Since City Hall closed to the public, heading to the municipal court offices to pay a traffic ticket or apply for an extension was difficult.
As the price of a barrel of oil hovers around $20 per barrel, local oilfield production continued to slow and the number of permits issued for new wells fell by more than half, compared to last yea
With the spread of COVID-19 still on the rise, the public has been asked to continue social distancing.
COVID-19 has brought many people’s lives to a grinding halt. People are working remotely, children are taking classes online, and most of us are staying inside more than normal.
Snyder ISD and Western Texas College are creating face shields for rural hospitals.
After certifying that incumbents Drew Bullard and Mike McWilliams were the only candidates to file for May’s board election, Scurry County Junior College District (Western Texas College) trustees c
The spread of the COVID-19 across the U.S. and has been an economic and daily routine disruption for many people.
A Snyder man will serve his original sentence on a DWI charge after his probation was revoked in District Judge Ernie B. Armstrong’s courtroom recently.
The public has been encouraged to wear face masks to help protect people around them, but those masks are in short supply.