People who enjoy reading are encouraged to shop at the annual Scurry County Library book sale and help support the summer reading program.
Prosecutors hope to wrap up their presentation in the murder trail of Juan Barron and Jamai Barron sometime today.
A Georgia-based bank filed a lawsuit against Reagor-Dykes of Snyder, LP, this week claiming a trade-in check was returned due to insufficient funds.
The Scurry County United Way “I am Somebody” campaign has reached nearly half its goal, having raised $56,114 so far.
U.S. Air Force veteran John Rogotzke will be the keynote speaker during Western Texas College’s Veterans Day program.
Nov. 6 is deadline to submit pictures of veterans for the Snyder Daily News salute section.
The annual Veterans Day tribute section will be published in the Nov. 10-11 weekend edition.
Testimony continued for the third day in the trial of two people charged with murder in a double homicide that occurred in January 2016 in Snyder.
The Scurry County Appraisal District has a new chief appraiser and will continue using Thomas Y. Pickett and Company as its mineral appraisal firm.
Patterson-UTI Energy, Inc., reported 2018 revenues rose more than $200 million in the third quarter, compared to a year ago.
The Scurry County Museum is hosting a traveling exhibit focused on Cynthia Ann and Quanah Parker.