A rezoning request is the only order of business scheduled for Tuesday’s meeting of the City Planning and Zoning Commission.
The City of Snyder will provide free dump truck service to Snyder residents needing trash hauled off during the Keep Snyder Beautiful citywide clean-up campaign later this month.
Tina Roland rejoined the Snyder Daily News staff Monday as an advertising account executive.
Routine financial matters will be considered by Scurry County commissioners when they meet Tuesday morning.
Don’t try to tell Janie Romine that school librarians aren’t necessary anymore.
Look out, Boston. There’s a new runner in town.
After a year-long journey, Snyder resident Candace Matthies will run in the 2018 Boston Marathon on Monday.
Eighth grade students completed their first round of STAAR (State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness) testing this week and can expect some different assignments in reading and math classes
Snyder High School’s Future Farmers of America (FFA) students are learning skills and making friends this semester as they participate in Texas FFA’s Career Development Events (CDE).
One-act play season is over for Snyder and Hermleigh high schools.
Neither school qualified for the state competition during Friday’s regional contests.
Potential jurors summoned for duty next week will not have to report Monday.