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Consequences loom in downtown

Consequences are as unavoidable as flashing lights in your rear view mirror. Most of us enjoy seeing others having to pay for their actions while inwardly justifying our own. Few of us have the resources to find a liberal judge to un-do the results of behavior to a woman in the White House Press Room. Unlike CNN’s Jim Acosta, as British novelist Robert Louis Stevenson once said, “Sooner or later everyone sits down to a banquet of consequences.” Comedienne Kathy Griffin suffered the comic consequences for a headless joke she couldn’t defend, though she tried blaming the object of her ill-fated attempt at beheading. Ennis has enjoyed a remarkable recovery from an EF-1 tornado that ripped through the heart of the city in May of 2013. Businesses left in droves. A year later the tide began to turn. A handful of visionary folks felt optimistic, from those whose passion for historic preservation propels them to salvage the old for future generations to entrepreneurs who see investment value when others view dilapidation and decay. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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