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Scotland stays with the U.K.

Hannah Alexander, staff writer

October 9, 2014


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After a tense voting campaign, the question on everyone’s mind has been answered. Would Scotland separate from the United Kingdom? The answer is no. On Sept. 18, Scotland, and other designated areas, voted against making Scotland a separate country from the United Kingdom with over 50% in favor of...

Superintendent Ritz visits DCSC

Ariel Wolfe, staff writer

October 6, 2014


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Just recently, our school had a visitor of great importance to Indiana’s education. Indiana’s Superintendent of Public Instruction, Glenda Ritz, came to Delphi and toured all three of our schools. Glenda Ritz is Indiana’s 43rd Superintendent. She is an educational administrator and was elected...

ISIS brutality sends shock-waves around the globe

Miranda Edwards, Editor

September 26, 2014


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The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) have emerged as the most terrifying and vicious groups of the extreme jihadists, collaboratively known as IS. The IS is not just a terrorist group; it is a revolutionary movement, one that seeks  to overthrow...

Brain eating amoeba, rare but serious

Hannah Alexander, Staff Writer

September 23, 2014


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Summer is considered a happy time to hang out with friends and enjoy the sun, but it can also potentially be a time of concern. When water becomes stagnate, and is in the sun for too long, it can become a home for bacteria and parasites. Among this bacteria and parasites is the brain-eating amoeba known...

New cell phone policy installed at DCHS

New cell phone policy installed at DCHS

Ariel Wolfe, staff writer

September 10, 2014


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This year, our school’s administration has made a change in our student handbook. The policy of teachers having a say about when students may use cellular devices in the classroom has been removed. We all now follow a general policy that says: “Personal electronic devices may be used only during...

Riots follow Ferguson shooting

Carol Johnson, staff writer

September 10, 2014


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On Aug. 9 in Ferguson, Missouri, a police officer shot an unarmed teenager named Michael Brown. The police said that Michael, 18, tried to attack the police officer. The officer also claimed that Brown tried to reach for the officer’s gun. As word of the teen’s death spread,there was a candlelight...

Turmoil in the Ukraine

Shelby Bradshaw, Editor

March 5, 2014


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Ukraine’s government is on the brink of a collapse. This all began last year after their President, Viktor Yanukovych, signed a deal to bail out Russia, turning away from a European trade and political deal. After bailing Russia out for approximately $15 million, protesters took to the streets. Thi...

Indiana car insurance companies withholding discounts

Miranda Edwards, staff writer

February 26, 2014


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               Recent discoveries show that Indiana drivers may have been misled by their car insurance companies. Many insurance companies have not lied to their customers, but instead have withheld some very important truths. Discounts on car insurance are available for many different kinds of dri...

Iraq recedes into turmoil

Adam Clawson, staff writer

January 27, 2014


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Ever since the U.S. troop withdrawal in 2011, the balance of Iraqi power has once again shifted toward Al Qaeda. The radical insurgents have been on the rebound in the last few years, and they have recently struck back. In the past months, the body count has been piling up. Without U.S. aid, the Ira...

Federal minimum wage issue yet to be resolved

Miranda Edwards, staff writer

January 27, 2014


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Minimum wage has been a buzzword recently in the news, as well as in everyday conversation. Almost four years out of the United States’ major recession, will raising the minimum wage boost or slaughter the recovering economy? While the cost of living has gone up, the government issued minimum wage...

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