District Judge Ernie B. Armstrong has scheduled a public hearing Tuesday to set the salaries of employees.
In one simple phrase, nine small words, His birth announcement made its way into the Eternal Word of God, and the Holy Wonder entered the darkness of humanity with barely a notice: “…and she gave
At 12:59 p.m. Friday, a two-vehicle accident was reported in the 600 block of 37th Street.
• Friday blotter notes
Scurry County Sheriff Trey Wilson said six years after Hailey Dunn was reported missing, and her remains found in March 2013, his department still looks into any information the public provides.
Family incomes in Scurry County continued to climb in 2015, but more than 1,730 residents continue to live in poverty, according to recently released figures from the U.S. Census Bureau.
The Scurry County Library’s Food for Fines program has been extended through the month of January.
Scurry County churches will celebrate Christmas with candlelight and Christmas Day services.
The City of Snyder will accept live Christmas trees to be mulched, between Monday and Jan. 10.
The city is only accepting live Christmas trees.
The unitized road system in the county ended in April when the Scurry County Commissioners’ Court voted to dissolve the road superintendent position.
The Scurry County Jail is officially in compliance with the Texas Commission on Jail Standards.
Friends and family of David Emerson, who was last seen on Dec. 24, 2014, will hold a prayer vigil at Faith Baptist Church at 7 p.m. Friday.