Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Constitution Day Celebrated This Week At SHSU

    With the U.S. Supreme Court upholding its more recent reputation with its contentious decisions, Sam Houston State University will take a look at some of the country’s most controversial social and political issues on Sept.…

  • Trinity Rural Water Supply-Trinity, Tx-Cancellation of Boil Water Notice

    On FM 356 from Pine Forest Acres to Reynolds Boat Storage to include Pine Forest Acres, Barretts Landing, Camp Branch Acres, Harts Creek, York Road and Chita Carlisle Road the Trinity Rural Water Supply Corporation…

  • Commissioners Meet This Afternoon

    This morning at nine Walker County Commissioners will formally call their meeting to order and break for a recess until one this afternoon in order for the court and staff to attend the funeral of…

  • Plot Against Pope Disrupted

    Sunday, on “ABC This Week,” Head of the Homeland Security Committee, Texas Congressman Mike McCaul, said the U-S has “disrupted one particular case” of a plot against Pope Francis in advance to his visit to…

  • County Gets TIF Grant And FEMA Reimbursement

    Our guest on “Around Town” this weekend was Precinct #2 Commissioner Ronnie White who informed us the County has received a TIF grant, or TxDOT County Transportation Infrastructure Fund Grant program, and a reimbursement from…

  • SHSU Criminal Justice Lecture Series Returns This Week

    The SHSU College of Criminal Justice’s Real Talk with CJ series is back. Publications Coordinator Beth Kuhles tells us more . . . .

  • Sam Houston Museum Photo Contest

    If you think you’ve got a knack for taking photographs, Sam Houston Memorial Museum Marketing Coordinator Megan Buro has some information you might be interested in . . . .   All entries will be…

  • 9-11 Attack Remembered Today

    On the morning of September 11th, 2001 a call went out for help on Fire Department Radio Dispatch in New York City . . . .   In total, the 9-11 terrorist attacks took the…

  • Commissioner Bobby Warren Dies

    Former Walker County Precinct #3 Commissioner Bobby Warren passed away this week. Thursday we talked with County Judge Danny Pierce about Mr. Warren . . . .   Mr. Warren is survived by his wife…

  • Lister Found Guilty

    Thursday, Cedric Charles Lister was convicted of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in 278th District Court. The trial was over the stabbing of 43-year-od Stanley Garmon over a domino game gambling debt. Lister’s punishment…