Scurry County United Way celebrated another successful fundraising campaign with its annual awards luncheon Thursday.
The Coliseum will be filled Saturday morning with athletes from around West Texas competing in the second annual Granite Games CrossFit competition.
Texas families can lock in today’s cost of undergraduate resident tuition and required fees at Texas public colleges and universities by enrolling their children in the tax-advantaged Texas Tuition
Cogdell Memorial Hospital is using the month of February, American Heart Month, to encourage people to be more heart healthy and physically active.
The Ritz Community Theatre will have its final performances of the farce Suite Surrender this weekend.
A local high school student will be traveling to Washington, D.C., as a prize for her video-making skills.
The Development Corporation of Snyder’s board of directors approved a $2,500 budget for advertising the executive director’s position at their meeting this morning.
The Harlem Globetrotters will be coming to Snyder as part of their Pushing The Limits 2020 World Tour.
Tickets for the 7 p.m. March 4 show at The Coliseum are on sale.
The Scurry County United Way will celebrate its 2019 campaign during an awards luncheon Thursday.
The luncheon will begin at 11:30 a.m. at Martha Ann Woman’s Club.
Scurry County Commissioners on Tuesday voted to change the county’s bad weather policy, with details to be worked out in the future.
Democratic candidates for District 83 State Representative Addison Perry-Franks of Snyder and James Barrick of Lubbock discussed their goals during a candidate forum Tuesday.