October 18, 2021
  • 9:43 pm Sammie Simpson Day at the Heritage Center
  • 9:38 pm Mules head into off week looking to regroup
  • 9:35 pm “In a ‘Deepfake’ World, Who Can We Trust?”
  • 9:33 pm Senior Center—Meeting the Needs
  • 9:31 pm MISD, Shelby’s Bridge partner to help students learn workforce skills

Alice’s note: this story first appeared in my blog The Bright Lights of Muleshoe on October 10, 2021. Sammie Simpson has been an unsung hero at the Muleshoe Heritage Center for several years; this was a chance to highlight her accomplishments at the center.   The Muleshoe Heritage Foundation held its yearly organizational meeting Saturday night, […]

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The Muleshoe football team will be looking to regroup a bit during its open date.   The Mules suffered a 44-13 loss to Bushland in their District 2-3A Division I opener on Friday. The Falcons carved out 422 yards of offense and jumped out to a 17-0 lead to pick up the road win.   “Our kids […]

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I never thought this could happen, but I know now that it could. Imagine for a moment.   Imagine the losers of our last two presidential elections calling a joint press conference and apologizing to the American people. First of all, you’ll have to imagine politicians sincerely apologizing for anything, but stay with me on this.   Imagine words […]

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Ann McElroy wrote many grants for entities here in Muleshoe. She is a great writer and Muleshoe has been blessed to have her and the many grants she has secured for this community. I have read through many of them but the next two paragraphs were my favorite of all of her writings.  “The people […]

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The MISD special education program has built a bridge with Shelby’s Bridge to enhance hands-on job training and workforce skills for one another.  “Some of Muleshoe’s special ed students come over here to train, and some of our friends go to Muleshoe for life skills classes at the junior high and high school,” said Shelby’s Bridge administrator Donna Smith.  MISD special education director Darla Myatt said two students travel […]

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