Articles Tagged “information”

  • Distinguished SHSU Alumni Gala Scheduled

    Sam Houston State University will honor seven individuals who have brought pride to the university through their achievements, examples of good citizenship and their contributions to society at the Distinguished Alumni Gala on October 10th…

  • HA/tch Program Helps Entrepreneurs Establish Businesses

    If you have an innovative idea for a company or would like to learn the skills and information for success in the marketplace, you might want to check out the Huntsville Area Technology and Business…

  • “Heartwalk” Saturday

    The American Heart Association’s Heartwalk is scheduled to begin tomorrow morning at SHSU’s Bowers Stadium with registration starting at 8:30. The Walk/Run is scheduled to begin at nine. Heartwalk will offer activities for children, fitness…

  • Curbside Recycling Guideline Meeting Tonight

    All citizens are invited to attend a curbside recycling guidelines meeting tonight at the Huntsville Public Library. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. in the Library’s Community Room. During the meeting–City staff, including…

  • Election Info

    The November 4 Regular Election is fast approaching, and the deadline to register to vote or make any changes to name or address information is October 6. Early voting for the November election will be…

  • HISD Board Meets Tonight

    The HISD Board of Trustees will hold their regular board meeting at the Hawkins Administration Building tonight at six. The Board will recognize the employee and educator of the month, and John Fortner. Among items…

  • A Look At Texas Cattle

    Texas Ag Commissioner Todd Staples says we have nearly 11 million head of cattle in Texas–the largest cattle herd in the nation. Staples says Santa Gertrudis is a Texas original, and so is a favorite…

  • No “Burn Ban”

    Walker County Emergency Coordinator Butch Davis and commissioners discussed the possibility of instituting a “Burn Ban” for the county. Davis discussed the Keetch Byram Drought Index figures for the county and other information regarding a…

  • HPD Looking For Men Involved In Check Fraud

    On July 11, 2014, several men described as Hispanic cashed fraudulent payroll checks from Southwood Forest Products (Steely Lumber) at First Financial Bank for several thousand dollars. On August 1, several men again cashed fraudulent…

  • Gulf Coast Trade Center Golf Tournament Needs Sponsors

    Gulf Coast Trade Center’s Program Director John Cardona tells us that they are having a golf tournament on September 19th at Raven Nest called “Tour of Tomorrow” . . . .   For sponsorship information,…