Monthly Archives: September 2018

Muleshoe Area Public Library joins largest digital book club

Muleshoe Area Public Library patrons can join thousands of readers worldwide in the largest global digital book club, Big Library Read, through the library. From October 1-15, book lovers can borrow, read and discuss award-winning author Katherine Locke’s “The Girl with the Red Balloon” ebook with no waitlists or holds by visiting or downloading the Libby app. More than 19,000 libraries and schools around the world are participating.

Senior News

The Fall season has started! You can smell it in the air. Leaves will soon be changing colors and falling. Colder temperatures are coming. It seems like a good time for you to visit your Senior Center and eat a good meal and visit with friends.
SPAG will be here Friday, October 5th for a Medicare Open Enrollment Presentation. They’ll discuss any changes and set up appointments for Nov. 9th, to personally go over any of your concerns.

Obituary: Lillian O Hamilton

Lillian O. Hamilton passed from this life on Sept. 19, 2018. Family and friends will gather from 6 to 8 pm Friday, September 21, 2018 at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers, 6025 82 St, Lubbock, TX for visitation and again to celebrate her life of 99 years on Saturday, September 22, 2018 at 1:30 pm at First Baptist Church, Earth, TX. A tribute of Lillian’s life may be found at, where you may leave memories and expressions of sympathy for her family.

Mr. McCormick is moving

By Alice Liles

Alice’s note: This story first appeared in my blog, The Bright Lights of Muleshoe, on September 15, 2018. Muleshoe is losing another valued community member and good friend.

Mules held scoreless defeat by Brownfield Cubs

By Jimmy Villa

The Muleshoe Mules Varsity football were held scoreless as they traveled to Brownfield to face the Cubs.
The Mules defense had a solid performance in front of a Cub’s homecoming crowd fighting hard and keeping the game within reach for the first three quarters.
In the opening quarter of the game the Mules defense were able to contain the Cub’s high-powered offense to only one touchdown.