Lady Cards Make Tournament; Determined to Prove Naysayers Wrong

Email: mccuaigm@william.jewell.edu Phone Number: (209) 256-2906 Michael McCuaig Sports Writer FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Lady Cards Make Tournament; Determined to Prove Naysayers Wrong The William Jewell College softball team earned a spot in this year’s Great Lakes Valley Conference Championship Tournament.  The tournament bracket was announced by the GLVC league office this past Sunday. The Cardinals will enter … More Lady Cards Make Tournament; Determined to Prove Naysayers Wrong

Vehicle Accident Interrupts Press Conference

LIBERTY, Mo. – Two ambulances came racing up to the emergency room during a press conference at Memorial Hospital Wednesday with two victims from a two-vehicle accident, one of the victims injured being a motorcyclist. According the police report, Grady Smith, 19, was the motorcyclist injured, suffering a broken arm and several broken bones. Smith’s … More Vehicle Accident Interrupts Press Conference

Mottet Pediatric Communication Speech

LIBERTY, Mo. – Dr. Timothy Mottet, provost at Northwest Missouri State University, gave a speech at William Jewell College Thursday, presenting his team’s research findings on the importance of concise communication for a pediatric trauma teams when treating a patient in critical care. Mottet, alumnus of William Jewell College, talked about how important concise communication … More Mottet Pediatric Communication Speech

Jameson O’Connor: An Irish Prodigy

Jameson O’Connor, junior at William Jewell College, received the Greek Male Student Athlete of the Year award for his involvement in athletics and in multiple organizations at William Jewell College, excellence as an aspiring leader in the greek system and a top of the line student. Involvement O’Connor, from Wichita, Kan., is a Political Science … More Jameson O’Connor: An Irish Prodigy

Animal Adoptability the Key to Solving Pet Overpopulation at Shelters?

Lead volunteer Stephanie Martin, in charge of training new volunteers at the Amador County Animal Control and Adoption Center, held a meeting with people who were interested in volunteering for the shelter last Tuesday on making the animals in the shelter more “adoptable.” Martin said by making the animals more adoptable would help reduce pet … More Animal Adoptability the Key to Solving Pet Overpopulation at Shelters?

President of Liberty School Board Faces 25 Years in Prison

Liberty, MO. – David DeBecker, president of the Liberty school board, faces up to 25 years in prison and is currently free on a $250,000 bond. The Liberty grand jury handed down the indictments after a 14-month investigation. The Liberty Police Department charged DeBecker with theft, fraud, extortion and obstruction for allegedly recruiting students from … More President of Liberty School Board Faces 25 Years in Prison