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OFFICES ON UPCOMING MARCH 2020 PRIMARY BALLOT

Republican Party of Walker County Chair Linda McKenzie informs us that the following offices will be on the March 2020 Primary ballot: Sheriff, Tax Assessor, Pct. 1 and 2 Commissioners, all Constables,  and the 12th Judicial District Judge. This past Tuesday was the first day to file for the office of Precinct Chair November 9th…read more »

HUNTSVILLE ARTS COMMISSION MEETS

The Huntsville Arts Commission will have a meeting this afternoon at the Wynne Home Arts Center at 1428 11th Street at five this afternoon. They will welcome new member Lynn Kelly. The Commission will also consider a proposal for an art project, review current arts projects and distribute informational items.read more »

18TH ANNIVERSARY OF 9-11 ATTACKS

On September 11, 2001 an attack, coordinated by terrorists, killed around 3,000 people and damaged at least $10 billion dollars in property in the United States. Four passenger airliners were hijacked by 19 al-Qaeda terrorists. Two crashed into the north and south towers of the World Trade Center in New York. Another plane crashed into…read more »

SECRETARY OF STATE MIKE POMPEO ANNOUNCES NEW EXECUTIVE ORDERS ON SANCTIONING TERRORISTS AND ALSO COMMENTS ON BOLTON FIRING

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced an Executive Order from the White House Tuesday. He said, “Today’s Executive Order marks the most significant update to counterterrorism sanctions authorities since September of 2001. It significantly expands authorities to target terrorists and those who finance their activities.” He added, “The Executive Order allows the Department of State…read more »

SHSU HAS STUDENT LEGAL AND MEDIATION SERVICES

When considering the many resources that Sam Houston State University offers students, legal advice and mediation does not typically come to mind, but the university provides both of these services to students at no cost. Student Legal and Mediation Services, located in the Lowman Student Center, has an experienced attorney, Gene Roberts, on staff to…read more »

COMMISSIONERS HEAR PRESENTATION FROM EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM COMPANY

Walker County Commissioners are considering having an E-A-P, or employee assistance program, available for employees. These kinds of programs are voluntary, work-based programs that offer free and confidential assessments, short-term counseling, referrals, and follow-up services to employees who have personal or work related problems. At Monday mornings regular session, they heard from Rick Dielman of…read more »

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