Pictured above are representatives from each of United Way’s partner agencies with their allocation checks. On the front row (l-r) are Laura Caswell with Scurry County 4-H, Christina Flores with JETS, Kelsey Zimmerman with West Texas Children’s Advocacy Center and Jennifer Haynes with Snyder Christian School. On the back row are Johnny Irons with the Scurry County Food Cupboard, Carmen Timora and Mandy Dixon with the Girl Scouts, Nathan Hines with the Snyder Volunteer Fire Department, Nathan Kramer with the
Scurry County United Way celebrated another successful fundraising campaign with its annual awards luncheon Thursday.The 2019-20 “65 Years Strong” campaign raised $137,571 for 11 different agencies.“Thank you all for being here,” 2019 United Way... more
Snyder sophomore Taryn Nobles (right) drove past an Argyle defender.
EASTLAND — The No. 5 Argyle Lady Eagles overpowered the Snyder Lady Tigers in a 51-27 win in the Region 1-4A Area playoffs Thursday.Snyder head coach T’Leah Eicke said her team started the game timidly, which hurt them.“Playing a team like Argyle,... more
Western Texas College freshman C.J. Smith hit two 3-pointers and scored 15 points in the Westerners’ 71-61 loss to the New Mexico Military Institute Thursday.
The Western Texas College men’s basketball team saw its three-game winning streak snapped in a 71-61 loss to the New Mexico Military Institute.WTC struggled to get into a rhythm offensively in the first half. New Mexico outscored the Westners 34-23... more
Team Chip Tae Kwon Do of Sweetwater performed at Ira Gymnasium  Wednesday, sponsored by Cogdell Memorial Hospital in recognition of American Heart Month. Cogdell brought the team to give demonstrations at all local public school districts Wednesday.
Cogdell Memorial Hospital is using the month of February, American Heart Month, to encourage people to be more heart healthy and physically active.Cogdell brought a treat to all the local schools Wednesday — a performance from the Team Chip Tae Kwon... more
Cohen Pacheco, a Snyder fourth grader, posed with his plaque after winning the Snyder ISD district spelling bee. He will represent Snyder at the regional spelling bee in Lubbock. Heaven Stocks, a Snyder eighth grader, is the alternate.
Pictured above are representatives from each of United Way’s partner agencies with their allocation checks. On the front row (l-r) are Laura Caswell with Scurry County 4-H, Christina Flores with JETS, Kelsey Zimmerman with West Texas Children’s Advocacy Center and Jennifer Haynes with Snyder Christian School. On the back row are Johnny Irons with the Scurry County Food Cupboard, Carmen Timora and Mandy Dixon with the Girl Scouts, Nathan Hines with the Snyder Volunteer Fire Department, Nathan Kramer with the
Snyder sophomore Taryn Nobles (right) drove past an Argyle defender.
Western Texas College freshman C.J. Smith hit two 3-pointers and scored 15 points in the Westerners’ 71-61 loss to the New Mexico Military Institute Thursday.
Team Chip Tae Kwon Do of Sweetwater performed at Ira Gymnasium  Wednesday, sponsored by Cogdell Memorial Hospital in recognition of American Heart Month. Cogdell brought the team to give demonstrations at all local public school districts Wednesday.
Snyder senior Natalee James prepared to shoot a 3-pointer during the Lady Tigers’ 40-22 win over Burkburnett Monday. Snyder will take on Argyle in the area round of the state playoffs at 6 p.m. in Eastland today.

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Oran Douglas McGlaun 1927-2019 Oran Douglas McGlaun, 92, died surrounded by his family in Fort Worth on Saturday, Nov. 14, 2019. Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov.

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