Articles Tagged “PM”

  • SHSU Planetarium Presentation Today

    Today, the the SHSU planetarium will present “The Nature of Science” and “The Colors of Summer” beginning at 4 PM. “The Nature of Science” is a 22-minute program intended to communicate what science is and…

  • Hurricane Ike Repair Assistance Available

    Walker County residents whose homes sustained damage during Hurricane Ike are encouraged to attend a Hurricane Ike Intake/Outreach day on Thursday, June 20th at the Huntsville Public Library from 4 PM to 7 PM. Hurricane…

  • SHSU Theatre Productions for June

    SHSU Theatre Manager Katie Stefaniak informs us that the Department of Theatre and Musical Theatre will present four productions in June . . . ,. SHSUTHEA6-10-13 Ms. Stefaniak says “Zeus Story will begin at 7…

  • Cop Killer Executed at Walls Unit

    Thirty-seven-year-old Jefferey Demond Williams, convicted of killing a Houston police officer in 1999, was executed at the Walls Unit Wednesday. Williams shot and killed 39-year-old police officer Troy Blando while he was trying to handcuff…

  • City Charter Review Committee Meets

    Having put together a list of questions in regard to the City Charter during the last three months, Huntsville’s City Charter Review Committee members met Tuesday to discuss several issues. Some of the ideas under…

  • HISD Bond Election Day Tomorrow

    Election Day for the HISD Bond election takes place tomorrow, Saturday, from 7 AM to 7 PM, at various precinct locations. For election day poll locations go to the website walker.tx.us under “Current Elections,” or…

  • SAAFE House Crawfest Preparations Underway

    The 8th Annual SAAFE House Crawfest gets underway Thursday, June 13th, at 6 PM with the feast starting at 7 o’clock. There’ll be a silent and live auction. We recently talked with Marketing and Development…

  • Early Voting Continues

    Early voting is underway in the HISD Bond election. The Walker County Annex at 1301 Sam Houston Avenue is open for early voting today and tomorrow, Monday through Tuesday, from 8 AM to 5 PM.…

  • Congressman Brady Holding Roundtable Meeting for Law Enforcement at Noon

    Today at noon Congressman Kevin Brady is holding a roundtable meeting with local law enforcement officers, constables, and deputies to get their input on the issues that affect their communities. The roundtable is scheduled from…

  • Charter Review Meeting Hears Citizen Input

    The City’s Charter Review Committee listened to citizen input during their meeting at City Hall Tuesday. Former council candidate and SHSU student Kendall Scudder said he would like to see the two at-large positions on…