Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Next Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Comments On Gridlock

    Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell spoke to reporters in a post-election news conference yesterday at the University of Louisville. Senator McConnell will become the Senate Majority Leader in January when the senate reconvenes. He was asked…

  • “Burn Ban” Lifted

    Because of recent new moisture in the area, the “Burn Ban” for Walker County has been lifted.

  • Elections Update

    In Walker County contested races last night final unofficial results, City Councilmember At-Large Position 3 incumbent Don Johnson won out over challenger Karl Davidson 2,445 votes to 1,571. City Councilmember At-Large Position 4 incumbent Keith…

  • SHSU Health-Science Campus May Be Coming To Montgomery County

    SHSU is looking at the possibility of developing a Health-Science campus in Montgomery County. We asked Associate Director of Communications Julia May to explain the reason for a campus in Montgomery County . . .…

  • SHSU Rodeo Team In Competition Soon

    The SHSU Rodeo Team will be in another big competition soon. SHSU Rodeo Coach Bubba Miller updates us . . . .  

  • SHSU Veterans Day Ceremony Plans

    Mark your calendars. On November 11th, there will be a special Veterans Day ceremony presented at SHSU. SHSU Military Chair, Lt. Col. Robert McCormick, tells us all about it . . . .    …

  • Texas Southwestern Cattle Raiser Association Ranch Gathering

    The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) will host a ranch gathering Thursday, November 13 at the Lone Star Convention Center in Conroe.  Registration will begin at 6:00 p.m. followed by a complimentary beef…

  • Today Is Election Day

    Polls will be open today for elections at all Walker county polling places from 7 AM to 7 PM. To find your polling location log on to the Walker County website at co.walker.tx.us or call…

  • Coats & Cash Homeless Veterans Drive Still Accepting Donations

    The Coats & Cash Drive for homeless veterans is still underway in Huntsville. Local Melvin White VFW Post Commander David Lanoue is living as a homeless veteran for 72 hours in the Shenanigan’s parking lot…

  • Development Code Informational Meetings Ahead

    City of Huntsville Director of Development Services Aron Kulhavy tells us that the City’s Planning Division in conjunction with the Planning and Zoning Commission will be holding three meetings to receive public feedback on proposed…