Articles Tagged “information”

  • Walker County Master Gardeners Classes

    Walker County Master Gardeners Classes

    The Walker County Master Gardeners organization is currently accepting registration for the group’s classes that begin on Jan. 19. The program covers a number of topics in the horticulture field – such as soil preparation, weed…

  • Center at SHSU to Honor Veterans with a Ribbon Ceremony

    In recognition of National Veterans Awareness Week, Nov. 9-15, the Sam Houston State University Veterans Resource Center and the Collegiate Veterans Association will accept donations for yellow ribbons Tuesday through Thursday (Oct. 25-27). A table…

  • Human Remains Found–Alleged Suspect Arrested

    According to the Huntsville Item, a suspect has been arrested who is allegedly connected  with human remains discovered in September in a wooded area along a power line easement off Grivich Drive in the area…

  • 85-Year-Old Woman Injured in Hit-and-Run

    The Huntsville Item reports that an 85-year-old woman was hit by a vehicle in the Liberty Dialysis parking lot on I-45 Wednesday afternoon around 1:25. The report says a black SUV backed into the woman,…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift last Friday in the 200 block of I-45 South Chase Dewitte and Kendall Smith were arrested for theft greater than $2,500 to less than $30,000. On the…

  • Town Creek Drainage Project Update

    The City of Huntsville’s Town Creek Drainage Project is progressing and Phase II is set to begin. Work in the affected areas is likely to produce delays and detours. Right now, this is occurring on…

  • New Waverly ISD Burglary & Vandalism

    The Item reports that law enforcement is looking into a burglary in September at the New Waverly High School. Three suspects were reported to have stolen property and vandalized the premises back on September 3rd.…

  • Long Term Disaster Recovery Committee Looking for Volunteers

    Walker County’s Long-Term Disaster Recovery Committee is looking for individuals, groups, businesses and churches to assist residents after local disasters. Volunteers are asked to come out and share their talents to the community in times…

  • Big Time Texas Hunts Deadline Approaching

    Hunting seasons are in full swing in Texas and more opportunities are on the horizon, including chances at premium guided hunt packages through the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Big Time Texas Hunts program. Deadline…

  • Autopsy on Walker County Jail Inmate Completed

    KBTX 3 reports that an autopsy from the Harris County Institute of Forensics released on Tuesday shows that 22-year-old Symone Marshall, who suffered from convulsions at the Walker County Jail in May, died when blood…