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Commissioners’ Court Declines Sheriff’s Request
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Bailey County’s commissioners court turned down a request from Sheriff Richard Wills for the funds necessary to purchase a new video camera system during Thursday’s regular meeting.

According to the sheriff, his deputies are required to use their existing cameras when making a traffic stop or interacting with the public as part of the department’s racial profiling documentation.

“Anymore it’s crucial that we have video cameras in our cars,” the sheriff said.

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Seminole Wind
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Back in 1992, John Anderson released his comeback country and western tune, “Seminole Wind.” However, during Thursday’s scrimmage with Muleshoe’s Mules, the title of the song at least took on an entirely new twist during the above play.

Pictured here, it appears as if an unidentified Mule is the one having “wind problems. Of course, with the contorting going on by both players above, it just may be this particular “wind” is a verb rather than a noun, as the Seminole player twists the Mule to the ground.

(Photograph by Gabby Perez)

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BCEC Celebrates 75 Years
Thursday, August 28, 2014
ectric Cooperative kicked off Saturday’s annual meeting with food and fun, celebrating the cooperative’s 75th year.

Along with the catered meal and musical entertainment, the members and visitors in attendance encountered various vender booths sponsored by local businesses and prize drawings.

Regarding the business conducted at the meeting, CPA Jack Moss of Bolinger, Segars, Gilbert & Moss reported that the cooperative was in strong financial standing with total assets of $78,556,072.

(Members and employees gather at the 75th annual BCEC meeting on Saturday.)

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Football Contest Begins This Week
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Are you ready for Muleshoe Mule Football! The 2014 football season is finally here and so is the Muleshoe Journal Football contest!

This is my fourth year to run the contest and I am looking forward to the camaraderie it brings to so many including myself.

This contest is free to play to anyone over the age of 12. Entries need to be at the Muleshoe Journal by noon on Friday. Sorry, there are no exceptions to this rule.

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Muleshoe Football Is Ready For Season
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Nineteen years ago Coach David Wood accepted his first head coaching job with the Muleshoe Mules. He planned to stay a few years and move up the Texas high school coaching ladder and eventually have an opportunity to return to Canyon’s Randall Raiders as head coach.

“I came to Muleshoe planning to leave in the beginning,” said Coach Wood. “But plans changed as time went along. Thought I had found a coaching job but instead my family and I found a great place to live, raise a family and live.”

During those 18 years the Mules have amassed a record of 152 wins, 61 losses, a Texas State Championship and have made the playoffs 15 straight years. The Mules plan to carve another notch for Coach Wood in 2014 and they would like to make it a big deep notch.

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Gladden, Brewster To Wed
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Jayme Gladden and Adam Brewster, along with their parents, would like to announce their upcoming wedding on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014, at 6 p.m., at the Wooden Spoke Guest Ranch, 5996 CR 2128, Snyder.

The parents of the couple are Alvin and Gail Gladden of Muleshoe, formerly of Morton, and Aubrey and Lois Brewster of Snyder.

Jayme and Adam will reside in Snyder.

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