Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • JFK Assassination Files Released–Some Withheld

    Twenty-eight-hundred classified files related to the JFK assassination were released by President Trump Thursday. However, temporarily, some sensitive records are being withheld. The withheld documents will be held for 180 days because of some concerns…

  • HEARTS Veterans Museum Garage Sale Begins Today

    Regarding this Friday and Saturday’s big garage sale, HEARTS Veterans Museum volunteer Norman Ward has told us that you can find any item you would find at any garage sale . . . .  …

  • House Passes Budget

    House Speaker Paul Ryan was very pleased Thursday with House passage of a new budget when he addressed reporters during his weekly briefing . . . .   Speaker Ryan also hopes Republicans will stop…

  • Scare on the Square Tomorrow

    The Annual Downtown Scare on the Square will take place tomorrow from 2 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. It will now feature carnival themed games that will be fun for all ages. There will continue to…

  • Senator Ted Cruz Supports a New Tax Plan

    From the floor of the Senate last week our Senator from Texas, Ted Cruz, made it known that he was ready for a new tax plan for Americans . . . .

  • Santa’s Helpers Fundraiser Saturday

    The Santa’s Helpers Committee invites you to this year’s Santa’s Helpers Bowling Tournament scheduled for Saturday, October 28 at noon at Huntsville Lanes. Registration will begin at 11:30. Santa’s Helpers is a ministry that has…

  • FEMA Determination Letter & Right to Appeal

    If your application for disaster assistance following Hurricane Harvey was denied or you feel the award amount is insufficient, you have the right to an appeal. The determination letter is intended to explain which category…

  • Early Voting Update

    Walker County Elections Manager Julie Cooper reported to us Wednesday that this week kicked off Early Voting in Walker County for several different elections. Unfortunately, voter turnout so far has been relatively lower than expected…

  • Bust of Sam Houston in Nation’s Capitol

    Texas icon Sam Houston and Huntsville were well-represented in Washington this week as 8th District constituents visited Congressman and Ways & Means Chairman Kevin Brady in the nation’s capitol. Among several, the visitors included SHSU…

  • Huntsville ISD Tax Ratification Election

    The Huntsville ISD Board of Trustees have arranged for a Tax Ratification Election on November 7th to allow local voters to approve a change on how the school district collects taxes to maximize their funding…