The annual Solar Car Challenge will return to Snyder this year.
Updated preliminary valuations show that all of Scurry County taxing entities will have a larger pool of taxable values to draw from this year.
Few details have been released concerning a fatal accident that occurred late Monday on U.S. Hwy. 84 at Hermleigh.
The month of June will be full of activities at the Scurry County Youth Center as it kicks off its 2018 summer program.
The Western Texas College board of trustees approved a tax abatement for a solar farm being constructed in the Fluvanna area during Monday’s meeting.
Scurry County EMS personnel were called to Colorado City to help evacuate patients from a nursing home that caught fire Monday.
April was a good month for local retailers, according to the latest sales tax allocation figures released by the Texas Comptroller’s office.
Professionals with the Texas Department of Transportation will be checking child safety seats for proper installation on Wednesday.
The Snyder Chamber of Commerce still has vendor spaces available for the annual Fourth of July celebration at Towle Memorial Park.
Snyder ISD trustees will consider joining a purchasing alliance of Texas school districts when they meet Tuesday evening.
All 16 Ira ISD fifth grade students passed the required State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) exams in the spring.