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Freshman Tennis Phenom Makes State Tournament

Duncanville ISD – At barely 15 years old and just 5-feet-2-inches tall, Daniela Patron-Castillo accomplished something this year that has rarely been done at Duncanville High School – qualified for the State Tennis Tournament. Daniela is only the fourth player to do so in DHS history. “She is a great player because of her tenacity […]

Duncanville ISD – Enrique Garcia’s face lights up when he talks about where he’ll be going to college next fall. The Duncanville High School senior had his choice of Ivy League schools; he chose Cornell University. Enrique believes if he can do it, so can other DHS students. “I don’t want my classmates to be […]

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The slate of city offices includes Councilmembers to represent At-Large, District 1, District 3 and District 5. All registered voters in the City of Duncanville will have the opportunity to vote for the At-Large position. Registered voters residing in Districts 1, 3, and 5 will also have an opportunity to vote for their respective candidates. […]

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Duncanville Pantherettes coach Cathy Self-Morgan is one of two coaches chosen this year to receive the national Gatorade Coaching Excellence Award. “Coach Self-Morgan exemplifies what we look for when we select the Gatorade Coaching Excellence Award winners – she is dedicated, selfless and a true inspiration to her team,” Gatorade spokesman Jeff Kearney said in […]

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Arthritis Foundation’s North Texas Walk to Cure Arthritis Raises Funds for a Cure More than a thousand walkers are supporting the Arthritis Foundation’s mission to cure arthritis and help people with arthritis live a full life by participating in the 2017 Walk to Cure Arthritis on Saturday, May 13th at Oak Point Park Amphitheater in […]

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Harold Raymond “Rusty” Pope age 69, passed away at home on April 21, 2017 in Dallas, Texas. Born September 6, 1947 in Marshall, Texas, he is a lifelong resident of Dallas, Texas. Survivors include: Wife, Barbara J. Willig Pope; Sons- James Bever and Jason White; Daughters: Amy Muse, Wendy Canales, Kellie Fenton, and LeighAnne Whiteman; […]

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Here are a few memories from Susie to all of David’s friends and family who loved him and will miss him dearly and profoundly. David had a true affection for animals. He loved all animals, great and small. He especially loved his beloved wonder dog, Shadow. Shadow was a happy dog who sincerely loved little […]

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Josephine L. King, age 100, was born in Womack, TX, to her parents, Annie and Henry Anz. She passed away April 22, 2017. Josephine was preceded in death by her parents; her loving husband, Marshall King; and 10 siblings. She is survived by her two daughters, Delores Rawlings and her husband, Arthur and Marsha Wallace […]

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Theresa Marie “Nanny” Callahan Tyner moved with her husband and children to Cedar Hill from Oak Cliff, Dallas, Texas in 1957. She lived on the line between Cedar Hill and Duncanville as their small family grew until her home going April 19, 2017. She passed peacefully there in her favorite chair. She was 85. Theresa […]

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Duncanville ISD – Duncanville High School SkillsUSA students who advanced from district competitions recently competed in various state contests in Corpus Christi. Four students earned scores at the state contest that have qualified them for the National SkillsUSA contest in Louisville, Kentucky in June. View results from the state competition here. Congratulations to the following […]

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