Articles Tagged “Trinity”

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift last Friday a vehicle burglary was investigated in the 200 block of Evergreen Drive. On the night shift Friday, an unknown suspect stole a firearm from a…

  • Second Suspect in Trinity Shooting Turns Himself In

    Over the weekend, the Huntsville Item reports that 23-year-old Huntsville man Bobby Ray Adams, Jr. turned himself in to law enforcement authorities in connection to a New Year’s Day shooting in Trinity. A 19-year-old and…

  • Trinity ISD Meets Tonight

    The Trinity ISD Board of Trustees meets tonight in the Administration Building at six. They will recognize the TMS One Act Play and also Employees of the Month Dot Paske, Meranda Johnson and Misty Coleman.…

  • C.A.S.A. VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT

    When a child enters the foster care system because their home is no longer safe, a judge may appoint a committed volunteer to help them. That volunteer is called a Court Appointed Special Advocate, or…

  • County EMC Butch Davis Urges Flood Victims To Register With FEMA

    Maybe you haven’t been in the flooded area of Walker County to see it, but there are several hundred homes that have been flooded by the recent heavy rains and the swollen Trinity river in…

  • 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…

  • Huge Video Scoreboards for SHSU Athletic venues

    Sam Houston State University is getting new state-of-the-art video boards for its facilities on campus for football, track and field, volleyball, basketball and softball, just in time for the Fall 2015 sports season. Jim and…

  • Tornado Watch This Morning

    A “Tornado Watch” is in effect for Walker, Trinity, Madison, and San Jacinto counties until 11 this morning.

  • HPD Looking For Men Involved In Check Fraud

    On July 11, 2014, several men described as Hispanic cashed fraudulent payroll checks from Southwood Forest Products (Steely Lumber) at First Financial Bank for several thousand dollars. On August 1, several men again cashed fraudulent…

  • Four Booked On Theft Of Property

    Four people–39-year-old Kevin Bright, 37-year-old Robert Henkhause, 41-year-old Robin Harrison and 36-year-old Candace McDaniel of Conroe–were booked into the Walker County Jail on theft of property charges. The arrests were initiated following an investigation that…