Monthly Archives: February 2019

Trojans compete at NCCAA Nationals

This past weekend, three members of the men’s track team competed at the National Christian College Athletic Association National meet for Indoor track and field. Sophomore Dustin Jarboe was the highlight of the meet for the team. Jarboe finished 2nd in the nation with a time of 8.38 in the 60 meter hurdles. In addition […]

Haiti – A Nation in Turmoil

Over the past week, protests and demonstrations escalated as the 215th anniversary of a victory for Haiti’s slaves in the war for independence against the French army, was marked by anti-corruption protests and calls for the president’s ouster. Protesters flooded Port-au-Prince- shouting, burning tires, and even burning flags. Damage was done to anything and everything […]

Payless ShoeSource to Close All Stores in the U.S.

Payless ShoeSource is a discount footwear retailer that was established over 60 years ago in 1956. Known for its presence in many suburban shopping malls and low prices, Payless was once a popular location for shoppers looking for inexpensive footwear. Recently however, Payless announced that it would begin shutting down each of the 2,100 stores […]

Trojan Grapplers Prove Their Worth

The Hannibal-LaGrange University wrestling team competed in the 2018-19 American Midwest Conference wrestling tournament on February 16th. Eight teams came together at James C. Becknell Gymnasium on the campus of Lyon College. Joe Lupton, 125-pound freshman from Mustang, Oklahoma claimed a spot in the 2018-19 NAIA National Wrestling Tournament with an at large bid. Lupton […]

HLGU Hosts Hoops for Hope

Valentines Day on campus this year was full of basketball as the HLGU Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams hosted Hoops for Hope this past week. This is an annual event that supports those in the community battling cancer. HLGU partners with the Hannibal Regional Foundation to raise funds for the James E. Cary Cancer Center. […]

Trojans Valentine’s Day Triple Header

The Hannibal-LaGrange University baseball team took on Dordt College on Valentine’s Day in triple header action. The Trojans finished the day with a record of 2-1 against the Defenders of Sioux City. Game One: 5-4 Win over Dordt College Junior Alex Roy had a dominating performance in the morning matchup. The Trojan starting shortstop reached […]

Man Surives Mountain Lion Attack

A man from Fort Collins, Colorado recounted a frightening story Thursday about his ongoing run-in with a mountain lion. Travis Kauffman said he was distant from everyone else on a late morning running along the trails of Horsetooth Mountain Park recently when he heard a commotion. “I turned around and was pretty bummed out to […]