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By Mark Warde Two guys are standing at the gas station filling up. One says to the other, “Man, it’s hot.” The other guy nods affirmatively, “It’s humid too,” to…

Jun 24 2016 / No Comment / Read More »

Good day sunshine, perhaps… »

By Keven Todd Good day sunshine, good day sunshine, good day sunshine I need to laugh and when the sun is out I’ve got something I can laugh about I…

Jun 18 2016 / No Comment / Read More »

2016 medical directory

2016 medical directory

Ellis County Business and Service Directory

Ellis County Business and Service Directory

National Polka Fest Magazine

National Polka Fest Magazine

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

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Representing Ennis during a recent baseball tournament were battery mates Rowdie Guthrie, the pitcher, and catcher Jamie Barr. The duo…

Jun 25 2016 / No Comment / Read More »

Their swing made Lions king »

Ennis Tennis - Ashley Slovacek

By Mark Warde Like a mighty river the varsity tennis teams at Ennis High School continue to roll, having won…

Jun 20 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

Janis Norwood »

Janis Norwood, age 73, passed away on May 16, 2016. Wake service was held Thursday, May 26, 2016, from 7 to 8 p.m. at the…

May 31 2016 / Comments Off on Janis Norwood / Read More »

Mary Catherine Wilson »

Mary Catherine Wilson, 86, passed away in Allen, Texas, on Monday, May 23, 2016. Mary was born in Ennis, Texas, on May 27, 1929, to…

May 31 2016 / Comments Off on Mary Catherine Wilson / Read More »

Mary Alice Doyle »

Mary Alice Doyle, 95, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, May 25, 2016, from Ennis, Texas. Mary was born in Sherman, Texas, on…

May 31 2016 / Comments Off on Mary Alice Doyle / 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 »
Lifestyles Uganda story Pastor Darrell Nelson

Local pastor heads to Uganda mission

Darrell Nelson, senior pastor at Faith Assembly of God in Ennis, is about to become a gospel globetrotter. He is headed for Uganda, one of 53 nations in Africa. Often seen wearing a white cowboy hat,…

Jun 28 2016 / Read More »
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Pet of the Week

Lola is a 2-3 year old female shepherd/rottie mix. She is a great dog and good with just about anybody and everything. She loves to play with toys and fetch, is great with kids, and other…

Jun 23 2016 / Read More »
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Book on Ennis history still popular

By Randy Bigham All roads lead to history. At least that was the idea behind a book project that writer Laurie Wilson took on seven years ago, together with fellow local historian Peggy Rankin. Ennis: Images…

Jun 21 2016 / Read More »
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Video Extra: Istanbul Airport attack death toll at 36, scores injured

ISTANBUL (AP) — Three suspected Islamic State group suicide bombers targeted the international terminal of Istanbul’s Ataturk airport Tuesday, killing at least 36 people and wounding many others, Turkish officials said. Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim…

Jun 28 2016 / Read More »
The front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.

Completed in 1935, the US Supreme Court building in Washington, DC, is the first to have been built specifically for the purpose, inspiring Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes to remark, ÒThe Republic endures and this is the symbol of its faith.Ó

The Court was established in 1789 and initially met in New York City. When the national capital moved to Philadelphia, the Court moved with it, before moving to the permanent capital of Washington, DC, in 1800. Congress lent the Court space in the new Capitol building, and it was to change its meeting place several more times over the next century, even convening for a short period in a private house after the British set fire to the Capitol during the War of 1812.

The classical Corinthian architectural style was chosen to harmonize with nearby congressional buildings, and the scale of the massive marble building reflects the significance and dignity of the judiciary as a co-equal, independent branch of government.

The main entrance is on the west side, facing the Capitol. On either side of the main steps are figures sculpted by James Earle Fraser. On the left is the female Contemplation of Justice. On the right is the male Guardian or Authority of Law. On the architrave above the pediment is the motto ÒEqual Justice under Law.Ó Capping the entrance is a group representing Liberty Enthroned, guarded by Order and Authority, sculpted by Robert Aitken.

At the east entrance are marble figures sculpted by Hermon A. MacNeil. They represent great law givers Moses, Confucius, and Solon, flanked by Means of Enforcing the Law, Tempering Justice with Mercy, Settlement of Disputes between States, and Maritime and other functions of the Supreme Court. The architrave carries the motto ÒJustice the Guardian of Liberty.Ó

The interior of the building is equally filled with symbolic ornamentation. The main corridor is known as the Great Hall and contains double rows of marble columns

Supreme Court strikes down Texas abortion clinic regulations

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court struck down Texas’ widely replicated regulation of abortion clinics Monday in the court’s biggest abortion case in nearly a quarter century. The justices voted 5-3 in favor of Texas clinics…

Jun 27 2016 / Read More »

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