An annual taxpayer incentive is about to come to a close for 2019.
The City of Snyder is giving residents a place to dispose of live Christmas trees again this year. Residents may take live trees to the lot on 30th Street across from Matthies Construction.
Scurry County United Way has supported several nonprofit agencies with the proceeds from its annual campaign for many years.
Among the top headlines in the Snyder Daily News in June were the annual Western Swing Festival, dogs and their owners walking to raise money for a good cause, the implementation of a new accountab
With Christmas Eve upon us, ’tis the season for traditional candlelight church services for church members and guests.
Top headlines from the Snyder Daily News in July included the announcement of Scurry County United Way’s goal, Fourth of July festivities, the consolidation of local nursing homes, pay raises for S
“Two-hundred-fifty strands of lights, 100 individual bulbs per strand, for a grand total of 25,000 imported Italian twinkle lights.”
Among the biggest stories of August 2019 in the Snyder Daily News were online math classes for Snyder High School, the Texas Education Agency’s accountability grading for local schools, unrest abou
The Scurry County United Way and Amore Italian Restaurant and Bar want to ring in 2020 with a bang.
The Cheers for Charity New Years Bash will kick off at 9 p.m. Tuesday.
Ready to shoot some turkeys, in a figurative sense anyway?
The Canyon Gun Club has you covered.