Articles Tagged “Texas”

  • 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 . . . .

  • SHSU Receives “Best Bang For Buck” Recognition

    SHSU Manager of Communications, Jennifer Gauntt, informs us that Sam Houston State University students are getting more than just a reasonably priced education. They’re getting the “Best Bang for the Buck” according to a new…

  • Corporation Economic Development Sales And Use Tax Ordinance Proposed For Voters

    At this week’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, councilmembers considered adoption of an ordinance to order a special election to be held November 3rd regarding a “Type A” Corporation Economic Development Sales and…

  • SHSU-UT Tyler Sign Engineering Program Collaboration Agreement

    Sam Houston State University and The University of Texas at Tyler have opened the doors to provide an effective pathway for SHSU students to earn a bachelor’s degree in selected engineering fields thanks to a…

  • SHSU & UT Tyler Pathway Engineering Degree Agreement To Be Signed

    Sam Houston State University Provost Jaimie Hebert and The University of Texas at Tyler Provost Amir Mirmiran will sign a memorandum of understanding that will provide an effective pathway for students at SHSU to earn…

  • Estate Planning Seminar Ahead

    An Estate Planning Seminar will be presented free to the public on Tuesday, August 18th, from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the Library Community Room. Attorney-at-law Evelyn L. Gordon will discuss how an estate…

  • Governor Abbott Recommends Texans Conserve Energy

    This week, Governor Greg Abbott urged all Texans to use energy responsibly during peak hours – between 3:00 PM and 7:00 PM – to combat the growing statewide demand for electricity. For the first time…

  • HPD Investigating “Bank Jugging”

    The Huntsville Police Department is investigating two recent reports of “Bank Jugging”. The act of jugging involves criminals who lurk in bank parking lots and watch as customers leave the bank. The criminals then follow…

  • SHSU Nursing Graduates Have Top Level Exam Success

    Sam Houston State University’s May 2015 nursing graduates had a 97 percent first-time National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses pass rate, significantly higher than the 2014 Texas pass rate of 81 percent and the…