(Clockwise from top) Penelope Spiegel, Jon Luke Farmer, Liam Hale, Luke Hale and Mya Hale work on lessons at home.
With all Texas schools ordered to close until at least the end of April, many parents find themselves in a role that they may not have expected: Teacher. For parents with younger students, the role can add to the stress of trying to maintain their... more
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Scurry County Judge Dan Hicks, Fire Chief/Emergency Management Coordinator Perry Westmoreland and local health authority Dr. Bid Cooper fielded questions during a 27-minute livestream Thursday evening. The stream started with slides providing... more
McMurry University’s Matthew Bass threw a pitch during a game this season. Bass said his team was on the road when they learned the season got canceled.
While high school athletes continue to hold out hope they’ll be able to return to action in May, college athletes won’t have that same opportunity.In light of the spread of COVID-19, the NCAA and the NJCAA cancelled all spring sports for the... more
Western Texas College student Abbey Stephens does her schoolwork at her home in Snyder. WTC made the move to online classes due to COVID-19.
Colleges and universities across the nation have closed their campuses to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19. Western Texas College decided to move to online courses for the rest of the semester on March 17. For first-year student and 2019... more
(Clockwise from top) Penelope Spiegel, Jon Luke Farmer, Liam Hale, Luke Hale and Mya Hale work on lessons at home.
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McMurry University’s Matthew Bass threw a pitch during a game this season. Bass said his team was on the road when they learned the season got canceled.
Western Texas College student Abbey Stephens does her schoolwork at her home in Snyder. WTC made the move to online classes due to COVID-19.
nyder junior Jax Collier used a car bumper to perform a dead lift at his family’s home in Snyder. Refusing to let the quarantine stop him from staying in shape, Collier created an at-home gym using bags of shavings, tires and spare car pieces.
Scurry County firefighters responded to a rapidly-spreading grass fire in the 5000 block of CR 473 on Wednesday. Scurry County EMS and police also responded.

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Patsy Zavala 
1970-2020 

Patsy Zavala, 50, died March 3, 2020. Services are pending at Miller Family Funeral Home. 

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 949    
Snyder, TX 79550
Phone: (325) 573-5486
Fax: (325) 573-0044