Articles Posted in the News Category

  • City Council Discusses Town Creek Drainage Issues

    At last night’s session of the Huntsville City Council, there was a “first reading” regarding the consideration of amending a Klotz and Associates Phase 1 contract for the Town Creek Drainage Project to include an…

  • Student Course On Credit Tonight

    SHSU Student Money Management Director Patsy Collins tells us that the Center is working with Student Legal & Mediation Services to present a Credit Crash Course this evening from 6 to 7 in the Lowman…

  • “Airing Of The Quilts” Coming Up

    The Tall Pines Quilt Guild will soon be having their annual “Airing of the Quilts”–keeping a long tradition of airing quilts in early spring. Spokesperson Ann Barker said it will be on the courthouse lawn…

  • Congressman Brady Comments On Improving Medicare

    Our 8th District Congressman Kevin Brady is moving forward in improving the Medicare program . . . .

  • City Council Meets

    The Huntsville City Council meets for a regular session this evening at six at City Hall. On tonight’s “Consent Agenda,” the council will consider authorizing the submission of an application to the Department of Justice…

  • Dr. Hoyt Recognized By National Diversity Council

    SHSU President Dr. Dana Hoyt was recently recognized as one of the “2015 Texas Most Powerful and Influential Women” by the National Diversity Council at the 2015 Texas Diversity and Leadership Conference in Houston. Associate…

  • SHSU’s College Of Criminal Justice Celebrates 50 Years

    Dean of the College of Criminal Justice, Dr. Phillip Lyons, tells us its an exciting week ahead for the College of Criminal Justice. They are celebrating their 50th year as a college. He fills us…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift last Friday an unknown suspect evaded arrest in a vehicle at I-45 and Highway 75. On the night shift Friday, police investigated an assault in the 400…

  • Representative Otto’s Legislative Update

    In his “Legislative Update,” State Representative John Otto tells us that he was proud to co-author and vote in favor of the the licensed open carry legislation that passed the House Friday. His report says…

  • Blue Bell Pulls Products

    Monday, Blue Bell Creameries in Brenham moved to pull all of their products from store shelves when some samples tested positive for Listeria. The bacteria was found in half-gallon containers of Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough…