Snyder fans may want to arrive early for Friday’s District 3-4A Division I football game against Stephenville at Tiger Stadium.
Thursday’s Western Texas College fall festival will benefit the Scurry County United Way campaign.
Snyder High School speech and debate students recently won several awards.
Ira’s Jim R. Brown has published his first electronic novel.
By Your Radio is available as an e-book for $4.99 on the Kindle tablet.
The Scurry County Museum will host law enforcement appreciation dayt on Saturday.
The Scurry County Commissioners’ Court approved a motion to renew the county’s managed services agreement with Computer Transition Services, Inc.
Western Texas College’s enrollment is up compared to last year, but the contact hours are down, the board of trustees learned during Monday night’s meeting.
Sen. Charles Perry, R-Lubbock, said the interim charges issued by Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick are important to the state.
The Snyder High School DECA chapter is teaming up with Scurry County 4-H to sponsor a food drive for Blessings in a Bag during Friday’s home football game against Step
Morgan Molina of Colorado City correctly picked 16 of the 18 games in last week’s Snyder Daily News football contest.