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Collegiate Academy Student Chooses Both Academics & Sports

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Duncanville ISD – Kaleb Berry has lived in Duncanville for 10 years, but he has never attended a Duncanville ISD school until now. He is one of 126 students who make up the inaugural class of Duncanville High School’s Collegiate Academy. For seven years, Kaleb attended private school. For the past three years, he was […]

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Duncanville Fire Department Receives Donation from Duncanville American Legion Post 81

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City of Duncanville – American Legion Post 81 Commander Don Bartlett presented the Duncanville Fire Department with $2,150 on Tuesday, August 29. Fire Inspector Pam McAllister, Assistant Fire Chief Greg Chase, and members from the department were in attendance to receive the check. The donation will send four children to Parkland Burn Camp, I-Thonka-Chi, and […]

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Pet of the Week – Axel – September 4, 2017

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Axel 3 Years DOB: 08/16/2014 Size: Medium Weight: 10 lbs Domestic Shorthair Pet of the Week Adoption Fee: $25 (What a PAWSome price!) Clear the Shelters has come and gone, but unfortunately for Axel (and fortunately for you!) he’s still waiting for his fur-ever home. Incredulous! Axel is a lovely cat that has already been […]

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Panthers Pound Plano East 42-24

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The Duncanville Panthers firmly maintained their grasp and their position as one of the top area 6A teams with a 42-24 drumming of Plano East on Friday night. Duncanville scored on all five of their first half possessions, taking a 35-7 lead at the half. Senior Keilon Elder set the tone for the night, on […]

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Duncanville Fire Department Deploys Engine Crew to Assist with Hurricane Harvey

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Duncanville – Four Duncanville firefighters are assisting with disaster relief from Hurricane Harvey. The Fire Department has deployed an engine crew consisting of Captain David Leath, Driver/Engineer Steven Hatley, FF/PM Ken Carmona and FF/PM Dan Kendall to assist with emergency services in Montgomery County. The Duncanville crew will be merging with emergency crews from the […]

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FTC Advice for Helping Hurricane Harvey Victims

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The Federal Trade Commission has information for people who want to help Hurricane Harvey victims, and for those who are dealing with and recovering from, its long-term effects. In addition to the important tips and advice below, they can find more at www.FTC.gov/weatheremergencies. Wise giving after the storm If you’re looking for a way to give, […]

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ERCOT Prepares for Hurricane Harvey

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AUSTIN – The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) has issued a weather-related watch in preparation for Hurricane Harvey, which is expected to make landfall late Friday night or early Saturday morning. ERCOT anticipates the hurricane may cause damage to infrastructure from high-speed wind, along with significant flooding in the South, South Central and Coastal weather zones in the ERCOT […]

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Ray Reyes Jr. May 20, 1954 – August 21, 2017

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Ray Reyes Jr. was granted his angel wings on Monday, August 21, 2017, after battling renal cell carcinoma. He was born in Dallas, TX on May 20, 1954. He graduated from Cedar Hill High School. Ray was a loving husband, father, brother, uncle, and friend. He spent many years serving the Lord as a CCD […]

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Gary E. Whale August 15, 1952 – August 20, 2017

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Gary Edward Whale, 65, left us on August 20, 2017, with his larger-than-life personality for an eternally joyous adventure in Heaven. Born on August 15, 1952, to Dolores and Guy Whale, Gary graduated from Kimball High School in 1971. Whale then went on to play football at Kilgore College as one of the team’s starting […]

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District and All Schools Received Highest TEA Rating

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Duncanville Independent School District and all schools received the highest possible rating from Texas Education Agency (TEA). The scores are a result of the 2016-2017 STAAR test results. The district’s PACE High School received a ‘Met Alternative Standard’ rating. The district also showed growth in the area of college and career readiness, demonstrating that Duncanville […]

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