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Get a trim at Lion Styles


Phil Banker

Phil Banker

I’ve done some scary stuff in this line of work. While working in Oklahoma I reported extensively on a small town’s sewage system, which required frequent tours of the town’s open sewage ponds. I did a story on a traveling professional wrestling group, which involved at one point being physically threatened by a large, angry man covered in white supremacist tattoos.

There’s the many times I’ve been at fires or car crashes ranging from little fender benders or grass fires to multiple-car pileups and the 2011 Magnablend fire.

Despite all that, nothing has ever been as intimidating as sitting down and having my hair cut by the ladies at Ennis High School’s Lion Styles hair salon.

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