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Free Landscape Publications Available

Order before they’re gone! Take Care of Texas offers FREE landscape guides to help you maintain a healthy yard, save money, and protect the environment! These publications include: Guide to Yard Care Mulching and Composting Landscape Irrigation Managing Lawn Problems in Texas Rainwater Harvesting with Rain Barrels Managing 10 Common Texas Yard ...

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Jail Bookings 09.19.18 – 09.30.18

Jail booking reports from the Walker County Sheriff’s Office for September 19, 2018 to September 30, 2018 September 19, 2018 Name Arresting Agency Charges Reece, Bri Undrani Shantrel SO Theft Prop<$2,500 2/More Prev Conv/Bench Theft Prop <$2,500 2/More Prev Conv Welch, Monique Chantrae SO Criminal Mischief>=$750<$2,500 Kucharski, Ashley Ann HPD ...

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SHSU Professor Heading To Hollywood

By: Wes Hamilton Sam Houston State University is headed to Hollywood. Elisa Herrmann, assistant professor of mass communication at SHSU, has been selected to participate in the Television Academy Foundation’s 2018 Faculty Seminar Program. Members of the Television Academy selected just 25 professors from colleges and universities nationwide to participate ...

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Recent Rains Provide Boost for Deer, New Challenges for Bowhunters

Texas’ Archery-Only Hunting Season Opens Saturday, Sept. 29 by TWPD staff Bowhunters might need to adjust their game plan for Saturday’s archery-only white-tailed deer season due to recent rains, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The advance scouting report could be out the window. “Hunting might be a ...

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Huntsville Restaurant Inspections – August 2018

Routine health inspections by the City of Huntsville for the month of August 2018 1836 Steakhouse Score:  91 Improper cold hold 2641 11th Street Expired Produce pulled from prep cooler Dented cans pulled from walk-in cooler American Legion-Sam Houston Post 95 Score:  96 Sanitizer tested too weak 1919 American Legion ...

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Huntsville Smoke Survey Scheduled for Monday

by City of Huntsville staff The City of Huntsville Wastewater Division will be conducting a sewer survey between 8 and 11 a.m. Monday, October 1, from the intersection of University Avenue and 14th Street to the intersection of University Avenue and 17th Street. The affected area will include sewer rights-of-way ...

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String Festival Celebrates Diverse Works and Musicians

By Emily Binetti, SHSU Media Services Comprised of four concerts in four days with internationally recognized artists and faculty, the Sam Houston State University School of Music presents the annual Festival of Strings from Oct. 5 – 8. Open to the public, the festival will feature concerts by renowned artists, ...

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Reward Offered for Most Wanted Fugitive, Gang Member

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has added Rolando Tomas Mendez, 27, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list, and a cash reward of up to $7,500 is now being offered for information leading to his capture. Mendez, affiliated with the Tango Blast Houstone gang, is wanted for aggravated ...

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Walker County Hospital District Tosses Hospital Corporation/HMH a $2.9 Million Lifeline

By Rich Heiland Free Press Publications, LLC For Walker County News Today              THE WALKER COUNTY Hospital Corporation (dba Huntsville Memorial Hospital) received a $2.9 million cash infusion from the Walker County Hospital District board Thursday night. The hospital corporation has fallen millions in debt to vendors and the ...

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Texas AG Reaches $148 Million Settlement with Uber for Data Breach

Texas to provide eligible Uber Texas drivers with a $100 payment  Attorney General Ken Paxton and his counterparts from 49 other states and the District of Columbia today announced a $148 million settlement with California-based ride-sharing company Uber Technologies, Inc. over its one-year delay in reporting a data breach regarding ...

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