Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Author On Isolation On Death Row To Speak

    The Sam Houston State University Student Legal and Mediation Services Office will host author Betty Gilmore tonight for a discussion and viewing of a documentary on her recently published book “The Darkest Hour: Shedding Light…

  • Aggravated Robbery Over Weekend

    There was an aggravated robbery over the weekend in Huntsville. HPD Lt. Jim Barnes updates us . . . .   Officer Barnes said if anyone has any information on this robbery, call HPD at…

  • B-J Gaines, Jr. To Retire At End Of Term

    You may have heard. Precinct #1 Commissioner B-J Gaines, Jr. will be retiring at the end of his term. We talked with him in the Commissioners’ Courtroom Monday morning . . . .   We…

  • Fair Parade Ahead–Entries Still Accepted

    The big Fair Parade winds through Huntsville this Thursday evening at 7. We talked with Parade spokesperson Stephen Gregory Monday . . . .

  • “Tex 21″ Explained To Commissioners

    At Monday morning’s Commissioner’ Court, Matt Brasseaux, who works for Dean International who are policy consultants for Transportation Excellence for the 21st Century, or TEX-21, familiarized commissioners with the service the TEX-21 organization has to…

  • Head Shots Available For SHSU Students

    With the end of the semester rapidly approaching, many students are beginning to look for summer internships, jobs and volunteer opportunities. To help students make a good first impression when contacting potential employers, Sam Houston…

  • Go Texan Crawfish Boil Ahead

    The Walker County Area Go Texan will serve up crawfish and catfish—for a cause—during its annual Crawfish Boil on Saturday, May 2. The event will offer all-you-can-eat crawfish, catfish, potatoes, corn and fries—while supplies last—from…

  • “Walk A Mile In Her Shoes” Coming Up

    SHSU Criminal Justice Graduate Student Organization spokesperson for the upcoming “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes,” Eric Cooke, tells us that the purpose of the event is to raise awareness about on-campus sexual assault. He…

  • SHSU ROTC Plans For Spring & Summer

    Our military is always on call to go to some part of the globe to help out in some kind of capacity, and our local university, SHSU, is doing their part in training future military…

  • Professor Mike Yawn On Appeals Court Visit

    The 10th Court of Appeals is coming to the SHSU campus again. SHSU Political Science Professor Mike Yawn fills us in . . . .