Articles Tagged “Walker County”

  • Early Primary Voting Update

    The total number of voters checked-in during early voting Thursday, February 18th, was 328–of those voters, 45 voted in the Democratic Primary, and 283 in the Republican Primary. This makes for a total of 946…

  • Phase II of the DMV’s Two Steps for Vehicle Inspection and Registration

    The Walker County Vehicle Registration Office is stepping up to assist customers during the second year of the “Two Steps, One Sticker” program for vehicle inspection and registration. Beginning on March 1, 2016, the transition…

  • Fair at SHSU to Connect Students with Local Organizations

    Students who are interested in volunteer service opportunities are invited to attend the Volunteer Opportunities Fair today from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Lowman Student Center Mall Area. The volunteer opportunities fair is…

  • Council Discusses Election Contract with Walker County

    At this week’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, councilmembers discussed for approval entering into an election contract with Walker County for the May 7th Special Election to fill a vacancy to elect a…

  • Republican Forum Tonight

    The Republican Party of Walker County will host a Candidate Forum tonight. The Forum will be held at the Katy and E. Don Walker Building beginning at 6:30 pm. Positions that will be included in…

  • Commissioners Look at New FCC Legislation on Inmate Phone Charges

    At their meeting Monday, Walker County commissioners heard from County Purchasing Agent Mike Williford who informed commissioners that, “The Federal Communications Commission has gotten through some new laws that are effective in March for State…

  • Isis Martin Indicted in HEARTS Museum Case

    The KBTX News website reports that a former HEARTS Veterans Museum employee, “47-year-old Isis Martin was arrested for credit card abuse in December, 2014.” However, a Walker County grand jury “recently indicted her for misusing…

  • Pesticide Applicator Class

    Local Extension Agent Reg Leppley tells us that Texas A&M AgriLife Extension of Walker County will be cohosting a Pesticide Applicator Recertification class in conjunction with the Walker County Soil and Water Conservation District on…

  • Walker County Tax Assessor-Collector Diana McCrae Running for Re-election

    Diana McRae has announced that she will seek re-election as Walker County Tax Assessor-Collector. While in office she implemented online vehicle registration in Walker County, along with electronic poll books and other improvements. McRae was…

  • SAMentors Program At SHSU

    The transition into college can be difficult if a student doesn’t have a support system to help them through the tough times and help them acclimate to a new environment. To help combat these issues,…