Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Livestock Competition At Fair This Week

    Animal competition at the Fair is always a big deal each year. We talked with Walker County Fair Association President Rusty Davis, and he told us the livestock shows were scheduled to begin last night…

  • Meat Goat Show Winners

    In the Fair’s livestock competition over the weekend– Shelby Lepley’s goat was chosen Grand Champion of the Meat Goat Show. Shelby’s animal also came in first place in the heavyweight division. Cade Johnson earned the…

  • 2015 Fair Queen Chosen

    Congratulations are in order for 17-year-old New Waverly High School senior Jenna Drane who was crowned 2015 Walker County Fair Queen over the weekend.

  • Huntsville Leadership Institute Scholarship Campaign Underway

    The Huntsville Leadership Institute Class 33 is selling their Huntsville Proud Campaign stickers to help raise money for scholarships for Huntsville seniors for the continuation of their education at SHSU. Class 33 member and City…

  • CPS Professional To Speak At SHSU

    This Wednesday, SHSU’s department of criminal justice will present a special program. Publications Coordinator Beth Kuhles passes along the information . . . .   Mr. Bryant will also provide tips on landing a job…

  • TxDOT “Talk, Text, Crash” Campaign

    With more people dying senselessly on Texas roads due to distracted driving, the Texas Department of Transportation kicks off its annual “Talk, Text, Crash” campaign to urge drivers to give their full attention to the…

  • Rodeo Announcer Mike Mathis On PRCA Rodeo

    The action-packed PRCA Rodeo is back at the fairgrounds. Spokesperson Mike Mathis tells us about it . . . .

  • Wynne Home Egg Hunt This Weekend

    This year, the Wynne Home is another place you can add to take your kids to do some serious Easter Egg hunting. Wynne Home Intern Constance Gable updates us . . . .

  • Nuclear Agreement Reached With Iran

    International negotiators and the U-S announced the framework for a nuclear deal with Iran yesterday. The plan contains several provisions which would require Iran to start slowing down or suspend aspects of their nuclear program…

  • Many Students Die in Shootings At University In Kenya

    One-hundred-forty-seven people were killed, and 79 people were injured in an attack by the Al-Shabaab terrorist group at Garissa University College in Kenya on Thursday. Four gunmen were also killed. Before dawn Thursday, Islamist gunmen…