Scurry County beamed with pride Friday night as Snyder, Ira and Hermleigh seniors walked across the stage and received their high school diplomas.
A decade-long dispute between a Snyder-based company and its Belgium supplier has reached final resolution.
Channeling the minds of high-profile detectives is not an easy task, but it’s necessary in order to conquer escape rooms.
It’s time to pull those hidden talents out of the closet because the 2018 West Texas Talent Search is coming to town.
Hermleigh ISD named its top eighth graders for the 2017-18 school year.
They are valedictorian Grace Rister and salutatorian Zane Nachlinger
Ira ISD will not join other entities in their search for errors in entering mineral values.
Fifth and eighth grade students who were affected by the glitches on the April State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) tests will be promoted to the next grade.
The Ira ISD board of trustees hired Grant Gooch as the district’s new girls’ basketball coach.
When Memorial Day arrives on Monday, it will be a time to remember those who died in active military service.
With no board action required, the Scurry County Hospital District board of directors canceled its May meeting.