Snyder Primary School first grader Maryellen Yocca loves to read.
Officials are taking the first steps toward Hermleigh ISD being named a district of innovation.
Shortly before testimony was set to begin Monday in the felony jury trial of a juvenile in 132nd District Court, the defendant decided instead to accept a plea agreement which resulted in him being
The Snyder Chamber of Commerce will soon begin accepting applications for the inaugural Leadership Snyder class.
The Development Corporation of Snyder board of directors may vote to rent a billboard on U.S. Hwy. 84 during Wednesday’s meeting.
The total amount Snyder’s banks held on deposit at the end of March rose during the past year, increasing by $1.1 million since December and $4.5 million from March 2018’s reported total.
Four Scurry County students qualified for the 2019 University Interscholastic League academic meet and the Hermleigh High School one-act play also qualified for the state contest over the weekend.
Jury selection began today in the trial of a juvenile charged with discharging a firearm at a Snyder residence in April 2018.
Despite inclement weather, families packed their umbrellas and heavy rain gear to scope out the perfect spot to cast their lines at Towle Park Saturday.
The City of Snyder will provide a dump truck free of charge to area residents needing trash hauled off during the Keep Snyder Beautiful city-wide clean-up campaign later this month.