The Chamber Banquet was a Bit Different this Year

Muleshoe Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture  manager Brittany Pendley and her directors decided to change things up a bit this year at the annual chamber banquet. Several comments that surfaced from a survey after the last banquet mentioned not having the usual...

There’s a New Mule in Town!

I was walking Porche Dog at the golf course last week, head down, watching my step. thoughts a million miles away. As we neared the turn at the first green, I looked up, and look what greeted me. A surprise mule! Naturally, I had to stop and do a closer inspection and...

The Hail Storm

Sunday night we were given that trite weather report that we might experience golf-ball sized hail and high winds. We have had hail, but this time the weather gods really did send us Golf-Ball Sized Hail ! The wind blew the hail in a nearly horizontal line out of the...

The Soccer Games- Kids in Constant Motion

I happened upon a batch of soccer games last Saturday. Kids were scurrying around chasing balls all over the place! I was intrigued, so I thought I’d find out how that all came about. Well, it seems back in 2016 Raul Mata was looking for sports for his kids to play...

The Resourceful Reyes Family

I visited with former student Hector Reyes and his family the other day. Hector runs a general construction business; his wife Angela is a first grade bi-lingual teacher at Dillman Elementary. They have four adult children and three younger ones at home. They also...

Muleshoe Art Association Hosts Spring Art Show

After missing two years in a row, thanks to Covid, the Muleshoe Art Association hosted their 2022 art show at the Oneita Wagnon Senior Center the week of April 4-8. Twenty-seven area artists entered one hundred and two entries, along with artwork from eighteen art...

San Francisco, the Surf Motel, and the Wake-Up Call

When Caroline graduated from Muleshoe High School in 1988, her dad suggested we take a celebratory graduation trip to San Francisco. I have forgotten many of the details after all these years, and my photography skills and choices of shots were a work in progress back...

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