Articles Tagged “information”

  • 2nd Annual Bearkat Invitational Golf Tournament

    2nd Annual Bearkat Invitational Golf Tournament

    The 2nd annual Bearkat Invitational Golf Tournament fund-raising event is set for June 5 at Sterling County Club in Houston. The Bearkat Invitational is the sole golf outing hosted by the SHSU Athletic Department, and…

  • 2015 Business Expo & Taste of Huntsville

    2015 Business Expo & Taste of Huntsville

    The Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce will host its 2015 Business Expo & Taste of Huntsville event beginning at 4pm March 5. This is the perfect opportunity for businesses & merchants to display their wares or…

  • HPD Investigating Armed Robbery

    HPD is investigating an armed robbery. Lieutenant Jim Barnes tells us the robbery took place Thursday morning . . . .   If you have information, call HPD at 291-5480.

  • Rodeo & Trail Ride Coming Up In February

    A big calf-roping fundraiser and youth rodeo at the Walker County Fairgrounds, and an educational trail ride, are coming up in February. Spokesperson Toriano Bryant tells us all about it . . . .  …

  • Investigation Into the Benghazi Incident Continues

    In Washington Tuesday, the House Select Committee on Benghazi held a hearing to examine the events surrounding the 2012 terrorist attack on the U-S diplomatic compound in Benghazi. The chairman, South Carolina Congresman Trey Gowdy,…

  • Commissioners Meet

    Walker County Commissioners meet for a regular session this morning at nine at the courthouse. The Walker County Historical Commission’s Lois Blake will discuss for approval their annual report and list of members. Walker County…

  • Law Enforcement Pursued Suicidal Man Through Two Counties Tuesday

    According to the Montgomery County Police Reporter, Walker County law enforcement reports that Tuesday night a suicidal man was pursued by several law enforcement agencies through two counties. It was reported the man had explosives…

  • SHSU Polio Prevention Activities

    Polio, a deadly virus that many believe had been nearly eradicated because of vaccinations, has more recently had a resurgence in the Middle East and Africa, sparking public health officials to warn Americans that, like…

  • Entergy Texas Reminds Customers To Be Wary Of Scams

    Scammers continue to target Entergy customers in Texas and surrounding states. The con artist calls and tells the customer their electric bill payment is past due, and that service will be disconnected within the hour…

  • Personalized Genealogy Classes

    Personalized Genealogy Classes

    The Huntsville Public Library will host a series of 5 Personalized Genealogy Classes each Thursday from Jan. 8 through Feb. 5. The classes will take place each Thursday from 2-4:30pm.  Make sure to provide all…