A Homecoming Queen is crowned

A Homecoming Queen is crowned

Kyndal Miller, Muleshoe’s 2018 Homecoming Queen pictured with the Homecoming Court Nominees Natalie Diaz, Valeria Carreaga, Joceline Ramirez and Keely Dunham. More »

Topics at the Town Hall meeting  focused on budget and school issues

Topics at the Town Hall meeting focused on budget and school issues

BY GAIL M. WILLIAMS Muleshoe Journal Correspondent Texas State Senator Kel Seliger stopped in Muleshoe Monday as part of his Town Hall Tour of the District. The senator and Muleshoe Citizens gathered More »

Press Release: The Bright Lights of Muleshoe

Press Release: The Bright Lights of Muleshoe

You’ve read some of the stories from The Bright Lights of Muleshoe in the Muleshoe Journal. Now own the book! Alice Liles has turned selected stories from her blog The Bright Lights More »

Sorority enjoys trip with John Gulley

Sorority enjoys trip with John Gulley

Zeta Rho chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held their monthly meeting in the home of Sandi Chitwood on Tuesday, September 11th. Chitwood and co-hostesses Melba King and Martha Hunnicutt served members Mexican More »

 

Mules suffer heartbreak loss against Chieftains

By Jimmy Villa

The Muleshoe Mules lose a heartbreaker in front of a packed homecoming crowd, to one of their oldest rivalries, the Friona Chieftains. The Mules hosted the Chieftains Friday night and were set back a 0-3 start on the season. The Mules displayed heart and tough tenacity in the loss. The offense had a lot of bright spots and being able to find the end zone more times than previous weeks.

Junior high cross country teams bring home medals from weekend meet

By Jimmy Villa

The Watson Junior High Mules brought several medals back from the Tacos Rebel Run cross country meet at Amarillo John Stiff Park last weekend.
The JH Mules and Lady Mules took 10 runners.

Martinez brings home cross country medal

By Jimmy Villa

The Muleshoe High School Varsity Cross Country team travelled to Amarillo, Texas to participate in the Tacosa Rebel Run at the Amarillo John Stiff Park on Saturday September 15, 2018.
The Varity Lady Mules had three runners that participated in a 2 mile run; Senior Lilly Martinez finished with a time of 15:10 for an overall 10th place medal.

2018 Muleshoe High School Homecoming Queen Nominees

Muleshoe ISD’s 2018 Homecoming Queen Nominees: Natalie Diaz, Joceline Ramirez, Valeria Carreaga, Keely Dunham and Kyndal Miller. Homecoming Queen will be crowned at half-time this Friday, during the Muleshoe vs Friona game.

‘Cold Justice’ uses old-school methods, technology to track Muleshoe murder suspect

BY GAIL M. WILLIAMS
Muleshoe Journal Correspondent

From “Law and Order: SVU” to “Perry Mason” reruns, people are fascinated by murder mysteries.
But real-life murders are not solved in one hour, and sometimes it can take decades or longer before a cold case is closed.