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  • SHSU Professor Paul Ruffin Receives Positive Review for Upcoming Book

    Texas State University System Regents’ Professor and Distinguished Professor of English at Sam Houston State University, Paul Ruffin, recently received a positive review for his upcoming book, “The Time the Waters Rose: And Stories of…

  • i-WATCH Reports to DPS

    The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding Texans to remain vigilant with respect to potential crime and terrorist activity in their communities and to report suspicious behaviors to the department’s iWATCH website at…

  • Bearkat Game Time Changed

    With severe weather in the forecast for Huntsville on Saturday night, the kickoff for the FCS Quarterfinal between Sam Houston and Colgate has been changed to 11 a.m.  The Alumni Association will be tailgating in…

  • New Kroger Opening Wednesday

    Wednesday is the day many grocery shoppers have been waiting for.  The new, much larger Kroger market is set to open Wednesday with opening ceremonies at 9 o’clock.  The national grocery chain will have a…

  • Wynne Home Activities Ahead

    There are always a lot of fun and educational things to do at the Wynne Home in Huntsville. Cultural services coordinator Linda Pease will be filling us in over the next several days on what’s…

  • Great Muddy Escape

    Huntsville Memorial Hospital manager of community relations Karen Bilsing tells us that the 5th Annual Great Muddy Escape will be held October 24th with the first race begininng at nine o’clock at General Sam’s Offroad…

  • Wynne Home Art Classes Available For Sign-up

    The Wynne Home is featuring special classes again this fall for area residents. We talked with Wynne Home intern Jasmine Moss who filled us in on some of the courses . . . .  …

  • Bumper Sticker Supporting Police Proves A Success

    Huntsville’s Tangent Signs has come up with a successful sticker for vehicles, supporting law enforcement, which is proving to be a great success. We asked Tangent’s April Killingsworth how she came up with the idea…

  • Library Card Sign-up Underway

    Studies show that children who are read to in the home and who use the library perform better in school. September is Library Card Sign-up Month, a time when the Huntsville Public Library joins with…

  • Crime Stopper Website Features Recent Convenience Store Burglary

    The Walker County-Huntsville Crime Stopper website reports that: On August 15th, two unknown suspects broke into the Stop and Stop store located in the 300 block of US 190 East in Huntsville.  The suspects broke…