Snyder senior Jessica Carroll (left) talks with head coach Jerry Cummins before the start of Friday/s practice at Cates Field. The Lady Tigers participated in the first after-school practice Friday.
Activity picked up at Cates Field Friday night with the start of after-school softball practice. Snyder was scheduled to practice today and will begin regular daily workouts on Monday. The Lady Tigers will host Lubbock High School in a scrimmage Jan... more
Snyder’s Trey Samaniego (10) looks to pass the basketball against Sweetwater during Tuesday’s game. The Tigers lost at Brownwood 39-37 Friday.
BROWNWOOD — The Brownwood Lions finished the fourth quarter with a 16-2 run to claim a 39-37 win over Snyder in a District 5-4A basketball game Friday. Snyder (15-13, 1-2) led 35-23 with 4:23 left in the game, but Brownwood (18-6, 2-0) was able to... more
Ira’s Alyssa Cowan shows one of her lambs during Friday’s Scurry County Junior Livestock Show at The Coliseum annex. Cowan said showing livestock led to her decision to study to become a veterinarian.
Not every teenager knows what career path they want to take, but for Ira ISD junior Alyssa Cowan, that’s an easy answer. The Ira ISD Future Farmers of America (FFA) member competed in the Scurry County Junior Livestock Show this week and recounted... more
Chorus members (l-r) Jacklyn Clinkinbeard, Kami Smith, Brittany Smith and Baeleigh Botts waited in the background for their cue; and Cameron Clement rehearsed his role in the final scene of the production.
One act play will be a unique experience at Hermleigh ISD this year, with high school students preparing to play the roles of children in their upcoming production.  The school’s theater department will perform The Book of Everything at the District... more
Snyder senior Jessica Carroll (left) talks with head coach Jerry Cummins before the start of Friday/s practice at Cates Field. The Lady Tigers participated in the first after-school practice Friday.
Snyder Fire Department personnel spray water from a brush truck at a grass fire that was reported shortly before 4 p.m. Friday near the intersection of Hwy. 350 and Block Line Road.
Snyder’s Trey Samaniego (10) looks to pass the basketball against Sweetwater during Tuesday’s game. The Tigers lost at Brownwood 39-37 Friday.
Ira’s Alyssa Cowan shows one of her lambs during Friday’s Scurry County Junior Livestock Show at The Coliseum annex. Cowan said showing livestock led to her decision to study to become a veterinarian.
Chorus members (l-r) Jacklyn Clinkinbeard, Kami Smith, Brittany Smith and Baeleigh Botts waited in the background for their cue; and Cameron Clement rehearsed his role in the final scene of the production.
Phil Covington (left) purchased brisket wraps from Scurry County United Way board member Zach Maberry during this morning’s fundraiser at United Supermarkets. Proceeds from the brisket wrap fundraiser went toward United Way’s Be a Hero campaign, which supports eight local non-profit organizations. The campaign will end Jan. 31.

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Snyder senior Jessica Carroll (left) talks with head coach Jerry Cummins before the start of Friday/s practice at Cates Field. The Lady Tigers participated in the first after-school practice Friday.

Activity picked up at Cates Field Friday night with the start of after-school softball practice.

Snyder was scheduled to practice today and will begin regular daily workouts on Monday.

Obituaries

Virginia LeVine

1941-2018

Virginia Elaine LeVine, 76, of Snyder, died Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018. 

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 949    
Snyder, TX 79550
Phone: (325) 573-5486
Fax: (325) 573-0044