Articles Tagged “com”

  • HVAC Replacement Approved for D-A’s Building

    With summer here, not only is the Courthouse air conditioning system to be improved–they’ll be working on the District Attorney’s office building, as well. This week, Walker County Commissioner’s Court considered a bid for HVAC…

  • Commissioners Approve Repairing Environmental Control System at Courthouse

    At Monday’s session of Walker County Commissioners’ Court, Commissioners looked into the issue of the environmental control system at the courthouse. McCaffety Electric’s Rob McCaffety and Hunton Trane Systems’ Mike Bee were there to answer…

  • Walker County Transit Plan Public Comment Scheduled

    Coming up, there will be a public meeting to receive comment on the draft of the Walker County Transit Plan with members of the Houston-Galveston Area Council, local elected officials, and Walker County community leaders.…

  • Commissioners’ Court Okays “i-Pads”

    After lengthy discussion, weighing the pros and cons, Walker County Commissioners voted at their regular session this week to approve allowing county employees, at department head approval, to purchase personal i-Pads and have the County…

  • Immediate Burn Ban Implementation Approved for Judge Pierce

    Because of fluctuations toward dryness in the Keetch-Byram Index numbers, a drought index designed for fire potential assessment, Administrative Assistant to County Judge Danny Pierce, Sherri Pegoda, requested in Court Monday that Commissioners allow the…

  • Roxie Douglas Scholarship Banquet

    The Roxie Douglas Scholarship Foundation and Learning Institute have chosen Huntsville High School seniors Kriston Minor and Ceidra Coleman as their scholarship recipients for 2012. This year’s Humanitarians are First National Bank president James Coleman,…

  • Commissioners Move Forward on New Jail

    Plans for the new Walker County Jail are moving forward. Steps are underway for proposals from a “C-MAR,” a Construction Manager at Risk for the project. An agenda item authorizing Burns Architecture to proceed with…

  • HCT Children’s Production of “Wizard of Oz” this Weekend

    Huntsville Community Theatre is putting on a wonderful children’s production soon. We recently talked with assistant director David Keithley . . . . [audio:http://ksam1017.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/HCTOZ6-11-12.mp3|titles=HCTOZ6-11-12]

  • SHSU Bearkat Baseball (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    BASEBALL: Azar Named ABCA All-Region

    Sam Houston State designated hitter Anthony Azar has earned a postseason recognition this week by being named to the ABCA All-South Central Region Team as a first team selection.

    Azar led the Bearkats in 2012 with a .354 batting average. The sophomore from The Woodlands also had a team high three home runs, 38 RBI, 10 doubles and a .402 on base percentage. He had an OPS of .899 which was also tops on the club…

  • SHSU Biologists Honored

    SHSU Associate Director of Communications, Julia May, tells us that two of SHSU’s professors have been selected as exemplary biologists for participation in the research residency of the American Society for Microbiology’s Biology Scholars program…