Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Commissioner Kuykendall’s First Day on Commissioners’ Court

    Precinct #1 Commissioner B-J Gaines, Jr. has retired. We asked the new Precinct #1 Commissioner Danny Kuykendall about his impression of his first day as a commissioner Monday . . . .   We asked…

  • Events To Work Toward Stopping Domestic Violence

    To raise awareness about violence against women, the Crime Victim Services Alliance and the Crime Victims’ Institute will host two events in October, The Clothesline Project and a documentary and discussion on domestic violence. First,…

  • Lee College Huntsville Center Looking for Part-time Adjunct Faculty

    With a growing enrollment of more than 1,200 incarcerated students pursuing associate degrees and certificates, the Lee College Huntsville Center is looking for new adjunct faculty to teach classes part-time at Texas Department of Criminal…

  • Early Voting Underway

    EARLY VOTING: October 24th – November 4th 1) Main Early Voting Site: Walker County Annex 1301 Sam Houston Ave, Suite 101 Dates: Oct. 24th – Nov. 4th, Monday thru Friday Times: 8:00 am – 5:00…

  • Mayor Brauninger Comments on Bond Propositions

    Various local bond propositions on are on the November 8th ballot. Our guest this week on “Around Town” was Huntsville Mayor Andy Brauninger. In regard to some of the facilities for Huntsville on the ballot,…

  • Center at SHSU to Honor Veterans with a Ribbon Ceremony

    In recognition of National Veterans Awareness Week, Nov. 9-15, the Sam Houston State University Veterans Resource Center and the Collegiate Veterans Association will accept donations for yellow ribbons Tuesday through Thursday (Oct. 25-27). A table…

  • Professor Peter Roussel Will Read From His Novel at SHSU Today

    Just in time to offer some much-needed comic relief as Election Day nears, Sam Houston State University Warner Endowed Professor of mass communication Peter Roussel will read from “Ruffled Flourishes,” his serio-comic novel of Washington,…

  • State Department Reacts to Russian Poll Observers

    Several U-S states have refused requests from Russian officials to study our election process. It all comes amidst presidential candidate Donald Trump’s remarks about a “rigged system.” Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana have turned down requests…

  • Mayor Brauninger Comments on Monitoring of Status and Cost of Bond Projects

    One of the questions asked by citizens on the upcoming bond proposals, if they pass, relates to the City communicating about the status of those projects and about costs. We talked with Mayor Andy Brauninger…

  • Woman in Recent Chase by Police Had Illegal Drugs

    The Huntsville Item reports that local law enforcement believes 32-year-old Rachel Ann Garcia from College Station, who allegedly aimed her car at an officer while being pursued by police, was fleeing because of drugs in…