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We wish you all the best this season

Today being the day after Christmas, it’s a good opportunity to bask in the afterglow of the year, so to speak.
We want to extend the merriest possible feelings of good will and cheer to our readers as we wind down this pivotal year and prepare ourselves to begin the adventures that 2011 almost certainly promises to bring to our town.

Let us gather our friends and families closely around ourselves as we celebrate this joyous time in the unique ways that each of us chooses to mark the spirit of the season. Take the time today to reflect on the blessings that we all enjoy living in a town like Ennis, where fiscal responsibility and conservatism have protected us from much of the negative impact of our hobbled economy.

Our local economy has certainly seen better days, but we do not find ourselves in the rocky place many towns our size and larger have dealt with and face in 2011. Our charitable efforts this year have been an amazing testament to the fortitude with which we face the hardships that inevitably affect even our well-supported community.

We have enjoyed a year safe from disaster on a large scale and we have seen our children’s educational opportunities continue to grow as the local school district has tightened its focus and goals.

Particularly now, when many worry about the fate of our nation in the hands of the government and our position in the world we live in, taking a level of comfort in our little slice of America is too important to be hounded by demons or ghosts from the past.

Let’s look toward the new year, 2011, as it near us with bright hopes for what it will hold for us as individuals and as a community.

The Ennis Daily News is proud to be a part of the city of Ennis and we feel like there is no greater gift than the responsibility with which you have empowered us to be the herald of the news that makes a difference in all of our lives.

May you and yours enjoy a blessed season of joy and good tidings for the rest of our shortening year.

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