The City of Snyder, Snyder ISD, Western Texas College and Cogdell Memorial Hospital will all have members of their governing boards up for election May 2.
Yes, it’s almost that time of year again.
Girl Scout cookie sales will begin on Jan. 17.
Snyder Primary School students are starting the first day of their new semester with a smile. At the front table are (l-r) Mark Ashby, Matthew Henson, Jeremiah Medina, and Nikolai Thomason.
While the wait on Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath’s approval continues, Snyder ISD officials are moving ahead with preparations for the proposed dual pathway curriculum that may go
Scurry County’s burn ban is in effect until early March.
The Ira FFA chapter show will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday in the old Ira Ag Shop.
The first spring session of the Tuesday Troupe will be held February 14 at the Ritz Community Theatre.
In a meeting lasting only 10 minutes this morning, Scurry County commissioners approved an interim department head for Scurry County Welfare, participation in a cyber security program and a $5,000
Shining Stars Sports and Recreation invites fathers and daughters to have oceans of fun spending an evening dancing, visiting and spending time together at its second annual father-daughter dance.
The Snyder City Council made quick business of three financial matters and welcomed a new member during Monday’s meeting.
Scurry County’s rainfall totals slipped slightly in 2019 from the previous year’s total, and finished slightly below the middle of the pack since 2001.
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said state sales tax revenue totaled $3.01 billion in December, 4.8 percent more than in December 2018.