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Cuba: Coming home…

We were three hours early to the airport and a line had already formed at the new Southwest Airlines desk in the Varadero Airport. The route home had only begun days before and the newness showed. After waiting about 45 minutes to check a bag and get our boarding passes, we were instructed to go […]

Christmas ‘Round the World

New Hope Church is presenting a multi-lingual holiday musical, “Christmas Around the World,” at 7 p.m. downtown Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. While this will be its eighth year, this time will be outdoors, on a stage on SW Main Street. Find this story and more in Wednesday’s edition of The Ennis Daily News. Subscribe […]

Cuba, the last day

I left Havana the night Fidel Castro died. Read more about Josh Stroud’s journey to Cuba in Tuesday’s edition of The Ennis Daily News. Subscribe today!

Finding Hemingway

Spending Thanksgiving Day in Havana can feel a little un-American, so in the absence of turkey we decided to seek out the biggest American institution in Havana: Ernest Hemingway. Get the rest of this story in Sunday’s edition of The Ennis Daily News.

Holidays in the Bluebonnet City

The holidays are upon us with their promise of fun and family, tasty food and widening waistlines.  Of course, if we will ourselves onto the jogging trail. maybe we can avoid the latter. Find this story and more in the Sunday edition of The Ennis Daily News. Become a subscriber today!

Scenes of Havana

Although a Southwest Airlines flight might seem like the most common flight to a Texan the flight was anything but ordinary. Read more about this story and more in Friday’s edition of The Ennis Daily News… Become a subscriber today!

Pet of the Week: Lucky

Lucky is our pet of the week. He is a neutered male Black Lab and around 5 years old. Lucky is heartworm negative, current on his shots, and micro-chipped. He was brought in as a stray with a large wound in his back that has healed up quite well. He is a happy guy, very […]

‘I’m rich with no money’

Catherine Pulsifer, an American author, once wrote, “If you made a list of all the things you could be thankful for, the list would undoubtedly be longer than your misfortunes.” Vicki Eastman can relate… Get this story and more in Thursday’s edition of The Ennis Daily News…

Thankful for life

Every Thanksgiving, Jessica Bohannon’s family circles up and holds hands to share what they’re thankful for. This year the answers were a little different. Find the rest of this story in Thursday’s edition of The Ennis Daily News. Be informed, subscribe today!

A faraway mystery: Ennis man ventures to Cuba

As a boy I collected sports memorabilia. Baseball mostly, every birthday and Christmas I asked for autographed baseballs by my favorite players. I had pictures of historic moments in sports signed by the heroes who graced them. I was in love with the idea that I could hold something in my hand that legendary athletes […]

Pet of the Week: Tina

Tina is our VIP Pet of the Week. Tina is a wonderful kitty. She is about 6-7 years old, already spayed, vaccinated, micro-chipped, and tested negative for Feline Leukemia and Feline AIDS. She is very friendly, and seems to get along with other cats. Tina has been at the shelter awhile so her adoption fee […]

Heart to art: Gallery brings culture to Ennis

Shops, restaurants and other businesses are thriving in the Bluebonnet City’s historic downtown district, in the throes of revitalization since the 2013 tornado that threatened its existence. One new merchant is Julia Schloss whose art gallery and workshop, Gallery Schloss, opened on Knox Street in May and has since found a niche in the varied […]

Pet of the Week: Buster

Buster is a 2 year old fluffy shepherd mix available for adoption. He is neutered, current on shots, and micro-chipped. He seems to get along well with other dogs and is incredibly sweet. Buster is heartworm positive but he has a sponsor for treatment. He just needs to be adopted into a loving home that […]

Church to mark 136th anniversary

At 3 p.m. Sunday Nov. 6, members and friends of Wayman Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1013 West Ennis Avenue, will celebrate the 136th Church Anniversary. Wayman Chapel was organized in 1880 and named after Bishop Alexander Washington Wayman. The original location of Wayman Chapel was Caesar Street, known then as Biggins Hill. This site […]

Pet of the Week: Charcoal

Charcoal is a 4-5 month old spayed female. She has beautiful shiny medium length hair. Charcoal is very playful, already spayed, has all her shots and is micro-chipped. She is looking for a loving home. For more information on Charcoal or any of the other dogs or cats available for adoption please call the shelter. […]

Getting thrills at Ennis’ Boot Hill

For more than 20 years Johnny Tobias has become a pro at being creepy. Every Halloween the 55-year-old, a supervisor at Polyguard, turns his home and lawn into a western cemetery called Boot Hill. For more on this story, pick up a copy of Tuesday’s edition of The Ennis Daily News…

Fat man on a mission

When David Robinson of Amarillo stepped on the scale a year and a half ago, he said he didn’t believe the number he was seeing – 495 pounds. When crossed the finish line of the Monster Mash 5K Dash in downtown Ennis Saturday, he said his knees hurt and he was out of breath, but […]

Pet of the Week: Colby

Colby is a 10-month-old Rottweiler mix who is just a big goofball. Colby loves everyone he meets and plays well with other dogs. He is already neutered and current on all his vaccinations, micro-chipped, and heartworm negative. Colby will be at the Country Reporter Festival in Waxahachie Saturday and you can meet him and all […]

Pet of the Week: Asa

Asa is a 3-year-old spayed female Heeler mix, already micro-chipped and current on her shots. She is playful and affectionate and very well mannered. She seems to do well with most other dogs and really enjoys children so she would be a great addition to any family. For more information on Asa or any of […]

Church volunteers at Gingerbread House

Members of The Avenue Church joined in for a day of service at the Gingerbread House Sept. 25.

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