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Court Discusses Cost Of Jail’s Medical Service
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Concerns about the cost of medical treatment for prisoners in the Bailey County Law Enforcement Center highlighted Monday’s regular session of the commissioners court.

Sheriff Richard Wills spoke to the court, informing it of his discussions with local Physician’s Assistant Linda Bullock regarding the need for medical services at the center to hopefully reduce the amount needed for such in next year’s budget.

At previous county budget workshops it was noted that a growing portion of the budget was needed to pay for medical treatment for prisoners transported to the Muleshoe Area Medical Center.

“We can’t take every inmate to the emergency room,” the sheriff said.

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Left Behind
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Muleshoe varsity Mule Evan Paez leaves a Seminole Indians defender on the turf during the Thursday, Aug. 20, scrimmage at Benny Douglas Field.

The varsity Mules’ regular season begins Friday, Aug. 28, against the Levelland Lobos at Levelland ISD’s new field. The new Lobo Stadium is located on East Ellis just as visitors are entering Levelland on Hwy 385. Turn left on East Ellis about a half mile before you get the light at Hwy. 114.

Go through the four-way stop at Levelland Middle School, and Lobo Stadium sits between LMS and the ABC campus.

(Photograph by Gabby Perez)

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City Council To Handle City Manager Search
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
The Muleshoe City Council voted 3-1 not to contract with Strategic Governmental Resources for assistance in finding a new city manager during Monday’s special meeting.

Mayor Cliff Black, who was on the council when City Manager David Brunson was hired, cast the only dissenting vote.
A couple of months ago, Brunson announced his intent to retire shortly after the beginning of 2016.
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Former County Judge Celebrated
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Republican and Democrat candidates for President of the United States weren’t the only ones stumping for votes Tuesday, Aug. 18. Former County Judge Glen Williams promised to make another run for office… if the three dozen or so in attendance at his 100th birthday party at Muleshoe Area Medical Center would promise to support his rebid for office. Pictured is Judge Williams, accompanied by his wife Gladys, successfully blows out the “100” candles on his cake.

(Photograph by Larry Thornton)

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