May 18, 2024
  • 3:18 pm Several area seniors receive AgTexas scholarships
  • 3:17 pm 8 area students receive Five Area Connect Scholarships
  • 3:14 pm Muleshoe City Council considers childcare facility tax exemption
  • 3:14 pm This is what the Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge Expansion means for landowners
  • 3:13 pm Muleshoe Art Association holds last meeting of the year

“The worst moment for an atheist,” writes G. K. Chesterton, “is when he feels a profound sense of gratitude and has no one to thank.” Though any season is a great time for gratitude, Thanksgiving certainly lends itself at least to some thinking about the subject whether we’re believers, agnostics, atheists, or anything-else-ists.

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By Kaci Morris November 25th kicks off the official holiday shopping season! We will celebrate our small businesses with a day of shopping followed by tree lighting, hot chocolate, Christmas carols and the start of our Shop The Shoe event!

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Competing against Dimmitt, Friona and Littlefield, Muleshoe Junior High UIL contestants took first in 8 out of 18 competitions in the Junior Academic Contest held in Muleshoe Final totals were: Muleshoe, 1,174.5; Littlefield, 1,065.7; Dimmitt, 632.7; and Friona, 564.2. Superintendent Dr. R.L. Richards showed his appreciation with the following:

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The Muleshoe Mules advanced to the 2nd Round of the District Playoffs by defeating the Crane Golden Cranes in the first round. “We are proud of the Mules’ character at the 1st Round of playoffs in Denver City last Friday,” said Superintendent Dr. R.L. Richards. “The Mules defeated Crane and will now advance.”

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Yes, you have been inquiring about when is the pancake breakfast. Well, the first Saturday, December 2, is THE day from 7 AM to 11 AM. Come and fill up on fresh made pancakes, bacon, sausages with a variety of syrups (including sugar free). Of course, there will be milk, orange juice and fresh made […]

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