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DCHS pool serves as new training ground for scuba diving

DCHS pool serves as new training ground for scuba diving

Jordan Ladd, editor

May 2, 2019

Delphi Community High School’s pool has become host to a training ground for entry level scuba divers. A company called the Indy Dive Center has opened a new training center on West Main Street in Delphi, and is hoping to grow its name throughout the town and the surrounding area. The Indy Dive Center ...

Innovation center coming to Carroll County

Innovation center coming to Carroll County

Elijah Hudson, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

A new rural innovation center is currently in the works of being created. A rural innovation center is a place where students and adults can go for a learning experience that would otherwise be seldom found in a rural area. The proposed learning area would be located at 215 South Washington Street in ...

What was the government shutdown?

What was the government shutdown?

Nickolas Roberson, columnist

January 31, 2019

On Jan. 25, 2019, the second government shutdown to occur during Donald Trump’s presidency was temporarily ended. What exactly was the shutdown? Why did it happen? Will our politicians allow it to happen again? The government shutdown for the United States of America took place from Dec. 22 - Ja...

Sandwich Shop renovations underway

Sandwich Shop renovations underway

Elizabeth Walker, Staff Writer

January 8, 2019

The popular eatery known as the Sandwich Shop is closed for the month of January to update and renovate the building to improve the structural integrity and provide more space for the customers. Full time cook and owner Pete Circle is looking forward to the much-needed upgrades. He is planning on installing a whole new black ceiling, which will be raised hig...

Nike’s prominence in NBA in jeopardy

Elijah Hudson, sports writer

December 19, 2018

When the National Basketball Association was brought into existence, Converse Chuck Taylors were the prevailing shoe on the court. However, as times changed, Puma became a particularly popular shoe throughout the league, with many players donning the Puma Clyde (named after Clyde Frazier, who was on...

St. Elizabeth’s new assisted living facility aims to keep residents in Carroll County

St. Elizabeth’s new assisted living facility aims to keep residents in Carroll County

Jordan Ladd, editor

December 8, 2018

St. Elizabeth, a local nursing home in Delphi, has recently opened up the doors of its new $4.5 million assisted living facility. Paid for by Trilogy Health Services, a premier healthcare company in the Midwest, St. Elizabeth was chosen from multiple facilities to receive the new residential area. A...

Delphi’s FFA chapter heads to convention

Delphi’s FFA chapter heads to convention

Joe Perry, Sports writer

November 12, 2018

In Carroll County, agriculture is among the most coveted industries that we have. This is exhibited by the expansive corn fields that surround our small town, but it is personified by our talented FFA chapter, which represented Delphi at the National FFA Convention last week. The convention ran from W...

May B.O.B forever rest in peace

May B.O.B forever rest in peace

Jessica Powlen, staff writer

October 17, 2018

Have you heard the tragic story of what happened to B.O.B?  B.O.B has been a dear companion of ours for the past 14 years.  His one goal in life was to sustain the minds of students with literature.  He wanted students to find their love for reading and create new friendships with those who have the same in...

European Union considers meme ban

European Union considers meme ban

October 3, 2018

In June of 2018, the European Union developed a new rule that could be the end of memes as we know it: Article 13. This new law is going to include censoring social media posts for copyright infringement, which is when someone uses a piece of creative content that belongs to someone else without legal r...

Senior Jonas Brown earns national grant for FFA community garden

Senior Jonas Brown earns national grant for FFA community garden

Jordan Ladd, editor

September 19, 2018

Delphi senior Jonas Brown earned a national grant this September for his work in the Delphi FFA’s community garden. The grant is sponsored by Land O’ Lakes, a member-owned cooperative that focuses on the agriculture industry. Called the ‘Garden Guru’ Grant, the grant is given to, “an FFA student that consiste...

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