Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Veterans to Showcase Creative Writing

    Sam Houston State University students currently enrolled in creative writing courses will host a Creative Writing Showcase today at 4 p.m. in the Dan Rather Mass Communications Building Room 126. The showcase is part of…

  • Ken Paxton Charged

    Monday, U-S Security and Exchange Commission regulators charged Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton with four counts of civil fraud. The charges are additional charges for Paxton who is under an indictment for allegedly deceiving investors.…

  • Commissioners Meet Today

    Walker County Commissioners meet at the courthouse for a regular meeting at nine this morning.

  • Two House Fires in ESD #2 over Weekend

    Firefighters from New Waverly responded to two house fires Saturday in Walker County Emergency Services District #2. The first fire broke out Saturday morning on the front porch of a home on Dorrell Rd in…

  • Relay for Life Planned for Later this Week

    THE FIGHT AGAINST CANCER WILL BE ON THE FOREFRONT IN HUNTSVILLE LATER THIS WEEK AS THE RELAY FOR LIFE OF WALKER COUNTY AND SHSU IS TAKING PLACE. JAMIE McBEE WITH THE RELAY TELLS US MORE……

  • Rita B Huff Wine Tasting and Silent Auction Fundraiser Scheduled

    A FUNDRAISING EVENT IS COMING UP FOR HUNTSVILLE’S RITA B. HUFF ANIMAL SHELTER. MARJOLEIN LEMMON, THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE SHELTER EXPLAINS…   FOR THOSE INTERESTED IN ATTENDING THIS EVENT, MARJOLEIN SAYS… FOR MORE INFORMATION,…

  • Deadline Ahead for Property Tax Renditions for Businesses

    Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reminds business owners that April 15TH is the deadline to file property tax renditions with county appraisal districts. A rendition is a list of the taxable inventory, furniture and fixtures, machinery,…

  • Lane Changes on FM 1374 Bridge Overpass

    Motorists are going to have to readjust their thinking again as they cross over the Montgomery Road or FM 1374 bridge. TxDot contractors have switched the turn and straight through lanes to help with traffic…

  • 10th Court Of Appeals Hearing In Huntsville

    SHSU’s Center for Law Engagement and Politics will host “Oral Arguments” for the 10th Court of Appeals starting at 10 o’clock Wednesday. Local residents are invited to attend one of the four sessions. Mike Yawn…

  • May 7th Election Weeks Away

    The May 7th elections are just weeks away. If you are not registered to vote you have until Thursday, April 7th, to register or to make any name or address changes to your residence status.…