December 7, 2019
  • 4:46 pm Countless Thanks to OUR VETERANS
  • 3:54 pm Field trips introduce MHS students to ag industry possibilities
  • 3:52 pm He looks young, he is young, and so were they all
  • 3:49 pm Muleshoe High School, community assemble to honor veterans
  • 3:48 pm This Alligator Bites Your Wallet and Won’t Stop Chewing

By Gail M. Williams Muleshoe Journal Correspondent The Muleshoe Police Department recently purchased tactical vests that officers can wear in the event of a critical incident or response. “We were able to purchase the vests with some cost savings found in last year’s budget,” said Muleshoe Chief of Police Gary McHone. McHone pointed out that […]

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By Gail M. Williams Muleshoe Journal Correspondent Muleshoe ISD Board of Trustees members Sergio Leal, Jay Cage, Jesus Tovar, Kevin Morris and Jeff King attended Legislative Update training on Tuesday, Oct. 22. The training was presented by Dax Gonzalaes of the Texas Association of School Boards at Educational Service Center 17 in Lubbock. MISD Superintendent […]

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By Carolyn Johnson It is our belief that every person deserves to age well. Our mission at the Bailey County Senior Center is to create and/or improve on the well-being of our senior population in the areas of physical, mental, and spiritual health. By daily providing social and behavioral support, we cancel out loneliness and […]

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Maple Co-Op Gin received its first cotton bale of the season last week from Canaan Heinrich, a farmer in Bailey county. Pictured: (Left to right) Francisco Nunez, Myndi Heinrich (Canaan’s wife) holding son Wyatt, and Canaan Heinrich holding the couple’s other son, Keaton.

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By Gail M. Williams Muleshoe Journal Correspondent Dalton Kasel, the 20-year-old bull rider from Mulesehoe, recently rode to victory in an Unleash the Beast event in Nampa, Idaho, at Cooper Tires Take the Money and Ride. Kasel is now No. 1 in the 2019 Rookie of the Year standings, leading No. 2 Mason Taylor by […]

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