The Snyder Police Department welcomed two new officers into the fold Monday.
As part of its effort to remove eyesores from the city, the Snyder City Council clarified timelines in a junk vehicle ordinance Monday night.
The threat of rain forced City of Snyder crews to delay the start of their mosquito spraying program.
Scurry County commissioners may hire a new Hermleigh Water Works operation manager as early as Tuesday afternoon.
Dogs and their owners took to Towle Park’s walking trail Saturday morning to raise money for a good cause.
Officials at the Scurry County Tax Appraisal District (SCAD) say that any property owners who have not received their appraisal and homestead notice should contact the SCAD office.
Beginning today, the City of Snyder and Texas Communities Group, LLC, will begin accepting bids for available trust properties within the City of Snyder.
America’s favorite orphan is making an appearance at the Ritz Community Theatre beginning Thursday.
Several Snyder High School students competed in state music contests over the weekend.
Wednesday is the deadline to register for the first two summer camps at the Scurry County Museum.
At first glance, the state’s new plan for financing public schools has a lot of things taxpayers and educators like — lower property tax rates and higher state aid to schools chief among them.