Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Congressman Brady Comments on Pro-Growth Tax Code

    A major overhaul of the 70,000-page federal tax code was introduced to citizen scrutiny Wednesday. The plan would reduce the present seven individual income tax brackets to only two–10% and 25%. A number of tax…

  • Huntsville FFA Attends Annual Texas FFA Day at Capitol

    Huntsville FFA attended the fifth annual Agricultural Education and Texas FFA Day at the Capitol hosted by the Texas FFA Association and the Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association of Texas. The Day at the Capitol was…

  • Representative John Otto Spoke to Rotarians Wednesday

    Our State Representative John Otto spoke to Huntsville Rotarians Wednesday about budget issues. In the 83rd Legislative Session, Representative Otto was appointed to the House Appropriations Committee and served as chair of the Education Subcommittee.…

  • Public Viewing of 2014 Instructional Materials Coming to HHS

    Huntsville Independent School District is providing an opportunity for viewing and public feedback on materials submitted to the district for adoption in Elementary and Middle school Mathematics, Elementary through High School Science and  Elementary through…

  • Bank Scam Phone Call Alert

    According to a story on KBTX, the Better Business Bureau of Brazos Valley has released to the media that certain automated phone calls that claim they are from Prosperity Bank and seek personal information are…

  • Severe Weather Week Coming Up

    As the time for severe weather in Texas nears, Walker County Emergency Coordinator Butch Davis is preparing his department. First with an exercise today and then a drill next week . . . . SEVWEAT2-26-14…

  • The “Art Guys” at Wynne Home Tonight

    Cultural Services Coordinator of the Wynne Home, Linda Pease, tells us that “The Art Guys” are coming back to the Wynne Home Art Center today to talk about their art . . . . ARTGUYS2-26-14

  • HISD Board Does Not Approve Bond Election in May

    At Tuesday’s special called meeting of the HISD Board of Trustees, board members voted unanimously not to have a bond election in May. Board president J-T Langley commented that there are other district issues that…

  • Historical Commission Office Request Approved

    The Walker County Historical Commission has been seeking more space for their work and asked commissioners again in Monday’s session of the court for office space in the Annex. The Commission’s Lois Blake addressed commissioners…

  • Lunch & Learn Banquet Next Week

    Our local Chamber continues their Lunch & Learn Series next week. Events & Communications Manager Laura Green has the info . . . . CHAMBGREEN2-25-14 For reservations, call 295-8113. Tickets are $15.