Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Ag Commissioner Staples Recommends a Visit to Cowgirl Hall of Fame

    You hear many stories about cowboys–but cowgirls also, of course–helped tame Texas and the West. Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples recommends a visit to the Cowgirl Hall of Fame in Fort Worth . . .…

  • Huntsville City Councilmember Fitch Resigning

    Position #1 At-Large councilmember James Fitch announced Friday that he is resigning from his city council position. Councilmember Fitch has joined the San Jacinto County Sheriff’s Office following serving over four years with the University…

  • Small Business Week in Huntsville

    The City of Huntsville Main Street Program will celebrate National Small Business Week from June 17 – 21, and residents of Huntsville are encouraged to participate in several activities honoring local entrepreneurs. According to Main…

  • College National Rodeo Finals Over

    In the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyoming, the SHSU’s men’s team came in 12th overall with Panhandle State University coming in first. In the Women’s team competition, SHSU women came in 19th overall…

  • Juneteenth Celebrated in Huntsville Saturday

    Local Huntsville citizens gathered together Saturday for the annual Juneteenth parade to celebrate freedom. Cars, floats, and horses were organized at the Sam Houston Cultural Center on 10th Street for their march to Emancipation Park…

  • YMCA Kids’ Programs Underway

    Huntsville Family YMCA Community Executive Director Sandra Clifton was our guest on “Around Town” this past weekend. Among other things, Sandra filled us on some of the their kids’ programs underway . . . .…

  • 8th Annual SAAFE House Crawfest Big Success

    The big 8th Annual Crawfest sponsored by SAAFE House packed the place at the Walker County fairgrounds last night. The event raises money for SAAFE House which shelters and helps victims of domestic violence and…

  • Mac Woodward Comments on Future Water Quality

    At the close of the construction in August of 2014 on the Trinity River Authority plant in their expansion from 6 million gallons of water a day to 12, Huntsville will not only have even…

  • Juneteenth Parade & Cookoff Tomorrow

    The Progressive Women’s Association of Huntsville will be having their Juneteenth Parade at 10 tomorrow morning on 10th Street at Avenue P next to the Samuel Walker Houston Cultural Center. Parade lineup is scheduled for…

  • Dobbin Explosion Victim Dies

    According to Montgomery County fire officials, a woman has died from injuries from that explosion Tuesday at a home in Dobbin, west of Conroe. Fifty-eight-year-old Jennifer Mock died at Memorial Hermann Hospital on Thursday. Sixty-five-year-old…