Two people are heading to prison after entering plea deals in District Judge Ernie B. Armstrong’s courtroom recently.
Retail sales in Snyder and Scurry County were up in August, according to sales tax allocation figures released by the Texas Comptroller’s Office Wednesday.
While pep rallies and football games are exciting events for the school and community, Hermleigh ISD is forcusing this week on two groups of people.
Some local Suddenlink customers may see a slight increase in their cable TV bills, company representatives announced earlier this month.
The Snyder Daily News is now accepting candidate announcements for anyone planning to run in the March 6 primary elections.
The Snyder ISD boardroom will be information central Thursday evening.
Snyder ISD received an $80,000 settlement from Thomas Y. Pickett and Company after a calculation error was discovered entering 2016-17 mineral values.
Proceeds from the annual Western Texas College Fall Festival will benefit the 2017-18 Scurry County United Way Be a Hero campaign.
Hermleigh ISD is providing extra help to students having difficulty with reading.
Every year, thousands of women are diagnosed with breast cancer.