The Scurry County Clerk’s Office was busy Tuesday registering people to vote for the Nov. 8 presidential election.
The Hermleigh ISD board of trustees approved revisions to the local teacher evaluation system at Tuesday’s meeting.
The City of Snyder Planning and Zoning Commission meeting scheduled for Tuesday was postponed.
The Western Texas College administration is reviewing all options, including filing a lawsuit, to recover its losses from a clerical error in the setting of mineral va
A man was transported to a Lubbock hospital early this morning after suffering what the Scurry County Sheriff’s Office is calling an “accidental, self-inflicted gunsho
The Snyder Farmers Market concluded its run this past weekend, and organizers are already planning next year’s events.
Iron Mountain, Inc., signed a wind power purchase agreement with officials from the Amazon Wind Farm Texas, which is being built in the Fluvanna area.
Snyder High School graduates will have a chance to take the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) tests to complete graduate requirements.
Western Texas College’s board of trustees approved the low bid proposal for roof repairs during Monday’s meeting.
Greg Gruben correctly picked 15 of the 18 games in last week’s Snyder Daily News football contest and will receive the $50 first-place prize.
The City of Snyder Planning and Zoning Commission will consider calling for a public hearing for the City of Snyder’s comprehensive plan when it meets Tuesday.