Cast and crew members of the Hermleigh High School one-act play These Shining Lives celebrated advancing to the April 5 area contest. Pictured on the front row are (l-r) Haygen Halkowitz, Riley White, Camryn Hill, Serenaty Vargas, Grace Rister and Kaebren Hill. On the back row are Emma Dugan, Colter Smith, Blake Hancock, Stormi Cobb, Brianna Rawls, Bailey Pierce, Jacklyn Clinkinbeard, Javier DelReal, Brittany Smith, Tyler Thompson and Baeleigh Botts. Not pictured is Mercedes Smith.
Hermleigh High School’s one-act play, These Shining Lives, is one step closer to the Class 1A state competition.On Thursday, the cast and crew competed in the bi-district contest and the production was named one of the advancing plays to the area... more
Brence Jasso had one of Snyder’s five hits during Friday’s 4-2 win over Midland Greenwood in a District 5-4A game.
  Playing state-ranked teams early in the season is beginning to pay off for the Snyder baseball team.The Tigers (7-10, 2-0 in District 5-4A) came from behind Friday night to defeat Midland Greenwood, 5-4, in a district game. It has been head coach... more
Maeghan Medrano gets in position to make a play at second base during Snyder’s 5-4 loss to Midland Greenwood on Friday.
Snyder’s seventh-inning rally came up one run short in a 5-4 loss to Midland Greenwood in a District 5-4A softball game on Friday.Trailing 5-3 going into their final at-bat, the Lady Tigers loaded the bases with no outs. Abby Benitez, who singled,... more
Linda Englert (left) and her husband, Jerry, said they are the only Scurry County residents who raise alpacas. The Englerts hosted an alpaca shearing at their home Thursday. Their granddaughter, Abigail Bradberry (right), helped collect alpaca fiber from the shearing.
  Because alpacas are unique and the textiles produced from their fleece are in high demand, they provide a financial opportunity for breedersOne Scurry County family has joined the market and is currently raising eight alpacas. On Thursday, Linda... more
Snyder High School’s one-act play A View From the Bridge was named the top play during Thursday’s District 5-4A contest at Worsham Auditorium. Pictured are (l-r) director Clark Reed, best actor Brody Jasso, honorable mention all-star cast members Collin Guynes and Brett Brunson, outstanding technician Johnny-Dean Maresch, all-star cast member Bergandi Alvarado, best actress Whitney Tubbs and assistant director Brenda Tubbs.
Snyder High School’s A View From the Bridge was named the top one-act play at Thursday’s District 5-4A contest at Worsham Auditorium.Snyder, along with Big Spring and Midland Greenwood, will compete in Tuesday’s bi-district contest at Abilene Wylie... more
Kiwanis Club of Snyder member Darryl Calley (left) watched as Matt Lowry poured pancake batter on the griddle during the club’s annual pancake breakfast this morning at the Calvary Baptist Church Life Center.
Cast and crew members of the Hermleigh High School one-act play These Shining Lives celebrated advancing to the April 5 area contest. Pictured on the front row are (l-r) Haygen Halkowitz, Riley White, Camryn Hill, Serenaty Vargas, Grace Rister and Kaebren Hill. On the back row are Emma Dugan, Colter Smith, Blake Hancock, Stormi Cobb, Brianna Rawls, Bailey Pierce, Jacklyn Clinkinbeard, Javier DelReal, Brittany Smith, Tyler Thompson and Baeleigh Botts. Not pictured is Mercedes Smith.
Brence Jasso had one of Snyder’s five hits during Friday’s 4-2 win over Midland Greenwood in a District 5-4A game.
Maeghan Medrano gets in position to make a play at second base during Snyder’s 5-4 loss to Midland Greenwood on Friday.
Linda Englert (left) and her husband, Jerry, said they are the only Scurry County residents who raise alpacas. The Englerts hosted an alpaca shearing at their home Thursday. Their granddaughter, Abigail Bradberry (right), helped collect alpaca fiber from the shearing.
Snyder High School’s one-act play A View From the Bridge was named the top play during Thursday’s District 5-4A contest at Worsham Auditorium. Pictured are (l-r) director Clark Reed, best actor Brody Jasso, honorable mention all-star cast members Collin Guynes and Brett Brunson, outstanding technician Johnny-Dean Maresch, all-star cast member Bergandi Alvarado, best actress Whitney Tubbs and assistant director Brenda Tubbs.

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