Articles Tagged “Texas”

  • SHSU’s LEMIT Completes Texas Police Chief Survey

    SHSU Criminal Justice Public Relations Officer Beth Kuhles informs us that this past spring semester the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas, LEMIT, at SHSU, completed a survey of Texas police chiefs. She passes along…

  • EMC Butch Davis Request P.O.’s for Food in Future Emergency Cases

    As you probably know, Walker County is a shelter hub in case of emergency in this area of Texas. We have the Walker County Storm Shelter, as well as other facilities on standby, for local…

  • Search Firm for City Manager Approved

    At Tuesday night’s special session of the Huntsville City Council, the Council approved a search firm to help them select a new city manager. Councilmember Keith Olson said the ad hoc committee looking into search…

  • TxDOT Launches New Online Map Application

    The Texas Department of Transportation has launched a new online map application, Drive Texas™, that provides travelers with real-time traffic conditions, traffic and weather feeds, as well as links to other useful travel information. Drive…

  • SHSU Bearkat Baseball (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    BASEBALL: Seniors Earn Top League Academic Awards

    Sam Houston State senior Jake Arrington has been named the Southland Conference Baseball Student-Athlete of the Year, the league office announced Wednesday in conjunction with the release of the 2012 Academic All-Southland Baseball Team…

  • Library Card Required Beginning July 2nd

    Beginning Monday, July 2nd, the Huntsville Public Library will require all customers to bring their library cards to check out items or use the computers. Customers who have misplaced their library cards may obtain a…

  • Ag Commissioner Staples to Speak in Huntsville

    On Tuesday, June 19th, Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples will speak at the Region 6 Education Service Center Summer Administrators’ retreat in Huntsville. Commissioner Staples will discuss the future of education in Texas, school safety, and…

  • Juneteenth Parade Scheduled

    The Progressive Women’s Association of Huntsville, in celebration of Texas’ abolition of slavery, will host a Juneteenth Parade tomorrow. The entire community is invited to participate. Line-up begins at 8 AM Saturday next to the…

  • Romney in Houston Wednesday Night

    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney spoke to about 350 supporters at the St. Regis Hotel in Houston Wednesday evening. Romney was introduced by former Ronald Reagan Chief of Staff and Secretary of State to George…

  • Road Work

    Temporarily Closure of Old Colony Road at SH 19

    On Monday, June 4, weather permitting TxDOT will temporarily close Old Colony Road at SH 19.

    A signed detour will be in place to direct traffic to each side of Old Colony Road. This closure will allow the contractor to rebuild Old Colony Rd on both the east and west sides of SH 19 and construct the SH 19 proposed northbound main lanes. This closure is expected to last three weeks.