Jury selection is scheduled to begin Monday in 132nd District Court in the trial of a couple facing felony charges related to the January 2016 shooting deaths of two men in Snyder.
After being named curator at the Scurry County Museum in October, Robert-George de Stolfe said he loves his position and has two new exhibits in store for Scurry County.
The Snyder Chamber of Commerce’s hotel occupancy tax (HOT) fund committee will consider $60,098 in requests from organizers of nine events on Monday.
Scurry County and Western Texas College students will return to the classroom on Monday after spending the week off for spring break.
Cassie Petty is expected to be officially named as the new superintendent of Hermleigh ISD during Monday’s school board meeting.
National Weather Service officials are reviewing data before they announce any conclusions about whether damage from Wednesday’s wind storms was caused by straight-line winds or some other weather
Relief agencies have reached out to local families adversely affected by Wednesday’s severe wind storms.
Scurry County commissioners are holding off for now on plans to install a new fueling station for county vehicles.
The Scurry County Museum has opened registration for its summer camps.
Four Ira High School students will compete for a state title next week in Austin.
Mother Nature hit Scurry County with a second blast of high wind Wednesday. Fortunately, no injuries were reported and additional property damage was minimal.