After seeing its bond rating improve from A to AA- in 2009, based largely on the county’s reserve funds, Scurry County officials recently learned its bond rating dropped from AA- to A+, according t
Man killed in one-vehicle accident
A one-vehicle accident south of Dunn this morning resulted in one man being killed, officials said.
A Snyder man was in custody after being arrested on an aggravated assault charge early today.
With Friday’s deadline to file for the May 5 local elections, only one of the 14 seats remains without a candidate.
Snyder ISD Superintendent Dr. Eddie Bland spoke about education during Monday’s meeting of the Scurry County Retired Teachers Association.
Though Snyder ISD students may have two upcoming days off from school, many students will still be hard at work those days.
With beads and masks of green, purple and gold, the Western Texas College cafeteria was a festive site Tuesday as WTC students, faculty and cafeteria employees celebrated Mardi Gras.
Scurry County’s three girls basketball teams will be in action the next two days.
Area governmental, school and financial agencies have announced their closure schedules for the President’s Day holiday on Monday.
The threat of wildfires isn’t as great as it was during the terrible spring and summer of 2011, but it’s getting there, officials said.