The Scurry County Appraisal Review Board will hold taxpayer protest hearings Tuesday and Wednesday.
Snyder Police Chief Terry Luecke said a new phone scam has been reported in the area.
Sandra Salinas, the executive administrative assistant at the Snyder Chamber of Commerce, received a Tenure Award during last month’s Texas Chamber of Commerce Executi
A group of Snyder teens is organizing a night of music, worship and prayer for the community in August.
Local law enforcement and residents woke up Friday morning hearing the news of the deadly shootings in Dallas on Thursday.
The Snyder City Council will vote on a couple of land-use matters when it meets on Monday.
Members of the Snyder City Council may attend an emergency management workshop Monday designed to help public officials better understand the emergency management proc
The Western Texas College board of trustees, on Monday, will get their first chance to review the 2016-17 budget.
The Scurry County Rodeo will celebrate its 80th anniversary next weekend.
For the first time since 2014, Scurry County’s sales tax allocations topped the previous year’s monthly total, according to figures released by Comptroller Glenn Hegar
Despite receiving only 0.07 of an inch of rain since June 20, Scurry County has not reached a drought stage, according to the latest map from the U.S.