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  • Memorial Day Program

    A Memorial Day program was held at the Veterans Conference Center last night. Jan Cole played a World War II field organ donated by Jack and Sue Compton in memory of Reverend John Hassler. The…

  • SHSU Opens New Woodlands Center

    SHSU will join with the South Montgomery Woodlands Chamber of Commerce for the grand opening of the University’s new academic facility in the Woodlands on Wednesday, May 30th, at 2 PM. SHSU Associate Director of…

  • Memorial Day Service Set for Monday

    This Monday, May 28th, there will be a special Memorial Day Service at the HEARTS Veterans Museum Conference Center. Starting around 6:30, Jan Cole will feature prelude music. HEARTS Veterans Museum Chairman Richie Harris tells…

  • Commissioners’ Jail Workshop Held Thursday

    Walker County Commissioners, Sheriff Clint McRae, Jail Administrator Captain Steve Fisher, and jail project Architect Ken Burns met Thursday morning to discuss approval of the design development of the plans for the Walker County jail…

  • Wildlife Rehabilitation Available

    Now is the time of year of newly born wildlife squirrels, rabbits, raccoons, and fawns. Some may be injured or lost. If you come across native Texas wildlife in need of help, you can call…

  • Downtown Walking Tour Tomorrow

    If you’d like to take a special tour of Huntsville on foot, you can do so tomorrow. It all starts at the gazebo on the courthouse lawn at 2 PM. Main Street Coordinator Kim McCauliffe…

  • New Wynne Home Art Exhibits Saturday

    Our guest this past weekend on “Around Town” was City of Huntsville Cultural Services Coordinator Linda Pease who tells us two new exhibits will be going up inside the Wynne Home. She said, “These exhibits…

  • “Council Coffee” for Interim City Manager Chuck Pinto Held Tuesday

    The Huntsville City Council held a “Council Coffee” so local citizens could meet interim City Manager Chuck Pinto Tuesday afternoon at City Hall. We asked him about what City Council issues he’s been involved with…

  • Fire Safety Outdoors Urged during Memorial Day Weekend

    Texas Forest Service staff forester Jake Donellan tells us that because we’re coming up on the Memorial Day holiday weekend a lot of people will be outdoors to celebrate . . . . [audio:http://ksam1017.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/FIRESAF5-22-12.mp3|titles=FIRESAF5-22-12]

  • SHSU Bearkat Softball 16 (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    SOFTBALL: Two Shutouts & A No-Hitter

    GoBearkats.com Sophomore pitcher Shelby Lancaster threw her first no-hitter as a Bearkat and senior Tomi Garrison limited Southeastern Louisiana to four hits as Sam Houston shut out the Lions twice 3-0 and 1-0 in a Southland…