McDonald’s Restaurant Donates to MOST Scholarship

See our interview with McDonald’s owners Steve and Susan Credle and manager Jerome Sena about their donation of $3,000 to the Muleshoe Opportunity Scholarship Trust to help give a $500 scholarship to each graduating senior at Muleshoe High School.  Accepting the donation is MISD Superintendent Dr. R.L. Richards and MHS Principal Steve Myatt.  To donate to the MOST Scholarship send checks to MISD, 514 West Avenue G, Muleshoe, Texas, 79347.

4-26-17 Muletrain News

See the Wednesday, April 26, 2017, Muletrain News:  Obits for Helen Schmitz and John Mendoza, Weather Forecast, Softball Bi-District vs River Road, Baseball Seeding vs. Roosevelt, Regional Track Meet Qualifiers, Golf at Regional, DeShazo 5th Grade Musical, Thurman Myers on Sounds of Texas Monday, End of School Year Calendar, May 6th Election Info, Karen Peck at Calvary Baptist, SHAC Fun Run, Hospital Board Agenda, Fine Arts Night to Shine, Project Graduation, Prayer List, Sounds of Texas and much more!

Kristen Neely New Nurse Practitioner at Muleshoe Area Medical Center

See our interview with Kristen Neely new Nurse Practitioner at the Muleshoe Area Medical Center in Muleshoe, Texas.  You can make an appointment to see Kristen by calling 806-272-7544, Monday-Friday, 8a.m.-5p.m.  You can visit the Muleshoe Area Medical Center’s website at

Sweetheart Mary Janice Brantley

Hear our Sweetheart program featuring Mary Janice Brantley who has recently moved from Muleshoe.  The Sweetheart program is brought to you by Hereford Feed Ingredients.

4-24-17 Muletrain News

See the Monday, April 24, 2017, Muletrain News:  Obits for Ilda Andrade, Saturday Wreck Kills Muleshoe Man, Weather Forecast, Early Voting Begins for May 6th Election, Smokin’ it for Kreid Raises $6,500, Dillman Pre-K & Kindergarten Registration, Head Start Registration, Girls Golf to Regional, Softball Bi-District, Fine Arts Night to Shine, Operation Screen Your Athlete Successful, Conner’s Honored for 26 Year of Ministry, Commissioners Court Agenda, Senior Center News, MOST Scholarship, MHS Band Sweepstakes, SHAC Fun Run/Walk, Nominations Needed for MISD Teachers/Staff Member of Year, Prayer List, Philosopher Magician and much more!

Disciple Now Message by Rane Carpenter – First Baptist Muleshoe, April 23, 2017

Hear the Disciple Now by Rane Carpenter at the First Baptist Church of Muleshoe, Texas, on April 23, 2017.  Rane has been the speaker of Disciple Now Weekend.  He is a graduate of Wayland Baptist University and a student at Truett Seminary in Waco.  He is pastor of Spring Creek Baptist Church.   Also includes recognition of Stacy and Debbie Conner for 26 years of ministry by Dani Heathington, Chair of the Personnel Committee, and Dr. Steve Vernon, Associate Executive Director of the Baptist General Convention of Texas.

How to Find Your Happy Place – Calvary Baptist Muleshoe, April 23, 2017

Hear the message “How to Find Your Happy Place” Proverbs 17:22 by Brother Jeff Coffman at the Calvary Baptist Church of Muleshoe, Texas, on April 23, 2017. Join them at Calvary Baptist Church, 1733 West Avenue C, for Sunday Morning Worship at 10:45am, Sunday School at 5pm, Sunday Night at 6:00pm or Wednesday Night Bible Study at 6:30pm.

God is Not Fair – First Methodist Muleshoe, April 23, 2017

Hear the message “God is Not Fair” Matthew 20:1-15 by the Reverend Mindy McLanahan at the First United Methodist Church of Muleshoe, Texas, on April 23, 2017.  Like them on Facebook at

Bailey County Child Welfare Board 5K Run & Balloon Release

See the Child Abuse Prevention 5K Run/Walk and Balloon Release held on Saturday, April 22, 2017, in the New City Park to raise funds for children that have been abused, neglected or are in the foster care system in Bailey County.  Board member Kaci Morris addresses the crowd.  You can donate to the Bailey County Child Welfare Board by sending a check to the Muleshoe Rainbow Room, P.O. Box 234, Muleshoe, Texas, 79347.

1st Annual Smokin’ it for Kreid BBQ Cookoff

See the 1st Annual Smokin’ if for Kreid BBQ Cookoff held on April 22, 2017, in the New City Park in Muleshoe, Texas, that raised $6,500 to assist children who are battling malignant brain tumors and their families.   The event was put on by Killin’ it for Kreid, a non-profit organization established by Heather Campbell and Morgan Marricle, the mothers of Kade Campbell and Reid Marricle who both died of a brain cancer type called Atypical Teratoid Rhabdoid.  For more information on the group and how to give, visit their website at or you can mail your donations to Killin’ it for Kreid, Attn: Morgan Marricle, 1887 U.S. Highway 70, Muleshoe, Texas, 79347.