Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • NBC News Anchor Brian Williams Suspended

    Tuesday, NBC announced that they are suspending “Nightly News” anchor Brian Williams as their anchor and managing editor for six months without pay following the accusation that he misled viewers in regard to his experiences…

  • Ducks Unlimited Dinner Coming Up

    Spokesperson for Thursday’s 41st Annual Sportsman’s Dinner for Huntsville Duck’s Unlimited, Johnny Holland, fills us in on the upcoming event . . . .   Again, that’s Thursday at six at the Walker County Fairgrounds.

  • TDCJ Hiring Seminar

    Current hiring opportunities and career benefits for Correctional Officers with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice will be presented at a hiring seminar tonight at 6:30 at the Gib Lewis Unit located at 777 FM…

  • Reporter Questions President’s Statement OnThreat Of Climate Change Versus Terrorism

    Apparently, in the view of the White House, climate change is a greater threat than terrorism. In an interview with the media outlet Vox, President Obama was asked, ” Do you think the media sometimes…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift last Friday a Civil Dispute incident was investigated in the 1200 block of Southwood Drive. On Friday’s night shift, in the 1500 block of 18th Street a…

  • Request For Proposal For Food Management At Jail Discussed

    In Monday morning’s Commissioners’ Court meeting, County Purchasing Agent Mike Williford told the court that, “The Sheriff and Captain have expressed an interest to go out for a Request for Proposal to see what it…

  • Chamber Lunch & Learn Presentation Scheduled

    Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce Events & Communications Manager Laura Green tells us that the Chamber is real excited to host their next guest in their Lunch & Learn Series where they’re going to introduce…

  • Commissioner Henry Talks About Master Plan For County Buildings

    At Monday’s Walker County Commissioners’ Court, Precinct #4 Commissioner Jimmy Henry brought up for discussion a 5 to 20 year master plan regarding all county owned properties . . . .   The rest of…

  • Congressman Brady Comments On School Choice

    Our congressman in Washington, Kevin Brady, takes time to comment on school choice . . . .

  • Student Government To Host Black History Month Program

    The Student Government Association at SHSU is teaming up with NAACP Unit 6816 to present their second annual Black History Month program, “A Celebration Through Speech, Song and Dance” on Wednesday at 7 p.m. The…