Articles Tagged “Facebook”

  • Hatchet Attack On New York City Officers

    Mid-day Thursday in the Queens borough of New York City a man attacked NYPD officers with a hatchet. In response, officers killed the attacker who has been identified as 32-year-old Zale Thompson. The man had…

  • Verd’ika Corps For Kids At Library Today

    On September 8th at 4:00 PM, the Huntsville Public Library welcomes the return of the Star Wars Costume Club: The Mandalorian Mercs, who will host a new kind of space adventure for children aged 4-18…

  • EMC Butch Davis Comments on Facebook Success

    Walker County Emergency Management Coordinator Butch Davis reported to Commissioners at their meeting Monday that in regard to their Facebook page they “have the most ‘likes’ of any Emergency Management Facebook in the HGAC region.”…

  • Walker County Farmers Market To Open

    The opening of the Walker County Farmers Market is around the corner. Farmers Market President Scooter Langley fills us in . . . . WACOFARM5-20-14 For more info, check their Facebook page at Walker County…

  • City Seeks Photos

    Deputy City Secretary for Huntsville, Kristin Edwards, tells us “The City of Huntsville is asking all residents, business owners and organizations to submit their best photos for use on our Facebook and Twitter accounts, and…

  • Flash Flood in Effect and HISD Delay

    A flash flood watch is in effect until one this afternoon for our area. Streets in low-lying areas experienced some flooding because of rain, so drive with care. Due to severe weather, Huntsville ISD is…

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    Like Us on Facebook

    Did you know that both 101.7 KSAM, and 104.9 The Hits are on Facebook!?

    Well we are! If you haven’t done so, you definitely need to Like us on Facebook. It’s easily one of the easiest ways to keep up with everything going on at KSAM & The Hits. We’re constantly giving away great prizes, including t-shirts, concert tickets, prize packs, and much more.

  • Deputy City Secretary Update on City Public Information Strategies

    At this week’s session of the Huntsville City Council, Deputy City Secretary Kristin Edwards informed councilmembers and local citizens on current public information strategies and a couple of new ways being initiated in which important…

  • Miranda Lambert Grabs O Music Awards Nomination

    Miranda Lambert Grabs O Music Awards Nomination

    Miranda Lambert grabbed a nomination Thursday (May 16) when MTV, VH1 and CMT announced the categories and nominees for the fourth cycle of its O Music Awards. The winners will be announced during a 24-hour…

  • Thursday’s Houston Airport Shooting

    The man who died from gunfire about 1:30 Thursday afternoon near the Terminal B ticket counter at the Bush Intercontinental Airport was 29-year-old Carnell Marcus Moore from Beaumont. It’s unclear who fired the shot that…