Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Suzanne Basso Executed

    Fifty-nine-year-old Suzanne Margaret Basso was executed at the Walls Unit at 6:26 last night. She was executed for the murder of a 59-year-old developmentally disabled man, Louis Buddy Musso, in 1998. Her motive was Musso’s…

  • Excellence in Teaching Nominations Sought at SHSU

    SHSU Manager of Communications Jennifer Gauntt tells us that every student that attends SHSU probably can identify at least one professor as his or her favorite. And, if you’re a student, here’s a chance to…

  • IRS Oversight Committee Questions New Commissioner

    Wednesday, the Congressional IRS Oversight Committee grilled new IRS Commissioner John Koskinen  about various issues tied to current and recent operations of the Internal Revenue Service. New York’s 23rd District Republican Representative Tom Reed was…

  • Council Approves Easement Acquistion Policy and Standardized Letter

    Last night, the Huntsville City Council unanimously approved a new easement acquisition policy standarized form letter that would be sent to landowners who were targeted for an easement location by certified and regular mail. Describing…

  • SAAFE House Thanks City Employees

    Last night at the regular meeting of the Huntsville City Council, SAAFE House Executive Director Jolene Miller, along with other members of the organization, presented a plaque to the City for their help in raising…

  • SHSU Rewarded for Energy Efficiency

    SHSU has been recognized for continued success in energy efficiency improvements. SHSU Energy Manager Sandra Gray fills us in . . . . SHSUENERG2-4-14 Since joining SCORE in 2009, SHSU has earned $261,892 in incentives.

  • HHS Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

    Huntsville Independent School District would like to invite members of the press and community to their High School Athletic Signing Day today at the Huntsville High School Paul Bohan Gym Foyer for a reception from…

  • KatSafe Updated

    KatSafe–the system at SHSU that alerts students, faculty, and employees in an emergency–has undergone a lot of updating. SHSU Police Chief Kevin Morris filled us in on its evolving status. He said, they “still have…

  • Superintendent Johnson Comments on UIL Realignment

    The 2014-16 Official UIL Football and 2014-15 Official Basketball Re-Alignments have been decided. Huntsville has now moved to District 18-5A along with Bryan, Bryan Rudder, College Station, College Station A&M Consolidated, Conroe Caney Creek, Livingston…

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will meet this evening at six at City Hall. Tonight there will be an employee appreciation from SAAFE House. On tonight’s “Statutory Agenda,” Director of Community and Economic Development Aron Kulkhavy…