Articles Tagged “San Antonio”

  • Sewing Group Honored at HEARTS Museum

    Wednesday afternoon, the HEARTS Veterans Museum got together with various volunteers for a luncheon to honor the ladies that make the lap quilts for the wounded warriors that they donate to Operation Military Embrace. In…

  • Wounded Warrior Banquet Raises Big Amount for Support Center

    According to banquet board member Lt. Colonel Robert McCormick, the Wounded Warrior Banquet earned over $102,000 for the Warrior Family Support Center in San Antonio earlier this month. Over 1,100 area citizens showed up for…

  • New City HR Director

    The City of Huntsville is excited to announce the impending arrival of Julie O’Connell, who has accepted the position of Human Resources Director. O’Connell, who for the last five years has served as the Human…

  • Local Vet David Yebra on Warrior & Family Support Center

    The next banquet for the Warrior and Family Support Center in San Antonio is coming up January 16th at 5:30. We talked with local vet David Yebra on “Around Town” this past weekend who filled…

  • “Wounded Warrior” Banquet Planning Underway

    The first annual Huntsville Wounded Warrior Banquet was held at the Walker County Fairgrounds in January 2010 with over 700 supporters in attendance. The event has grown each year since–with the 5th Annual banquet slated…

  • Man Burned in Local Gas Well Explosion

    Around 4:15 in the afternoon Tuesday, a 35-year-old contract worker from Pioneer in San Antonio was injured in a gas explosion at a well near FM 247 and Lost Indian Camp Road about 8 miles…

  • Political Speculation Begins Concerning Greg Abbott

    Since Governor Rick Perry announced Monday that he will not run for another term, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott’s spokesperson Matt Hirsch said Abbott, who is Perry’s heir-apparent, will make his intentions known in the…

  • Governor Perry to Announce Political Decisions Today

    Governor Rick Perry plans a big announcement today about his future in politics. Texas’ longest serving governor may choose to retire or run again. He plans on making the big announcement about his political plans…

  • Cash Gas & Go

    Cash, Gas & Go

    The winner of the 104.9 The Hits Cash, Gas & Go was Connie Gauntt!!!

    Connie won a trip to San Antonio for a luxurious hotel stay at the Drury Inn & Suites, complete with tickets to local attractions like the Alamo, a riverboat ride, and much more! To sweeten the pot, we gave her cash for Gas! Congratulations Connie!!!

  • SHSU Men's Basketball vs UTSA (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    UTSA Edges Out Kats in Last Seconds (62-60)

    Kannon Burrage scored 17 points including two baskets in the final 57 seconds to lead UTSA to a 62-60 Southland Conference men’s basketball victory Sunday afternoon at Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum…