The Scurry County Museum received a $35,000 King Foundation grant for 2017, allowing the museum to hire an educator for one year.
The deadline to pay property taxes without penalties is Jan. 31.
March’s headlines included county elections, carports installed by the county on private property and school finance.
Snyder merchants have noticed a trend during the holiday shopping period — people are shopping locally.
Classic Interiors owner Lyn Lancaster was one of the first to notice.
Three men are headed to prison after they were found guilty in District Judge Ernie B. Armstrong’s courtroom recently.
The Snyder Police Department, Scurry County Sheriff’s Department and Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) will be patrolling streets and highways during the holidays.
Year in Review: New year started with double murderThree people arrested in February for 2013 murder
A 2013 murder returned to the headlines in February with the arrest of three men.
The Scurry County Commissioners’ Court, today, approved the lone bid for maintenance at the Scurry County Golf Course, submitted by Snyder residents Randy Weaver and Sid Wiggins.
The Scurry County Commissioners’ Court, today, approved three budget amendments and several line-item transfers.