As cold and flu season sweeps across the nation, its impact on Scurry County students has resulted in the closure of two local schools this week.
For those in need of last-minute Valentine’s Day gifts, Snyder’s downtown merchants have an event lined up to try and save the day.
Snyder High School (SHS) is working to help students succeed. The Zeros Aren’t Permitted (ZAP) program began this semester to ensure students turn in their class assignments.
As the price of oil continues its rise, oilfield activity in Scurry County is increasing.
Holiday retail sales weren’t as brisk this year as they were last year, based on information from the Comptroller’s office.
The public will have a chance to see how healthy they are — at no cost.
Earl Morrison said he is excited to join the Snyder community.
Soccer may be added to the Snyder ISD athletic department in 2018-19.
Eight people were indicted by a Scurry County grand jury this week.
By Shelby Rasco
SDN Staff Writer