Texas, from fourth graders’ points of view, will be on display for the next few months at the Scurry County Museum.
The public will soon have additional opportunities to talk to Snyder ISD officials about pending state sanctions against the district.
Organizers of the Long Ear Benefit Trail Ride are expecting a record crowd this year.
A Snyder woman was indicted by a Scurry County grand jury on four counts of injury to a child.
A Burnet man is headed to state jail after his probation was revoked this week in District Judge Ernie B. Armstrong’s courtroom.
Close to 150 runners will compete in Cogdell Memorial Hospital’s Pink Run Saturday morning in Towle Park.
Today is the deadline to submit nominations for the 2019 Western Texas College Alumni Association Distinguished Alumni Award.
Updated and late reports continue to help push oilfield production totals for 2019 ahead of 2018 levels, according to information from the Railroad Commission of Texas.
Three Ira High School teams won cash awards for their entries in the Workforce Solutions for West Central Texas’ Careers in Action video contest, announced in Abilene Wednesday.
Three people were arrested this week after being indicted by a Scurry County grand jury.
The Scurry County Appraisal District board of directors took no action after meeting with its attorney concerning a lawsuit filed by four county taxing entities.