Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Ducks Unlimited Banquet Coming Up

    The local Duck’s Unlimited is inviting you to their big event this week. Committee member Marsh Miller updates us . . . . DUCKSUNL2-4-13 Single tickets are $45 dollars, Greenwings $25 dollars, a sponsor’s table…

  • A&M Athlete from Huntsville Arrested

    The Brazos County website shows that 22-year-old Texas A&M Defensive Lineman Kirby Ennis from Huntsville was arrested Friday night for disorderly conduct/displaying a firearm. He was released on a $2,000 dollar bond. Regarding Ennis, A&M…

  • SHSU President Gibson Comments on Research Park Efforts

    We recently talked to SHSU President Dr. Dana Gibson about the university’s ongoing efforts toward research facilities. She said that because of a recent update of their master plan focused on keeping the academic and…

  • Huntsville Memorial Hospital Names New CEO

    Huntsville Memorial Hospital announced recently that its Board of Directors has appointed Shannon Brown as Chief Executive Officer. Currently Chief Financial Officer at Huntsville Memorial Hospital, Brown succeeds Sally Nelson who announced her retirement after…

  • Free Tax Assistance

    Free tax assistance is going to be offered again this year. Local coordinator Dick Morton says the free service by IRS certified counselors will start today and go to April 15th every Monday and Wednesday…

  • Ag Commissioner Staples on Texas Master Gardeners

    Texas Master Gardener Programs can be found throughout the state, including here in Walker County. Texas Department of Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples explains . . . . TEXMASTGRD1-31-13 For more information, call Texas AgriLife Extension…

  • HISD Joint Workshop Held Last Night

    Last night various members of the Huntsville City Council and the City, and Walker County Commissioners, met with the HISD Board of Trustees for a joint workshop to discuss a long-range facilities plan. The plan…

  • Tree Sale Saturday

    This weekend Walker County Proud Communities will be selling trees donated by the Texas Forest Service. They’ll have 2,500 hardwood and softwood trees in quantities and varieties that may be limited. Pecan trees are $2…

  • New Dean of Allied Health at SHSU

    Associate Director of Communications at SHSU Julia May tells us that Dr. Michael Lacourse has been selected to develop a strategic plan for the expansion of allied health programs at the university. He comes to…

  • Kat Club Super Bowl Party at SHSU

    There will be superbowl parties going on around Huntsville and the nation Sunday. There’s one scheduled for SHSU students at the KAT Club on the first floor of the Lowman Student Center Sunday. Kat Club…