Articles Posted in the News Category

  • City Council Meets Today & Tonight

    At one this afternoon a work session will get underway at City Hall where the council will consider and discuss proposed capital improvement projects and a potential bond issuance. At 2 PM, County Commissioners’ Court…

  • Associated Press Says Clinton Has Clinched Nomination with Delegates

    According to an Associated Press assessment made available last night, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton has picked up enough delegates to garner the Democratic presidential nomination. The media organization said Clinton racked up the 2,383 delegates…

  • NWVFD Teams Up with 4H for 4th of July

    New Waverly Firefighters are excited to announce a new partnership with the New Waverly 4-H Club for this year’s New Waverly 4th of July Celebration. Members of both organizations will be collaborating in hopes of…

  • Forest Service to Reduce Wildfire Threat Around Elkins Lake Subdivision

    U.S. Forest Service fire professionals in the Sam Houston National Forest were recently scheduled to begin a project designed to reduce the possibility of catastrophic wildfire in Elkins Lake subdivision in Walker County. As part…

  • Bearkats Played a Good Game Sunday But Lost

    The Bearkats put up a good fight Sunday. Sam Houston State baseball stormed back from a four-run deficit, trimming Arizona’s lead to one with two innings remaining but it would not be enough as the…

  • TDCJ Offenders Moved from Ramsey Unit Saturday Due to Flooding

    Saturday, rising flood waters from the Brazos River called for the evacuation of 1,700 offenders  from TDCJ’s Ramsey Unit in the Rosesharon area. Officials also ordered the relocation of about 100 vehicles from the close-by…

  • More on Upcoming HEAP Program

    HEAP, or the Huntsville Enrichment Activity Program, is registering for two sessions June 13th through 23rd and the second session June 27th through July 7th. Trac 1 is for ages 6 to 9 and Trac…

  • Junior Master Gardener Boot Camp

    Walker County Extension Agent Reg Leppley tell us that Walker County Master Gardeners are hosting a free Junior Master Gardener Boot Camp this summer for youngsters that are coming out of the third through fifth…

  • SHSU Criminal Justice Students Work with Community Organizations

    Sam Houston State University students in the College of Criminal Justice recently worked with community organizations as part of two Academic Community Engagement courses. Students enrolled in SHSU’s Master of Science in homeland security program…

  • HEAP Signing Up Students

    HEAP, or the Huntsville Enrichment Activity Program, is registering for two sessions, June 13th through 23rd, and the second session June 27th through July 7th. Trac 1 is for ages 6 to 9, and Trac…