Articles Tagged “August”

  • City Gives Notice of Drawing for Ballot Order

    The City is giving notice of a drawing to determine the order in which the names of candidates are to be printed on the ballot for the November 8th election in Huntsville. The drawing will…

  • Falk Trial Hearing on Moving Trial Set for August 15th

    The Huntsville Item reports that on August 15th a hearing will be convened in 278th Judicial District Court where a ruling could be made on where the retrial of TDCJ inmate John Ray Falk, Jr.…

  • Brazos/Grimes/ Walker County FSA Accepting Emergency Conservation Program Applications

    Brazos/Grimes/Walker County USDA Farm Service Agency Executive Director Jessica Gonzalez announces that the three counties are approved to accept applications for the Emergency Conservation Program to address damages from severe storm, flooding and damage. ECP…

  • Diabetes Workshop at HMH

    If you are suffering from diabetes, Huntsville Memorial Hospital is sponsoring a special workshop in conjunction with the Walker County Healthy Initiatives program. The 6-week course starts tomorrow (today) and runs through August 16th. Lisa…

  • Teacher Welcome Packets

    School bells will soon be ringing in local districts as summer is just about over for teachers and students. Huntsville and New Waverly districts will have their first day of classes on Monday, August 22nd,…

  • Chamber Diva Night Coming

    The Chamber’s Events & Communications manager Laura Green informs us that their 7th Annual “Diva Night” is coming up on Friday, August 12th . . . .   Ms. Green said, “We are going to…

  • Stubblefield Lake Road Bridge to Close for Repairs

    In Commissioners court Monday, Precinct #4 Commissioner Jimmy Henry discussed with commissioners the notification regarding Stubblefield Lake Road Bridge being closed for repair July 11th through August 4th or longer, weather permitting . . .…

  • TSU System Approves Campus Carry Policies

    KBTX 3 reports that the Texas State University System has given their approval to campus carry policies. Sam Houston State University is included under the policy. In the policy, guns have been prohibited at certain…

  • In talking with Huntsville’s City Manager Matt Benoit recently, we asked him to update us on the outcome of recent studies for the City coming to a conclusion, and the possibility of a bond election…

  • Intoxicated Driver Sentenced to 18 Years

    The Huntsville Item reports that Tuesday in Judge Hal Ridley’s 278th Judicial District Court 38-year-old John Ashley pleaded guilty to intoxication manslaughter and received a sentence of 18 years in prison. In the early morning…