Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Back To School Bash At First Baptist Church Today

    A “Back to School Bash” is planned at the First Baptist Church in Huntsville beginning at 5:30 this afternoon and lasting until 7:30 tonight at their Family Life Center. Spokesperson Judy Hope has the information…

  • Robert Daniel Rodriguez Trial Starts

    Yesterday, testimony began in the aggravated kidnapping trial of 31-year-old Robert Daniel Rodriguez. He was indicted by a grand jury in Walker County last year after DNA evidence was said to have linked him to…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news looking back over the past several days, on the day shift last Friday a residential burglary was reported in the 2200 block of Bobby K Marks Drive. On Friday’s night shift,…

  • Roxie Douglas Banquet This Weekend

    The Roxie Douglas Scholarship Foundation and Learning Institute Banquet is coming up this weekend. The Institute’s Director, Carmen Irving, tells us more . . . .   Ms. Irving says tickets are $20 for pre-sale…

  • SHSU-UT Tyler Sign Engineering Program Collaboration Agreement

    Sam Houston State University and The University of Texas at Tyler have opened the doors to provide an effective pathway for SHSU students to earn a bachelor’s degree in selected engineering fields thanks to a…

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will get together for their regular session tonight at six at City Hall. Previous to the meeting, there will be a workshop where councilmembers will discuss Section 4A and 4B of…

  • Congressman Kevin Brady Brought Several Town Hall Meetings To Huntsville Monday

    Congressman Kevin Brady held three Town Hall meetings in Huntsville Monday–one with Republican Women,  another with the Sam Houston Tea Party and one with veterans. We attended his veterans presentation at the Veterans Conference Center.…

  • TSU System Board Of Regents Met In Alpine This Month

    The Texas State University System Board of Regents approved several property purchases for Sam Houston State University during the board’s quarterly meeting in Alpine on Aug. 14th. They authorized the purchase of a property located…

  • Commercial Building Fire Put Out In New Waverly Over Weekend

    Saturday, New Waverly firefighters with the help of other fire departments, Huntsville and Montgomery County, put out a commercial building fire on Mabry Street in New Waverly. A mechanic’s shop was lost in the blaze,…

  • HISD’s Superintendent Dr. Wright Comments On Tech Devices As Educational Tools

    School starts soon. You might have noticed that computers, I-Pads and other electronic devices have become an important part of learning in public schools. We recently asked HISD Superintendent, Dr. Howell Wright, about how these…