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  • City Council Approves Budget & Tax Rate

    Tuesday night, the Huntsville City Council approved a $62 million budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year and approved a tax rate of 41.06 cents per $100 of evaluation. This drops the tax rate by a…

  • “MDA Lock-up” Today

    A special fundraising event will be underway in Huntsville today. Muscular Dystrophy Association spokesperson Maddie Hartsfield tells us more . . . .  

  • Senate Armed Services Hearing On Isis Held Tuesday

    During the Senate Armed Services Committee Hearing on the terrorist group ISIS, South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham was unrelenting in his questions to General Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, about the…

  • SHSU Offers Students Legal & Mediation Services

    Many SHSU students may not realize that the university offers a student legal and mediation service. We talked with the director of the office, Gene Roberts, who filled us in on what they offer .…

  • 9-11-2001 And The Terrorist Threat Today

    Thirteen years ago on this day, around 3,000 people lost their lives as a result of terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, a passenger jet flying over Pennsylvania and the Pentagon. This old 9-11…

  • Senator Ted Cruz’s Father To Speak In Huntsville

    Senator Ted Cruz’s dad will be coming to town soon. Sam Houston Tea Party spokesperson Linda Thompson fills us in . . . .

  • Former Secretary of State James Baker To Speak At SHSU

    SHSU Associate Director of Communications Julia May informs us that former United States Secretary of State–and one of the only four people who have received the Sam Houston Humanitarian Award–James Baker, will come to SHSU…

  • Gulf Coast Trade Center Golf Tournament Needs Sponsors

    Gulf Coast Trade Center’s Program Director John Cardona tells us that they are having a golf tournament on September 19th at Raven Nest called “Tour of Tomorrow” . . . .   For sponsorship information,…

  • Texas Grand Ranch Subdivision Preliminary Plat Approved

    The proposed 2,100 acre Texas Grand Ranch subdivision, planned to be offered off FM 1374 in the southwest part of the county near the National Forest, came closer to fruition Monday morning as Walker County…

  • No Burn Ban For Walker County For Now

    Still no burn ban in effect for Walker County. Walker County Emergency Management Coordinator Butch Davis addressed commissioners after consulting on the Keetch Byram Drought Index, or KBDI . . . .