More Scurry County students are taking advantage of the Opportunity Waiver program at Western Texas College (WTC).
Feb. 22 is the final day Snyder High School students may order the Tiger’s Lair yearbook for $65.
The Western Texas College board of trustees on Monday declined to nominate someone to replace Joe Taylor on the Scurry County Appraisal District (SCAD) board of directors.
Scurry County commissioners agreed today to enter into contract negotiations with Southern Health Partners to take over medical supervision of the county jail infirmary.
After 25 rounds, sixth grader Yasmin Thamez earned the first placed trophy after Monday’s Snyder ISD district spelling bee at Worsham Auditorium.
Snyder residents are at risk of being scammed or hacked, Snyder police Officer Bailey Latham told members of the Scurry County Retired Teachers Association on Monday.
Dr. Oscar Martinez will lead a diabetes educational luncheon Feb.. 28.
The Scurry County Library has received 1040 forms, schedules and books from the IRS.
When they meet Tuesday, Scurry County Commissioners will consider several procedural changes pertaining how they conduct meetings and county employee policy.
The Hermleigh ISD board of trustees will review applications for its superintendent’s position on Tuesday.
The Lone Star District of the Buffalo Trail Council Boy Scouts held its annual Pinewood Derby Saturday at Wilson Motors.
Scurry County will be under a wind advisory until 7 p.m. today, according to an alert from the National Weather Service.