Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • County to Hire New Part-Time Maintenance Person

    Monday, Walker County Commissioners moved forward to take care of maintenance issues. As the County has recently directly taken over the running of the Storm Shelter, a new part-time maintenance person was needed for that.…

  • Commissioners Meet Today

    Walker County Commissioners meet for a regular session at nine this morning. Commissioners will receive several reports–the Technology Monthly report, the Appraisal District Monthly report and the Treasurer’s Monthly Investment report. Walker County Emergency Management…

  • Dr. Phillip Lyons Talks about Recent Criminal Justice Department Recognition

    According to a recent study, faculty at SHSU’s Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology are the most productive scholars in the field. We talked with Dean of the College of Criminal Justice at SHSU, Dr.…

  • Bearkat Country Crawfish Boil

    Get ready for the big Bearkat Country Crawfish Boil today. Associate Director for the Department of Student Services, Brandon Cooper,  tell us all about it . . . .

  • Main Street Spring Events

    The Main Street program has some great events lined up for Huntsville this spring, like the Huntsville Music Festival April 21st and 28th. You might remember last year’s Wine Down, Shop Small–well, it’s coming back…

  • Congressman Brady Comments on Recent Terrorist Attacks in Brussels

    We talked with our 8th District congressman Kevin Brady this past week. We asked him to comment on the recent terrorist attacks in Belgium . . . .   Congressman Brady added that he thinks…

  • Magnolia Man Questioned about Coronado Murders

    KHOU-TV News reports that deputies from Walker County are questioning a man from Magnolia in reference to the murders of Caesar Vladimir Coronado and his 14-year-old daughter Adriana. Caesar Coronado’s body was found in northern…

  • Terror Update-Belgium & France

    Two high-level Belgian ministers offered to resign after admitting yesterday that action could have been taken to prevent Tuesday’s suicide bombings in Brussels. They were referring to Brussel’s law enforcement failure to initiate action in…

  • “Pitch, Hit and Run” Tomorrow in Huntsville

    You and your kids are invited to join the City of Huntsville Parks & Recreation Department on Saturday, March 26th, for the Scotts Major League Baseball “Pitch, Hit & Run Competition” at Kate Barr Ross…

  • Spring Art Classes at Wynne Home

    You’re invited to sign-up for Spring Art Classes at the Wynne Home Arts Center which start on Monday, March 28th. Classes include Painting the Landscape, Movie 101, Parliamentary Procedures, Photography, Cooking, Hand building with Clay,…