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MAHD To Consider Leasing Hospital To Preferred
Thursday, October 30, 2014
The Muleshoe Area Hospital District’s board of directors appointed a committee to examine the possibility of leasing Muleshoe Area Medical Center to Preferred Management Corporation during Thursday’s regular session.

Currently, the hospital district has a management agreement with the Oklahoma-based company through which the hospital’s interim administrator, Bill Buck, is provided.

At Thursday’s meeting, board president Allen Smyer noted that if the hospital district wished to continue its relationship with Preferred Management it needed to begin looking into the matter prior to the end of the current agreement.

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Early Voting Continues At County Courthouse
Thursday, October 30, 2014
More than 100 county residents had availed themselves of early voting at the Bailey County Courthouse according to election officials.

This does not include the number of voters who have chosen to participate with a mail-in-ballot.

The last day to apply for a ballot by mail for the Nov. 4 general election was Friday, Oct. 24.


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School Board Holds ‘Team Of Eight’ Meeting
Thursday, October 30, 2014
The Muleshoe Independent School District’s board of trustees handled just two action items during Monday’s regular session, spending the majority of its time in state-mandated Tier II training and “team building.”

Among the things that are normally included in the school board’s annual “Team of Eight” meeting is setting goals for the school district and the superintendent for the next year.

Of the two action items approved by the school board, the first was the approval of a 42-month lease contract with Benchmark of Lubbock for the school district’s copiers.

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Court Orders Payment Of Most County Bills
Thursday, October 30, 2014
The Bailey County Commissioners’ Court approved payment of county bills during a brief meeting on Monday, Oct. 27.

Although the bills presented totaled $55,975.23 — including $24,817.44 for FY2014-15, and $31,157.79 for FY2013-14, the court tabled approval on a $5,800 mechanics bill from Mike Furlong received for Precinct 3.

“I think Joey needs to be sign this first,” Precinct 1 Commissioner Butch Vandiver said prior to the motion to pay the bills with the exception of the bill from Furlong.

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Childress Falls To Muleshoe, 44-14
Thursday, October 30, 2014
The Mule defense smothered the running game of Childress and held the Bobcats to just nine yards on 19 rushes.

Two Mule miscues allowed Childress to hang close in the first half. But the Mules came out firing on all cylinders in the second half to defeat Childress 44-14.

“The long ride did not hurt us tonight,” said Mule coach David Wood. “Childress was not the longest trip for us this year and I believe that made a big difference. It was good night for us.”

(Photograph by Gaggy Perez)

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Injuries Plague Lady Mules Cross Country Team
Thursday, October 30, 2014
Injuries had plagued the Lady Mule varsity cross-country team all season and the District 2-3A Meet on Lubbock’s Mae Simmons Park Course was no different.

But the Lady Mules ran the two-mile course with Jazmine Garza placing eighth individually with a time of 13 minutes and 38 seconds.

Other Lady Mules competing were Mireya Ruvulcaba, Yvonne Diaz, Dani Diaz, Aimee Rosas, Cassidy Cage and Noemi Herrera.

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JV Mules Slip By Bobcats To Win, 28-13
Thursday, October 30, 2014
The Childress Bobcats leaped in front of the JV Mules Thursday. The Bobcats had scored two touchdowns and an extra point to lead the Mules 13-0 by the 8:24 mark of the second period.

The Mules came roaring back after that to score 28 unanswered points. The Mules defeated the Bobcats 28-13 to improve to 3-0 in district.

Bryce Mauricio kicked off for the Mules and Childress recovered the short kick at mid field. The Bobcats drove to the Mule 18 before Aaryn Ross picked off a Bobcat pass at the Mule one-yard line. Ross returned to the Mule 34.

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JH Teams Win District Cross-Country Meet
Thursday, October 30, 2014
The Junior High Lady Mules won the District 2-3A Cross-Country Championship with a total of 33 points.

Liliana Martinez led the Lady Mules around the two-mile Mae Simmons Park Course in Lubbock Monday afternoon.

She won the individual gold medal and is now the two-time District 2-3A Individual Champion.


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Lazbuddie Takes Second BEST
Thursday, October 30, 2014
The Lazbuddie Independent School District’s Robotics team won second place BEST Team and second place in robot competition held on Saturday, Oct. 25.

The team qualified in two categories. The team has qualified for the regional and state competition of Texas BEST — boosting engineering, science, and technology — in both categories at North Texas State University in Denton Nov. 14-15.

Twenty teams entered the contest held at Frenship High School. 50-60 teams will be present in Denton from Texas and surrounding states.

The team also won first place Engineering Notebook, first place Spirit and Sportsmanship, and first place Founders Award for Design.

Schools classified as 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A and 5A compete against each other in the same division.

In the BEST competition, Frenship High won first BEST, Lazbuddie High won second BEST, and Canyon High won third BEST.

The Best Competition consists of four categories: A project summary notebook submitted in advance of Texas Best; an oral presentation in front of judges, which included a power point presentation and an explanation of the engineering process, community outreach, school involvement and promotion, and school spirit involvement; a table exhibit and interviews; a spirit and sportsmanship review.

The Lazbudie team members included Maysun Hester, Lacey Jesko, Albert Solano, Houston Cox, T.J. Beckerink, Reagan Roberts, Haldon Ivy, Sammy Gonzales, Gabe Beckerink, Baylee Ruthardt, Micah Vera, Iridian Fernandez, Kennidi Nickels, Tamera Anderson, Mattisun Hester, Ashley Scott, Destry Ivy, Karsyn Youngblood, Rachel Hromas, Whitney Provence, Mikayla Merigan, Alyssa Free, Keiaura Nelson, Thomas Ballard, Georgia Taylor, Bernardo Lopez, Luis Villasenor, Coy Baird, and Debbie Weir, sponsor.

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Beta Sigma Phi Meets For October Festival
Thursday, October 30, 2014
Xi Omicron Xi and Zeta Rho chapters of Beta Sigma Phi service sorority met Oct. 21 at the Bailey County Electric Meeting Room for their annual October Festival meeting.

 Since both chapters have new members, the entertainment was “Share Your Life,” a chance for all members to share details of their lives to acquaint everyone with their family, interests, jobs, and other information they wanted to share about themselves.

 Tortilla soup, chips, and guacamole were served, followed by dessert of the always popular Junior class pumpkin cake, chocolate bar cookies, and apple cobbler.

Among the members who enjoyed the evening were Sheila Stevenson, Cindy Purdy, Cindy Barrett, Sharon Agee, Melba King, Pat Angeley, Anita Black, Sandi Chitwood, Judy Wilbanks, Char Phillips, Marsha Lewis, Judy Davenport, Linda Wood, Debbi Hutto, Tisha Boehning, Brenna Burch, Donna Glover, Candace Wilson, Kristine Isaacson and Vicki Black.

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Mighty ‘M’ Band Receives A Superior Rating
Friday, October 24, 2014
Muleshoe’s Mighty “M” Band performed at the UIL Band competition at Lubbock Saturday, Oct. 18, receiving a superior (all ones) rating.

(Photographs by Gabby Perez)


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