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Archive for: April 9th, 2019

Cleburne blanks ‘Cats, Jenkins get 2 hits

Clayton Jenkins had the Lions two hits and is now hitting .359. Like a lonely scarecrow in a field of stubble, runs for the Ennis offense have been scarce for weeks. Take Tuesday’s game in Cleburne, the Lions were whitewashed and held to a pair of hits, both by Clayton Jenkins, as the No. 9 […]

Is doing your taxes making you crazy?

Jay L. Zagorsky Boston University (The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) (THE CONVERSATION) It’s tax time in the U.S., which means Americans and residents are hurriedly poring over paperwork, filling in forms and hoping to file by the April 15 deadline. While for many it […]

Our Point of View – Do we need police review boards?

There are roughly 150 police oversight boards or agencies, most of them in large cities where large municipal police forces are needed. Due to the high crime rate, not to mention increased murder rates, plenty of attention has been drawn to police for excessive use of force, some of it merited. Issues of racism by […]

Around Town – Learn Over Lunch

Jeannie McCarty will give a presentation on American Red Cross Emergency Preparedness for National Disasters and Safety in Homes. The event will be held at Ennis Housing Authority, 300 Arnold St., on Saturday, April 13 at 10 a.m. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe […]

Pauline Annie Novy 1931 – 2019

Pauline Annie Novy, age 87, passed from this life into the arms of her Lord on Wednesday, April 3, 2019. Pauline was born on September 21, 1931 in Ennis, Texas to Paul and Mary (Cech) Prda. She was a member of St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, The Catholic Daughters of America, KJZT #16 and was […]

All musical genres at Bluebonnet Fest

Le Freak, specializing in humorous ‘70s disco music, is one of the bands heading up the entertainment for Bluebonnet Fest. Entertainment for the 67th annual Ennis Bluebonnet Trails Festival features a more extensive roster of performing acts than has been seen at previous events. From country to blues to classic rock, singers and bands chosen […]

Dr. D retiring at Avalon after 25 years – Appreciation dinner slated for May 18

Dr. David Del Bosque has been principal and superintendent at both St. John’s in Ennis and Avalon. Longtime principal and school superintendent Dr. David Del Bosque is in his final days as head of schools at Avalon. Having announced his retirement for end of the spring, the beloved “Dr. D,” as he is affectionately known, […]

Daily Horoscope – Aries – April 9, 2019

Trust in what you know, not in what others tell you. Situations will be exaggerated, and problems will escalate quickly if you don’t adopt a practical attitude and make decisions based on reality. Choose self-improvement over trying to change others. You’ll gain the most by keeping a low profile. ARIES (March 21-April 19) — Take […]

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