Articles Tagged “Texas”

  • Rebecca Bowden To Speak At Walker County Republican Women’s Meeting

    Walker County Republican Women will feature the program coordinator for the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas, Rebecca Bowden, as guest speaker at their meeting today. She will speak on the effects of the current…

  • Texas Launches Student Loan Repayment Program for Mental Health Professionals

    The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) has formally launched the Loan Repayment Program for Mental Health Professionals to help expand the state’s mental health workforce and improve access to mental health services in Texas.…

  • City Council Holds Economic Development Workshop

    The Huntsville City Council got together for a workshop Tuesday afternoon to discuss and hear presentations on economic development and future initiatives. On hand to talk with councilmembers were SHSU’s Executive Director of Economic Development…

  • Ken Zonker Exhibit Opening at Wynne Home

    Make plans to visit the Wynne Home for “Ken Zonker: A Retrospective (1941-2002).” The exhibit will be on display from January 30th through April 30th. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, January 30th,…

  • HISD’s Dr. Wright Comments on School Funding from Legislature

    The HISD Board of Trustees meets tonight at six at the Hawkins Administration Building. We asked HISD Superintendent Dr. Howell Wright on our Around Town program this past week, “How does funding from the state…

  • National School Choice Week Begins Today

    National School Choice Week begins today in Texas and across the country. There are 1,204 events planned in the the Lone Star State to raise awareness about K through12 school choice, and 16,140 events nationwide.…

  • County Clerk Update on I-D by Mail for Vital Documents

    As you know, proper identity in Texas has come to the forefront as an issue. There’s been a change during the passed several months regarding getting a vital record by mail. Walker County County Clerk…

  • Great Year for “Go Texan” Program

    Texas Department of Agriculture administrator Rick Rhodes says 2015 was a great year for their Go Texan Program, a program that “promotes the products, culture and communities that call Texas home–” like great products from…

  • DPS Marks National AMBER Alert Awareness Day

    The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) will join the nation in observing National AMBER Alert Awareness Day today. AMBER stands for “America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response,” and was named for 9-year-old Amber Hagerman, who…

  • New Texas Laws in Effect

    In addition to House Bill 910 which allows licensed gun holders to openly carry their firearms in a shoulder or belt holster in certain public areas, several other laws went into effect in Texas this…