Articles Tagged “information”

  • “Let’s Talk” at SHSU Accepting Reservations

    You’re invited to become a part of a powerful evening of conversation with renown experts from the worlds of sports, television, education, business and politics. “Let’s Talk!” is a highly-regarded annual event where guests at…

  • Officers Seize Marijuana, Firearms and Possible Explosive Devices and Suspected Bomb-Making Materials

    On the evening of February 1st, members of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, the Huntsville Police Department, the Walker County Sheriff’s Department, the Houston Police Department, and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office…

  • Financial Aid Form Help Available Today in SHSU Mall Area

    Sam Houston State University’s Financial Aid and Scholarships Office will provide students in need of help completing financial aid forms with assistance each Tuesday during the month of February from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.…

  • Dr. Wright Explains Phases of HISD Strategic Design

    At last week’s regular meeting of the HISD Board of Trustees, Superintendent Dr. Howell Wright and various members of the Strategic Design Team introduced their multi-year improvement plan to Trustees. He filled everyone in on…

  • National School Choice Week Begins Today

    National School Choice Week begins today in Texas and across the country. There are 1,204 events planned in the the Lone Star State to raise awareness about K through12 school choice, and 16,140 events nationwide.…

  • Vendors and Sponsors May Apply Now for Cinco de Mayo Festival

    LULAC of Huntsville and Walker County Unidos is hosting the fourth annual Cinco de Mayo Festival on Saturday, May 7th, at the Walker County Annex Courthouse parking lot at 14th Street and University from 10…

  • SHSU to Conduct Notification System Test

    Sam Houston State University will conduct a full test of its KatSafe mass notification system—including siren, email, voice and text messaging, social media, and the desktop notification system today at 9:55 a.m. It is not…

  • Grant Awarded to SHSU for Counseling Services

    Students who find themselves struggling with maintaining sobriety while in college will soon have a new outlet through which to seek support, thanks to a $5,000 grant recently awarded to Sam Houston State University’s counseling…

  • 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…