A controlled burn in Scurry County Friday sent a column of black smoke into the air. Fire Marshal Nathan Hines said it’s still illegal to burn trash or brush inside Snyder city limits, and to contact the Fire Department to alert them if you’re planning a burn in the county.
Since Scurry County commissioners officially lifted the countywide burn ban on Feb. 13, county residents have engaged in a flurry of burning, with several controlled burns each day since. Fire Marshal Nathan Hines reminded residents there are still... more
In the top photo, Snyder Junior High School and Snyder High School track athletes began running at the start of the Lap-A-Thon held at Tiger Stadium Saturday.
It is track season in Scurry County and the Snyder ISD track program held its annual Lap-A-Thon at Tiger Stadium Saturday to prepare for it.Snyder Junior High School and Snyder High School track athletes spent the last few weeks collecting sponsors... more
A controlled burn in Scurry County Friday sent a column of black smoke into the air. Fire Marshal Nathan Hines said it’s still illegal to burn trash or brush inside Snyder city limits, and to contact the Fire Department to alert them if you’re planning a burn in the county.
Pictured are the women’s Intermediate Division winners of this weekend’s second-annual Granite Games Throwndown hosted at the Coliseum by CrossFit Snyder. Pictured (l-r) are, in second place, Snyder’s “Salty, Sassy, Sweet” team of Kendall Riggan, Lindzey Larrea and Tiffany Ulm; in first place, Snyder’s “Triple A” team of Ashley Rios, Andrea Martini and Ashlea Riggan; and, in third place, Odessa’s “We Clean Plates” team of Kira Patino, Sylvia Fell and Zulema Uribe.
On Friday, Snyder High School students participated in Reality Check, visiting stations where they were able to enter their monthly expenses. It was an eye-opening lesson to teach them how much basic living expenses are. They then discussed types of careers that could support that lifestyle. Picured (l-r) are Kevin Nguyen, Daniela Dominguez, Bethany Avalos, Aspen Reeves, Megan Garcia, Billy DeLao, Jorge Torres and Johnny Jamison.
In the top photo, Snyder Junior High School and Snyder High School track athletes began running at the start of the Lap-A-Thon held at Tiger Stadium Saturday.
Hermleigh sophomore Sarah Murphy and the No. 8 Hermleigh Lady Cardinals will look to continue their bid for a trip to the state tournament for the third straight year when they face Guthrie at Lubbock Roosevelt High School in the Regional  Quarterfinals at 7 p.m. today.
Zach Nobles (left) and Vanessa Laureles (right) donated blood yesterday with the help of phlebotomists Larinda Bland and Shadee Camancho. The drive was held at the Towle Park Armory and sponsored by Scurry County EMS.

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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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