Oil prices have been hovering around $40 per barrel in recent weeks, but local oilfield production continued to slow down.
COVID-19 cases spiked in Scurry County this week, according to information from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) and Scurry County Judge Dan Hicks.
The Hermleigh ISD school board will consider roof repairs during its meeting Tuesday.
It will also consider issues related to personnel.
Snyder ISD school board members discussed plans for student learning during the next school year and the measures the district will employ due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the economy was reopening in May, retail sales in Snyder fell compared to last year, while Scurry County experienced an increase, according to data from Texas Comptroller Glen Hegar’s office.
The 132nd District Court Grand Jury recently issued seven felony indictments on five individuals.
Scurry County voters can head to the polls Tuesday and cast their ballots in the Democratic Primary.
The Snyder City Council is scheduled to vote on a pair of matters related to the city’s Tax Increment Financing reinvestment zone No. 1 when it meets by videoconference on Wednesday.