Articles Tagged “Monday”

  • Emergency Coordinator Butch Davis Passes Along Hurricane Predictions

    Walker County Emergency Coordinator Butch Davis addressed Walker County Commissioners at their regular meeting Monday in regard to Hurricane Awareness Week which comes up next month. He also filled them in on the predicitions for…

  • SM Energy Makes Donations to County Departments

    Exercising their role in the community as caring citizens, SM Energy made two donations to County departments recently. EMS Director John Nabors addressed commissioners at their regular meeting Monday about the gifts . . .…

  • Aggravated Robbery Suspect Back in Jail

    A suspect in a couple of home invasion robberies in 2013 is back in the Walker County Jail after not appearing at a court date. Thirty-seven-year-old Darrick Edward Ross was picked up by Huntsville and…

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    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Monday a vehicle burglary was investigated in the 2000 block of 19th Street. A firearm was reported stolen from a residence in the 2500 block of Pine…

  • Soil Sample Kits Available

    With the spring growing season finally arriving, it’s time to get lawns and gardens ready for planting.  But what about your soil?  If you’ve had trouble growing things in the past, perhaps the Texas Research…

  • HPD Seeking Help in Locating Missing Person

    Detectives with the Huntsville Police Department are asking for assistance in locating a missing person. Andy Sandoval of Huntsville was reported missing on Wednesday, March 26th, by members of his family. He was last seen…

  • Crime Stoppers Report

    Crime Stoppers reports these crimes: A mobile home in the 200 block of FM 980 was broken into during the daytime hours on Monday, March 10th The suspects damaged the mobile home and stole several…

  • Historical Commission Office Request Approved

    The Walker County Historical Commission has been seeking more space for their work and asked commissioners again in Monday’s session of the court for office space in the Annex. The Commission’s Lois Blake addressed commissioners…

  • SHSU Financial Literacy Week Coming Up

    The Sam Houston State University Student Money Management Center will teach students how to thrive financially. The sixth annual Financial Literacy Week, Feb. 24th through 27th, will include 14 workshops and presentations over a four-day…

  • Historical Commission Seeking Office Space

    At this week’s session of Walker County Commissioners’ Court, Lois Blake and Donna Coffen from the local Historical Commission addressed commissioners on their finances and activities as well as future needs. Ms. Blake informed commissioners…