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City of Snyder, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:68
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:0
Forcible Rape:6
Aggravated Assault:57
Property Crime:286
Larceny Theft:189
Motor Vehicle Theft:6
City of Snyder, Census Data
Information About People and Demographics
Total population of residents11,202
White resident population recorded8,855
Black or African American resident population recorded428
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded79
Asian resident population recorded51
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded1
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded4,641
Resident population of some other race recorded1,500
Resident population of two or more races recorded288
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Snyder, Arrest Records
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Felony arrests for Sunday, April 20, 2014
Karey A. Carr, 34, of Snyder was charged Friday with hindering the apprehension or prosecution of a felon.
April 19 2014 - Source:

MPD: Snyder man arrested on drug, weapon charges
A Snyder man was arrested Friday for drug possession and illegally carrying a weapon at a nightclub parking lot, according to court documents.
November 19 2013 - Source:
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2014 Snyder Car Show & Cruise
May 2, 2014 - May 3, 2014
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Thunder On The Caprock
May 2, 2014 - May 4, 2014Live Bands, Free Camping, Food and Merchandise Vendors
Happening April 19 2014 - Source:

A pedicure that cured all my pet peeves (Faith)
By Dr. James L. SnyderRecently a situation developed that caused me quite a bit of a quandary. The gist of that quandary had to do with money, which is a serious pet peeve of mine. When I was in high school, I had smashed my right big toe. At the time, the doctor had to remove the toenail and it took six months for my toenail to grow back. Well, it did not quite get back into shape. I have had trouble with that toe ever since. Lately that toenail was giving me some difficulty. I knew if I went to the doctor, it would cost me an arm and a leg. What good is a toe when you lost an arm and a leg? When checking it out it would have cost about $200 to see a doctor about this. Being a certified Pennsylvania Dutchman, $200 is a lot of money. Trying to get $200 out of a Pennsylvania Dutchman is about as close to suicide as anybody wants to get. I tried to think of how I could deal with my toe without going to that money hungry doctor. Several weeks ago, I happened to overhear somebody say that they had a badly infected toenail. It caught my attention because it was the condition of my toe at the time. Instead of going to the doctor, this woman went and had a pedicure, which took care of her damaged toe. I really did not know what a pedicure was; just that it was some kind of a woman thing. As a man, I had no interest in involving myself in anything that could be classified as a woman thing. However, my toe would not quit hurting. I pondered this subject for a couple of weeks. I thought to myself, “Self, maybe you should try the pedicure.” Myself thought it was a good idea and so I drove over to where they did pedicures. I sat in my truck for a few minutes looking at the Nail Salon where they did pedicures. While I was watching, my toe kept hurting. Finally, I decided to leave my manhood in the truck, hobble in and see if they could do a pedicure for someone like me. When I walked in, I discovered that they did not speak English. At least most of them did not. I inquired and was warmly received, then ushered to a chair where they could work on my toes. Within 20 minutes, I received a pedicure to beat all pedicures. The young woman who did my toes did a marvelous job. I was afraid that she would try to paint my toenails and I was prepared for a vigorous No. But she did not and was very gracious in taking care of my wounded toe. When I went to pay for the pedicure, I was surprised it was only $20. I walked painlessly to my truck and sitting in my truck was my manhood with $180. That is what I call a good day. I could not help think of a verse in Proverbs, “Better it is to be of an humble spirit with the lowly, than to divide the spoil with the proud” (Proverbs 16:19). Sometimes a proud spirit gets in the way of healthy living. When I think too much of myself I have too much of myself to think of. Rev. James L. Snyder is pastor of the Family of God Fellowship, PO Box 831313, Ocala, FL 34483. He lives with his wife, Martha, in Silver Springs Shores. Call him at 1-866-552-2543 or e-mail His web site is Read Article.More from Faith.
Happening April 18 2014 - Source:

Why I am happy to pay my taxes and other mendacities (Faith)
By Dr. James L. SnyderLast week I was getting along just fine. Things were being accomplished and I was rather enjoying myself. Dutifully, I was checking off item after item on my “to-do-list.” I love it when a plan comes together. However, at the top of my exuberance, the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage stopped me dead in my tracks with a query. She is quite famous, or is it infamous, for pulling these kinds of things on Yours Truly. She has a question for just about every event. For instance, when we are traveling, she will wait for the right moment and then put to me this query. “Do you know where you’re going?” A variety of ways to answer that question immediately suggests itself, not all of which would endear me to her. However, to be honest, and who doesn’t want to be honest these days, the answer to that question is usually a mumbled “No.” Just as we get into the car and get ready to go, she asks another question. “Do you have everything you need?” Invariably, I do not, and have to go back into the house and pick up what I left behind. I could do my own Left Behind series. However, this past week when I was flying high, she dropped me dead in my tracks with another question. “Have you filed our income tax yet?” It was at that moment my whole world came crashing down. I had not even given it a first thought, let alone a second thought. Why is it, although income tax filing day comes every year on the same day I always forget? Of all the things I love doing in this world, and there are plenty, paying my income tax each year does not rate number one. Every time I have a little extra cash in my pocket, I always wonder what that happy crowd in Washington DC could do with it. Usually I am tempted to send it to them along with a little note that says, “Spend it with my compliments.” To be quite honest, there are few things I enjoy more than filing my income tax each year. One would be calling the telephone company to straighten out my telephone bill. This is good for an entire day of delightful conversation with idiots. Every time I think my life cannot get any lower and drabber than it is, I simply pick up the telephone and call customer service at my friendly telephone company. Within three minutes, (after I had been put on hold for 27 minutes) I recognize exactly how wonderful my life truly is. Probably the most magnificent thing about calling customer service is that you know somebody’s going to get it all screwed up and you will have the pleasure of doing it all over again next week. A wonderful ongoing relationship that is priceless. Another activity I enjoyed doing more than filing my income tax is spending five whole days in bed with the flu. Nothing could be more delightfully entertaining. Just think of it, five whole days to luxuriate in your bed and not have to get up and do a thing. Talk about a vacation! What with the sneezing and coughing, and your nose running like the mighty Mississippi, and your head thumping like an African bongo drum, what more could a person ask for? If somebody calls for you during that time all your wife has to say is, “He’s in bed with the flu.” Everybody understands that. Of course, if she said you are just in bed, people would not accept that and think a little poorly of you. One more thing slightly more exciting than filing your income taxes, is poking yourselves in the eye. I must confess this a favorite of mine because every time I do it, I learn new dance steps. Alas, when the swelling dies down I cannot remember those dance steps. Therefore, paying my income tax each year is included in some of my favorite activities. Even Jesus got into the discussion of paying taxes. When queried on this subject he replied, “Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s” (Mark 12:17). When I think of all the money wasted in our country, I grieve. Someone once said, “Money in the hands of a fool always goes for foolish things.” How a person spends his or her money reveals a lot about that person. Rev. James L. Snyder is pastor of the Family of God Fellowship, PO Box 831313, Ocala, FL 34483. Read Article.More from Faith.
Happening April 17 2014 - Source:

Commitment to science education pays off for Holliday teacher
Angela Snyder, a science teacher at Holliday High School, is one of only 200 science teachers chosen throughout the United States to participate in the prestigious New Science Teachers Association New Science Teacher Academy for the 2013-2014 school year.
Happening April 14 2014 - Source:

City Hall Closed For Good Friday
The City of Snyder City Hall will be closed Friday, April 18, 2014.
Happening April 14 2014 - Source:

Snyder, Missing People
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Snyder, Crime News
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Snyder Stabbing Suspect ID'd
Authorities have identified the man arrested for the fatal stabbing in Snyder Wednesday.
October 03 2013 - Source:

OSBI Investigating Snyder Stabbing Death
The Oklahoma State Bureau Investigation has been brought in to investigate Wednesday's stabbing fatality in Snyder.
October 03 2013 - Source:

Man Stabbed to Death in Snyder
A man was stabbed to death in Snyder Wednesday.
October 02 2013 - Source:


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