The Development Corporation of Snyder (DCOS) board of directors tabled action today on participating with Snyder ISD on a Jobs and Education for Texans grant through t
A Snyder man is headed to prison after his conviction for driving while intoxicated in District Judge Ernie B. Armstrong’s courtroom recently.
The Scurry County Food Cupboard, one of eight agencies that receive funding from the Scurry County United Way campaign, provides food on a supplemental basis for peopl
The Ira ISD board of trustees, on Tuesday, approved the school safety certification program paperwork.
The Scurry County Commissioners’ Court, today, approved guidelines for tax abatements on projects inside and outside the Snyder city limits.
Big Country Electric Cooperative is one step closer to a new renewable electricity source after Monday’s Snyder City Council meeting.
The city’s visitors’ center will have Saturday hours after the Snyder Chamber of Commerce board of directors agreed to pay for stagging during Monday’s meeting.
Working as a single team, even though they are eight individuals, was the theme for Monday’s Snyder ISD board training.
The Development Corporation of Snyder (DCOS) board of directors is scheduled to discuss participating with Snyder ISD on a Jobs and Education for Texans grant during W
Three entrants correctly picked 14 of the 17 games in last week’s Snyder Daily News football contest. One game was not counted due to a typographical error.