January 22, 2022
  • 7:58 pm Muleshoe Heritage Center’s Christmas Open House deemed success
  • 7:51 pm Muleshoe Crime Reports
  • 7:50 pm Launching into 2022 feels strange
  • 7:50 pm Muleshoe Art Association enjoys sketching demonstration
  • 7:49 pm Muleshoe’s Uncle Sam

Santa was on hand to give out candy canes and hear small visitors’ wishes on December 11th at the Muleshoe Heritage Center Christmas Open House.  Thanks to a number of volunteer bakers, there were plenty of cookies to go around.   The Heritage Center had several opened buildings for tours, and food trucks provided a variety […]

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The Bailey County Sheriff’s Office arrested a 43-year-old Muleshoe man on Dec. 28 for a warrant out of Lubbock County. The Muleshoe Police Department arrested a 25-year-old man from Abilene on Dec. 31 for possession of marijuana. A 35-year-old man from Weslaco was arrested on Jan. 3 by the BCSO for assault causing bodily injury […]

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Here we are, two weeks into 2022, and it still feels weird to me. “It” is ambiguous both in that first sentence and in my head. It certainly refers to 2022, the year itself. How in the name of creeping chronometers did we get to this . . . point, point, point, point, point? Well, […]

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The Muleshoe Art Association met Tuesday, January 4th, at the Santa Fe Depot in the Muleshoe Heritage Center. The meeting began with the program, a demonstration by Adryan Diaz, guest artist from Amarillo. Adryan, who works mostly in pencil, charcoal, and sometimes water color pencils, shared the sketch book he keeps of quality drawings of […]

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Alice’s note: This story first appeared in my blog The Bright Lights of Muleshoe on January 5, 2022. Over the years I suspect we have all expected to see Uncle Sam on American Boulevard. He is gone now; this is his story. For as long as I can remember, Uncle Sam stood watch and welcomed […]

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