Scurry County’s 2015 annual unemployment rate was below the state and national average, according to figures compiled by the Texas Workforce Commission.
Two people had their probation revoked and a third person was sentenced to prison by District Judge Ernie B. Armstrong last week.
The staff at the Scurry County Health Unit is making sure incoming seventh grade students have the immunizations they need before the school year begins.
The City of Snyder conducted a water line tie-in this afternoon, city officials announced.
Snyder saw its estimated population increase, according to figures from the U.S. Census Department.
The Hermleigh ISD board of trustees, on Tuesday, will discuss and consider for approval, the 2016-17 list of employees.
The Snyder Planning and Zoning Commission will consider a request to change a zone from commercial zone to residential during Tuesday’s meeting.
More than two dozen curious Scurry County residents learned about what the world was like before humans when they toured the Roland Springs Ranch dig site on Saturday.