Articles Posted in the News Category

  • New Councilmembers Sworn-in and Outgoing Councilmembers Comment on their Experience

    Two new councilmembers,Tyler McCaffety and Clyde D. Loll, along with Councilmembers Olson and Councilmember Davidhizer, were on hand for the regular meeting of the Huntsville City Council last night at City Hall for swearing in.…

  • City to Construct Animal Shelter

    At last night’s regular city council session, the council approved an emergency ordinance which would allow City Manager Matt Benoit to initiate the building of an animal shelter for Huntsville. A $650,000 fund has been…

  • Auto Theft Task Force Investigates Stolen Trailers Case

    On November 14th, Deputy Ashlie Johnson with the Walker County Sheriff’s Office (who are members of the Montgomery County Auto Theft Task Force), conducted a traffic stop on a trailer, displaying what was determined to…

  • West Virginia Congressman Comments on Republicans “A Better Way” Health Care Program

    The repeal of Obamacare is planned by Republicans to take place in 2017, and a new plan will be on the way. On the House floor Tuesday, West Virginia Republican Congressman Alex Mooney applauded President-elect…

  • Trump Comments on Cost of Air Force One

    President-elect Donald Trump continues to move forward in his efforts to improve the U-S economy even before he steps in to the oval office in January. On Monday, Trump tweeted about Boeing’s 747 Air Force…

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will meet for a regular session this evening at six at City Hall. Before the regular meeting, there will be a public reception thanking Councilmembers Lydia Montgomery and Don Johnson for…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift last Friday in the 1000 block of State Highway 19 Kody Ham was arrested on two counts of possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana.…

  • Community Emergency Response Team Classes Ahead

    Walker County Community Emergency Response Team Coordinator Joe Connell informs us that new CERT classes will be underway soon, and you’re invited to participate . . . .   For an application, go to the…

  • Senator Schwertner Files Hospital Bill

    Monday, Senator Charles Schwertner (R-Georgetown) filed Senate Bill 267, legislation that would give the state more options to protect community hospitals from closure as a result of fraud or mismanagement by a corrupt hospital administrator.…

  • Congressman Brady Comments on Working with Trump Transition Team

    Our 8th District Congressman and Chair of the House Ways & Means Committee, Kevin Brady, informs us that their Ways & Means Republican team is working closely with the president-elect’s transition team . . .…