SPD’s Officer Tanner Garcia posed with narcotics K-9 Lucas in his new vest.
Snyder Police Department’s K9 Lucas received a bullet- and stab-protective vest thanks to a donation from non-profit Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. Lucas’ vest is embroidered with the sentiment “In memory of K9 Ike, Vancouver, WA Police Department.”... more
Snyder sophomore Derek Dominguez went through his wind-up during a scrimmage against Idalou Saturday. Dominguez struck out three and allowed one run in two innings.
Baseball is back at Moffet Field.The Snyder Tigers baseball team hosted Idalou Saturdayfor its first scrimmage of the year.While the Tigers struggled to score runs, head coach Shane Stewart got a chance to give his pitching staff work on the mound... more
Students in Snyder High School’s Pathways in Technology Early College High School (PTECH) program played an oversized game of Jenga Friday as a focus for a discussion on careers. Pictured (l-r)  are ninth graders Illeana Madrid, Emily Davis, Brycen English, Larrisa Wilkinson, Ryder Garcia, Damien Jimenez, Shad Hodge, Jennifer Ramirez, David Santos and Corey Thomas.
It’s a simple idea: A student approaches a Jenga tower with multicolored pieces the size of bricks. The student rolls a die and tries to pull out a brick of that color. If they succeed without toppling the tower, they answer a discussion question... more
members of the Snyder boys’ basketball team pictured with the District 5-4A trophy are (l-r) head coach Lee Scott, Yajat Bhakta, James Roden, Zach Miller, Gary Porter, Jayden Samaniego, Teafale Lenard, Corey Landin, Sammy Sosa, Michael Jaramillo, Eber Murillo and assistant coach Zack Garcia. The Tigers clinched at least a share of the district title after defeating Big Spring, 62-32 Friday in Tiger Gym.
For the second straight season, the Snyder Tigers boys’ basketball team is back on top of the District 5-4A mountain.Snyder defeated Big Spring, 62-32 Friday to secure at least a share of the District 5-4A crown.The Tigers will await the results of... more
Snyder Daily News Advertising Representative Christy Rush stands with the newspaper’s Valentine’s Day Giveaway winner Lisa Briseno. Among businesses supplying Briseno’s prize winnings were Apple of My Pie, Blossom Bucket, Bucks & Bows, Burger King, Eagles Landing, Gran & Pop’s BBQ & Burgers, Joni’s Cafe, Lacee Wall Beauty, Paisley Nest Gifts, Pizza Inn, Roe’s Furniture, Rustic Star, Sassy Souls Boutique, The Mason Jar, Tiger Health & Fitness, United Supermarkets, Walmart and Wash Happenin’.
SPD’s Officer Tanner Garcia posed with narcotics K-9 Lucas in his new vest.
Snyder sophomore Derek Dominguez went through his wind-up during a scrimmage against Idalou Saturday. Dominguez struck out three and allowed one run in two innings.
Students in Snyder High School’s Pathways in Technology Early College High School (PTECH) program played an oversized game of Jenga Friday as a focus for a discussion on careers. Pictured (l-r)  are ninth graders Illeana Madrid, Emily Davis, Brycen English, Larrisa Wilkinson, Ryder Garcia, Damien Jimenez, Shad Hodge, Jennifer Ramirez, David Santos and Corey Thomas.
members of the Snyder boys’ basketball team pictured with the District 5-4A trophy are (l-r) head coach Lee Scott, Yajat Bhakta, James Roden, Zach Miller, Gary Porter, Jayden Samaniego, Teafale Lenard, Corey Landin, Sammy Sosa, Michael Jaramillo, Eber Murillo and assistant coach Zack Garcia. The Tigers clinched at least a share of the district title after defeating Big Spring, 62-32 Friday in Tiger Gym.
Pictured are Snyder Primary School’s 2020 first grade spelling bee champion Logan Michael (left) and runner-up Reid Haley.

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Oran Douglas McGlaun 1927-2019 Oran Douglas McGlaun, 92, died surrounded by his family in Fort Worth on Saturday, Nov. 14, 2019. Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov.

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