The Ritz Community Theatre’s upcoming production of Doublewide Texas is described by cast members as Southern-fried comedy at its best.
In the midst of seasoned musicians on the West Texas Western Swing Festival stage last week, 13-year-old Jack Phillips played fiddle alongside his country music mentors.
Area Boy Scouts recently received a financial boost from the Snyder Walmart Supercenter, which donated $2,500 to the area scouting district.
City of Snyder officials acknowledge the importance of the STAR Boot Camp while also questioning why they contribute so much to the program.
Just Putt’n owner Yvette Jones doesn’t want to lose her business.
Nathan Henry Evans, of Snyder, and Kagan Lynn Benham, of Rotan.
Bruce M. Karpinski and Robin M. Long, both of Snyder.
The Western Texas College board of trustees on Monday will vote on a tax abatement amendment as well as a new abatement.
The annual rabies clinic conducted by Dr. Charles Church will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 16 in The Coliseum annex.
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Long distance doesn’t keep a group of six friends from getting together and having a good time.
In what first was considered a crime, law enforcement officials now say a man apparently collapsed while riding his bicycle on Round Top Road south of Western Texas College today.
Fire, rain, high winds and flooding water struck Scurry County late Thursday and early today, leaving one resident seriously injured and causing extensive property damage across the area.