Snyder linebacker J.J. Burns tackled Dalhart’s Christian Melendez  in Friday’s 26-7 loss to Dalhart in a Class 4A Division II playoff game.
PLAINVIEW — Snyder’s football season ended with a 26-7 loss to Dalhart in a Class 4A Division II bi-district playoff game Friday.After a 7-7 tie at halftime, Dalhart controlled the second half with its running game.Dalhart out-gained Snyder 260-122... more
Scurry County Sheriff Trey Wilson (left) looks over the scene of a standoff in the 400 block of 28th Street while Snyder police Sgt. Mike Counts talked to dispatchers Friday afternoon. After a little more than one hour, a Snyder woman surrendered to police after threatening to shoot other people. She was remanded to the custody of West Texas Centers for observation.
An hour-long standoff between a Snyder woman and law enforcement personnel ended peacefully Friday afternoon.The incident began at 1:07 p.m. when a person who said they were a friend of the woman contacted Scurry County dispatchers and said she had... more
Western Texas College President Dr. Barbara Beebe (seated), WTC bookstore manager Hannah Chaney (left) and marketing director Lorenzo Sands looked at Trailblazer yearbooks to get an idea of what might be buried in a time capsule located in the courtyard. The college will open the time capsule on Nov. 18, 2019 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the vote to establish the Scurry County Junior College District.
A year-long community celebration is being planned to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the formation of the Scurry County Junior College District, which is more commonly known as Western Texas College (WTC).President Dr. Barbara Beebe, her... more
Dedra Driggers (left) and Larry Scott upack a load of gift boxes from the back of an SUV.
    Bringing a bit of cheer to a child you’ll never meet might be the purest definition of the Christmas Spirit.That’s exactly what organizers and volunteers of Snyder’s Operation Christmas Child effort, headquartered at First Baptist Church, are... more
Snyder linebacker J.J. Burns tackled Dalhart’s Christian Melendez  in Friday’s 26-7 loss to Dalhart in a Class 4A Division II playoff game.
Scurry County Sheriff Trey Wilson (left) looks over the scene of a standoff in the 400 block of 28th Street while Snyder police Sgt. Mike Counts talked to dispatchers Friday afternoon. After a little more than one hour, a Snyder woman surrendered to police after threatening to shoot other people. She was remanded to the custody of West Texas Centers for observation.
Western Texas College President Dr. Barbara Beebe (seated), WTC bookstore manager Hannah Chaney (left) and marketing director Lorenzo Sands looked at Trailblazer yearbooks to get an idea of what might be buried in a time capsule located in the courtyard. The college will open the time capsule on Nov. 18, 2019 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the vote to establish the Scurry County Junior College District.
Snyder’s Kamiah Davis dribbled down the court during Tuesday’s game against Monahans. The Lady Tigers are scheduled to host Albany at 6:30 p.m. today in a non-district game. The Snyder boys will host Lubbock High School at 8 p.m.
Dedra Driggers (left) and Larry Scott upack a load of gift boxes from the back of an SUV.
Snyder Fire Department personnel were called to the scene of a vehicle fire on the northbound lane of U.S. Hwy. 84 in Hermleigh at 9:43 a.m. today. The semi next to the burning vehicle was reportedly carrying three pallets of anti-freeze. While firefighters put out the fire, the northbound lane of the highway was closed to traffic and rerouted onto Business U.S. Hwy. 84. The fire was reported under control at 10:16 a.m. The driver escaped before the fire engulfed the cab.

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Snyder linebacker J.J. Burns tackled Dalhart’s Christian Melendez  in Friday’s 26-7 loss to Dalhart in a Class 4A Division II playoff game., Snyder’s Shawl Lentz caught a pass against Dalhart in the second half.

PLAINVIEW — Snyder’s football season ended with a 26-7 loss to Dalhart in a Class 4A Division II bi-district playoff game Friday.

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Cleo Harper
1930-2018
Cleo Harper, 88, of Sherman, died Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018 at The Traditions Senior Living Center in Sherman.

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