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Annual apple orchard field trip to be virtual

Annual apple orchard field trip to be virtual

Jessica Powlen, Staff Writer

September 24, 2020

The field trip I’m sure we all remember, where we had the chance to pick golden delicious apples and witness a donkey magically transform into a horse, will not be a total loss for the kindergarteners of DCSC this year.  Due to COVID restrictions, the students won’t be able to attend McClure's App...

Local businesses impacted differently by COVID-19

Store front of Stone House

Emily Mears, staff writer

September 16, 2020

“It was a scary time for my family that our business was forced to be closed for seven weeks. During that time, a lot of things go through your mind: How are we going to pay our bills? How are we going to pay rent for the shop if it's closed and I’m not generating any income? When will I be able t...

DCHS receives GEER grant

DCHS receives GEER grant

Elyse Perry, editor

September 16, 2020

DCSC and Carroll School Corporation recently received the GEER grant from the state of Indiana. This grant will go towards new technology and connectivity improvement for the two school districts and their students. According to DCSC Superintendent Dan Ronk, “I thought it was a very long shot tha...

Katlyn’s Kerfuffle: a weekly podcast

Katlyn Sherinian, podcaster

September 14, 2020

In this week's episode, Katlyn interviews DCSC superintendent Mr. Dan Ronk about the $506,000 GEER grant that was awarded to the Carroll County schools to use for technology and better internet connectivity.

Healthies coming to Delphi

Healthies coming to Delphi

Jessica Powlen, Staff Writer

September 9, 2020

The word is out! Healthies, a new business coming to downtown Delphi, is having its grand opening on Sept. 11. Healthies is located across the street from the Carroll County Courthouse, where Calico Plus previously resided.  Yes, the famous protein shakes and teas that you have seen posted all over s...

Roof collapses in downtown Delphi

The building as seen from street view. Through the left, second-story window, the roof is visible.

Elyse Perry, editior

August 26, 2020

On the afternoon of Aug. 13, the roof of a building in downtown Delphi collapsed. The front window exploded outwards, spraying glass on the sidewalk and into the street. Luckily, no one was harmed.  According to Chandler Underhill, a cook at the Sandwich Shop who witnessed the accident, the building h...

COVID-19 results in major postponements and changes

Governor Holcomb has been just one of many governors who has closed schools statewide for the rest of the year. In addition, Indiana's primary has been pushed back to June 2 because of COVID-19.

Jordan Ladd, editor

April 14, 2020

As DCSC and schools across the nation begin to transition into remote learning, or “eLearning,” many students are rightly upset about the cancellations of activities. Entire sports seasons have been wiped out, and for many seniors, what should have been their last weeks of school was robbed from...

Coronavirus affecting Spring Break plans

A COVID-19 molecule.

Elijah Hudson, Staff Writer

March 11, 2020

Fear over the coronavirus is growing as the virus keeps spreading. It is already present in at least 82 countries, and that number is growing. That figure begs the question: is it safe to travel? Spring break is coming up, with many people having plans to leave their community on vacation. With that vacation...

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...

Indiana Beach amusement park closed

Indiana Beach amusement park closed permanently on Feb. 19, 2020.

Elyse Perry, staff writer

March 4, 2020

As of Feb. 19, 2020, Apex Parks Group has announced that Indiana Beach Amusement Park in Monticello, Indiana will be closing after nearly a century. Apex Parks Group, the company that bought the park in 2015, stated that they will be shutting down four amusement parks throughout the country, includi...

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