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A funny thing happened on the scales »

By Mark Warde Did you hear the one about the guy who stepped one of those talking scales? Yep, it actually announces your weight, audibly. So, the guy steps on…

May 23 2016 / No Comment / Read More »

Video Extra: Odor fight good for baseball and its ‘code’ »

By Justin Tubbs Despite what ESPN analysts and players like Bryce Harper would have you to believe, there is still a code in baseball. At first glance, baseball is a…

May 18 2016 / No Comment / Read More »

2016 medical directory

2016 medical directory

Ellis County Business and Service Directory

Ellis County Business and Service Directory

Hometown Living Magazine

Hometown Living Magazine

2016 Ellis County Business & Service Directory

2016 Ellis County Business & Service Directory

Smoke Free Ellis County

Smoke Free Ellis County
Sports

Stuckly soars to No. 2 in state »

Ennis - Katherine Stuckly 2016 state medallion

By Mark Warde In her first two seasons at Ennis High School, Katherine Stuckly has taken full advantage of her…

May 20 2016 / No Comment / Read More »

Lions prep for spring scrimmage Monday »

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By Mark Warde Restless leg syndrome, that uncontrollable urge, whether your lying or sitting, to get moving towards the football…

May 19 2016 / No Comment / Read More »

Discover Ennis 2016

Discover Ennis 2016

2016 Ellis County Family Guide

2016 Ellis County Family Guide

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Obituaries

Clarence “Baby J” Cook »

Clarence “Baby J” Cook, born September 30, 1937, passed away on May 16, 2016. Viewing will be held Friday, May 20, 2016, from 2 to…

May 21 2016 / No Comment / Read More »

Harlin J. Dauphin »

Mr. Harlin J. Dauphin, beloved Educator and former Superintendent of Ennis ISD, passed away Wednesday, May 18, 2016, in Ennis. Visitation will be Monday, May…

May 21 2016 / No Comment / Read More »

Richard Wayne Moore »

Richard Wayne Moore (Rick) passed away on May 10, 2016. He leaves behind six children; his sons, Joel Richard Moore, Daniel Amos Moore, and Samuel…

May 18 2016 / No Comment / Read More »
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Runoff election today

Some Ennis residents can vote today in a run-off for the Republican candidate for Road & Bridge Precinct 1 county commissioner. The two candidates on ballots for some voters are Bobby Crittenden and Randy Stinson. Crittenden…

May 24 2016 / Read More »
Letters to the Editor

Wondering about Ennis candidates

Letter to the Editor, I WONDER.  I wonder about several articles and letters to the editor that have been published in the last month or so.  Many have voiced their opinion about how wonderful one person…

May 5 2016 / Read More »

To the editor:

To the editor: I would like to know how the article on Angie Juenemann’s DWI became about my husband, Red Sanders. Red had absolutely nothing to do with anything regarding Angie, yet your newspaper and others…

Mar 25 2016 / Read More »

Mayor’s pub position not outside mainstream

To the editor: I was disappointed to observe that in its Tuesday issue the Ennis Daily News chose to sensationalize Monday’s City Commission discussion of proposals that would permit the opening of a clean neighborhood pub…

Mar 24 2016 / Read More »
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Polka Parade champs prep for a repeat

By Justin Tubbs For Aline and Jimmy Whatley winning has become a tradition in the National Polka Festival Parade. For the past eight years, the Firehouse Grill owners have built award-winning floats that entertain. For seven…

May 21 2016 / Read More »
The shelter at Lion's Park will house the National Day of Prayer event in Ennis Thursday evening.

Day of Prayer event set for Thursday

By Mark Warde In conjunction with the National Day of Prayer, citizens and churches from Ennis will meet to pray at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Lions Park. The public is invited to attend. “We welcome the…

May 5 2016 / Read More »
EDN Photo / Justin Tubbs

Josh Kirkpatrick has developed a relationship with Bobby Wilson, right, centered around riding horses at Campfire Creek outside Waxahachie.

Man with cerebral palsy makes it by with horse

For 30-year-old Josh Kirkpatrick and his parents, life has never been easy. Kirkpatrick was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at birth after his umbilical cord was wrapped around his neck. For the past 30 year, Josh has…

Apr 30 2016 / Read More »

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