When commissioners met Tuesday, County Judge Dan Hicks told them about a directive from the state Office of Court Administration entitled the “COVID-19 Operating Plan,” as well as a discussion abou
The Snyder ISD school board and administration hosted an online meeting Monday afternoon to continue work on a cohesive vision of the skills and knowledge a Snyder High School graduate should posse
As America slowly transitions back to normal life, local churches, businesses and gyms begin to re-open their doors.
Ira and Hermleigh ISDs have named their top students for the 2019-2020 school year.
Oil prices have rebounded to around $25 per barrel after May contracts fell into negative prices last month, and local oilfield production continued to slow down.
David and Kay Shifflett are building facilities for a new multi-purpose retreat.
“We call it 555, because in Hebrew, that means ‘His grace is sufficient,’” David Shifflett said.
Snyder City Council members approved a Development Corporation of Snyder (DCOS) small business grant program and learned about restrictions on using city funds to assist small businesses.
Five people were indicted by the 132nd Judicial District Court Grand Jury recently, each on a single felony charge.
Two people are headed to prison after hearings in District Judge Ernie B. Armstrong’s courtroom recently.
Four Snyder High School theatrical design team members advanced to state, and two placed in the top 3 of their categories.