Scurry County United Way will celebrate the results of its 2019 campaign with its awards luncheon on Feb. 20 at Martha Ann Women’s Club.
Nurse Gianni Salinas prepared to draw blood from Ariana Rascon during Thursday’s Vitalant blood drive at Snyder High School.
The Scurry County Junior Livestock Association kicked off its 2020 stock show Thursday with its first two events — broilers and pigs.
Western Texas College’s enrollment numbers are down since last year.
Local schools, government offices and financial institutions have announced their schedules for the Martin Luther King Jr. observance on Monday.
Scurry County saw its first significant precipitation of 2020 Thursday as a storm system made its way from the southwest to the northeast through the area.
The Snyder High School football banquet will be held in the Snyder High School cafeteria at 6 p.m. Sunday.
Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) will begin its spring session on January 24.
A free educational series on diabetes offered by Cogdell Memorial Hospital is approaching its one-year anniversary, and response to the classes has been phenomenal, according to Marketing Director
Western Texas College (WTC) will host a series of events next week to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
After meeting for 76 minutes behind closed doors in a board room decorated with student posters thanking them for their service, Hermleigh ISD trustees unanimously extended Superintendent Cassie Pe