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Lions reach out

Children from schools all over Ennis ISD got the opportunity Wednesday to see a little clearer.

Houston fry coming Friday

Friday marks the seventh Sam Houston Elementary School Fish Fry, and the culmination of weeks of work by dozens of parents.

Schools close ranks around grieving family

For Stephanie Brittingham, the start of a new school year generated the same excitement shared by her fellow teachers at Ennis Junior High School.

Ellis County GOP plans meeting with Bush on tax

The Ellis County GOP Executive Committee will feature a discussion with Ellis County Judge Carol Bush at its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Nov. 1 at Ellis County GOP headquarters at 305 W. Madison St. in Waxahachie.

8th White Lions post shutout at home, 6-0

Coming up against a strong opponent at home on Tuesday night, the eighth grade White Lion football team was up to the challenge.

Halloween event gives safe outlet

With Halloween coming, we are reminded how this community has come to appreciate the downtown trick-or-treating organized by the city’s chamber of commerce and local merchants.

PTO has long history at Houston

School support begins with the Parent Teacher Organization, and Sam Houston Elementary has a long and proud history with its PTO.

Click here to view Classifieds for Thursday, October 27

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Mark Anthony Durbin, Sr.

Mark Anthony Durbin, Sr. was born on September 20, 1932, in Alma, TX.    After a lengthy illness, he returned to his to heavenly home on Saturday, October 15, 2011. He was a Corporal in the U.S. Army serving during the Korean War. He met the love of his life at a St. Patrick’s Day Dance […]

Fireworks draw cops for felony drug arrest

Officers searching for a burglary suspect found something else along the way Tuesday afternoon.

Downtown twinkle set to begin

Residents may have noticed the lights in Pierce Park on intermittently over the weekend, but the official lighting of the Lights of Ennis is coming.

Kenneth Walter Holt

Kenneth Walter Holt, 81, passed away early Saturday morning at the Ennis Care Center. Kenneth was born in Ennis, Texas on November 1, 1929 to his father, Pleasant Kennan and mother, Lucinda Nash. He spent his entire childhood growing up in Ennis. He graduated from Ennis High School in 1947. In 1973 he married the […]

Tourism report bright

The city’s tourism director said Tuesday the statewide drought has helped drive tourists to Ennis.

8th Maroon Lions rally to tie Lancaster

It’s true a tie isn’t a win or a loss, but the way Tuesday night’s home game played out it seemed a bit more like a victory for the eighth grade Maroon Lions.

Margie L. Stevens

Margie L. Stevens, 90, passed away at Baylor Medical Center of Ellis County on October 26, 2011. Services are pending with J.E. Keever Mortuary, Inc. www.jekeevermortuary.com

Disposing of unused or unwanted drugs

We would consider it a fairly safe bet to say many of us have old prescription drugs that lingering in our medicine cabinets and around our homes.

No time for silence at voting polls

As this is written on Tuesday, a grand total of 47 people have voted early in Ellis County at one of four locations available for the opportunity to cast ballots in the upcoming constitutional amendment election.

Click here for Classifieds for Wednesday, October 26

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Fall activities – How parents can help

Perhaps because the weather still hasn’t completely committed to being autumn, it seems like we just started the new school year a short time ago.

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