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Case ends, Ennis can begin to heal

This week signals the end of one of the more disturbing cases in recent memory in Ennis — Joshua Jaggears, former Ennis teacher, will serve prison time for soliciting young boys in the district.

The sanctity of the classroom was desecrated in this case. A man who teachers, parents and students trusted because of seeming high moral standing and a clean history was proved to have none of those things.

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