April 7, 2020
  • 9:32 am Muleshoe City Council extends disaster declaration with added amendments
  • 10:59 am MISD responds to crisis with prayer, support
  • 10:55 am How to protect yourself from COVID-19
  • 10:45 am Census makes adjustments in view of the coronavirus
  • 10:45 am Celebrate National Nutrition Month by eating right, bite by bite

Though it seems everyone is working from home, local restaurants and businesses are still in operation. Some of them have taken to adding different services and leaning more toward other existing services while the Texas Governor’s mandate to temporarily close dining rooms is in place. Here’s what local restaurants and businesses are offering what. If […]

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Focus on Faith: Curtis Shelburn I’ve long thought that, in so many ways, the biggest blessings of life are the small ones. The weeks we’re living through right now underline that, don’t they? If, just a few weeks ago, you were a little bored and tired of the “normal” routine of your life, I’ll wager […]

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By Gail M. Williams Muleshoe Journal Correspondent Texas Education Agency recently released guidelines for paper-based packet pickup to mitigate health risks. The guidelines are directed at school systems that are offering a paper solution for families who do not have access to the Internet. According to the release: “When families have access to the Internet, […]

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By Alice Liles Alice’s note: This story first appeared in my blog The Bright Lights of Muleshoe on March 3, 2020. This story is a piece of Muleshoe history that would make a good TV drama. In the old days, most everyone in Muleshoe and Bailey County probably knew about Josh Blocher and his quest […]

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By Carolyn Johnson In a world that seems to be changing and possibly even dissolving, there are many of us who don’t understand. We see life as a series of problems. Maybe that’s because life is a series of problems. I would even go so far as to say that life is difficult. What makes […]

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