Articles Tagged “October”

  • HISD Board Meeting Tonight

    The HISD Board of Trustees will hold a regular board meeting at six this evening. Trustees will recognize students and staff. Tonight’s “Consent Agenda” includes the approval of a budget amendment, a Texas Association of…

  • October City Water Maintenance Successful

    The City of Huntsville conducted a successful maintenance process on its water distribution system during October, and the staff would like to thank all residents for their cooperation and patience during the process. According to…

  • Testimony on the Obamacare Rollout Continued Tuesday

    The back-and-forth on Obamacare in Washington continues. Tuesday–before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee–Republican Senator from Tennessee Lamar Alexander questioned Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator Marilyn Tavenner on issues related to…

  • Advanced Emergency Management Training Given Locally in October

    October 21st through 23rd, employees from the City, Walker County, SHSU, HISD, and TDCJ participated in advanced emergency management training, created by FEMA, at the Walker County Storm Shelter. Texas A&M Forest Service facilitated the…

  • “Great Muddy Escape” this Weekend

    The “Great Muddy Escape” is coming up Saturday, October 26th, and starts at 9 AM at General Sam’s Offroad Park. HMH Manager of Sports medicine Dustin LeNorman tells us more . . . . GREATMUDDY10-23-13…

  • Family Night Movie Series at Library

    Huntsville Public Library in partnership with Texas Children’s Health Plan is offering a free monthly family night movie.  October will kick off the movie series with a kid-friendly blockbuster Halloween movie today at 5:30.  Stop…

  • The Sam Houston Statue Visitor Center Celebrates 19 Years

    Today, the Tourism Department invites residents and visitors to stop by the Sam Houston Statue Visitor Center and Gift Shop to celebrate the 19th Anniversary of the landmark monument, “A Tribute to Courage.” The world’s…

  • Stage 1 Water Conditions Lifted

    Stage 1 Water Shortage Conditions–Voluntary Restrictions–were lifted in the city on October 18th due to the recent rainfall and the corresponding decrease in water consumption. The City of Huntsville Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan…

  • Early Voting Underway

    EARLY VOTING began at 8:00 this morning for the November 5th General and Special Elections.  There are several local entities holding a joint election including the Constitutional Amendment Election and the Local Option Election in…

  • October is Fire Prevention Month

    October is fire prevention month. And, as we head toward a time of the year where extra time will be spent cooking, New Waverly firefighter Jimmy Williams is on the news again this morning to…