The Scurry County Commissioners’ Court designated 23,571 acres in northwest Scurry County as a reinvestment zone for Fluvanna Renewable Energy Project, LLC, during tod
The Development Corporation of Snyder (DCOS) board of directors, on Wednesday, will discuss Project Frankenstein.
Wednesday is the first day candidates may begin filing for the May 7 local elections.
Charges were dropped against a Lubbock man recently in District Judge Ernie B. Armstrong’s courtroom, while another man is headed to prison.
For the second straight weekend, an earthquake in Scurry County registered on the Richter scale.
After months of denying the public an opportunity to comment on non-agenda items during its meetings, the Scurry County Commissioners Court changed its policy and will
The Western Texas College board of trustees approved updating three different policies concerning student discipline during today’s meeting.
Snyder High School’s speech and debate team competed in Saturday’s University Interscholastic League (UIL) invitational meet hosted by Morton High School.