The West Texas Children’s Advocacy Center (WTCAC) and Walmart are asking the public to help provide local children with a better Christmas.
As the season of giving begins, Ira ISD will collect much-needed items.
This time of year children scour the skies, hoping to catch a glimpse of Santa Claus. But they might be surprised to see something else instead.
Donations are coming in for the Kiwanis Club of Snyder’s annual Goodfellows food drive, but more is needed to ensure that needy families in the area receive the support they need this holiday seaso
Adrian Lee Arrellano and Brittany Colleen McKinney, both of Colorado City.
Stetson Levi Pettijohn and Dezirae Celeste Garcia, both of Abilene.
The Snyder downtown square will be merry and bright Saturday evening when the annual Snyder Chamber of Commerce lighted Christmas parade comes to town.
Sept. 11, 2001.
It was a day that shook the United States and in turn made us stronger.
As of Thursday, Scurry County United Way has raised $86,667 toward its Be A Hero fundraising campaign’s $120,000 goal.
Santa Claus is coming to the Scurry County Library, and the community is invited to stop by and visit with him.
Deer meat — it’s what’s for dinner.