The Snyder Chamber of Commerce board of directors will consider one hotel occupancy tax (HOT) fund request during Monday’s meeting.
Early voting for the Nov. 3 Texas constitutional amendment election will begin Monday on the first floor of the Scurry County Courthouse.
Three Ira ISD eighth grade students earned state, national and even global honors in rodeo this year.
Due to a scheduling conflict, oral arguments in a Snyder man’s murder conviction appeal will not be heard in the 11th Court of Appeals on Wednesday.
Scurry County’s unemployment rate was below 4 percent for the second straight month, according to figures released by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) today.
The Coliseum will host Western Texas College’s (WTC) college day at 9 a.m. Thursday.
The Snyder Daily News will publish pictures of Scurry County veterans on Nov. 11.
Deposits at two of five Scurry County banks showed year-over-year growth, but all four that report results are down compared to the end of the June quarter.