The Scurry County Local Government Corporation (LGC) board of directors voted to return $48,000 in start-up funds to the county this morning.
Scurry County commissioners will discuss several issues pertaining to the Scurry County Local Government Corporation (LGC), ranging from dissolving the corporation outright, restructuring the board
Tuesday is the final day to register for the Petticoats on the Prairie early shopping brunch.
Time is running out to register for the final two Scurry County Museum summer camps, scheduled for June 24-28.
The Borden County Historical Commission is organizing an event to commemorate the country’s bicentennial celebration.
According to the Scurry County Commissioners’ Court agenda for Tuesday, the court will vote to request the return of the remaining funds from the Local Government Corporation (LGC).
The Scurry County Local Government Corporation (LGC), on Monday, may vote to return what is left of a $50,000 start-up fund to the county.
Snyder ISD students’ scores on the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) contained few surprises for school district officials.
The Snyder City Council will continue its discussion about financing street maintenance and improvements when it meets Monday, but as in previous meetings, will not vote on a path forward.