Articles Tagged “Texas”

  • Chris Kyle Day In Texas

    Governor Greg Abbott has declared today “Chris Kyle Day” in Texas. Chris Kyle was a Navy Seal from Odessa who is being portrayed in the blockbuster film “American Sniper.” Two years ago on this day,…

  • SHSU Professor To Speak At Roundtable Event On Cuba

    Since President Barack Obama’s recent announcement to improve relations between the United States and Cuba, many are expressing thoughts and opinions of what Cuba will be like if the embargo is lifted. Rafael Samuell-Muñoz  will…

  • Congressman Brady Comments On Trade

    In the new congress, our congressman Kevin Brady reports he wants “American companies and Texas companies to succeed in the global market and grow jobs here at home . . . .”

  • Senator Cruz With Advice For Republicans

    U-S Senator from Texas, Ted Cruz, in speaking at the 2015 Heritage Action Conservative Policy Summit had advice for Republicans in Washington . . . .  

  • Entergy Texas Reminds Customers To Be Wary Of Scams

    Scammers continue to target Entergy customers in Texas and surrounding states. The con artist calls and tells the customer their electric bill payment is past due, and that service will be disconnected within the hour…

  • Texas Legislature Back In Session Today

    Today at noon the 84th session of the Texas Legislature gets underway to begin 140 days of considering legislation and putting together a budget. Legislators will be looking at a possible $113 billion to allocate…

  • Texas Has A New Ag Commissioner

    The State of Texas has a new Ag Commissioner. He is Sid Miller . . . .   Commissioner Miller is very interested in agriculture education as he was a former Ag teacher. He served…

  • SHSU Receives Grant From The Texas Joint Admission Medical Program

    Sam Houston State University’s Medical and Allied Health Programs office, in the College of Health Sciences, has received a $20,000 grant from the Texas Joint Admission Medical Program. The grant will provide for SHSU’s inaugural…

  • “Go Texan” Program

    Texans express pride in their great state in many ways. Deputy Texas Ag Commissioner Drew DeBerry  tells us Go Texan is a symbol of Texas pride. He says the Go Texan mark “was designed to…

  • New Executve Director For Region VI Education Service Center

    Region 6 Education Service Center in Huntsville has a new Executive Director. He is Michael Holland. In a letter published on the Region 6 website, Mr. Holland considers the appointment a “great honor,” and he…