Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

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    Let’s Socialize!

    Did you know that both 101.7 KSAM, and Huntsville’s 104.9 The Hits are on Twitter and Facebook? Well, we are! If you haven’t done so, you definitely need to “Follow” us on Twitter and “Like” us on…

  • TxDot Open House For IH 45 Congestion

    TxDot will hold an open meeting November 30th in Huntsville to discuss their plans to enhance freight mobility and congestion along the IH 45 corridor. The discussion will center around a nine mile strip of…

  • Student-Produced TV Show Launches Fall Season

    “City Spotlight”– the 30-minute Sam Houston State University student-produced television show that focuses on people, places, and events in Huntsville and on campus–has begun airing segments for the fall semester on cable Channel 7. Shows…

  • Picnic for TDCJ Corrections Staff Planned for Saturday

    Walker County Police and Firemen’s Insurance Association Agent Tara Burnett informs us they are putting on a big picnic in Huntsville this weekend . . . .

  • Waterline Project Work Monday on 11th

    The 11th Street Water Line Replacement Project is scheduled to begin Monday, November 7th. This project consists of replacing an old and deteriorated 6″ waterline along 11th Street from University Avenue to Avenue G. Construction…

  • Good Shepherd Mission Fall Food Drive

    The Good Shepherd Mission in Huntsville is getting their Fall Food Drive underway. We talked with the Mission’s executive director Reverend Dave Smith about it this week . . . .   The Mission has…

  • Second Annual Community Chili Luncheon

    The Sam Houston State University Walker County Alumni Club will join forces with City Hall Café on Nov. 7th to honor the university’s value of service by giving back to the area with the second…

  • HPD Lt. Jim Barnes Comments on Drug Issues in Huntsville

    All Cities in the U-S have illegal drug issues they must deal with. Huntsville is no exception. In our recent interview with HPD Lt. Jim Barnes we asked him in regard to Huntsville, “What drugs…

  • Construction Projects Downtown & Traffic

    Huntsville City Secretary Lee Woodward informs us that, “The City of Huntsville is proceeding with a number of construction projects in the downtown area . . . .”   The city suggests leaving early and…

  • HPD Initiates DDACTS–Data Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety

    A new approach to dealing with crime and traffic safety is called “D-DACTS.” It’s initially underway in Huntsville. We talked with HPD Lt. Jim Barnes . . .   HPD Lt. Jim Barnes will be…