Articles Tagged “information”

  • Restorative Justice Ministries At Work In Huntsville

    Our guest on “Around Town” this past weekend was Restorative Justice Ministries Network Executive Director Bill Kleiber. This ministry does a lot of important work here in Huntsville . . . .   The ministry…

  • Lineage Society Workshop Coming Up

    A lineage society is a way to take pride in an ancestor’s accomplishments, it’s also a great way to test your research skills and learn more about certain lines in your family history. The Mary…

  • Campground Hosts Needed At Stubblefield Recreation Area

    The Sam Houston National Forest is looking for volunteers to serve as campground hosts at Stubblefield Recreational Area. In exchange for a camp site for their RV or trailer, hosts would be required to work…

  • Storms Leave Behind Damage In Walker County

    Flooding and high winds left damage in their wake as they swept through Walker County Monday morning. The huge overhead metal canopy over the pumps at the Bearkat Junction gas station on Sam Houston Avenue…

  • Senator Cornyn Questions Information Officer On Clinton Emails

    The Honorable Joyce A. Barr, the State Department’s chief freedom of information officer, was questioned Wednesday in a Senate Judiciary Committee meeting on open records laws. In focusing on the issue of the missing emails…

  • “Free Austin Tice” Campaign

    Texas Native and journalist Austin Tice has been missing since 2012. He was kidnapped, but no group has claimed responsibility. He was last heard of while reporting in Syria. The Global Center for Journalism and…

  • Representative John Otto’s Legislative Update

    Our State Representative John Otto reports in his Legislative Update that last week the House passed House Bill 1690, which will relocate the Public Integrity Unit from the Travis County District Attorney’s Office to the…

  • Pitch, Hit & Run Scheduled For Saturday

    The City of Huntsville Recreation Services participates in the Major League Baseball’s local Pitch, Hit and Run competition.  Boys and girls, ages 7 to 14, will have the opportunity to showcase their baseball or softball…

  • HISD Football Physicals

    Thoughts of football are already circling at Huntsville ISD. On Tuesday, May 19, 2015, student athletes at Huntsville High School and Mance Park Middle School will be offered free sports physicals for the upcoming school…

  • “Five-O” 5k/1Mile Run

    The Huntsville Police Officer Association, in conjunction with the Inspector General Employee Foundation, will host its first annual “Five-Oh 5k/1-Mile Run” May 2nd at Kate Barr Ross Park on Hwy 75 North. It’s a fundraising…