Articles Posted in the News Category

  • CASA Welcoming Volunteers

    Our guest on “Around Town” over the weekend was CASA of Huntsville, San Jacinto & Trinity Counties program coordinator, Janet Davidson. CASA trains volunteers on how be the voice of abused and neglected children. Volunteers…

  • Walker County Alumni & Friends Social

    The Walker County Alumni & Friends Association will have a social at the beautiful Sandel Ranch at 419 Davis Road on Monday, September 11 at 5:30 p.m.  The event will feature a great fajita meal…

  • Clean-Up Supplies Available

    Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator Sherri Pegoda informs us that clean up supplies will be handed out behind the Walker County Sheriff’s Office at the OEM Warehouse Saturday September 2, 2017 between 10am-2pm. Those in the…

  • SOLID WASTE UPDATE–TRASH, TREE LIMBS, YARD WASTE, STORM DEBRIS AND HEAVY TRASH

    Beginning Monday, September 4, Labor Day, the City’s Solid Waste Division will resume picking up on their regular schedule. We urge all customers with large tree limbs, yard waste, storm debris, or heavy trash to call the…

  • Breaking News: Walker County Approved for Public Assistance & Individual Assistance

    Congressman Kevin Brady just called the Walker County Emergency Operation Center and informed them that Walker County has been approved for Public Assistance as well as Individual Assistance. Those with flood damage to their homes…

  • Hurricane Harvey Affects Mail Delivery of Federal Checks-Will Be Available at Post Office

    A news release from the Social Security Administration and other information passed along by KBTX Channel 3 News and others reports that the post office, because of the local flooding affects of Hurricane Harvey curtailing…

  • CASA Needs Volunteers

    CASA, or Court-Appointed Special Advocates, of Huntsville, San Jacinto & Trinity Counties, will begin their training soon. The deadline for signing up to be a volunteer is September 8th. CASA volunteers are trained on how…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday several thefts were reported. In the 1000 block of Highway 75 North a known suspect stole property. A known suspect and unknown suspect stole property in…

  • Texas Atty. Gen. Paxton Releases Statement on Harvey Insurance Claims & HB 1774

    In light of incorrect information circulating on social media, Attorney General Ken Paxton has issued the following statement about property insurance claims in areas affected by Hurricane Harvey. He says,“There has been much misinformation, some…

  • FEMA Needs More Volunteers and More Time

    The recovery from Hurricane Harvey is going to take more volunteers, and it’s going to take time.  FEMA Director Brock Long addressed reporters on the situation Thursday . . . .