Articles Tagged “com”

  • Commissioners Approve Amendment to Marsh Darcy Consultant Contract

    At Monday’s special session of Walker County Commissioners, Commissioners discussed amending a contract with the Marsh Darcy consulting firm in an amount not over $2,500 dollars for professional services in regard to a tax abatement…

  • Mayor Woodward Update on City Manager Search

    At Tuesday evening’s session of the Huntsville City Council, Mayor Mac Woodward reported that last Monday and Tuesday representatives of the SGR personnel search firm were in Huntsville. He said they got together with the…

  • Book Underway on Captain Joe Byrd Cemetery

    A book on part of the history of the Huntsville area is underway by an SHSU graduate who is now a professor at Indiana State University. SHSU Criminal Justice Public Relations Officer Beth Kuhles has…

  • Commissioners Move Ahead on New County Jail

    Monday morning, Walker County Commissioners moved forward in their efforts to build a new Walker County Jail. We talked with County Purchasing Agent Linda McKenzie . . . . [audio:http://ksam1017.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/JAIL1-7-16-12.mp3|titles=JAIL#1-7-16-12] Sedalco President Tom Kader attended…

  • Chamber of Commerce New Teacher Project Underway

    The Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce education committee is actively pursuing a project right now. Chamber President Carol Smith tells us more . . . . [audio:http://ksam1017.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/TEACHAPP7-16-12.mp3|titles=TEACHAPP7-16-12] Drop your donations off at the Chamber office…

  • SHSU Football Dinner & Auction Coming Up

    SHSU’S 24TH Annual football dinner and auction is set for Friday, July 27th, at the Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum. Doors will open and the silent auction will begin at 5 PM. Assistant Coach Ben Beasley…

  • Geneaology Lock-in Planned

    Huntsville Public Library Adult Services and Interlibrary Loan Coordinator, Denise Tilson, informs us that the library and the Genealogical Society, after a year of no lock-ins, are having a summer lock-in on Friday, August 17th,…

  • Senator Cornyn on Eric Holder’s Texas Voter ID Comments

    Closing arguments were set to begin in federal court in Washington this morning at a trial which will decide the legality of the Texas voter ID law. A three-judge panel will determine whether the law…

  • Main Street Program Planning Music Event this Fall

    Huntsville’s Main Street program is already looking forward to events for the fall. We talked with Main Street Coordinator Kim McCauliffe . . . . [audio:http://ksam1017.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/KIMMAINST7-12-12.mp3|titles=KIMMAINST7-12-12] For more info, on the web go to huntsvillemainstreet.com.

  • New Display on Dogs at Texas Prison Museum

    Texas Prison Museum director Jim Willett will be our guest on “Around Town” this Sunday. Jim tells us one of the new exhibits at the museum is on dogs. One new display is on the…