The amount of money Scurry County received for housing inmates from other counties in the local jail was “up considerably” in 2019 over the 2018 figures, according to Sheriff Trey Wilson.
Now that the holiday season is over, most Snyder residents can finally relax, and Snyder first responders can also get back into their normal post-New Year’s Eve routines.
Starting on January 14, the Scurry County Junior Livestock Association will be holding its 2020 livestock show at the Coliseum.
Residents may take their used live Christmas trees to the lot on 30th Street across from Matthies Construction.
The Ritz Community Theatre will soon begin rehearsals for its next show, Suite Surrender.
More than 50 revelers ushered in 2020 during the Scurry County United Way’s New Year’s Eve Bash at Amore Tuesday night.
The month of December and the year 2019 have come to a close, and as such, this will be the last monthly review for this year.
While most Scurry County residents spent the holidays with their families, some of our neighbors do not have the privilege of taking that time off.
Snyder residents are gearing up for 2020 and looking forward to New Year’s Day.
Among the top Snyder Daily News stories in November were parental support for closing Snyder Junior High School, a fully-automated dairy, a museum exhibit honoring veterans, Western Texas College’s
It’s New Year’s Eve, and for many people, that means fireworks. And for the Snyder Fire Department, fireworks mean increased risk of fire.