The Ira ISD board of trustees on Thursday will establish who may sign checks for the district’s education foundation.
Area residents got the chance to look beyond the badge during this morning’s Coffee With a Cop get-together.
The City of Snyder’s Planning and Zoning Commission signed off on a resident’s zoning change request during its meeting Tuesday evening.
Thursday’s Big Country Electric Cooperative’s annual meeting at The Coliseum will include a car show.
Though the building no longer stands, the Lincoln School remains a major part of Snyder’s history.
Why pick between action, adventure, romance and comedy when you can see it all in one place?
With the potential for severe weather approaching this spring, Texans may purchase certain items tax-free during the state’s sales tax holiday for emergency preparation supplies.
A Pride Week celebration at Western Texas College (WTC) sparked criticism from the community, especially on social media, but some of the information being spread online was inaccurate, college off
Scurry County commissioners breezed through a six-minute meeting today, accepting gifts and donations and approving monthly bills in the only action items on the agenda.
A little cold rain didn’t stop Snyder resident Candace Matthies from completing a bucket-list experience.
Due to the lack of a quorum, the Snyder Chamber of Commerce board of directors took no action on nominating a new board member during Monday’s meeting.
The total amount Snyder’s banks held on deposit at the end of March continued its upward trend, rising by $3.4 million over December’s reported total, while outstanding loans continued to decline.