Scurry County has a new group of high school graduates.
American Legion Post No. 181 will sponsor Memorial Day events for veterans and their family members on Monday.
The Snyder Fire Department will begin testing the city’s fire hydrants Tuesday, Fire Chief Perry Westmoreland said.
Hermleigh ISD students finished the school year Friday, but excitement will carry over for another week with the Lady Cardinals playing in their first state softball tournament.
The annual rabies clinic conducted by Dr. Charles Church will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 3 in The Coliseum annex.
Jordan Roberto Rodriguez and Stacey Jo Macias, both of Snyder.
Brent Maxwell Cole and Selena Elizabeth Guerrero, both of Snyder.
Action in District Court
Ira ISD Superintendent Jay Waller wished he had “concrete” news to give the board of trustees concerning school finance during Thursday’s meeting.
A New Mexico man was indicted by a Scurry County grand jury this month for possession of a controlled substance.
Scurry County’s three public school districts will honor 196 high school seniors during graduation ceremonies today.
Oilfield activity continued its rollercoaster ride as production, permits for new oil wells, completions and recompletions in Scurry County all dropped between March and April.