Throughout February, Snyder ISD students learned about careers and employability through a new Workforce Solutions program called “Celebrate Careers.”
As concerns about COVID-19 spread, local officials have created a task force to address potential problems while shoppers continue to stock up on toilet paper and cleaning supplies.
Snyder and Hermleigh ISDs have decided to cancel classes on Monday and Tuesday in response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic, instead holding teacher workdays.
More than anything, Brooke Proctor is going to miss Snyder’s people and its charm — not to mention something that’s a headache in most large cities.
On Friday, a group of Snyder ISD teachers and administrators traveled to Responsive Education Solution’s headquarters in Lewisville to tour the headquarters and one of the charter school’s campuses
The Snyder City Council voted to take no action after meeting in closed session for 10 minutes to discuss a lawsuit.
People all over America are preparing for the possibility of a Coronavirus outbreak in their community and can proactively take simple measures to reduce the spread of the virus.
The Snyder Chamber of Commerce Hotel Occupancy Tax Fund committee voted to recommend more $62,775 in grants at its meeting Monday evening.
Are you a new parent? Have an infant or toddler who rides in car seat? Want to make sure you’re using the seat correctly?
Today’s edition of the Snyder Daily News is the final edition before the newspaper adopts a new name and changes to a bi-weekly Wednesday and Saturday publication cycle.
Four individuals were recently indicted on third-degree felony charges.