Articles Posted in the News Category

  • U-S Forest Service Will Conduct Controlled Burns

    U.S. Forest Service fire personnel will be burning areas in the national forests during the next few months. Sam Houston National Forest Fire Management Officer Jason Klawinsky says,“Folks may see a helicopter overhead, smoke columns…

  • New Mayor Sworn-in

    At last night’s Huntsville City Council session, our new mayor was sworn in by Judge Janie Farris . . . .   At last night’s session, Councilmember Keith Olson was re-elected as Mayor Pro Tem…

  • North Korea Say They Have Hydrogen Bomb

    The government of North Korea has announced that they have conducted a hydrogen bomb test. A North Korean news anchor termed the weapon a “miniaturized” hydrogen bomb and said the test was a “perfect success.”…

  • Wounded Warrior Banquet Ahead

    The Wounded Warrior Banquet is scheduled again this year at the Walker County Fairgrounds and everyone’s invited. Huntsville Veterans Affairs Advisory Board Chairman Wayne Keen tells us all about it . . . .  …

  • One Serviceman Killed and Others Wounded in Afghanistan

    During a Defense Department briefing yesterday, Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook announced the death of a U-S serviceman and reported that others were injured . . . .   A dozen special op troops were…

  • The President Speaks on his Executive Actions on Guns

    Tuesday, in the East Room of the White House President Obama outlined what his executive actions on guns entailed . . . .   The president also said to insure enforcement of gun safety laws…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Monday a Theft was reported in the 2800 block of Lake Road. The Sexual Assualt of a Child was reported in the 1300 block of Avenue C.…

  • Congressman Brady Meets with Local Law Enforcement

    Our 8th District Congressman and Chair of the House Ways & Means Committee Kevin Brady met with local law enforcement leaders at City Hall Monday to discuss federal and other issues affecting local enforcement .…

  • Commissioners’ Court Considers Weapons in County Buildings Issues

    In Monday morning’s Commissioners’ Court, there was much discussion of carrying licensed concealed or open-carried weapons in various County buildings. Local businessman and District 18 candidate James Morrison was allowed to speak at the beginning…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift last Thursday several residential burglaries were investigated–in the 2400 block of Sycamore Avenue, the 2500 block of Pine Shadows and the 1000 block of 21st Street. On…