The Hermleigh ISD and Ira ISD school boards will each hold a special meeting on Monday to call the Nov. 6 board election.
The Snyder Chamber of Commerce board of directors will vote on $54,125 in hotel occupancy tax (HOT) fund requests during Monday’s meeting.
When Ira ISD moved into its current building, school board member Dennis Taylor had an idea.
The Scurry County Appraisal District (SCAD) turned down a proposal from four taxing entities in which the entities would pay for the reappraisal of Kinder Morgan mineral valuations.
First-day enrollment at Snyder ISD campuses was slightly lower than last year, but officials expect more students to enroll in the coming days.
County officials across Texas hope state lawmakers become more sympathetic to their economic plights.
A Christian-based organization is ready to help mothers, specifically Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS).
The number of unemployed workers in Scurry County in July was lower than previous months, according to figures released by the Texas Workforce Commission today.
As president of the Snyder ISD board of trustees, Ralph Ramon is used to visiting students throughout the school year.
On Wednesday, the students came to him.
Scurry County’s three public school districts received the top rating for financial accountability by the Texas Education Agency (TEA).