It’s no secret that as we age, our bodies change.
The Snyder Daily News editorial staff is accepting information about fall festivals for the public.
Snyder ISD has partnered with Texas Tech University for more than two years, providing alternative certification for aspiring teachers through the Tech Teach program.
The Western Texas College administration and faculty are preparing for an on-site visit from a nine-person committee that will determine if the college will be reaccredited.
The Development Corporation of Snyder (DCOS) board of directors officially accepted Executive Director Bill Lavers’ resignation this morning.
Two people correctly picked 16 of the 20 games in last week’s Snyder Daily News football contest.
Simple healthcare math states that when temperatures start falling, flu cases begin rising.
The Development Corporation of Snyder (DCOS) board of directors on Tuesday will vote to accept the resignation of Executive Director Bill Lavers.
Hermleigh ISD’s school board will hear several reports during a routine meeting set for Tuesday evening.
Hundreds of competitors head to the National Championship Barbecue Cookoff every year to show off their skills in the outdoor cooking competition.
The Snyder Day Care Center uses funds from the Scurry County United Way campaign for operations.