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Your much awaited positive news sources
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
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...

Lake Freeman down 10 feet, still falling

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

Halloween festivities near Carroll County

Halloween festivities near Carroll County
October 28, 2020

You may be wondering what to do for this spooky season since there are so many limitations due to COVID-19.  Several Halloween activities in Carroll County have been canceled to ensure your safety. ...

Delphi welcomes new mayor

October 14, 2020

On Aug. 17, Mayor Anita Werling was appointed to office when former mayor Shane Evans resigned to become Carroll County Deputy Prosecutor. Her appointment marks the second woman to ever hold the position...

Annual apple orchard field trip to be virtual

Annual apple orchard field trip to be virtual
September 24, 2020

The field trip I’m sure we all remember, where we had the chance to pick golden delicious apples and witness a donkey magically transform into a horse, will not be a total loss for the kindergarteners...

Local businesses impacted differently by COVID-19

Store front of Stone House
September 16, 2020

“It was a scary time for my family that our business was forced to be closed for seven weeks. During that time, a lot of things go through your mind: How are we going to pay our bills? How are we going...

DCHS receives GEER grant

DCHS receives GEER grant
September 16, 2020

DCSC and Carroll School Corporation recently received the GEER grant from the state of Indiana. This grant will go towards new technology and connectivity improvement for the two school districts and their...

Katlyn’s Kerfuffle: a weekly podcast

September 14, 2020

In this week's episode, Katlyn interviews DCSC superintendent Mr. Dan Ronk about the $506,000 GEER grant that was awarded to the Carroll County schools to use for technology and better internet connectivity.

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