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Dr. Brand Ready to Downsize
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Dr. Brand Ready to Downsize

By Shay Crow Three different classes, three different types of lives, three different things to balance. Eighteen years trying to balance everything, but it’s time to go to two.  Between teaching Anatomy and Physiology, Biology 111, and Biology 1, supporting his family and leading the National Honor Society, Dr. Lance Brand is now exhausted. In…

Hello Spring!
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Hello Spring!

By Gracie Hart As spring rolls around the corner the more people you see roaming around. The first official day of spring is Sunday, March 20. Freshman Rose Taylor plans to use her spring by traveling to her favorite state Tennessee. She plans to go with her grandma and she’s looking forward to going there…

A Night to Remember
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A Night to Remember

By Ava West Prom has an unusual twist this year. While looking through different venue options, the junior class officers decided to explore something new.  “We had all the venue options, but we thought the fitness center was something new and because it’s never been hosted there before it’s going to be a different take,”…

Time For A Trip
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Time For A Trip

By Brylee Beckley “No, you are not staying there without any adults with you.”  This is something teenagers have heard numerous times from their parents. For seniors Janay Cicotte, Maxx Martinez, Andrew Hewitt, Madelyn Haley, Gwen Clark and Heddie Heintzelman, they got the response they were looking for. These six seniors are going to Longboat…

Dancing for Those Who Can’t
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Dancing for Those Who Can’t

By Caleb Elliott Why on earth would students attend a dance from 6 p.m. to midnight on a Friday night? That is probably the question many students would ask when they first hear about Riley Dance Marathon.  However, what many students don’t know is that this event is more than just a dance. Riley Dance…

And Then There Were None
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And Then There Were None

By Daisy Callow Have you ever watched something and wondered how it was created? How long did it take? How much effort must’ve been put into it? It’s something that is often overlooked. Take for example, Delta’s upcoming spring play.  The Delta Troupers’ crew will present the superlative mystery play, And Then There Were None,…

Title IX: 50 Years Later
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Title IX: 50 Years Later

By Zach Carter and Trey Gilbert In 1978, Jen Field was a fourth grader in Angola, Ind. During her gym class, the boys were allowed to do pull-ups while Jen was forced to do arm hangs. Irritated, she held on for 90 seconds and broke the school time record. Why was she not allowed to…

What Was It Like to Have Covid-19?
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What Was It Like to Have Covid-19?

By Chloe Newsome Imagine being sick, but not knowing why. Maybe not being able to taste or smell? Having a bad cough? After getting tested for other illnesses and the tests coming back negative you realize you may have this fairly new illness, Covid-19.  Covid-19 has affected Delta in many different ways. Lots of people…

Grace Hollars is Taking a Break
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Grace Hollars is Taking a Break

By Nathan Sites Grace Hollars was getting prepared for her trip to Beijing, China for the 2022 Winter Olympics, which start this Friday, Feb. 4. But just four weeks before she was to head off, she had to make a hard decision and go against her dreams of going to another Olympics. She decided it…

Delta Welcomes New Nurse
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Delta Welcomes New Nurse

By Riley Bratton Although Mrs. Angie Carson is known for treating students, she also has been aiding old furniture. Mrs. Carson, who became the new school nurse at the start of the second semester, has been upcycling furniture for six years.  Upcycling furniture is taking old, wasted or broken furniture and repurposing it into tables,…

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