Snyder’s Shawl Lentz (2) runs after catching a pass during the first half against Sweetwater. The Tigers lost the non-district game, 45-7.
Snyder’s offensive struggles continued, despite some early-game success Friday night. A holding penalty negated a touchdown and the Tigers (1-3) failed to capitalize on two fumble recoveries in a 45-7 loss to Sweetwater (4-0) in a non-district... more
Sue Alexander cheers for the Ira Bulldogs during Friday’s game against Robert Lee. The Bulldogs defeated Robert Lee, 68-38.
IRA — The Ira Bulldogs scored 30 first-quarter points en route to a 68-38 win over Robert Lee in a non-district football game Friday. Karson Valentine completed 6-of-9 passes for 135 yards and five touchdowns. Anthony Coy, Matthew Brazil and... more
    Glitz and glamour took the field last night as five homecoming queen nominees stood under the Friday night lights. But for the five high school seniors, it wasn’t easy getting there. Homecoming is a highlight in many communities, but it is also... more
Deep Creek Cloggers Sherry Dockery (front) of Colorado City and Sammie Poe of Snyder rehearsed for their upcoming performance at White Buffalo Days.
Why travel out of town when you can see the world right here? Snyder’s annual White Buffalo Days will be a multicultural experience this year. To kick off the annual celebration of our community’s history, Aztec dancers will perform at the... more
Snyder’s Shawl Lentz (2) runs after catching a pass during the first half against Sweetwater. The Tigers lost the non-district game, 45-7.
Sue Alexander cheers for the Ira Bulldogs during Friday’s game against Robert Lee. The Bulldogs defeated Robert Lee, 68-38.
Snyder High School senior Gisselle Hernandez was named the 2017 homecoming queen. She was escorted by her cousin Eduardo Morado.
Deep Creek Cloggers Sherry Dockery (front) of Colorado City and Sammie Poe of Snyder rehearsed for their upcoming performance at White Buffalo Days.
Snyder Deputy Fire Marshal Nathan Hines (right) uses a thermal camera to detect hot spots while firefighter David Cruse puts out a fire in the 1100 block of Ave. M Thursday afternoon. It took firefighters less than 15 minutes to put out the fire, which started when embers from a barbecue pit hit the ground.

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Snyder, TX 79550
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