December 6, 2022
  • 2:32 pm Wellington knocks Sudan out of playoffs
  • 2:31 pm Virtual AgriLife Crop Production and Protection Seminar set for December
  • 2:30 pm Bailey County elects new officer team
  • 2:27 pm FSA accepting offers for state acres for wildlife enhancement intiatives
  • 2:26 pm Thanksgiving is the Forgotten Holiday

Sudan vs. Plains  The Hornets put on a show in their homecoming win over Plains 56-12. This win extends their win streak to four as they dominated, specifically in the second quarter. In that quarter, they scored more than half of their 56 points, scoring five touchdowns in the quarter.   As a team they combined […]

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The Muleshoe Police Department has a new officer. Patrol officer Cory Painter took his oath and officially joined the PD Monday morning. His family was present for support on Wednesday when the oath was administered.  

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The Battle for the Chancellor’s Spurs lived up to the hype. The highs and the lows, the ESPN top 10 worthy catches, and the overtime madness made every Red Raider and Longhorn fan in attendance an excited nervous wreck for the entirety of the contest. The Red Raiders made timely plays throughout the contest including […]

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Over the years, teachers, librarians, administrators, parents and students have engaged in a lively debate over what materials are and are not appropriate for students. On Nov. 10, 2021, Governor Greg Abbott became involved in the issue when he directed the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to address statewide standards to prevent the presence of obscene […]

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Texas Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Beto O’Rourke made Muleshoe his 6th stop in a part of his Drive for Texas campaign. People from across Bailey County, across the panhandle, and even some from New Mexico, joined in to share their concerns in the community. Before the start of the event, people walked around talking to O’Rourke […]

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