A woman who stole beanies and headbands, among other items, was recently given a 10-year sentence as part of a plea agreement entered in District Judge Ernie B.
Rain or shine, the 24th annual Snyder Fish-a-Thon, sponsored by the Buffalo Trails Council of the Boy Scouts of America will be held Saturday in Towle Park.
The Snyder Junior High School music and theater department will present Ian Fleming’s Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr. today and Sunday.
Nicole Barron will serve six months in the Scurry County Jail for her role in tampering with the scene of a 2016 double homicide in Snyder.
With inclement weather forecast for Saturday, officials at First Baptist Church (FBC) have decided to delay the first-ever Super Easter Egg Drop until Sunday.
Local sales tax allocations continue to top 2018 monthly totals, figures from the Texas Comptroller’s office show.
Hermleigh High School’s one-act play, These Shining Hours, is one round away from qualifying for the Class 1A state contest.
In what would be a welcome change from this week’s dry conditions, the National Weather Service (NWS) is forecasting a strong chance for rain to move through Scurry County Friday and Saturday.
Snyder ISD officials have been talking about recruiting and retaining teachers and are ready to to put those words into action.
A 41-year-old woman is headed to prison after entering a guilty plea in District Judge Ernie B. Armstrong’s courtroom recently.