April 22, 2024
  • 3:47 pm Lubbock County crash kills 1, injures 2
  • 3:47 pm Sudan teen killed in Hockley County crash
  • 3:46 pm 17 Muleshoe Mules heading to regional track
  • 3:46 pm Muleshoe City Council appoints judges for May 8 Special Election
  • 3:45 pm Here are the Muleshoe Art Association’s Spring Show winners

The filing period is open for those interested in running for Muleshoe Mayor.  Members of the Council, including the Mayor, are elected to three-year terms. Current Mayor Colt Ellis was elected to the office in 2021. He previously held the District 1 City Council position.  Candidate packets can be picked up from the City Secretary […]

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The Bailey County Senior Center would like to recognize our Sponsor of the Week, Ellis Funeral Home.  In February, 1959 Frank H. Ellis and his wife Sally of Plainview, Texas purchased Travis Reed’s interest in Singleton Funeral Home of Muleshoe where Frank became manager. January 1, 1976, Frank and Sally purchased full interest in the […]

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PHOTOS PROVIDED BY ALICE LILES Alice’s note: This story first appeared in my blog The Bright Lights of Muleshoe on January 17, 2024. After the Black family was mentioned in the story about the Redwine family, I figured I’d better tell you about them, too! Both families are a part of Muleshoe’s history. Okay, so Nelda […]

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February brings hearts, flowers and sweet treats in a valentine-shaped box for some. For others, there’s nothing better than cuddling up with a sweet read. For the third year in a row, Muleshoe Library presents Blind Date with a Book, starting on Feb. 1 and lasting throughout the entire 29 days. Muleshoe librarian Frances Recio […]

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I have often found myself in need of a clever quotation and am happy to report that the internet usually makes such a search relatively simple. If one is looking for a pithy turn of phrase, a quick search for G.K. Chesterton quotes will dig up gold with very little difficult mining needed at all. Want […]

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