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SHSU VICE-PROVOST MARY ROBBINS TO RETIRE

According to an article on SHSU’s Today at Sam website, Mary Robbins has announced her decision to retire as vice provost of Sam Houston State University in May 2019 after 29 years of service. Robbins joined Sam Houston State in 1990 after completing her doctorate in reading from Texas Woman’s University. As a professor in…read more »

PROCESSION TO HONOR FALLEN FOREST SERVICE FIREFIGHTER TO BE HELD TODAY

At 12:30 this afternoon:  An Interagency Fire and Law Enforcement procession coordinated by the USDA Forest Service Honor Guard will escort Forest Service Firefighter Daniel Laird from Conroe to George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston.  Daniel died in a Forest Service helicopter accident March 27 and is being transported to his family’s home in California.…read more »

COUNCIL LOOKS AT AMENDING DEVELOPMENT CODE

At last night’s Huntsville City Council session, councilmembers had a First Reading to consider an adoption of an ordinance amending the Development Code of the City of Huntsville. From the Board of Adjustments, Ken Holland addressed the council in favor of the changes to the code (the City was having audio issues)  . . .…read more »

COMMISSIONERS DISCUSS SURVEY OF COURTHOUSE SQUARE

During Walker County Commissioners’ special afternoon session Monday, commissioners discussed taking action on authorizing Goodwin Lassiter to perform prelimInary deed research and develop a cost and schedule to complete a survey of the Courthouse Square at a cost not to exceed $1,500. Precinct #3 Commissioner Bill Daugette addressed commissioners on the matter . . .…read more »

POLICE NEWS

Looking back over the past several days, in Huntsville Police news on the day shift last Thursday a case of forgery was investigated in the 7000 block of State Highway 75 South. A vehicle stolen from Navarro County was recovered in the 2000 block of Veterans Memorial Parkway. On Thursday’s K-9 Shift report, Joshua Talley…read more »

CITY COUNCIL MEETS TONIGHT

The Huntsville City Council will meet for a regular session at six this evening at City Hall. Mayor Andy Brauninger will make a statement on amendments to the City Code of Ordinance regarding parking exemptions for jurors. Councilmembers will hear proclamations on Autism Awareness Month, Public Library Week and Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The Council…read more »

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