Scurry County’s three public school districts each received a superior rating on the Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST) accountability ratings.
L-3 DPA delivered a TranSi VS6 truck driving simulator to the Development Corporation of Synder (DCOS) earlier this month.
The Snyder Chamber of Commerce is planning a Halloween event in Towle Park this year.
While many students are getting ready to head back to school and extracurricular activities, some have an additional responsibility.
The times for this week’s student orientation at Snyder Junior High School have changed.
After allowing the public to provide input during a public hearing, the Snyder City Council will vote on a $19 million budget when it meets Monday.
The new Snyder Junior High School was open to the public for the first time during Friday’s open house.
It won’t be Bikefest, but the roar of motorcycles is expected to return to Snyder this fall on the same weekend as White Buffalo Days.
After leading the effort to provide a sales tax rebate incentive to a Lubbock developer, Development Corporation of Snyder (DCOS) Executive Director Bill Lavers said t
The Scurry County Sheriff’s Office received equipment upgrades for its telecommunications department this week thanks to a grant from the West Central Texas Council of