Items removed from Snyder Cemetery graves during a recent clean-up by the Snyder Cemetery Association were stacked up at the southern end of the cemetery this morning.
  A group of area residents are upset and searching for answers after learning that items were removed from gravesites at Snyder Cemetery during a recent clean-up by the Snyder Cemetery Association (SCA).Flowers, family mementos and other keepsakes... more
Ian James jumped over a hurdle during the Overcoming Obstacles Ministries course at Calvary Baptist Church Wednesday.
Jared Greer was more than excited to see a teenager conquer the wall this week.Greer, who has been named the “Traveling Ninja Evangelist,” set up his Overcoming Obstacles Ministries course at Calvary Baptist Church on Wednesday and encouraged... more
Snyder’s Greg Williams broke away from the Idalou defense during Friday’s scrimmage. The Tigers will travel to Slaton for a scrimmage at 5 p.m. Thursday.
IDALOU — Snyder continued to take steps in the right direction during its football scrimmage against Idalou Friday.Head coach Wes Wood said he saw a lot of positives and negatives in the scrimmage.“I saw some fight. I saw some heart. I saw some... more
Scurry County Museum Executive Director Nicole DeGuzman looks at one of the paintings by Snyder resident William E. Moorman that are on display at the museum until Oct. 15.
The works of self-taught Snyder artist William E. Moorman are the subject of Scurry County Museum’s latest exhibit.As part of a new push to highlight the community and its residents, the museum is displaying Moorman’s Old West-themed paintings until... more
Items removed from Snyder Cemetery graves during a recent clean-up by the Snyder Cemetery Association were stacked up at the southern end of the cemetery this morning.
Ira ISD school board member Justin Taylor checked a grill covered with ribeyes prepared by school trustees Friday afternoon. Each year, the trustees prepare a steak lunch for the faculty and staff during in-service as a way to thank them for their work.
Ian James jumped over a hurdle during the Overcoming Obstacles Ministries course at Calvary Baptist Church Wednesday.
Snyder’s Greg Williams broke away from the Idalou defense during Friday’s scrimmage. The Tigers will travel to Slaton for a scrimmage at 5 p.m. Thursday.
Scurry County Museum Executive Director Nicole DeGuzman looks at one of the paintings by Snyder resident William E. Moorman that are on display at the museum until Oct. 15.
Snyder defensive coordinator Jacob Perez (left) watched as Paxton Merrill (standing) avoided a block from Aiden Salinas during a drill earlier this week. Snyder will scrimmage at Idalou beginning at 5 p.m. today.

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