Articles Posted in the News Category

  • “G-Bombs” at Huntsville Library

    Do you happen to know what “G-Bombs” are? If not, you’ll want to participate in a one-day informative session at the Huntsville Library on Wednesday at 5:30. Library spokesperson, Mary Kokot, explains about “G-Bombs Plus…

  • City Accepts Credit/Debit Cards at Garbage Transfer Station

    The City of Huntsville is making it easier to dispose of recyclable items, garbage or other debris at the city’s transfer station. The City started accepting credit cards a couple of weeks ago along with…

  • SHSU Season Football Tickets On Sale

    2016 season tickets are currently on sale for the upcoming SHSU football season. The package includes five home football games at Bowers Stadium plus the “Battle of the Piney Woods” game at NRG Stadium in…

  • Samuel Walker Houston 110th All-School Reunion

    Former students and teachers of the Samuel Walker Houston High School will gather July 21-24 for the 110th All-School Reunion. The school was founded by Samuel Houston who came back home to Huntsville shortly after…

  • Diabetes Workshop at HMH

    If you are suffering from diabetes, Huntsville Memorial Hospital is sponsoring a special workshop in conjunction with the Walker County Healthy Initiatives program. The 6-week course starts tomorrow (today) and runs through August 16th. Lisa…

  • Teacher Welcome Packets

    School bells will soon be ringing in local districts as summer is just about over for teachers and students. Huntsville and New Waverly districts will have their first day of classes on Monday, August 22nd,…

  • Five Dallas Police Officers Killed Thursday-Update

    Thursday night in downtown Dallas five Dallas Police officers were killed and six wounded following an anti-police march. The shooter, 25-year-old Micah Xavier Johnson, was eventually blown up by a police robot carrying an explosive…

  • FBI Director Comey Testifies Before House Committee

    Thursday, FBI Director James Comey testified before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on his department’s investigation of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server in the basement of her home…

  • Good Shepherd Mission’s Reverend Dave Smith Introducing “Mission Mobile Ministry Machine”

    Even another ministry is getting underway at the Good Shepherd Mission. It all involves the Mission Mobile Ministry Machine. Mission executive director Reverend Dave Smith tells us more . . . .   Reverend Dave…

  • Mayor Brauninger Salutes SHSU Baseball Team

    If you haven’t heard, this week the City proclaimed July 5th SHSU Baseball Team Day. Mayor Andy Brauninger made the proclamation at this week’s regular meeting of the council . . . .