Daily Archives: June 13, 2018

National Dairy Month: Texas dairies committed to keeping milk safe

By David Volleman, Manager, Wildcat Dairy

When you buy a gallon of milk at the store, do you wonder if it’s safe to drink? Probably not, and with good reason. Pasteurization may have been invented 154 years ago, but it’s still the best, and only, way to kill potential disease-causing bacteria in milk.

Board of Trustees accepts resignations, sets goals

Gail Williams

The Muleshoe ISD Board of Trustees, campus principals, and directors met to review the 2017-18 Goals and to develop 2018-19 Goals.

Muleshoe Library Summer Reading Program begins

Muleshoe Library has begun its Summer Reading Program. Children ages 2–1st grade programs are from 10 a.m.-10:30 a.m. every Monday in June. Children in 2nd–5th grades programs are from 10 a.m.-11 a.m. every Tuesday in June. Join the Summer Reading Club for reading fun, prizes and lots of special events.
Pictured, 2nd grade-5th grade program (not in order): Frances Recio, Jackie Melendez, Sebastian Reyes, Cheyne Pierce, Taylor Johnson, Nayelie Reyes, Jose Sierra and Patrick Marmon

Muleshoe Independent School District releases mission statement

The Mission of the Muleshoe Independent School District is to graduate life-long learners and productive citizens by providing an instructional program and educational environment that develops the skills, attitudes and ethics necessary to meet the needs of a changing society.

Focus on Faith: God’s Grace: It Just Isn’t Fair!

A surpassingly strange story it is, and enough to make a math or accounting major bite nails. I’m talking about Jesus’ Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard (Matthew 20:1-16).
Here’s the story in a nutshell: It’s grape-harvest in Palestine. A vineyard owner goes out early to hire men to work in his vineyard, and he agrees to pay them a denarius, a normal day’s wage. They go to work.