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DBA Filings – December 2015

Assumed Name (Doing Business Ad) filings in Walker County for December 2015.   3 G Logistics – Samuel Gilley AA Heavy Duty Truckin – Jessica Campbell Academy Sports + Outdoors – Thomas K Anderson American Quality Service Corporation – Daniel Smith Asian Star – Zhuxian Chi and Yu Xiang Wang ...

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Strahan Endorsed by Texans for Fiscal Responsibility for Texas House Dist 18

Texans for Fiscal Responsibility has endorsed Keith Strahan in the open-seat election for Texas House District 18. “Keith Strahan is a principled, commonsense conservative who will fight for taxpayers in the Texas House,” said TFR’s president, Michael Quinn Sullivan. “Keith Strahan is the kind of serious, reform-minded conservative that Texans ...

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DPS Seeks Leads in 1974 Murder of Deputy

DPS launches reward program to feature cases involving officers, first responders.   The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), the Office of the Governor and Texas Crime Stoppers today announced the creation of the Fallen Hero Reward – Texas Remembers program. The new program, funded by the Governor’s Criminal Justice ...

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Huntsville Board of REALTORs Update

December 2015 news and events from the Huntsville Board of REALTORS® Serving our Communities: Throughout November and December members collected food and monetary donations for local food banks. Member offices throughout the area participated. Welcoming New Members: The Huntsville Board of REALTORS® welcomed the following new members during the month of ...

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Walker County Master Gardeners Spring Workshop Planned

The Huntsville Public Library is pleased to host the Walker County Master Gardeners annual spring planting workshop, “Starting Your Spring Vegetable Garden,” on Monday, February 8, from 11:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. in the library’s Community Room. The Master Gardeners will discuss different gardening styles, soil preparation, planting time, fertilizers, ...

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Huntsville Mayors Fulfill Wager in JSU Apparel

Mayor Andy Brauninger and former Mayor Mac Woodward filmed a short video of congratulation before Tuesday’s City Council meeting, wishing Jacksonville State University well in their upcoming playoff game. Mayor Woodward had accepted a challenge from Jacksonville, Alabama Mayor Johnny L. Smith on the SHSU-JSU game won by JSU on ...

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HPD Urges Caution on Roadways

HPD urges drivers to use caution on roadways Friday night due to poor travel conditions.   Golf ball-sized hail, heavy showers, and intermittent street flooding is occurring in areas around Huntsville. Lt. Jim Barnes advises citizens to refrain from driving during the storms if they can. If you must be ...

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Funds for Forest Landowners Near Sam Houston National Forest

New partnership provides funds to landowners who improve forest health.   Funds are now available for forest landowners near the Sam Houston National Forest through the Joint Chiefs’ Landscape Restoration Partnership. This partnership between USDA Forest Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service and Texas A&M Forest Service looks to improve forest ...

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Sam Houston Tea Party Asks for Citizen Questions for Candidate Debates

Sam Houston Tea Party will host three dates for Candidate Forum/Debates before the Primary Elections on March 1, 2016. Questions from the community for each of the debates can be submitted through the Tea Party website. Use the “Contact Us” form to submit questions. Walker County citizens can gain candidate ...

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Huntsville PD Shift Reports

Shift Reports from the Huntsville Police Department for December 29, 2015 to January 4, 2015.   12-29-15 Day Shift Trinity Cut Off @ State Hwy 19 – One vehicle, no injuries 1600 blk Avenue R – Known subject was voluntarily transported for mental health evaluation 300 blk 16th Street – Unknown suspect entered ...

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