Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Cubs Win World Series

    It took 108 years to do it again, but the Chicago Cubs last night beat the Cleveland Indians in game 7 of the World Series. The Cubs won in the 10th inning by a score…

  • City Council to Hold Joint Workshop with Planning Commission Today

    This afternoon at 5:30 the Huntsville City Council will meet with the Planning Commission will meet for a Joint Workshop to review a major subdivision preliminary plan for the Cottages at Ravens Corner. We asked…

  • Voting Information from County Elections Officer Diana McCrae

    Tax Assessor-Collector and County Elections Officer Diana McCrae passes along a couple of reminder items as we approach the last few days of early voting and the November 8th General Election Day. First, persons are…

  • Wynne Home Features James Surls Exhibition

    Mark your calendars. The Wynne Home has a special event and exhibition this weekend. Huntsville’s Cultural Services Coordinator Linda Pease tell us all about it . . . .

  • Two Police Officers Killed in Des Moines

    In Des Moines, Iowa two policemen were killed in what appeared to be an ambush attack early this morning. In a local media news release, Des Moines, Iowa police Sergeant Paul Parizek said officers were…

  • Early Voting Update

    Walker County Elections Manager Julie Cooper reports the total number of voters checked-in during early voting Tuesday was 1,075. This makes for a total of 9,904 voters checked-in during early voting for the November 8th,…

  • Former Miss Universe Alicia Machado Speaks at Clinton Rally

    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton campaigned in Dade City, Florida Tuesday. She opened her campaign appearance with a speech from Alicia Machado, a 1996 Miss Universe from Venezuela who spoke of her treatment by Trump…

  • Vice President Pence Outlines Trump Administration Healthcare Policy at Rally

    Tuesday at a Donald Trump Rally in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, Republican Vice-Presidential candidate Mike Pence helped outline the Trump administration’s plan for healthcare . . . .

  • SHSU to Observe 50 Years of the Miranda Decision

    Coming up this week the famous “Miranda” Supreme Court decision, which had a major impact on police procedure beginning 50 years ago, will be observed in presentations at SHSU. SHSU Director of Student Legal And…

  • Second Annual Community Chili Luncheon

    The Sam Houston State University Walker County Alumni Club will join forces with City Hall Café on Nov. 7th to honor the university’s value of service by giving back to the area with the second…