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It’s a family affair. Davies’ daughter Reagan helps her dad create the desks. PHOTO COURTESY DENNIS DAVIES

Going nuts for young learners

Nutty Montanan owner Dennis Davies will be the first to admit he’s got neither the time nor the money to take on his most recent project – building and giving away desks for any kid that needs one, “But my intuition tells me I should be doing this,” he said, with 10 desks completed on only his third day into the project.

Ennis High School’s 2018 homecoming king and queen Clay Coffman and Logan Crowley at the homecoming football game on Friday night, September 7. Other nominees for king and queen were Jourdain Klein, Dillon Williams, Whitney McKitrick, Rusty Lucas, Joree Hokanson, and Kyle Lohrenz. (R. Colyer photos)

A tropical homecoming

ENNIS—Balmy late-summer weather matched Ennis High School’s homecoming theme of a tropical luau: parade floats on Friday, September 7 featured palm trees, leis and water guns on an 80-degree afternoon.

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