Articles Posted in the News Category

  • HISD Superintendent Officially Named

    HUNTSVILLE, TX (December 4, 2014) – The Huntsville Independent School District Board of Trustees officially named Dr. Howell Wright as the new Superintendent of Schools during a special board meeting held today. The unanimous vote…

  • Fair Housing Input Sought

    At the beginning of next week, Walker County Commissioners will be holding a public hearing. Planning & Development Director Andy Isbell tells us all about it . . . .  

  • Incoming Arkansas State Police Director Is SHSU Graduate

    We have another story of an SHSU graduate’s success. Bill Bryant, who earned a BS in Law Enforcement and Police Science and a Master of Arts in Police Science and Administration in the 70’s from…

  • Downtown Christmas Fair

    Huntsville’s Main Street Program continues to bring us fun activities, especially for the holidays. Main Street Coordinator Lindsay Lauher fills us in on the “Downtown Christmas Fair” . . . .  

  • Winter In the Park

    The City of Huntsville’s Recreation Services has a prescription for fun this weekend–they call it “Winter in the Park.” Recreation Assistant Natalie Reid has the information . . . .  

  • Wynne Home Holiday Events

    The Wynne Home Arts Center has several events planned to celebrate the holidays. Cultural Services Coordinator Linda Pease updates us . . . .   Journey through Bethlehem will be on display at the Fairgrounds…

  • Walker County-Huntsville Crime Stoppers Seeking Your Help In Identifying Robbery Suspect

    14043003 AGG ROBBERY POST OFFICE CRIME STOPPER FLYER Walker County-Huntsville Crime Stoppers is seeking help in identifying a suspect in an aggravated robbery that occurred on November 17, 2014 in Huntsville. Click on the link…

  • TDCJ Inmate Bus Fire

    Local police radio reported a TDCJ inmate bus caught fire near the Wynne Unit on FM 2821 early this morning. Emergency units responded to the incident, and the inmates were transferred from the bus. Walker…

  • Peal Harbor Veterans & M-B Etheredge To Be Honored

    SHSU Military Chair Lt. Col. Robert McCormick informs us that Friday morning, at 9 o’clock at the Johnson Coliseum on the corner of Bowers Boulevard and 75 at the main flagpoles, there will be a…

  • Councilmembers Discuss Insurance Issue

    One of the agenda items during this week’s council session that received a lot of attention regarded a contract with the American Fidelity Insurance Company for Stop Loss insurance coverage and payment of nearly $397,000.…