Are you interested in creating a unique Christmas-themed craft project to beautify your home during the holiday season? Western Texas College has you covered.
Snyder ISD will hold a pair of community meetings in the coming days to discuss where the district currently stands with the Texas Education Agency (TEA).
Millions have read the book, or seen the television adaptations of Barbara Robinson’s book, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, featuring the tragically Christmas-ignorant children of the Herdman fami
Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a series highlighting the 11 local agencies funded in part by Scurry County United Way.
On December 14, The Coliseum will transform into a ballroom, complete with a dance floor.
After enjoying their Thanksgiving holiday, Western Texas College students will be back in classes starting Monday morning.
Some people drove more than 100 miles to attend Tuesday night’s Thanksgiving meal and dance at the Scurry County Senior Citizens Center.
An 83-year-old man was hospitalized Tuesday after an accident left his pickup truck nose-down in a gully north of Snyder’s Walmart Supercenter.
The Scurry County Food Cupboard is an agency that the Scurry County United Way has supported for many years.
Scurry County residents leaving today or Thursday on Thanksgiving excursions shouldn’t have to contend with the high winds West Texas faced Tuesday, but rain might put a damper on travel plans, acc
Still only five local candidates have filed paperwork with Scurry County Republican Party Chairman Drew Bullard for a spot on the March Republican primary ballot.