Ennis Ford Perfect Drive
Ennis Daily News
Archive for: September, 2011

Click here for Classifieds for September 30

To place your classified ad email classifieds@ennisdailynews.com or call 972-875-3801 FREE Free: Brown Pit Bull puppy, 972-875-3267 Cute, Free puppies to good homes. 11 wk old labrador mix. Call 214-316-9131 after 5:00 PETS, STOCK, POULTRY Attention. “Special Catalog Horse Sale”. Canton, Tx, Oct. 2nd & 3rd. Selling 300 head in 2 days. For consignment or […]

TB testing stepped up

Both the city of Ennis and the Department of State Health Services are stepping up to offer free tuberculosis skin testing to Ennis High School students and employees who have yet to be tested.

WEEK 6: WRANGLERS

The Lions (2-3, 1-2) and West Mesquite Wranglers (0-4, 0-2) will both be feeling a sense of urgency tonight in Mesquite Memorial Stadium (2411 W. Scyene Rd., Mesquite, 75149).

Confusion closes down intersection

It was all supposed to be so simple. At least, that’s how it appeared on paper.

JV Lions pile up points vs. West Mesquite

Thursday night’s home game got offensive, as the JV Lions reached a new season-high in points and also allowed their most points thus far.

Shop local, it’s our ticket to prosperity

One of the somewhat lost concepts in the midst of our economic distress over the last few years has been the citizen accountability that comes with a city’s financial health.

A dastardly deed or a favor?

When Ennis Daily News Editor Nick Todaro gave me the opportunity to go take photos at the 2011 NHRA Fall Nationals at Texas Motorplex, I’ll admit I was excited as a fat kid at the cake store.

Entire high school offered TB tests

Both the city of Ennis and the Department of State Health Services are stepping up to offer free tuberculosis skin testing to Ennis High School students and faculty who have yet to be tested.

TB fears get the better of our reason

Perhaps the saddest parts of the ongoing story of Ennis’s struggles with tuberculosis are the misinformation and fear-mongering that are spreading outside of the realm of informed public discourse.

TB frenzy unabated

A town hall meeting meant for state health officials to educate the public on the realities of Ennis High School’s tuberculosis outbreak Wednesday night quickly devolved into anger and fear.

Prayer gathering set Tuesday at EHS

A group of local church leaders will gather in prayer at Ennis High School next week.

Chamber awards lunch set Monday

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

City pay increases begin with new budget

Ennis begins its new budget cycle this week, bringing 2-percent employee raises and increased tax revenues to city operations without increasing tax rates.

8th Lion football rounding into fine form

After a loss to a tough DeSoto East team to open the season, the eighth grade Maroon Lions put on quite a performance Tuesday night when they returned to DeSoto.

Lillian Slovak

Lillian Slovak, 92, passed away at the Ennis Regional Medical Center on Wednesday, September 28, 2011. Services are pending with J.E. Keever Mortuary, Inc. www.jekeevermortuary.com

Click here for Classifieds for September 29

To place your classified ad email to classifieds@ennisdailynews.com or call 972-875-3801 FREE Free Puppies: Mixed breed, males & females. 469-383-6524 Free: Brown Pit Bull puppy, 972-875-3267 Cute, Free puppies to good homes. 11 wk old labrador mix. Call 214-316-9131 after 5:00 PETS, STOCK, POULTRY Attention. “Special Catalog Horse Sale”. Canton, Tx, Oct. 2nd & 3rd. […]

Waxahachie ISD to Enact Precautionary Measures when playing Ennis Athletic Teams

Waxahachie ISD district officials are taking the lead and enacting precautionary measures when it meets Ennis in district play for upcoming athletic events.   More than two weeks ago, an instructor at Ennis High School tested positive for an active case of tuberculosis (TB).   Since that time, Ennis ISD officials have been fully cooperating with the […]

State scrutinizing TB cases

Despite reports claiming the contrary, state health officials say there are no new “laboratory confirmed” cases of tuberculosis caused by the outbreak at Ennis High School.

Meals-on-Wheels gets boost

A steel mill has stepped forward to help stem the rising tide of hunger in the local Meals-on-Wheels service area.

Woman charged with aiding fugitives

Wanda Mitchell, the Ennis woman arrested for allegedly aiding son Buddy Anderson and his wife, Sharon, flee a child pornography investigation in February, has been indicted.

Featured Links

    Search Archive

    Search by Date
    Search by Category
    Search with Google

    Photo Gallery

    Log in

     

    Copyright: All rights reserved. Users may download and print extracts of content from this website for their own personal and non-commercial use only. Republication or redistribution of Ennis Daily News content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent of Ennis Daily News. Ennis Daily News and its logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of the Ellis County Newspapers, Inc.

    © Ellis County Newspapers, Inc. 2018