Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Military Helps in Hurricane Restoration

    Various branches of the military reserves have been put into action to handle the aftermath of recent hurricanes. For example, in a briefing at the Defense Department Friday General Diana Holland of the U-S Army…

  • Congressman Brady Announces Legislation for Temporary Tax Relief for Hurricane Victims

    Friday, Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) announced legislation that would deliver temporary tax relief to the victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria.  In regard to the bill which will be released today,…

  • Huntsville ISD- Hornet’s Nest Report for 9/20/2017

    The Hornet’s Nest for 9/20/2017   Sponsored by Wiesner of Huntsville

  • I-45 Construction Closure Ahead

    New Waverly firefighter and paramedic Jimmy Williams advises us that another I-45 construction closure is planned for this weekend.  Northbound traffic will be diverted to share a lane with southbound traffic.  Firefighters have ramped up…

  • Trump Moves Forward with Sanctions on North Korea

    President Trump announced at a luncheon meeting with South Korean and Japanese leaders in Washington Thursday further sanction moves in regard to North Korea . . . .   The president said he is “seeking…

  • FEMA Registration

    FEMA External Affairs Media Relations Manager Kurt Pickering has informed us that you can still register for Hurricane Harvey disaster assistance . . . .

  • Skimmer Crime Problem in Huntsville

    HPD Lt. Jim Barnes has passed along to us that there’s been a problem with skimmers in the Huntsville area. He said, “What we’ve seen is an increase at gas stations where you pay at…

  • Library Celebrates 50th Anniversary

    The Huntsville Public Library is celebrating their 50th anniversary with a family-friendly carnival from 1 to 3 PM Saturday, September 23rd. The carnival will feature a photo booth, sand art, popcorn, cake, face painting, balloon…

  • SHSU Appoints New Associate Vice Provost

    Christopher Maynard, who most recently served as associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of North Alabama, has been appointed associate vice provost for Sam Houston State University. Maynard said,…

  • Texas Health and Human Services at Storm Shelter Monday for D-Snap

    The state is rolling out disaster food assistance in Walker County, commonly known as D-SNAP. Representatives from Texas Health & Human Services will be at the Walker County Storm Shelter assisting residents with disaster food…