Articles Tagged “Wednesday”

  • Sam Houston Memorial Museum Historical Lecture Tomorrow

    Collections Registrar, Sandra Rogers, informs us that the Sam Houston Memorial Museum has a special presentation on Wednesday the 17th . . . .

  • Financial Literacy Week at SHSU

    In preparation for their eighth annual Financial Literacy Week, Sam Houston State University’s Student Money Management Center will have representatives in the Lowman Student Center Mall Area promoting their services on Wednesday and Thursday from…

  • SHSU’s “Real Talk with C-J” Wednesday

    Human trafficking is one of the most lucrative criminal enterprises nationwide, second only to drugs, and Houston is a hub of activity in sexual exploitation, with domestic and international victims that include children and adults,…

  • Update on Incident at HISD Wednesday

    An HISD press release informs us that Wednesday morning just after school started, Huntsville High School Administration received notice from a student that they had received a concerning message from a fellow classmate. The content…

  • Candidate Packets Available for At-large Position #1 on the Council

    Huntsville City Secretary Lee Woodward tells us that, “Candidate filing for the At-large position #1 position on the City Council started Wednesday and will continue through 5 PM on March 7th . . . .”

  • U-S Sailors Used as Propaganda by Iranians

    After the Iranian government released 10 U-S sailors who had drifted into the country’s territorial waters, they used images of the sailors on their knees with their hands clasped behind their heads in a propaganda.effort.…

  • North Korea Say They Have Hydrogen Bomb

    The government of North Korea has announced that they have conducted a hydrogen bomb test. A North Korean news anchor termed the weapon a “miniaturized” hydrogen bomb and said the test was a “perfect success.”…

  • Christmas Holiday Solid Waste & Recycling Pick Up Schedule

    The City of Huntsville Solid Waste Transfer Station and Recycling Drop-Off Center will be closed in observance of the Christmas holiday on Thursday, December 24 and Friday, December 25. Due to the closure for the…

  • School Threats in Houston Deemed Not Credible

    The school district in Houston got an email Wednesday that threatened widespread violence on unnamed campuses for today. School officials there did not believe the threat to be credible, and schools are open today. Dallas…

  • National Terrorism Advisory System Updated

    The National Terrorism Advisory System, or NTAS, has upgraded their alert system. Since 201, it included an “Elevated Alert” and an “Imminent Alert.” It has never been deployed. They have decided to create an intermediate…