May 23, 2024
  • 3:18 pm Several area seniors receive AgTexas scholarships
  • 3:17 pm 8 area students receive Five Area Connect Scholarships
  • 3:14 pm Muleshoe City Council considers childcare facility tax exemption
  • 3:14 pm This is what the Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge Expansion means for landowners
  • 3:13 pm Muleshoe Art Association holds last meeting of the year

AMARILLO – On April 11, AgTexas Farm Credit Services brightened a lot of smiles by awarding $12,000 in scholarships at its ninth annual AgTexas Ag Youth Scholarship awards program at the Embassy Suites Hotel in downtown Amarillo. AgTexas honored nine graduating high school seniors who have excelled in their 4-H clubs and FFA chapters, each […]

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Five Area recently announced the winners of its annual Five Area Connect Scholarship. Eight area students were named recipients of $2,000 scholarships.  The scholarships are given to high school seniors living within the company’s service area. The winners were selected at the organization’s Board of Directors meeting in late April.  Recipients include the following:  Katelynn […]

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The regular meeting of the Muleshoe City Council was held at 5:30 p.m. Monday at City Hall. Present were Mayor Colt Ellis, Mayor Pro-Tem Gary Parker and Council members Lupe Mendoza, Crystal Alarcon and Austen Atchley. Council considered Resolution R-806-0524 Canvassing returns of the City Special Election held on May 4, 2024. Mayor Colt Ellis was re-elected with 66 total votes, 64 for […]

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The announcement was made the second week of April by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that a land protection plan of up to 700,000 acres of wildlife habitat along the Texas-New Mexico border as part of the Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge has been accepted. Expansion of the National Wildlife System is a plan to […]

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The Muleshoe Art Association met Tuesday, May 7, at the Oneita Wagnon Senior Center for their last meeting of the year. President Ann Johnson called the meeting to order. No minutes were available to read due to the absence of secretary Alice Liles who had to be out of town. The treasurer’s report was given […]

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