Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Traditional Harvest Festival Coming to Sam Houston Memorial Museum

    The Sam Houston Memorial Museum is having a special event coming up this week. Curator of Education Kathy DeYoung has the information . . . .   Ms. DeYoung said “It’s basically just a tasting.…

  • “Peter & The Starcatcher” Coming to SHSU

    SHSU’s Department of Theatre and Musical Theatre will soon be presenting Peter and the Starcatcher.   It’s a musical adaptation of a novel by a similar name. It’s a sort of prequel to Peter Pan.  Peter…

  • Wild Horse & Burro Adoption Event Coming to Navasota

    The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will hold a wild horse and burro adoption event in Navasota, Texas, November 18-19, 2016.  The two-day event at the Grimes County Expo Center will feature dozens of outstanding…

  • Early Voting Update

    Walker County Elections Manager Julie Cooper reports that the total number of voters checked-in during the final day of early voting Friday, November 4th was 1,071. This makes for a total of 12,617 voters checked-in…

  • FBI Will Not Prosecute Hillary on Email Issue

    Sunday, FBI Director James Comey said his department has looked over all of the Hillary Clinton emails recently found in an unrelated case, and that his decision in July not to prosecute her following the…

  • Three More Arrests Made in Local Skeletal Remains Case

    On Monday, September 19, officers with the Huntsville Police Department began an investigation of skeletal remains found in the area of FM 247 and Grivich Drive. Since that date, HPD detectives have been working diligently…

  • SHSU Nursing and Athletic Training Progam Students Train for Disasters

    Last Friday at Gibbs Ranch, the SHSU School of Nursing partnered with the Athletic Training Program for a learning opportunity that placed both sets of students in simulated scenarios to test their skills. The students…

  • Open House Public Meeting on I-45 Central Walker County Project Tuesday

    The Bryan District of the Texas Department of Transportation will be holding an open house meeting regarding plans to enhance freight mobility and address congestion along the I-45 corridor.  The project limits are from SH…

  • Congressman Brady Comments on Labor Issues

    Congressman Kevin Brady reports, “A top lawyer for Washington’s National Labor Relations Board wants even more restrictions that make no sense on local businesses. So, they want the government to make an outrageous intervention in…

  • Good Shepherd Mission ‘s Food Bank

    We’ve been telling you the Good Shepherd Mission Fall Food Drive is underway. The mission feeds a lot of people and are very appreciative of food donations. We talked with the Mission’s Executive Director, Reverend…