Articles Tagged “Texas”

  • Sen. Cornyn Comments On Criminal Justice Reform

    Our senator from Texas, John Cornyn, this week addressed reporters in regard to recent efforts to move forward on Criminal Justice reforms . . . .   Senator Cornyn added, “Hopefully, after we get through…

  • Immigration Event At SHSU

    An estimated 11 million people reside in the U.S. illegally and more than 1.6 million of those inhabit Texas alone. With numbers like these, there is no doubt that immigration is an issue that personally…

  • Senator Cruz Comments On “Sanctuary Cities” Issues

    On Tuesday, Senate Democrats blocked a bill that would crack down on sanctuary cities. Our Senator from Texas, Ted Cruz, addressed the U-S Senate on issues with Sanctuary Cities in America. In his speech he…

  • Main Street Program Looking For Volunteers

    Huntsville, Texas is a city which has always been aided by a lot of volunteer support. Main Street Coordinator Lindsay Lauher fills us in on another way you can help . . . .  …

  • Forest Service Offering Temporary Jobs To Qualified Veterans

    The U.S. Forest Service is seeking qualified veterans for paid training in prescribed burns and wildland fire suppression for temporary positions. Veterans selected for the eight-week program must be 18 years or older with an…

  • Private Sector Jobs Added In Texas

    The State of Texas added 14,300 private sector jobs during the month of September, according to the ADP Regional Employment Report. The ADP Regional Employment Report measures the change in regional and state non-farm private…

  • Senator Cornyn Comments on Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

    This Week Senate Democrats refused to let a vote on a 20-week abortion ban go forward. The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act failed 54-42. The Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell, needed 60 votes to moved ahead…

  • Deputy Darren Goforth Scholarship Created At SHSU

    Several groups of Sam Houston State University students, some of whose members will one day be wearing a badge themselves, have joined to establish a scholarship fund in memory of Deputy Darren Goforth of the…

  • Ag Commissioner Miller Says We Need More Young Farmers

    The Texas Ag population is aging. Ag Commissioner Sid Miller says, “The average age of farmers and ranchers here in Texas is 58.” The Texas Ag Department is working to get more youth involved in…

  • Donald Trump Speaks In Dallas

    Presidential candidate Donald J. Trump was on a campaign swing through Texas last night. He spoke to a sellout crowd at the American Airlines Center in Dallas . . . .