The Coronavirus outbreak has been the cause of shut-downs at many businesses throughout the country and beyond, with Texas governor Greg Abbott declaring a state of emergency last Thursday.
With most churches canceling in-person services, many pastors and congregations are utilizing online options for worship.
In a rare Monday morning special session, Scurry County commissioners extended the county’s declaration of disaster issued March 16.
Snyder Mayor Tony Wofford, on Monday, extended the city’s declaration of disaster regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Local banks have limited lobby services, or have closed their lobby doors completely, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most changes began Monday afternoon.
The Snyder ISD board will consider its Innovative Partnership contract with Responsive Education Solutions at its meeting Thursday.
Local businesses are reacting to the COVID-19 coronavirus by modifying their hours of operation and services offered.
Candace Matthies of Snyder qualified for the 2021 Boston Marathon with her performance at the Houston Marathon in January, finishing with a personal best time of 3 hours and 15 minutes.
In a 23-page filing at the Texas Supreme Court this week, Kinder Morgan’s attorneys restated their case that four taxing entities’ lawsuit against the company and Scurry County Appraisal District s
Two individuals were indicted on three felony charges by a grand jury recently.