Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Early Voting Update

    Walker County Elections Manager Julie Cooper reports the total number of voters who checked in for early voting Monday was 153. Early voting continues at the Walker County Annex at 1301 Sam Houston Avenue weekdays…

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council meets for a regular session at six this evening. Tonight’s “Consent Agenda” includes Neighborhood Resources Director Dr. Sherry McKibben seeking acceptance of a Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Grant, making…

  • Criminal Justice Programs At SHSU Today

    Laurie Christensen remembers the day she fell in love with firefighting and the adrenaline it gave her. She was working alongside her supervisor to put out her first fire with the Pasadena Volunteer Fire Department,…

  • Will Biden Run For President?–White House Press Corps Asks Josh Earnest

    As the days tick by and the primaries and filing times get closer, many are wondering if Vice-President Joe Biden will get in the race for the presidency. At a White House Press Conference Monday,…

  • Early Voting Begins Today

    Early voting in Walker County began today at 8 AM at the Walker County Annex at 1301 Sam Houston Avenue, Room 101. Early voting will run, Monday through Friday, through October 30th, 8 AM to…

  • FM 1375 New Waverly Exit Closed

    Beginning today, the Texas Department of Transportation’s (TxDOT) contractor will close the IH-45 west frontage road between FM 1374 and FM 1375 and from FM 1375 south to the IH-45 South Entrance Ramp to thru…

  • HEARTS Veterans Museum’s New Director Comments On Its Emphasis On People

    Our guest on “Around Town” over the weekend was the new Executive Director of the HEARTS Veterans Museum Mark Robinson. His takes a very personal, positive view of the museum itself . . . .…

  • SHSU Recreational Sports Center Reopening

    Earlier this year, the SHSU Recreational Sports Center fell victim to the flooding that ravaged the campus. As water rushed into the building four inches of mud crept into the pool’s filter system, and the…

  • Farmers & Ranchers Impacted By Wildfires Urged To Apply For Assistance

    As firefighters struggle to contain wildfires in areas of rural Texas, Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller is calling on fellow Texans to lend a helping hand to those in need by donating to the State of…

  • Congressman Brady Comments On Welfare Issues

    Our 8th District Congressman, Kevin Brady, passes along his views on welfare reform . . . .