Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Ethician Museum Inaugurations

    The Ethician Museum of Texas Furniture will celebrate its “Grand Opening” today at 1405 University Avenue in Huntsville, Texas between 4 and 7 P.M. The Texas Furniture Museum is housed in the same building as…

  • TDCJ Trusty Offenders Fill Sandbags For Flood Management

    The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) is teaming with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to prepare areas of the Lone Star State for flooding in the upcoming days by having outside trusty offenders…

  • Applications For Serving On City Board Or Commission Available

    Applications are available for Huntsville residents interested in serving on a City board or commission, or to be considered for re-appointment to current positions ending August 31, 2015. Residents may submit applications to the City…

  • Texas Baptist Men To Feed TDCJ Officers & Employees

    As we informed you yesterday, The Texas Baptist Mens’ Organization is here to show appreciation for 5,000 TDCJ employees this week by feeding 5,000 of them at their facilities today and tomorrow. At First Baptist…

  • Museum Director Woodward Comments On Houston’s Personality

    The General Sam Houston Folk Festival this past weekend in Huntsville was a great success. Much of the focus of the festival was on the life of General Sam Houston and the times he lived…

  • Fun Run This Weekend

    There’s a special Fun Run scheduled in Huntsville tomorrow. Spokesperson, HPD Officer Mark Jenkins, tells us more . . . .   Officer Jenkins also says they plan on having a lot of free food…

  • Application For Sidewalk Grant Underway

    The Huntsville City Council met in a workshop and a special session Thursday to discuss applying for a Transportation Alternatives Program grant for more sidewalks in Huntsville. After voting on various motions, the council finally…

  • Repeal Of The Death Tax

    On Friday, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 240-179 to approve legislation by our congressman, Kevin Brady, to permanently repeal the controversial federal estate tax, or Death Tax. The measure, which supporters say threatens America’s…

  • Texas State Knife & Tomahawk Championships

    The Texas State Knife and Tomahawk Championship will be held on April 18th and 19th at 10 Whippoorwill Street in Huntsville. Spokesperson Chris Miller says it’s “a mountain-man style throwing event where the contestants wear…

  • Light It Up Blue Fundraiser Scheduled

    On April 16th, Holiday Inn Express & Suites in Huntsville will be hosting a fundraiser for the Light It Up Blue campaign. At the last City Council session, Holiday Inn Express general manager Cheryl Miller…