February 27, 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

On couch, Left to Right Adian Ontiveros, Wilhelm Martens, Bo Kerr, Jackson Gable Standing, Left to Right Ila Combs, Luke Kerr, James Olson, Carson Davis, Coach Debbie Weir 8th grade team of Luke Kerr, Bo Kerr, Adian Ontiveros, and Jackson Gable won 4 of the 5 rounds in the morning session and advanced to the […]

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To set a lofty example is the richest bequest a man can leave behind him. We all have individuals who have influenced our lives by setting such an example. They have influenced us by providing guidance, financial support, direction, motivation, or inspiration somewhere and at sometime when we needed it the most. Today, the Royce […]

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Mercy Manzanales and Marisol Flores receive local Lions Club Scholarships. Mercy competed in the Diabetes Awareness and Outstanding Youth Essay contests while Marisol competed in the Drug Awareness Speech contest. Both young ladies will be advancing to and representing Muleshoe at the District level competition.

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Two more candidates have added their names to a pool of those vying for positions on the Muleshoe Area Hospital District, Muleshoe ISD and Muleshoe City Council seats. Gary Parker and Curtis Preston have announced their individual bids to re-run for Muleshoe City Council and Muleshoe ISD. Parker is the incumbent for the City Council […]

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By Gail M. Williams Muleshoe Journal Correspondent The Muleshoe Police Department has been undergoing training and making transitions to programs that will allow them great accessibility to information so that they can better serve the public. “We just transitioned to FirstNet through AT&T,” McHone said. “It enhances communications and increases interoperability with state, county and […]

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