The Ira ISD board of trustees will vote on the 2019-20 transfer list during Thursday’s board meeting.
Today’s planned meeting of the Board of County Development was cancelled because of a lack of a quorum.
During the first quarter of 2019, crude oil production reported by Scurry County operators is tracking behind 2018’s production.
Scurry County taxing entities will again challenge the mineral values in the county, the Scurry County Appraisal District board of directors learned this morning.
On Monday, the Snyder ISD STREAM (science, technology, reading, engineering, arts and mathematics) mobile learning center made its first stop of the summer, conducting its initial round of student-
Scurry County Commissioners decided it would be cheaper after all to hire a full-time employee as operations manager for Hermleigh Water Works — even if it costs more to hire that employee than ori
The Board of County Development will consider paying a portion of the tab for the Snyder Chamber of Commerce’s Fourth of July fireworks show when it meets Wednesday morning.
The Snyder Chamber of Commerce HOT (Hotel Occupancy Tax) Fund committee Monday heard five requests for financial assistance from organizers who will hold events in the next few months.
Western Texas College (WTC) trustees gave college officials the green light to start a new healthcare course in the spring.
The Hermleigh ISD board of trustees will discuss auditing services during tonight’s meeting, which begins at 7 p.m. in the administration board room.
Jumpstart Enrichment for Tomorrow’s Students (JETS), helps many families in Scurry County, but they could use some help in return.
Snyder Chamber of Commerce officials said they are pleased with the 2019 West Texas Western Swing Festival turnout.