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Archive for: October, 2012

Rotary Club wants to rachet up giving

The Ennis Rotary club released its financial records on Tuesday, revealing total charitable contributions of $16,075 for last yea

New Police Chief is a Familiar Face

When the current school year started at Ennis ISD, residents may have noticed a familiar face at the helm of the EISD Police Department.

KIDS show a great success

Deciding how to write a review that would fit the schedule of the Ennis Public Theatre’s KIDS production Charlotte’s Web presented a bit of a challenge.

Days left to get pink t-shirts

There’s only one more week until Halloween, meaning there is only a short time left to get in on the effort to raise funds for breast cancer.

School finance suit gets going

For folks who enjoy following politics, the current events landscape is a ripe harvest. The national election is just two weeks away and most voters have probably decided who they will select for the top spot but there are lots of down ballot positions of extreme importance to education. I hope those will get consideration, too.

Click here for Classifieds for October 24

To place your ad email classifieds@ennisdailynews.com or call 972-875-3801 FREE Free: Wood Pallets. Come by 213 N Dallas. Free: 3 puppies. Call between 9-1 or after 6pm. 972-825-9624 LOST, FOUND Missing Calf in West Ennis, Boyce & Waxahachie area. Please call owner 817-683-8016 Lost: Femal white cat name Sweetie. No collar, short hair. Missing from […]

Postman’s effort hailed

A local postman is being called a hero after he came to the rescue of a young child.

Burn ban ends

The county burn ban is over for now.

‘Lights’ preps for chill

The organizers of the Lights of Ennis are encouraging this weekend’s partygoers to be prepared for cooler temperatures and possible rain, but not a canceled party.

Evelyn Starek

Evelyn Starek, 78, passed away at the IOOF Nursing Home of Ennis on Saturday, October 20, 2012. Evelyn was born in Fruitvale, Texas on September 24, 1934 to John I. and Mary (Foster) Shield. She grew up in Fruitvale and graduated from Grand Saline High School. She attended Tyler Junior College. On February 14, 1999 […]

Charles L. Keele

Mr. Charles L. Keele, age 73 of Corsicana, passed away on Sunday, October 21, 2012 at his residence.  He was born December 2, 1938 to Robert L. and Frances Keele in Corsicana. He joined the US Navy in 1956 and served aboard the USS Tutuila.  He married Janice Sullivan while still in the Navy and […]

Elizabeth ‘Betty’ Lusk

Elizabeth “Betty” Lusk, 79, passed away on Sunday, October 21, 2012. Services are pending with J.E. Keever Mortuary, Inc. www.jekeevermortuary.com

Hattie Lewis

Hattie Lewis, age 94, passed away on October 21, 2012 at the Legend Oaks in Ennis..  She was born June 24, 1918 in Bairdstown, Texas to Fred and Mildred (Bullington) Campbell. She married Samuel Lewis on November 24, 1942. She is survived by two daughters, Della Groves and her husband David of Ennis and Betty […]

Click here for Classifieds for October 23

To place your ad email classifieds@ennisdailynews.com or call 972-875-3801. FREE Free: Wood Pallets. Come by 213 N Dallas. Free: 3 puppies. Call between 9-1 or after 6pm. 972-825-9624 LOST, FOUND Missing Calf in West Ennis, Boyce & Waxahachie area. Please call owner 817-683-8016 Lost: Femal white cat name Sweetie. No collar, short hair. Missing from […]

Charlotte’s Web succeeds

The Ennis Public Theatre’s first children’s production delivered exactly what the packed house wanted and expected: A terrific, humble, radiant pig.

Lions roar in Mansfield

Running back No. 23 Nick Gabriel ran for 123 yards on 15 carries and led the offense with three touchdowns. The Lions fought their way to a 47-0 victory in Mansfield on Friday.

Voting begins Monday

Early voting for the Nov. 6 election, featuring the presidential showdown and a slew of local and state-level races, begins Monday.

Red Cross lifts the needy

When disaster strikes in Ennis and Ellis County, a few familiar faces are always there: police officers, fire fighters and the like.

Fall Fest fills downtown

Martin Vazquez cooks up a multitude of turkey legs and sausages on sticks in preparation for the annual Fall Festival on Saturday morning in downtown Ennis.

Click here for Classifieds for October 21

To place your ad email classifieds@ennisdailynews.com or call 972-875-3801  FREE Free: Wood Pallets. Come by 213 N Dallas. Free: 3 puppies.Call between 9-1 or after 6pm. 972-825-9624 Free: 52” Magnavox TV, Needs a tune up, 972-921-9314 CARD OF THANKS The Family of Louise Haba wishes to thank everyone who took time to visit, send a […]

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