Organizers of the 2019 Snyder Wheels Car Show and Cruise are expecting more than 100 entries this year.
Scurry County’s February unemployment rate is down compared to January, according to figures released by the Texas Workforce Commission.
The Snyder High School class of 2019 has scheduled a day full of events to raise money for Project Graduation and Darrell Campbell, a Snyder police officer injured in the line of duty.
Business owners have until April 1 to file property tax renditions with the Scurry County Appraisal Districts.
The annual stockholder’s meeting of the WTSB Bancorp, Inc. was held March 21 in the West Texas State Bank board room. The stockholders re-elected seven members to the board of directors.
Hermleigh High School’s one-act play, These Shining Lives, is one step closer to the Class 1A state competition.
Thirteen Hermleigh High School students will compete in Monday’s District 13-1A academic meet at Ira ISD.
Events will begin at 9 a.m.
The Snyder City Council approved the city’s financial statement and a draft audit report during a special noon meeting Friday.