Articles Tagged “Wednesday”

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday an unknown suspect was reported to have stolen money in the 1300 block of Sam Houston Avenue. At the intersection of Pine Street and Boettcher, a…

  • Audubon Bird Count Saturday

    You’re invited to a local annual bird count tomorrow morning. In charge of publicity for the Huntsville Audubon Society, Sharyn Pezant, fills us in . . . .   Very young people should be accompanied…

  • Prime Minister Netanyahu Responds to Kerry Speech

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded to Secretary John Kerry’s speech on the U-S’s abstaining from a vote in the U-N on Israel, on Wednesday. . . .   Prime Minister Netanyahu said,, “We have…

  • Spanish Classes Returning to Library

    The popular free Spanish classes are returning to the Huntsville Public Library. Instructor Beth Williamson will be teaching Beginning and Advanced classes on Wednesdays in the Community Room. The 15-week program begins Wednesday, February 1st,…

  • Commissioners’ Court Special Session Wednesday

    Coming up this Wednesday, Walker County Commissioners will meet at nine at the courthouse for a special agenda. Walker County Emergency Management Coordinator Butch Davis will discuss withdrawing from the Texas Department of Agriculture 2015…

  • 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…

  • “Back the Blue” Golf Tournament Ahead

    Walker County Sheriff Clint McRae told us Wednesday that the “Back the Blue” fundraising Golf Tournament at the Raven Nest Golf Course for law enforcement is coming up soon, and they have a few more…

  • HEB Issues Recall on Raw Shelled Pistachios

    H E B announced Wednesday that it has issued a recall for both bulk and packaged raw shelled pistachios. The product is being removed because there is potential it could be contaminated with Salmonella. The recall affects…

  • SHSU Coach K.C. Keeler Named Winner of 2016 STATS FCS Eddie Robinson Award

    Sam Houston State University head coach K.C. Keeler has been named the winner of the 2016 STATS FCS Eddie Robinson Award, given to the top coach in the FCS.  The award was announced Wednesday. Keeler…

  • Warren Lewis Murder Trial Began Wednesday

    The Huntsville Item reports that Wednesday testimony got underway in the murder trial of 40-year-old Warren Wayne Lewis at the courthouse. Lewis has been accused of murdering 47-year-old Machelle Archie over a year ago in…