The Snyder Daily News is accepting information about Easter services and community Easter egg hunts.
As the price of crude oil continues to hover north of $60 per barrel, and statewide production surges, Scurry County producers reported a decrease in production to start 2019.
Borden County High School’s one-act play advanced to the regional competition.
The message community leaders delivered to the public during Monday’s Make A Difference Forum was clear: If you want things to change, you first have to make your voice heard.
Scurry County offices will be getting a new software provider.
Tuition rates for all out-of-district students at Western Texas College will go up beginning in the fall semester, and all on-campus students will pay more for room and board.
David Martinez of Snyder won the 2019 Snyder Daily News Bracket Bonanza.
Martinez picked 44 of the 63 games correctly and will receive the $50 first-place prize.
Ira ISD will hold its annual kindergarten round-up April 23-26.
Parents of kindergarten students may register their child in the main office from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.
Scurry County Commissioners will discuss the county’s options for selling unsold lots at Maverick West when they meet Tuesday morning.