Articles Tagged “AM”

  • SHSU Graduation Ahead

    Sam Houston State University will inaugurate its first commencement season featuring three sets of ceremonies with three speakers whose work has had an impact on the city, region and state. SHSU Associate Director of Communications…

  • Job Fair at HISD

    A District Job Fair is planned for Saturday, April 16th, from 9 AM to 12 NOON at the HISD Support & Learning Center located at 1010 8th Street by the west end of Mance Park…

  • HISD Sets up Fund for Family of Children in Fatal Accident

    According to HISD’s website, the district has set up a fund to collect donations for the family of 3 children who attended Stewart Elementary who passed away in a tragic car accident on April 2nd.…

  • Daylight Saving Time Coming

    Daylight Saving Time starts this weekend. Sunday at 2 AM, March 13th, clocks are to be turned forward 1 hour.

  • GOP Debate in Detroit and a Romney Speech in Utah Today

    Taking a look at national politics going on today. The Fox Republican presidential debate will be tonight at 8 in Detroit at the Fox Theatre. Also, former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will be giving…

  • Prescribed Burn Began at 10 this Morning

    The Forest Service advised us that a prescribed burn was scheduled to begin this morning at 10 AM in Walker and Montgomery Counties for Compartments 27 & 28, FM 1375, and FS 215/Stubblefield Lake Road. …

  • Crime Stoppers Seeking Information on Local Crimes

    Taking a look at local crimes for Crime Stoppers– Last Saturday, February 6th, around 5:39 AM the Timewise Chevron in the 3000 block of SH 30 at IH 45 was broken into by four unknown…

  • Tree Sale Ahead

    Mark your calendar for next weekend. The Walker County Proud Communities is having there Tree Sale, Saturday, February 6th, from 7 AM to Noon at the Walker County Storm Shelter at 455 Highway 75 North…

  • Pesticide Applicator Class

    Local Extension Agent Reg Leppley tells us that Texas A&M AgriLife Extension of Walker County will be cohosting a Pesticide Applicator Recertification class in conjunction with the Walker County Soil and Water Conservation District on…

  • “More God, Less Crime” Event Ahead At Prison Museum

    Coming up on November 7th, First United Methodist Church Associate Pastor Mark Pickett tells us they will be hosting a “More God Less Crime” Conference at the Texas Prison Museum that begins at 10 AM.…