Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Ag Commissioner Miller Comments On TravelTex.Com

    Are you beginning to plan your spring or summer vacation? Texas Ag Commissioner Sid Miller thinks Texas would be a good choice. He says, “Whether you want to tap into arts and culture, or just…

  • Business Expo 2015 & Taste Of Huntsville Coming Up

    That great event the Chamber puts on every year is coming back, and it’s now called the Business Expo 2015 & Taste of Huntsville. Chamber spokesperson Shannon Higbie tells us more . . . .…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday police were called to an unattended death in the 2800 of Lake Road. A known suspect sexually assaulted a victim in the 700 block of Hickory…

  • Transfer Station Update

    As we reported to you this week, money accrued from new garbage collection rates would be applied to a new transfer station for the City. We talked recently with Position #4 Councilmember Keith Olson who…

  • Sam Houston Museum Demonstrations

    The Sam Houston Memorial Museum is known for being a great place to visit when you want to learn about the history of General Sam Houston and his family. However, it also provides guests unique…

  • No Taxpayer Funding For Abortion Act Passed

    Congressman Kevin Brady’s office reported Thursday, that on the anniversary of the controversial 1973 Supreme Court case legalizing abortion in America, the U.S. House of Representatives acted to ensure tax dollars are not used to…

  • Walker County Moves Forward In Environmental Efforts

    Efforts are always underway in Walker County by local volunteers and officials to improve the City and County’s environment. This was celebrated Tuesday in the City Council’s chambers. First, Office Manager at Walker County Road…

  • Majority Leader Boehner Reacts To President’s State Of Union Speech

    Wednesday, Ohio Congressman John Boehner commented on the President’s state of the Union speech . . . .

  • Council Passes Crosswalk Agreement With SHSU

    At this week’s Huntsville City Council session, councilmembers looked into signing an interlocal agreement with SHSU for a joint planning, design and financial participation in a crosswalk project on Bobby K. Marks Drive. The cost…

  • Hornet Band Students Do Well In Competition

    Huntsville High School played host to the Region 9 5A All-Region Band Auditions in December. Over 300 students from various 5A schools participated in the audition process, and the Huntsville Hornet Military Marching Band placed…