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Holt cuts the ribbon

Dr. Edward Holt, DO, officially entered the local business community’s network with a ribbon cutting Feb. 9. The new OBGYN?on the Ennis Regional?Medical Center staff and native of Rosengberg holds degrees from Austin College and the University of Health?Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kansas City, Mo. He also completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology in 2004.

Dr. Edward Holt, DO, officially entered the local business community’s network with a ribbon cutting Feb. 9.

Dlabaj receives new position at Polyguard

Dolores Dlabaj

Polyguard Products, Inc., is pleased to announce the promotion of Dolores Dlabaj to the position of Senior Customer Support Specialist.

Ennis grad stresses quality

Ennis Daily News photo by Phil Banker / Dan Jordan, owner and operator of Thrifty Barn, stands outside his store with his intern, Charlisa Williams. The "upscale resale" store has been open for three and a half months, he said.

Phil Banker, [email protected] Seekers of upscale fashion need no longer make the trip up to Dallas. Click here to sign up for our E-Edition and read the rest of the story! Ennis native and former professional athlete Dan Jordan provides “upscale, name-brand resale” at Thrifty Barn at 107 W. Ennis Ave.    

Culpepper and Lawrence opens

The Ennis Chamber of Commerce welcomed the CPA firm of Culpepper and Lawrence to town in late November with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the company’s Ennis Avenue location. The firm is a cooperative effort of Lana Lawrence and Misty Culpepper.

New doctor calling Ennis Regional home

Dr. Edward Holt

After a month in town, Dr. Edward Holt is ready to begin the next step in a long journey out of Texas and back again.

Code ordinance up for changes

While Ennis city commissioners are trying to work out the details of coming road construction, they’ve also been tasked with considering changes to the citywide code enforcement ordinance.

Plant marks safety milestones

Ennis Daily News photo by Nick Todaro / U.S. Rep. Joe Barton and Ennis Mayor Russell Thomas flip hamburgers at the GAF Day event held Thursday in honor of employee safety achievements at the plant.

With more than 250 employees, GAF Matierlals Corporation’s Ennis facility took it as a great stride forward when it was able to mark a pair of occupational safety milestones last week.

Sign crushes Chili’s

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Chili’s is closed down while ownership faces the daunting task of repairing the roof after the restaurant sign collapsed on top of the building this morning.

Committee looks into marketing I-45 corridor

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The cooperative marketing group formed between cities along Interstate 45 from Ennis to Conroe is ramping up business.

Ennis Inc. buys out Printgraphics

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Ennis, Inc., has acquired all of the stock of Printgraphics, Inc., as of Oct. 1. Printgraphics has two locations, in Vandalia, Ohio and Nevada, Iowa, both of which will continue producing their current products and services. Printgraphics has been a leading wholesale manufacturer of fully integrated document solutions for over 33 years and is recognized […]

Ennis Traffic acquires firm

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Ennis Traffic Safety Solutions has acquired Australian firm Zaganite Industries Pty. Ltd. That company will continue to operate from its facility in Dandenong, Victoria. Ian Cocoran, managing director for the Asia Pacific region for Ennis Traffic Safety Solutions, said the company was pleased to welcome Zaganite to the Ennis family. “Gino Zagni and his family […]

Chamber awards set for Monday

Rep. Jim Pitts

The Ennis Chamber of Commerce will host State Rep. Jim Pitts as its guest speaker for the upcoming annual awards luncheon Monday.

Classics hit big screen

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Cinergy Cinemas will launch its Cinergy Classics program at 2:30 p.m. Sept. 28, offering patrons a chance to see the classics on the big screen once again.

Full of Pride

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Janie Garcia is the latest winner of The Ennis Daily News’ annual Pride contest.

CertainTeed hits stride

CertainTeed Corp. has enjoyed a strong summer of production activity after restarting the plant in April.

The shingle production facility had been decommissioned in Feb. 2007, but growth in housing starts and demand for shingles caused the company to reconsider that shutdown. The company came before the Ennis City Commission in summer 2010 announcing plans to restart and applying for tax abatement incentives with a promise of 50 jobs and millions in capital investments at the plant.

Montemayor earns post as EDN circulation manager

Tico Montemayor

The Ennis Daily News is announcing the promotion of Ignacio “Tico” Montemayor to the position of Circulation Manager.

Crouch to lead advertising

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The Ennis Daily News is announcing the promotion of Michelle Crouch to the position of Advertising Manager.

Blackland cuts ribbon

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The Ennis Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon cutting for Blackland Building Supply on S. Kaufman Street.

Globe Products celebrating 30 years

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Phil Banker, [email protected] They are some of the smallest parts you’ll ever see, but they are in more than you think. They’ve also allowed Jess Haupt and his family to carve out a unique niche in the world. Haupt is the president and CEO of Globe Products Co., which is celebrating its 30th year of […]

Sheahs forge ahead with new eatery

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The Ocean Garden buffet is bringing “old fashioned Chinese cooking” to Ennis.

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