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Registration Open for Free Dance Workshops

Registration is Open for Free Huntsville Moving! Dance Workshops for Adults and Children   Initiated by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, Huntsville-area groups are celebrating dance this month with a variety of free community workshops, activities and public events. The new initiative titled Huntsville Moving! brings ...

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Walker County Sheriff’s Office Update on Missing Teen

Law enforcement asking for public’s assistance in search for missing teen.   In a press conference held earlier today, Walker County Sheriff Clint McRae released surveillance video footage of a possible suspect vehicle in the ongoing investigation of missing teen Adriana Coronado. McRae characterized the ongoing investigation as “intense” and ...

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State Bar Offers Hotline to Help Texans Affected by Flooding

The State Bar of Texas offers a legal hotline — (800) 504-7030 — to help people find answers to basic legal questions and connect them with local legal aid providers following disasters such as the Sabine River flooding in southeast Texas. The hotline — answered in English and Spanish — ...

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Walker County Added to Disaster Declaration List

Governor Greg Abbott today surveyed, and received a briefing on, the severe flooding in East Texas. Alongside officials from multiple Texas counties and state agencies, Governor Abbott reiterated his call for Texans to heed warnings from local officials and avoid flooded areas as emergency management personnel continue to ensure the ...

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Sheriff’s Office Issues Amber Alert for Missing Teen

On Monday, March 14th at approximately 1:24am the Walker County Sheriff’s Office was investigating the homicide of a Hispanic male identified as Caesar Vladimir Coronado.  During the investigation the Sheriff’s Office generated additional information leading them to believe that the welfare and whereabouts of the victim’s 14 year old daughter ...

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Applications Being Accepted for 61st Texas Game Warden Cadet Class

Live the Law Enforcement Legend of Being a Texas Game Warden The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is building its next generation of elite state law enforcement officers with the 61st Texas Game Warden Cadet class. Applications are open now through April 30. “We are excited for the opportunity to ...

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Governor’s Office Calls for Artist Entries in Poster Art Competition

Each year in October, the Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities produces a Texas poster for National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), which is distributed free of charge to businesses all across the State. The art featured on the poster is an original piece created by a Texas artist with ...

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Lake Conroe Temporarily Closed to Motorized Boat Traffic

Submerged objects and floating debris create hazards for boaters on Lake Conroe. Effective immediately, the San Jacinto River Authority is temporarily closing Lake Conroe to motorized boat traffic due to the presence of submerged objects, floating debris, and other hazards that could put the safety of boaters at risk.  The ...

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Marriage Licenses- February 2016

The following Marriage Licenses were executed for Walker County in the month of February 2016.   02-03-2016  Kalan Dean and Kristing Boutwell 02-05-2016  Jason Coffeen and Jennifer Carabajal 02-06-2016  Derwin Ortega Blandon and Luz Gomez 02-06-2016  Jestin Askew and Katelyn Spradling 02-09-2016  Ronald Camp and Linda Rogers 02-10-2016  Danny Torres ...

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Pitch Hit & Run Returns to Huntsville

The City of Huntsville’s Parks & Leisure Department will host a free Scotts® Major League Baseball® Pitch Hit & Run™ Competition for area youth ages 7 to 14 on Saturday, March 26 at Kate Barr Ross Park. Registration will begin at 9:00 a.m. with competitions starting at 10:00 a.m. All ...

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