Ira ISD eighth grader Rhys Grant wants to explore the world. She will get first her chance to learn what it takes to be a pilot on Oct. 5.
A longtime Snyder resident received a pleasant surprise when she learned that her mother was on the cover of a national magazine.
A water line extension project on Monday will cause several areas to be without water.
Snyder ISD’s superintendent received a vote of confidence from district trustees Thursday night.
While many high schools in Texas have made the move to a turf football field, including Snyder and Hermleigh, the Ira Bulldogs still play on a natural grass field.
Scurry County United Way’s fundraising campaign is off to a healthy start as officials reported that donations are coming in at more than twice the pace as they were at this time last year.
Girls in kindergarten through college can register for the local Girl Scouts organization on Monday.
This Friday, instead of sitting inside a football stadium, why not make a football stadium?
The Texas Cushman Club is returning to Snyder.
Due to a growth in popularity, the annual Cogdell Memorial Hospital health fair and Pink Run outgrew the hospital’s lobby.