Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Today Is Election Day

    Polls will be open today for elections at all Walker county polling places from 7 AM to 7 PM. To find your polling location log on to the Walker County website at co.walker.tx.us or call…

  • Coats & Cash Homeless Veterans Drive Still Accepting Donations

    The Coats & Cash Drive for homeless veterans is still underway in Huntsville. Local Melvin White VFW Post Commander David Lanoue is living as a homeless veteran for 72 hours in the Shenanigan’s parking lot…

  • Development Code Informational Meetings Ahead

    City of Huntsville Director of Development Services Aron Kulhavy tells us that the City’s Planning Division in conjunction with the Planning and Zoning Commission will be holding three meetings to receive public feedback on proposed…

  • Conroe VA Clinic Offers Expanded Facilities

    If you’re a veteran who uses the Conroe VA Clinic facilities, Congressman Kevin Brady passes along some good news . . . .  

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville police news, on the day shift last Sunday an unknown person forced entry into a commercial storage unit and stole property in the 300 block of Highway 75 north. A residential burglary was…

  • Early Voting Tally

    Walker County’s election department reports a total of 603 Voters voting in person Friday. The Grand Total of Early Voting in person is 4,993.  The regular election day is tomorrow, November 4th.

  • Local Girl Wins Punt, Pass and Kick In Dallas

    On Saturday Audra Hester, a freshman at Alpha Omega Academy in Huntsville, won the NFL Punt, Pass and Kick Team Championship at the Dallas Cowboy’s AT&T Stadium. To achieve the team championship, Hester had to…

  • Three HISD Superintendent Applicants To be Interviewed

    For the next three evenings, in closed session, beginning at 6:30 there will be dinner and a social gathering separately with each of three superintendent applicants and the HISD Board of Trustees along with Board…

  • Former “Walls Unit” Warden To Give Talk On Unit’s History

    The Walls Unit in Huntsville is Texas’s oldest state prison and houses the most active execution chamber in the country. This week, one of its former wardens, Jim Willet, will be speaking about some of…

  • HEARTS Veterans Museum Needs Volunteers

    During this month which features Veterans Day, you might consider starting to volunteer at the HEARTS Veterans Museum in Huntsville. Museum President Richie Harris tells us they are looking for volunteers . . . .…