White Buffalo Days, which will be Oct. 2-3, is moving back to Downtown Snyder after being held at Winston Field last year.
While there may be less traffic on the roads than usual this Labor Day weekend, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) are urging those who choos
Scurry County Commissioners will once again consider extending a countywide declaration of disaster related to the COVID-19 pandemic when it meets Tuesday morning.
If you still haven’t filled out a 2020 Census form, now is the time. Collection of data for the Census ends Sept. 30.
COVID-19 cases in Scurry County and around the state have declined recently as local students return to school.
Snyder High School’s new Makerspace is still very much a work in progress.
The Scurry County Appraisal District’s board of directors will consider litigation expenses, including an amendment to the 2020 budget to account for additional attorney fee requests from local ent
The Quanah Parker Trail, in partnership with the Texas Plains Trail Region, has spent the last 10 years documenting the presence of Quanah and the Comanche in the 52 counties of the Panhandle. A r