A crowd of more than 120 people filled the Ira ISD cafetorium for a celebration of the school’s fall sports teams at Meet the Bulldogs Thursday night.
Scurry County’s July unemployment rate dropped, but only slightly, according to figures released by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) today.
Walmart is partnering with Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA), to host a sidewalk chalk art contest Saturday.
Western Texas College’s first day enrollment was the highest since 2006.
WTC had a total of 2,102 students registered and attending classes Thursday.
Representatives from different agencies will discuss services during an informational meeting at the Snyder Chamber of Commerce office on Tuesday.
Scurry Community Services (SCS) has scheduled registration for its Head Start program and English as a second language class.
The staff at Snyder High School has been preparing for the 2016-17 year.
Scurry County does not currently have a burn ban established, but that could change if Snyder and surrounding areas do not receive much rainfall this weekend.
Lisa Butler, is excited about the new internship program at Snyder High School.
The Scurry County Hospital District board of directors will hold a public hearing on its 2017 budget on Aug. 31.
Snyder Christian School will begin a new school year Monday with Jim Palmer serving as the new principal.