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Wind Farm Planned For Bailey County
Thursday, September 25, 2014
“The next time you step outside and your hat blows off… think positive,” John Hall of Sudan said in closing his presentation to the Bailey County Commissioners’ Court during its regular meeting Monday.

Hall, who along with his wife Ruth and Melissa Miller of Miller Wind, appeared at the court to discuss their intent to establish a wind farm in Bailey County and neighboring Lamb County seeking the court’s designation of a reinvestment zone that he explained would be the “vehicle for granting a tax abatement” at a later date.

Hall explained that he and his wife had been working on the dream of bringing a wind energy farm to Bailey County for the past 32 years, traveling thousands of miles to attending seminars on wind energy in the process.

(John Hall addresses the commissioners' court Monday.)

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Muleshoe Day Set For Saturday
Thursday, September 25, 2014
The second annual Muleshoe Day is set for Saturday, Sept. 27, with the activities taking place on the lawn of the Bailey County Courthouse.

This year’s event will include muleshoe pitching at 2 p.m., a pie-eating contest at 3 p.m., bingo at 4 p.m., a talent show at 5 p.m.; and a street dance from 8-11 p.m.

According to Muleshoe Chamber of Commerce officials, the talent show has two divisions — 12 and under and 13 years old and up.

Also, there is no entry fee for the pie-eating contest. However, participants must provide two pies, the second one of which will be auctioned off.

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Homecoming Court Announced
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Muleshoe High School has announced the members of the 2014 Football Homecoming Court includes, pictured above from left to right, Adriana Loya, Lariat Adams, Ruby Andrade, Angelina Perez and Daniela Diaz.

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Perryton Loss Makes For Longer Ride Home
Thursday, September 25, 2014
The Mules made the very long trip to Perryton Friday afternoon. Even breaking up the trip into more normal distances did not seem to aid the Mules.

The trip home may have seemed much farther after losing to the Perryton Rangers, 32-21.

The Mules took the opening kickoff and marched 64 yards in eight plays to put the first points on the board with 7:23 left in the first period.

Josh Lopez pounded up the middle for two yards. Perryton was called for being off sides before Lopez took a pitch 14 yards from Danny Campos. Lopez again pounded the middle for a couple of yards.

(Mule Keagan Gonzales prepares to receive an incoming “pigskin missile” during Friday’s game against the Perryton Rangers. Photograph by Gabby Perez)

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JV Mules Win, 32-22
Thursday, September 25, 2014
The JV Mules continue to supply players to the Mule varsity on a weekly basis but continue to find ways to win. The Mules defeated the Perryton Rangers Thursday evening 32-22.

The Mules took the opening kick and drove their 35 to the Perryton 23 before a fumble cost the Mules the ball.
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Freshmen Defeat The Rangers
Thursday, September 25, 2014
e a scrappy bunch that do not run just the traditional spread offense of the Mules.

They also mix in proven plays of earlier Mule offenses and have found themselves and ways to win.

The Mules defeated the Perryton Rangers 8-0 Thursday afternoon.

The Mules kicked off to start the game Thursday and forced the Rangers to a three and out series.
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Beta Sigma Phi Begins New Year
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Zeta Rho chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority held its first meeting of the new year at the Muleshoe Heritage Center in the Santa Fe Depot on Tuesday, Sept. 18.

As the year’s theme is “Expand Your Beta Sigma Phi Family Tree,” members sat at family tables matching the color of the card they picked from a basket and then shared family traditions while enjoying salads brought by the members.

A game designed to refresh the member’s memory of the Beta Sigma Phi opening ritual was challenging and fun for established members and new members Pat Angeley and Nita Black, according to Alice Liles.

The door prize presented at the meeting was won by Judy Wilbanks.

(Members present, from left to right and from top to bottom, included: Pamela Miller, Cindy Purdy, Nita Black, Barbara Finney, Pat Angeley, Sheila Stevenson, Pat Young, Debbi Hutto, Kristine Isaacson, Sherri Shipman, Vicki Black, Sharon Agee, Cindy Barrett and Judy Wilbanks. Not pictured, Alice Liles.)

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