Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Family Health Fair Coming Up

    The local Chamber is putting the spotlight on your families health at a special fair coming up next week. Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce President, Carol Smith, tells us all about it . . .…

  • Congressman Brady Comments On Planned Parenthood

    The investigation into Planned Parenthood continues. Congressman Kevin Brady reports that, “Three House committees are using every investigating tool possible to get to the facts behind the gruesome practices revealed in a series of shocking…

  • Senator Corker Speaks Out on Iran Negotiation Issues

    After a previous Iran nuclear bill failed to pass, the U-S Senate continued debate yesterday on H.J. Res 61, on the disapproval of the proposed Iran nuclear agreement. Republican Senator Bob Corker from Tennessee, on…

  • Councilmembers Approve Tax Rate And Budget

    The Huntsville City Council met last night at City Hall. Among several important items on the agenda was the new tax rate. There was much discussion on what the tax rate should be. Mayor Mac…

  • Commissioners Hear Presentation On Electricity Savings

    At Monday’s session of Walker County Commissioners’ Court, Global Silicon Valley Sustainability Partners’ representative Todd Fowler explained a way for the County to save on electrical cost . . . .   Commissioners will continue…

  • Walker County Fair Jamboree Meeting Scheduled

    Coming up next week, there’s an important event connected to the Walker County Fair scheduled. One of the Walker County Fair Association Directors, Mike Riley, tells us more . . . .

  • Extension Agent Reg Leppley On Upcoming Informational Meeting

    Walker County Texas Agri-Life Extension Agent Reg Leppley tells us that the Extension Livestock and Pasture Committee will be holding an informational meeting on Thursday, September 24th, at the Walker County Agri-Life Extension Office at…

  • “Car Insurance 101″ At SHSU Tonight

    SHSU’s Student Money Management Center will team up with Student Legal and Mediation Services to present “Car Insurance 101” tonight from 6-7 p.m. in the Lowman Student Center Theater. The presentation will break down the…

  • Ag Commissioner Miller Says We Need More Young Farmers

    The Texas Ag population is aging. Ag Commissioner Sid Miller says, “The average age of farmers and ranchers here in Texas is 58.” The Texas Ag Department is working to get more youth involved in…

  • Delta State University Instructor Kills Self After Shooting Two Others

    That Delta State University instructor suspected in the shooting death of the woman he lived with, and fellow university professor, killed himself Monday. Forty-five-year-old Shannon Lamb was being chased by police on Highway 1 near…