Two local events are seeking hotel occupancy tax (HOT) funds from the Snyder Chamber of Commerce.
The Western Texas College board of trustees will hold the first of two public hearings on its proposed tax rate Monday morning.
Snyder residents will have one final opportunity to share their thoughts on the City of Snyder’s proposed 1-cent tax increase on Monday.
Ira ISD officials are proposing a cut in taxes and raises for employees in the upcoming year’s budget.
The works of self-taught Snyder artist William E. Moorman are the subject of Scurry County Museum’s latest exhibit.
First-day enrollment figures for Snyder ISD are down from the same day last year, but school officials expect that number to increase over the next few days.
The Hermleigh Water Works board of directors will wait 30 days before taking action on a customer’s concerns over a recent spike in his water bill.
Western Texas College will hold a second luncheon to help identify people and events in pictures from the past 50 years.
The 2019-20 Scurry County 4-H Club year will begin Aug. 27.
The kick-off event will be held from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Scurry County Extension Office.
Refreshments will be provided.
“Flatlined” state test score results at Snyder Junior High School led to the campus being labeled as improvement required for the fifth consecutive year.