Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • SHSU Production of Cardenio Begins

    The Sam Houston State University Department of Theatre and Musical Theatre invites the public to get swept up in a tangle of love stories as depicted in the upcoming production of “Cardenio.” “Cardenio,” written by…

  • Candidate Filing Open for City’s At-Large Position #1

    The City of Huntsville passes along that candidate filing continues through March 7th. Ballot applications are being accepted for the May 7th Special Election to fill a Vacancy. Andy Brauninger’s election as Mayor in December…

  • Talks Ahead on Deploying THAAD System to South Korea

    Recently, the U-S temporarily deployed an additional Patriot missile battery in South Korea in reaction to North Korea’s nuclear test and a long-range rocket launch. That move comes ahead of talks to install an even…

  • Early Voting Begins Today

    Early voting for both the Democratic Primary Election and the Republican Primary Election begins today at the Walker County Annex located at 1301 Sam Houston Avenue, Room 101, and lasts through Friday, February 26th, Monday…

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will hold a regular session at six this evening at City Hall. Previous to the meeting there will be a work session where the council will discuss and hear presentations on…

  • Immigration & Human Trafficking Discussed at Walker County Republican Women’s Meeting

    Program Coordinator for SHSU’s Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas, Rebecca Bowden, spoke to Walker County Republican Women about Immigration and Human Trafficking Monday at the Walker Education Center’s Gibbs Hall. Early in her presentation,…

  • Sam Houston Memorial Museum Historical Lecture Tomorrow

    Collections Registrar, Sandra Rogers, informs us that the Sam Houston Memorial Museum has a special presentation on Wednesday the 17th . . . .

  • Financial Literacy Week at SHSU

    In preparation for their eighth annual Financial Literacy Week, Sam Houston State University’s Student Money Management Center will have representatives in the Lowman Student Center Mall Area promoting their services on Wednesday and Thursday from…

  • Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Dies in Texas Over the Weekend

    Late Sunday the body of late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was flown from Texas to northern Virgina after investigators determined there was no foul play in his death at Cibolo Creek Ranch. According to…

  • Huntsville Memorial Hospital Available to Merge With Other Group or For Sale

    According to the Huntsville Item, last week district board members of the Huntsville Memorial Hospital made public that they are interested in either merging the hospital with another group, or a better option–selling their assets…