Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Historic Preservation Ordinance under Consideration

    An Historic Preservation Ordinance for the City of Huntsville is in the works. Mayor Woodward has requested one be drawn up. Director of Community and Economic Development Aron Kulhavy addressed the council at their regular…

  • TEA Using New Accountability System

    Thursday, the Texas Education Agency released ratings using a new accountability system. Over 92 percent of school districts and almost 85 percent of the Lone Star State’s schools have met Texas’ minimum education standards. The…

  • “Bearcabs” Coming to Huntsville

    Bearcabs, that’s b-e-a-r-c-a-B-s, is coming to Huntsville. Those Against Drunk Driving Area Director, Brandon Hale, tells us all about it . . . . TADD#1-8-8-13 Hale said a banquet is in the future plans .…

  • Rachel Willeford Running for City Council

    In a press release Wednesday, local Huntsville resident Rachel Willeford announced her candidacy for the Huntsville City Council. She will be running in the Position #1 seat vacated by James Fitch. Married to Ty Willeford,…

  • Man Burned in Local Gas Well Explosion

    Around 4:15 in the afternoon Tuesday, a 35-year-old contract worker from Pioneer in San Antonio was injured in a gas explosion at a well near FM 247 and Lost Indian Camp Road about 8 miles…

  • City Insurance Premium Increase

    The City of Huntsville continues to move forward in efforts to balance their budget without another tax increase. In a workshop Tuesday night, it was discussed that the City’s recommendation is to increase employee insurance…

  • Congressman Brady Comments on Tax Reform

    Our 8th District Congressman Kevin Brady believes a better tax code is needed . . . . BRADTXCOD8-5-13 Congressman Brady is spending his August District Work Period holding dozens of meetings to get local ideas…

  • Double Murder Update

    It’s come to light through records obtained by local media from the Walker County District Clerk’s office that custody issues involving 18-month-old Aiyden Benjamin Lewis, the child who died in a double murder in Huntsville…

  • Veteran Eddie Gray Walks America

    Marine Corps veteran Eddie Gray will be coming through Huntsville Saturday as he Walks America. He’s been walking for the past five years, starting in Ashland, Montana. We talked to him by phone Thursday, and…

  • Law Enforcement Seeking Assistance from Public on Double Murder

    The homicides of 18-month old Aiyden Lewis and his grandmother, 55-year-old Shanta Crawford, Wednesday, July 24th, continue to be investigated by law enforcement. Members of the Huntsville and Dallas communities may have information to assist…