Damaged floors and and sheetrock have been removed from Ida Millican’s home in the 2200 block of 45th Street. Millican’s home was severely damaged by sewage discharged in mid-July and she has been living in a motel while repairs are made to her home.
    Ida Millican hopes to be home for Christmas. What she’ll find inside that home when she moves back in is still unknown. Millican has been out of her home in the 2220 block of 45th Street since mid-July, when her sewer line discharged raw sewage... more
Victoria Jaramillo (left) and Arianna Lopez ordered food from Tasha Hiles (right) of Odessa during Friday’s Sip and Shop.
    Food trucks lined the streets and shoppers weaved in and out of stores during Friday’s Sip and Shop on the Snyder downtown square.  Residents and visitors were busy preparing for Christmas with last minute shopping before the holiday arrives in... more
Snyder’s Barron Wesley (44) makes a move against a Monahans defender during Friday’s game. Wesley scored nine points in Snyder’s 37-32 loss to the Loboes.
Monahans ended the game on a 14-0 scoring run to claim a 37-32 win over Snyder in a non-district boys’ basketball game Friday. Snyder used a 9-0 run early in the fourth quarter to take a 32-23 lead, but did not score over the final four minutes. “We... more
Snyder High School seniors Lucero Rodriguez (right) and Sara McClain presented their DECA campaign for Snyder Chamber of Commerce President and Chief Executive Officer Linda Molina (left) Thursday morning. The students have spent the semester collecting data about community response to Snyder events, businesses and restaurants to put together an information packet for the chamber to distribute to visitors, new residents and locals.
    Buffalo, wind energy and oil represent Snyder’s history and economy, but they also comprise the logo for a DECA campaign at Snyder High School.  Seniors Sara McClain and Lucero Rodriguez spent this semester working closely with the Snyder... more
Damaged floors and and sheetrock have been removed from Ida Millican’s home in the 2200 block of 45th Street. Millican’s home was severely damaged by sewage discharged in mid-July and she has been living in a motel while repairs are made to her home.
 Kiwanis Club members Justin Rosson (left) and Jerry Smith loaded food into the trunk of a car during the Goodfellows food drive distribution today.
Victoria Jaramillo (left) and Arianna Lopez ordered food from Tasha Hiles (right) of Odessa during Friday’s Sip and Shop.
First responders were called to the scene of an 18-wheeler that ran off U.S. Hwy. 84 and into a creek 17 miles north of Snyder Friday afternoon. The driver was transported to Cogdell Memorial Hospital.
Snyder’s Barron Wesley (44) makes a move against a Monahans defender during Friday’s game. Wesley scored nine points in Snyder’s 37-32 loss to the Loboes.
Snyder High School seniors Lucero Rodriguez (right) and Sara McClain presented their DECA campaign for Snyder Chamber of Commerce President and Chief Executive Officer Linda Molina (left) Thursday morning. The students have spent the semester collecting data about community response to Snyder events, businesses and restaurants to put together an information packet for the chamber to distribute to visitors, new residents and locals.

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Snyder, TX 79550
Phone: (325) 573-5486
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