Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Congressman Brady to Address Walker County Republican Women’s Luncheon Today

    Today at noon Congressman Kevin Brady is scheduled to address the Walker County Republican Women’s luncheon at SHSU’s Walker Education Center at 1402 19th Street in Huntsville.

  • SHSU’s Homeland Security Studies Master’s Program Moving to Woodlands Center

    The master’s program in homeland security studies at Sam Houston State University will be moving to SHSU-The Woodlands Center in the fall to better accommodate students and professionals in businesses and government agencies in the…

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    General Contest Rules

    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…

  • Upcoming Waterline Replacement Projects along 11th Street and Sam Houston Avenue

    The City of Huntsville is ready to begin two waterline replacement projects along 11th Street and Sam Houston Avenue: 1) The project segment along 11th Street is between IH 45 and University Avenue. This project…



    SHSU’s KatSafe program reports that the SHSU main campus in Huntsville is closing effective immediately.  There will be no day or night classes.  Normal operation resumes Thursday.

  • Infrastructure Improvements Underway

    Work on Huntsville’s infrastructure has been and is underway. Councilmember Keith Olson updated us on a recent interview with him . . . . Note: Soundbite audio not operating at present time.

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    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift last Friday a known suspect sexually assaulted a victim in the 100 block of I-45 South. Two thefts were reported—one in the 1500 block of 11th Street…

  • Huntsville Celebrates Texas & General Sam Houston

    The sun was shining, and the birds were singing Thursday. It was a beautiful Texas morning in Huntsville to celebrate it’s independence and the birthday of one of its most important historical figures, Sam Houston.…

  • Great Muddy Escape Tomorrow

    The “Great Muddy Escape,” Saturday, is not only a fun way to raise awareness about living a healthy and active lifestyle, it’s also a fundraiser benefiting the local non-profit organization, Huntsville Family YMCA.  The annual…

  • John Ray Falk, Jr. Sentenced to Death by Angelina County Jury

    The Huntsville Item reports that 50-year-old John Ray Falk, Jr. was sentenced to death by an Angelina County jury Wednesday morning for his involvement in the murder of TDCJ correctional officer Susan Canfield during an…