A Nov. 20 hearing has been set in Snyder to hear Kinder Morgan’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by four Scurry County taxing entities.
Just in time for Halloween: Some murder and mayhem, courtesy of the Ritz Community Theatre.
The Scurry County Appraisal District (SCAD) board of directors is expected to select a new chief appraiser from among two candidates next week.
The Scurry County United Way and KSNY will hold a two-day Business Blitz to help raise money for the 2018-19 I Am Somebody campaign.
The 3200 block of 37th Street will be barricaded through 4 p.m. today while crews perform street maintenance.
After hearing from three mineral appraisal firms, the Scurry County Appraisal District board of directors was asked not to bow to pressure from the taxing entities.
Whether you’re part of a work crew or just an individual planning a backyard project, the rule of thumb is the same: Call before you dig.
A Dallas district court judge will hear arguments to dismiss Scurry County’s case against Thomas Y. Pickett and Company for negligence.
A local organization told the Snyder Daily News this morning that a caller told her they were collecting email addresses for the Snyder Daily News’ magazine.
Three mineral appraisal firms will make their pitch to the Scurry County Appraisal District (SCAD) board of directors on Thursday.