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Varsity Keep Away
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Childhood games tend to get a bit more intense as you grow up. Lady Mule Daniela Diaz battles with a Dimmitt Bobbie during the recent match up. After chasing the ball down, pictured above, the two varsity players go to their ground game in their efforts to secure it for their team.

(Photographs by Gabby Perez)


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Mules Defeat Wildcats In District Play
Thursday, January 22, 2015
The Mules and Littlefield Wildcats opened the District 2-3A conference season Friday night in what could only be called a barn burner for the first three quarters.

The two teams were never separated by more than four points during the first 24 minutes of the game.

The Mules took over the game in the final period and out scored the Wildcats 26-9 for the 59-43 win.

The battle changed quickly in the final frame after Tony Castillo had his pocket picked by Abram Lucero. Lucero drove the floor and went up for a lay up.

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Multiple Issues To Appear On May Ballot
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Muleshoe residents will be headed to the polls in May for what appears to be an extremely large ballot.

Along with the mayoral election, and the quarter cent sales tax election that to be used to maintain municipal streets, local residents will be faced with approximately 28 propositions concerning the city charter.

The charter is basically the constitution under which the city operates.

Initially brought to the city council’s attention back in November 2014, City Manager David Brunson said the propositions represent changes necessary to “clean up” the charter in the four decades since it was initially adopted.

Some of the proposed changes deal with the language in the charter while others deal with contradictions.

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Getting Ready For The Bailey County Junior Livestock Show
Thursday, January 22, 2015
By Gene Sheets, MISD Superintendent

This weekend marks the unofficial start to the Junior Livestock Show Season for Muleshoe students. The Bailey County Junior Livestock Show will be held this Friday and Saturday at the Bailey County Coliseum. The show will begin Friday at 8 a.m.

This Friday is a school holiday in Muleshoe, but many of our students will be up early Friday morning working to get their animals ready for the annual Bailey County Junior Livestock Show.

This event always involves hundreds of our students, as well as many of our faculty, staff, parents, and community members.

The livestock show involves students from third grade through 12th grade. Students learn responsibility, hard work, and leadership while taking care of their animals.

(County road hands, and other volunteers pitched in to prepare the coliseum this week for the annual junior livestock show. Photograph by Rhea Gonzales)

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Ladies Fall To Dimmitt In Tough District Play
Thursday, January 22, 2015
When the UIL drew up the District 2-3A schedule they did not do the young Lady Mules any favors.

The Lady Mules had to take on what many consider to be the top three teams in the district in the first three games.

The Lady Mules hosted the Dimmitt Bobbies Tuesday night and then traveled to Littlefield to battle the always tough Lady Cats.

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JV Mules Winning Streak Falls To Littlefield, 34-22
Thursday, January 22, 2015
The JV Mules seemed to be rolling merrily along through the basketball season. But Friday night in Littlefield the emergency break must have gotten pushed as the Mules just could not gain any momentum.

The Wildcats took the game 34-22.Triston Boehning took the entry pass from Jesse Leal and scored in the paint. He added a put back later in the period.

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Freshmen Ladies Improve Record In Game Against Littlefield, 31-25
Thursday, January 22, 2015
The freshmen Lady Mules improved their record to 8-7 Monday evening by defeating the Littlefield Lady Cats 31-25.

The win took an overtime period after the Lady Mules seemed to take a break in the fourth period and allowed the Cats to tie the game.

The Lady Mules led 23-16 going into the final quarter and Lily Barrera hit a 15-foot baseline jump shot to start the quarter.

The Cats scored three unanswered baskets to cut the Lady Mule lead to 25-22 and with time running out nailed a 3-pointer for the tie.

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JV Ladies ‘Roar Back’ For The Win
Thursday, January 22, 2015
The JV Lady Mules got off to a slow start against the visiting Dimmitt Bobbies Tuesday night. The two teams played to a dead heat in the middle two quarter but the Lady Mules came roaring back in the final period for a 34-32 win.

“Games like this add to the gray hair population on top of my head,” said Lady Mule coach Edie Niblett. “But they are so much fun. Our girls let Dimmitt control the first quarter but we discussed changes at the half and were able to come away with a two-point win.”

“This team just does not know the meaning of quit and are a fun bunch to be around. We had 10 steals that helped turn the game around.”

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Drennan Places
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Sudan’s Kendon Drennnan, pictured above, took fourth place in UIL State Congress recently.

After advancing in Tuesday’s preliminary competition at the University of Texas, Kendon competed in the finals at the state capitol building in Austin.

Some of our state’s legislators came into the chambers and watched the event.


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Gulley Shares Travels With Beta Sigma Phi
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Zeta Rho Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met in the home of Sherri Shipman on Tuesday, Jan. 13, for the organization’s monthly meeting.

Muleshoe Independent School District instructor John Gulley, pictured on the right, shared video and commentary on his summer trip to Spain, France, and London.

In the spirit of his trip, tapas, or small appetizers typical of Spain, along with wine and punch were served by hostess Shipman and co-hostesses Vicki Black, Sandi Chitwood, and Ricki Warren.

President Debbi Hutto presided over the business meeting that followed.

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Emma Villa
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Jimmy Villa and Marissa Olivas of Muleshoe announce the birth of their daughter, Emma Leigh Villa, on Jan. 17, 2015, at 12:56 p.m., at Lamb Healthcare Center of Littlefield.

Emma weighed seven pounds, 11 ounces at birth, and was 20.5 inches in length.She has three siblings, Jimmy, Kylee and Isaac.

Emma’s grandparents are Bernardo and Dora Olivas, Jimmy Villa and Ann Chacon.

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