Aliah Thompson (left) and Elijah Thompson ate ice chips during Saturday’s Juneteenth celebration at Winston Park.
Winston Park was a site of celebration this weekend as young and old alike gathered in honor of a more than 150-year-old celebration. Juneteenth commemorates the abolishment of slavery in Texas, which was announced on June 19, 1865. To this day,... more
Snyder Major League all-stars’ Ryder Garcia (left) is congratulated by manager Johnny Pena after hitting a 3-run home run in the third inning in Saturday’s 20-0 win over Merkel.
Aythen Tarin and Ryder Garcia combined for seven hits and 13 RBIs as the Snyder Major League all-stars shut out Merkel 20-0 on Saturday in a District 5 Little League Tournament pool game at Logan Field.Garcia hit two singles, a triple and home run... more
Snyder qualified for the Texas 7-on-7 Division II Tournament by defeating Lubbock Estacado 20-18 in the semifinals of the Jim Ned Tournament Friday. Pictured on the front row are (l-r) Kayden Montoya, Nathan Kendrick, Jake Chavez, Shawl Lentz, Julian Flores and Timothy Sosa. On the back row are Trey DeLoera, Corey Landin, J.J. Burns, Roland Morin, Logan Greene, Alex Rubio, Sergio Villasana, John Flores and Christian Gaona. Not pictured is Aiden Salines.
TUSCOLA — Snyder qualified for the Texas 7-on-7 Division II Tournament by defeating Lubbock Estacado 20-18 in the semifinals of the Jim Ned tournament Friday.No championship game was played because the semifinal winners qualified for the state... more
Aliah Thompson (left) and Elijah Thompson ate ice chips during Saturday’s Juneteenth celebration at Winston Park.
Snyder Major League all-stars’ Ryder Garcia (left) is congratulated by manager Johnny Pena after hitting a 3-run home run in the third inning in Saturday’s 20-0 win over Merkel.
Brittany Miller (right) brought four puppies to Dr. Charles Church’s annual rabies clinic at The Coliseum annex on Saturday. Pictured with Miller is West Texas Animal Clinic employee Beatrice Sanchez.
Snyder Minor League all-star shortstop Cayd Barboza throws the baseball to first base during practice. Snyder will host Sweetwater in a District 5 Little League Tournament pool game at 6 p.m. today at Logan Field.
Snyder qualified for the Texas 7-on-7 Division II Tournament by defeating Lubbock Estacado 20-18 in the semifinals of the Jim Ned Tournament Friday. Pictured on the front row are (l-r) Kayden Montoya, Nathan Kendrick, Jake Chavez, Shawl Lentz, Julian Flores and Timothy Sosa. On the back row are Trey DeLoera, Corey Landin, J.J. Burns, Roland Morin, Logan Greene, Alex Rubio, Sergio Villasana, John Flores and Christian Gaona. Not pictured is Aiden Salines.
Snyder Minor League all-star first baseman Krystofer Salazar prepares to catch the baseball during Friday’s infield practice. Snyder will host Sweetwater at 6 p.m. Monday in its first pool game of the District 5 Little League Tournament.

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Snyder Major League all-stars’ Ryder Garcia (left) is congratulated by manager Johnny Pena after hitting a 3-run home run in the third inning in Saturday’s 20-0 win over Merkel. , Snyder Major League all-stars’ Ryder Garcia Aythen Tarin runs home in the first inning. Snyder will host Sweetwater in a District 5 Little League Tournament pool game at 8 p.m. today at Logan Field.

Aythen Tarin and Ryder Garcia combined for seven hits and 13 RBIs as the Snyder Major League all-stars shut out Merkel 20-0 on Saturday in a District 5 Little League Tournament pool game at Logan F

Obituaries

Raydene Brown
1966-2018
Cheryl Raydene Brown, 51, of Colorado City and formerly of Snyder, died Saturday, June 16, 2018 in Colorado City. 

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