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Sheltered Workshop Party – The True Christmas Spirit

In our society today, it is hard to find true wonderment and joyful excitement for the Christmas Season that is not associated with Malls, last minute shopping, hustle and bustle, and the like. True wonderment and a true spirit-filled joy of the season comes far too rarely to many in these troubling times.

Merry musical Christmas at EISD

A couple of weeks ago, I urged readers to enjoy some of the performances of EISD musicians and I’m happy to report that attendance has been great at the Christmas programs that have already occurred. There are still some opportunities left for this week, though, and I urge you to take advantage of excellent free entertainment as well as the ‘feel good’ that comes when you support the effort of a kid.

IMPACT Ennis Safe Homes Network

Ennis Lions are at home tonight!

It’s finally here.
Whatever your walk of life or obligations for today and this weekend, wherever your family plans to go for Labor Day or whether you’re going anywhere at all, we all are thinking of the same thing for tonight.

Carroll thanks county for its support

I am grateful to the voters of Ellis County and humbled by the results of Tuesday’s countywide election. Thank you for placing your confidence and trust in me to serve as your next 40th District Court Judge.

Lions roll over Panthers

Tye Chandler [email protected] While the JV was away, the Freshman Lions delivered the goods on their home turf Thursday night. Ennis (1-1) defeated the 5A Keller Fossil-Ridge Panthers 26-12, and Keller didn’t even get on the scoreboard until the fourth quarter. The Lions’ opening drive saw quarterback Marcus Daggs score on a 10-yard run (6-0, […]

Team looks for support

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The Ennis American Legion baseball team is set to compete at the state level July 26, but they need Ennis’ help.

Chamber:Sysco deal may boost area retail

Last week’s agreement between Ennis officials and Sysco Corporation has many in the community looking forward to what will come.

The historic land deal in the city’s Industrial Park has the food giant agreeing to build an $80 million redistribution facility on 255 acres purchased from the city.

Reader prove enthusiasm

Children that participated in the program’s reading challenges and events throughout the summer gathered at the library Thursday for the awards ceremony. Mayor Pro-tem Bob Taylor handed out award certificates to each child who met their individual reading goals.

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