Beth Morris was named the senior warden at the Price Daniel Unit at the beginning of August, marking the latest stop in her 28-year career in criminal justice.
A Snyder man is headed to prison after receiving concurrent eight-year sentences in District Judge Ernie B. Armstrong’s courtroom this week.
Western Texas College President Dr. Barbara Beebe praised the work of local law enforcement and the faculty and staff following Thursday morning’s lockdown.
Amazon has contracted with Lincoln Clean Energy to purchase 90 percent of the power generated from its Scurry County wind farm.
Cub Scout Pack No. 177 registered almost 30 new Scouts Tuesday at Snyder Primary School.
Scurry County’s unemployment rate in August dropped compared to July, but remained above the state and national average, according to figures released by the Texas Wor
All 145 tables have been sold for the 35th annual Canyon Gun Club, Inc. gun, knife and coin show Saturday and Sunday at The Coliseum.
There are still several 2016 Tiger’s Lair yearbooks that have not been picked up by students.
After a nearly one hour lockdown and campus search, Snyder police and Western Texas College’s (WTC) security staff determined there was no threat on the campus after a
A Tuesday seminar at College on the Square will outline new overtime rules, which go into effect Dec. 1.
Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol will be presented by the Ritz Community Theatre in December.