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The Hub of the School
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The Hub of the School

By Collin Haughn Have you ever had to do chores around your house? Well, that is what most custodians do for a living.  No matter what they are doing, the custodians are working hard to keep our school clean. They work all day and night so we can have a good day at a clean…

Reece Alan Mann: 1969 – 2022
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Reece Alan Mann: 1969 – 2022

By Eleni Bow “Every single project I have ever been involved in made me feel proud, because you’re making a difference in student, athlete, coach and community lives.” – Mr. Reece Mann, Delaware Community Schools Superintendent   It is the evening of Nov. 21, 2017. The Delaware Community School Board has just approved Project 18…

Curtain Call and Changes
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Curtain Call and Changes

By RJ Townsend And Then There Were None. That was it, the last play at Delta High School.  Many didn’t know of what was to come for the theater class. What was taking place in the next school year stunted plans for many of the students. The upcoming students of not only theater, but also…

Matteo’s Life in Belgium
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Matteo’s Life in Belgium

By Daniel Tokar As an 11-year-old boy was shopping at a store with his mother, he overheard a conversation about some kind of sport, baseball. Baseball in Belgium isn’t a sport you would commonly hear about, because it is primarily an American sport.   The boy is now 16 years old as a foreign exchange student…

Packing a Punch
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Packing a Punch

By Fancy Robbins After almost two long, boring hours in the car, the girl finally arrives at practice ready to train. What’s different for her than other athletes is that she has to go out of state weekly to even train for her sport.  Mahala Ervin, a sophomore, both boxes and does MMA in St….

Vacation Changes
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Vacation Changes

By Ashton Phillips Hurricane Ian has affected many people in the towns and cities Ian has torn through. People may not think it could have an effect in Delaware County, Indiana. But the hurricane did affect people from Delta High School. Ian was a devastating category 4 hurricane when it slammed into Florida. The hurricane…

New Coach, New Approach
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New Coach, New Approach

By Kylee Robles After not competing for 25 years, color guard has decided to spin back in. But it wasn’t as easy as you may think. There were many ups and downs, including not having a coach for some of the season.  It was freshman Jocelyn Moody’s first year doing color guard.  “We didn’t really…

A New Experience
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A New Experience

By Brylee Beckley The running back breaks tackles left and right to reach the endzone. It’s a touchdown for the Eagles. The fireworks light up the sky as the Blue Crew erupts.  This is not an unusual occurrence for members of the Blue Crew, but it is a brand new moment for foreign exchange student…

Megan Hiday Continues to Fight the Battle With Cancer
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Megan Hiday Continues to Fight the Battle With Cancer

By Caitlyn Kirby  After being diagnosed with cancer 10 months ago, senior Megan Hiday continues to fight the battle. Her days are filled with regular trips to and from the hospital, recovering from long and painful surgeries, and finding ways to distract herself.  Megan was diagnosed with CIC Dux4 Sarcoma on Dec.1, 2021. She is…

Running It Back
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Running It Back

By Fancy Robbins After our very own Delta cheerleaders won the State Championship in November 2021, they are finally back on the mat for the new season.   Mrs. Lynde Bratton has been the varsity cheerleading head coach for five years. Throughout her seasons of coaching, 2021 was the first year she won state with the…

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