Snyder High School one-act play cast and crew members (l-r) Olivia Haley, Talon Vandygriff, Orianna Renshaw, Whitney Tubbs, Bergandi Alvarado, Madison Mitchell, Eli McClain, Noah Grant and Johnny-Dean Maresch are ready to make room on the trophy case for a state contest trophy. Snyder will perform its play, A View From the Bridge, at 4 p.m. Tuesday at the Round Rock Performing Arts Center.
The Snyder High School one-act play cast and crew are ready for a whirlwind week.For the first time in 13 years, the school will compete in the state contest. The Class 4A contest will begin at 4 p.m. Tuesday at the Round Rock Performing Arts Center... more
Jalia Williams prepared to hit her ball out of a bunker during the final round of the District 5-4A golf tournament.
Coming off a dominating performance at the District 5-4A golf championships, the Snyder Lady Tigers hope to continue that trend at the Region 1-4A tournament beginning Monday.Fourteen teams will compete for two spots at the state tournament at... more
Ira’s Matthew Brazil had three hits and four RBIs in the Bulldogs’ 14-2 win over Hermleigh Friday afternoon.
Matthew Brazil drove in four runs as the No. 2 Ira Bulldogs defeated Hermleigh 14-2 Friday afternoon in a District 6-2A baseball game.Brazil hit two singles and a double to go along with the four RBIs and one stolen base. Pitcher Karson Valentine... more
Snyder Mayor Tony Wofford (left) and challenger Stephanie Ducheneaux were all smiles during Thursday night’s mayoral forum at College on the Square. The two candidates in the May 4 election answered questions about roads, leadership and the city’s comprehensive plan. The two candidates will answer additional questions in a Question and Answer feature in the weekend edition.
There was far more agreement than disagreement on the issues when the two Snyder mayoral candidates met in a public forum Thursday evening.Mayor Tony Wofford and challenger Stephanie Ducheneaux discussed how they would deal with several issues,... more
Easton Robles (left) and Rozi Arellano get a hug from the Easter bunny.
Snyder High School one-act play cast and crew members (l-r) Olivia Haley, Talon Vandygriff, Orianna Renshaw, Whitney Tubbs, Bergandi Alvarado, Madison Mitchell, Eli McClain, Noah Grant and Johnny-Dean Maresch are ready to make room on the trophy case for a state contest trophy. Snyder will perform its play, A View From the Bridge, at 4 p.m. Tuesday at the Round Rock Performing Arts Center.
Jalia Williams prepared to hit her ball out of a bunker during the final round of the District 5-4A golf tournament.
Ira’s Matthew Brazil had three hits and four RBIs in the Bulldogs’ 14-2 win over Hermleigh Friday afternoon.
More than 100 racers started today’s Bunny Hop 5K race/walk in Towle Park. Proceeds from the race will benefit the Snyder High School class of 2019’s Project Graduation. Results of the race will be published in the Monday edition.
Snyder Mayor Tony Wofford (left) and challenger Stephanie Ducheneaux were all smiles during Thursday night’s mayoral forum at College on the Square. The two candidates in the May 4 election answered questions about roads, leadership and the city’s comprehensive plan. The two candidates will answer additional questions in a Question and Answer feature in the weekend edition.
Snyder Community Beautification board member Nancy Philips (left) and SCBA secretary Gayle Summers cleaned up along 37th Street east of Snyder Primary School.

Taking out the trash

Muddy conditions after Friday night’s storm could not stop the Snyder Community Beautification Association (SCBA) and other volunteers from doing their part to clean up several areas of Snyder. 

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Jalia Williams prepared to hit her ball out of a bunker during the final round of the District 5-4A golf tournament., Laura Ortegon prepared to chip her ball onto the green.

Coming off a dominating performance at the District 5-4A golf championships, the Snyder Lady Tigers hope to continue that trend at the Region 1-4A tournament beginning Monday.

Obituaries

Maria DeLeon
1919-2019
Maria Vera DeLeon, 99, died Tuesday, April 16, 2019 in Houston.

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