The Snyder Chamber of Commerce HOT (Hotel Occupancy Tax) Fund committee Monday heard five requests for financial assistance from organizers who will hold events in the next few months.
Western Texas College (WTC) trustees gave college officials the green light to start a new healthcare course in the spring.
The Hermleigh ISD board of trustees will discuss auditing services during tonight’s meeting, which begins at 7 p.m. in the administration board room.
Jumpstart Enrichment for Tomorrow’s Students (JETS), helps many families in Scurry County, but they could use some help in return.
Snyder Chamber of Commerce officials said they are pleased with the 2019 West Texas Western Swing Festival turnout.
The City of Snyder will spray for mosquitoes for the next four weeks.
Scurry County Appraisal District (SCAD) directors will consider minor changes to the Scurry County tax roll when they meet Tuesday morning.
Scurry County commissioners, sitting as both commissioners and the advisory board for Hermleigh Water Works (HWW), will meet Tuesday to consider filling the position of the water works’ operation m
Reed Graff joined the Snyder Daily News staff as its sports editor.
City officials say they’re doing just about everything they can to control the proliferation of high weeds in vacant lots around Snyder, but Mother Nature isn’t making the task any easier.
Among the first-time visitors to the West Texas Western Swing Festival was one of the featured attractions.
Promotions and a new program will top the agenda when Western Texas College (WTC) trustees meet Monday.