The election season got off to a quick start in February as two Snyder City Council candidates dropped out of the race.
It is fireworks season in Scurry County, and Snyder Deputy Fire Marshal Nathan Hines has one tip for everyone: Use common sense.
The Snyder Daily News will not publish a newspaper on Tuesday.
The newspaper office will be closed Monday and Tuesday and will reopen at 8 a.m. Wednesday.
Area school superintendents are greeting a state panel’s recommendations to inject more money into the Texas public school system with skepticism.
After spending one month filming its first four episodes throughout Snyder, a television production crew is in Houston to finish its upcoming series, Sons of Thunder.
Scurry County had more people in the workforce in November and the unemployment rate remained near 3 percent.
Scurry County churches have scheduled Christmas services for Sunday and Monday.
The Snyder Fire Department has been called out to many fires over the past few weeks only to learn they were responding to a controlled burn.
Hirings in the oilfield and the county lifting its hiring freeze were among the top stories of January 2018.
For at least the remainder of this school year, Snyder Junior High School will retain a sub-par academic rating from the Texas Education Agency (TEA).
The City of Snyder is giving residents a place to dispose of live Christmas trees again this year.