The Scurry County Library’s Summer Reading Program concluded this week with 302 children submitting nearly 2,000 hours of reading throughout the summer.
Hermleigh ISD Superintendent Brent Dawson said he was pleased, but not necessarily content with the students’ scores on the spring State of Texas Assessment of Academi
Scurry County’s June unemployment rate hit a number local officials have not seen since July 2010.
The Brownfield Building will be featured on this year’s Scurry County Museum Christmas ornament.
Atmos Energy crews and contractors will oversee controlled natural gas flarings over the coming weeks, beginning Monday, company officials announced.
Jury selection is scheduled to begin Monday for a Snyder man arrested on drug charges.
A former Snyder High School teacher was named to the Place 4 seat on the Snyder ISD board of trustees Thursday.
The Snyder Chamber of Commerce reminded residents to shop at home during the sales tax holiday, scheduled for Aug. 5-7.
Aug. 1 is the final day the public may donate clothing for Snyder First Assembly of God’s back-to-school clothes drive.
With the rising popularity of the mobile game Pokemon Go, the number of publicized safety hazards involving the game has grown.
Texas families have until July 31 to enroll newborns in the Texas Tuition Promise Fund and prepay for all or some future tuition and school-wide required fees at Texas