Due to a rise in attendance, the Scurry County Library will add an extra Story Time to its weekly children’s programs, beginning next week.
In 1968, Snyder was one of 10 cities in the United States to receive the All-America City Award.
Arrest warrants have been issued for two people from Snyder in connection with recent suspicious fires.
A telephone scam threatening people with arrest if they don’t pay up is making the rounds in Scurry County.
Ira ISD’s Future Farmers of America (FFA) program received a $2,500 donation as part of the America’s Farmers Grow Communities program.
The Snyder Shares Free Store routinely helps the needy in Scurry County, but every now and then, it needs a little help from the rest of us.
Local organizations will offer some fun as well as information, at the Towle Park ampitheater on April 27.
The Ira ISD board of trustees on Thursday will establish who may sign checks for the district’s education foundation.
Area residents got the chance to look beyond the badge during this morning’s Coffee With a Cop get-together.
The City of Snyder’s Planning and Zoning Commission signed off on a resident’s zoning change request during its meeting Tuesday evening.
Thursday’s Big Country Electric Cooperative’s annual meeting at The Coliseum will include a car show.
Though the building no longer stands, the Lincoln School remains a major part of Snyder’s history.