Students in fourth, fifth, seventh and eighth grades, as well as high school students, will be testing next week.
The Ira ISD board of trustees will review 10-month contract employees during Monday night’s meeting.
Scurry County’s population is increasing, according to the 2015 estimates released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
The Snyder Chamber of Commerce board of directors will consider three hotel occupancy tax (HOT) requests when it meets at 5:30 p.m. Monday in the boardroom.
Three Ira High School students produced a prize-winning film for the 2015 Six Man Heaven Contest.
While Western Texas College’s students and faculty enjoyed a weeklong spring break, construction crews were hard at work around the campus.
The driver of a pickup truck was transported to Cogdell Memorial Hospital after driving through a fence at Sonic Drive-In Thursday morning.
The Scurry County technology committee decided Thursday to recommend Jeremy Eaves be named the county’s information technology (IT) administrator to the Scurry County
The Development Corporation of Snyder (DCOS) loan committee finalized the amount of its loan to Wesley Trucking, LLC, during Thursday’s meeting.
For the second straight month, Scurry County’s unemployment rate topped 5 percent, according to figures released by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC).