Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Juneteenth Parade & Cookoff Tomorrow

    The Progressive Women’s Association of Huntsville will be having their Juneteenth Parade at 10 tomorrow morning on 10th Street at Avenue P next to the Samuel Walker Houston Cultural Center. Parade lineup is scheduled for…

  • Water Main Break on 11th Street Info

    Shortly after 11 this morning, Walker County Dispatch reported to us that final patching-up was underway on the water main break on 11th Street in front of Brookshire Brothers in Huntsville. Traffic was reported to…

  • Mayor Woodward Comments on Buxton Retail Study

    Last week the Buxton Company submitted their approximately 1,000 pages of retail data for Huntsville to the City Council. Mayor Mac Woodward filled us in on the study recently . . . . BUXTONMAC6-7-13 Mayor…

  • Red, White, & You Fundraiser Big Success

    The big fundraiser– Red, White, and You–held in Huntsville yesterday by Huntsville Volunteer Fire Department firefighters, 101.7 KSAM and 104-9 the Hits was a big success. The unofficial amount raised to pay for a July…

  • New Military Tank in Place at HEARTS Museum

    A new and interesting piece of military gear has arrived at the HEARTS Veterans Museum in Huntsville. We talked with Museum Director Richie Harris Friday afternoon . . . . TANK5-31-13

  • Ribbon-Cutting Ceremonies Held for Funded Homes

    The City of Huntsville Community Development office held three ribbon-cutting ceremonies last week for recipients of new homes constructed with Neighborhood Stabilization Program grant funds. Community Development Specialist Dr. Sherry McKibben tells us all about…

  • HEAP Offering a Variety of Programs for Kids

    HEAP, or the Huntsville Enrichment Activities Program, has a variety of programs to offer kids this summer. Program spokesperson John Fortner fills us in . . . . HEAP5-28-13 Kids that are just spending the…

  • Memorial Day Observed at HEARTS Museum Monday

    Several hundred showed up at the HEARTS Veterans Museum in Huntsville on Memorial Day to honor fallen soldiers. The event was hosted by Lieutenant Colonel Champe Miller. Congressman Kevin Brady and Commissioner for the General…

  • Reopening of I-45 Southbound Entrance Ramp

    Today, the Texas Department of Transportation’s contractor will reopen the new I-45 southbound entrance ramp located south of State Highway 75 and FM 1791.  This effectively completes the reconstruction and relocation of all the entrance…

  • 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 . .…