Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • City Council Approves Budget and Tax Rate

    Tuesday night, the Huntsville City Council approved a $58.5 million budget without a tax increase. Position #4 Councilmember Keith Olson commented on the move and complimented City Manager Matt Benoit’s recent work on the project…

  • Police News

    Police News

    Looking over police news for the past several days, on the day shift last Friday police were called to the 1500 block of 11th Street to a sexual assault by a known suspect. An assault…

  • SHSU’s “Real Talk with C-J” Features Insurance Fraud Investigator

    Tuesday in SHSU’s Hazel B. Kerper Courtroom, Insurance Fraud Investigator John Todaro gave a recruitment talk for his employer PhotoFax, Incorporated . . . . SHSUREAL9-17-13

  • Congressman Brady Comments on IRS Investigation

    In our recent conversation with Congressman Kevin Brady, we asked him to update us on the continuing investigation of the IRS. He said, “The Ways & Means Committee is doing the investigation along with the…

  • Ag Commissioner Staples on Fall Equinox

    Come September 22nd, the Fall Equinox begins resulting in an equal number of daylight and nighttime hours. Texas Ag Commissioner Todd Staples comments . . . . TODDEQUIN9-17-13 Commissioner Staples says, “Producers in South Texas…

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council meets tonight at 6 at City Hall. The council will hold a public hearing to receive input regarding the Fiscal Year 2013-14 Annual Budget. Several items are on the “Statutory Agenda”…

  • Representative Otto & Senator Schwertner Speak at Library Monday

    State Representative John Otto and State Senator Charles Schwertner spoke to a meeting of local Republicans in a meeting open to the public Monday night at the Huntsville Public Library. They covered a number of…

  • University Decides on Alternative Solution to Army Reserve Property

    Sam Houston State University President Dana Gibson has released a statement regarding the issues over the Army Reserve Building on Sam Houston Avenue. Dr. Gibson said, “Sam Houston State University is no longer interested in…

  • SHSU “Real Talk with C-J” Today

    SHSU’s College of Criminal Justice will present another “Real Talk with C-J” this afternoon. C-J publications coordinator Beth Kuhles has the information . . . . REALTALK9-16-13  

  • Community Plan Meeting Scheduled

    Walker County Emergency Management Assistant David Anderson would like to remind everyone that coming up October 1st at 9:30 in the morning there will be a county-wide meeting at the Walker County Storm Shelter .…