Cogdell Memorial Hospital announced Scurry County’s first positive COVID-19 case this morning.
Although Western Texas College (WTC) has moved classes online and closed its campus for most students for the rest of the semester, there are still a few students who remain, including internationa
Katy Cade has been named principal at Snyder Intermediate School beginning with the 2020-21 school year.
In ways large and small, the Snyder community is getting creative to help others during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Attorneys for Kinder Morgan and four taxing entities on Friday were given deadlines to file briefs on the merits of Kinder Morgan’s appeal of District Judge Ernie B.
During a 30-minute videoconference meeting Monday, the Snyder City Council approved a 40-year contract to supply water to Ira Water Supply Corporation (IWSC).
I’ve been used to seeing a lot more movies than I have recently, and not just because of the coronavirus — though ‘Rona certainly isn’t helping matters any.
Scurry County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) staff are on the front lines of the COVID-19 battle, and although Scurry County has yet to see a confirmed case, EMS Director Jason Tyler said EMTs ar
With all Texas schools ordered to close until at least the end of April, many parents find themselves in a role that they may not have expected: Teacher.
Snyder’s First United Methodist Church (FUMC) is reaching out to the community by serving Sunday meals for families that rely on school meals.
Meeting in person Friday morning, the Scurry County Commissioners Court extended the county’s Stay Home, Stay Safe disaster declaration until April 21.