Articles Tagged “com”

  • Mayor Mac Woodward On New Year

    The new year is upon us. City of Huntsville Mayor Mac Woodward has a positive outlook . . . .  

  • Councilmember Johnson Talks About Sales Tax Benefit To Economy

    Our guest on “Around Town” this weekend was Position #3 City Councilmember Don Johnson. One of the several areas Councilmember Johnson focuses on is economic development of the City. An emphasis on bringing retail and…

  • Drive Safely Tonight

    Many will be going to parties around town to celebrate the beginning of a new year tonight. HPD Lt. Jim Barnes reminds everyone to play it safe out on the roadways tonight . . .…

  • Congressman Brady Comments On EPA Red Tape

    They say there’s no surer thing that death and taxes. You might want to add EPA red tape to that. Congressman Kevin Brady explains . . . .  

  • Jeb Bush Speaks At National Constitution Center

    Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush who has already announced that he is exploring a run for the presidency in 2016 revealed in a speech this week at the National Constitution Center, of which he is…

  • City Manager Matt Benoit Looks At 2014-15

    We begin to close out 2014 in the City of Huntsville and head into 2015. City Manager Matt Benoit comments . . . .  

  • “Go Texan” Program

    Texans express pride in their great state in many ways. Deputy Texas Ag Commissioner Drew DeBerry  tells us Go Texan is a symbol of Texas pride. He says the Go Texan mark “was designed to…

  • State Department Comments on Sony Hacking Issues

    At the State Department Daily Briefing Monday, Director of the State Department’s Press Department Jeffrey Rathke briefed reporters on various topics. One important topic of the day regarded the issue of whether or not it…

  • Judge Danny Pierce Talks About 2015

    The New Year 2015 is just a few days away, and we asked County Judge Danny Pierce to comment . . . .   New County officials to be sworn-in on January 1st at 10…

  • Tim Paulsel Comments On Leaving Commissioners Post

    Following 16 years of serving the Walker County community as Precinct #4 Commissioner, Tim Paulsel is leaving his post for other pursuits at the end of this month. We talked with him recently . .…