Articles Posted in the News Category

  • 10th Court Of Appeals Hearing In Huntsville

    SHSU’s Center for Law Engagement and Politics will host “Oral Arguments” for the 10th Court of Appeals starting at 10 o’clock Wednesday. Local residents are invited to attend one of the four sessions. Mike Yawn…

  • May 7th Election Weeks Away

    The May 7th elections are just weeks away. If you are not registered to vote you have until Thursday, April 7th, to register or to make any name or address changes to your residence status.…

  • “Go Fund Me” Account Established For Accident Victims

    A tragic auto accident last Saturday that claimed the lives of a Huntsville father and three of his children is still being investigated by Huntsville Police. A Go Fund Me account has been established to…

  • Walker County Fair Premium Sale

    One of the highlights of the Walker County Fair for exhibitors is the annual Premium Sale. This year’s sale will be Thursday at 7 p.m. in the main building, with the buyer’s Pre-Sale Party starting…

  • Fair BBQ/Chili Cook Off Weekend

    Fifty-seven cooking teams have entered this weekend’s Walker County BBQ/Chili Cook off, held in conjunction with the Fair. And, it’s not too late to get your team entered. The cook off starts Friday at 5…

  • Talk, Text, Crash

    With more than 100,000 statewide traffic crashes involving distracted driving each year, the Texas Department of Transportation is hoping to reach people and reduce crashes. In April, TxDOT kicks off its annual “Talk, Text, Crash”…

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will have a regular meeting tonight starting with a work session at 4 p.m. followed by the regular session at 6 o’clock. The council will have a lengthy statutory agenda that…

  • Bearkats Observe National Public Health Month

    The Sam Houston State University College of Health Sciences will offer Bearkats the opportunity to give blood, get tested for social diseases, learn about careers and programs in health sciences, and much more during Public…

  • SHSU Provost Leaving For Georgia Southern Post

    Sam Houston State University Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Jaimie Hebert will leave Huntsville this summer to assume the presidency of Georgia Southern University in Statesboro. Associate Provost Richard Eglsaer will serve as…

  • 3-Hour Police Chase on Saturday

    A three hour police chase Saturday afternoon led officers through three counties, including Montgomery, Walker, and Madison. According to Scott Engle with the Montgomery County Police Reporter, around 1:30 DPS Troopers attempted to stop an…