After months of research and photo editing, ringleader and historian, Zoe Todd and graphic designer Liz Applegate have produced a Family Tree display of the William and Katherine Ennis Family. The tree features photos of William Ennis, Katherine Shriver, and their children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
After months of virtual-only public invites to their monthly meetings the Ennis Town Commission is now back to public in-person sessions. The commission will continue to offer their gatherings virtually, as well as posting them to YouTube. Here is the run-down on their latest meeting held April 8.
Spring is finally in full swing – varsity softball season is officially underway. The Ennis girls’ team took on Anaconda on April 1 in a home game that ended in a ‘W’ for the Lady Mustangs with a score of 4-0.
The Ennis Town Commission held their regular monthly meeting on March 11. Here’s a recap of what was discussed during the two-hour session.
Pollinator gardens to be planted
In an effort to better reflect their garden’s relationship with the Ennis area, community gardeners in Jeffers have renamed their prized plot and market to the Community Garden and Market for Greater Ennis.
Veggies, baked goods and crafts, oh my! A new farmers market is coming to Ennis starting Saturday, May 1.
The month of March is an especially appropriate time to consider the life of one of Madison County’s early residents and founding fathers, William Ennis. William was the sixth of eleven children born to John and Mary Ennis; who had emigrated to Ireland from Scotland. William was born on St.
Ennis Town Commissioners met with architecture, engineering and design firm Cushing Terrell on Feb. 18 to kick off the development of a master plan for the community. The eight-month process began with a lengthy discussion on which issues the commission felt need to be addressed.
Three developers met with the Ennis Town Commission on Feb. 9 to discuss their proposals for development plans in the town. Nothing concrete was decided at the nearly three-hour zoning-intensive meeting, which served as more of a “getting to know each other” gathering for the developers and commissioners.
The Ennis School Board narrowed the district’s search for an architect to design its high school’s expansion down to three firms at their February meeting.