After maintaining the status quo the past two years, the Snyder City Council voted to raise the tax rate nearly 3 cents.
Scurry County commissioners today applauded an agreement they have with West Texas Centers, saying the agency is one of the few options open to people in need of mental health services in this regi
The 2018 Scurry County United Way campaign got off to a good start this past weekend, thanks to The United Family.
The U.S. Department of Justice objected to a request by Reagor-Dykes Auto Group to hire a chief restructuring officer (CRO) on Monday.
The Snyder Police Department has two new rookies on the beat.
Western Texas College trustees on Monday voted to adopt the effective property tax rate as part of the budget process for the 2018-19 fiscal year.
Organizers from 12 different events, including two first-time events, requested $54,125 in hotel occupancy tax (HOT) funds from the Snyder Chamber of Commerce.
The Snyder Intermediate School campus isn’t ready for students yet, so students will open the school year at Western Texas College (WTC).
Scurry County commissioners will continue work on the fiscal year 2019 budget when they hold a special meeting Tuesday.
The Scurry County Appraisal Review Board will hold another round of taxpayer protest hearings on Tuesday.