Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Huntsville ISD- Hornet’s Nest Report for 11/15/17

    Here is this week’s Hornet’s Nest   Sponsored by Wiesner of Huntsville

  • City Council To Meet Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will have a special meeting Tuesday at 6 o’clock in the city chambers. City fathers will also be meeting earlier at 5:15 for a work session centered around the adoption of…

  • Six Arrests In Murder Investigation

    A murder investigation of skeletal remains that began on September 19, 2016, by officers with the Huntsville Police Department has led to the arrest of 5 suspects and an active murder warrant on a sixth…

  • Huntsville City Charter Under Review

    The Huntsville City Charter is being reviewed. A review committee was appointed by the City Council in October and began its work Saturday. Wednesday at 4 o’clock the committee members will meet and consider how…

  • Senator Schwertner Files for Re-Election

    Today, Republican State Senator Charles Schwertner filed for reelection to Texas Senate District 5. Schwertner has served in the Texas Senate since 2013 and previously served in the Texas House of Representatives. “Today I am…

  • Playoffs in the eyes of local schools

    All three schools in Huntsville will be continuing into the playoffs. The Huntsville Hornets and SHSU Bearkats won their games over the weekend, while Alpha Omega dropped a close contest to Brazosport Christian. The Hornets…

  • Congressman Brady Makes Closing Remarks at Tax Reform Markup

    Thursday, the House Ways & Means Committee, headed up by it’s Chairman Congressman Kevin Brady, finished their fourth and last day of the markup of Republican tax reform legislation . . . . The committee…

  • Weigh Station Update

    During their meeting Monday, Walker County Commissioners had a workshop with Texas DPS Sergeant Gray on issues related to the weigh station in New Waverly. A weighing scale there has been inoperable because of an…

  • Earnest Utley, Sr. Found Guilty

    The Huntsville Item reports that 65-year-old Earnest Utley, Sr. was found guilty Thursday of murdering Timeshia Roshandra Franklin two years ago. Utley has been sentenced to 75 years in prison. He will have to serve…

  • Veterans Day Oakwood Cemetery Tour

    Tomorrow, Veterans Day, the Oakwood Cemetery Board is having a one-hour Oakwood Cemetery tour. They will present facts regarding burials and talk about ancient cemeteries and about the interesting people who are buried there. The…