Brody Jasso (left) and Collin Guynes practiced a fight scene in A View From the Bridge.
  Snyder High School theater students are looking to end an 11-year drought by qualifying for the Class 4A one-act play contest this season.Students are preparing for the upcoming District 5-4A championship, which will be held March 21 at Worsham... more
Congressman Jodey Arrington (left) toured the Cogdell Memorial Hospital OB department and operating room suites during a visit to Snyder on Monday. He is pictured with Dr. Teb Thames.
  Congressman Jodey Arrington, R-Texas, was impressed with the little bit of Cogdell Memorial Hospital he saw Monday afternoon.During his visit to Scurry County, which also included meeting with local small business owners and a Republican Party... more
One of the activities on Monday during Day at the Museum was making paper airplanes. Airika Jackson tested how far her plane could fly during the Presidents’ Day event.
  The Scurry County Museum kicked off a new children’s program, Day at the Museum, on Monday.The new program will reinforce learning while students are out of school for national holidays.Students had a school holiday Monday in honor of Presidents’... more
Brody Jasso (left) and Collin Guynes practiced a fight scene in A View From the Bridge.
Cast members of Western Texas College’s production of Frost/Nixon pictured on the front row are (l-r) Anthony Galindo and Joseph Long. On the back row are Ian Row, Byron Baez, Christian Quinonez and Braden Galvan. The play will be staged at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in the fine arts theatre. The play is free to WTC students, faculty and staff. General admission tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students and senior citizens.
Congressman Jodey Arrington (left) toured the Cogdell Memorial Hospital OB department and operating room suites during a visit to Snyder on Monday. He is pictured with Dr. Teb Thames.
One of the activities on Monday during Day at the Museum was making paper airplanes. Airika Jackson tested how far her plane could fly during the Presidents’ Day event.
Snyder children were able to enjoy the warm weekend weather by playing outside. In the left photo, Wadeyn Tavarez played in a toy car at Independent Preschool.
Ella Brooke Robertson, a member of the Snyder Sting travel basketball team, fought for the basketball during Saturday’s Sweetwater all-star tournament. Teammate Laramie Winkler (right) looked on during the championship game. The team played games in Big Spring and Sweetwater on Saturday to win the tournament.

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Snyder’s Teafale Lenard (12) attempted a field goal during Tuesday’s playoff game against Vernon. , Snyder’s Talon Vandygriff looked for an open teammate during the 75-43 win.

ANSON — Snyder’s defense and Teafale Lenard’s 3-point shooting was the difference in a Class 4A bi-district basketball playoff game Tuesday.

Obituaries

Sammie Housden
1944-2019
Sammie Lee Housden, 74, of Hamilton, died Sunday, Feb. 17, 2019 in Hamilton.

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