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Muleshoe FUMC, other Muleshoe churches, reflect and repent during Lent

On Wednesday, March 6, First United Methodist Church of Muleshoe, along with churches of many denominations throughout the world, began the season of Lent with a special service involving the sign of the Cross made with ashes placed on participants’ foreheads.


Beloved Texas School Librarian Is Discovered Dead by Her Daughter, and Cop Husband Is Suspect

Belinda Hernandez led an enriching life but never lost sight of the dream she carried in her heart. “I was very happily married; I loved my children,” she reflected in a 2014 interview with the Houston Chronicle. “But I always had my one regret. I wished I had gone to college and become a teacher.”


AW Broadband is working to provide upgraded services to Muleshoe

Despite rumors to the contrary, AW Broadband will continue to provide services to the Muleshoe community, and, by the way, those services are receiving an upgrade, according to an email from owner Matt Carpenter.


Texas Mom Is Mauled to Death by Her 2 Pit Bulls, Who Are Then Shot by Police

A 33-year-old woman was mauled to death Saturday by her two pit bulls, who’d been quarantined earlier this month after a biting incident in Irving, Texas, according to a police statement.


Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick teases multiple special sessions unless Texas enacts 'substantial' tax relief

AUSTIN — Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick says state lawmakers must enact "substantial" tax relief even if it means working overtime. On Sunday, Patrick sent his supporters an email urging the Texas Legislature to convene a special session if it does not pass one of several property tax relief bills before it's


Muleshoe man accused of kidnapping two children

LUBBOCK, Texas (KLBK/KAMC) - Federal prosecutors on Wednesday announced an indictment against Rene Gloria, 57, of Muleshoe for kidnapping two children. In February, EverythingLubbock.com covered criminal charges against Gloria who was at that time accused of sexually abusing a child.


Man jailed in Central Texas charged in rest area murder

MARSTON, Mo. (AP) A Missouri man jailed in Central Texas is now charged with killing a woman at an Interstate 55 rest area in October. The Sikeston Standard Democrat reports that 27-year-old Eliot Bonner of St. Charles, Mo., was charged Friday with first-degree murder, armed criminal action and unla


Muleshoe Lions Club 3rd Annual Roseday

Price includes a vase and card for that special someone. The profits from the sale go to help children in the area with eyeglasses and to sponsor kids with disabilities to go to Texas Lions Camp.


Head-on crash on Texas highway leaves 5 dead including police chief

BARDWELL, Texas (AP) Investigators say a traffic accident in North Texas has killed five people including a police chief driving a private car. The Texas Department of Public Safety says the two-vehicle wreck happened around 10 a.m. Sunday on Highway 34 near Bardwell, 40 miles south of Dallas.


Four female Texas Democrats skipped a House hearing on an abortion bill. Here's why

AUSTIN -- Four House Democrats did not show up Monday for a meeting of their committee that was about to hear an anti-abortion rights bill. Republican Dallas Rep. Morgan Meyer's plane to Austin was said to be late.


Clovis woman convicted of 4th DWI following July 2018 arrest

CLOVIS, N.M. (KVII) — A Clovis woman was convicted of her fourth DWI by a Curry County on Friday. According to 9th Judicial District Attorney Andrea Reeb, Josett Anaya, 36, of Clovis, was convicted of her 4th DWI, a fourth-degree felony, after failing a breathalyzer test and being arrested in July 2


Lady Mules win Friona Relays

Watson Junior High 7th and 8th grade Lady Mules competed in the Friona Relays on March 7 and place first overall. Teams that were competing were Friona, Dimmitt, Littlefield, Vega, Bovina and Muleshoe.


Daybreak Today Thursday Morning Brief

This morning on Daybreak Today, 22-year-old Shae Partain remains in police custody after a nearly four-hour standoff with the Lubbock Police Department and SWAT team. Police were initially called to the area of 33rd Street and University Avenue with a “shots fired” report.


New Mexico Sues Air Force for Toxic Groundwater Contamination

The New Mexico Environmental Defense agency is suing the U.S. Air Force for toxic contamination of groundwater surrounding multiple Air Force bases across the state, resulting from past military firefighting activities.


Wolverines hunting one seed in 1A Play-offs

The Springlake-Earth Wolverines’ varsity baseball team is entering its fourth year of being a program and third year under Head Coach DJ Atwood. The Wolverines were 0-4 overall, 0-1 in district play, heading into their Tuesday match-up with Ralls. Results were not available at press time.


Sudan woman qualifies for Boston Marathon

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Tara Carr is a business-owner, wife, mom, and.. marathon runner. “I had to see what God gave me, and at that point I didn’t care what it looked like to anyone else. I just knew that I had to do it for myself, I couldn’t live with the regret of not knowing,” Carr said.


Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office talks about cell phones and problems calling 911

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Deputies in Parmer County, in the panhandle, have been frantically trying to find the toddler who called 911 for help saying her mom was lying on the floor. But now, after 24 hours later, they believe there is no emergency, after all. Authorities say there is a lot to be learned


Leaders gather to discuss eastern New Mexico water pollution problem

CLOVIS, N.M. (KRQE) - Eastern New Mexico leaders are trying to figure out how to best handle water pollution in the area. The Environment Department discovered public and private water supplies near both Holloman and Cannon Air Force Bases are polluted from toxic foam used to clean up fuel spills. T


HS SOFTBALL/BASEBALL RDP: Tigerettes defeat Fillies in 2-3A play

SLATON — Kaylee Franklin struck out two batters and allowed two earned runs in seven innings to lead Slaton to a 5-3 triumph Shallowater in District 2-3A play Tuesday. In the win, Madi Englund recorded two RBI for the Tigerettes. Kamryn Gibbs, KK McCord and Alexis Rubio each had one RBI.


Seeing double: Sudan 6th grade has multiple multiples

Walking through the sixth-grade halls at Sudan ISD, you may feel like your eyes are playing tricks on you. They’re not — you really are seeing double!. The sixth-grade class has multiple multiples. There are three sets of twins and one set of triplets.