Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Premium Sale At Fair Tonight

    The Walker County Fair continues. The Premium Junior Livestock Sale is tonight at 7 at the main building. Premium Sale spokesperson Sidney Grisham tells us all about it . . . .

  • Councilmember Allen Makes Allegation On Visitor Center Issue

    At this week’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council,  Councilmember Ronald Allen “grandstands” again. At the beginning of a set of 3 items put on the agenda by the councilmember, one requesting a review…

  • Council Discusses Stop Sign Issues

    At this week’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, councilmembers discussed for approval the removal of the stop signs on Spring Drive at the intersection of Winter Way. Councilmember Don Johnson gave a presentation…

  • Huntsville Action For Youth Group To Hold Discussion Tonight

    In the summer of 1965, a group of students from Samuel Walker Houston High School formed the Huntsville Action for Youth group in response to racial segregation and discrimination and began what would become nine…

  • Development Code Amendment Issue Discussed At Last Night’s Council Session

    At last night’s Huntsville City Council session, one of the several issues spawning lively discussion included the adoption of a proposed ordinance to amend a chapter of the Development Code which touched on many areas…

  • Fair-Livestock Winners Update

    New Waverly High School senior Nicole Billnoske won Grand Champion in the swine competition at the Walker County Fair last night. New Waverly High School freshman MaClaye Hatcher’s hog won Reserve Grand Champion. Eight-year-old Cassidy…

  • Fair Non-Livestock Projects

    Livestock Competition is an important part of local youth involvement at the Walker County Fair, but there are many other ways for them to participate. Walker County Fair Association President Rusty Davis fills us in…

  • Summer Fine Arts Camp For Youth Coming Up

    SHSU’s College of Fine Arts and Mass Communicaton has announced eight specialized summer camp programs for middle school through college students. Marketing Coordinator Emily Benetti tells us their “summer programs continue to grow.  We’re offering…

  • Alzheimer’s Lunch & Learn Series At Library

    The library is hosting a free Lunch and Learn program presented by the Alzheimer’s Association. This is a three-part program discussing Alzheimer’s vs. dementia–the legal and financial issues, and intimacy, sexuality and ethics issues for…

  • Chamber Events Ahead

    There are several events ahead sponsored by the Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber Small Business Breakfast is this Thursday April 9th at Golden Corral at 7:30 a.m. The sponsor is On Pointe Dance.…