Snyder junior Melanie Martinez and the Lady Tigers defeated Big Spring, 40-27 in their District 5-4A opener at Tiger Gym Friday.
Monday evening, Snyder residents can treat their ears to classical music at a free concert at the Scurry County museum.
Ira High School’s audio-visual classes are getting ready to finish their projects for this year’s University Interscholastic League (UIL) film contest.
The 132nd District Court recently released information about seven felony indictments.
Two dozen new laws went into effect on January 1, 2020, in Texas. These new laws were passed during the Texas 86th legislative session in 2019.
Snyder’s animal population has a new ally in the fight for good health.
A total of 80 exhibitors will participate in the 2019 Scurry County Junior Livestock Association (SCJLA) show beginning Wednesday.
According to figures released by Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar, retail sales in Snyder slowed in November — compared to both October 2019 as well as November 2018.
Scurry County Judge Dan Hicks was guest speaker at the Historic Scurry County Inc. meeting at the Scurry County Library Thursday evening.
The nation is in full flu season and it’s taken a turn for the worse.
Snyder is one of the regions with an elevated number of flu cases.
One of the most common topics of debate is politics, and younger people are becoming involved.
Public safety is the number one priority for law enforcement and emergency services.