Articles Posted in 2014

  • City Needs Hayride Volunteers

    The City of Huntsville will host its second annual Haunted Hayride event on Saturday, October 25, and a special volunteer orientation event is being held next week for those interested in taking part. According to…

  • Congressman Brady Exposes Another Myth Of Obamacare

    Our 8th District Congressman Kevin Brady exposes another Obama Administration myth–”Despite the president promising the congress that, quote, ‘under our Affordable Care Act Plan no federal dollars will be used to fund abortions and federal…

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    THURSDAY 09/25/14 -ALPHA OMEGA HITTING THE GRID IRON TODAY

    THE LOCAL FOOTBALL WEEKEND ACTUALLY BEGINS TODAY. THE ALPHA OMEGA LIONS WILL BE AT HOME TODAY IN A 5PM 6-MAN KICKOFF AGAINST THE LIONS OF ALVIN LIVING STONES….THEN ON FRIDAY, THE HUNTSVILLE HORNETS WILL OPEN…

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    WEDNESDAY 09/24/14 – LADY HORNETS GET ANOTHER VICTORY

    IN VOLLEYBALL, THE STATE-RANKED HUNTSVILLE LADY HORNETS SURVIVED A STIFF TEST TUESDAY, COMING FROM BEHIND TO TAKE A 3-2 VICTORY OVER THE COLLEGE STATION LADY COUGARS AT PAUL BOHAN HORNET GYM. WITH THE VICTORY, THE…

  • Commissioners Accept Grant for Radio Upgrades

    This week, Walker County Commissioners considered accepting a grant from Homeland Security for $115,980. Walker County Emergency Coordinator Butch Davis filled commissioners in . . . .   Commissioners approved acceptance of the grant.

  • Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Monday a Vehicle Burglary was investigated in the 100 block of Ashley Lane. On the night shift Monday, known suspects threatened a victim with a deadly weapon…

  • SHSU “Bearkats Fight The Night” On Campus Tonight

    Tonight, between 7 PM and 9 PM, officers with the Sam Houston State University Police Department’s Community Out-Reach Efforts (C.O.R.E.) program will be conducting an on-campus safety event called “Bearkats Fight the Night” on Bearkat…

  • Election Info

    The November 4 Regular Election is fast approaching, and the deadline to register to vote or make any changes to name or address information is October 6. Early voting for the November election will be…

  • Councilmember Olson Praises Community Efforts Of New Academy Store

    In trying to counter any anti-growth sentiments among councilmembers and others, at the last council session Councilmember Olson reiterated what the new Academy did earlier this month for the community. First off, he said the…

  • Commissioners Discuss Possible Uses Of Remaining Jail Bond Funds

    At Monday morning’s meeting of the Walker County Commissioners’ Court, commissioners discussed various options of what could be done with the $975,000 left from the Walker County Jail project. Commissioner Ronnie White filled us in…