Snyder junior guard Natalee James (23) drives past an Abilene Cooper defender in Saturday’s non-district basketball game. Snyder lost to Cooper, 47-41.
The Snyder Lady Tigers lost to Abilene Cooper 47-41 in the home basketball opener Saturday.Snyder (0-3) led 13-12 after the first quarter, but Cooper (1-1) took a 24-17 halftime lead by outscoring Snyder 13-5 in the second quarter.In the third... more
Snyder running back J.J. Burns, who rushed for 118 yards, looked for running room during Friday’s game at Pecos.
PECOS —  Snyder warmed up for the Class 4A Division II football playoffs by defeating Pecos 56-20 in the regular season finale Friday.After a 14-14 tie late in the first quarter, Snyder scored 28 unanswered points to close out the first half  and... more
Snyder head coach Cory Mandrell talked with his players after Friday’s 56-20 win at Pecos. The Tigers will play Dalhart in a Class 4A District II bi-district playoff game at 7 p.m. Friday in Plainview. For more on Friday’s game, see Page 12A in today’s edition.
The Snyder and Ira high school football teams are heading to the playoffs.Snyder (8-2, 5-1 District 1-4A Division II) finished second and will face Dalhart in a Class 4A Division II bi-district playoff game at 7 p.m. Friday at Plainview High School... more
Kathy Hall checks her phone while painting.
  College on the Square’s Adult Watercoloring Class doubles as a place to work on your paintings, with a little bit of social club thrown in for good measure.To be sure, the women who attend the class every Thursday morning take their art very... more
Snyder junior guard Natalee James (23) drives past an Abilene Cooper defender in Saturday’s non-district basketball game. Snyder lost to Cooper, 47-41.
Ira ISD students (l-r) Brice Waits, Grayson Barbee and Sebastian Sosa held posters they made stating the core values for receiving a Medal of Honor during today’s Veterans Day ceremony in the cafetorium. The values are courage, commitment, integrity, sacrifice, citizenship and patriotism. Elementary students also honored veterans by singing patriotic songs and treating veterans and their families to lunch.
Eight-year-old Rylan Pechacek brushed her pig before entering the show ring at Saturday’s West Texas Showdown pig show at The Coliseum annex. Pechacek, a student at Snyder Primary School, is showing pigs for the first time this year. The West Texas Showdown livestock show was a fundraiser for the Ira ISD Future Farmers of America Alumni Association.
Snyder running back J.J. Burns, who rushed for 118 yards, looked for running room during Friday’s game at Pecos.
Snyder head coach Cory Mandrell talked with his players after Friday’s 56-20 win at Pecos. The Tigers will play Dalhart in a Class 4A District II bi-district playoff game at 7 p.m. Friday in Plainview. For more on Friday’s game, see Page 12A in today’s edition.
Kathy Hall checks her phone while painting.

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Four Western Texas College players scored in double figures in a 99-85 non-conference basketball win over Temple College at The Coliseum Saturday.

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