Articles Tagged “Monday”

  • Texas Community Futures Forum

    The Texas Community Futures Forum will be held in Walker County tonight at six at the Walker County Storm Shelter on Hwy 75 North County Extension Agent Reggie Lepley points out the opinions of our…

  • Senator Cruz Announces Presidential Candidacy At Liberty University

    Rafael Edward “Ted” Cruz, Senator from Texas, announced his run for the presidency Monday. He addressed a huge crowd of students at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia . . . .

  • National Book Awards Events Begin Sunday

    Don’t forget, the first event of three days of events for the National Book Awards will kick off this weekend. The featured authors–Phil Klay, Fred Moten and John Corey Whaley–will be in town. Visiting SHSU…

  • HPD Lt. Barnes Comments On Aggravated Robbery

    HPD Lt. Jim Barnes tells us that a few minutes before 4 Monday morning a “robbery occurred initially at the Valero gas station at 2904 11th Street.  A black male suspect armed with a shotgun…

  • Willis High School Carjacking

    KHOU-TV News reports that a female Willis High School student’s car was hijacked outside of the school Monday morning by three juveniles. The female victim was asked by the suspects if they could borrow her…

  • Texas Baptist Historian Dr. Alan Lefever Addresses Sam Houston Celebration Attendees

    The life of Sam Houston was celebrated in prayer, songs and speeches Monday morning at the Mance Park Middle School auditorium, down the street from the Sam Houston grave site. Guest speaker was Dr. Alan…

  • TxDOT Construction Monday

    According to the TxDOT website, because of construction beginning Monday at 8 AM on Highway 75, southbound traffic will be closed under the bridge at I-45 and will be detoured south to State Highway 30.…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the night shift last Saturday police were dispatched to the 3100 block of Elks Drive in regard to a woman who had overdosed on medication. In the 2800 block of…

  • Mayor Woodward Comments On Containment Solution Issue

    You may have heard by now that Containment Solutions, which was planning to come to Huntsville and offer several good-paying jobs, has now backed off the move. Chief Operating Officer Clay Finley was quoted in…

  • Commissioners Discuss Justice Center Repair Issues

    One of the issues Walker County Commissioners focused on in their regular meeting Monday morning were the problems with the Justice Center Building. Architect Ken Burns evaluated issues with the building recently. He pointed out…