Polling locations for the Nov. 7 constitutional amendment election have been set.
Smoky the Bear and Cell Phone Sally will be among the characters on hand when the Scurry County Library hosts a child-oriented safety fair at 10 a.m. Saturday.
An ordinance dictating what types of buildings property owners can build and how they must be landscaped, which barely survived its preliminary vote, is up for a final vote Monday.
Western Texas College’s board of directors on Monday will vote on a confidential settlement agreement with Thomas Y. Pickett Company over a clerical error in setting mineral values in 2016.
A city’s downtown area has long been the central location for gathering.
Stunts and dance choreography filled the high school cafeteria this week as young girls learned cheers, chants and routines from the Snyder High School cheerleaders.
Consider it a rally for bikers, organized by bikers, all to raise money for a good cause.