Articles Tagged “August”

  • SHSU Summer Commencement Speaker Chosen

    SHSU graduate and Attorney Alan Tinsley will return to the campus on August 2nd to share his thoughts and experiences with the university’s summer graduates as the year’s commencement speaker. SHSU’s Manager of Communications Jennifer…

  • Spanish Lessons Offered At Library

    Beginning Tuesday, August 12, the Huntsville Public Library will again host free beginner and advanced Spanish lessons led by instructor Beth Williamson. City Librarian Linda Dodson says, “The Library is fortunate to have Beth Williamson…

  • HISD Trustees Meet To Choose Interim Superintendent

    HISD Trustees met last night for their regular board meeting. The Board unanimously chose Deputy Superintendent Sonny Cruse as their interim superintendent. He will take over the post from retiring Superintendent, Dr. Steve Johnson, beginning…

  • Contract for 4-Way Signage Postponed This Week

    The Huntsville City Council issue of beginning a contract for the design and administration with fd2s design firm in Austin of way-finding signage continued at this week’s session. Mayor Mac Woodward spoke in reference to…

  • Genealogy Weekend Scheduled

    Huntsville Public Library Adult Programming Coordinator Denise Tilson tells us, “The library and Walker County Genealogical Society are co-hosting the Frances Sprott Goforth Memorial Genealogy Weekend on Friday, August 8th, beginning at 8:45 AM and…

  • “Diva Night” Still Has Tickets Available

    Huntsville-Walker County Events & Communications Manager Laura Green tells us that their “Diva Night” is coming up on Thursday, August 14th . . . . DIVANIGHT7-8-14 You can purchase tickets at the Chamber, Curves, Lisa’s…

  • HISD Superintendent To Retire This Summer

    During the Special Called Meeting of the HISD Board of Trustees last night, Superintendent Steve Johnson announced that he will be retiring later this summer. Johnson commented that he “felt the timing was right.” He…

  • “Dust Bowl Motel” Play Auditions Tonight & Tomorrow

    The play “Dust Bowl Motel,” written by Scott McCarley and Jim Roth, is coming to Huntsville in August. Auditions will get underway tonight. Co-author Scott McCarley tells us more . . . . DUSTBOWL7-1-14  

  • “Diva Night” Tickets Available

    Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce Events & Communications Manager Laura Green tells us that the Fifth Annual “Diva Night” is coming up on August 14th in the LSC Ballroom . . . . DIVA6-30-14

  • HISD Board Discusses Request for Qualifications for An Architect Firm Tuesday Night

    Tuesday, the HISD Board of Trustees met for a regular session. One of the district issues they focused on was a Request for Qualifications, or RFQ, for an architectural company to work alongside the district…