Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Kids “Q” Coming Up

    The City’s “This Week in Huntsville” says the Parks and Leisure Department will be assisting with the Kids “Q” for the 2015 Shotgun Fred BBQ Showdown, February 26th through 28th at the Walker County Fairgrounds.…

  • Councilmember Olson On Supplying Water To Montgomery County

    Besides the Tenaska supplying link the City is involved with, Huntsville may someday supply water to folks south of us. We recently talked with Mayor Pro Tem and Precinct #4 Counclmember Keith Olson . .…

  • Business Expo 2015 & Taste Of Huntsville Coming Up

    That great event the Chamber puts on every year is coming back, and it’s now called the Business Expo 2015 & Taste of Huntsville. Chamber spokesperson Shannon Higbie tells us more . . . .…

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    General rules apply to all KSAM/KHVL contests: 1. No purchase necessary. 2. The number of listeners who enter determines odds of winning prizes. 3. Prizes may be claimed at the studios of KSAM-FM or 104.9…

  • MLK Day Celebrated In Huntsville Today

    Today is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. As usual, there will be a special celebration in Huntsville. Program spokesperson Vanetta Mills tells us more . . . .  

  • Christmas Tree Disposal

    The City of Huntsville’s Streets Department will pick up Christmas trees–not artificial ones–at the street’s edge from Monday, January 5, through Friday, January 9, only. All trees must be on the curb by Monday, January…

  • City Manager Matt Benoit Looks At 2014-15

    We begin to close out 2014 in the City of Huntsville and head into 2015. City Manager Matt Benoit comments . . . .  

  • HISD Welcomes New Superintendent Dr. Howell Wright

    Thursday afternoon at the Hawkins Administration Building, administration officials, teachers, students and the general public welcomed new HISD Superintendent Dr. Howell Wright at a reception. Dr. Wright has been serving as the Deputy Superintendent for…

  • Commissioner White Comments On High-Speed Rail Conference Call

    Walker County Commissioners attended a conference call on high-speed rail this week. Texas Central High-Speed Railway is a for-profit, private company that is trying to bring in a high-speed rail connecting Houston and Dallas in…

  • DPS Increases DWI Enforcement During Holidays

    The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) will increase DWI patrols for a 15-day period that includes both the Christmas and New Year holidays. From December 19th through January 2nd, DPS troopers will focus DWI…