Articles Tagged “com”

  • Huntsville Leadership Institute Announces Huntsville Proud Project

    The Huntsville Leadership Institute has done many worthwhile projects to contribute to the improvement of the community over the years. The current Institute Class, number 33, is not any different. At this week’s Huntsville City…

  • Two Steps – One Sticker Program Coming March 1st

    Beginning March 1, 2015, your vehicle will no longer be issued an inspection sticker, and your registration sticker will serve as combined proof of inspection and registration. How It Works– Step 1: From March 1,…

  • Officer In TDCJ Bus Crash Released From Lubbock Hospital

    According to the website Everything Lubbock.com, TDCJ has reported that correctional officer Jason Self, who was injured in a bus crash near Penwell on January 14th, has now been released from Lubbock’s University Medical Center.…

  • Big Crowd Turnout For MLK Celebration

    It was a packed house for the Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration at the MLK Center in Huntsville Monday afternoon. A good number of speakers were there and special entertainment was featured by the Angels…

  • MLK Day Celebrated In Huntsville Today

    Today is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. As usual, there will be a special celebration in Huntsville. Program spokesperson Vanetta Mills tells us more . . . .  

  • SHSU Offers Martin Luther King Jr. Week

    SHSU Manager of Communications Jennifer Gauntt informs us that the university’s department of history will pay homage to the upcoming anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, and one of the men who worked to make…

  • Texas Veterans Ap Available For Phones

    At last Thursday’s Wounded Warrior Banquet, Associate Commissioner for Veterans Services, Dr. Suzanna Hupp, filled everyone in on the Texas Veteran App for phones. She said it’s free and can be accessed via your market…

  • Dr. Hoyt Comments On Opportunities for Older Adult Learners

    Sam Houston State University not only offers a chance to get a degree for young students. They’re open to helping adults, who are older than the typical student, earn a degree in their field. We…

  • Wounded Warrior Banquet Held Thursday Night

    A patriotic crowd filled the Walker County Fairgrounds for a sold-out Wounded Warriors banquet Thursday night. The banquet is a fundraiser for the Warrior Family & Support Center in San Antonio. Local speakers included veterans…

  • General Projects Fund Discussed In Commissioners’ Court

    Just to keep you up on some County money matters. At this week’s session of Walker County Commissioners’ Court, Precinct #2 Commissioner Ronnie White asked County Auditor Patricia Allen about what was the money set…