Articles Tagged “Monday”

  • Library Reptile Program Monday

    The Huntsville Public Library has a special program you might want to take the kids too next Monday. Children’s Coordinator Rachel McPhail tells us all about it . . . .

  • Election Director Diana McRae Addresses Commissioners on Upcoming Elections

    County Election Director Diana McRae addressed several matters regarding the upcoming November elections with Commissioners at a special session Monday. Initially, she talked about “possibly being in a joint election agreement with seven other entities…

  • FBI Director Comey on Omar Mateen

    Director of the FBI James Comey addressed reporters Monday regarding the investigation of Terrorist Omar Mateen who killed 49 people in Orlando Sunday . . . .

  • Commissioners Court Discusses Weapon Issues in Regard to Courthouse

    In commissioners’ court Monday morning, carrying firearms in the courthouse was discussed. The founder of Texas Carry, Terry Holcomb, Sr., expressed his desire that the County would allow licensed individuals to openly carry or carry…

  • Commissioners Met Monday

    Walker County Commissioners met for a special session at the courthouse Monday to discuss several issues. One item on the agenda concerned approving accepting a chosen bid for chiller replacement at the Courthouse. County Judge…

  • Junkapalooza Postponed

    Due to the weather, Junk-a-palooza will be moved from this Saturday to Saturday, June 18th.  It will be at the same times, 8am-noon. They are extending the vendor deadline until Monday, June 13th, so if…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on last Friday’s day shift an assault was investigated in the 1300 block of Avenue C. A burglary was reported in the 1400 block of Nottingham. A vehicle burglary was investigated…

  • Early Voting Update

    Walker County elections manager Julie Cooper reports that the total number of voters checked-in during the first day of early voting Monday was 355; of those voters, 10 voted in the Democratic Primary, and 345…

  • Venue Change Requested for John Ray Falk

    According to the Huntsville Item, Monday Judge Bill McAdams heard witnesses from the defense and prosecution in regard to whether John Ray Falk, Jr., who is accused of being part of an attempted escape that…

  • Ken Meyer “Never Quit March” Coming to Town

    Ken Meyer, a former Air force Security Police Veteran and PTSD survivor on a 628-mile “Never Quit” march to raise funds for the Lone Survivor Foundation, will be escorted into Huntsville to the HEART Veterans…