The Not Quite Ready For Broadway Company rehearses a scene from the musical Newsies, which will be performed at the Ritz Community Theatre July 26-29. The musical will be staged at 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 2 pm. July 29. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for students.
The Not Quite Ready For Broadway Company wants to serenade you.The local acting troupe will stage Newsies, a musical based on a Disney movie based on real-life events, beginning Thursday at the Ritz Community Theatre.Co-director Craig Robertson said... more
Reagan Williams (left) and Kaleigh Ramiro did leg extensions during preseason strength and conditioning workouts at the Snyder ISD girls’ weight room last week.
Snyder ISD Girls’ Athletic Coordinator T’Leah Eicke said she believes programs will benefit from the increased participation in the summer strength and conditioning program.The program will end Thursday because University Interscholastic League... more
Snyder Chamber of Commerce Gold Coat President Charles Ragland (right) collected money for the Scurry County Rodeo board of directors this week. Helping local organizations during events is one of the activities that the Gold Coats, considered the ambassadors of Snyder, volunteer to do each year.
If you are at a local event and see someone wearing a gold shirt, they are there to help.The Snyder Chamber of Commerce Gold Coats are considered the ambassadors of Snyder. But the number of Gold Coats is dwindling, according to Gold Coat President... more
Camp counselor Brett Robertson leads campers in singing a song from Mary Poppins, which they will perform at the conclusion of the two-week camp.
  You never know what can spark a kid’s passion. It could be that first home run in Little League, it could be the first time they get an A on a science test or it might be an idea they got from a good book.It even could be the first time they... more
Zack Lewis (left) and Development Corporation of Snyder (DCOS) Executive Director Brooke Proctor look over plans for the annual report being developed by Lewis. This is the second year Lewis has served as an intern for the DCOS.
Zack Lewis has spent his entire life in Snyder.This summer, he is getting to see a different side of his hometown as the summer intern at the Development Corporation of Snyder (DCOS). This is second straight summer Lewis has spent as the DCOS intern... more
The Not Quite Ready For Broadway Company rehearses a scene from the musical Newsies, which will be performed at the Ritz Community Theatre July 26-29. The musical will be staged at 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 2 pm. July 29. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for students.
Reagan Williams (left) and Kaleigh Ramiro did leg extensions during preseason strength and conditioning workouts at the Snyder ISD girls’ weight room last week.
Snyder Chamber of Commerce Gold Coat President Charles Ragland (right) collected money for the Scurry County Rodeo board of directors this week. Helping local organizations during events is one of the activities that the Gold Coats, considered the ambassadors of Snyder, volunteer to do each year.
Camp counselor Brett Robertson leads campers in singing a song from Mary Poppins, which they will perform at the conclusion of the two-week camp.
Zack Lewis (left) and Development Corporation of Snyder (DCOS) Executive Director Brooke Proctor look over plans for the annual report being developed by Lewis. This is the second year Lewis has served as an intern for the DCOS.
Saddle bronc rider Blaise Freeman, the son of Jill Voss Wilson and Lance Wilson of Snyder, holds on as his horse decides to go airborne during opening-night competition at the Scurry County Rodeo Thursday. Freeman received a score of 68 points for the ride. The rodeo continues through Saturday at the rodeo arena on Gary Brewer Road. Activities are scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. today and Saturday.

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Reagan Williams (left) and Kaleigh Ramiro did leg extensions during preseason strength and conditioning workouts at the Snyder ISD girls’ weight room last week.

Snyder ISD Girls’ Athletic Coordinator T’Leah Eicke said she believes programs will benefit from the increased participation in the summer strength and conditioning program.

Obituaries

Dorothy Atkinson
1931-2018
Dorothy Mae Atkinson, 86, of Snyder, died Thursday, July 19, 2018 at her residence.

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