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Archive for: November, 2011

Let’s hear it for a little feedback

A little feedback goes a long way, don’t you think?

Many reasons to be thankful

I don’t have to look very far to find plenty of things to be thankful for during this season.

We take our blessing for granted

It’s with a sense of joy and togetherness that we look back today on a year of blessings nestled among hardships and forward to a holiday season of warmth in Ennis.

It’s just Pre-K? It’s more

The question of whether or not to pursue early childhood education (i.e., some form of schooling before kindergarten) is one many parents of young children contemplate.

Geneva L. Wilkerson

Funeral services for Geneva L. Wilkerson who passed away Nov.ember 20, 2011 are pending with the Ray-Thomas Funeral Home.

Phyllis A. George

Phyllis A. (Zimmerman) George, formerly of Rice and Ennis, Texas, entered into eternal rest on Monday, November 21, 2011 in Dallas, Texas.  She had been residing with her son in Garland, Texas.  She was born on January 16, 1932 in Lockport, New York, the daughter of the late Frederick A. and Elida (Arns) Zimmerman.  She […]

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UW funds growing

The Greater Ennis United Way pulled ever closer to its annual pledge goal on Friday, reaching $175,000 — 50 percent of its $350,000 goal.

Road discussion piques interest

Residents are eager to see roadwork done in areas across town if turnout at Monday’s first public hearing on the issue is any indication.

Mike Kerns

Mike Kerns, 61, passed away at his home on Friday, November 18, 2011. Mike was born in Hearne, Texas, on December 9, 1949 to Raymond Douglas and Ernestine (Fulton) Kerns. He grew up in Ennis and graduated from Ennis High School in 1968. While attending Navarro College he was drafted into the United States Navy […]

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Business group lauds Rep. Pitts

The Texas Association of Business recently named State Rep. Jim Pitts, R-Waxahachie, a “fighter for free enterprise” in conjunction with announcing their legislative report cards for the 82nd regular and special sessions of the State Legislature.

Deputies jail 2 in burglaries

FERRIS — Ellis County Sheriff’s deputies arrested two men believed to be involved with a series of thefts and burglaries on Nov. 15.

Lady Lions win Creekview Tourney consolation

With district play on its doorstep, Lady Lion basketball has managed to gain some momentum.

Lions sting Hornet hoops with strong finish

Needing to get back on the winning track, Lion basketball was able to garner a tough road victory on Monday night in Athens.

Cell phone privacy should be protected

A federal judge in Houston recently ruled that authorities need a search warrant to crack open cell phone records that can be used to track a person’s movements.

TB follow-ups slated

A follow-up round of tuberculosis skin tests will be conducted for a two-week period at Ennis High School beginning Nov 28.

Parade of Lights signups extended

The Ennis Chamber of Commerce, responding to a large number of applications, has extended the signup deadline for the annual Parade of Lights until Monday.

Ellis County unemployment rate continues to fall

Unemployment in Ellis County tumbled again in October to below the state average after a series of monthly declines following a spike during the summer.

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