Articles Tagged “show”

  • Meat Goat Competition Held at Fair

    In the meat goat show at the Walker County Fair this year, there were 51 goats competing in five weight classifications. Fifteen-year-old New Waverly High School student Luke Yargo had the Grand Champion. Eleven-year-old Alpha…

  • Garden Show Planned this Weekend

    If you’re looking for some something to do this weekend, you might want to stop by the Rusty, Chippy, Vintage, Hippy and Garden Show out at the Fairgrounds. Show spokesperson Frederic Morris tells us more…

  • Wrestling Event Comes to SHSU Sunday

    TNA Entertainment brings its lineup of IMPACT Wrestling superstars to Sam Houston State University this Sunday, February 16th. The Huntsville tour pit stop will include live cage matches by Bully Ray, Magnus, Mr. Anderson, Olympic…

  • HPD Clears-Up Home Invasion Rumors

    The Huntsville Police Department has been made aware of several social media postings regarding robberies and/or home invasions at various apartment complexes in Huntsville. The department would like to assure citizens that while calls pertaining…

  • Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Scholarships

    The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has given out more than $350 million in scholarships and other education programs in Texas. Texas Department of Agriculture Administrator Rick Roads tells us, “Currently over 2,000 students are…

  • Banquet Tickets for Warrior Family Support Center Available

    The banquet for the Warrior Family Support Center is coming up. Chairman of the Veterans Affairs Advisory Board for Huntsville, Wayne Keen, updates us . . . . BANQUET12-19-13 Keen says at the Warrior and…

  • COME Auction & Dessert Party Fundraiser Saturday

    The Community Organization for Missionary Endeavor, or COME, is having an Auction and Dessert Party on Saturday, November 9th, at 7p.m. at the Prison Museum on Highway 75 North. The organization has a new building…

  • Texas Equine Incentive Program

    Horses are a big focus of interest in our part of the state. Texas Ag Commissioner Todd Staples says, “The horse industry has a statewide economic impact of more than $5 billion a year.” To…

  • New Law Requires Farmers and Ranchers to Show Proof of Eligibility for Plates

    A new state law requires farmers and ranchers to show their state comptroller-issued Texas Agricultural or Timber Exemption Registration number before obtaining farm license plates and/or temporary excess weight permits at the Vehicle Registration Office.…

  • Sam Houston Museum on PBS

    While General Sam Houston is well-known in Texas as a politician and soldier, those outside of Texas may not be as familiar with Houston’s accomplishments, which also include serving as a congressman and governor for…