Scurry County’s three public school districts, Snyder Christian School and Western Texas College have scheduled their Thanksgiving holiday breaks.
The first freeze of the season is expected this weekend, according to the National Weather Service’s seven-day forecast.
Growth was a major theme at Tuesday night’s town hall meeting at Worsham Auditorium.
The Development Corporation of Snyder (DCOS) board of directors elected new officers for the first time since 2009 today.
A seven-man, five-woman jury began hearing testimony Tuesday afternoon in the trial of a 35-year-old Snyder man.
The Board of County Development will meet at noon Thursday at the armory in Towle Park.
Girl Scouts of Texas and Oklahoma Plains, Inc., which oversees the local scouting program, is a recipient of Scurry County United Way funds.
The Scurry County Library raised $2,006 for the summer reading program during the annual book sale last week.
The Snyder High School student publications department’s eighth annual coat and toy will continue through Dec. 11.
Jury selection began today in 132nd District Court in the trial of a Snyder man charged with possession of a controlled substance.
The Scurry County Commissioners’ Court certified $2,375 in additional revenue from proceeds from the Texas Association of Counties Health and Employee Benefits Pool (H