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  • More on Wounded Warrior Banquet

    We keep telling you about the Wounded Warrior Banquet because it is such a worthy cause, and it’s success helps veterans at the Warrior and Family Support Center at Brooke Army Medical Center in San…

  • HISD Welcomes New Superintendent Dr. Howell Wright

    Thursday afternoon at the Hawkins Administration Building, administration officials, teachers, students and the general public welcomed new HISD Superintendent Dr. Howell Wright at a reception. Dr. Wright has been serving as the Deputy Superintendent for…

  • HISD Recognizes Students, Employees and Brooke Addams

    At last night’s regular session of the HISD Board of Trustees, trustees recognized several students for their academic and athletic abilities. Huntsville Intermediate School Instructional Assistant Juanita Deimel was recognized as Employee of the Month…

  • Commissioner White Comments On High-Speed Rail Conference Call

    Walker County Commissioners attended a conference call on high-speed rail this week. Texas Central High-Speed Railway is a for-profit, private company that is trying to bring in a high-speed rail connecting Houston and Dallas in…

  • Bearkats Depart For North Dakota

    A huge crowd of Bearkat fans at Mafrige fieldhouse Wednesday morning cheered the team off in their buses on their way to play the North Dakota State Bisons . . . .   Sam Houston…

  • Development Services Director Kulhavy On Containment Solutions Agreement

    Wednesday, we told you about the approval of the Chapter 380 agreement reached between the City and Containment Solutions. We talked with Director of Development Services Aron Kulhavy. He told us the company is “looking…

  • Obama Moving Forward On Changes In Policy For Cuba

    President Barak Obama Wednesday announced big changes in U-S foreign policy toward Cuba following the release of an American prisoner, Alan Gross, imprisoned on the island for five years . . . .   The…

  • SHSU’s Dr. Joan Bytheway Talks About Newly-Funded Project

    The SHSU forensic science department has a long history of innovative research that can change the way the industry works. Associate professor Joan Bytheway looks to continue that trend with a recently awarded project from…

  • 380 Agreement For Containment Solutions Approved

    Last night following an Executive Session, the Huntsville City Council voted on bringing a manufacturing facility and more jobs to Huntsville . . . . Councilmembers approved by a vote of 8 to 1 to…

  • Wounded Warriors Banquet Coming In January

    Retired U-S Army Lt. Col. David Yebra informs us, “On January 15th at 5:30 PM at the Walker County Fairgrounds we’re having the 2015 Wounded Warrior Banquet that supports the Warrior and Family Support Center…