Scurry County Museum officials cast a wide net searching for a new director and found who they were looking for in the Land of 10,000 Lakes.
A country music triple header is coming to The Coliseum Saturday.
According to figures from the Railroad Commission of Texas, as the price of oil has continued its steady rise this year, so has oilfield activity around Scurry County.
Snyder’s population fell for the second straight year, according to the 2017 U.S. Census Bureau estimates.
Any potential settlement Scurry County taxing entities receive for future misreported mineral valuations will be split three ways.
Hermleigh High School students showed improvement on the spring semester’s end-of-course (EOC) exams.
The total EOC passing rate for Hermleigh students this year was 85 percent.
One Snyder High School band ensemble received a superior rating at the University Interscholastic League state solo and ensemble competition last weekend.
The Towle Park Pool officially opened Tuesday afternoon, giving area residents a place to cool off in the summer heat.
Tommy Wells, a veteran of more than 30 years in the newspaper business, has been named general manager/advertising manager of the Snyder Daily News, Publisher Bill Crist announced today.
One person died and another was seriously injured following a one-vehicle accident northwest of Snyder Sunday morning.