November 28, 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

West Texas A&M University is looking for volunteers for its expanding AmeriCorps program.   The program, WT Rural Resilience and Opportunity on the High Plains AmeriCorps, is known as R2OHP. WT is looking to recruit students from the university as well as students from Amarillo College, Frank Phillips College and Clarendon College.   Retried teachers, counselors and […]

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The Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation is urging drivers to be vigilant for tow trucks and other emergency vehicles while on the roads this holiday season.   Motorists are asked to slow down or move over for emergency vehicles such as police cars and fire trucks.   Drivers are required by Texas law to slow down […]

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At 8 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 12, around 200 worshipers had gathered at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Father Heriberto Mercado noticed smoke coming from the ceiling and worked quickly and quietly to evacuate everyone.  Muleshoe Fire Department arrived at 8:10 a.m. According to a press release from Muleshoe/Bailey County Fire Marshal Benny Parker, there was a […]

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Boxes full of Christmas decorations came out of storage after Thanksgiving, and the process of creating holiday twinkle and shine commenced. I dug through one box and took out a Christmas memory that hasn’t missed many Christmases, my very plain, plastic, worn-out nativity set.  At some point in the part of my early childhood that […]

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We want it to be perfect, you know. Christmas, I mean. We really do. Something deep within us wants the lights and the trees, the music and the gifts, the family gatherings and candle-lit worship—all of it—to be Christmas card perfect. Do I claim to be an exception? No, I do not. Truth be told, […]

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