Following Western Texas College’s placement of the Quanah Parker statue on campus, interest in the Comanche culture has grown among the community.
As of Thursday, Scurry County United Way has raised $58,819 for the Be A Hero fundraising campaign.
That represents 49 percent of the $120,000 goal.
A suspicious application (app) called “After School” made the rounds through Ira ISD Monday as sixth grade students reported receiving text messages from the app.
The Scurry County Health Unit is going mobile.
More than a decade after the book Same Kind of Different As Me was published, a movie adaptation of the story will premiere at Cinema Snyder Friday night.
Scurry County is going to help get Western Texas College’s commercial driver’s license (CDL) course up and running.
First United Methodist Church (FUMC) of Snyder’s youth group has devised a tasty way to raise money for mission trips.
For those interested in what goes on behind the scenes at Scurry County Museum, the public is invited to adopt an artifact from the museum’s collections.
Sen. Charles Perry and Rep. Dustin Burrows gave an update on the 85th Legislative session during a combined luncheon for Snyder’s Lions, Kiwanis and Rotary clubs Tuesday.
The Development Corporation of Snyder (DCOS) board of directors did not hold a closed session for personnel after learning it could not go behind closed doors to discuss how the DCOS should move fo