Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Ways & Means Committee Seeks Prosecution of Lois Lerner

    Wednesday, the House Ways and Means Committee sent a letter to the Department of Justice outlining evidence the investigation has uncovered which recommends former IRS official Lois Lerner be criminally prosecuted for violating taxpayers’ rights,…

  • Walker County Fair Competition Update

    At the Rabbit Meat Pen show Tuesday at the Walker County Fair, 9-year-old Mackenzie Dixon’s fryers garnered Grand Champion honors. Eight-year-old Ryan Schur’s rabbits won Reserve Grand Champion. In the swine competition, New Waverly High…

  • Town Hall Meeting Tonight

    At the last session of the Huntsville City Council, Ward #4 Councilmember Joe Rodriguez announced that there was a Town Hall Meeting in Elkins Lake scheduled for tonight at six . . . . TOWNHALL4-8-14…

  • Arts Proposals Meeting Tomorrow

    City of Huntsville Cultural Services Coordinator Linda Pease informs us that artists and art organizations are invited to attend a meeting regarding arts proposals at the Wynne Home Art Center at 5:30 tomorrow, Thursday .…

  • President Obama in Texas

    President Obama is scheduled to attend a memorial ceremony today at Fort Hood’s Sadowski Field to remember three soldiers who lost their lives in last week’s shootings. Tomorrow, the President and First Lady Michelle Obama…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift last Friday a vehicle burglary was investigated in the 200 block of I-45 South. An assault case was investigated in the 2000 block of Avenue N 1/2.…

  • Attorney General Eric Holder Grilled by Oversight Committee

    The questions and answers flew “fast and furious,” if you’ll pardon the reference, as the House Judiciary Oversight Committee grilled Obama Administration Attorney General Eric Holder Tuesday. For example, Ohio Republican Representative Jim Jordan brought…

  • Monday’s Top Fair Winners

    At Monday night’s Walker County Lamb Show, sixteen-year-old New Waverly High School student Morgean Schultz and her heavyweight division lamb won the Grand Champion award. The Reserve Grand Champion prize was given to 16-year-old New…

  • Add-ons to Sales at Fair

    The Premium Junior Livestock Sale at the Walker County Fair will be out at the Main Building this Thursday evening at 7. Walker County Fair Association President Bobby Lane tells us anyone who wishes may…

  • Folk Festival Recruiting Volunteers

    The General Sam Houston Folk Festival is scheduled to begin on May 2nd, and Director/Instructor Mary Allen-Keating is teaching festival performers how to interact and entertain visitors and looking for people to help out .…