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Huntsville Electronic Recycling Day Announced

The City of Huntsville’s 12th annual Electronics Recycling Day will be held Saturday, April 6, from 9 a.m. to noon, at the Recycling Drop-Off Center, located at 590 Interstate 45 North. The event is free to the citizens of Huntsville and is held yearly to recycle computers, printers, monitors, mice, ...

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Curtain Up! Dark Ages Play Lives On The Edge

“Silence” by Moira Buffini, is a play roughly based on the history of the Dark Ages in England. Directed by Penny Hasekoester and presented by Sam Houston State University’s Department of Theatre and Musical Theatre in the Showcase Theatre March 20-23, with an evening performance at 7:30 p.m. and a ...

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Drug Take Back Day Happening in April

The Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) National Prescription Drug Take Back Day addresses a crucial public safety and public health issue. Huntsville Police Department will be joining in the effort by collecting unused or expired prescription medication from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 27th, at Huntsville High School, ...

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Huntsville PD 03.08.19 – 03.11.19

Shift reports from the Huntsville Police Department for March 8, 2019 – March 10, 2019 March 8, 2019 Traffic Shift 3100 blk FM 1374 TWO VEHICLE-NO INJURY 1100 blk NORMAL PARK TWO VEHICLE-NO INJURY 7000 blk SH-75 S TWO VEHICLE-NO INJURY SYCAMORE @ SAM HOUSTON TWO VEHICLE-NO INJURY Day Shift ...

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Jail Bookings 03.08.19

Jail booking report from the Walker County Sheriff’s Office for March 8, 2019 Name Arresting Agency Charges Bailey, Brandon Eugene SO Poss Marij <2 oz Unl Carrying Weapon Thirion, Gordon Earl SO Burglary of Habitation Intend Other Felony McMillian, Joshua Lee SO Agg Sexual Asssault Child Agg Sexual Asssault Child

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Herb Festival in its 8th Year

The Texas Thyme Unit of the Herb Society of America will host its eighth annual Herb Festival from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, March 30. The free event will be held on the grounds of the historic Wynne Home Arts Center, 1428 Eleventh St., and will be open to ...

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Library, SHSU to Host Upcoming Citizenship Class

How often do U.S. citizens elect a President? Why does the flag have 13 stripes?   These are just a few of the questions being answered by participants in the U.S. Citizenship Preparation Course, as they get ready to take the naturalization exam.   Huntsville Public Library has teamed up with ...

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Texas Turkey Hunters Should See Abundance of Boss Gobblers this Spring

With lots of mature toms across the Rio Grande turkey range, persistent Texas hunters should have a good shot at a long beard this spring. Wildlife biologists with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department say conditions are shaping up for a productive nesting season, which could also make for challenging ...

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Marriage Licenses – February 2019

Marriage licenses executed in Walker County, Texas during the month of February 2019 Applicant 1 Applicant 2 Bandy, John Bishop, Rose Dailey, Mr Conrad B Thaler, Miss Kelsie E Davile, Gilbert Johnson, Marsha Renette Durden, Michael Charlot, Tonya Ellington, Randall Medina, Jennifer Gomez, Matthew Jacob Garcia, Lucy Guillen, Rosales, Ivan ...

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Restitution for Texans Victimized by Computer Tech Support Scam

Attorney General Ken Paxton has announced that his office reached a final settlement with the three operators of a tech support scam who tricked consumers into buying expensive and unnecessary computer repairs. The settlement is in conjunction with a nationwide sweep that Attorney General Paxton’s office helped lead, targeting fraudsters ...

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