Snyder’s TNT fireworks stand is doing a booming business, with people purchasing fireworks to set off on the Fourth of July.
Cogdell Memorial Hospital officials announced Wednesday they had closed the hospital’s Coronavirus Unit (CVU) due to a staffing shortage in the hospital’s Medical/Surgical Unit.
Snyder’s Towle Park now has a new feature — a fairy trail scavenger hunt.
Snyder’s first full-scale community-wide event since quarantine and social distancing were implemented in March will be Diez y Seis de Septiembre.
The 132nd District Court Grand Jury recently issued felony indictments on three individuals.
The Scurry County Museum was recently awarded two grants for operating expenses to offset financial losses due to COVID-19.
Andres Gutierrez III, 34, of Snyder will stand trial starting Monday in the 132nd District Court’s temporary venue at Snyder High School’s Worsham Auditorium.
Investigation into an accident that occurred Wednesday afternoon is still ongoing, according to Snyder Police Sgt. Whitney Merket.
The Scurry County Appraisal Review Board will meet Wednesday and Thursday this week to hear protests and motions from property owners on the appraised values of their properties
In a special meeting teleconference lasting less than five minutes, Snyder Independent School District trustees approved a four-item consent agenda before adjourning.
On Friday night, the Ritz Community Theatre will open for its first show in more than three months, with a few changes to the ticket and seating procedures.
Other than the professional show planned for Towle Park this Fourth of July, shooting fireworks will, as usual, be forbidden inside Snyder city limits this year.