Snyder Mayor Tony Wofford waved the green flag allowing Houston (Miss.) Vocational Center’s Sundancer to begin the second leg of the Solar Car Challenge this morning. The high school teams arrived in Snyder Monday, completing the first leg of 833-mile trip to Palmdale, Calif.
They arrived in various shapes and sizes Tuesday afternoon. The drivers were tired, but knew their job was not done once the brakes were hit.Twenty-one teams in the 2018 Solar Car Challenge made the first of six stops at The Coliseum and were... more
Josh Parker didn’t wait long to accept an opportunity in school administration and remain connected with athletics.Parker recently was hired as an assistant principal at Snyder Junior High School and will be the boys’ athletic coordinator. His wife... more
Snyder Mayor Tony Wofford waved the green flag allowing Houston (Miss.) Vocational Center’s Sundancer to begin the second leg of the Solar Car Challenge this morning. The high school teams arrived in Snyder Monday, completing the first leg of 833-mile trip to Palmdale, Calif.
The Calvary Baptist Church mission team left today for a two-week mission trip to Romania, Budapest and Greece. Pictured on the front row are (l-r) Anzlee Hale, Amber Baker, Lauren Collier, Grace Highfield and Jax Collier. On the back row are Eric Waits, Suzanne Barrow, Jordan Phillips, Steve Highfield, Stephanie Highfield and Carol Gulseth.
The Snyder 8-and-under softball team participated in the West Texas All-Star Tournament in Odessa last weekend. Pictured on the front row are (l-r) Bayleigh Alderete, Ainsley Greene, Brylee Blumenstock, Ella Aviles and Taryn Tyler. On the back row are coach Riley Ibarra, Chaelyn Blumenstock, Chloe Juarez, Jimena Torres, Dejah Richardson, coach Rey Juarez Jr., Jersey Camp, Sydney Stansell, Makennah Torres, Jordan Alderete and coach Rey Juarez Sr.
The Snyder 12-and-under softball team won its division at the West Texas All-Star Tournament in Odessa Sunday. Members pictured on the front row are (l-r) Saleigh Hernandez, Tayla Jamison, Jenna Rodriguez, Makayla Rangel and Lea Aviles. On the back row are coach Saul Aviles Jr., Avery Ibarra, Zoey Ramon, Arynne Vasquez, Micaela Martinez, Sydney Hancock, Juli Munoz, Ava Aviles, Rexie Sanders and coach Freddie Martinez.
Brooklyn Gordon (left) and Emily Davis enjoyed playtime at the Scurry County Youth Center Monday afternoon.

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Blake Cain
1997-2018
Blake Austin Cain, 20, died Tuesday, July 17, 2018.
Funeral arrangements are pending at Miller Family Funeral Home.

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