More rain and storms appear to be on the horizon for Scurry County, according to the National Weather Service.
Despite recent rain and hail, the Scurry County Pool will still open on Wednesday and the public will have free admission on opening day.
Part of any Fourth of July celebration is the food. The Snyder Chamber of Commerce’s annual event at Towle Park is no different.
The Scurry County Library’s summer reading program kickoff program at 10 a.m. Wednesday will feature magician Harlin Rhodes.
Nearly two inches of rain was reported in Scurry County over the weekend as severe weather moved through the area.
The Scurry County Food Cupboard, which serves more than 350 clients, has had about a 10 percent increase in the assistance it provides this year compared to last year.
Moving grades four and five to the present Snyder Junior High School building this summer will be a huge undertaking.
This year, children in the Scurry County Boys and Girls Club summer program will help build and decorate a float for the Fourth of July parade.
Most Snyder High School students passed the state-required end-of-course (EOC) exams this spring.
The Snyder Youth Bowling team sold barbecue and baked goods in front of Snyder Lanes on May 21 to help raise money to go to the state competition in Austin next month.