Articles Tagged “information”

  • Confirmed Travel-Related Case of Zika in Walker County

    The Texas Department of State Health Services has confirmed one case of the Zika virus in Walker County. Walker County Emergency Management Coordinator Butch Davis verified the case was travel-related and contracted outside Walker County.…

  • SHSU Athletics on Twitter

    SHSU Athletics on Twitter

    In order to maintain consistent branding and to provide easy access for fans to follow their favorite teams, SHSU athletics has rolled out new Twitter handles for each sport entering the 2016-17 athletic year. The…

  • Fair on the Square Coming in October

    Chamber Press Release The Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce is proud to host the 42nd Annual Fair on the Square on Saturday, October 1st.   We are SOLD OUT of booths already but if you would…

  • Hillary’s Emails Redacted

    This week the House Government Oversight Committee received a heavily redacted FBI summary of the FBI session with Hillary Clinton in July. They had interviewed her about her use of a private server for government…

  • SHMM 7th Annual Photo Contest

    SHMM 7th Annual Photo Contest

    The Sam Houston Memorial Museum will provide local & area amateur photographers with an opportunity to show off their work while competing for cash prizes with the museum’s 7th annual “Photo Contest.” The contest is open to…

  • Tu-Mile Sportsmen Association Banquet Ahead

    TU-Mile Sportsmen Association President Steve Dawson tells us that their banquet is coming up Friday, August 19th, at the Walker County Fairgrounds . . . .   Steve Dawson said they’ve purchased a full-sized shooting…

  • Senior Center Holds “Reverse Raffle” Fundraiser

    Senior Center of Walker County Executive Director Frank Ivory tells us that a Reverse Raffle will be held on September 22nd at the Veterans Conference Center . . . .   Tickets are $125 a…

  • City Info on Mosquito Issues

    The City of Huntsville informs us that the long summer days and intermittent showers may present an increased opportunity for exposure to mosquito bites. Citizens are urged to take precautions to decrease the likelihood of…

  • FBI Tech Pleaded Guilty Monday of Acting as an Agent for China

    Forty-seven-year-old Kun Shan Chun, an electronic technician for the FBI who was cleared for top secret information, pleaded guilty yesterday to one count of acting as an agent of China. He could go to prison…

  • HISD Student Registration Set to Open this Week

    For complete information, go the district website at www.huntsville-isd.org.