July 5, 2020
  • 3:57 pm Making Muleshoe
  • 3:52 pm 1st coronavirus death reported in Bailey County
  • 3:44 pm Parade canceled; food vendors, fireworks still on
  • 3:43 pm Letter to the Editor
  • 3:41 pm St. Clair name prominent in town

By Gail M. Williams Muleshoe Journal Correspondent In the midst of a pandemic, Muleshoe Area Medical Center is prepared to diagnose and stabilize patients who present with COVID-19 symptoms, according to hospital administrator Dennis Fleenor. “Because we are a Critical Access Hospital, our role and duty is to stabilize and transport the patient. Unless someone is […]

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Did you see the Covid-19 news conference the other day featuring a particularly noted, well-published, and often-quoted professor of epidemiology? Dr. Angus Jones-Brown has been studying virus transmission for many decades, and the data accumulated over those many years seems to rather clearly indicate, against all previous thought, that most of these viruses proliferate not […]

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By Gail M. Williams Muleshoe Journal Correspondent Not only have necessities such as toilet paper and paper towel been flying off the shelves, they’ve been flying off the trucks, according to Rene Valle, Family Dollar store manager in Muleshoe. “We haven’t stocked anything in over three weeks. They’ve been grabbing it as it comes off […]

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By Carolyn Johnson If you’ve ever wondered if our Senior Center was filling a real need in our community, you only have to look at the number of meals we served this past week. As most of you know, we provide a nutritious meal every week day– Monday through Friday. A total of five meals […]

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“BE THE LIGHT” MOVEMENT – Sudan ISD is taking part in the “Be the Light” movement that several other schools are also taking part in. Schools across the state are burning their stadium lights as a sign of hope and reassurance for their students. They are flying flags and illuminating Hornet Field from 9 p.m. […]

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