October 18, 2021
  • 9:43 pm Sammie Simpson Day at the Heritage Center
  • 9:38 pm Mules head into off week looking to regroup
  • 9:35 pm “In a ‘Deepfake’ World, Who Can We Trust?”
  • 9:33 pm Senior Center—Meeting the Needs
  • 9:31 pm MISD, Shelby’s Bridge partner to help students learn workforce skills

Snyder was a 30-point favorite. The Tigers had just taken the top-ranked team in Class 3A Division I to the limit the week before, have 25 seniors on the roster compared to Muleshoe’s 28 total players, and looked early on ready to walk to another blowout victory. Instead of rolling over, the Mules fought back. […]

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Muleshoe suffered a 45-33 loss to Snyder in a non-district football game on Friday night in the team’s homecoming game. Photos by Nathan Giese.

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Back during the 2011 drought, Keith and Brenna Burch were looking for a crop with low water needs. Vineyards were gaining attention in the Texas Hill Country, and vineyards take less water than cotton and corn. They did some investigating and also discovered that while the High Plains isn’t exactly blessed with a Mediterranean climate, […]

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Jokes and stories attributed to US Presidents–true or not–have to make some of them blush with embarrassment.     File drawers of the late President Harry S. Truman must have bulged nigh unto disintegration. He was arguably the most plain-spoken president of the 20th century. (Admittedly, in the 21st century, he probably would have been a distant second […]

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Marshall Cook is 94 years old. He was born to Sears and Pauline Cook from the Hillsboro, TX area. The family moved to West Texas in the 1920s. Marshall was born in 1927 near Snyder, TX. As was typical at that time, the doctor came to the home to make the delivery. Marshall was the youngest […]

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