Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Congressman Kevin Brady Comments on the Economy

    Has the economy reached the tipping point? Congressman Kevin Brady says, “There are roughly 86 million Americans who work full time in the private sector–that means along ‘Main Street.’ The number climbs to slightly over…

  • HISD Announces Hiring of New Head Boys Basketball Coach

    Huntsville ISD announces the hiring of Jay Oliphant as the new Huntsville Hornet head basketball coach. Coach Oliphant is a very familiar face in Hornet athletics as a former standout Hornet basketball player and current…

  • Huntsville Beautification Golf Tournament Ahead

    The tee-off for the Beautification Golf Tournament is coming around again. From the City’s Parks & Leisure Department, Penny Joiner tells us more . . . . HUNTSBEAU4-21-14  

  • Speakers for SHSU Commencement Chosen

    As the number of students graduating each spring continues to break records, Sam Houston State University will welcome two state senators and a Texas State University System regent to deliver commencement addresses during four ceremonies…

  • Update on Boat Safety Devices

    Local Game Warden Stephen Ingram was a recent guest on our “Around Town” program. He keeps us updated on local rules and regulations. With the boating season here, we asked him about what safety devices…

  • HISD to Host Round-Up for Pre-K and Kindergarten

    It’s Huntsville ISD Pre-Kindergarten & Kindergarten Round Up time! The district has planned a 2-day centralized event for Tuesday, May 6 and Thursday, May 8 at the HISD Transportation Center located at 95 Martin Luther…

  • Local Man Charged with Injury to a Child

    Last week, a 2-month-old child in Huntsville was flown to the pediatric intensive care unit at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston suffering from head and internal injuries. Twenty-three-year-old Brent Raynard Davison was being held in…

  • Commissioners Meet This Afternoon

    Walker County Commissioners will meet for a special session this afternoon at 2:30 in the Commissioners Courtroom. County Purchasing Agent Mike Williford will discuss with commissioners issuing a Request For Qualifications for medical services for…

  • SHSU Founders Day

    Sam Houston State University will celebrate 135 years of academic success, while paying homage to its beginnings, through the inaugural Founders Day celebration on April 26th. Founders Day will provide alumni, friends and faculty to…

  • Fishing Update from Walker County Game Warden

    It’s that time of the year when more people head outdoors to go fishing. Our guest this past weekend on “Around Town” was Walker County Game Warden Stephen Ingram. We asked him to fill us…