This week saw active COVID-19 cases in Scurry County jump from 53 to 82 — including 70 new cases and 38 recoveries — and three deaths caused by the virus.
The Snyder Chamber of Commerce discussed plans for Christmas decorations in the downtown plaza and approved funding two events during a teleconference Thursday.
Following a closed session with an attorney lasting more than an hour, Scurry County Local Government Corporation (LGC) members voted to continue negotiations with Dallas-based EagleRidge Energy LL
Scurry County Commissioners will consider participating in a cybersecurity training program offered by the Texas Association of Counties (TAC) when they meet Tuesday.
Four individuals are headed to prison after hearings this week in District Judge Ernie B. Armstrong's courtroom.
In a video statement on Scurry County's Facebook page, County Judge Dan Hicks reported about 5 p.m. today that two additional county residents have died from COVID-19.
Snyder ISD reported Tuesday that 21 individuals — nine students and 12 staff members — are currently positive for the coronavirus.
With one week remaining to complete the 2020 Census, public officials are encouraging all households to complete the process before Sept. 30.
At Monday night’s meeting, the Ira ISD school board unanimously approved an asynchronous learning plan for the district.
Due to lack of a quorum, two events didn’t get approved for hotel occupancy tax (HOT) funding during Monday’s Snyder Chamber of Commerce meeting.