Articles Posted in the News Category

  • 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…

  • Commissioners’ Court Meets This Morning

    Walker County Commissioners’ Court meets this morning at nine at the courthouse. County Purchasing Agent Mike Williford will talk about approving the issuance of a Request For Proposal for an outside contractor to prepare food…

  • HISD Superintendent Wright Comments On Student Improvement

    Our guest on “Around Town” this past weekend was Dr. Howell Wright. We asked him to fill us in on some of the issues affecting HISD that were reflected in the Texas Academic Performance Report.…

  • Sammy Awards Nominations Underway

    SHSU’s Associate Director for Student Activities, Brandon Cooper, tells us that “The Sammys is the official student award ceremony for SHSU.” He says, “It’s the university’s opportunity to recognize those amazing student leaders and student…

  • DPS Changes Fingerprint Collection

    The Texas Department of Public Safety is statutorily required to enforce the laws passed by the Texas Legislature. As such and based on concerns and questions raised by a number of legislators regarding the statutory…

  • Library Activities For Kids

    There are several activities this week at the Huntsville Public Library designed with kids in mind. Children’s Coordinator Kristi Glasgow tells us all about it . . . .

  • Go Red For Women Day

    This is the American Heart Association’s “Go Red for Women Day.” You’re asked to wear red in support of the fight against heart disease in women. For 10 years, women have been fighting heart disease…