Articles Tagged “registration”

  • Chamber Events Ahead

    There are several events ahead sponsored by the Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber Small Business Breakfast is this Thursday April 9th at Golden Corral at 7:30 a.m. The sponsor is On Pointe Dance.…

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    Official Rules- Roll-A-Refund

    NO PURCHASE, OR SUBMISSION TO SALES PRESENTATION NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE, OR SUBMISSION TO SALES PRESENTATION DOES NOT INCREASE CHANCES OF WINNING. VOID OUTSIDE THE ELIGIBLE AREA STATED BELOW AND WHERE PROHIBITED…

  • Wynne Home Friends A Great Help

    A reminder that registration for classes at the Wynne Home in Huntsville is underway right now. You can register at the Wynne Home during regular operating hours or by picking up one of the brochures…

  • Kids “Q” Coming Up

    The City’s “This Week in Huntsville” says the Parks and Leisure Department will be assisting with the Kids “Q” for the 2015 Shotgun Fred BBQ Showdown, February 26th through 28th at the Walker County Fairgrounds.…

  • Texas.Gov Website For Government Tasks Online

    With the new year upon us, Texas.gov is a great way to meet your resolution of being more organized. In just a few simple clicks, you can take care of many government tasks online. While…

  • Two Steps – One Sticker Program Coming March 1st

    Beginning March 1, 2015, your vehicle will no longer be issued an inspection sticker, and your registration sticker will serve as combined proof of inspection and registration. How It Works– Step 1: From March 1,…

  • Rodeo & Trail Ride Coming Up In February

    A big calf-roping fundraiser and youth rodeo at the Walker County Fairgrounds, and an educational trail ride, are coming up in February. Spokesperson Toriano Bryant tells us all about it . . . .  …

  • Genealogy Classes Scheduled

    The Huntsville Public Library is pleased to host a series of five Personalized Genealogy Classes taught by Johnnie Jo Dickenson, Professional Genealogist. Topics will be chosen by the attendees during the first class – the…

  • Women’s Leadership Conference At SHSU

    Sam Houston State University’s Center for Leadership and Service will offer students—some of whom may be the next great, powerful women—the opportunity to learn about topics related to women’s leadership on Nov. 21 through its…

  • Early Voting Update

    County Election Officer Diana McRae informs us that early voting is off to a great start with over 1,500 voters showing up at the Annex in the first three days. Her office wants to encourage…