A Snyder man was arrested after being indicted by a Scurry County grand jury this week.
Western Texas College is inviting Scurry County students to enjoy a pair of basketball games for free.
Residents and event participants will soon see several Snyder police officers in a new way.
Two Snyder High School freshmen excelled at the University Interscholastic League (UIL) choir solo contest in Abilene on Jan. 26.
Scurry County’s three public school districts earned their accreditations from the Texas Education Agency (TEA).
Oilfield activity around Scurry County still has not experienced the boom that other areas of the Permian Basin have experienced, a fact highlighted by data from the Railroad Commission of Texas.
Patterson-UTI Energy, Inc., reported a drop in its monthly average drilling rigs today.
State sales tax revenue totaled $2.8 billion in January, 6 percent more than in January 2018.
Flu cases are increasing slightly in Scurry County, but are nowhere near the numbers reported in 2018.
Two weeks remain for candidates to file in the Snyder City Council and Snyder ISD board of trustees elections.