Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • City to Construct Animal Shelter

    At last night’s regular city council session, the council approved an emergency ordinance which would allow City Manager Matt Benoit to initiate the building of an animal shelter for Huntsville. A $650,000 fund has been…

  • SHSU Rodeo Team to Appear on NBC’s “1st Look”

    The Sam Houston State University Rodeo Team’s skills include calf roping, bull riding, steer wrestling and becoming nationally recognized on-air talent. The team, along with their coach Bubba Miller and his family, will appear on…

  • “Back the Blue” Golf Tournament Looking for Teams

    Walker County Sheriff Clint McCrae informs us that a fund-raising event call “Back the Blue” is coming up in December . . . .   Sheriff McRae also told us, “We are very fortunate here…

  • Town Creek Closure on Avenu N

    The City of Huntsville’s Town Creek Drainage Project Phase II is adding a work area on Avenue N between 10th and 11th Streets. The closure began November 29 and will continue into early 2017. Drivers…

  • Holiday Trash and Recycling Collection Info

    With the holidays comes a reduction in trash and recycling collections in the city. The City of Huntsville Solid Waste Transfer Station and Recycling Drop-Off Center has set their schedules for the holidays with the…

  • The 1st David Lanoue Memorial Coat Drive

    The 1st David Lanoue Memorial Coat Drive

    The 1st “David Lanoue Memorial Coat Drive” is underway. Drive organizers are seeking gently used winter gear to benefit veterans, homeless and anyone who does not have to means to acquire winter wear. Drop-off points…

  • TSUS Regents Approve Building Purchase

    The Texas State University System Board of Regents—Sam Houston State University’s governing body—has given the university approval to begin the process to purchase property located at 1 Financial Plaza in Huntsville. The regents took the…

  • TxDOT Meeting on I-45 Ahead

    TxDOT will hold an open meeting November 30th in Huntsville to discuss their plans to enhance freight mobility and congestion along the IH 45 corridor. The discussion will center around a nine-mile strip of IH45…

  • CITY’S ANIMAL CONTROL PROBLEM

    In a recent news release, the Rita B. Huff Humane Society Board of Directors voted to place more resources on adoptions at their locally run animal shelter. As a result of limited capacity at their…

  • TxDot Open House For IH 45 Congestion

    TxDot will hold an open meeting November 30th in Huntsville to discuss their plans to enhance freight mobility and congestion along the IH 45 corridor. The discussion will center around a nine mile strip of…