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DCHS hosts 5th annual This I Believe event

Elyse Perry, editor March 15, 2021

On Tuesday, March 9, the Delphi Community High School English department hosted the fifth annual This I Believe event in the Little Theater. The event, which was sponsored by the Delphi Educational Foundation,...

The Carroll County food pantry has been running on limited volunteers during COVID.

Carroll County Food Pantries meet basic and emergency needs

Emily Mears, staff writer March 3, 2021

The Carroll County food pantry was started by the Carroll County Council of Churches in the 1970s. In 1981 The Carroll County Food Pantry became an independent, nonprofit corporation. The food pantries...

Myanmar coup enrages world leaders; Biden reinstates sanctions

Myanmar coup enrages world leaders; Biden reinstates sanctions

Alyssa Bruner, staff writer February 17, 2021

   On the morning of Feb. 1, 2021, a coup d'état (which is defined as a sudden, violent, and illegal seizure of power from a government) occurred in the Southeast Asian nation of Myanmar, in the nation’s...

New store to open in Delphi

New store to open in Delphi

Elyse Perry, editor February 3, 2021

A new store is coming to Delphi. On Feb. 8, a QC Supply is moving into 1576 W Highway 421 next to the Town and Country Barber Shop. The store will be selling products from clothing to hog gates. While...

Abby and Libby: nearly four years later

Abby and Libby: nearly four years later

Emily Mears, staff writer February 3, 2021

On Feb. 13, 2017 the world changed for all of us whether we knew it at the time or not. At 1:30 in the afternoon, Liberty’s older sister, Kelsi, dropped her and Abby off at the Monon High Bridge near...

Delphi paving the way with electric bus purchase

Delphi paving the way with electric bus purchase

Emily Mears, staff writer January 20, 2021

On Dec. 8, 2020, Delphi received an electric bus after applying for it through Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM). The idea for an electric bus came from former superintendent, Mr. Briles,...

Your much awaited positive news sources

Your much awaited positive news sources

Ava Charnley December 9, 2020

In most of our mainstream media we see the sky rocketing COVID-19 numbers, the negative side of politics, and the world’s fast-paced changes that deal with the issues at hand. Sometimes we just need...

New coffee shop to open in Delphi

New coffee shop to open in Delphi

Jessica Powlen, Staff Writer November 24, 2020

Are you looking for a place to grab your morning coffee on your way to work?  Or a hangout spot for you and your friends?  Well, a new coffee shop, Fika, owned by Kaila Brooks, is expected to open in...

A ten foot drop in water has caused large expanses of the lake bed to visible.

Lake Freeman down 10 feet, still falling

Elyse Perry, editor November 4, 2020

In early August, the Oakdale Dam, which releases water from Lake Freeman into the Tippecanoe River, began letting more water out of the lake than was coming into it. Now, a couple months later, Lake Freeman...

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