Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Congressman Brady Comments on Deportation Issues

    Our 8th District Congressman Kevin Brady says thousands of deportation cases are being quietly delayed . . . .

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Smartphone Sales Halted

    The Samsung Company says they are halting sales of their star-crossed Galaxy Note 7 smartphone after some fires involving the phones that had been provided as safe replacements for the models that had been recalled.…

  • Sunday’s Debate

    As we get closer to the November presidential election, the attacks of the candidates get ramped up. A tape of Donald Trump making lewd comments about women to radio and tv personality Billy Bush 11…

  • Voter Registration and Early Voting Update

    There is a major election coming up on November 8th. There are several things to keep in mind before then. Tax Assessor-Collector Diana McRae fills us in . . . .   Ms. McRae said,…

  • Bond Election FAQ on Web

    Huntsville City Manager Lee Woodward informs us that, “The City of Huntsville does have three propositions on the November 8th election for bond items, and so a number of questions have arisen that the City…

  • SHSU Homecoming Week

    It’s Homecoming Week at SHSU. We talked with SHSU Department of Student Activities Director Brandon Cooper . . . .   Wednesday there’s the Sam Jam Carnival at Holleman Field Thursday, the Bearkats will join…

  • First Financial Bank “Day of Service”

    First Financial Bank will be having their “Day of Service” today benifitting the Walker County Senior Center. They will have bingo with prizes from 10 to 11 AM. They’ll have a Wii bowling tournament with…

  • SHSU Voter Registration Effort

    Among the myriad analyses of the 2016 presidential election have been discussions of the “millennial effect,” exploring the various ways that a group with a traditionally low turnout might have if they, decide to turn…

  • Hurricane Matthew Moves along Southeast Coast

    Hurricane Matthew has caused over two million people on the Southeast coast to move inland. The hurricane left much damage behind it and killed several hundred people across the Caribbean area. Today, the National Hurricane…

  • Second Presidential Debate Sunday

    The second presidential debate will be in the form of a town hall meeting Sunday at 8 PM at Washington University in St. Louis.  One half of the questions will come from participants, while the…