Former and current Snyder High School students gathered for the 2017 See You At The Pole rally. Shown are (l-r) 2016 graduate Ethan Hernandez and current SHS juniors John Hernandez and Noah Grant. This year’s See You at the Pole will be held at each Snyder campus beginning at 7:25 a.m.
Scurry County students will join thousands of their counterparts across the country Wednesday when they participate in the See You at the Pole rallies.Fellowship of Christian Students (FCS) will host early morning rallies at Snyder, Ira and... more
Snyder senior receiver Jake Chavez holds the United States flag prior to Friday’s game at Andrews.
ANDREWS — Snyder finished the non-district football schedule with a 48-26 loss to Andrews on Friday, but the team will now shift its focus to the District 1-4A schedule.Andrews utilized its running game by scoring five times on the ground. Snyder,... more
  Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn sang about daddy singing bass and momma singing tenor. That song could be rewritten a little bit to fit a group at the Scurry County Senior Citizens Center.It might go like this, “Sherrye Cooper plays washboard,... more
Isrell Lawson (left) and Gayle Summers clear trash from a portion of 32nd Street near Snyder Intermediate School during the Snyder Community Beautification Association’s clean-up effort Saturday morning.
Former and current Snyder High School students gathered for the 2017 See You At The Pole rally. Shown are (l-r) 2016 graduate Ethan Hernandez and current SHS juniors John Hernandez and Noah Grant. This year’s See You at the Pole will be held at each Snyder campus beginning at 7:25 a.m.
Snyder’s Cyrus Soria (55) and Alex Jaimes (70) blocked Andrews’ defenders during Friday’s game. Snyder will have an open date this week and start the District 1-4A Division II schedule against Fort Stockton at Tiger Stadium on Oct.  5.
Snyder senior receiver Jake Chavez holds the United States flag prior to Friday’s game at Andrews.
Scurry County sheriff’s deputies, Texas Department of Public Safety troopers and Scurry County EMS personnel were called to the scene of a two-vehicle accident near the intersection of CR 253 and U.S. Hwy. 84 around 1 p.m. Friday. One person was transported to Cogdell Memorial Hospital.

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