Articles Tagged “information”

  • Court Security Issues Discussed By Commissioners Monday

    In Commissioners’ Court Monday morning, commissioners considered a courthouse security project. In addressing the court, County Auditor Patricia Allen said, “The two District Judges, and the County Court-at-Law judge and the County Judge have been…

  • Texas Stash House Rewards Program

    The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) seized nearly 70 pounds of marijuana and more than four pounds of hash oil on Sept. 16 at a residence in El Paso. The seizure was the result…

  • Warrant Information From The City Marshal

    City Marshal Kimberly Eikenberg passes along information for individuals with warrants that the Huntsville Municipal Court has expanded the availability of payment plan options to include cases that are in active warrant status. The City…

  • HISD Superintendent Wright Addresses Trustees On Educational Forum

    HISD Trustees met last night at six at the Hawkins Administration Building for a regular board meeting. Among areas of interest discussed, HISD Superintendent Dr. Howell Wright addressed the board in regard to a planned…

  • HPD Offers Registration Of Special Needs Persons

    The Huntsville Police Department is pleased to offer the community a helpful service to give greater peace of mind to the city’s senior and special needs populations, their families, and caregivers. From time to time,…

  • HISD Trustees Meet Tonight

    The HISD Board of Trustees will hold a regular meeting tonight at six in the Hawkins Administration Building. The Board will hold recognitions and will be open to hearing Public Comment on Non-Agenda and Agenda…

  • Sam Houston Museum Photo Contest

    If you think you’ve got a knack for taking photographs, Sam Houston Memorial Museum Marketing Coordinator Megan Buro has some information you might be interested in . . . .   All entries will be…

  • HISD To Present Parent Informational Meetings On Math Digital Textbooks

    In the spring of 2015, Huntsville ISD adopted a Five Year Plan. Part of this plan puts digital resources in the classroom. Paper textbooks are expected to serve students in public schools for eight to…

  • Laws Seminar Scheduled At SHSU

    During its 84th legislative session, the Texas Legislature passed 1,282 laws related to everything from search warrants, to the publication of criminal records, to debit card charges, to the releasing of student academic information, and…

  • Library Card Sign-up Underway

    Studies show that children who are read to in the home and who use the library perform better in school. September is Library Card Sign-up Month, a time when the Huntsville Public Library joins with…