Articles Tagged “October”

  • Texas Has Record Number Of Registered Voters

    Yesterday, Texas Secretary of State Nandita Berry announced that a record number of 14,025,441 Texans are registered to vote. The last day to register in time for the November 4 Election was October 6. The…

  • Montgomery County I-45 Lane Closures For Weekend

    TxDOT has announced major closures of I-45 northbound and southbound in Montgomery County. The closures will take place this weekend. The freeway’s main lanes will be closed Friday, October 3rd, beginning at 11 PM through…

  • Haunted Hayride Volunteer Orientation Event Today

    The City of Huntsville will host its second annual Haunted Hayride event in October, and this afternoon residents of all ages will have the chance to volunteer to take part in the fun. The special…

  • Distinguished SHSU Alumni Gala Scheduled

    Sam Houston State University will honor seven individuals who have brought pride to the university through their achievements, examples of good citizenship and their contributions to society at the Distinguished Alumni Gala on October 10th…

  • Benefit Barbecue For Killingsworth Family Coming Up

    A barbecue brisket fundraiser for 38-year-old Craig Killingsworth to help with medical bills and expenses has been scheduled for Thursday, October 2nd, at 11 AM at the Huntsville Animal Hospital at 368 Highway 75 North.…

  • City Needs Hayride Volunteers

    The City of Huntsville will host its second annual Haunted Hayride event on Saturday, October 25, and a special volunteer orientation event is being held next week for those interested in taking part. According to…

  • Election Info

    The November 4 Regular Election is fast approaching, and the deadline to register to vote or make any changes to name or address information is October 6. Early voting for the November election will be…

  • HISD Board Meets Tonight

    The HISD Board of Trustees will hold their regular board meeting at the Hawkins Administration Building tonight at six. The Board will recognize the employee and educator of the month, and John Fortner. Among items…

  • Former Secretary of State James Baker To Speak At SHSU

    SHSU Associate Director of Communications Julia May informs us that former United States Secretary of State–and one of the only four people who have received the Sam Houston Humanitarian Award–James Baker, will come to SHSU…

  • Haunted Hayride Volunteers Needed

    The City of Huntsville is going to host its second annual Haunted Hayride on Saturday, October 25, and is looking for volunteers who would like to partake in this event. Volunteer roles include, but are…