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Huntsville Public Library Gears Up for Summer Reading Program

Each year, the Huntsville Public library participates in the Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP), a program designed to keep kids reading throughout the summer. Children and teens ages birth – 13 are rewarded with various prizes and incentives for reading, including a free book donated by the Kiwanis Club (while ...

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Huntsville ISD Cancels Friday Classes

Huntsville ISD has announced they will be CLOSED on Friday, May 27th due to weather. For additional information, please contact HISD.

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SHSU Hosts a New Summer Camp for Youth

Registration is now open for Art on the Edge taking place weekdays from 8am to 5pm from July 18 through July 29. This new day camp offers a unique opportunity for middle school students, entering 7th or 8th grade, to explore art created during times of conflict and crisis. After ...

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HISD Offering Free Sports Physicals

HISD Athletcs partners With HMH–Sports Medicine to offer HHS and MMPS athletes free sports physicals. Huntsville ISD is proud to announce that student athletes at Huntsville High School and Mance Park Middle School will be offered the opportunity to have a FREE Sports Physical for the upcoming school year. Each year, student ...

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Library Art Contest Winners Announced

The Friends of the Library and the Huntsville Public Library hosted an unveiling ceremony for the 6th Annual Art Contest on Saturday, March 19th in the Children’s Room. Children’s Director Rachel McPhail said the contest was a success for all participants. ” We want to thank all of the children ...

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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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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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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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“According to Coyote” to Bring Theatre to Children for Free

By Hannah Zedaker Children and families of the Huntsville community are invited to immerse themselves in the culture of Native American tribes through “According to Coyote,” as performed by students in Sam Houston State University’s Department of Theatre and Musical Theatre. “According to Coyote” is a children’s play written by ...

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