Snyder ISD Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Dr. Rachael McClain (right) discussed a plan to incorporate second through eighth grade students into pathway campuses during a community meeting at Snyder Junior High School on Tuesday. McClain and other school officials will discuss the plan, which is in the preliminary stages, at 6 p.m. today and Thursday in the junior high school cafetorium.
  While Snyder ISD officials won’t learn what sanctions the Texas Education Agency (TEA) will hit the district with until December, some possible responses are beginning to take shape.During a public meeting Tuesday, school officials outlined... more
Tonya and Clarence Shook stand next to one of the paintings they will sell during a fundraiser for Heritage Village. A public show of the Shooks’ artwork and woodwork will be available at the former 1818 Arthouse from noon to 5 p.m. Nov. 10 with 20 percent of all sales being donated to the Heritage Village.
  Tonya and Clarence Shook have a love of history and they want to share it with the community while raising money for Heritage Village.Each week, the Shooks will display pieces from their collections that will be available during a Nov. 10 show at... more
Scurry County Library staff member Delinda Brown sorts through some of the books that will be on sale when the library holds its annual book sale Oct. 31 through Nov. 2 at the armory in Towle Park.
Book lovers will able to find their bliss when the Scurry County Library holds its annual book sale later this month.Hundreds, if not thousands, of books, music CDs and DVDs will be on sale for a donation when the sale is held from Oct. 31 through... more
eclan Fritz (left) and Adrian Sales prepare to head out during the Long Ear Benefit Trail Ride at Lynn Fuller’s Ranch.
People celebrated the cowboy way of life while raising money for a good cause this past weekend.More than 120 people participated in the Long Ear Benefit Trail Ride at Lynn Fuller’s ranch, where they rode, participated in games on horseback and ate... more
Snyder ISD Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Dr. Rachael McClain (right) discussed a plan to incorporate second through eighth grade students into pathway campuses during a community meeting at Snyder Junior High School on Tuesday. McClain and other school officials will discuss the plan, which is in the preliminary stages, at 6 p.m. today and Thursday in the junior high school cafetorium.
Tonya and Clarence Shook stand next to one of the paintings they will sell during a fundraiser for Heritage Village. A public show of the Shooks’ artwork and woodwork will be available at the former 1818 Arthouse from noon to 5 p.m. Nov. 10 with 20 percent of all sales being donated to the Heritage Village.
Snyder’s Jacob James (left) got in his stance as Jerek Pena started the play during a seventh grade football game against Levelland at Tiger Stadium Tuesday. The Snyder Junior High School football teams will host Sweetwater on Oct. 24
Scurry County Library staff member Delinda Brown sorts through some of the books that will be on sale when the library holds its annual book sale Oct. 31 through Nov. 2 at the armory in Towle Park.
Ali Mize (left) and Gayle Summers looked at signatures on petitions calling for a rollback election of the county’s tax rate Saturday morning. Summers said additional signature drives before the Dec. 9 deadline to submit the petitions to the County Clerk’s office. Petition organizers will need to collect 640 registered voters’ signatures to force county commissioners to call a rollback election of the 2020 property tax rate.
eclan Fritz (left) and Adrian Sales prepare to head out during the Long Ear Benefit Trail Ride at Lynn Fuller’s Ranch.

Pages

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