Within the next several months, Snyder’s Beall’s store will be changing its name.
Two people will split the first and second place prize money for finishing in a tie in last week’s Snyder Daily News football contest.
A second round of public meetings to discuss pending state sanctions against Snyder ISD will be held Tuesday through Thursday at Snyder Junior High School.
People celebrated the cowboy way of life while raising money for a good cause this past weekend.
Pink Out T-shirts for the Snyder-Sweetwater football game may be ordered at The Embroidery Shop through Oct. 23.
Amarillo’s David Robinson, along with his service dog Max, were among the participants in Saturday’s Pink Run sponsored by Cogdell Memorial Hospital.
Members of the Scurry County 4-H program offered a helping hand at the Scurry County Food Cupboard on Saturday.
The Scurry County United Way campaign has reached 40 percent of its $165,000 goal.
The Western Texas College board of trustees, on Monday, may award a bid to install siding on the college apartment complex.
Ask any Cushman enthusiast why he or she enjoys the motor scooter and you’re liable to get a variety of answers, but the biggest reason is often the nostalgia factor.
Santa Claus will visit Snyder early this year.