Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Huntsville ISD’s Hornet’s Nest for 10/18/2017

    Here is this week’s Hornet’s Nest with HISD’s Shannon Duncan and Bryan Reeder   Sponsored by Wiesner of Huntsville

  • Mayor Thanks Hurricane Harvey Volunteers

    Hurricane Harvey volunteers were honored with a reception before the beginning of the City Council’s regular session at City Hall Tuesday. During the regular session, Mayor Andy Brauninger thanked Emergency Management Coordinators for both the…

  • Veterans Job Event

    Mark your calendars if you’re a veteran looking for employment. Workforce Solutions Jenny Johnson informs us that veterans and their families are invited to their 6th Annual “Red, White & You” hiring event job fair…

  • Storm Event Update

    Monday, Walker County Commissioners discussed FEMA’s Hazard Mitigation Grant Program for Hurricane Harvey. Walker County Emergency Management Coordinator Butch Davis talked about the damage they were focusing on . . . .   Work includes…

  • City Manager Matt Benoit Gets Pay Raise

    At the Huntsville City Council’s regular session last night, councilmembers approved a 2.5% raise for City Manager Matt Benoit–raising his annual salary to $167,216. All councilmembers present and the mayor voted “for” the pay raise.…

  • Road Closing

    Administrative Assistant for Road and Bridge Precinct #3, Luciann Smith, informs us that today Wood Farm Rd will be closed from 8am to 10 am, from Hwy 19 (south entrance) to Horseshoe Lake Rd,  to…

  • “Scare on Square” Coming Up

    Our guest on “Around Town” over the weekend was Huntsville’s Main Street Coordinator Debbie Charbonneau. She updated us on all the great events Main Street has planned for Huntsville, which we will be passing along…

  • Student Produced TV Show Launches Fall Season

    “City Spotlight,” the 30-minute Sam Houston State University student-produced television show that focuses on people, places and events in Huntsville and on campus, will begin airing of shows for the fall semester on KSHU-TV, Channel…

  • “Burn Ban” in Effect at Noon

    County Judge Danny Pierce and Walker County Commissioners have instituted a “Burn Ban” for Walker County beginning at noon today which is in effect until further notice.

  • Weigh Station Issue Discussed by Commissioners Monday

    An issue underway right now that Walker County Commissioners are trying to solve has to do with the fact that the I-45 weigh station system is down and in need of parts. The County derives…