Articles Tagged “information”

  • Houston Food Bank Truck Scheduled to be in Huntsville Saturday

    Due to emergency aid conditions in Texas, the Houston Food Bank is now available to come to town this Saturday. Because of hurricane relief, the food bank has received more supplies and will be delivering…

  • Deputy Registrar Training Available

    The Walker County Voter Registrar’s office has made available training information for residents to become deputy registrars. Ensuring that citizens are registered is essential for voters to exercise their right and responsibility to vote. Training…

  • HISD Discipline Discussion

    During last week’s Special-Called Board Meeting of the Huntsville ISD, much discussion was spawned during Director of Accountability & School Improvement, Angee Andrus’, presentation of the 2017-18 District Performance Objectives. Ms. Andrus was merely presenting…

  • Hurricane Harvey Affects Mail Delivery of Federal Checks-Will Be Available at Post Office

    A news release from the Social Security Administration and other information passed along by KBTX Channel 3 News and others reports that the post office, because of the local flooding affects of Hurricane Harvey curtailing…

  • Texas Atty. Gen. Paxton Releases Statement on Harvey Insurance Claims & HB 1774

    In light of incorrect information circulating on social media, Attorney General Ken Paxton has issued the following statement about property insurance claims in areas affected by Hurricane Harvey. He says,“There has been much misinformation, some…

  • Emergency Management Accepting Damage Assessments

    Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator Sherri Pegoda informs us that Walker County has declared a local disaster.  Governor Abbot included Walker County in the state disaster.  Now we are waiting on President Trump to include Walker…

  • Curfew & Evacuation Lifted

    As of 8 this morning, Walker County Judge Danny Pierce has lifted the curfew for Walker County and the Mandatory Evacuation Order for Green Rich Shores and Sterling Island. The waters are receding and people…

  • Solid Waste Update

    The City of Huntsville Solid Waste Department is running both commercial and residential routes today and tomorrow (Monday and Tuesday, August 28 and 29, 2017). They will get everything that they are capable of getting…

  • Entergy Texas Storm Tips

    Entergy Texas reminds customers to remain safe and stay away from downed power lines and flooded areas. Do not walk in standing water and do not venture into areas of debris, since energized and dangerous…

  • Storm Update from City of Huntsville

    The City of Huntsville urges residents to prepare for Tropical Depression Harvey, expected to move into the Gulf of Mexico this weekend and potentially being upgraded to a Tropical Storm or Hurricane. Locally, there is…