Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Commissioners Court Meets This Morning

    Walker County Commissioners’ Court meets for a regular session this morning at nine at the courthouse. On today’s “Statutory Agenda,” County Clerk Kari French will discuss amending bonds for the County Clerk, District Clerk and…

  • New Areas Of Study At SHSU

    We talked with SHSU President Dr. Dana Hoyt recently, and she updated us in on various areas the university is moving forward on. One of the topics she filled us in on were new areas…

  • Deadline Extended For Library Art Contest

    The Library is having their 4th Annual Library Art Contest supported by the Huntsville Public Library Friends, and the deadline has been extended. New Huntsville Library Children’s Coordinator Kristi Glasgow fills us in . .…

  • Wounded Warrior Banquet

    It’s coming up in just a few days, so now would be a good time to pick up your Wounded Warrior Banquet tickets. Retired Lt. Col. David Yebra tells us more . . . .…

  • Texas Has A New Ag Commissioner

    The State of Texas has a new Ag Commissioner. He is Sid Miller . . . .   Commissioner Miller is very interested in agriculture education as he was a former Ag teacher. He served…

  • Paris Terrorist Attack Morning Update

    The two terrorists involved in the murder of 12 people at the Paris offices of the satirical french newspaper Charlie Hebdo have been identified as two men in their 30’s–Said Kouachi and Cherif Kouachi. A…

  • SHSU Receives Grant From The Texas Joint Admission Medical Program

    Sam Houston State University’s Medical and Allied Health Programs office, in the College of Health Sciences, has received a $20,000 grant from the Texas Joint Admission Medical Program. The grant will provide for SHSU’s inaugural…

  • Sam Houston Tea Party Event Scheduled

    Sam Houston Tea Party spokesperson Linda Thompson informs us that on Tuesday, January 20th, the organization will host the Life, Liberty and Property Tour from 6 to 8 PM at the Veterans Conference Center on…

  • Need For A More Productive Senate Stressed By Senators McConnell & Durbin

    It appeared to be a kumbayah moment in the U-S Senate yesterday as Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Democrat Dick Durbin talked about a more civil and productive Senate. Senator McConnell stressed bipartisanship…

  • Mayor Woodward Passes Along Items Of Community Interest

    At each Huntsville City Council session, “Items of Community Interest” are announced. At this week’s session, Huntsville Mayor Mac Woodward passed along some upcoming events . . . .   To keep up-to-date on City…