Articles Tagged “Monday”

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Monday a commercial burglary was investigated in the 700 block of I-45 South where unknown suspects entered a storage building and stole items. On Monday’s night shift,…

  • Jail Construction Update

    New Walker County Jail construction project director Eddie Smith filed another update at Monday morning’s Commissioners’ Court on the progress on the jail. Monday morning, he said the contractor on site was the dirt contractor.…

  • Table-Top Exercise for Active Shooter Held

    As you may recall, various law enforcement agencies were involved in active shooter training exercises at SHSU’s Woodland campus on Monday the 4th of January. Yesterday in Commissioners’ Court, Walker County Emergency Management Coordinator Butch…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on Saturday’s day shift a residential burglary was investigated in the 2400 block of Montgomery Road. On the night shift Saturday, someone damaged the tires on a vehicle in the 400…

  • District Judge Rules on Schools Issue

    District Judge John Dietz ruled Monday that the way schools are funded in Texas does not meet the requirements of the Texas Constitution for an efficient and fair system that offers a “general diffusion of…

  • Free Tax Assistance

    Free tax assistance is going to be offered again this year. Local coordinator Dick Morton says the free service by IRS certified counselors will start today and go to April 15th every Monday and Wednesday…

  • Falk Trial to Resume Monday

    The capital murder trial of John Ray Falk Jr., accused of being an accomplice in the death of TDCJ correctional officer Susan Canfield during an escape in 2007, is scheduled to resume Monday in Bryan.…

  • Library Art Contest Deadline Extended

    Due to popular demand the Huntsville Public Library’s 2nd annual Library Art Contest entry submission deadline has been extended to Monday, January 14th.  Students are encouraged to submit artwork of creatures friendly and ferocious for…

  • SHSU Active-Shooter Training Exercise Begins Monday

    SHSU Police Department Deputy Chief James Fitch informs us that beginning Monday active shooter training exercises will include the University Police Department, the Office of Inspector General, the Huntsville Police Department, and the Walker County…

  • Commissioners Approve Purchase of New Ambulance

    Monday morning Walker County Commissioners considered approval of the purchase of a 2013 Horton ambulance for EMS for $131,600 dollars. Purchasing Agent Mike Williford said that if they got it approved Monday, “there’s a discount…