While many people have used the Stay Home, Stay Safe order to learn new skills, others have used the extra time to hone skills and display their work for others to enjoy.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic forced the closing of restaurants, schools and college cafeterias, causing a drop in demand for fresh food, which led to stockpiles of food on farms.
A Snyder man was adjudicated guilty after violating terms of his deferred adjudication.
Snyder ISD is a step further along the pathway of moving out of the Texas Education Agency’s scrutiny after trustees approved an operations contract Thursday with Responsive Education Solutions.
Several local governmental offices and government-operated services have re-opened recently in accordance with Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s order easing off COVID-19-related quarantine restrictions
A doctor and a nurse each gave reports on the COVID-19 pandemic and Cogdell Memorial Hospital’s response to it at the Scurry County Hospital District board meeting Wednesday morning.
With yesterday’s reopening of certain Texas businesses, some Snyder restaurants have opted to re-open, but not without a few changes in protocols.
A Snyder man is headed to prison after his probation on a burglary charge was revoked in District Judge Ernie B. Armstrong’s courtroom.
At a special meeting Tuesday, Scurry County commissioners voted to let their countywide order regarding closures due to COVID-19 lapse in deference to Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s orders on the mat
Car enthusiasts, get your rides ready for cruise night with the Snyder Wheels Car Club.