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Archive for: February, 2013

Lions fall to Waco in consolation

The Ennis Lions (2-3-1) concluded the Waco ISD Invitational Tournament with a 5-1 loss to Red Oak during the consolation championship game on Saturday.

Persistence pays for area officials

After more than 30 years of asking, Ennis has been told it will soon have the necessary funding support to complete a highway project that began as a way to clear up congestion on U.S. 287.

Red Oak murder suspect indicted

A woman arrested for a Dec. 4, 2012 killing in Red Oak faces a charge of murder after her recent indictment.

City part of Train Town USA

Union Pacific recognized Ennis’s place in its history as part of the rail company’s 150 year anniversary celebration.

Ennis isn’t alone in gas price spike

Ennis gas prices have jumped more than 20 cents over the last 10 days, pinching wallets at the pump in a run that has been mirrored countywide.

Lions advance in Waco tournament

The Ennis Lions (2-1-1) headed to Waco Thursday for the three-day Waco ISD Invitational Tournament after falling 8-3 to Corsicana on Tuesday.

Finishing bypass will drive future

Thanks and appreciation seem like inadequate returns for State Rep. Jim Pitts and those at the Texas Department of Transportation who have made it possible for the U.S. 287 Bypass project to finally be completed. No one viewed a two-lane version of the bypass as a final product even when it was first being constructed […]

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Pitts: 287 project is a go

State Rep. Jim Pitts announced Thursday the state department of transportation is planning to fund the project costs for updating the two-lane section of the U.S. 287 Bypass in Ennis.

Mollie B brings crowd

The star of RFD-TV’s polka powerhouse is back in Ennis for the weekend taping another episode of “the Mollie B Polka Party,” now seen by over 60 million viewers on various television services.

Scouts give more than 1 ton of food

Several local Boy Scout and Cub Scout groups brought over 2,000 pounds of donated food to Helping Hands of Ennis on Saturday.

Show’s visit puts Ennis in spotlight

We know this community is excited about the Mollie B Polka Party.

Meteor shows need for NASA funding

It’s not every day that you hear our local landed gentry talking about a news story from the other side of the world. Then again, this was far from the average news story.

Sarah Lewis

Sarah Lewis passed away in Ennis on Thursday, February 21, 2013. Services are pending with J.E. Keever Mortuary, Inc. www.jekeevermortuary.com

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March for Meals gathers support

Meals-on-Wheels of Johnson and Ellis Counties is set to participate in the national 2013 March For Meals campaign, and is looking for sponsorships and participants.

City offers option for recycling

Ennis is giving residents the option to receive recycling bags by mail after looking for ways to boost participation and add convenience to the program.

Head shaving catching on in cancer fight

Roughly a year after shaving his head in the name of cancer research, local student Alex Fry is at it again. But this time, he’s bringing a few friends along.

Spring musical auditions coming Saturday

Auditions for the Ennis Public Theatre’s production of Nunsense are set Saturday.

Rating drop highlights efficiency

Ratepayers in Ennis should be happy to hear the good news that the city’s fire rating has improved.

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