One year after experiencing one of the driest years of the century, the 2018 Scurry County rainfall total cracked the top 10 of the wettest years.
The Snyder Police Department’s newest recruit is there if you need a hug.
Getting healthier and in better shape is perhaps the most common New Year’s resolution.
August meant one thing in Scurry County — budget season.
Wednesday is the final day residents may take their live Christmas trees to the lot on 30th Street for recycling.
That’s the theme State Sen. Charles Perry, R-Lubbock, kept coming back to while discussing the upcoming 86th Texas Legislative Session, which begins in January.
A chance for even more wintry weather is in the forecast for Scurry County Tuesday and Wednesday.
Street repairs and how to pay for them were much on the mind of Snyder city officials in July.
Icy road conditions led to at least four reported accidents in Scurry County this morning.
The wait is almost over for Snyder High School soccer players to step onto the field for the program’s first season.