July 8, 2020
  • 1:54 pm Willingham Southwest Cotton Gin
  • 1:51 pm Coronavirus curtails contact, but Muleshoe pride shines through
  • 1:50 pm Texans now required to wear face masks in public — but not in Bailey County
  • 1:40 pm The fourth of July that almost wasn’t
  • 11:00 am I guess the turtle was right

BY GAIL M. WILLIAMS Muleshoe Journal Correspondent The regular meeting of the Muleshoe City Council took place at City Hall on June 8. Present were Mayor Cliff Black and council members Earl Behrends, Lupe Mendoza, Colt Ellis and Gary Parker. Also present were City Secretary Zanea Carpenter, City Manager Ramon Sanchez, Gil Lamb from Gil […]

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BY GAIL M. WILLIAMS Muleshoe Journal Correspondent The Muleshoe Library Summer Reading Program started June 1, according to librarian Dyan Dunagan. “We will have fun Summer Challenges each week,” she said. “If you don’t feel comfortable bringing your children to the library, we do have other options.” Those who complete all the challenges are eligible […]

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Staff Reports Bailey County COVID-19 case counts were up to 57 active cases as of numbers reported Wednesday afternoon by the Muleshoe/Bailey County Emergency Mgmt. Facebook page. A total of 86 cases have been reported in Bailey with 29 reported recoveries. A total of 435 COVID-19 tests have been administered locally. More than half of […]

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Texas Junior Anglers Annual Youth Fishing Day Texas Junior Anglers will be hosting their annual youth fishing day on Saturday, June 20. Please come join the fun at the West City Park, at Muleshoe Lake, 9:00 a.m. to Noon. Senior Center Wall of Honor We hope everyone will come to our Center on July 4th […]

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By Gail M. Williams Muleshoe Journal Correspondent Muleshoe Chamber of Commerce has announced that the Annual July 4 Parade and celebration will take place. In an online flyer, the Chamber invites Muleshoe citizens to: “Come on out and enjoy our ‘A Day of Honor’ 4th of July celebration! We will be kicking the day off […]

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