Snyder Police Chief Terry Luecke wants the public to have a happy holiday season and said residents can take some simple steps to ensure they are safe.
The Scurry County United Way Lend a Hand campaign, which has been extended through Jan. 31., has reached 64 percent of its $120,000 goal.
The Snyder High School publications department held its ninth annual coat and toy drive this month, benefiting Gateway Family Services.
Auditors with the American Corrections Association reaccredited the Price Daniel Unit during an audit this week.
On Wednesday, the prison hosted a closeout ceremony and luncheon.
Western Texas College will host an active shooter training for the public as part of the Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate (ALICE) training program.
Christmas programs and a play will highlight activities this week in Scurry County.
Mike Compton is a new staff writer for the Snyder Daily News.
Compton, a 2001 graduate of Snyder High School, will cover community events and meetings for the newspaper.
Holiday travelers will have to spend a little more at the gas stations this year, according to the latest gas prices released by AAA Texas.
Scurry County churches are aksed to provide the Snyder Daily News with information on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day services.
The Snyder ISD board of trustees Tuesday night took no action following a 46-minute Level III hearing requested by Carlos Cantu after he was relieved of his coaching duties at Snyder Junior High Sc