Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • SHSU Career Expo To Offer More Than 100 Top Job Choices

    Sam Houston State University’s Career Services will provide students and alumni who are ready to enter the workforce or a graduate program with the opportunity to meet with more than 120 organizations during the Career…

  • Electrical Fire At HEB

    The Huntsville Fire Department was called to a structure fire at 5:22 this morning at HEB on Sam Houston Avenue. No flames or smoke were visible on arrival. The fire was caused by electrical issues…

  • Commissioners Meet This Morning

    Walker County Commissioners will meet this morning at nine at the courthouse. County Clerk Kari French will discuss the possible approval of Sheriff’s and Constables’ fees for 2015. From the County Treasurer Department, Amy Klawinsky…

  • Senior Health Fair Tomorrow

    Nancy Gaertner, spokesperson for an upcoming Chamber of Commerce sponsored Senior Health Fair in Huntsville, updates us on the event . . . .  

  • Trinity ISD Board Meets

    The Trinity ISD Board will meet this evening at six in their Administration Building. This evening’s reports include the Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Testing Report and the Director of Technology Report. Tonight’s Superintendent Report…

  • Historic Preservation Officer Lindsay Lawher Comments on Commission

    The City of Huntsville now has an Historic Preservation Commisson. We asked Preservation Officer Lindsay Lawher to fill us in on its purpose . . . .   Ms. Lawher added that, “A third kind…

  • John Fortner Retires From HEAP

    At the last session of the HISD School Board, trustees honored John Fortner who is retiring after seventeen years of service to the summer youth program called HEAP–the Huntsville Enrichment Activities Program. Interim Superintendent Sonny…

  • TASB Consultant Presents Qualification Recommendations for Next Superintendent

    At last night’s session of the HISD Board of Trustees, Texas Association of School Board Consultant Jerry Roberts passed along the recommended qualifications for the next superintendent. He informed trustees about who provided input for…

  • Huntsville Man Charged With Second-Degree Felony Assault

    The Montgomery County Courier website reports that 38-year-old Huntsville resident Charles Edward Carter Jr. was indicted by a Montgomery County grand jury September 11th for second-degree felony assault for allegedly stabbing a man 10 times…

  • Heartwalk Sign-up Underway

    In an effort to raise funds for the American Heart Association to help them combat heart disease, a “Heartwalk” is planned in Huntsville. “Heartwalk” spokesperson Karen Bilsing fills us in . . . . HEARTWALK9-18-14…