Michael Davis and his metal detecting family members went to the site of a burned-down house at Randal’s Corner on Saturday and are planning to make several more trips to make sure that they have f
Snyder is moving forward with Fourth of July celebrations.
Snyder’s TNT fireworks stand is doing a booming business, with people purchasing fireworks to set off on the Fourth of July.
Local businesses, banks and government offices will be closed for the Fourth of July holiday.
Friday, July 3, will be a holiday for both city and county government.
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.