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Ennis News progresses through virus pandemic

Local news source supports city, businesses
Sunday, March 22, 2020
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As the voice for both the spirit and news of the Bluebonnet Capital of Texas, The Ennis News remains focused on just those elements. In light of the health pandemic the city, county, state, nation and world is uniting to shake off, this publication carries on to provide what it has for over 120 years.

Ennis News that is Ennis Based.

While social media and Twitter feeds account for the sole media access for some, locals can count on this news source for accurate city and area stories about the community, about our Big 5 schools, a wide range of Sports, very good photography and a trusted Opinion page. Those will continue.

Due to present circumstances — beyond control of any of us — The Ennis News will be publishing only the weekend edition for the time being. The Ennis News hard-copy is delivered by the mail on Saturdays, along with the e-edition sent electronically that morning.

A reduction in some news and sports, let alone large group events, is understandable, though temporary.

Businesses and organizations who were not regular advertisers might consider this a prime-time to endorse their services. Call 972-875-3801 and ask to speak with a sales rep.

Part-time readers and those who are in self-quarantine are welcome to commit to receiving our weekly editions. To stay updated on Ennis and Ellis County news. Call 972-875-3801.

In related news, the political, positive Ennis opinions, humorous views on life as well as his religious takes on the news will be glad to know managing editor Mark Warde’s column, “I’ll Tell You What,” continues in every issue.

Send us your comments and submit Letters to the Editor to General Manager Nikki Cohan at