Articles Tagged “food”

  • “Car Insurance 101″ At SHSU Tonight

    SHSU’s Student Money Management Center will team up with Student Legal and Mediation Services to present “Car Insurance 101” tonight from 6-7 p.m. in the Lowman Student Center Theater. The presentation will break down the…

  • Bearkats Safety Bash Ahead

    On Wednesday, September 23rd from 6 to 8 PM the SHSU Police will host the 2nd Annual “Kats Safety Bash” which is an interactive and community driven program geared toward connecting and opening dialogue with…

  • Huntsville And New Waverly Hold Great 4th Of July Celebrations

    Local Huntsville and Walker County citizens celebrated the 4th over the weekend with a great fireworks celebration at Kate Barr Ross Park. There was food, music, games and rock climbing for all to enjoy. The…

  • Flood Victim Assistance Update

    As we’ve been informing you for a few days, donations can be dropped off locally here in Huntsville for Trinity River flood victims at First United Methodist Church Youth Building at the corner of 10th…

  • Donations Needed For Local Flooding Victims

    We’re reminding you again that the Walker Count office of Emergency Management along with the first United Methodist Church are accepting donated items to help those affected by the Trinity River flooding. Last week there…

  • Donations Soon Accepted For Flood Victims

    The Walker County Office of Emergency Management along with the first United Methodist Church are accepting donated items to help those affected by the Trinity River flooding. There are approximately 200 homes that are still…

  • City Issues Press Release On Sonic Drive-in Issue

    On Tuesday, June 2, the City of Huntsville Health Division received a complaint via the City’s online Report It! system, concerning a Facebook post about a banana shake containing parasites, purchased from the Sonic on…

  • Commissioner White Update On New Jail Food Service

    Our guest on “Around Town” this past weekend was Precinct #2 Commissioner Ronnie White. Besides a recent contract with Montgomery County to receive revenue to house some of their inmates in our new County Jail,…

  • USDA’s Value-Added Producer Grant Program Available

    Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that USDA is making $30 million available to farmers, ranchers and food entrepreneurs to develop new product lines. Funding will be made available through USDA’s Value-Added Producer Grant (VAPG) program.…

  • Texas Baptist Men Bringing Meals To TDCJ Employees

    In celebration of National Correctional Officers And Employees Week, over one hundred members of the Texas Baptist Men’s organization and additional volunteers will be feeding approximately 5,000 TDCJ employees this week at Walker County prison…