Scurry County’s 9.7 percent June unemployment rate is nearly 3 percentage points lower than May’s rate.
The Scurry County Library’s summer reading program is approaching its conclusion, with registration having ended on Friday.
Scurry County Commissioners voted Tuesday to follow the Snyder ISD’s lead when it comes to reopening the county Youth Center.
While the plans for the start of school are still up in the air, Ira Principal Dale Jones indicated at Monday’s school board meeting that Ira is leaning toward a fully on-campus model despite the r
Event organizers seeking Snyder Chamber of Commerce hotel occupancy tax (HOT) funds for local outdoors events will now have to obtain County Judge Dan Hicks’ authorization.
The Snyder News received the following letter Monday afternoon from Snyder ISD Superintendent Dr. Eddie Bland:
Schools are making plans for confronting the COVID-19 pandemic as they prepare to reopen for the fall semester.
The Snyder City Council got its first look at the 2020-21 budget when it met by videoconference Wednesday.
As Scurry County’s schools continue to make plans for the fall semester, teachers have mixed feelings about what reopening could mean.
The Texas Workforce Commission awarded Western Texas College a Skills Development Fund Special Initiative Grant for $50,000.