Articles Posted in the News Category

  • HISD Board Meets Today and Tonight

    The HISD Board of Trustees will hold a meeting at noon today in the Hawkins Administration Building to discuss approval of the Boys Athletic Director and Head Football Coach. According to the Temple Daily Telegram,…

  • Two Men Arrested for Local Burglaries

    During the past week, officers with the Huntsville Police Department have arrested two individuals who are believed to be responsible for more than a dozen commercial and vehicle burglaries. According to HPD Lieutenant Curt Landrum,…

  • Annual Tree Sale Saturday

    Walker County Proud Communities have their annual tree sale coming up. Precinct #4 Commissioner Tim Paulsel has the details . . . . TREESAPE1-29-14  

  • Huntsville Memorial Hospital Recognizes Physicians

    Each year, Huntsville Memorial Hospital staff and team of healthcare professionals take time to recognize those exemplary Physicians who personify integrity, service to the community or the profession, humility, compassion, and who go above and…

  • Senator Cruz Rep in Huntsville Today

    Sen. Ted Cruz’s Southeast Texas Regional Director, David Sawyer, will visit several towns in Southeast Texas to host “Community Conversations” events. This is an opportunity for constituents in the area to ask questions, voice their…

  • HPD Clears-Up Home Invasion Rumors

    The Huntsville Police Department has been made aware of several social media postings regarding robberies and/or home invasions at various apartment complexes in Huntsville. The department would like to assure citizens that while calls pertaining…

  • Splawn Trial Continues Tomorrow

    A bad weather situation has caused a six-day delay in the attempted capital murder trial of Plato Splawn Jr. The trial is slated to resume tomorrow at the Walker County Courthouse. Last week, assistant district…

  • Commissioners Consider Moving Cameras for Courthouse Security Improvement

    At this week’s regular session of County Commissioners, IT Director Cheryl Morris recommended a way to save money and improve security at the courthouse and Annex . . . . COURTCAM1-28-14 The estimated cost would…

  • Valentine’s Special Date Night at El Chico

    As Valentine’s Day approaches, SAAFE HOUSE wants to remind you that everyone deserves a safe and healthy love relationship. In honor of Dating Violence Awareness Month they’ve partnered with the new owners of El Chico…

  • Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Scholarships

    The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has given out more than $350 million in scholarships and other education programs in Texas. Texas Department of Agriculture Administrator Rick Roads tells us, “Currently over 2,000 students are…