Sisters (l-r) Sano Upshaw, Connie Smith, Bambi Shipp and their cousin HueLane Ray browsed the Petticoats on the Prairie Vintage Market Friday afternoon.
As the Petticoats on the Prairie Vintage Market rolled into town on Friday, shoppers from near and far traveled to The Coliseum to browse booths full of vintage and handmade items.Four of those shoppers were sisters Sano Upshaw of Roby, Connie Smith... more
Pictured is Clarence Shook, Tonya Holmes Shook’s husband, with a frame he built to display one of his wife’s canvas paintings.
Tonya Holmes Shook has spent a lifetime honing her craft. In 1946, the Snyder resident completed her first oil painting at the age of 10, a piece that expressed her homesickness for a long-distance friend. Seventy-two years later, Shook is being... more
Pictured are Scurry County Senior Citizen Center 2017-18 top volunteers (l-r) Toby Wright, 357.5 hours; Susan Bills, 375.5 hours; Norma Callaway, 422 hours; Melissa Warren, 492.5 hours; Veida Gage, 503 hours; Chris Brown, 516 hours; Anna Poe, 985.5 hours; Rosa Lee Crow, 1,050.5 hours; and David Frazier, 1,190 hours. Not Pictured are Pauline Walton, 400 hours; Ruth Morrell, 394 hours; Dorothy Lankford, 362 hours; Tracy McBeth, 334.5 hours; Gayle Wittie, 333 hours; and James Wolf, 300 hours.
The Scurry County Senior Citizens Center was all about celebration Friday evening as it hosted its 40th annual volunteer recognition banquet.The event included dinner, a performance by musician Cathy Whitten and an awards ceremony to honor the top... more
Volunteers (l-r) Hanna Beck, Jasmine Martinez and Christopher Dickinson helped stain playground equipment at Gateway Family Services Thursday morning. The community service project was a part of Scurry County United Way’s Day of Action.
Every year, Scurry County United Way holds a fundraising campaign to support local non-profit organizations. Not only does the local United Way chapter aim to support the organizations financially, but it also supports them with volunteer work,... more
Sisters (l-r) Sano Upshaw, Connie Smith, Bambi Shipp and their cousin HueLane Ray browsed the Petticoats on the Prairie Vintage Market Friday afternoon.
Snyder Major League all-star Easton Stewart gets ready to hit during a District 5 Little League Tournament pool game. The Major League team will play the Northern-Southern winner at Logan Field at 5 p.m. Sunday.
Pictured is Clarence Shook, Tonya Holmes Shook’s husband, with a frame he built to display one of his wife’s canvas paintings.
Pictured are Scurry County Senior Citizen Center 2017-18 top volunteers (l-r) Toby Wright, 357.5 hours; Susan Bills, 375.5 hours; Norma Callaway, 422 hours; Melissa Warren, 492.5 hours; Veida Gage, 503 hours; Chris Brown, 516 hours; Anna Poe, 985.5 hours; Rosa Lee Crow, 1,050.5 hours; and David Frazier, 1,190 hours. Not Pictured are Pauline Walton, 400 hours; Ruth Morrell, 394 hours; Dorothy Lankford, 362 hours; Tracy McBeth, 334.5 hours; Gayle Wittie, 333 hours; and James Wolf, 300 hours.
Volunteers (l-r) Hanna Beck, Jasmine Martinez and Christopher Dickinson helped stain playground equipment at Gateway Family Services Thursday morning. The community service project was a part of Scurry County United Way’s Day of Action.
The Xtreme won the 8-and-under Snyder Girls Softball Association league tournament. Pictured on the front row are (l-r) Ky’Leigh Vasquez, Selah Vaughn, Jacey Gentry, Jadyn Lieb, Chloe Doan, Lupita Alonzo, Adeline Schneider, MaKennah Torres and Airyn Eakins. On the back row are coach Rey Juarez Sr., Sarah Vaughn, Jason Lieb, coach Rey Juarez Jr., Jimena Torres, Addison Strickland and coach Chance Strickland.

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