Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • “Beyond Dance” Presentation This Weekend

    A special dance presentation will be featured in Huntsville this weekend. SHSU Marketing Coordinator Emily Binetti updates us . . . .   Now in its second year, Nicolay Dance Works currently features 11 young…

  • Severe Weather Awareness Week Ahead

    Severe Weather Awareness Week in Texas is March 1st through the 7th, and tornado season will be just getting underway. Certain precautions should be taken if a tornado warning is ever issued. Walker County Emergency…

  • Washington Reactions To Terrorist Threats

    At a hearing in Washington Wednesday Secretary of State John Kerry espoused the view that as far as threats from terrorism, things are actually safer . . . .   Thursday, the Director of the…

  • Legislative Update From Representative Otto

    In his weekly “Legislative Update” from Austin, Our State Representative John Otto announces his intent to fully fund TRS-Care, a retiree group health benefits program administered by the Teachers Retirement System of Texas. The TRS-Care…

  • Recycling Guideline Meeting Scheduled Tonight

    The City of Huntsville Solid Waste and Recycling Department will be holding a Recycling Guidelines meeting in the Community Room of the Public Library tonight at 6:00.  The meeting will cover what items are allowed…

  • Business Expo & Taste Of Huntsville Ahead

    Mark your calendars. The Business Expo is coming to Huntsville. The Chamber’s Shannon Higbie tells us all about it . . . .   That $10 admission also gets you into the Taste of Huntsville.

  • JustServe.Org–A Website For Volunteer Work

    For those interested in volunteer work, there’s a new website up called JustServe.Org. Mayor Mac Woodward talked about the website at the last Huntsville City Council session . . . .   If you’d like…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Tuesday an unknown suspect burglarized several vehicles in the 2500 block of Pine Shadows. Another vehicle burglary was reported in the 200 block of Wood Street. On…

  • TSU Regents Approve Several Items

    The Texas State University System Board of Regents approved several items for Sam Houston State University during the board’s quarterly meeting in Austin on Feb. 19th and 20th. In Academic Affairs they are changing the…

  • Commissioner Miller On Importance Of Texas Agriculture

    You might go driving along in the country and pay no mind to the rows of crops, the grazing cattle and farmers out plowing their fields. You may not think agriculture plays much of a…