Maria Cabrera, daughter of Amparo and Fidel Cabrera, graduated Magna Cum Laude with her bachelor of business administration in finance from Texas Tech University.
Maria Cabrera, daughter of Amparo and Fidel Cabrera, graduated Magna Cum Laude with her bachelor of business administration in finance from Texas Tech University.She is the second member of her family to graduate from Tech. She is the sibling of... more
Snyder ISD valedictorian Kendra Bynum rode in the graduation parade.
Scurry County’s three public school districts presented diplomas to 189 high school graduates last night. Friends and family members greeted the graduates at ceremonies and parades at Snyder, Ira and Hermleigh schools.The seniors received their... more
2020 graduate Natalee James prepared to perform a cross-over during a game last season. James made her second appearance in The Snyder News All-Decade series.
In this week’s installment of The Snyder News All-Decade series, we look at the best Snyder Lady Tiger basketball players from the past decade.First TeamNatalee James2017 to 2020While she was elite in softball and volleyball, it was on the... more
Francene Noah (right) installed new Altrurian Daughters officers, including (l-r) Treasurer Ann Cross, Corresponding Secretary Becky Polston, Recording Secretary Judy Grimmett, Vice President Nelda Church and President Joy Carthel, for the 2020-2021 year at a meeting Wednesday at the Martha Ann Women’s Club.
Maria Cabrera, daughter of Amparo and Fidel Cabrera, graduated Magna Cum Laude with her bachelor of business administration in finance from Texas Tech University.
Charlotte Clifton (left) and Jason Guynes (right) awarded 2020 Snyder High School graduate Kate McWilliams the Michael Murphrey Memorial Scholarship.
Snyder ISD valedictorian Kendra Bynum rode in the graduation parade.
2020 graduate Natalee James prepared to perform a cross-over during a game last season. James made her second appearance in The Snyder News All-Decade series.
Firefighter Nathan Evans (l-r) and Fire Marshal Nathan Hines assisted paramedic Jeremy Moody in extracting a subject from a car after a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of U.S. Hwy. 180 and CR 2101 Tuesday afternoon. The Scurry County Sheriff Department and the Snyder Police Department responded as well. One subject was transported to Cogdell Memorial Hospital and one was released to Air Evac.

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