Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Criminal Justice Career Fair Coming Up at SHSU

    SHSU’s Publications Coordinator Beth Kuhles passes along if you’re looking for a job in criminal justice to come on down to Sam Houston State University for their Annual C-J Career Fair on March 2nd between…

  • Prescribed Burn Began at 10 this Morning

    The Forest Service advised us that a prescribed burn was scheduled to begin this morning at 10 AM in Walker and Montgomery Counties for Compartments 27 & 28, FM 1375, and FS 215/Stubblefield Lake Road. …

  • HISD Trustees Discuss LAN Facility Condition Assessment

    At Thursday’s session of HISD’s school board, trustees spent much time discussing and assessing whether to approve paying for a LAN Facility Condition Assessment. HISD facilities are in great need of renovation, or possibly replacement,…

  • Early Primary Voting Update

    The total number of voters checked-in during early voting Thursday, February 18th, was 328–of those voters, 45 voted in the Democratic Primary, and 283 in the Republican Primary. This makes for a total of 946…

  • Pope vs. Trump

    Now even the pope has become part of the swirling presidential contest controversies. Thursday, Pope Francis, in response to a reporter’s question about presidential candidate Donald Trump wanting to build a wall along the Mexican…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on Tuesday’s day shift two thefts were reported–one in the 1600 block of Green Briar Drive and the other in the 100 block of I-45 South. One driver in a vehicle…

  • HCT’s “Jake’s Lament” Begins Tonight

    Jake’s Lament, a Neil Simon comedy, is coming to the Huntsville Community Theatre. Director, Jacob Foster, tells us more . . . .

  • President Obama to Visit Cuba in March

    President Obama will be paying a visit to Cuba on March 21st and 22nd. Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes addressed reporters on the upcoming event at a press conference Thursday . . . .…

  • HPD Corporal Stops Speeder–Makes Significant Drug Arrest

    On February 17th, HPD Corporal Justin Schubert observed a white 2015 Ford Fusion traveling north on Highway 19 at what appeared to be a high rate of speed. Cpl. Schubert activated his radar unit which…

  • Early Primary Voting Update

    Walker County Elections Department Elections Manager Julie Cooper informs us that the total number of voters checked-in during early voting Wednesday, February 17th, was 285–of those voters, 48 voted in the Democratic Primary and 237…