TxDOT report shows Texas motorcyclist deaths rising

Editor: Shannon Cottongame May 12, 2022 One evening in April 2021, Eric Newell was out for a ride in Houston when his motorcycle was rear-ended by a vehicle, breaking both of his legs, dislocating his hips and injuring his back and hands. He is just one of 2,318 Texas motorcyclists seriously injured in crashes last … Continue reading TxDOT report shows Texas motorcyclist deaths rising

Hill College registering for mini, summer semesters

Editor: Shannon Cottongame May 5, 2022 Registration for Hill College’s May mini-mester and three summer sessions is now open for new and current students. The May mini-mester allows students to take courses online in an accelerated timeframe of three weeks. Classes begin May 16, and available courses consist of core curriculum and general electives. Hill … Continue reading Hill College registering for mini, summer semesters

Texas hunting accidents at record low

Editor: Shannon Cottongame May 5, 2022 Hunting-related accidents in Texas are at an all-time low since Hunter Education became mandatory in 1988, according to the 2021 Texas Hunting Accident Report released by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD). Of more than 49,000 certifications in 2021, Texas experienced only one fatality and 11 accidents statewide, … Continue reading Texas hunting accidents at record low