Five people were arrested after being indicted during the Scurry County grand jury’s October session. The District Clerk’s office released the indictments followed the arrests.
Bobby Allen has rejoined the Snyder Daily News staff as an advertising representative.
Every October, families make their way to Snyder’s downtown square for White Buffalo Days.
Due to a growing interest in Native American history, the Scurry County Museum will host a free program with Bill Neeley, author of The Last Comanche Chief: The Life and Times of Quanah Parker.
Ready, set, rally.
Final preparations are complete for the annual Snyder Bike Rally, which will begin Friday at The Coliseum.
Most Snyder and Scurry County government offices will be closed Monday in observance of Columbus Day.
Since the early 19th century, the railroad system has played a key role in the transportation of goods and passengers across the nation.
Scurry County is not going to look a gift ditch in the mouth.
Online orders for the 2017 Friday Night Fight Paws for a Cause T-shirts are now being accepted.
The Patterson-UTI Energy, Inc., average monthly drilling rig count dropped in September, but by only one rig.