Articles Tagged “online”

  • HISD Board Okays Construction Company to Upgrade Football & Soccer Fields

    At a special called meeting Thursday, the HISD Board of Trustees chose Paragon Sports Construction to complete $1.5 million dollars in upgrades to the high school football and soccer field, including building two more practice…

  • Extension Agent Lepley on Pet Evacuation during Disasters

    Although no hurricane is imminent now, during the time of the last incident what to do with pets became an issue. At this week’s “Are You Ready?” emergency preparedness seminar, Walker County Emergency Management Coordinator…

  • Around the Web: Pistol Annies Become Comic Book Heroes

    Around the Web: Pistol Annies Become Comic Book Heroes

    Pistol Annies draw up an online comic book adventure. Trisha Yearwood tells People magazine about her slimmed-down look. Kree Harrison earns a country star’s respect on American Idol. Sarah Darling gets engaged to her British…

  • Seats Still Available for SHSU’s “Let’s Talk”

    Sam Houston State University will bring together a group of renowned experts on a variety of subjects to speak with guests in a conversational setting during the sixth annual “LET’S TALK!” on March 21st. Seats…

  • SHSU Receives Recognition for Online Education Programs

    SHSU Manager of Communications Jennifer Gauntt informs us that the university has again achieved high marks in U-S News & World Reports annual rankings of online education programs . . . . shsuonlin1-30-13

  • SHSU Criminal Justice Department Offers Study Abroad Programs

    Criminal justice students have the opportunity to visit and learn about systems in China and the United Kingdom this summer through two study abroad programs offered by the College of Criminal Justice. The program is…

  • Online Payment of Traffic Fines

    Anyone needing to pay traffic fines or court costs to the Walker County Clerk’s office can now do so online or by phone. County Clerk Kari French updated Commissioners’ Court on the new setup this…

  • Holiday Shopping Sets Records

    According to a survey released by the National Retail Federation, shoppers made history at stores and websites during the Thanksgiving weekend. The survey says 247 million shoppers visited websites and stores starting the day of…

  • Library Plans Identity Theft Seminar

    Huntsville Public Library Adult Programming Services Coordinator Denise Tilson tells us that identity theft is on the rise. She says, “It’s not confined to people who go online–it’s everybody . . . .” [audio:http://ksam1017.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/DENISE11-20-12.mp3|titles=DENISE11-20-12] Ms.…

  • SHSU Regents Approve New Degree & Criminal Justice Departments

    A new online business degree offered by Sam Houston State University that targets students who have not been able to enroll in or complete their undergraduate degree in a traditional setting was among the items…