Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Ag Commissioner Sid Miller Talks About FFA

    4-H and FFA have played a vital role in inspiring young people in Huntsville and Walker County to become leaders. Texas Ag Commissioner Sid Miller was a former FFA member and said that it “played…

  • Entergy Contract Crews Are In Huntsville

    Contract crews working for Entergy Texas, Inc. are on the move, trimming vegetation, limbs and brush away from power lines in Huntsville. Contract crews have two power lines to clear, both of which originate at…

  • “Beyond Dance” Presentation This Weekend

    A special dance presentation will be featured in Huntsville this weekend. SHSU Marketing Coordinator Emily Binetti updates us . . . .   Now in its second year, Nicolay Dance Works currently features 11 young…

  • Business Expo & Taste Of Huntsville Ahead

    Mark your calendars. The Business Expo is coming to Huntsville. The Chamber’s Shannon Higbie tells us all about it . . . .   That $10 admission also gets you into the Taste of Huntsville.

  • Mayor Woodward Comments On Containment Solution Issue

    You may have heard by now that Containment Solutions, which was planning to come to Huntsville and offer several good-paying jobs, has now backed off the move. Chief Operating Officer Clay Finley was quoted in…

  • 87th Annual Academy Awards Held Last Night

    The 87th Annual Academy Awards took place last night in Hollywood. “Best Picture” went to “Birdman.” Alejandro Inarritu won “Best Director” for “Birdman”. “Best Actress” went to Julianne Moore for “Still Alice.” Eddie Redmayne won…

  • Silver Alert Canceled — Wayne Tiner Found

    Seventy-eight-year-old Wayne Tiner, reported missing from Cogans Grove in Huntsville since yesterday, has been found by the Houston Police Department. He was reported to be healthy and just slightly confused.

  • Silver Alert for Wayne Gayle Tiner

    Silver Alert Press Release From Sheriff’s Office The Walker County Sheriff’s Office is searching for Wayne Gayle Tiner, diagnosed with a cognitive impairment. Wayne Tiner is a white male, 78 years old, with a date…

  • Law, Engagement, & Politics Center Events Ahead

    Our guests on “Around Town” this past weekend included SHSU political science professor Mike Yawn and Center for Law, Engagement & Politics Board members Karla Rosales and Megan Chapa. Mr. Yawn tells us the Center…

  • Kids “Q” Coming Up

    The City’s “This Week in Huntsville” says the Parks and Leisure Department will be assisting with the Kids “Q” for the 2015 Shotgun Fred BBQ Showdown, February 26th through 28th at the Walker County Fairgrounds.…