Sleet and freezing temperatures Sunday night, Monday, and expected Tuesday and Tuesday night have led local schools to canc
More than 115 individuals tested positive for COVID-19 in the past week, while 81 have recovered.
The Development Corporation of Snyder board of directors voted at its meeting Wednesday morning to extend the contract of the corporation’s interim director, Mike Barnes, for an additional three mo
Two people are headed to prison after recent hearings in District Judge Ernie B. Armstrong’s courtroom.
Artifacts from the Little Bighorn Battle, also known as Custer’s Last Stand or Greasy Grass, are making their way back to Snyder after being displayed at the Snyder Chamber of Commerce a few weeks
Retired firefighter Nathan Ygnacio “Benny” Benitez celebrated his 101st birthday on Friday with a parade of firefighters, family, friends and other community members.
Orders for the 2021 Tiger’s Lair yearbook are being taken. The lowest price of the year, $55, will end Friday.
A Colorado City man was given a probated sentence during a hearing in District Judge Ernie B. Armstrong’s courtroom recently.