Articles Tagged “information”

  • “Tree of Hope” at SHSU

    The SHSU Center for Leadership and Service’s Bearkat Impact board is working to spread “hope” and cheer through a project that will grant holiday wishes. Through its “Tree of Hope,” Bearkat Impact is taking advantage…

  • Library Announces Art Contest

    The Huntsville Public Library is proud to announce the 3rd annual Library Art Contest supported by the Huntsville Public Library Friends. The theme for this year’s contest is “Inspired by Books”. Students are encouraged to…

  • SAAFE House Bringing Christmas to Clients

    SAAFE HOUSE once again will provide Christmas for its clients. Many individuals, businesses, or other groups adopt an entire family that is receiving the services of SAAFE HOUSE. Someone in the family has been a…

  • HPD Investigating Thefts

    The Huntsville Police Department is currently investigating the theft of a piece of City of Huntsville equipment as well as a theft from Johnson’s Wrecker Service. The department is also working with the Department of…

  • CodeRED Test Today

    Walker County Public Safety Communications Center Director Les Metzler informs us that Huntsville and Walker County will be using the CodeRED Emergency Notification System to call the entire community this afternoon. He says, “It’s going…

  • Commissioners Approve Application for Account

    Tuesday morning at their regular session, Walker County Commissioners heard a presentation from Investment Consultant Randall Chenot regarding an insured cash shelter account with First Financial Equity Corporation. Mr. Chenot works out of the Waco…

  • Santa’s Helpers Bowling Tournament Saturday

    You are invited to participate in or help sponsor the Santa’s Helpers Bowling Tournament scheduled for Saturday, November 9th, at noon at Huntsville Lanes. Registration will begin at 11:30. Santa’s Helpers is a ministry that…

  • Library Hosts Short Story Writing Contest

    To celebrate November as National Novel Writing Month, the Huntsville Public Library will host a short story writing contest. People of all ages are encouraged to submit a family friendly short story between 500 and…

  • Flash Flood in Effect and HISD Delay

    A flash flood watch is in effect until one this afternoon for our area. Streets in low-lying areas experienced some flooding because of rain, so drive with care. Due to severe weather, Huntsville ISD is…

  • Planetarium Program Scheduled Tonight

    The SHSU physics department will highlight the “color” and “sound” of math–fusing science and art for its planetarium series program “Chaos and Order” tonight. The program will begin at 7 p.m. in the SHSU Planetarium…