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Hurricane Matthew hurts Caribbean and United States

Hurricane Matthew hurts Caribbean and United States

Carol Johnson, staff writer

October 14, 2016


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Hurricane Matthew, a category five hurricane, first hit land on Oct. 4. Haiti and Cuba were the first victims of the storm. The winds were not the main cause of death and damages. Severe flooding has left Haiti in a state of emergency with over 1,000 reported deaths and over a million people in need....

Clinton’s pneumonia a non-issue

Hannah Alexander, staff writer

September 23, 2016


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Everybody gets sick. It is just a fact of life. So, why is it such a big deal when Hillary Clinton gets sick? Recently, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had pneumonia. This diagnosis has led to a huge debate over Clinton’s physical health and even her ability to be president. Here are the ...

JonBenet Ramsey: 20 years and no justice

JonBenet Ramsey: 20 years and no justice

Bella McGill, Editor

September 20, 2016


Filed under Feature, News

JonBenet Ramsey. The name is most likely not familiar to the students of Delphi Community High School. We weren’t born when she was brutally murdered on Christmas and found hanging in her basement the next day. We weren’t alive to watch the news as the nation lamented the loss of the adorable little...

Brock Turner released from prison three months ahead of schedule

Bella McGill, Editor

September 20, 2016


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Brock Turner, the then-nineteen-year old male who sexually assaulted an unconscious woman, was released from the Santa Clara County Jail on Sept. 2, 2016 after only three months in prison. His original sentence, just six months, had already received much attention, but now that his sentence has been...

Delphi hosts third annual Bacon Fest

Olivia Livingston, staff writer

September 20, 2016


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The third year of Delphi’s Bacon Fest was another success. Each summer since 2013, local restaurants have provided delicious food and talented singers have belted out their tunes as thousands of people flock to Delphi to take part in the festivities. According to Julia Leahy, Executive Directo...

Khan Academy provides SAT prep

Khan Academy provides SAT prep

Emily Hudson, staff writer

September 14, 2016


Filed under News, Student Life

As the upperclassmen look toward applying for college and the requirements it takes, the SAT generally shows itself fairly quickly. Khan Academy and College Board have teamed up to provide an entire series of videos, lessons, and practices dedicated to test prep for the SAT and other college level te...

2016 Election overview

Carol Johnson, staff writer

September 13, 2016


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The 2016 presidential election has been a hot topic since 2015. It has been a long, bumpy, controversial road and in the final stretch, decisions need to be made. The United States kicked off election season with 23 candidates, 17 republicans and 6 democrats. From the get-go, Donald Trump stole the sho...

Tornado ravages Kokomo

Emily Hudson and Daniel Jakes

September 8, 2016


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Natural disasters are nothing out of the ordinary; they happen every year across the world in random places. You never think that something that can cause so much damage and heart break can happen to you until it does. On Wednesday, Aug. 24, three tornadoes tore through Kokomo, Indiana, which brought...

“Voice” singer Christina Grimmie shot and killed

Hannah Irelan, Editor

August 24, 2016


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On June 10, 2016, “Voice” singer Christina Grimmie was shot and killed by a man police identified the next day. Grimmie was signing autographs at a meet-and-greet that night when a man approached her and opened fire. She was rushed to the hospital where she died within the hour. Police reports un...

Barnes & Noble fires CEO

Barnes & Noble fires CEO

Bella McGill, Editor

August 22, 2016


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Ronald D. Boire stepped down as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Barnes & Noble after less than a year of service. Boire is the third CEO to leave Barnes & Noble in the past three years. His successor, Michael P. Huseby, resigned to take up the position of executive chairman of B&N in 2015. Barnes &...

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