Brett Gombita

Ranking the Star Wars films

Disney + just released the first four episodes of their new series titled, ‘The Acolyte.’  According to the description found on starwars.com, the action/adventure series takes place hundreds of year prior to the Phantom Menace and the timeline that is familiar to the larger Star Wars audience. In celebration of this new series, members of … Continue reading

Waynesburg University Sports Network completes first ever Trinity Baseball Game Production

​​On Friday, April 26,​ the Waynesburg University Sports Network (WUSN) covered ​their​ first baseball game for Trinity High School.   They traveled to Ross Memorial Park in Washington, PA to put on a production in their game against Albert Gallatin.   Chairman of the Department of Communication and Assistant Professor of Communication Richard Krause said to his knowledge, … Continue reading

Trinity to receive massive grant

Trinity Area School District, located in Washington County, has received a grant worth up to more than $660,000 to support a safe and healthy environment for its students.  According to trinitypride.org, the money will be used to, “enhance preschool programs, tutoring, evening adult career training programs, school police training, ESL services, and additional mental health … Continue reading

Men’s Golf defeats Bethany heading into PAC Championships

On Saturday afternoon at the Greene County Country Club, the Waynesburg University Yellow Jackets men’s golf team secured a 4-2 match play win over the Bethany Bison.  Winning individual matchups for Waynesburg were Justin Clevenger (seven and six over Bethany’s Troy Hixson), Gage Fuller (eight and six over Quinn Phillippi), Nathan Barnhart (seven and five over … Continue reading

Controversy end to Daytona 500

With two laps to go in the Daytona 500, I watched intently as the number 24 car of William Byron was the leader. Shortly before Byron came to the finish line to make it one lap to go, a crash involving Austin Cindric and Ross Chastain occurred behind him. By the time NASCAR officials put … Continue reading