Articles Tagged “October”

  • Seminar To Empower Students To Lead

    The SHSU Center For Leadership and Service will share the history of servant leadership and the skills possessed by a servant leader in its second “Learning to Lead” workshop of the semester on Thursday, October…

  • Early Voting Update

    The total number of voters checked-in for early voting on Friday was 192. This makes for a total of 879 voters checked-in during the first week of early voting in Walker County. Early voting continues…

  • Workshop To Provide Students With Loan Repayment Advice

    Not only are students being forced to take out larger amounts of student loans due to rising tuitions, but more students than ever are relying on student loans to earn their undergraduate and graduate degrees.…

  • Third Annual Haunted Hayride Ahead

    The City of Huntsville’s Third Annual Haunted Hayride will take place at Kate Barr Ross Park on Saturday, October 24, at 6:30 P.M. Tickets will be $5 per hayride and $3 per fire truck ride.…

  • Early Voting Update

    Walker County Elections Manager Julie Cooper reports the total number of voters who checked in for early voting Monday was 153. Early voting continues at the Walker County Annex at 1301 Sam Houston Avenue weekdays…

  • Early Voting Begins Today

    Early voting in Walker County began today at 8 AM at the Walker County Annex at 1301 Sam Houston Avenue, Room 101. Early voting will run, Monday through Friday, through October 30th, 8 AM to…

  • SHSU Recreational Sports Center Reopening

    Earlier this year, the SHSU Recreational Sports Center fell victim to the flooding that ravaged the campus. As water rushed into the building four inches of mud crept into the pool’s filter system, and the…

  • Great Muddy Escape

    Huntsville Memorial Hospital manager of community relations Karen Bilsing tells us that the 5th Annual Great Muddy Escape will be held October 24th with the first race begininng at nine o’clock at General Sam’s Offroad…

  • Scare On The Scare

    Mark your calendars. Main Street Coordinator Lindsay Lauher informs us that this year “Scare on the Square” will be falling on Halloween, October 31st, a Saturday, from 3 to 5 on University Avenue between the…

  • Election Identification Certificates Are Available At DPS

    The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding Texans in advance of the upcoming November election that Election Identification Certificates (EIC) are available year-round at all Texas driver license offices for individuals in need…