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Lights, Camera, Action!
Academics, Features

Lights, Camera, Action!

By Daisy Callow For three days in November, the young actors and actresses of the Delta Troupers saw their weeks of hard work pay off in their version of the play, Stefanie Hero.  Not only did the students have a fun time creating the play, but some were also able to express their inner selves…

Seeing Double
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Seeing Double

By Chloe Newsome On the first day of school, the bell finally rang for the first period to be over. As the teacher’s first period students left and her second period students came in, she wondered why the same person was in her class twice. Little did she know they actually were identical twins.  There…

Letting Their Flags Fly
Academics, Features

Letting Their Flags Fly

By Nathan Sites They put their instruments down and pull their flags up. They look at the crowd, and then each other. They start to spin and wave their flags, being careful not to hit each other. The crowd then responds wildly for the newly returned color guard.  The color guard is back at Delta…

Substitute Shortage
Academics, Features

Substitute Shortage

By Amelia Thompson On Friday, Nov. 12, there were 11 high school teachers out, and secretary Kelli Edwards was only able to get eight substitute teachers. This left us short by three. The situation was handled by cycling through the subs who had a prep period and having them fill in for the classes that…

Beautiful Blemishes
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Beautiful Blemishes

By Caitlyn Kirby      The US National Library of Medicine reports that 100 million scars are acquired by people every year. Yet each one of them has a different story behind it. Each one has a different shape. Each one brings a unique feature to its possessor.       Delta High School holds numerous people with…

The Ways We Celebrate Thanksgiving
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The Ways We Celebrate Thanksgiving

By Grayson Zoller Thanksgiving is a time for family, food and fun. But sometimes people celebrate this American holiday with some twists on the traditional Thanksgiving formula. Thanksgiving is a holiday that is inevitably linked to Christmas in some way or another. For some, it’s watching Santa arrive at the end of the Macy’s Thanksgiving…

Thankful Eagles
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Thankful Eagles

By Emme Townsend When you walk down the agriculture hall, you might spot a paper tree right outside of room 125. Mrs. Nancy Kunk’s thankful tree was inspired by her first and third hour classes learning about leaves. Students were given one leaf and on that leaf they stated what they were thankful for. Most…

On the Hunt
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On the Hunt

Students Eager for Hunting Season By Zach Carter On a cool, crisp morning, a teenager marches to a tree. After shimmying that tree to their stand, they sit down and look out across the harvested cornfield. After a few hours of stillness, the target walks out in the middle of the field.  The teen grabs…

A Falcon Becomes an Eagle: DHS Hires New Athletic Secretary
Features, News

A Falcon Becomes an Eagle: DHS Hires New Athletic Secretary

By Zach Carter A young Rhonda Donham is sitting at home. Since her father’s family is from Alabama, they are watching the University of Alabama’s football team on television. She did not know it then, but sports eventually would become her career. Donham is the new administrative assistant for athletics at Delta High School. At…

A New Age: Delta Hires New AD
Features, Sports

A New Age: Delta Hires New AD

By Zach Carter Usually an athletic director is an older person who has experience coaching high school sports. But when former AD Grant Zgunda left, Delta decided to go a different direction in their hiring decision. They went with 35 year old Tilmon Clark. “Instead of looking at age, I guess I would prefer to…

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