Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Texas and Other States Fight Transgender Restroom Guidelines

    Ten states and Texas are suing the Obama administration regarding the recent directive which allows transgender students the use of public school locker rooms and bathrooms in public schools that agree with their gender identity.…

  • Clinton E-Mail Issues in the News Again

    A State Department Inspector General Report says that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ignored federal records rules and guidelines for cybersecurity with her use of a personal email server for government business. The report…

  • Former SHSU ROTC Adviser to be Honored

    Staff Sgt. Raymond “Jack” Schuder, former adviser to Sam Houston State University’s ROTC Schuder’s Ranger Company, will be recognized for his outstanding service and achievements on July 14, as he is inducted into the U.S.…

  • Blue Star Museums Program Coming Soon

    Marketing Coordinator for the Sam Houston Memorial Museum, Megan Buro, tells us the Blue Star Museum program will be going into effect soon . . . .   This year’s Blue Star Museums represent not…

  • House Foreign Affairs Hearing on Implementation of Iran Nuclear Agreement

    Wednesday, members of the House Foreign Affairs Committee on implementation of the Iran nuclear agreement met in a hearing. One important issue commented on by California Congressman Dana Rohrbacher regarded the change in the original…

  • Senator Cornyn Addresses Fiduciary Rule

    This week on the Senate floor U.S. Senator John Cornyn discussed a legislative measure to block the Obama Administration’s ‘Fiduciary Rule’ that he says restricts access to investment advice and which he feels is part…

  • Voting Results

    Here are the final unofficial local voting results for Walker County’s Primary Runoff elections: Locally, Ernest Bailes had 2,488 votes. Keith Strahan had 1,248 District-wide Ernest Bailes had 7,554 votes to Keith Strahan’s 3,650 In…

  • Trumps Picks Up Delegates in Washington–Opposed by Protesters in New Mexico

    With no candidate in opposition, Donald Trump won the Republican presidential primary in Washington state Tuesday, putting him closer to the 1,237 delegates necessary to garner the GOP nomination. In Albuquerque last night, police in…

  • Justice Center Complex Repair Moving Forward

    The much needed renovation repair to the Justice Center Complex will soon be getting underway. This week in Commissioners’ Court County Purchasing Agent Mike Williford informed commissioners about a recent meeting with architect Kenny Burns,…

  • IRS Commissioner John Koskinen a No-Show at Hearing

    Tuesday, the House Judiciary Committee heard testimony regarding the possible impeachment of IRS Commissioner John Koskinen.  Mr. Koskinen did not show up. Virginia Congressman Bob Goodlatte explained the allegations against him . . . .…