Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Commissioners’ Court Meets Today

    Walker County Commissioners Court will hold a regular session at the courthouse at nine this morning. Commissioners will hear a Walker County Jail construction update. Walker County Sheriff’s Office Operations Bureau Captain Tim Whitecotton will…

  • Ravenwood Village Expansion

    According to information released by Property Commerce Broker Clay Trozzo, by the summer of 2014 the Ravenwood Village shopping center plans adding 250,000 square feet of retail which would include Academy Sports and Outdoors, Chick-Fil-A,…

  • Mayor Woodward Comments on Buxton Retail Study

    Last week the Buxton Company submitted their approximately 1,000 pages of retail data for Huntsville to the City Council. Mayor Mac Woodward filled us in on the study recently . . . . BUXTONMAC6-7-13 Mayor…

  • HPD Vehicle Study

    At last week’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, HPD Sergeant Jeff Dugas gave a thorough presentation comparing different vehicles that could be utilized as patrol vehicles by the Huntsville Police Department. The famous…

  • Congressman Brady Comments on Obama Administration

    In light of all the recent scandals, I recently passed along to Congressman Kevin Brady that I think it appears that there’s an attitude that certain people in the Obama administration can get away with…

  • Red, White, & You Fundraiser Big Success

    The big fundraiser– Red, White, and You–held in Huntsville yesterday by Huntsville Volunteer Fire Department firefighters, 101.7 KSAM and 104-9 the Hits was a big success. The unofficial amount raised to pay for a July…

  • DPS Forensic Examiner Drug Test Mishandling Also Affecting Walker County Drug Defendants

    As we informed you Thursday, in Texas thousands of misdmeanor and felony drug cases may be thrown out following the ruling of the state’s highest court that any case with evidence handled by DPS forensic…

  • Councilmembers Tour TRA Plant

    Thursday, several members of the Huntsville City Council went on a tour of the Trinity River Authority plant to get an update on the construction underway on their expansion from 6 million gallons a day…

  • Pop Warner Football Registration

    Pop Warner Football spokesperson Tim Herron says, their organization is “just a really good family-fun league to play in . . . .” POPWARN6-5-13

  • New Chair for SHSU Department of Theatre and Film

    Ronald E. Shields, a former chair of the Department of Theatre and Film at Bowling Green State University, has been named the dean of the College of Fine Arts and Mass Communication at Sam Houston…