Articles Tagged “Wednesday”

  • Flood Victim Assistance Update

    As we’ve been informing you for a few days, donations can be dropped off locally here in Huntsville for Trinity River flood victims at First United Methodist Church Youth Building at the corner of 10th…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday the theft of a firearm from a vehicle was investigated in the 2500 block of Pineshadows. An 18-wheeler hit a pole at 11th Street and State…

  • All-Veterans Career Fair Coming Up In Houston

    Disabled American Veterans and the military-to-civilian recruitment firm RecruitMilitary will produce an All- Veterans Career Fair at Minute Maid Park on Wednesday, June 24th. DAV and RecruitMilitary are inviting veterans who already have civilian work…

  • County Judge Danny Pierce Appoints Interim Pct. 3 Commissioner

    Walker County Judge Danny Pierce has appointed retired insurance agent Glen R. Reader to complete the remaining term of former Precinct #3 Commissioner Bobby Warren. Mr. Reader was sworn in in a ceremony Wednesday in…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday two thefts were reported–one in the 4000 block of Sam Houston Avenue and the other in the 300 block of Green Leaf Street. On the night…

  • State Parks Recovering From Recent Storms

    Torrential storms that have continued to hammer much of the state for more than a week now are leaving their mark on Texas’ State Park system. As of Wednesday, more than 50 state parks report…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday a vehicle burglary was investigated in the 2600 block of Milam Street. In the 1000 block of Elm, an unknown suspect entered a vehicle and stole…

  • Fire Destroys Mobile Home

    Fire destroyed a single-wide mobile home Wednesday afternoon in the 300 block of Sowell Drive. No one was at home when the blaze got underway. The American Red Cross is assisting the people who lived…

  • 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…

  • Senator Cornyn Questions Information Officer On Clinton Emails

    The Honorable Joyce A. Barr, the State Department’s chief freedom of information officer, was questioned Wednesday in a Senate Judiciary Committee meeting on open records laws. In focusing on the issue of the missing emails…