Articles Tagged “com”

  • Bearkats Power Through to NCAA Victory Over Cal Poly

    Defense Powers Kats to NCAA Victory

    The Bearkats didn’t know much about Cal Poly two weeks ago, when they were pitted against the co-champions of the Big Sky Conference for the second round of the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs. But they had learned enough about the Mustangs by the end of their narrow 18-16 win on Saturday.

  • “Harnessing Huntsville’s Potential” Study Underway

    A large crowd of concerned Walker County citizens showed up for the “Harnessing Huntsville’s Potential” presentation at the library Thursday night. The regional planning group “Design Workshop” is putting together a study for our area.…

  • Downtown Christmas Fair Saturday

    Huntsville Main Street Program Coordinator Kim McCauliffe is inviting you to celebrate Christmas downtown this weekend . . . . [audio:http://ksam1017.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/DOWNFAIR11-28-12.mp3|titles=DOWNFAIR11-28-12]

  • Crime Stopper Food Drive at Wal Mart Tomorrow

    You’re asked to bring your canned goods and non-perishable food donations this Saturday to the entrance at Wal-Mart in Huntsville where Walker County-Huntsville Crime Stopper volunteers are collecting them for the Good Shepherd Mission. Mission…

  • City Manager Discussion Continues

    For several months, City councilmembers have been in the process of finding and hiring a new City Manager for Huntsville. This week councilmembers interviewed four finalist candidates for the position. Councilmembers will get back together…

  • “Harnessing Huntsville” & Neighborhood Stabilization Houses Info

    Don’t forget the special community discussion on Harnessing Huntsville’s Potential is tonight from 6 to 8 at the Huntsville Public Library. Your invited to join the community conversation on prioritizing and implementing housing, education, and…

  • Council Slashes Budget Deficit & Moves Forward on City Manager Selection

    An aggressively forward-moving City Council met last night and said goodbye to interim City Manager Chuck Pinto who left them on a positive note.  Following the passage of a budget amendment, that one- million-dollar deficit…

  • Kevin Brady Comments on Susan Rice Nomination

    Our 8th District Congressman Kevin Brady comments on the proposed nomination of Susan Rice to the Secretary of State post in the Obama administration . . . . [audio:http://ksam1017.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/BRADRICE11-27-12.mp3|titles=BRADRICE11-27-12]

  • Butch Davis Comments on Burn Ban

    In Walker County Commissioners Court Monday morning, County Judge Danny Pierce implemented a burn ban for Walker County following an update on area conditions from Emergency Management Coordinator Butch Davis . . . . [audio:http://ksam1017.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/BUTCHBURN11-26-12.mp3|titles=BUTCHBURN11-26-12]…

  • SHSU Tree of Light Ceremony Tonight

    SHSU’s 92nd annual Tree of Light Ceremony will be tonight at six at Bearkat Plaza. Associate Director of Student Activities Brandon Cooper says, “All SHSU faculty, staff, students, alumni, and the Huntsville community are invited…