The Snyder Fire Department received $1,500 from the Lubbock Fire Department after equipment was stolen from a volunteer firefighter who was fighting a grass fire on Monday.
The Snyder City Council agreed to set aside $18,700 for the downtown revitalization project, but there was some confusion about how to pay for work already completed.
Real estate broker Keith Hackfeld wants the city to make progress on clearing up how it handles demolition liens.
The Hermleigh ISD board of trustees voted to retain Gravely and Pearson, LLP, in litigation regarding potential defects at the school facility.
Scurry County senior citizens may receive assistance in filling out their 2015 federal income tax returns on Thursday.
At press time, the Scurry County Commissioners’ Court was still in closed session to consult with County Attorney Mike Hartman.
The Scurry County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the February burglaries of two homes on FM 1606.
The Snyder Fire Department will not investigate the cause of a Friday morning house fire.
The Scurry County Commissioners’ Court will meet in a special closed session at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in the county courtroom, located on the third floor of the Scurry County Courthouse..
The Hermleigh ISD board of trustees will conduct interviews with superintendent candidates Tuesday through Thursday.