A man with a Snyder connection has been charged for allegedly stealing $600,000 over a period of 10 years from a wind energy company.
Rumors and opinions about $4.5 million in proposed spending cuts approved by the Scurry County Commissioners’ Court Monday spread like wildfire on social media yesterday and today.
City of Snyder and Scurry County offices, as well as all local banks, will be closed for the New Year holiday.
With 2020 just around the corner, many people are making their New Year resolutions.
One of the most popular — and most broken — resolutions is to get in shape and work out.
What will be cut from the county’s approved budget to save about $3 million if the Jan. 28 rollback election passes?
Commissioners are expected to approve a list of proposed spending cuts should the January 28 rollback election pass when they meet Monday.
Pianist Chelsea Wang and cellist Evan Drachman will perform a free concert on January 13 at the Scurry County Museum.
Amongst the Snyder Daily News’s biggest stories in October 2019 were earth tremors, an event which allowed people to meet their local first responders, a ceremony in honor of Texas’s first licensed
With New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day coming next week, here’s some New Year’s lore and traditions for you.
The Snyder Volunteer Fire Department (VFD) has once again partnered with United Way to bring fire safety education and programs to Snyder residents.
September was a busy month in Scurry County.
The Texas Almanac is a good source of historical information about our great state, and this year’s Texas Almanac was co-authored by a Snyder native.