Travelers were greeted last Thursday, Sept. 11 with members of the Ellis County Tea Party, Texas Civil Defense patriots, and citizens waving U.S. Flags from ... Full story
Waxahachie – National Prescription Drug Take Back takes place Saturday, Sept. 27.
Joining in the effort with the Ellis County Sheriff’s Office; Waxahachie, Ennis and Ennis ...
AUSTIN — Texas Comptroller Susan Combs said today state sales tax revenue in August was $2.57 billion, up 7.5 percent compared to August 2013.
“The latest ...
Procter & Gamble's 1.4 million sq.ft. warehouse nearing completion; Giant Wilmer warehouse in to employ 500, and company's hiring
WILMER – The 1.4 million-square-foot distribution center, on the west side of Interstate 45 at Mars Road, construction, work is almost finished after more than ...
WAXAHACHIE – Ellis County Judge Carol Bush won approval for her proposed budget – which raises tax revenue by $1.8 million while at the same ...
AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety announced hydrocodone combination products have been moved from the classification of a Schedule III drug to the ...
WAXAHACHIE – In spite of the fact Monday’s regularly-scheduled meeting of the commissioners’ court fell at the time most Ellis County parents were picking their ...
AUSTIN – Ezekiel O’Neal Harris, 28, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender, is now in custody after being arrested on Aug. 13 in Ennis.
Summerfest Block Party to be held on Labor Day, Sept. 1; 2014 Buick Encore, iPad, Rangers tickets, gift cards, and more prizes to be given away
FERRIS – Shaw Creek Towne Center is hosting the Summerfest Block Party on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 1 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
This event ...
Kaufman County Judge Bruce Wood sees his involvement in judicial hearings as a key factor in county efficiency.
“It allows more time for our two County ...
Recent donation from Walton Development & Management will fund additional activities, reach
WAXAHACHIE, – The Bridges Training Foundation, a non-profit whose primary goal is to provide ...
Lancaster –Retired Lancaster Fire Chief Richard A. “Dick” Knopf passed away Saturday, Aug. 9, 2014 in the early morning.
Chief Knopf served the City of Lancaster ...
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- New USDA regulations for school food this year
- ECSO completes Labor Day DWI STEP enforcement initiative
- School provides a lot of social networking
- 4-H Food & Nutrition Project
- 'Pillows for Pets' donated to the Ellis County SPCA
- GRAND PRIZE CAR WINNER
- Welcome Back to Ferris ISD
- Sheriff congratulates Cindy Ermatinger, new district judge
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- Serving Country: Stephen A. Cribbs
- Wilmer City Council 2014
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- New city secretary on the job
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- TxDOT Launches Statewide 'Talk, Text, Crash' Summer Campaign
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- Texas Game Warden Marine Theft Team Finds Success
- $3,000 reward offered for Most Wanted sex offender
- Txtag Toll Road billing services to be easier, faster for Texans
- DPS supports national, state child protection efforts
- $7,500 reward offered for Most Wanted fugitive from Zavala County
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How did fireworks become America's Fourth of July pastime? And the rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air, gave proof through the night that our flag was still there
For as long as Americans can remember, the nation has celebrated the Fourth of July by staging grand fireworks shows in public squares and lighting ...