The Scurry County Appraisal District board of directors will hear the 2015 financial audit report during Tuesday’s meeting.
Students from the University of Texas will be in Snyder Tuesday as part of the Texas 4000.
State sales tax revenue in May totaled $2.41 billion, which is down 7.1 percent compared to May 2015, according to figures released by the Texas Comptroller’s Office.
Patterson-UTI Energy, Inc., continued to see its average rig count fall in May.
Scurry County school officials are reviewing policies and procedures regarding transgender bathrooms after Lt. Gov.
Today’s edition of the Snyder Daily News includes the 2016 Visitors’ and Newcomers’ Guide.
The Snyder City Council may ask the voters to approve three major projects after it meets Monday.
With the West Texas Western Swing Festival scheduled next week, Snyder Chamber of Commerce Events Coordinator Josh Ortegon said ticket sales are going “very good.”
Snyder’s new auto dealership may be one step closer to construction after Monday’s Snyder City Council meeting.