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Pet of the Week – Count Catula – November 20, 2017

Little Red 4 years DOB: 10/02/2013 Size: Small Weight: 6 lbs Domestic Shorthair – Orange Tabby Pet of the Week Adoption Fee: $25 (What a PAWSome price!) Thanksgiving and Christmas are right around the corner, and boy do we have the perfect cat for you –  our Little Red is ready to help you with […]

Roy O. Baker, age 75, was born January 11, 1942 in Strong, Arkansas to his parents, Katie Lee and William R. Baker. He passed away November 19, 2017, surrounded by his loving family. Roy is survived by his loving wife, Debbie Baker; daughter, Shawn Dell Wildman and her husband, Owen; son, Scott Baker and his […]

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AUSTIN – As Texans prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding motorists to make safety a priority and to enjoy the holiday weekend responsibly. “Thanksgiving should be a time of celebration with family and friends, and we are encouraging everyone to take some simple but potentially life-saving steps […]

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The Longhorns recorded the most points in a single match since 135 vs. Centenary on December 12, 2000 texassports.com – No. 2 Texas Women’s Basketball (3-0) defeated UTSA (1-3), 120-70, at the Frank Erwin Center on Friday evening, scoring the third-most points in a single game in program history. “I think when you start season and […]

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NORMAN, Okla. (SMU) – The Mustangs mounted a second-half comeback on Friday night against No. 21 Oklahoma but came up short, falling 87-75. After trailing by as many as 16 points just before halftime, SMU (1-2) cut the Sooner lead down to just three points at the midway point of the fourth quarter. However, the Mustangs […]

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The Duncanville Panthers varsity basketball team were edged out by Katy Tompkins Falcons 59-54 in the Gold Division championship game at the McDonald’s Texas Invitational. Duncanville held a five-point lead starting the fourth period before the Falcons went on a 9-0 run to take the lead, holding onto it for the rest of the game. […]

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Sophomore Hanna Gusters Named MVP Capturing their third straight McDonald’s Texas Invitational Tournament Championship should not have been an easy task, but the Duncanville Pantherettes sure made it look that way. The Pantherettes made short work of Converse Judson in the Gold Division championship game by defeating Converse Judson 52-40. The 32-point victory surpassed the […]

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Ferenc “Fred” Varga, age 91, was born June 13, 1926, in Hungary to his parents, Terezia and Sandor Varga. He passed away November 18, 2017. Fred was preceded in death by his loving wife, Maria Varga and his son, Ferenc Varga, Jr. Fred is survived by his three daughters, Marika Olson and her husband, Darren, […]

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Reba Singleton, age 90, was born June 24, 1927 in Sabana, TX, to her parents, Ethel and Joseph Wilson. She passed away November 17, 2017 surrounded by her loving family. Reba is survived by her loving husband, Steve Singleton. Visitation with the family is from 6-8 pm, Monday, November 20, 2017, at Jaynes Memorial Chapel. […]

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Duncanville – Duncanville dominated Killeen Ellison in all phases of the game on Friday night to claim the Bi-District title with a 62-0 victory at DHS Panther Stadium. With special teams claiming the game’s first touchdown with Karien Howard returning a punt for 69-yards, two field goals by kicker Josh Delgado (21-yards and 35-yards), the […]

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