Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Commissioners’ Court Meets

    Walker County Commissioners meet for a regular session at the courthouse this morning at nine. Deputy Walker County Emergency Management Coordinator Sherri Pegoda will discuss for approval the Walker County Criminal Justice Community Plan. Emergency…

  • Head Start Program Needs Donations for Kids

    Fifty families in our area have been identified by Huntsville’s Head Start program in need of assistance for Christmas for their children. Donations should be taken to the Head Start headquarters by tomorrow. The facility…

  • CERT Coordinator Joe Connell Talks About Volunteers Efforts

    As you may have heard from our guest, Community Emergency Response Team Coordinator Joe Connell on “Around Town” over the weekend, the organization is still taking volunteers. On the program, he filled us in on…

  • Obama Calls for Cyber Activity Review in Regard to Election

    At the White House press briefing Friday, Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz told reporters that, “The president instructed the intelligence community to conduct a full review” of what he said, “was the pattern of malicious…

  • Gas Leak on 11th Street Reported Thursday Afternoon

    At 9:46 last night we received an email from the City that said: “City of Huntsville Emergency Management Coordinator John Waldo has confirmed that CenterPoint Energy expects to complete initial repairs on the gas line…

  • John Glenn has Died

    John Glenn, the first American to be shot into space to orbit our planet, has died. He was 95. He passed away Thursday at the Ohio State Cancer Center. If anyone defined “American hero,” it…

  • Community Emergency Response Team Looking for Volunteers

    Walker County Community Emergency Response Team coordinator Joe Connell informs us that his organization is looking to start a class on January 9th which will run 4 days of that week and then one day…

  • Hourly Parking Rate Reduced

    The City Council has approved a reduction of the hourly rate on the MobileNOW! paid parking system along Bobby K. Marks Drive and Bearkat Boulevard. The new hourly fee was reduced from $1.25  to $1.00 per hour…

  • SHSU Sorority Member Raises $2,000 for SAAFE House

    In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October, Mary Kay, Inc., and Alpha Chi Omega sorority partnered to help raise awareness of dating abuse and domestic violence on college campuses across the United States…

  • Paul Ryan on Transition from Obamacare

    Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan spoke to reporters in Washington Thursday during his weekly briefing. He said there will be a transition period from Obamacare to a new kind of insurance coverage .…