It is time to break out the coats.
Residents will have until Tuesday to register to vote for the Nov. 7 constitutional amendment election.
The Western Texas College board of trustees will receive an update on school enrollment and the upcoming Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) on-site visit during Monday’s meeting.
If you enjoy Cushman motor scooters, or just enjoy the sight of men and women reliving their childhoods, Snyder will be the place to be Oct. 12-14.
For the superstitious, Friday the 13th is thought to be an unlucky day. But luckily for the public, the Scurry County Museum will host a Night at the Museum on Friday.
State championship volleyball teams, two athletes and coach to be inducted into Snyder Hall of Honor
Two Snyder athletes, two state championship teams and a longtime coach will be inducted into the Snyder Athletic Hall of Honor at the Martha Ann Woman’s Club Friday.
Students and community members think highly of Scurry County’s three public school districts.
Bill Lavers submitted his letter of resignation to the Development Corporation of Snyder (DCOS) board of directors this week.
As of Thursday, Scurry County United Way has raised $53,698 for the Be A Hero fundraising campaign’s $120,000 goal.