Articles Tagged “information”

  • Bond Denied to Accused Houston ISIS Follower Al Hardan

    Wednesday, during an arraignment and detention hearing in Houston of accused ISIS follower Omar Faraj Saeed Al Hardan, a federal investigator testified that Al Hardan was planning to set off bombs at two malls in…

  • Great Year for “Go Texan” Program

    Texas Department of Agriculture administrator Rick Rhodes says 2015 was a great year for their Go Texan Program, a program that “promotes the products, culture and communities that call Texas home–” like great products from…

  • SHSU Leadership Organization Inducts 67 Members

    Sam Houston State University’s chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success recently inducted 67 new members into the organization. The National Society of Leadership and Success was founded in 2001 to build a…

  • Chief Grisham Talks about Fireworks Use

    For this New Year’s Eve, Huntsville Fire Chief Tom Grisham passes along information about fireworks use . . . .   Chief Grisham also recommends all fireworks should be handled by an adult and not…

  • Essential Oils Class Returns to Library

    Essential oils teacher, Melissa Gonzalez, returns to the Huntsville Public Library for an all new series of classes to discuss new topics on the use of essential oils. The first class will be held January…

  • Teacher Design Efforts Moving Forward at HISD

    At the last regular session of the HISD Board of Trustees, Superintendent Dr. Howell Wright talked about the committee that has been meeting on teacher design . . . .   Dr. Wright commented that…

  • i-WATCH Reports to DPS

    The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding Texans to remain vigilant with respect to potential crime and terrorist activity in their communities and to report suspicious behaviors to the department’s iWATCH website at…

  • National Terrorism Advisory System Updated

    The National Terrorism Advisory System, or NTAS, has upgraded their alert system. Since 201, it included an “Elevated Alert” and an “Imminent Alert.” It has never been deployed. They have decided to create an intermediate…

  • SHSU’s LEAP Celebrates 10th Anniversary

    Among the many organizations on the SHSU campus, the Center for Law, Engagement, and Politics stands out as a premier organization for students interested in excelling in not only academics but also civic engagement. Led…

  • Boy Scout Troop #114 100-Year Celebration

    Local Boy Scout Troop #114 is celebrating their 100-year anniversary tomorrow from 10 AM to 3 PM at the Josey Lodge on Sam Houston Avenue. They will demonstrate how to build a rope bridge, make…