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Archive for: February, 2013

Alva E. “Snookie” Johnston

Alva E. “Snookie” Johnston, 96, passed away in Plano, Texas on Wednesday, February 20, 2013. Snookie was born in Ennis, Texas on January 6, 1917 to Joseph T. and Emma E. (Bettis) Dandridge. She grew up in Ennis and attended Ennis Schools. On December 3, 1945 she married Everett Johnston and they made their home […]

Mary Ann Kucera

Mary Ann Kucera, age 84, surrounded by her children and grandchildren, peacefully went to be with her loving Savior on 2-19-2013. She was born on 7-17-1928, in Ennis, TX, to John and Cecilie Trojacek of Ennis, Texas. She was married to Edmond A. Kucera for 61 years. She is survived by 4 children, 21 grandchildren, […]

Click here for Classifieds for February 21

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City’s fire rating improves

The Ennis Fire Department’s rating has improved, and homeowners could enjoy insurance savings because of the change.

Lions looking for bowlers

The Ennis Lions Club’s annual Bowling Extravaganza will roll out at All Star Bowl this Saturday, and needs more participants.

Palmer increasing water rate fees

Palmer residents will pay a little more for water after a rate increase by the Rockett Special Utility District.

Ennis Day a time to have needs heard

The Ennis Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Ennis class, local officials and area stakeholders are headed to Austin on Thursday for a key visit to the capitol.

Service can enrich our city

As of this writing, Ennis has two people filed to run for the position opening up with the announcement that Mayor Pro Tem Bob Taylor would not be seeking re-election in the spring polling on May 11.

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Expansion planned

A local asphalt company has intentions to expand their facility to the tune of $7 million.

Local shares cruise story

A married couple from Ennis recently returned home after being stranded aboard the disabled Carnival Triumph cruise ship.

Support floods in for blinded dog

Dog lovers from as far away as Finland have expressed their concern for Bear, the Garrett Shih Tzu left blinded after a suspected act of cruelty at the end of January.

Lions sweep Lovapalooza tourney

The Ennis Lions swept the two-day Ennis Lovapalooza Tournament last Friday and Saturday.

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Group lobbying for 287

Mayor Russell Thomas, Chamber President Jeannette Patak and other city stakeholders will once again bring the topic of the U.S. 287 Bypass finish-out project to the halls of the state capitol this week.

GAKAC gets to work

Give a Kid a Chance is revving the engine of its fundraising campaign for the back-to-school event coming in August.

Chief files to run in May vote

Ennis Police Chief John Erisman has thrown his hat in the ring for re-election in polling for the Ennis City Marshal seat set May 11.

District planning ‘Student Showcase’ event

Ennis ISD officials are planning a first-ever districtwide event to show off the talents and accomplishments of students from across all campuses.

Native honored for her impact on women’s sports

Ennis native and Ennis High School graduate Betty Rider received the Susan B. Feamster Trailblazer Award at half time during the Kentucky vs. Georgia game this month as part of the celebration of Alumni Day, National Girls and Women in Sports Day, and an observance of the 40th Anniversary of Title IX.

Opportunity is always encouraging

It’s always encouraging to hear from city leadership that there is a possibility of more industrial expansion in town.

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