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Election Identification Certificates Available at Driver License Offices

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DPS Reminds Texans: Election Identification Certificates Available at Driver License Offices.  Certificates also available at mobile stations in select county locations.   AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding Texans in advance of the upcoming Primary Election that Election Identification Certificates (EIC) are available year-round at ...

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Impressionist Painting Workshop Set for February

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Renowned Artist Lois Griffel will visit Huntsville to lead a four-day workshop of impressionist painting sponsored by ‘Friends of the Wynne’ and SHSU College of Fine Arts and Mass Communication. The workshop will focus on landscapes with indoor morning sessions and outdoor afternoon sessions. Registration is open and admission to ...

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Huntsville High School Responds

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January 20, 2016 This 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 of the message appeared to be of a threatening nature. As student and staff safety is always top priority, the school administrators ...

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March 2nd Celebrations Announced

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35th Annual March 2 Celebrations for Texas Independence Day and General Sam Houston’s Birthday   The Walker County Historical Commission, the Sam Houston Memorial Museum, and the City of Huntsville’s Sam Houston Statue and Visitors Center announces the 35th Annual Texas Independence Day and General Sam Houston’s Birthday Celebration in Huntsville ...

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Library Hosting 6th Annual Art Contest

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Huntsville Public Library is hosting its 6th Annual Art Contest this spring. Open to all students 5-18 years of age, the contest will focus on the theme of artwork “Inspired By the Imagination of Daydreams.” Children’s Coordinator Rachel McPhail says, “We are all certainly excited to see what the students ...

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Walker County Marriage Licenses – December 2015

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Walker County Marriage Licenses executed in December 2016   12-2-15  Torger Voldbakken and Janis Peters 12-3-15  Vance Bridges and Casey Collins 12-4-15  Austin Mueller and Caitlin Strohbehn 12-4-15  James McGowen and Dawn Stephenson 12-7-15  Gary Gaddie and Lou Adler 12-8-15  Richard Womack and Frances Womack 12-9-15  Robert Ford and Carolyn ...

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Walker County Master Gardeners Spring Workshop Planned

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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

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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

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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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Free Spanish Classes Offered in Huntsville

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Instructor Beth Williamson will teach on Tuesdays in the Community Room. The 14-week program begins February 2, and materials are provided. Register now to reserve a spot (35 students maximum for each class). Beginning classes will meet from 1:00 pm. to 3:00 p.m. and advanced classes from 3:00 p.m. to ...

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