Articles Tagged “Walker County”

  • Walker County Area Go-Texan committee’s annual crawfish boil

    Walker County Area Go-Texan committee’s annual crawfish boil

    The Walker County Area Go-Texan committee’s annual crawfish boil is set for May 6. This all-you-can-eat event will feature boiled crawfish, fried catfish, potatoes, corn & French fries. Featured entertainment will be provided by Jerrett Zoch…

  • Meals-on-Wheels Fundraiser Yard Sale

    Meals-on-Wheels Fundraiser Yard Sale

    The Senior Center of Walker County is currently accepting donations for its fund-raising yard sale. The sale is set for March 25 – and will benefit the center’s “Meals-on-Wheels” program. The Senior Center is located on Highway…

  • SHSU Leadership Initiatives Volunteer Opportunities

    Students looking for ways to get involved on campus or in the community can attend the Leadership Initiatives’ Volunteer Opportunities and Student Organizations Fair today from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Lowman Student…

  • New Waverly Firefighters Busy with Weekend Fires

    New Waverly Firefighters responded to a number of wildfires over the weekend as clear skies and warmer temperatures prompted many to venture outdoors around Walker County. Despite recent heavy rains, much of Southeast Texas is…

  • Three Men Charged in School Break-ins

    The Huntsville Item reports that three men—21-year-old Ronnie Frank Morris and 21-year-old Chad Allen Eaton from Conroe, and 20-year-old New Waverly resident Paul Clark—have been indicted on first degree felonies of aggregate criminal mischief by…

  • Six Indicted in Walker County for Murder Last September

    The Huntsville Item reports that five members of a gang are now under indictment for a September murder in Walker County in which the skeletal remains of the victim were found off Grivich Drive. The…

  • Boys & Girls Club of Walker County Plan Fundraising Event

    A fundraising event is coming up where you can help out the Boys and Girls Club of Walker County. The Club’s Executive Direcor, Michelle Spencer, tells us all about it . . . .  …

  • Residential Childrens Operation Discussed by Council

    Last night, the Huntsville City Council Chamber was packed with people concerned about the possibility of a general residential operation for childcare services coming to their neighborhood. The proposed home for the services was that…

  • Commissioners’ Court Focuses on Animal Issues

    In Commissioners’ Court Monday morning, several local citizens expressed their concerns with animals on-the-loose, primarily dogs, destroying property and threatening humans and animals in Walker County at-large. Among them, Dr. Richard Watkins expressed his desire…

  • Warren Wayne Lewis Gets 75 Years

    The Huntsville Item reports that Wednesday, 40-year-old Warren Wayne Lewis was sentenced to 75 years in prison by a Walker County jury. Lewis was found guilty of the first-degree felony murder of Machelle Archie in…