The third annual Long Ear Benefit Trail Ride will be held Friday through Sunday at the Windmill Ranch Preserve.
Texas Commissioner of Education Michael Williams said this week that school districts and charters were informed that the Texas Education Agency (TEA) is replacing the
Government offices and local financial institutions will be closed Monday in observance of Columbus Day.
The Villages at Snyder and the New Life Alliance Event hosted National Night Out Tuesday to honor and celebrate law enforcement and first responders who help keep Scur
The Snyder ISD board of trustees will hold a public hearing Thursday to receive input on the district’s targeted improvement plan.
Four people will serve time behind bars after their convictions in District Judge Ernie B. Armstrong’s courtroom recently.
The Scurry County Health Unit is monitoring the two human cases of West Nile virus that have been confirmed in the Big Country over the past two weeks.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawmakers today asked federal officials whether Americans should trust the government’s dietary guidelines, which inform everything from school lunch
The Snyder Daily News will publish pictures of Scurry County veterans on Nov. 11.
No one spoke in opposition to a pair of interest-free, $750,000 loans the city has proposed to take out as part of its effort to bring Sutherlands to the old Walmart b