Seniors

Something Different
Features, Seniors

Something Different

By Fancy Robbins She went from being on a team with just 12 girls to leading a new one with 104 students. Senior Lillie Grismore left golf behind to pursue being the lead drum major for Delta’s band.  She had to make the difficult decision between two of her hobbies that she had done for…

Too Many Decisions!
Features, Seniors

Too Many Decisions!

By Jacob Williams Graduating seniors have many things on their minds and one of them is what college to go to. One senior had a semester’s worth of deciding on what college he thought suited him best. Caleb Elliott is that senior who had to make a difficult decision on which college was best suited…

A Second Chance
Seniors

A Second Chance

By Macy Weddle “Well I believe everybody deserves a second chance, and you know, sometimes kids make mistakes,” assistant principal Mr. Ross Elwood said. A ‘second chance’ at anything may sound easy but this process is far from that.  The DLC (Delta Learning Center) is an alternative learning opportunity for students, usually seniors, who must…

Going the Distance
Features, Seniors

Going the Distance

By Luke Williams You step out of your car after hours of driving, and step onto your new home for the next three months. You don’t know anyone, you don’t know the area around you, and you don’t even know much about the state that you’re in. For many freshman college students, it can be…

Choosing New and Unique College Majors
Features, Seniors

Choosing New and Unique College Majors

By Kinsley Wilson She starts out her morning with dual credit math. Next period she’s on her way to ceramics, then to anatomy and physics, and she ends her school day at Delta with dual credit English. Where does she go from 5th period to the end of the day? Lilly Swingley is on her…

Time Progression
Seniors

Time Progression

By Kaden Crist A disease called COVID-19 that caused a pandemic spread throughout the whole world in 2020. Almost all stores, schools, and restaurants were shut down. Everyone had to adjust to these changes including the Class of 2023 seniors who missed April and May of their first year of high school. They were also…

The Furriest of Friends
Features, Seniors

The Furriest of Friends

By Collin Haughn Two dogs with a whole lot of energy, and a whole lot of love, will be left behind while their close friend goes to pursue his dreams. As seniors go off to college, they have to leave their furry friends behind. Luke Williams has two dogs, Leia and Dooku. Leia is a…

Worked to be Silver: Zach Gullion Becomes Salutatorian
Academics, Seniors

Worked to be Silver: Zach Gullion Becomes Salutatorian

By Owen Cupp Parents tend to remember their child’s firsts. Their first steps, their first pet, their first school years. Zach Gullion’s father reflects on his son’s first year of school. “Zach has a natural curiosity and he was always asking lots of questions,” Dr. Darin Gullion recalled. “He started doing math in preschool.” Dr….

Warriors of Freedom
Features, News, Seniors

Warriors of Freedom

By Daniel Tokar In the Gravley family, serving our country is a time-tested tradition, Senior Jimmy Gravley’s older brother, Kaleb, served in the Marines for five years. His father served in the Marines for more than 20 years. His grandfather served in the Army for 30 years. “So I am just following the footsteps at…

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