Articles Tagged “Walker County”

  • Early Morning Fire Destroys Mobile Home

    A fire that begin shortly after midnight this morning in the Watson lake Subdivision in southeast Walker County sent two residents to hospitals with burns. The mobile home was a total loss. New Waverly Fire…

  • SHSU’s Lt. Col. Robert McCormick Comments On Leadership

    It’s Veteran’s Week at SHSU and in Walker County with special Veterans events in the city this week. Today, at the university, there’s a Veterans Job and Resource Fair from 10 to 2 at SHSU’s…

  • NEW TRAFFIC LIGHT IN TOWN FRIDAY

    New Traffic Signal at IH-45 frontage road and SH 75 Watch for new frontage road alignment and signal WALKER COUNTY —Beginning Friday, November 7, 2014, weather permitting; the Texas Department of Transportation’s (TxDOT) contractor will…

  • Contested Political Race Winners Comment

    We solicited comments from winners of the recent contested political races in Walker County. Detective Stephen Cole who won the Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 Seat with around 67% of the vote has suffered…

  • “Burn Ban” Lifted

    Because of recent new moisture in the area, the “Burn Ban” for Walker County has been lifted.

  • Community Plan Meeting Next Week

    Every year Walker County comes up with a special community plan they submit to the Governor’s Office in Austin in regard to improving efforts in issues involving juvenile justice. Deputy Walker County Emergency Coordinator David…

  • Mayor Woodward Comments On Elections

    Early voting is underway in Walker County. At a recent City Council session, Mayor Mac Woodward passed along information about the elections . . . . MAYORELECT10-21-14 The location for early voting in Walker County…

  • Amateur Radio Operator and First Responder Drill This Weekend

    Local amateur radio operators and first-responders will be participating in a drill in Walker County this weekend. CERT Coordinator Joe Connell tells us more . . . . Mr. Connell also said they “will be…

  • National Night Out Celebrated Last Night In Huntsville

    Last night’s National Night Out event in the Academy and Target parking lots brought out the finest in law enforcement in Walker County including HPD, the Fire Department, Sheriff’s Office, EMS, DPS, SHSU Police, the…

  • TxDOT’s District Engineer Catherine Hejl Honored

    On September 24th, Catherine Hejl, TxDOT District Engineer for the Bryan District which serves the Huntsville area, received an Outstanding Women in Texas Government Award in the category of Outstanding Management from the State Agency…