic-Republican party...

Try the grey stuff, it’s delicious

Try the grey stuff, it’s delicious

Bella McGill, Editor

February 24, 2017


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As of late, the internet has been blowing up about the new live-action Beauty and the Beast movie starring Emma Watson as Belle. Disney fans have been closely following tweets, behind-the-scenes photos, and movie trailers. Following the release of the latest teaser, a short clip of the musical’s first song ...

Indie singer Heather Maloney to perform at Delphi Opera House

Indie singer Heather Maloney to perform at Delphi Opera House

Bella McGill, Editor

February 23, 2017


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Heather Maloney―a Massachusetts based singer-songwriter―will be performing at the Delphi Opera House on Mar. 4, 2017 at 7:30 pm. Her performance can be expected to be radical and fun filled with folksy-yet-dynamic music unlike anything you’ve ever heard. Maloney recently released her fifth record, ...

Off with his head?

Hannah Alexander, Staff Writer

February 17, 2017


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It has recently been announced that the Queen can supposedly kill Donald Trump with a sword when he is in England and suffer no repercussions. This may seem amazing to many people, but is it true? The answer is—probably not. The story started out on a British satirical site called “The Daily Ma...

Norma McCorvey: the face behind Roe v. Wade

Bella McGill, Editor

February 14, 2017


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The case of Roe v. Wade is one of the most famous court cases in the history of the United States: Jane Roe, the pseudonym for a pregnant woman who wanted an abortion, versus District Attorney Henry Wade, who represented the state of Texas. On Jan. 22, 1973, the Supreme Court ruled that women had th...

Animal Planet’s “Puppy Bowl” helps shelter puppies find “forever homes”

Animal Planet’s “Puppy Bowl” helps shelter puppies find “forever homes”

Bella McGill, Editor

February 14, 2017


Filed under Feature, Showcase

This year was the fifty-first Super Bowl. It was also the thirteenth Puppy Bowl. What is the Puppy Bowl, you may be asking? The Puppy Bowl, which airs annually on Super Bowl Sunday on Animal Planet, simulates the Super Bowl by using puppies from animal shelters all across the country that are available ...

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