Articles Tagged “information”

  • Skeletal Remains Found

    On Monday, September 19th, officers with the Huntsville Police Department responded to a report of a suspicious incident near the intersection of FM 247 at Grivich Drive. Upon investigation, the officers located the skeletal remains…

  • Cooking Demonstration Show Ahead

    An informative cooking demonstration show is coming to Huntsville. Walker County Texas AgriLife Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Agent Lana Franceschini updates us . . . .   The cost of the event is $25…

  • Texas Comptroller Announces Record $270 Million in Unclaimed Property Returns

    The Texas Comptroller’s office returned a record $270 million in unclaimed property to rightful owners during the past fiscal year. This breaks the previous record of $248 million returned in fiscal 2015. The Comptroller’s office…

  • SHSU KATSAFE Test

    Sam Houston State University will conduct a full test of the KatSafe mass notification system—including siren, email, voice and text messaging, social media, and the desktop alert this morning at 10:55. It is not necessary…

  • Volunteer Opportunities for Bearkats

    Bearkats will have the opportunity to meet and mingle with representatives from area organizations in order to highlight ways they can get involved in community service during the Volunteer Opportunities Fair on today. The event…

  • SHSU Urges Phone Number Updating for KatSafe Users

    From weather closings to safety issues, SHSU uses a variety of methods through KatSafe to provide alerts and updates on situations affecting the SHSU community. Among those are website messaging, outdoor sirens, voice mail, email,…

  • Alumni Recognized for Distinguished Accomplishments and Service

    Three SHSU alumni who have made a name for themselves in business, entertainment and news, and two alumni whose service to their alma mater and their communities is distinguished in itself, will be recognized during…

  • Courthouse Closed Today

    Administrative Assistant to Walker County Commissioners Sonja Tennant has reported to us that County Judge Danny Pierce has closed the courthouse for the rest of the day today. There are air conditioning issues causing temperatures…

  • “Not on My Campus” to Spread Sexual Assault Awareness

    Sam Houston State University’s Office of Equity and Inclusion–Title IX will launch its “Not On My Campus” campaign today with a table set up in the Lowman Student Center Mall Area from 11 a.m. to…

  • Texas 4H Livestock Ambassadors Recent Trip to South America

    Local Texas 4H Ambassadors recently went on an agriculturally-oriented trip to Uruguay and Argentina. One of the accompanying chaperones was Texas Agri-Life Extension Agent Reg Leppley. He picked up a lot of good, usable agricultural…