Over the next few weeks, an incredibly pristine and nearly complete mammoth skeleton – uncovered in an Ellis County sand and gravel pit where it has lain for thousands of years – will be excavated and transported to its permanent home at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science.
The proposed budget for the county was outlined on Monday in preparation for what is expected to be its adoption on Sept. 8.
Dominique and Mandy Tartaglia have a part-time job that some might consider a dream. They sell coffee.
Chamber President Jeannette Patak said Polyguard has stepped up as the 31st Annual Chamber Auction’s platinum-level sponsor for the year.
Ron Vestal, an avid local weather observer for decades, will once again provide Ennis Daily News readers with detailed reports about atmospheric conditions in Ennis.
Perhaps the biggest of challenges for school administrators is the balance between creating an atmosphere where students can achieve their best while at the same time trying to meet the expectations of parents. In the end, they usually succeed.
An unfortunate part of today’s society seems to include the sadistic acts of individuals going into our local centers of education and trying to “etch their place in history” by preying upon defenseless school kids.
The Ennis City Commission on Monday night approved a binding economic development agreement with Tellus Technology to build a $30 million to $40 million facility in the Ennis Industrial Park, bringing in a projected 20 to 30 jobs with it.
The Ennis Negro Chamber of Commerce has revived the drive to complete a community center that came to a halt when the man who spearheaded the project passed away over 15 years ago.
The Ennis Police Department arrested a man Wednesday morning in connection to several attempted car burglaries.
On the same day it was announced in Washington, D.C. that the Ice Bucket Challenge, a fund-raising campaign for Lou Gehrig’s Disease has received $31.5 million in donations over the past month, a local group followed suit in Ennis.
The advent of a new school year is upon us and with it comes the annual reminder for motorists to drive a tad slowly and to be much more alert.