Edward Boice

Edward Boice is a journalism major and a public relations minor. An inspiring music journalist, Boice is an intern with Rapzilla.com and a news release writer for indie artists. When he is not slaving over content, board and card games will hit the table while Christian Hip-Hop and Metalcore bump from speakers.

A guide to the weekend, Oct. 11-13

The Yellow Jacket believes Greene County holds many events for people of all ages. With the weekend approaching, here are three events within the county that anyone can participate in. 1. Greene County Historical Society Harvest Festival The Greene County Historical Society is hosting its annual fundraiser for the 48th time. Attend the Harvest Festival … Continue reading

A guide to the weekend, Oct. 4-6

The weekend has almost come. With those three days comes a variety events, especially with the fall season beginning. To provide convenience, The Yellow Jacket has compiled a guide to three events happening Oct. 4-6.   Waynesburg University’s Homecoming Homecoming brings a multitude of events to the university. On Friday, Oct. 4 the Homecoming Picnic … Continue reading

To Jauregui, music is a learning tool

“At some point, my brain was burned because I was trying to learn Farsi from an English [speaking] teacher, living in an Italian house, I was speaking Spanish and my roommate was from China. It was crazy, but you learn something from each one.”   As a professional percussionist and conductor, Camilo Jauregui’s craft has taken … Continue reading

E-cig sellers respond to proposed federal ban

With the rise in deaths and illnesses connected to e-cigarette usage this year, President Donald Trump proposed a federal ban on most, if not all, flavored e-liquids for e-cigarettes Sept. 11. Vape sellers in Waynesburg, however, think banning is not a good decision based on their knowledge of e-cigarettes, human nature and history.  In regards … Continue reading

A guide to the weekend – Sept. 20-22

Waynesburg doesn’t always come across as a weekend hot spot for college students, but there are lots of events in the area that many people may not know about. So to cure those weekend boredoms, here are three activities within Greene County you can participate in this weekend. 1. Murder Mystery Dinner With a sit-down … Continue reading

Heritage Craft Butchers’ retail store profitable

“I haven’t really had anybody come in, ‘oh this price is this,’ or, ‘why.’ Everyone’s pretty much, ‘hey, can we get some more steaks down here,’ or ‘can we get this.’ We’re just trying to figure all this out. It’s only been but a month and a half,” Brandon Dukate, an employee at Heritage Craft … Continue reading

Breaks from social media are necessary

It’s amazing how much a change of atmosphere for two weeks can change your attitude toward something. That happened to me last month when I went on my honeymoon, the first vacation I’ve had in three years. It’s not every day a Pennsylvanian such as I has the opportunity to spend a week and a … Continue reading

County programs receive grant to battle substances

Connect Inc. received $512,000 from the Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs and Human Services April 1. The money came from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration grants. Connect Inc. was one of 16 organizations that received grant money from the pool of $15 million. In a press release from Gov. … Continue reading

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