With only a little over a month left in its yearly campaign, Scurry County United Way has raised $62,698 of this year’s $130,000 Moving Forward United campaign goal, up $5,000 since the dessert auction fundraiser held Monday. “It’s lower than we would like, but with the current state of our…
With the Thanksgiving holiday behind them, Scurry County’s three public school districts and Snyder Christian School will complete the remainder of the fall semester before winter break.  Western Texas College has already completed the semester, wrapping up final exams this past Monday. The campus…
After failing to reach a quorum during its meeting Nov. 18, the Development Corporation of Snyder’s board of directors will consider business prospects and real estate in closed session during a meeting Wednesday morning. Following a public forum, the board will adjourn into closed session to…
An overnight storm dropped between 1/3 and half an inch of rain over Scurry County, according to the National Weather Service. Meteorologist Rick Hluchan said the storm could drop nearly that same amount again before passing out of the area this afternoon. “We did have a front come through…
Scurry County commissioners will discuss a change to the articles of incorporation for Scurry County’s Local Government Corporation Tuesday. According to the meeting’s agenda, the court will discuss and consider approval of a resolution amending Article VII of the LGC’s articles of incorporation…
Nothing brings out the Christmas spirit like giving. The West Texas Children’s Advocacy Center (WTCAC) is offering Snyder residents the opportunity to participate in Christmas giving with its annual Angel Tree program. “The angel tree is for our clients that have come through our office in the…
The Snyder Kiwanis Club has canceled its annual Goodfellows food distribution at The Coliseum due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Club President Nicole DeGuzman said that the group has decided to donate the canned goods collected by area schools directly to the Scurry County Food Cupboard…
With the Thanksgiving holiday in the rear view mirror, Snyder residents have wasted no time in getting ready for the Christmas season. In Towle Park, E.J. Lintinger and his mother Ann Lintinger have just finished setting up their annual Christmas light display at 2202 Towle Park Road. “I’ve been…
Americans often think of the Thanksgiving holiday as unique to our country, and in some ways that is true. The feast at Plymouth with the Pilgrims and Native Americans is easily traced as the beginning of the Thanksgiving tradition, but as with many holidays, its roots can be traced back even…
A Lubbock man was given a probated sentence after entering a plea agreement in District Judge Ernie B. Armstrong’s courtroom. David Ryan McAnnally, 36, was given a 5-year probated sentence in exchange for pleading guilty to a third degree felony charge of driving while intoxicated.  He was also…
Nothing brings out the Christmas spirit like giving. The West Texas Children’s Advocacy Center (…
With the Thanksgiving holiday in the rear view mirror, Snyder residents have wasted no time in…
BROWNFIELD — Even sophomore Eber Murillo’s standout game was not enough when Brownfield edged the…
With only a little over a month left in its yearly campaign, Scurry County United Way has raised $62,698 of this year’s $130,000 Moving Forward United campaign…
With the Thanksgiving holiday behind them, Scurry County’s three public school districts and Snyder Christian School will complete the remainder of the fall…
After failing to reach a quorum during its meeting Nov. 18, the Development Corporation of Snyder’s board of directors will consider business prospects and…
Despite Kamiah Davis’ 20-point performance, Snyder’s Lady Tiger basketball team came up short of notching a win after a 62-50 loss to New Home Tuesday. Davis…
Ira junior Bailey Hall put up a 15-point performance in a 52-38 road win over Rule last week. Hall has been the go-to scorer this season for the Lady Bulldogs…
Snyder linebacker Talon Lee has received offers to continue his football career. Lee, a senior, announced his first two college football offers this week. Lee…
Americans often think of the Thanksgiving holiday as unique to our country, and in some ways that is true. The feast at Plymouth with the Pilgrims and Native…
It is certainly positive news that several COVID-19 vaccines have thus far performed well during clinical trials. As much as anything, I think the public needs…
We all know giving helps others, whether we volunteer for organizations, offer emotional support to those around us or donate to charities.  But did you know…