Articles Posted in 2014

  • Crime Stoppers’ Tip Helped in Local Case

    As we told you in a story last week, 49-year-old Terry Lee Roberts was indicted by a grand jury on two counts of aggravated robbery and one count of robbery. HPD Detective Marvin Hyvl informs…

  • Time Change Sunday Morning

    Daylight Savings Time starts on Sunday, March 9th. At 2 AM this Sunday morning set clocks ahead 1 hour.  

  • Master Gardeners’ Spring Plant Sale Tomorrow

    Walker County Master Gardeners’ Ed Davis says their Spring Plant Sale will be held tomorrow from 8 AM to 2 PM on Highway 75 North just north of the Pilot Truck Stop–just north of Sam…

  • Chamber’s 27th Annual Trade Expo Big Success

    The Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce held their 27th Annual Trade Expo and Taste of Huntsville Thursday at the Fairgrounds. As usual, the big event of vendors displaying their wares and services was a huge…

  • Jail Grand Opening Scheduled

    Local County officials have set a date for the grand opening of the new Walker County Jail. Jail Administrator Steve Fisher has the information . . . . JAILOPENING3-6-14

  • HPD Receives Impaired Driving Mobilization Campaign Award Check

    Thursday morning at City Hall, Traffic Safety Specialist Terri Miller with TxDOT’s Bryan District awarded $3,000 to the City of Huntsville and the Police Department for their participation in the 2013 Impaired Driving Mobilization Campaign…

  • National Book Awards Will Feature Authors

    Mark your calendars. From SHSU’s Department of English, Dr. Amanda Nowlin-O’Banion informs us, “The National Book Awards at Sam Houston is a free event that is bringing three recent National Book Awards finalists to Huntsville…

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    SPORTS SHORTS – FRIDAY 03/07/14

    JOHNSON COLISEUM WAS KIND TO THE SHSU BEARKAT BASKETBALL TEAMS THURSDAY AS THE KAT MEN’S & WOMEN’S TEAMS BOTH POSTED CONVINCING VICTORIES IN THEIR NEXT-TO-LAST GAMES OF THE REGULAR SEASON. FOR THE BEARKAT MEN, THEY…

  • Trade Expo Today

    The Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce has a big event planned for today. The Chambers Vice-Chair of Business Services, Bart Davis, tells us more . . . . TRADEEXPO3-5-14 Tickets are free if picked up…

  • County Energy Transportation Reinvestment Zone Issues Discussed by Commissioners

    In a special session of Walker County Commissioners Wednesday afternoon, commissioners moved forward in efforts in establishing a County Energy Transportation Reinvestment Zone in discussions with Miranda White-Harris with Grantworks We asked Miranda to explain…