Mules look to rebound from opening loss

By Dave Wagner MULESHOE — The Muleshoe Mules didn’t get off to the kind of start they’d hoped for Friday night. The smaller, quicker Mules held a bigger Seminole team in relative check most of the way, but couldn’t break through on any of their own handful of scoring opportunities in absorbing a 7-0 homefield […]

Friday area prep football scores

CNJ STAFF Mayfield 32, Clovis 7 Texico 20, Bovina 6 Fort Sumner 60, Hagerman 0 Melrose 52, Hondo 6 Seminole 7, Muleshoe 0 Farwell 22, Plains 12

Muleshoe High grad finds success in motivational speaking

By Eric Butler Jimmy Cabrera’s book is called “What’s In Your Backpack? Packing For Success In Life.” Its cover features a bag stuffed with notebooks, pencils and highlighters. Although the Muleshoe man works year-round giving motivational lectures to audiences of all kinds, it is perhaps appropriate that the school motif is utilized for Cabrera’s written […]

Muleshoe hit with West Nile outbreak

By Darrell Todd Maurina Muleshoe Area Medical Center says it now has three confirmed cases of West Nile virus and a dozen cases under investigation. In response, Muleshoe doctors urge residents to seek medical evaluation for persistent headaches and other flu-like symptoms. Dr. Joe Garrett, an epidemiologist with the Texas Department of Public Health, said […]

Bruns, Don

Don Bruns Mr. Don Bruns, 88, of Muleshoe, died Saturday, Aug. 2, 2003, at Parkview Nursing Home. He was born on Feb. 25, 1915, in Mt. Park, Okla. He married Marie Robertson on Sept. 30, 1939, in Clovis. He moved to Muleshoe from Farwell in 1949. He was a farmer and a member of the […]

Gymnasts do well in nationals

CNJ STAFF Katlin Luscombe of Texico and Ann Marie McLelland of Clovis were part of a team of ninth athletes representing Muleshoe-based Acrospirit Trampoline and Tumbling to participate in the USA Gymnastics National Championships from July 12-22 in Sacramento, Calif. Luscombe, who will be a sixth grader at Texico Elementary this fall, and McLelland, a […]

Letters to the editor 7/27

Dog’s death outrageous Nothing will change what happened to the police dog in Muleshoe, but the circumstances and explanation for the July 14 death of Sandor are outrageous. Officer Rodney Stevens’ statement about feeling “frustrated” just doesn’t seem quite enough. Clearly, he and the Muleshoe Police Department have not taken responsibility for the action that […]

Cherry, Ozell

Ozell Cherry Services: Have ben held. Ms. Ozell Higginbotham Cherry, 77, of Muleshoe, died Wednesday, July 23, 2003, at the Muleshoe Area Medical Center. She was born on May 7, 1926, in Bailey County, Texas. She was a lifelong resident of Muleshoe. She was a member of the Assembly of God Church. She was employed […]

Muleshoe firm sends goods to Iraq

By Eric Butler If Burton Brown comes across a sack of black-eyed peas from the Texas Panhandle while he’s stationed in Iraq, he’ll have Debbie Nickels of Muleshoe Pea and Bean to thank for the reminder of home. Brown, son of Mac Brown of Muleshoe and Jama Meritt of Lubbock, is in Iraq with the […]

Fired up for the Fourth

By Gary Mitchell Three-time Grammy Award nominee Holly Dunn will perform in concert during this year’s Smoke on the Water Fourth of July Celebration in Greene Acres Park. “Holly Dunn will be singing at 8 p.m., followed by the fireworks display,” said Liz Eisenbraun, events coordinator for the Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce. “If people […]