• January 10Congrats to JV and Varsity Girl's Basketball for the Kitchen Classic Win
  • January 10Congrats to Boy's Swim Team for the Delphi Invitational Win
  • January 10Happy New Year
  • January 10The Blood Drive is postponed until further notice.
Luke Smock signs his NLI with his family and coach.

Luke Smock signs National Letter of Intent

Elyse Perry, editor December 17, 2021

On Dec. 14, Luke Smock signed his National Letter of Intent (NLI) to play baseball for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. While he committed to play on the team on Aug. 6, it was made official when...

The unique Christmas traditions of DCHS students and staff

The unique Christmas traditions of DCHS students and staff

Elliott Kelly, staff writer December 10, 2021

Each year when Christmas comes around, people gather together with their families and enjoy time together. Most people put trees and decorations up in their house, but some people have traditions that...

Marine and Elise look forward to their first American Christmas.

Exchange students share French Christmas traditions

Emily Mears, assistant editor December 10, 2021

After Thanksgiving in the United States it becomes socially acceptable to begin decorating for Christmas. All throughout the month of December local shops and homes begin setting up, spreading joy throughout...

graphic by Grace ONeil

Best books to gift

Emily Mears, assistant editor December 3, 2021

Now that Thanksgiving is over, it's time to start thinking about Christmas and picking out gifts for those in your life. Gift giving can be difficult, but with a reader, a book is always a safe bet. Here...

Hudson family Thanksgiving meal 2018

Fun facts about Thanksgiving

Ella Hudson, Staff writer November 22, 2021

Thanksgiving, which is always on the fourth Thursday of November, hasn’t always been the huge phenomenon that it is today. The very first Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621 as a three day celebratory...

Consider local shops for the holiday seasons

Consider local shops for the holiday seasons

Ava Charnley, Staff writer November 16, 2021

The holidays are right around the corner and many of us are starting to buy presents from Amazon, Walmart, and other large department stores. During this time we have an amazing opportunity to support...

Cargo ships are stuck at ports trying to deliver material and goods.

Local businesses face supply chain issues

Elyse Perry, editor November 3, 2021

If you’ve gone shopping recently, whether online or in-store, you’ve probably noticed some differences. In stores, some products that have always seemed like constants are sold out. Online, shipping...

Winning story writers in the 6th grade class were Austin Wright (1st place), Austin Sowders (2nd place), and Yosbel Remon de la Rosa (3rd place).

6th grade Halloween story writing contest winners

October 28, 2021

Congratulations to this year's winners of the Parnassus Halloween story writing contest. The Revengeful Haunted House by Austin Wright One Lonely night four kids were walking on the sidewalk during...

Contest winners in this years competition were Madyson Anderson (1st place), Vyncent Fredrick (2nd place), and Jayla Justice (3rd place).

8th grade Halloween story writing contest winners

October 28, 2021

Congratulations to this year's 8th grade winners of the Parnassus Halloween story writing contest. Twisted Fantasy  by Madyson Anderson  Ahhhhhhh! I lurch forward in my “bed”. As I try to catch...

The top three participants in the Parnassus Halloween writing contest were Gabrianna Bruestle (3rd place), Connor Reilly (1st place), and Autumn Mauer (2nd place).

High school Halloween story contest winners

October 28, 2021

Congratulations to this year's winners of the Parnassus Halloween story writing contest. HIGH SCHOOL WINNERS 1st place Daakamurah A Poem by Connor Reilly Once as a teen I walked a path Against all...

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