Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Flood Victim Assistance Update

    As we’ve been informing you for a few days, donations can be dropped off locally here in Huntsville for Trinity River flood victims at First United Methodist Church Youth Building at the corner of 10th…

  • Interim Funding Approved By Commissioners For Road Repair

    In Commissioners’ Court Monday morning, commissioners discussed approval of amending the 2014-15 budget to approve interim funding of operation budget increases for repairs related to the declared disaster that are expected to be eligible for…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift last Friday an unknown suspect stole a vehicle in the 1400 block of Nottingham Street. On Friday’s night shift, a vehicle was stolen in the 2400 block…

  • New Websites Coming To City

    When Huntsville residents wake up Friday morning, they will have two new favorite web sites to check. The City of Huntsville’s main site at www.huntsvilletx.gov and the City’s Tourism and Cultural Services Department site at…

  • “Three Strikes Rule Bill” Signed Into Law

    AARP Texas Director Bob Jackson has issued a statement regarding Senate Bill 304, a measure strengthening nursing home regulations that was sponsored by state Sen. Charles Schwertner and which Governor Greg Abbott signed into law…

  • Donations Needed For Local Flooding Victims

    We’re reminding you again that the Walker Count office of Emergency Management along with the first United Methodist Church are accepting donated items to help those affected by the Trinity River flooding. Last week there…

  • Commissioners’ Court Meets This Morning

    Walker County Commissioners will meet this morning for a regular session at the courthouse. They will hear department reports. Walker County Emergency Management Coordinator Butch Davis will deliver an update concerning the severe weather event,…

  • Mayor Woodward Comments On Upcoming July 4th Celebration

    Here’s some info for your planner for the 4th of July. At the recent City Council session, Mayor Mac Woodward updated everyone in regard to City activity on the fourth . . . .

  • Game Warden Ingram Comments On Boating While Intoxicated

    As everyone knows, you’re not supposed to drink and drive.  But also, you’re not supposed to drive a boat and drink. We talked with local game warden Stephen Ingram about the issue this weekend on…

  • Trinity Independent School District Board Meets

    The Trinity Independent School District will meet this evening at six at the Administration Building. This evening’s reports include the Athletic Director’s Report on Drug Testing Policy, the Preliminary STAAR Results from Natalie Barrett and…