Articles Posted in the News Category

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will hold a regular session this evening a six at City Hall. At 5 PM, previous to the meeting, councilmembers will hold a workshop where they will consider and discuss the…

  • County Official Swearing-in Ceremony Ahead

    The Swearing-in Ceremony for newly-elected County officials will take place at 10 AM in the third floor District Courtroom of the courthouse January 1st, 2015. Walker County Judge Danny Pierce informed us recently that there…

  • Holiday Garbage Pickup

    The City of Huntsville Solid Waste Services division will be closed on December 25 and 26 in observance of the Christmas holiday, and service to both residential and commercial customers will be affected. According to…

  • Deputy Ag Commissioner DeBerry On Winter Driving

    Well, we don’t have any freezing weather and slippery roads quite yet, but winter will soon be officially on the way. Texas Deputy Ag Commissioner Drew DeBerry says if roads ever get iced over it’s…

  • Senator Cruz Hearkens Back To An Old Law Relevant Today

    Just this past week Texas Senator Ted Cruz, in keeping with current objections to President Obama’s Executive Orders regarding amnesty, spoke at the Heritage Foundation’s Margaret Thatcher Center For Freedom. Senator Cruz hearkened back to…

  • SHSU Takes On North Dakota State Friday

    Sam Houston State beat Villanova 34 to 31 last Saturday.  They will travel to the Fargodome this Friday night to take on three-time FCS national champion North Dakota State in the FCS semifinals. Kickoff will…

  • Joint Investigation Leads To Multiple Arrests In Walker County

    U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson along with Special Agent in Charge Joseph M. Arabit of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Special Agent in Charge Robert W. Elder of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives…

  • Head Start Looking For Local Citizens To Adopt Families

    Huntsville’s Head Start is seeking individuals, businesses and organizations to adopt families in need this Christmas season. Social Services Coordinator Maria Dooley says, “We serve 111 families, and out of those families we have 31…

  • Firefighter Jimmy Williams Comments On Smoke Detectors

    We’ve been talking recently about the issues of home fires during the holidays. Our guest on “Around Town” this past weekend was New Waverly Firefighter and Public Information Officer Jimmy Williams. Smoke detectors in the…

  • Comptroller Combs On Rising College Costs

    Texas Comptroller Susan Combs released a report examining the growth of college tuition costs and its impact on student loan debt. In Footing the Bill: Rising College Costs, Deepening Debt, the Comptroller’s office details impacts…