After an absence of several years, the WTC Community Christmas event is returning to Western Texas College.
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will host a wildlife management and conservation workshop in Gail Dec. 12.
Girl Scouts is all about building girls of courage, confidence and character, and the help it receives from United Way goes a long way toward helping achieve that goal.
The Development Corporation of Snyder (DCOS) board of directors wants the public’s input before it posts the vacant executive director’s position.
Through the first two weeks of the filing period for the March 6 primaries, two local contested races will be on the Republican ballot.
The Snyder Education Foundation recently presented 10 Snyder ISD teachers with $500 grants to help fund classroom projects.
Scurry County students will be back in class Monday.
Santa Claus is coming to town.
Ole’ Saint Nick will make his way to the Snyder downtown square following the annual lighted Christmas parade and Christmas tree lighting Dec. 2.