Articles Tagged “information”

  • “Open Studios” Underway at the Wynne Home Art Center

    “Open Studios” are getting underway at the Wynne Home Arts Center. Crafts artist and instructor Tamara Chasteen fills us in . . . . TAMARA4-10-13 Today from 3 to 7, Ms. Chasteen will be teaching…

  • HISD Bond Election

    Walker County Tax Assessor-Collector Diana McCrae informs us that the deadline to register to vote in the upcoming May 11th HISD Bond election is Thursday, April 11th. The Early voting site for all eligible voters…

  • HOT Fund Applications Available

    The City of Huntsville Tourism Department has finalized the 2013-14 Hotel Occupancy Tax, or HOT, grant application, and interested parties may retrieve the application on the City’s Web site at www.huntsvilletx.gov. For the last four…

  • Huntsville Man Arrested For Child Porn

    The Huntsville Police Department recently arrested a 26-year-old Huntsville man on charges of Possession of Child Pornography. Andrew James Klovensky was arrested March 12th after HPD Detective David Johnson discovered several photographs on the suspect’s…

  • SHSU’s “Real Talk with CJ” to Feature Security Experts

    Two security experts from private industry will discuss criminal justice career options in corporate America and government institutions during “Real Talk with CJ” on Thursday, March 21st. Ron Plesco, managing director of KPMG’s Advisory Risk…

  • Prescribed Burn Today

    The U-S Forest Service scheduled a prescribed burn today for the Sam Houston National Forest beginning at 11 AM for Walker and Montgomery Counties. The location of the burn is FM 1791 at the south…

  • LULAC Scholarship Banquet Tomorrow

    Council President for LULAC in Huntsville, John Escobedo, informs us that the LULAC Community Amigo Award Banquet and Scholarship Fundraiser is going to be at the Goree Clubhouse tomorrow evening at 7 . . .…

  • SAAFE House “Strike Out Abuse” Bowl Open to More Participants

    Coming up on Saturday, March 23rd, the SAAFE House is holding their 10th Annual Strike Out Abuse Bowling Tournament. Novice and experienced bowlers are invited. Marketing Development Director Dee Everett tells us more . .…

  • Teacher Job Fair at SHSU

    Mark your calendars. More than 90 schools and school districts will be talking to potential educators on Wednesday, March 20th, during the Spring Teacher Job Fair. The fair will be held from 9 a.m. to…

  • City Receives Awards

    At this week’s regular City Council session, City Manager Matt Benoit passed along information about a couple of awards the City had recently earned . . . . BENOITAWAR3-6-13 Benoit gave special recognition to Becky…