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.
Snyder’s Building Standards Commission may vote to demolish a building in the 1900 block of 21st Street when it meets Monday.
Several activities and camps are scheduled at the Scurry County Museum this summer.
Families going out of town for vacation may ask law enforcement to check on their house while they are gone.
After calling Stanfield Elementary School home for the past several years, kindergarten and pre-kindergarten classes will move to Snyder Primary School over the summer.
The City of Snyder hopes to begin spraying for mosquitoes on Monday, Public Works Superintendent Eli Torres said.
The landfill will be closed Saturday due to this week’s rain, Public Works Superintendent Eli Torres said.