Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Master Gardeners To Talk About Gardening At Library

    Planning on putting in that Spring garden again this year. Well, if you need advice, the Library’s Adult Services Coordinator Denise Tilson has the information you need . . . .

  • Local Game Warden To Speak At SHSU

    Texas Game Warden Stephen Ingram will share his experiences today from 2-3 p.m. as part of the College of Criminal Justice’s Real Talk w/CJ series in the Criminal Justice Center’s Hazel B. Kerper Courtroom. Ingram…

  • Council Considers Paying Architect Firm For Space Assessment and Cost Estimating

    One of the several issues the Huntsville City Council focused on last night was approving to pay up to $70,000 for PGAL Architects to conduct space assessments and cost estimating for four City facilities. Councilmember…

  • Summer Camp Job Fair At SHSU

    Marketing and Event Coordinator for SHSU Career Services, Mitch Parker, tells us about a special event for student summer employment coming up today . . . .

  • Rodeo Events Scheduled

    Spokesperson Toriano Bryant tells us about an upcoming fundraiser, youth rodeo and an educational trail ride coming up in Huntsville . . . .   For more information call 1-877-968-0003. To register, go to youthoutdoorunity.org.

  • Legislative Update From Representative John Otto’s Office

    State Representative John Otto reports that the legislature is “now more than 30 days into the 140 day session and things are gearing up.” He reports, “In Appropriations, the full committee took testimony on a…

  • Comptroller Hegar On Sales Tax Revenue

    Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said today that state sales tax revenue in January was $2.56 billion, up 11.2 percent compared to January 2014. Hegar says, “The growth in sales tax revenues was led by business…

  • Congressman Brady Comments On Current Issues With Business

    Our 8th District Congressman, Kevin Brady, takes a look at current issues associated with running a business . . . .

  • “Empty Bowl” Fundraiser Today

    Huntsville craft artist Tamara Chasteen reminds us that the Annual Empty Bowls fundraiser is set for today from 11 to 2. She says that this year it benefits the Meals on Wheels from the Senior…

  • Crime Stoppers Offering Reward For Local Robbery

    The Huntsville Police Department is investigating an Aggravated Robbery that occurred in the 1500 block of Sam Houston Avenue on February 14th.  A male and female were held at gunpoint and restrained while a male…