September 20, 2020
  • 9:49 am 2020 Fall Agriculture Directory
  • 4:44 pm 2 kids, bus driver hurt after crash
  • 4:41 pm MHS students can earn up to an associate’s degree
  • 4:41 pm Letter to the Editor
  • 4:40 pm Great workers equal great results

The Sudan Hornets’ varsity football team is coming off of a, 32-7, loss to Farwell in their home-opener on Friday, as they look to turn their attention to their neutral site game against Stamford at Floydada. “We feel like we are seeing improvement every week, that improvement just hasn’t translated into wins yet,” Head Coach […]

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By Alice Liles Alice’s note: This story first appeared in my blog The Bright Lights of Muleshoe on August 7, 2020. This is how two women are trying to do something positive in the wake of the negative virus outbreak. When Family Consumer Health agent Kathy Carr and secretary LeeAnn Helton at the Bailey County […]

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By Gail M. Williams Muleshoe Journal Correspondent Whether your symptoms are debilitating or mild, you can’t run out to the grocery store or the pharmacy when you’re quarantined for COVID-19. Most people rely on family or friends to run errands and provide the necessities of life during quarantine. For those who have no one to […]

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By Gail M. Williams Muleshoe Journal Correspondent When 34-year-old Raul Mata of Muleshoe found himself experiencing a sore throat and head pain, he called Muleshoe Area Medical Center and drove there for a COVID-19 test. “They tested me in the parking lot,” he said. “A nasal swab. It’s not at all fun.” Results came back […]

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By Gail M. Williams Muleshoe Journal Correspondent Vickie Burch, 69, a Muleshoe High School English teacher who lives four miles from Lazbuddie, has no idea how or where she contracted the coronavirus. But she was already pretty sick when she called Dr. Bruce Purdy on June 15, a day after the symptoms began. He arranged […]

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