Daily Archives: September 21, 2018

A Homecoming Queen is crowned

Kyndal Miller, Muleshoe’s 2018 Homecoming Queen pictured with the Homecoming Court Nominees Natalie Diaz, Valeria Carreaga, Joceline Ramirez and Keely Dunham.

Topics at the Town Hall meeting focused on budget and school issues

Muleshoe Journal Correspondent

Texas State Senator Kel Seliger stopped in Muleshoe Monday as part of his Town Hall Tour of the District. The senator and Muleshoe Citizens gathered at AimBank and discussed several issues, focusing in large part of state financing and education.
“The budget is a big thing,” Seliger said.

City of Muleshoe approves budget, tax rate ordinances

The regular meeting of the City of Muleshoe was held Monday, Sept. 10, at City Hall. Unofficial minutes of the meeting follow:
Members present were Mayor Cliff Black, Mayor Pro-Tem Colt Ellis; and council members Earl Behrends, Gary Parker and Lupe Mendoza.
Others present were Gil Rennels, Channel 6; Police Chief Gary McHone; City Manager LeAnn Gallman; and City Secretary Zanea Carpenter.

Press Release: The Bright Lights of Muleshoe

You’ve read some of the stories from The Bright Lights of Muleshoe in the Muleshoe Journal. Now own the book!
Alice Liles has turned selected stories from her blog The Bright Lights of Muleshoe into a book. Begun in 2009, the blog celebrates the history and eccentric characters that make Muleshoe special. Stories about what makes West Texas its own original place and the popularity of football come to life as it all comes together in entertaining stories. Escapades remembered from Liles’ days teaching at Muleshoe High School reveal the antics teachers and students experienced that didn’t always fit the curriculum, but made school an inviting place to learn and teach.

Senior News

We enjoyed a great Pancake Breakfast! We appreciate you all that come out and support this center; we wouldn’t be able to do it without you! We show a movie every Monday at 1:00 p.m. (popcorn is provided). We also have Bingo every Thursday at 1:30 p.m. There is usually a game or two of 80 going on at any given time. Come join us for a good meal and a good time!

“Why do cows have hooves instead of feet?”
“Because they lactose.”


Monday, Sept. 24
Chicken Teriyaki/Rice, Stir Fry Vegetables, Green Peas, Sweet Potato Pie, Wheat Bread

Tuesday, Sept. 25
Pork Chop, Black-Eye Peas, Spinach, Baked Apple Slices, Cornbread

Wednesday, Sept. 26
Chicken Fried Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Country Gravy, Stewed Okra, Seasoned Corn, Pumpkin Square

Thursday, Sept. 27
Taco Salad, Refried Beans, Spanish Rice, Broccoli & Cauliflower Salad, Corn or Flour Tortilla, Apricot Halves

Friday, Sept. 28
Fish or Chicken Strips, Borracho Beans, Green Peas, Tossed Vegetable Salad, Lo Cal French Dressing, Whole Wheat Roll, Tropical Fruit Mix