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Archive for: January, 2013

Kaufman County ADA killed

Police are searching for two unknown suspects who allegedly shot a Kaufman County employee shortly before 9 a.m. Thursday.

Store’s ATM stolen

Police are investigating the theft of an ATM sometime during the early hours of Wednesday morning at the Quick Pantr

Memorial’s eagles soon to arrive

The Ennis Veterans Memorial Committee is looking to put the final touches on the memorial by next month, but those who want to add a name to those laid in stone at the monument have a slightly longer deadline.

Special road spending is welcome

When Gov. Rick Perry called for $3.7 billion in infrastructure investments in the Legislature’s work crafting a budget this term, we were deeply pleased.

At the MidWinter Conference

Last weekend, EISD administrative staff had the opportunity to participate in the annual MidWin

Click here for Classifieds for January 31

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Years-old assault case ends

A Desoto woman has been found guilty of helping her late boyfriend sexually assault another woman more than eight years ago.

Students still in hospital after crash

Phil Banker, phil@ennisdailynews.com Two Ennis High School students remain hospitalized after a Friday night crash on U.S. 287 near Reagor Springs. A crash report from the Waxahachie Police Department shows 17-year old Kathryn McElroy and 17-year-old Jessica Puente were traveling eastbound on U.S. 287 shortly before 11 p.m. Friday, along with 17-year-old Terence Williams, a 16-year-old […]

County judge: Privatizing jail worth consideration

County Judge Carol Bush said Ellis County could save $2 million-$3 million by allowing a private corporation to manage the Wayne McCollum Detention Center.

Red Oak blasts Lady Lions

The Ennis Lady Lions (15-16) had no answer for the Red Oak Lady Hawk offensive onslaught, losing 65-40 and falling under .500 for the first time all season.

Gerald Buckner

Gerald Buckner, 65 passed away on January 29, 2013. No services are scheduled.

Impressive support for Lummus

Judging by the response to Saturday’s fundraising event for Jack Lummus Intermediate School, this community loves flapjacks.

In which we mourn a sandwich

It was a harsh blow when the Brown Street Café closed its doors across from Ennis City Hall last fall.

Click here for Classifieds for January 30

To place your ad email classifieds@ennisdailynews.com or call 972-875-3801 FREE Free Puppies: Terrier mix, will be small dogs. 3 male & 1 female. 469-245-9740 Free male & female puppies. 972-825-9624 CARD OF THANKS The Family of Jaynie Arnold and Wallace (“Buddy”) Arnold, Jr. would like to thank all who has supported our family with thoughts […]

New community proposed

The Ellis County Commissioners court heard a presentation from an international development company on a potential new community to be built near Ferris, during which local resident Amy Hedtke was removed from the courtroom.

Suspect’s violent flight turns theft into robbery

Ennis police arrested a woman early Friday evening pending charges of robbery.

Wesley L. (Bubba) Hammond

Wesley L. (Bubba) Hammond passed away suddenly on January 28, 2013. Wes was born on April 13, 1962 to Walter and Martha Frances (Reynolds) Hammond in Dallas. He was raised in the Ennis and Bardwell area and attended Ennis High School. He worked for Gerdau, formerly Chapperral Steel, in Midlothian for 32 years. Wes married […]

Click here for Classifieds for January 29

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Meals on Wheels needs volunteers

Meals on Wheels of Johnson and Ellis Counties needs a few good drivers to help deliver meals to Ennis’s needy.

Blogger’s sentences stacked

Judge James Lagomarsino decided Friday that convicted sex offender and former blogger Joseph Dauben will serve all four of his 10-year sentences consecutively, putting him in prison for 30 years and on probation for 10 years after his release.

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