It took Snyder Mayor Tony Wofford to break a tie over whether the city would honor its agreement to cooperate with the Texas Housing Foundation, which is seeking to build an apartment complex here.
Scurry County will not participate in a federal program allowing deferral of payroll tax obligations from September through December.
At its meeting Monday evening, the Ira Independent School District’s board of trustees formally adopted the district’s 2020-21 tax rate and budget.
Beginning this month, the public can expect to see more large-scale, community-wide events.
Heavy rain and wind moved through Scurry County Monday night and Tuesday, including wind gusts up to 60 miles per hour.
Kevin Chaffin of Snyder was the winner in last week’s The Snyder News Football Contest.
Chaffin correctly picked 12 of the 14 games and will receive the $50 first prize.
Most area government offices will be closed Monday in observance of Labor Day.
As the Scurry County United Way (SCUW) gears up to start its Moving Forward United campaign on Tuesday, the board of directors faced a difficult decision: Whether to proceed with or cancel its annu