Just call Waxahachie by its new nickname – C10ville USA – when the more than 1,000 C10 pickups registered for the fifth annual C10s in the Park show up for this weekend’s event.
The Ellis County Office of Emergency Management, in association with the city of Midlothian, is hosting its annual Preparedness Fair from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Midlothian ISD Multi-Purpose Stadium.
The Waxahachie City Council approved the 2019-2020 budget totaling $44,985,780 Monday night along with voting to keep the property tax rate the same at $0.68 per $100 valuation.
Waxahachie police officers met with residents to have a conversation on topics ranging from law enforcement to family, hobbies and other interests, during a Coffee with a Cop event held Monday at Starbucks.
More than 3,000 nonprofits have registered from across North Texas for the 10th annual North Texas Giving Day, which will collect online donations from 10 a.m.-11 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19.
Here are photo galleries from the Waxahachie Indians vs. Marcus Marauders varsity football game, a home game for the Indians at Lumpkins Stadium on Friday, Sept. 13.
For Midlothian actor Todd Terry, the starring role in the new Amazon Prime series “Vindication” has given him the chance to share his faith and passion for acting with a worldwide audience. Vindication is a new faith-based crime drama that follows Terry’s character, Detective Travis. As Trav…
For more than 40 years, the Moreno family has called 501 Gibson St. home. It has been a place where Pete and Guadalupe Moreno raised their three daughters, shared special moments and made a lifetime of memories.
Waxahachie ISD, as part of its continued commitment to increasing safety and security on campuses, is rolling out the tip411 anonymous tip system.
The United Way of West Ellis County has been selected from among more than 100 applications to receive an award for new books that will expand its mission of supporting local reading programs.
The Ellis County Sheriff’s Office’s Criminal Investigations Division is seeking the public’s assistance with information of the whereabouts of Ray Earl Armstrong, 56.
In this week's edition of The Ag Report, host John Paul Dineen III is joined by his wife Heather (The Yellow Farmhouse), Scott Osiier (owner, BC Seasonings & Rubs) and Jim Dockins, president of the Downtown Waxahachie Farmers Market. The group announces the startup of a new winter farmer…
DALLAS – Hundreds of first responders from across the globe lined the streets of Dallas on Saturday morning to pay tribute to their comrades who lost their lives during the terrorist attacks Sept. 11, 2001.
After more than 26 years of service to the city, public works director Jeff Chambers is putting away his hardhat and safety vest for good. Chambers’ career with the city was celebrated during a reception upon his retirement Friday.
On Thursday, Congressman Ron Wright visited the WHS Career & Technical Education wing with his D.C. staff. Wright represents the sixth district of Texas, which serves the southeast Dallas/Fort Worth area, plus part of Tarrant County and Ellis and Navarro counties.
The Indian Trail Chapter, Texas Master Naturalists, will meet Monday, Sept. 23, in the family life center at First United Methodist Church, 505 W. Marvin Ave., Waxahachie. The community is invited to attend.
Concerns were expressed by several residents over the proposed tax rate and the proposed budget during the Sept. 3 Waxahachie City Council meeting. The tax rate and the budget are set to be voted on by the council at its Sept. 16 meeting and would go into effect Oct. 1.
Here are photo galleries from the Waxahachie Indians vs. Mesquite Poteet Pirates varsity football game, a home game for the Indians at Lumpkins Stadium on Friday, Sept. 6.
Shopping local just became a little easier with the latest development at the Downtown Waxahachie Farmers Market. The market will test a new winter season that will start Nov. 2, once the regular season closes in October.
Have you ever been walking around Waxahachie or Ellis County and seen a red hat bobbing in the crowd while you’re out running errands or having a meal? Chances are you have encountered a member of the Red Hat Society.
The new location of Cancun’s Ameri-Mex Restaurant is something that would make singer Jimmy Buffett proud with its palm tree-lined exterior and relaxed atmosphere inside. Cancun’s is putting the final touches on the building, where it is set to open by the end of the month.
The Ellis County Emergency Management Office is hosting its annual Emergency Management Fair from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Midlothian ISD Multipurpose Stadium, 1800 S. 14th St.
EDITOR’S NOTE: The “We Were Soldiers Once” profiles are researched and written by Perry Giles, one of the founding members of the Ellis County Veterans Day Appreciation Committee. Giles’ columns are written in first person based on information compiled from newspaper articles, letters from h…
The opportunity to learn through the Waxahachie Lighthouse for Learning Community Education Program is here again. Registration has begun and classes start Monday, Sept. 23.The classes listed below begin in September, with hundreds of online learning classes also available.
Each year, a ceremony is held recognizing Texas Ag Memorial Day at the state Capitol in Austin. The Ag Report hosts John Paul III and Heather Dineen talk about the significance of the memorial ceremony in this week's edition, including how people can nominate their loved ones who have passed.
The city of Waxahachie announced Tuesday that, over the course of the next few days, inspection crews will conduct a physical survey of a portion of the sanitary sewer system.
Is it even possible to imagine more than five dozen flavors of popcorn? In fact, that many and more flavors will soon be offered with the opening of Jordan E’s Popcorn & Candy Co. in historic downtown Waxahachie.
Cancer in its many different forms has affected lives across the community. From family to friends, co-workers and neighbors, it reaches across the spectrum.
Donations are being accepted for the annual Constitution Day Project sponsored by the Ellis County Republican Women. This is the 11th year the club will provide pocket-sized copies of the U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence to around 3,000 fifth-graders across Ellis County.
Honoring the lives that have come before and the legacy they have left behind is the goal behind Texas Agricultural Memorial Day. Applications are being accepted for this year’s ceremony that will take place Thursday, Nov. 21, in Austin.
A new Alzheimer’s Association support group for caregivers is available in Ellis County. Headed up by Jennifer Keathly, the group meets at 4 p.m. the first Monday of every month at the offices of Texas Premier Realty North Central Texas, 100 N.E. Main St., Suite B, Ennis.