February 28, 2020
  • 12:35 pm Technology, training help police communicate, serve the public
  • 1:46 pm Portales, New Mexico Auction
  • 1:41 pm Muleshoe City Council Approves Contract with Leading|EDG
  • 1:37 pm BCEC Scholarship
  • 4:40 pm Green grapes bring back memories

By Kay Ledbetter AgriLife Today AMARILLO – Risk management is the name of the game when it comes to growing dryland sorghum and corn, which both offer cropping alternatives “when and if” conditions are right, according to recent Texas A&M AgriLife studies.

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By Adam Russell OVERTON – Cool temperatures and wet weather created prime conditions for fall armyworms and major problems for forage producers around the state, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert.

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AUSTIN — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said today that state sales tax revenue totaled $2.46 billion in October, 6.9 percent more than in October 2016. “Sales tax revenue growth was led by receipts from the mining and manufacturing sectors,” Hegar said. “Most of the other economic sectors, such as wholesale trade, retail trade, services and […]

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BY GAIL M. WILLIAMS Muleshoe Journal Correspondent Bailey County Commissioners Court met in regular session in the Bailey County Courthouse on Monday, Oct. 23. Attending were County Judge Sherri Harrison, Precinct 1 Commissioner Gary Don Gartin, Precinct 2 Commissioner Mike Slayden, Precinct 3 Commissioner Cody Black, Precinct 4 Commissioner Juan Chavez and County Clerk Robin […]

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BY GAIL M. WILLIAMS Muleshoe Journal Correspondent The City of Muleshoe through the Economic Development Corporation presents Leadership Muleshoe from 9 a.m.-noon Thursday, Nov. 2, at the City Training Facility, 303 S. Main St. The free event will feature Jody Holland and Matty McLain.

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