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Jump on the bandwagon; it’s a good time to do it


Ennis is buzzing and it has nothing to do with the effects of last week’s pivo. Former Lions football head coach Sam Harrell has returned to E-Town to finish what his multiple sclerosis diagnosis tried to finish. It is the feel-good story of the year, and has many in this city waxing nostalgic. The EISD never made a statement about the names of those on the search committee, though they surely had their hands full with applicants seeking to fill the void created when Jack Alvarez left after seven years. He accepted an offer from Class 6A Copperas Cove and is already at work building his coaching staff. From the beginning, the committee was hearing from locals about Harrell, especially because his health has made a remarkable turnaround, and because he has been coaching for the past four years. Add to it, his family still resides in the town, so the temptations were natural. What does his heartwarming comeback mean to people in Ennis? Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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