Monthly Archives: November 2018

Commissioners set dates to receive bids to auction off surplus items

From staff reports

Bailey County Commissioners Court met in regular session at the Courthouse at 11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 22. Present were Precinct 1 Commissioner Gary Don Gartin, Precinct 2 Commissioner Mike Slayden, Precinct 3 Commissioner Cody Black, Precinct 4 Commissioner Juan Chavez, and County Clerk Robin Dickerson, ex-officio clerk of Commissioners Court.
County Judge Sherri Harrison was absent.
Black moved and Slayden seconded a motion approving the minutes of the meeting held on Oct. 9. Motion carried unanimously.

Home burns in Monday morning fire

BY GAIL M. WILLIAMS
Muleshoe Journal Correspondent

The Muleshoe Fire Department received a call to a house fire at 11:29 a.m. Monday morning. Firefighters were clear from the scene at 2:02 p.m. Cause of the fire is under investigation.
No one was hurt, but the Carracas family lost everything they have. They are in need of the following donations, according to neighbor Vanessa Lucas.

How a pallet supply company came to be

By Alice Liles

Alice’s note: This story first appeared in my blog The Bright Lights of Muleshoe on July 25, 2016. Pallets may seem like a simple, somewhat overlooked piece of equipment, but they are anything but simple to produce.

A pallet manufacturing plant in the middle of West Texas somehow seemed like a strange thing to me, so I decided to find out how it came to be that L&L Pallet Supply, Inc. wound up in Muleshoe. General manager Travis Hall graciously agreed to answer all my questions and showed me how those pallets are made.

Senior News

Happy Thanksgiving!!!! I wish you all a very thankful and happy Turkey Day!! So many things we have to be thankful for and sometimes we overlook the best. Life is important and we each have many blessings to count.
We are selling raffle tickets for a beautiful quilt that Nadine Hawkins made.

Sudan Student Council held an event

Courtesy photos

Sudan Student Council held an event Fudge For FireFighters and Cookies for Cops on behalf of the school and community, showing how much we appreciate their endless hours of service, dedication and compassion for Sudan along with neighboring communities.
Each high school student wrote a Thank You note along with the Elementary’s Appreciation poster to send along with the goodies.