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Community Turns Out for 4th of July Celebration in New Waverly

Independence Day events raise funds to support New Waverly Volunteer Firefighters The New Waverly VFD Fireworks show topped off an outstanding Independence Day in New Waverly, as thousands gathered all over the City of New Waverly in their favorite viewing spots. Passing storms earlier in the evening had threatened to ...

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Federal Grant Replaces 1980s Model Fire Truck in New Waverly

Pumper truck built in 1983 lacked modern safety features and was unreliable in emergency situations.   New Waverly Fire Department Captain Josh Slott has been writing grant applications for years in hopes of finally replacing one of the oldest fire engines in the county, a 1983 pumper tanker that has ...

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14th Annual Walker County Emergency Personnel Appreciation Dinner

Various groups to host appreciation dinner for Walker County emergency personnel.   The 14th Annual Walker County Emergency Personnel Appreciation Dinner is scheduled for Saturday August 1st 2015 from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Walker County Storm Shelter on Hwy 75 North. The event is hosted by Prosperity Bank, K-Star Country ...

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Texas REALTORS® Relief Fund for Homeowners

Texas REALTORS® funding up to $2500 per household for storm damage. Texas has experienced a series of recent natural disasters related to severe weather including floods and tornados. Many people have been seriously affected by these tragic events. As we always do on such occasions, Texans pull together to identify ...

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Huntsville Library Announces June Events

Huntville Public Library – Events for June   Story Time: Summer is quickly approaching and the library has many fun activities planned over the next couple of months. June Story Time will continue to be held on Wednesday mornings at 10:45 a.m. Book Clubs will be held every Thursday during ...

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Walker County Included in Governor’s Disaster Declaration

Governor Abbott Adds 24 Counties To Disaster Declaration   As severe weather including tornadoes, heavy rainfall, thunderstorms and flooding continue across areas of Texas, Governor Greg Abbott on Monday declared a state of disaster in Archer, Bastrop, Caldwell, Cass, Collin, Dewitt, Fannin, Grayson, Harrison, Hays, Henderson, Hidalgo, Hill, Houston, Kendall, ...

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New Waverly Firefighters Rescue 2 on Lake Conroe

High winds and boat traffic make for rough conditions swamping at least one boat, Rescue Boat takes on water but is able to rescue stranded boaters. New Waverly Firefighters were dispatched to reports of a sinking boat on the North end of Lake Conroe Saturday afternoon. Firefighters responded with New ...

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Geneology/Lineage Workshop

Daughters of the American Revolution and the Huntsville Public Library to host Lineage Workshop in June.   Who Could Be in Your Family Tree? Have you ever wondered if your ancestors fought alongside George Washington in the American Revolutionary War, or maybe even sold provisions to the Continental Army? Perhaps ...

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Residents Encouraged to Apply for City Boards/Commissions

Applications are available for Huntsville residents interested in serving on a City board or commission, or to be considered for re-appointment to current positions ending August 31, 2015. Residents may submit applications to the City Secretary at City Hall, or online at https://www.huntsvilletx.gov/egov/apps/action/center.egov?action= in the “Volunteer for a Board or ...

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First Annual “Five-O” Fun Run Scheduled

The Huntsville Police Officer Association and the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Office of Inspector General Employee Foundation will be co-hosting the first annual 5k/1-mile run at 9:00 a.m., May 2, at Kate Barr Ross Park, 486 State Highway 75 North (next to the Huntsville Service Center).  Registration for the ...

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