Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Flag Retirement Saturday

    In regard to completion of a community project to become an Eagle Scout, Matthew Field’s dad, Chuck Fields, fills us in on his son’s current efforts . . . . FLAGRETIRE5-30-14 Mr. Fields says his…

  • Fighting Title Fraud

    Walker County is assisting the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles to stop title fraud in Texas, and county residents can help by learning how to protect themselves before they buy a used vehicle. Tax Assessor-Collector…

  • Coach Bubba Miller Comments On Rodeo Team’s Accomplishments

    As you’ve heard right here on the news, the SHSU Rodeo team will be traveling to Wyoming again for the College National Finals in June. We talked with Rodeo Coach Bubba Miller who filled us…

  • VA Hearing Raises More Questions

    There are severe issues at VA hospitals across the country. Now under fire, VA Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki says he has plans to fix the problems. At this week’s House Veterans Affairs Committee hearing in…

  • Poster Exhibition Starts Saturday at Wynne Home

    Starting Saturday, the Wynne Home Arts Center will present an exhibit of vintage posters entitled “No Thumbtacks! The Poster as Art.” The exhibit runs through September 30th. It’s a free event with a reception tomorrow…

  • Republican Nominee For Precinct #4 Commissioner Jimmy D. Henry Comments

    Local businessman Jimmy D. Henry won the Republican nomination for the Precinct #4 Commissioners position against incumbent Tim Paulsel on Tuesday. We asked Mr. Henry how he felt now that he had won . .…

  • New Construction at Ravenwood Village Shopping Center Underway

    You may have noticed the concrete framework that’s been constructed recently on the north end of the Ravenwood Village shopping center. These construction efforts have been reported to be the future homes for a new…

  • SHSU Rodeo Coach Bubba Miller Looks Ahead to College National Finals

    The College National Finals Rodeo, sometimes called the “Rose Bowl” of college rodeo, is scheduled for June 15th through the 21st in Casper, Wyoming. The SHSU Rodeo Team along with other teams will be competing…

  • Huntsville High School Congratulates Floral Design Students

    Huntsville High School congratulates Morgan Nettuno, Amanda Dugas, Rebecca Hoke, Emily Adamick, LeeKarah Tillis and Jesica Cox–six Huntsville High School Floral Design students who recently completed a yearlong Texas Education Agency approved floral design curriculum…

  • SHSU Receives Fundraising Award

    Sam Houston State University’s fundraising efforts have earned the university a 2014 Educational Fundraising Award by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. SHSU was selected to receive an “Overall Improvement Award” in the…