Jeren Pena prepared to throw a  pitch during Snyder Major League all-star’s 5-1 win over Abilene Southern at Logan Field.
The Snyder Major League all-stars pitching staff recorded 14 strikeouts en route to a 14-2 win over Abilene Northern on Tuesday.Lorenzo Salazar, who was the winning pitcher in Snyder’s 5-1 win over Abilene Southern Saturday, recorded four strikeouts... more
Members of the Snyder Little League Minor League all-stars pictured on the front row are (l-r) Boston Billingsley, Isaiah Rios, X’Avrian Infante, Kelton Short, Jacelon Rodriguez, Zaden Pena and Julian Garcia. On the back row are Ruben Vasquez, Keevan Santos, Zayne Rodriguez, Brody Jackson, Adrian Perez Jr. and Jace Rodriguez.
Both Snyder Little League all-star teams lost to Abilene Dixie at Dixie Park on Monday.The Minor League all-stars were eliminated from the tournament following their 8-4 loss to Dixie.Head Coach Joe Castillo said his team played well in the game... more
First responders were called to the scene of a two-vehicle accident in the 1800 block of 37th Street shortly before 5 p.m. Tuesday. No injuries were reported.
Desmond Ayala shows off some of the inventory at his fireworks stand on East 37th Street this morning. Fireworks may be purchased through July 4, but cannot be set off within the Snyder city limits, officials said.
Jeren Pena prepared to throw a  pitch during Snyder Major League all-star’s 5-1 win over Abilene Southern at Logan Field.
Angela Davis (center) helped Olivia Sharp (left) and Landon Steel decorate their July 4-themed T-shirts at the Scurry County Youth Center this morning.
Members of the Snyder Little League Minor League all-stars pictured on the front row are (l-r) Boston Billingsley, Isaiah Rios, X’Avrian Infante, Kelton Short, Jacelon Rodriguez, Zaden Pena and Julian Garcia. On the back row are Ruben Vasquez, Keevan Santos, Zayne Rodriguez, Brody Jackson, Adrian Perez Jr. and Jace Rodriguez.
Rhett Riggan (left) and Caeleb Burton used special glasses to read their “secret” message during the Scurry County Museum’s Weird Science summer camp Monday afternoon.
Incoming Snyder High School seniors Meera Bhakta and Jesi Hunter helped Treydan Bowlin create a space model Monday during the STREAM mobile learning center’s first public lesson.
Trevor Mebane picked up supplies. The mobile learning center was open to the public Monday afternoon in the downtown square.

Open for learning

On Monday, the Snyder ISD STREAM (science, technology, reading, engineering, arts and mathematics) mobile learning center made its first stop of the summer, conducting its initial round of student-

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