Category Archives: Local

Rep. Ken King calls for solutions, not mandates

BY GAIL M. WILLIAMS
Muleshoe Journal Correspondent

District 88 Rep. Ken King (R) serves on the House Public Education Committee and is Chairman of the Subcommittee on Education Quality. This means that schools are as much on his mind as they are on the minds of the Muleshoe citizens that he addressed at a recent town hall meeting.

Voters have option to modify project scope for EDC

On Nov. 6 the City of Muleshoe voters will have the option to modify the scope of projects for the Muleshoe Economic Development Corporation.
The Development Corporation Act of 1979 gives cities the ability to finance new and expanded business enterprises in their local communities through Economic Development Corporations (EDCs). Within the Act, a city may form a Type A, Type B or both.

Senior News

Need something to do during these cooler days? Come see us and enjoy a good meal and wonderful company! There are good times to be had, we just need you! We will be showing Quigley Down Under on Monday, October 15, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. Bingo is still happening every Thursday at 1:30 p.m.

Three Muleshoe students make Region 16 All-Region Choir

By Christy Barber
Director of Choirs

Monday, nine very committed members of the MHS Colla Voce (KOH-la VOH-chay) Choir spent their holiday auditioning for a place in the Texas Music Educators Association Region 16 All-Region Choir. They have spent the last two months working on classical style choral music in German, Latin, and English, as well as perfecting their sight reading skills to prepare for the audition.

Muleshoe Animal Clinic takes care of business

By Alice Liles

Alice’s note: This story first appeared in my blog The Bright Lights of Muleshoe on April 20, 2017. As of August first of this year, Dr. Barry Cowart retired from Muleshoe Animal Clinic, and Dr. Mark Summers joined Dr. Steve Kennedy and Dr. Dustin Urbantke as partners in ownership of the clinic. While the partnership may have changed, the animal clinic’s good care of its many and varied patients has not.