July 15, 2019
  • 1:25 pm Arrington: USMCA passage is critical for Texas energy, agriculture
  • 1:23 pm Mule Days and Kickin’ Nights 2019
  • 1:13 pm Cyclists from across the nation to stop in Muleshoe on Journey of Hope
  • 1:03 pm Sudan Hornets beat Amherst Bulldogs
  • 12:58 pm Sudan Hornets outlast Muleshoe Mules

By Alice Liles Alice’s note: This story first appeared in my blog The Bright Lights of Muleshoe on October 26, 2010. Joe Bob Stevenson was one of the first friends we made when we moved here in 1980. After he married Sheila Snyder in 1985, the friendship continued and we all had many fun times […]

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Zeta Rho chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held their monthly meeting Jan. 9 in the home of Sherri Shipman. Barbara Finney served as co-hostess. Members enjoyed Cuban Caesar salad, cream of tomato soup, creamed potato soup, with sour cream, chives, grated cheese, and bacon bits as garnish along with assorted crackers, tea, and wine. Red […]

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BY GAIL M. WILLIAMS Muleshoe Journal Correspondent Social convention dictates specific roles for members of a wedding. Bride, groom, mothers, fathers and friends all have a part to play. But while grandmothers wear corsages and are sometimes honored with a mention in the wedding program, it is seldom that they have an active function during […]

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The Muleshoe Art Association met in the Santa Fe Depot at the Muleshoe Heritage Center on Tuesday, January 8, for their first monthly meeting of the new year. Tom Boutell, retired Muleshoe ISD teacher, entertained and educated members about abstract art. Boutell, who considers himself an abstract colorist, said the simple definition of abstract art […]

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