Daily Archives: December 27, 2018

Coloring Contest Winners

Muleshoe Journal Hosted its first annual Christmas Coloring contest. Congratulations to Abril Nunez, she was our first place winner. Runners up were Julia McCamish, Isla King, and Kasleigh. Thank you all for participating in our coloring contest.

Obituary: Sarah Marie Dominguez

Church service for Sarah Marie Dominguez, age 32, of Muleshoe, Texas is scheduled for 10:00 AM, Saturday, December 22, 20l8 at Center Pointe Church in Muleshoe with Ruben Acevedo officiating. Burial will be in Bailey County Cemetery. Sarah died Tuesday, December 18, 2018 in Muleshoe, Texas. She was born December 8, 1986 in Amherst, Texas to David and Sylvia (Hodges) Dominguez.

Missing Dog

Powder Bear Gonzalves comes to the Muleshoe area from Miles City, Montana for temporary work of cleaning out surrounding dairies. Gonzalves is a former POW, Vietnam Veteran Marine traveling with his companion puppy Charlie Russell Gibson. After the passing of his wife to cancer, he made a promise to her that he will look after Charlie. On December 12th, Gonzalves was out in the area of Wedel Farms, when he let Charlie out the truck for a bit, Charlie, with dog instincts, took off chasing rabbits, losing sight of where he went. Please keep a watchful eye out in the

Fast food workers get no respect

By Alice Liles
Alice’s note: This story first appeared in my blog The Bright Lights of Muleshoe on January 20, 2010. What with the frantic Christmas shopping season just coming to a close, I’ll bet there might have been more than one time you and your family had a meal at a fast-food chain on one of those shopping sprees. And it could be that one of those visits included an order gone wrong or patience on one or both sides of the counter being in short supply. So I thought this story might be food for thought, no pun intended, for those of you who did some eating out during the holidays.

We walked into a fast food chain over the weekend to be greeted by a pleasant hello from the young woman behind the counter. I placed my order for a small cheeseburger, mustard and mayonnaise, no ketchup. I knew I was in trouble when she had to ask her supervisor a question, and when she returned to the register, she had to ask me again what I wanted. She punched around on her register/computer screen a few times.
“You wanted all the vegetables, right?”
“Right.” Vegetables had not been mentioned up until then. “I don’t want any ketchup.”
“Oh, right.”

Reinke recognizes B&M Pump Irrigation Sales and Service as a top ten dealership

DESHLER, Neb. — Reinke has recognized B&M Pump Irrigation Sales & Service, with locations in Seminole and Morton, as one of the top ten highest selling dealerships throughout the United States and Canada, in acknowledgment of the company’s marketing year success.
B&M Pump Irrigation was also honored as one of the top five dealers in the South Central Territory, a top five sprinkler retro dealer and they received a Diamond Reinke Pride award. The dealership was honored during Reinke’s annual convention held in Spokane, Wash.