Readers will no longer face the prospect of a tariff price spike affecting their local newspapers after the International Trade Commission (ITC) announced this morning its unanimous negative determ
Scurry County’s three high school football head coaches liked their teams’ scrimmage performances and hope the momentum carries over to this weekend’s season-opening games.
One Scurry County school superintendent said children’s education will be affected by a lawsuit filed by four taxing entities against the Scurry County Appraisal District (SCAD).
For the second week in a row, Scurry County residents were almost unanimous in their opposition to the county’s plans to increase its tax rate by almost seven cents.
Drivers around Snyder Primary School will face street construction delays, beginning as early as mid-September, after the Snyder City Council voted to rebuild a portion of 37th Street.
The Scurry County Appraisal District (SCAD) staff will begin compiling information needed to seek bids from mineral appraisers.
For the second year in a row, Hermleigh ISD officials will have a surplus budget to work with.
The Ira ISD board of trustees, for the second straight year, adopted a deficit budget.
The Western Texas College board of trustees approved a balanced budget for 2018-19 that will be funded in part by a 31.12-cent per $100 property tax rate.
Scurry County commissioners will hold a second and final public hearing on the county’s proposed tax rate when they hold a special meeting Tuesday morning.