Articles Tagged “October”

  • General Election — Important Dates

    In regard to the November 3rd, 2015 General Election, here are some important dates– The last day to register to vote is today. The first day of early voting will be Monday, October 19th. The…

  • SHSU, SFA Rivalry Week To Heat Up With Annual Firefest

    Students looking for an opportunity to get pumped up for the annual Battle of the Piney Woods can show their spirit at the annual “Firefest” pep rally on Thursday, October 1st, at Intramural Field No.…

  • TDCJ Hiring Seminar

    Current hiring opportunities and career benefits for Correctional Officers and other positions with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice will be presented at a hiring seminar on Monday, October 5th, at 6:30 p.m. at the…

  • Sixth Annual Ruck March Taking Sign-ups

    Veterans Resource Center Director Fernando Chavez tells us that the Sixth Annual Ruck March is taking place Saturday, October 10th, in the Huntsville State Park . . . .   They’re raising funds for the…

  • State Fair Of Texas Ahead

    The big State Fair of Texas kicks off this Friday in Dallas and runs through October 18th. Besides all the rides, carnival games, exhibits and great food, the Texas Department of Agriculture Food and Fiber…

  • HISD Trustees Meet Tonight

    The HISD Board of Trustees will hold a regular meeting tonight at six in the Hawkins Administration Building. The Board will hold recognitions and will be open to hearing Public Comment on Non-Agenda and Agenda…

  • Sam Houston Museum Photo Contest

    If you think you’ve got a knack for taking photographs, Sam Houston Memorial Museum Marketing Coordinator Megan Buro has some information you might be interested in . . . .   All entries will be…

  • State Lawmakers Finish-Up Session

    State lawmakers on Monday wrapped up their regular 140-day biennial session, concluding deliberations on the state’s two-year spending plan, a package of tax cuts and a significant boost in funds for state roads and highways.…

  • Silver Alert for Wayne Gayle Tiner

    Silver Alert Press Release From Sheriff’s Office The Walker County Sheriff’s Office is searching for Wayne Gayle Tiner, diagnosed with a cognitive impairment. Wayne Tiner is a white male, 78 years old, with a date…

  • Local Girl Wins Punt, Pass and Kick In Dallas

    On Saturday Audra Hester, a freshman at Alpha Omega Academy in Huntsville, won the NFL Punt, Pass and Kick Team Championship at the Dallas Cowboy’s AT&T Stadium. To achieve the team championship, Hester had to…