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Christner departs Waynesburg for alma mater Calvin College

When Mark Christner took over as Waynesburg University head men’s basketball coach in 2010, the team was coming off an 0-12 season in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference. Less than five years later, Christner guided the Yellow Jackets to the conference championship game, where they fell seven points short of an appearance in the NCAA Division … Continue reading

Senior recital acts as an ode to music history, goodbye

When Ian Goedert started his first semester at Waynesburg University, 15 credits made up his schedule. By the end of that semester, he was down to nine credits. The reason for this was that his original major, journalism, wasn’t working out the way he had intended. Towards the end of his freshman year, he fully … Continue reading

Iovino victorious in special election

Party offices work hard for voter turnout

The results of the special election for the 37th Senatorial district—a seat left vacant when Guy Reschenthaler won the 14th congressional district race in November’s midterm elections—are in, and Democrat Pam Iovino is the winner. In an election that spanned Allegheny and Washington counties, Iovino defeated Republican D. Raja, earning 33,310 votes to Raja’s 30,741 … Continue reading

McClure making run for county commissioner

In a few months, primary season for the Greene County Board of Commissioners will be underway. After falling short in her bid for a seat in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives this past November, Betsy Rohanna McClure announced her intentions to run for Greene County Commissioner. A lifelong resident of Greene County, McClure— who graduated … Continue reading

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