Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Fair Parade Moved to Saturday

    Due to weather issues, the Walker County Fair and Rodeo parade has been moved to start Saturday morning at 9:00 with the lineup beginning at 7:30 AM at the corner of 19th Street and Avenue…

  • Missing Huntsville Man Found

    In a press release, the Huntsvile Police Department has informed local media that 27-year-old Andy Sandoval of Huntsville, who was reported missing on March 26th, was found at a local residence by HPD. They reported…

  • Walker County Fair Kids’ Projects

    The Walker County Fair continues on through the 12th. There are a lot of projects for the kids to be involved in. We talked with Walker County Fair Association President Bobby Lane . . .…

  • Thyme Unit Herb Festival at Wynne Home Tomorrow

    City of Huntsville Cultural Services Coordinator Linda Pease informs us that the Herb Festival is coming up tomorrow at the Wynne Home from 8 in the morning until 2 at 1428 11th Street . .…

  • Electronic Recycling in Huntsville Saturday

    This weekend, you’ve got another chance to divest yourself of that collection of unwanted electronic stuff stacking up around the house. Huntsville’s Solid Waste Superintendent Esther Herklotz has the information . . . . ELECRECYC4-3-14…

  • Downtown Music Series Starts Tonight

    The City of Huntsville Main Street Program’s Downtown Music Series starts this tonight.  Residents are invited to John Henry “Rather” Park from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. for the first performance of the series by…

  • Lulac Community Amigo Awards Banquet Saturday

    LULAC’s John Escobedo tells us that their organization is hosting their local LULAC Community Amigo Awards Banquet this Saturday evening beginning at six at the Veterans Conference Center . . . . LULACBANQ4-3-14  

  • Shooting in Fort Hood

    Another mass shooting at Fort Hood in Killeen has left at least 4 dead, including the gunmen, along with 16 hurt. The shooter, identified as 33-year-old Army Specialist Ivan Lopez, opened fire in two buildings…

  • Execution of Tommy Sells

    Forty-nine-year-old Tommy Lynn Sells is scheduled for execution in Huntsville today for fatally stabbing a 13-year-old South Texas girl in 1999. Sells attorneys are making a plea to the U-S Supreme Court following a federal…

  • Council Discusses Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan

    At this week’s Huntsville City Council session, councilmembers heard Director of Public Works Carol Reed present information during a first-reading of the City’s Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan. The water restriction system being changed…