Articles Tagged “City”

  • Early Voting Update

    Walker County elections manager Julie Cooper informs us that the total number of voters checked-in during early voting last Friday was 109.  This makes for a total of 502 voters checked-in during the first week…

  • Commissioners Meet Today

    Walker County Commissioners meet for a regular session at nine this morning. Commissioners will receive several reports–the Technology Monthly report, the Appraisal District Monthly report and the Treasurer’s Monthly Investment report. Walker County Emergency Management…

  • “Pitch, Hit and Run” Tomorrow in Huntsville

    You and your kids are invited to join the City of Huntsville Parks & Recreation Department on Saturday, March 26th, for the Scotts Major League Baseball “Pitch, Hit & Run Competition” at Kate Barr Ross…

  • HOT Fund Grants Available

    As you may have heard, we interviewed the City of Huntsville’s Cultural Services Coordinator, Linda Pease, over the weekend on “Around Town.” She not only updated us on the spring classes coming up at the…

  • 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…

  • Trinity ISD Meets Tonight

    The Trinity ISD Board of Trustees meets tonight in the Administration Building at six. They will recognize the TMS One Act Play and also Employees of the Month Dot Paske, Meranda Johnson and Misty Coleman.…

  • New Water Fountains in Parks

    The City of Huntsville’s Water Division has announced in the This Week in Huntsville Publication that the City has completed installing its first water bottle filling station. The station is located in Eastham Thomason Park…

  • City Manager Benoit Explains 4B Proposal

    Various possible City programs and projects were discussed by Huntsville’s City Manager Matt Benoit at Tuesday night’s State of the City Address. A new plan under consideration is the 4B proposal. Mr. Benoit explained it…

  • No Hazardous Weather Expected Today

    The National Weather Service reports that hazardous weather is not expected today. Emergency service personnel had been on standby as heavy rains swept through Walker County over the weekend. Walker County Dispatch told us no…

  • Huntsville Public Library Has Several Programs For Kids

    The Huntsville Public Library is a great place to take the kids for reading material as well as other activities geared to their age. Children’s coordinator Rachel McPhail filled us in recently on some of…