The lawsuit in which several Scurry County taxing entities have accused Kinder Morgan of fraud has landed at the Texas Supreme Court.
The Snyder Police Department held its first ever holiday banquet and awards ceremony Thursday evening, first at least as far as those present could remember.
Local government services and banks have announced their Christmas schedules.
The 132nd District Court grand jury recently indicted a man on a felony drug charge.
Scurry County’s unemployment rate continued its upward climb in November, and the workforce here continued to shrink, according to data from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC).
May was graduation month in Scurry County, and the county’s three public high schools’ students walked the stage May 24.
The three schools combined graduated 198 students this year.
An anonymous donor has agreed to once again match donations made to the Scurry County United Way through the end of January.
Among the biggest Snyder Daily News stories in February 2019 were a chocolate festival, creative solutions to attracting teachers to Snyder ISD, high flu levels, a video contest win, and a play ab
A two-vehicle accident in Borden County Monday morning left three people dead, including a four-year-old child.
During a brief special meeting Tuesday evening, the Snyder ISD school board cast its votes for the Scurry County Appraisal District’s board of directors.
Snyder Intermediate School’s music program held its annual Christmas program Monday night in Snyder Primary School’s cafetorium, under the direction of music teacher Sarah Cantu.