Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • SHSU’s SBDC- New Texas Taxpayer Seminar

    SHSU’s SBDC- New Texas Taxpayer Seminar

    SHSU’s Small Business Development Center will host a “New Texas Taxpayer Seminar” from 1-3pm June 29. The event will take place at the SBDC Computer Lab in the Sam South Center on Avenue ‘I’ in…

  • Construction to Convert Bobby K Marks Drive and Bearkat Boulevard to One-Way Begins

    The City of Huntsville reports that construction to convert sections of Bobby K. Marks Drive and Bearkat Boulevard to one-way has begun. The road will be shut off to allow the crews to work efficiently…

  • New Fuel Cards Approved by Council

    Tuesday, Huntsville city councilmembers approved purchasing fuel for City vehicles and equipment utilizing the Texas Fleet Fuel Card System. Director of Public Works Carol Reed was asked about the security aspects of the new card…

  • Stage #3 Mandatory Outdoor Water Restrictions are Still in Place Until Further Notice

    Stage 3 Mandatory Outdoor Water Restrictions are still in place for the city of Huntsville. City well production is decreased due to continuous pumping. Right now only a very limited amount of water is coming…

  • SHSU’s Herpetologist to Give Presentation on Snakes

    Summer time is often considered “snake time” in Texas because it is when snakes are more visible and snakebites are more predominant. With the prevalence of reptiles such as copperheads and cottonmouths among the East…

  • Juneteenth Kicks-Off Saturday in Huntsville

    Huntsville’s “Juneteenth” celebration kicks off tomorrow. Progressive Women’s Association representative Brandy Lewis tells us all about it . . . .

  • City of Huntsville Requests Citizens Minimize Unnecessary Outdoor Water Usage

    The City of Huntsville is requesting that citizens minimize unnecessary outdoor water usage for the next week. The City’s major source of water is the TRA Plant. This plant receives water from the Trinity River…

  • Bicycle Rodeo

    The Region 6 Education Service Center, TxDOT, Huntsville High School Mountain Bike Team and the Bike Squad Bicycle Rodeo will be tomorrow from 8 AM to 11 AM in the WalMart Supercenter parking lot in…

  • Meals on Wheels Volunteers Needed

    Meals on Wheels Volunteers Needed

    The Senior Center of Walker County is seeking volunteers for its “Meals on Wheels” program. Meals are served Monday through Friday in Huntsville, and on Mondays & Tuesdays in rural areas. Most routes take about…

  • Council Holds Workshop on City Hall and Service Center

    Huntsville City Councilmembers met for a workshop Tuesday in the Large Conference Room at City Hall to hear a presentation from Pierce, Goodwin, Alexander & Linville Architect’s Jeff Gerber on condition assessments of the City’s…