Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Solid Waste Picking Up Today

    The City of Huntsville Solid Waste Division will run both residential and commercial garbage pick-up routes today, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The Solid Waste Transfer Facility will also be open for business today. The…

  • Senator Cornyn Comments on Executive Action on Guns

    From the floor of the Senate last week, our Senator from Texas John Cornyn commented on the president’s recent executive actions regarding gun control . . . .   Senator Cornyn went on to say…

  • Republican Candidates Spar in Debate

    T-V viewers witnessed a lively couple hours of Republican Presidential candidate back-and-forth last night. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz went after each other as did Donald Trump and Cruz. In a spirited head-to-head, Senator Ted…

  • Library Art Contest Begins

    A special art contest for kids is underway at the Huntsville Public Library. Children’s Coordinator Rachel McPhail tells us all about it . . . .  

  • Houston Symphony Returns to SHSU Tomorrow

    The Sam Houston State University School of Music welcomes the Houston Symphony to Huntsville for a concert in the James and Nancy Gaertner Performing Art Center on Saturday, January 16th, at 7:30 PM. Guest Conductor…

  • County Clerk Kari French Talks about Projects Underway

    We had a chance to talk with Walker County’s County Clerk, Kari French, this week. A multitude of things for local citizens are handled by the County Clerk’s office. Kari filled us in on some…

  • Grant Awarded to SHSU for Counseling Services

    Students who find themselves struggling with maintaining sobriety while in college will soon have a new outlet through which to seek support, thanks to a $5,000 grant recently awarded to Sam Houston State University’s counseling…

  • Will Republicans Support Nominee? Paul Ryan Answers.

    Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell addressed reporters in regard to their party’s legislative agenda in a news conference at the congressional Republican retreat in Baltimore Thursday. Will they…

  • Bond Denied to Accused Houston ISIS Follower Al Hardan

    Wednesday, during an arraignment and detention hearing in Houston of accused ISIS follower Omar Faraj Saeed Al Hardan, a federal investigator testified that Al Hardan was planning to set off bombs at two malls in…

  • U-S Sailors Used as Propaganda by Iranians

    After the Iranian government released 10 U-S sailors who had drifted into the country’s territorial waters, they used images of the sailors on their knees with their hands clasped behind their heads in a propaganda.effort.…