Articles Tagged “Lone Star”

  • Commissary Service Approved for Jail

    Commissioners were in regular court session Monday morning taking care of business. Commissary service for the Walker County Jail was one of the items they looked at . . . .   Lone Star was…

  • AFSCME Union Makes Legal Move On TDCJ Prison Climate Issues

    A debate is underway to pressure Texas officials to solve what some feel are inadequate climate standards in the Lone Star state’s prison facilities. Local AFSCME Union president Lance Lowry comments on what’s underway .…

  • Ag Commissioners Staples Invites Everyone To State Fair

    Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples welcomes visitors to the State Fair of Texas — the Lone Star State’s largest fair — and encourages fairgoers to celebrate the best of Texas at the Texas Department of Agriculture’s…

  • Texas Forest Service Employees Return Home From New York

    A contingent of Texas A&M Forest Service emergency responders will return home Wednesday, January 16th, after a three-week assignment assisting residents affected by Hurricane Sandy in New York. The employees are part of the 39-member…