Articles Tagged “com”

  • Library Part-Timers To Be Added To Staff

    At this week’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, Councilmember Andy Brauninger amended a motion to help the Huntsville Public Library be better able to serve the public . . . .   Mayor…

  • Roxie Douglas Learning Institute Looking For Help From Local Citizens

    The Roxie Douglas Learning Institute, an after-school program in the community that offers mentoring to local kids, is undergoing renovation at their building. Executive Director Carmen Irving needs the community’s help in terms of donations…

  • Alarm Permits Available

    The Huntsville Police Department encourages all residents and business owners to review the City’s alarm ordinance and to purchase the required permits as soon as possible. According to HPD Chief Kevin Lunsford, the department has…

  • Council Discusses Consultant Fees

    At Tuesday night’s council session, much of the discussion centered on how much to spend on consultants to guide the City in space assessments of various buildings and on design issues of the Davidson Wastewater…

  • SHSU Internship In Austin

    Through SHSU, a great opportunity for internship in Austin is coming up. Political Science Professor Mike Yawn explains . . . .   Yawn said, “The students do earn academic credit.”

  • Tickets For SHSU Performances

    If you’re interested in entertainment and the arts, you’re living in the right place. Sam Houston State University this fall and spring offers a multitude of dramatic, musical and dance events. And, tickets are as…

  • Update On SHSU Fall Performing Arts Events

    There are many performing arts events coming to SHSU this fall. Our guest on “Around Town” this past weekend was the marketing coordinator for the College of Fine Arts and Mass Communication Emily Binetti. She…

  • SHSU Offering New Courses In Security Issues

    SHSU is offering new courses in security issues. Publications Coordinator for the Criminal Justice department, Beth Kuhles, updates us . . . .  

  • Commissioner Todd Staples On Nutritional Three “E’s”

    You’ve heard of the 3 R’s associated with school. Well, now there’s the 3 E’s. Texas Ag Commissioner Todd Staples explains what they are . . . . Staples said, “It’s a federal program that…

  • TDCJ Seeking Pay Boost For Correctional & Parole Officers

    In an effort to improve correctional officer and parole officer issues, TDCJ is seeking a pay boost. We talked with TDCJ’s Director of Public Information Jason Clark . . . . The boost in salary…