Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • City Receives Good Audit Report

    At this week’s Huntsville City Council session, Chris Pruitt from Patillo, Brown, and Hill presented the City’s audit report for fiscal year 2011 through 2012. The City of Huntsville received a good report . .…

  • Shooter Training Exercise on SHSU Campus Tuesday

    The Texas Department of Criminal Justice’s Office of Inspector General along with the Walker County Sheriff’s Office, Huntsville Police Department, and Sam Houston State University Police Department participated in Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training…

  • Pond & Lake Management Class Offered

    Texas AgriLife Extension Agent Reg Lepley informs us that a Pond & Lake Management Class will be held May 23rd, at 6:30 PM, at the Walker County Texas AgriLife Extension office at 102 Tam Road…

  • Rapid Response Training Tomorrow in Huntsville

    The Texas Department of Criminal Justice Office of Inspector General along with the Walker County Sheriff’s Office, Huntsville Police Department, and Sam Houston State University Police Department will be participating in the Advanced Law Enforcement…

  • “Knox Box” Interlocal Agreement Discussed by Commissioners

    At this week’s session of Walker County Commissioners’ Court, Planning and Development Director Andy Isbell presented for discussion a “Knox Box” agreement with the City of Huntsville . . . . KNOXBOX5-15-13 Isbell said, “Huntsville’s…

  • “Just Between Us” Author-Editors Autograph New Book

    Contributing authors and editors of the book Just Between Us: Stories and Memories from the Texas Pines held a book signing at the Bear Bend Cabin on the grounds of the Sam Houston Memorial Museum…

  • HISD Bond Election Fails to Pass

    HISD’s $65 million dollar bond issue failed to pass when all the votes were tallied Saturday night. The final vote total showed 2,726 voters “against” and 1,630 “for.” At HISD’s Hawkins Administration building Saturday night,…

  • Local Teen Indicted for Fatal Accident

    A Walker County grand jury has indicted Huntsville teenager Bryson Richard O’Brien on two counts of causing an accident involving serious bodily injury or death. According to reports from police, a reckless turn he made…

  • City Introduces E-Billing for Water Customers

    The City of Huntsville is offering a new, fast, efficient, and eco-friendly service for its water customers called E-Bill. Utility Billing customers may now sign up to receive an E-Bill–an electronic bill viewed online. E-Bills…

  • Tourism Week in Huntsville

    The City of Huntsville will celebrate Tourism Week through the 12th, and one of the many features of the week will be a special tour in Oakwood Cemetery. According to Director of Tourism and Cultural…