Texas Tech University will be diggin’ up bones this summer as it excavates a paleontological research site at the Roland Springs Ranch.
The Patterson-UTI Energy, Inc., average monthly rig count continues to increase.
Texas 4000 riders made their annual stop in Snyder on Tuesday, with several more stops planned as they ride to Alaska.
Four Scurry County taxing entities want to make sure mineral valuations were done correctly.
Scurry County on May 3 filed a lawsuit against Thomas Y. Pickett and Company, Inc., seeking more than $1 million in damages due to negligence.
The old Scurry County Country Club building is now off-limits to the general public, and may soon be nothing but a memory.
In approving a settlement to a long-standing lawsuit, the City of Snyder apparently decided to pay a little now to avoid paying a lot more later.
The 2017-18 school year was a year of improvement at Snyder Junior High School, according first-year principal Rebecca Mebane.
Scurry County commissioners will consider easing the countywide burn ban when they meet Tuesday.
A Snyder man arrested last month on federal child enticement charges has been ordered to remain in custody pending his trial date.