Richard S. Clark, 102, passed from this life into the arms of his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Thursday, October 2, 2014 in Murphy, Texas. Richard was born in Palmer, Texas on January 3, 1912 to Mr. and Mrs. Vee Clark. He grew up in Dalton, Texas and attended Dalton Schools. In 1929 he […]
Kinsley Rose Taylor infant daughter of Edward Lyle Taylor, II and Christy Renae Hollingsworth went back home to be with the Angels on Tuesday, September 30, 2014. She is survived by her parents, Eddie Taylor and Christy Hollingsworth; sister, Alexis Hollingsworth; brother, Kaleb Taylor; grandparents: James and Teresa Hollingsworth and Ed and Peggy Taylor; great-grandparents: […]
Johnny F. Vrana, 83, passed away in Ennis, Texas on Monday, September 29, 2014. Johnny was born in Oak Grove Community of Ennis, Texas on January 5, 1931 the fourth child of John M. and Mary (Salik) Vrana. He grew up in Ennis helping on the family farm and attended Central High School and St. […]
Manuel Bernal, age 48, passed away in Ennis on September 28, 2014. He was born in Ennis on January 14, 1966 to Francisco and Annabell (Garza) Bernal. He is survived by his mother, Annabell White of Ennis; sisters, Mary Morales of Ennis, Rachel Bernal and husband Jose Rodriguez of Dallas, Rebecca Bernal and husband Bobby […]
Home For The Brave, an Ennis-based non-profit organization, introduced the first recipient of a custom-built home for an injured military veteran in a ceremony on Saturday.
A 50-year-old Ellis County man will serve 10 years on probation following his third conviction for driving while intoxicated.
Texas State Fair icon, the late Lillie Betik Crowley, received another recognition of her cooking legend on Saturday when her name was attached to the opening of the fair as well at the Ennis Famers Market.
Austin Elementary will hold its 50th annual chili supper fundraiser from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday night.
The Ellis County Commissioners Court gave final approval to the creation of a reinvestment zone in the county first mentioned in December 2013.
Hungry folks from Ennis and points beyond filled the Knights of Columbus Hall on Thursday night for the 22nd annual Taste of Ennis fundraiser.
Local law enforcement agencies are partnering with drug prevention groups IMPACT Ennis and IMPACT Waxahachie to host the “Take It To The Box” prescription drug take back event this weekend.
Vendors at the Ennis Farmers Market offer a wide array of home-grown products, from vegetables, fruit, grass-fed beef and hand-made crafts. Jason Boone, however, supplies a food item that is a weekly staple for many downtown shoppers.
The YMCA and Austin Elementary hope to encourage more participation in the school’s new jointly operated after school program.