Articles Posted in 2014

  • Chamber Networking Luncheon Monday

    Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce Events & Communications Manager Laura Green says the Chamber is very excited to host their first networking luncheon this coming Monday, November 3rd . . . .   Laura Green…

  • Fundraising Run For USO And Sisters of Soldiers Scheduled

    A special fundraising run is coming up. Spokesperson Serj Kaftajian tells us that at SHSU the gentlemen of Phi Gamma Delta and the sorority of Alpha Omicron Pi are joining together to support the USO…

  • SHSU Fall Fine Arts Events

    Looking ahead to some of the Fine Arts offerings at SHSU this fall– A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum will be presented November 12th through 15th at the University Theatre Center.…

  • FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS

    Friday 10/31/14 – FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS AND SOCCER HIGHLIGHT TODAYS SLATE

    THE FOOTBALL WEEKEND SHIFTS INTO HIGH GEAR BEGINNING TODAY AS THE HUNTSVILLE HORNETS HIT THE ROAD. THE HORNETS, WHO MUST WIN THEIR FINAL 2 GAMES IN ORDER TO EARN A POSTSEASON PLAYOFF BERTH, WILL FACE…

  • Early Voting Turnout Update

    Thursday at 4:50 PM, Election Director Diana McRae reports they had a total of 486 voters turnout for Thursday for a total of 4,384 for all of early voting combined.

  • Giants Win World Series

    Last night the San Francisco Giants won the World Series in game seven against the Kansas City Royals. Giant’s left-handed pitcher Madison Bumgardner was named Most Valuable Player. It was World Series title number eight…

  • Firefighter Jimmy Williams On Responder Training For Infectious Disease

    Recently, the Walker County Firefighters Association hosted a training regarding the latest info and procedures for responding to patients suspected to be infected with the Ebola virus and similar diseases. Spokesperson and New Waverly firefighter…

  • Richie Harris On Veteran’s Day Banquet

    Veterans Day is celebrated next month. HEARTS Veterans Museum President Richie Harris tells us about future plans for the local Annual Veterans Day Banquet . . . . Richie tells us, “The dress code for…

  • SHSU’s Beth Kuhles Updates Us On Successful Bearkat

    It’s another story of a Sam Houston State University student’s success. College of Criminal Justice Publications Coordinator Beth Kuhles tells us more . . . .  

  • Ag Commissioner Staples Says Pumpkins Are Nutritious

    You may already know that those great big ugly, orange things out in front of supermarkets right now aren’t tangerines with a gland condition–they’re called pumpkins. But did you know they’re good for you? Texas…