Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Silver Alert for Wayne Gayle Tiner

    Silver Alert Press Release From Sheriff’s Office The Walker County Sheriff’s Office is searching for Wayne Gayle Tiner, diagnosed with a cognitive impairment. Wayne Tiner is a white male, 78 years old, with a date…

  • HISD Board Of Trustees Met Thursday

    At last night’s HISD Board meeting, the Trustees approved HISD to become an Associate Member of the Texas High Performance Schools Consortium. Also, new Superintdendent Dr. Howell Wright presented the “Superintendent’s Report.” Dr. Wright said…

  • SHSU Offers New PhD In Forensic Science

    Sam Houston State University has made another bold move forward in their academic offerings. Criminal Justice Publications Coordinator Beth Kuhles updates us . . . .   Ms. Kuhles tells us that, “According to Bureau…

  • Huntsville Leadership Institute Announces Huntsville Proud Project

    The Huntsville Leadership Institute has done many worthwhile projects to contribute to the improvement of the community over the years. The current Institute Class, number 33, is not any different. At this week’s Huntsville City…

  • Women’s Center Opens Next Tuesday At Huntsville Memorial Hospital

    Huntsville Memorial Hospital Community Relations Manager Karen Bilsing tells us that Tuesday, February 4th, at 5:30 PM, the hospital is hosting a grand opening and ribbon cutting for the new Huntsville Women’s Center . .…

  • Congressman Brady Speaks In Madisonville On Homeland Security Funding Issue

    Thursday, our Congressman Kevin Brady held a news conference in Madisonville regarding the issue on the funding of Homeland Security. Congressman Brady says, “How we fund Homeland Security is log-jammed up in the senate.” What…

  • HISD Board Meets Tonight

    The HISD Board of Trustees will have a regular board meeting this evening at six at the Hawkins Administration Building. Trustees will recognize students, staff and Pell Industries. Tonight’s “Consent Agenda” includes approval for the…

  • Council Discusses Amending Personnel And Procedural Policy

    At this week’s session of the Huntsville City Council, councilmembers heard a “First Reading” of the possible adoption of an ordinance allowing the City Manager to approve amendments to the City’s Personnel Policies and Procedures…

  • LULAC Scholarship Banquet Coming Up

    Local LULAC President John Escobedo tells us the LULAC Amigo Community Scholarship Banquet is coming up Friday at 6 PM at the Walker Education Center . . . .

  • Master Gardeners To Talk About Gardening At Library

    Planning on putting in that Spring garden again this year. Well, if you need advice, the Library’s Adult Services Coordinator Denise Tilson has the information you need . . . .