July 14, 2020
  • 1:54 pm Willingham Southwest Cotton Gin
  • 1:51 pm Coronavirus curtails contact, but Muleshoe pride shines through
  • 1:50 pm Texans now required to wear face masks in public — but not in Bailey County
  • 1:40 pm The fourth of July that almost wasn’t
  • 11:00 am I guess the turtle was right
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By Gail M. Williams Muleshoe Journal Correspondent County Extension Agent John Villalba started work at Texas A&M AgriLife Extension in Bailey County on March 1, just as coronavirus shutdown procedures were being put into place. “It was a weird time,” Villalba said. “I didn’t have opportunity to meet too many people, in terms of face-to […]

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Staff Reports It’s now required to wear face coverings in public – but not in Bailey County. Governor Greg Abbott’s office issued a news release Thursday afternoon regarding this latest executive order, which makes it mandatory for Texans to wear a face cover over their nose and mouth in public spaces. The order applies to […]

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By Alice Liles Alice’s note: this story first appeared in my blog The Bright Lights of Muleshoe on July 7. July 4th was a bit different this year, but that didn’t stop Muleshoe from celebrating anyway. Saturday, July 4th, was a busy day, but the coronavirus almost shut things down. The parade was cancelled, which […]

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Well, I guess the turtle was right, and rain was on the way. If you can’t trust a turtle, the epitome of slow, faithful plodding, who can you trust? Not flighty or flitting, manic or depressive, just one step at a time dependability—that’s the ticket, turtle! But I’m getting ahead of myself. A couple of […]

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