Articles Tagged “information”

  • FBI Tech Pleaded Guilty Monday of Acting as an Agent for China

    Forty-seven-year-old Kun Shan Chun, an electronic technician for the FBI who was cleared for top secret information, pleaded guilty yesterday to one count of acting as an agent of China. He could go to prison…

  • HISD Student Registration Set to Open this Week

    For complete information, go the district website at www.huntsville-isd.org.

  • SHSU Chief Morris Talks about KATSAFE

    So they can get SHSU students, faculty and employees information in a timely manner when something is taking place on campus, the KATSAFE system is utilized. SHSU  Police Chief Kevin Morris tells us all about…

  • Street Improvement Project Starts August 8th

    The City’s contractor, AAA Asphalt Paving Inc., will begin a street milling and overlay project on August 8th on several streets in Huntsville: – Avenue Q (15th to 18th Streets) – University (intersection with 7th…

  • City Gives Notice of Drawing for Ballot Order

    The City is giving notice of a drawing to determine the order in which the names of candidates are to be printed on the ballot for the November 8th election in Huntsville. The drawing will…

  • Update on New Paid Parking at SHSU

    The conversion of Bobby K. Marks Drive and Bearkat Boulevard to one-way traffic has been completed, and the traffic patterns have changed. Along the two street segments, over 200 paid parking spaces have been installed.…

  • Brazos/Grimes/ Walker County FSA Accepting Emergency Conservation Program Applications

    Brazos/Grimes/Walker County USDA Farm Service Agency Executive Director Jessica Gonzalez announces that the three counties are approved to accept applications for the Emergency Conservation Program to address damages from severe storm, flooding and damage. ECP…

  • New Student Orientation at SHSU

    Thursday and Friday the New Student Orientation Program will host its eighth organized, purposeful, and positive introduction session of the summer for all new SHSU students and their families. These sessions help them become familiar with…

  • Genealogy Weekend at Library

    The  Annual Frances Sprott Goforth Memorial Geneaology Weekend will be held next month at the library.  It’s an opportunity to learn, study and gather information about your family’s history. Librarian Mary Kokot tells us more…

  • TDCJ Hiring Seminar

    Current hiring opportunities and career benefits for Correctional Officers and other positions with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice will be presented during a seminar to be held Thursday at 6:30 at the Texas Prison…