Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Tim Paulsel Comments On Leaving Commissioners Post

    Following 16 years of serving the Walker County community as Precinct #4 Commissioner, Tim Paulsel is leaving his post for other pursuits at the end of this month. We talked with him recently . .…

  • Wounded Warrior Banquet Tickets On Sale

    Come enjoy the speakers and the food at this year’s Wounded Warrior Banquet. We talked with Retired Lt. Col. David Yebra about the upcoming event . . . .  

  • Congressman Brady Comments On Upcoming Senate

    We’ll have a new senate in Washington in January. Congressman Kevin Brady takes a look forward . . . .  

  • Resolution Against High-Speed Rail Considered

    A resolution against high-speed rail coming through Walker County was discussed by Commissioners in a special session Monday. Texas Central High-Speed Railway is a private company that is trying to bring in a high-speed rail…

  • HISD Tech Director Discusses Internet Connectivity Issues With Trustees

    At last week’s HISD Board Session Technology Director Tracie Simental discussed the changes from the e-Rate program, and its impact on the district financially and in internet connectivity and other communications at HISD, and her…

  • Radios For Fire Departments

    Equipping our volunteer fire departments with the latest in communication equipment moved forward in Walker County Commissioners’ Court Monday. Planning & Development Director Andy Isbell discussed the distribution for radios to be distributed under the…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Friday a vehicle burglary was investigated in the 2400 block of Lake Road. On the night shift Friday, a person was arrested for possession of a controlled…

  • President Obama Spoke On Conditions For Normalization With Cuba In 2008

    President Obama is now establishing diplomatic relations with a Cuba that remains in somewhat the same political condition now as back in 2008. The Cuban Commission for Human Rights and National Reconciliation says the number…

  • HPD Lt. Jim Barnes On Holiday Safety

    In helping to make this a safer Christmas for all local residents, HPD Lt. Jim Barnes passes along some tips . . . .  

  • Bearkats Looking Forward To Next Year

    GoBearkats.com reports that after holding North Dakota State to 24 rushing yards and seven points in the first half, the Bison rushed for 195 yards and scored 28 points in the second half to beat…