Articles Tagged “information”

  • Planetarium Program Scheduled Tonight

    The SHSU physics department will highlight the “color” and “sound” of math–fusing science and art for its planetarium series program “Chaos and Order” tonight. The program will begin at 7 p.m. in the SHSU Planetarium…

  • Family Night Movie Series at Library

    Huntsville Public Library in partnership with Texas Children’s Health Plan is offering a free monthly family night movie.  October will kick off the movie series with a kid-friendly blockbuster Halloween movie today at 5:30.  Stop…

  • The Sam Houston Statue Visitor Center Celebrates 19 Years

    Today, the Tourism Department invites residents and visitors to stop by the Sam Houston Statue Visitor Center and Gift Shop to celebrate the 19th Anniversary of the landmark monument, “A Tribute to Courage.” The world’s…

  • Hobby Lobby to Open

    Although Hobby Lobby in the old Walmart Building on Highway 30 will have its grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony this Monday at 9 AM, it will be opened for business tomorrow and Saturday. The arts and…

  • Bank Robbery & Attempted Break-in in New Waverly

    Friday, law enforcement investigators were looking for an armed man who robbed the First Victoria Bank in New Waverly. Wearing a disguise, the man forced a bank employee inside the bank and stole an undisclosed…

  • November Election Update

    The November 5 Regular and Special Election is fast approaching, and the deadline to register to vote or make any changes to name or address information is October 7. The ballot will include several City…

  • National Public Lands Day Celebrated Saturday at Sam Houston National Forest

    Access to several recreation sites in the Sam Houston National Forest will be free to the public on Saturday, September 28th. Fees at Stubblefield Recreation Area, Double Lake Recreation Area, Cagle Boat Ramp, and Scott’s…

  • SHSU Alumni Association Charters Bus for “Battle of the Piney Woods”

    Bearkat football fans who don’t want to fight the Houston traffic or pay for parking at Reliant Stadium can catch a ride to the 88th “Battle of the Piney Woods” game with the Sam Houston…

  • City Secretary Lee Woodward on Access to City Information

    Huntsville’s City Secretary Lee Woodward was our guest on “Around Town” this past weekend. We asked Lee to fill us in on how the public can access information from the City under the Texas Public…

  • Ag Commissioner Staples Comments on the GROW Award

    Texas Ag Commissioner Todd Staples says, “A recent study shows that the number of agriculture jobs will continue to increase substantially over the next few years.” He wants Texas youth to become involved in agriculture.…