Snyder crews will be back on 37th Street for water line maintenance on Thursday.
Most Snyder and Scurry County government offices will be closed Monday in observance of Columbus Day.
State sales tax revenue was 14.8 percent higher in September than it was a year ago, the Comptroller’s office reported.
At least one citizen believes the city should not hire an outside firm to fill the vacant police chief position.
Ten suspected illegal immigrants are in custody after they fled the scene of vehicle accident on U.S. Hwy. 87 just west of Borden County Monday morning.
Due to changes in insurance benefits, Cogdell Memorial Hospital is updating its October mammogram special.
Terry Kubena, of Snyder, won last week’s Snyder Daily News football contest.
Kubena picked 18 of the 20 games correctly and will receive the $50 first-place prize.
Friday is the deadline to order the 2019 Snyder High School Tiger’s Lair yearbook for $55.
Friday is also the final day to get four free icons when personalization is purchased.
A Snyder woman is in custody following a stabbing incident late Sunday.