Snyder’s Angie Murillo fought for inside position during Tuesday’s 52-33 loss to Colorado City.
Snyder started fast, but Colorado City controlled the final three quarters to claim a 52-33 win in a non-district basketball game at Tiger Gym Tuesday.Snyder led 10-8 after the first quarter, but Colorado City outscored the Lady Tigers 44-23 over... more
Award winners at Tuesday night’s Snyder Volunteer Fire Department Banquet were (l-r) Michael Weddel, Rookie of the Year; Kenny Hancock, Training Award; Shane Terry, Todd Barns, Heather Busby and Zach Nobles of Scurry County EMS, Officer’s Award; Tyson Turner, Firefighter of the Year and Workhorse of the Year awards; and retired assistant fire chief Tommy “Peewee” Guynes, Melvin Newton Award.
The Snyder Volunteer Fire Department honored its best during the department’s annual Thanksgiving Banquet Tuesday night.Fire Chief Perry Westmoreland said that 2018 has been a good and relatively quiet year for his firefighters.“Snyder is a great... more
Snyder Chamber of Commerce Events Coordinator Josh Ortegon and Communication Coordinator Summer Grimmett put the final touches on the community Christmas tree in the downtown plaza. Ortegon said the plaza will remain locked until the lighting ceremony on Dec. 1. After the ceremony, the plaza will be open to the public.
Ira quarterback Nathan Goodwin worked on his passing game during Tuesday’s practice. Ira will play White Deer in the Class 1A Division regional semifinals at 2 p.m. Saturday in Lockney.
First responders were called to the scene of a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of College Ave. and Cedar Creek Drive Tuesday morning. No major injuries were reported.
Ira High School’s Ben Fonville worked on his receiving skills during Tuesday’s practice. Ira will play White Deer in the Class 1A Region 1 semifinals at 2 p.m. Saturday in Lockney. A complete preview of the game will be in the Friday edition.
Snyder’s Angie Murillo fought for inside position during Tuesday’s 52-33 loss to Colorado City.
Award winners at Tuesday night’s Snyder Volunteer Fire Department Banquet were (l-r) Michael Weddel, Rookie of the Year; Kenny Hancock, Training Award; Shane Terry, Todd Barns, Heather Busby and Zach Nobles of Scurry County EMS, Officer’s Award; Tyson Turner, Firefighter of the Year and Workhorse of the Year awards; and retired assistant fire chief Tommy “Peewee” Guynes, Melvin Newton Award.

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Snyder, TX 79550
Phone: (325) 573-5486
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