Articles Tagged “information”

  • Transit Plan Meeting Held Wednesday

    Wednesday afternoon, a meeting on the Walker County Transit Plan draft was held at the library community room. Judge Danny Pierce and Mayor Mac Woodward spoke briefly about transportation issues in the County and City.…

  • TxDOT Launches New Online Map Application

    The Texas Department of Transportation has launched a new online map application, Drive Texas™, that provides travelers with real-time traffic conditions, traffic and weather feeds, as well as links to other useful travel information. Drive…

  • Tuesday’s Council Workshop & Session

    Tuesday evening the Huntsville City Council spent about 2 1/2 hours in a workshop interviewing five search firms. One of the firms will be chosen to help the Council find a new city manager. Mayor…

  • Football Dinner & Auction Scheduled

    SHSU’s Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations, Paul Ridings, tell us that the 24th Annual Sam Houston State University Football Dinner and Auction looks to be bigger and better than ever this year as the…

  • SHSU’s “Squared Away” Veterans Helping the Community

    A group of SHSU students who are veterans are continuing to help their community.  The “Squared Away” group of veterans are here to help the less fortunate with certain projects. Spokesperson Nathan Brown tells us…

  • Juneteenth Parade Scheduled

    The Progressive Women’s Association of Huntsville, in celebration of Texas’ abolition of slavery, will host a Juneteenth Parade tomorrow. The entire community is invited to participate. Line-up begins at 8 AM Saturday next to the…

  • HEARTS Museum Breaks Ground for Vietnam Memorial Bridges

    Wednesday, a groundbreaking ceremony was held for two new Vietnam Memorial bridges at the HEARTS Veterans Museum. Museum director Richie Harris said construction of the bridges should be completed in around 3 months. For donation…

  • Roxie Douglas Scholarship Banquet

    The Roxie Douglas Scholarship Foundation and Learning Institute have chosen Huntsville High School seniors Kriston Minor and Ceidra Coleman as their scholarship recipients for 2012. This year’s Humanitarians are First National Bank president James Coleman,…

  • TDCJ Director of Public Information Michelle Lyons Resigns

    Former director for public information for TDCJ, Michelle Lyons, has resigned and filed a suit against TDCJ. Lyons filed suit against the agency claiming gender discrimination following her demotion from director of public information to…

  • Hunter Education Class Scheduled

    A Hunter Education Class for Huntsville, Madison County, and nearby counties is coming up at the Madison County Gun and Archery Range, east of Madisonville. The class starts on the evening of June 15th, Friday,…