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Must-have free streaming apps in our time of need

Must-have free streaming apps in our time of need

Ava Charnley, Staff writer

April 15, 2020

During our time in quarantine you can only watch so much cable and movies that you have on hand. So, to pass the time and make quarantine a little easier I have put together a list of my favorite free streaming services to hold you over. Stay home, stay safe, and watch some tv for free.    ...

DCHS students showcased in 4th annual This I Believe event

DCHS This I Believe contest finalists pose for a picture at the Delphi Opera House. The event allowed students to share their voices and views.

Elyse Perry, staff writer

March 10, 2020

On Thursday, March 5, 2020, more than 200 members of the community gathered at the Delphi Opera House for the fourth annual This I Believe event. At the event, the sixteen This I Believe contest winners shared their essays.  In early February, every student in DCHS wrote a This I Believe essay. La...

Podcasts becoming popular among younger gernerations

Noah Gottshall is one of the many students at DCHS who listens to podcasts.

Ava Charnley, Staff writer

March 4, 2020

Podcasts. The word that seems to be picking up some momentum in our everyday lives. So, what really is a podcast? A podcast is a series of digital audio podcasts that users can download and listen to. They have become a popular way for people to be educated and entertained. There is no license needed to m...

FFA member auction raises thousands for the club

Delphi FFA's member auction took place last Tuesday, Feb. 25 in the high school cafeteria.

Joe Perry, editor/sports writer

February 27, 2020

On Tuesday, Feb. 25, Delphi’s FFA chapter held its annual member auction. Members of the club were auctioned off to the highest bidder, with the best return coming from Bryant Mays at $32.50 per hour. After being auctioned off, members must work a total of eight hours for their new employer, with al...

Entertainers make it to state

Entertainers make it to state

Grace O'Neil, staff writer

February 27, 2020

On Feb. 22, 2020, the DCHS Entertainers performed the song Je Le Vous Dirai by Pierre Certon at Perry Meridian High School. A week prior to this, they had performed at Harrison High School in the district solo and ensemble contest, receiving a gold rating in group 1 with a perfect score, earning them a p...

NHS spring fundraiser to go toward scholarships

NHS spring fundraiser to go toward scholarships

Elizabeth Walker, staff writer

February 27, 2020

It’s that time of year again when the National Honor Society (NHS) raises money for seniors going off to college. NHS gives out four scholarships each year, and the club has started their first fundraiser toward said scholarships. This annual fundraiser is called Snap! Raise. Each member of the club ...

Artist of the Month: Ensley Circle

Artist of the Month: Ensley Circle

Ava Charnley, staff writer

February 26, 2020

The white board in the LMC this month features art by senior Ensley Circle. Ensley has been an art student at DCHS for four years. Ensley is “a romance movie fanatic,” and February includes Valentine’s Day, so she chose to feature romance movies on the board. She features the famed musicals The ...

Mrs. Johnson’s odd answers to a few odd questions

Mrs. Johnson’s odd answers to a few odd questions

Michael O'Neil, Webshow Wednesday editor

February 26, 2020

If you could morph any 2 animals into one super animal, what would you morph and why? Dolphin and an eagle. Smart and majestic.   If you were a pair of shoes, which shoes would you be and why? Something that would be a person’s most trusted or worn shoe because I would not wan...

Faculty throwback: Mrs. Nethercutt

Faculty throwback: Mrs. Nethercutt

Elijah Ladd, videographer

February 26, 2020

Many of you know Mrs. Nethercutt as the culinary arts or interpersonal relationships teacher. However, she has done many different things before. In high school she was involved with volleyball, the Sunshine Society, and the cheer block. She was also a 10 year member of 4-H. Not only did she play vol...

Disconnected Gamers club emerging

Disconnected Gamers club emerging

Elijah Hudson, sports writer

February 26, 2020

Last summer, there was an idea for a community video gaming club. In January, this idea came into fruition. The group is open to the public. The Disconnected Gamers are led by former DCHS graduate Jonas Brown and is a part of the Rural Innovation Network. They meet above the old antiques store in to...

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