Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Early Primary Voting Update

    Walker County Elections Department Elections Manager Julie Cooper informs us that the total number of voters checked-in during early voting Wednesday, February 17th, was 285–of those voters, 48 voted in the Democratic Primary and 237…

  • Former Bin Laden Aide in Video

    Former Usama bin Laden aide, 56-year-old Ibrahim al Qosi, was released from the U-S facility at Guantanamo Bay in 2012. Now it’s been uncovered that he is a major voice of Al Qaeda in the…

  • Radio & Police Body-Cam Grants Applied For

    At this week’s session of the Huntsville City Council, councilmembers approved applying for grants for $93,600, $66,700 and $99,900 with a matching frund requirement for one for $16,600. The grants are for body cameras for…

  • HISD Board Meets Tonight

    The HISD Board of Trustees will meet for a regular session at six tonight at the Hawkins Administration Building. Assistant Superintendent for Business Administration, Kevin Stanford, will present “Bright Spots.” The Board will recognize students…

  • Texas Independence & Sam Houston Birthday Celebrations Ahead

    The 35th Annual Texas Independence Day and General Sam Houston Birthday commemoration will be on March 2nd. From the Sam Houston Statue Visitor Center, spokesperson Jamie Matthews updates us . . . .   Ms.…

  • Early Primary Voting Update

    Walker County Elections Department Elections Manager Julie Cooper reports that the total number of voters checked-in during early voting Tuesday, February 16th, was 333.   Of those voters, 44 voted in the Democratic Primary and…

  • Sculptor David Adickes Offers City Presidential Busts

    The well-known and respected sculptor who sculpted Huntsville’s famous giant statue of Sam Houston out on I-45, David Adickes, is offering to give the City a set of his presidential busts. He addressed the city…

  • Growth Causes SHSU to Adjust Graduation Ceremony Schedules

    As Sam Houston State University student population rises, the university continues to adjust to that growth. SHSU Manager of Communication, Jennifer Gauntt, updates us . . . .

  • SHSU Production of Cardenio Begins

    The Sam Houston State University Department of Theatre and Musical Theatre invites the public to get swept up in a tangle of love stories as depicted in the upcoming production of “Cardenio.” “Cardenio,” written by…

  • Candidate Filing Open for City’s At-Large Position #1

    The City of Huntsville passes along that candidate filing continues through March 7th. Ballot applications are being accepted for the May 7th Special Election to fill a Vacancy. Andy Brauninger’s election as Mayor in December…