Articles Tagged “Texas”

  • Ethician Museum Inaugurations

    The Ethician Museum of Texas Furniture will celebrate its “Grand Opening” today at 1405 University Avenue in Huntsville, Texas between 4 and 7 P.M. The Texas Furniture Museum is housed in the same building as…

  • County Rescue & Clean-up Activity

    According to the Item, county emergency officials were kept busy this week Along with the help of Texas’ state urban search and rescue team, local emergency responders Tuesday rescued and treated a man stranded in…

  • Click-it Or Ticket

    The Click It or Ticket enforcement mobilization is taking place all over the state through May 31st.   Law enforcement all over Texas will be stepping up their efforts to ticket motorists who are not…

  • Restorative Ministries Director Comments On Faith’s Effect On Recidivism

    In a very informative interview on “Around Town” this past weekend, Restorative Justice Ministries Network Executive Director Bill Kleiber passed along that faith has been playing a role in reducing recidivism in Texas prisons .…

  • Former Huntsville Hornet Dies Near Buffalo-Another Seriously Injured

    We have confirmed reports this morning of a traffic accident near Buffalo,Texas last night that has taken the life of one former Huntsville Hornet student-athlete, with an additional former Hornet now hospitalized with serious injuries.…

  • ISIS Claims Responsibility For Attack In Garland

    Tuesday, the ISIS terror organization claimed responsibility for their attack this past weekend in Texas at a cartoon contest using images of the Muslim prophet Muhammad. Two terrorist shooters died at the event as police…

  • SHSU Online Earns High Affordability Ranking

    Many students want an affordable education but don’t have the time or resources to commute to a physical campus. For those students, Sam Houston State University offers many fully online programs that won’t break the…

  • Kent Sprouse Executed

    Forty-two-year-old Kent Sprouse was executed by lethal injection at the Huntsville Unit last night for the 2002 murder of Ferris, Texas police officer Harry Marvin Steinfeldt III outside a convenience store. Sprouse also shot and…

  • High Speed Rail Issue Discussed In Commissioners’ Court

    At the regular meeting of Commissioners’ Court this week, local citizen Linda Thompson updated commissioners on the proposed high-speed train from Central Railway that would travel between Dallas and Houston. There are no plans, so…

  • Senator Cruz Announces Presidential Candidacy At Liberty University

    Rafael Edward “Ted” Cruz, Senator from Texas, announced his run for the presidency Monday. He addressed a huge crowd of students at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia . . . .