Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Senator Cornyn Comments on National Defense Authorization Act & U-S Foreign Policy Failure

    During a press conference this week, our U.S. Senator John Cornyn discussed the importance of passing the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act. The senator views our present foreign policy as an “abject failure.” . .…

  • Hillary Clinton Clinches Nomination

    Last night, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton captured her party’s nomination in primary voting and became the first woman in American presidential election history to be the presidential contender of a major party. Candidate Bernie…

  • Falk Trial to be Moved

    The Huntsville Item reported that Tuesday in 278th Judicial District Court Senior Judge Bill McAdams granted a change of venue motion that was filed by the attorney’s of John Ray Falk, Jr.  Falk is accused…

  • City & County Meet on Old Jail Issues

    Tuesday afternoon, members of the Huntsville City Council and Walker County Commissioners met to discuss how to proceed with disposing of the old County Jail which is now abandoned. Walker County District Attorney David Weeks…

  • Lindsay Lauher on Upcoming Junkapalooza

    Huntsville’s Main Street Coordinator Lindsay Lauher informs us that the Junkapalooza that has been postponed will be coming up in a couple of Saturdays–June 18th from 8 AM to Noon in Downtown Huntsville . .…

  • Free Guided Portion of Sam Houston Tours Available

    The Sam Houston Memorial Museum will provide visitors an opportunity to explore the histories of Sam Houston and Texas with the help of experts free with paid admission beginning this week. Marketing Coordinator Megan Buro…

  • Paul Ryan & Kevin Brady Address D.C. Crowd on House Republican Anti-Poverty Plan

    Tuesday, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan at an event in a poverty-stricken neighborhood of Washington, D. C., commented on the tenets of the House Republicans’ anti-poverty plan . . . .   Our 8th…

  • Commissioners Met Monday

    Walker County Commissioners met for a special session at the courthouse Monday to discuss several issues. One item on the agenda concerned approving accepting a chosen bid for chiller replacement at the Courthouse. County Judge…

  • City Council Meets Today & Tonight

    At one this afternoon a work session will get underway at City Hall where the council will consider and discuss proposed capital improvement projects and a potential bond issuance. At 2 PM, County Commissioners’ Court…

  • Associated Press Says Clinton Has Clinched Nomination with Delegates

    According to an Associated Press assessment made available last night, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton has picked up enough delegates to garner the Democratic presidential nomination. The media organization said Clinton racked up the 2,383 delegates…