Articles Tagged “Wednesday”

  • County Rescue & Clean-up Activity

    According to the Item, county emergency officials were kept busy this week Along with the help of Texas’ state urban search and rescue team, local emergency responders Tuesday rescued and treated a man stranded in…

  • Senator Cornyn Questions Information Officer On Clinton Emails

    The Honorable Joyce A. Barr, the State Department’s chief freedom of information officer, was questioned Wednesday in a Senate Judiciary Committee meeting on open records laws. In focusing on the issue of the missing emails…

  • Texas Baptist Men Bringing Meals To TDCJ Employees

    In celebration of National Correctional Officers And Employees Week, over one hundred members of the Texas Baptist Men’s organization and additional volunteers will be feeding approximately 5,000 TDCJ employees this week at Walker County prison…

  • Monday’s Storm

    Monday morning, intense straight-line winds blew through Southeast Texas, Walker County and Huntsville causing widespread damage. Winds blew down a steeple off of Shiro Presbyterian Church. Trees fell on houses from Roans Prairie to Elkins…

  • Outage Update

    Entergy customer service Manager Ronnie Hale reports that at 10:30 this morning in the Walker County/Huntsville area they had about 6,200 customers that were out of electrical service at 121 locations where they will have…

  • Petition To Remove Pct. 3 County Commissioner Bobby Warren

    A petition has been filed by a Walker County resident to have Pct. 3 Walker County Commissioner Bobby Warren removed from office. Clint Wade filed the petition Wednesday morning with District Clerk Robin Flower’s office.…

  • “CABARET”

    The Department of Theatre and Musical Theatre at SHSU will present the Tony Award-winning musical “CABARET,” over a 4-night span beginning Wednesday and ending Saturday, in the Eria Starr Theater. Show times are at 8…

  • Gen. Sam Houston Folk Festival

    Sam Houston Memorial Museum is seeking volunteers for the Gen. Sam Houston Folk Festival scheduled May 1-3 on the museum grounds. Volunteers are needed for a variety of tasks, from selling tickets to helping children…

  • Update on Wednesday’s Livestock Winners

    Alpha Omega Academy student Katelyn Klawinsky won the Grand Champion title at the Commercial Heifer Show at the Walker County Fair Wednesday. Sixteen-year-old Alpha Omega 10th-grade student Logan Slaughter won Reserve Grand Champion. Twelve-year-old Alpha…

  • “Walk A Mile In Her Shoes” Coming Up

    SHSU Criminal Justice Graduate Student Organization spokesperson for the upcoming “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes,” Eric Cooke, tells us that the purpose of the event is to raise awareness about on-campus sexual assault. He…