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Chase Long and Elijah Hartman play cornhole at the end of the day.

Senior mezzanine gets a makeover

Kylie McLeland, Staff Writer January 31, 2023

Sitting on the mezzanine during lunch has been one of Delphi’s senior traditions. The tradition includes . . . well, it includes just sitting on the mezzanine. This privilege, although kind of boring,...

An antique shop, a BBQ restaurant, and a Mexican restaurant are three new additions to downtown Delphi.

Delphi welcomes new restaurants and store

Emily Mears, Editor January 18, 2023

Over the past few months, Delphi has welcomed three new businesses to the area surrounding the courthouse.    Looking to get out of her 9 to 5 job and buy a house, Ashley Jones from Chicago...

The Community Foundation grant will help the Delphi Opera House open its doors to more young people through a new arts incentive.

Delphi Opera House receives grant for art enrichment

Kylie McLeland, Staff Writer December 14, 2022

The Delphi Opera House received an $11,000 grant from the Carroll County Community Foundation to aid in the Arts Enrichment Program for Youth.  The Arts Enrichment Program for Youth is a program in...

Students take part in local politics

Students take part in local politics

Emily Mears, Editor December 14, 2022

Since taking over as Mayor of Delphi in August of 2020, Mayor Anita Werling has had the idea of starting a Mayor’s Roundtable.    The purpose of this roundtable is to engage with students...

The first thing visitors see when arriving at the Farmers Market is the information stand.

‘Do it in Delphi’ encourages support of area small businesses

Rebecca Kelly, Staff Writer November 2, 2022

Do it in Delphi is something new the city of Delphi is trying. Every third Saturday of the month there is some kind of special deal at most of our local small businesses in town. Along with the great deals,...

Local voters must decide whether to vote yes or no for the referendum on the upcoming ballot.

Referendum to go on November ballot

Emily Mears, Editor October 5, 2022

November 8 is election day and a referendum is included on this year’s ballot. A referendum is a way to increase the school’s property tax by putting a funding question on the ballot in an election...

Relatively empty shelves before restocking for next months packing.

DCSC Buddy Bags up and running

Rebecca Kelly, Staff Writer September 28, 2022

September 16 Buddy Bags started once again for the school year, this is the thirteenth year Buddy Bags has been going on. Buddy Bags is a program sponsored by Food Finders that helps meet the needs of...

The free produce stand outside the Corporation Office. taken by Rebecca Kelly

FFA community garden still flourishing

Rebecca Kelly, Staff Writer September 14, 2022

The Delphi Community High School FFA chapter is well known for its community service, and one of their major services each year is planting and harvesting a community garden. Planning for the garden began...

One consequence of the summer construction was the need to move the weight room to the elementary cafeteria.

DCHS undergoes summer construction

Emily Mears, Editor September 9, 2022

Walking into Delphi Community High School and Middle School after summer break, things may not look too different. Some may wonder why they closed down the school for the summer, because physically, nothing...

The Cervantes brothers donated their time to do the murals on the front windows of the store for free.

Oracle Outlet opening

Ella Hudson, Staff writer August 31, 2022

On Monday, August 22, the Oracle Outlet officially opened to students. A google form labeled ‘Oracle Outlet Order Form’ was sent out to the entire student body along with ‘Oracle Outlet Spirit Items.’...

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