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DHS Volleyball 7-1 in District 7-6A

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DHS Volleyball dropped their first district match in a 3-0 loss to South Grand Prairie this past Tuesday night, giving the Panthers a 7-1 record in district 7-6A. The Panthers are 18-8 for the season and sit in second place in 7-6A, behind SGP. In third place is DeSoto, and Duncanville downed the Eagles in early […]

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Lady Patriots Volleyball Fall Short at TWU

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DBUPatriots.com – The Lady Patriots went five sets against Texas Woman’s. TWU go out to a two set lead and were looking at a sweep until DBU found its rhythm. The Lady Patriots fell short but it was not because of lack of out or persistence. DBU fought hard behind a strong performance by Sophomore […]

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DBU Hockey Improves to 7-0 With Sweep of UNT

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Dallas Baptist University Athletics – The DBU Hockey team continued their undefeated streak with a sweep of the University of North Texas this past weekend with scores of 4-1 on Friday night and 11-5 on Saturday afternoon. The Patriots have outscored their opponents 51-21 on the year and are averaging 7.3 goals per game.  Freshman, […]

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All Texas Pink Plates to Support Breast Cancer Awareness this October

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Austin, TX – Most people nowadays are aware that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and as a result, we see a lot of Pink Ribbons displayed during this time of year. Unfortunately, the risks and impact of breast cancer are not limited to a single month of the year. Breast Cancer doesn’t discriminate: it is […]

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How Did That Company Get My Info?

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by Amy Hebert Consumer Education Specialist, FTC Federal Trade Commission – Are you getting calls or emails from a company you’ve never heard of? Wondering how they got your name or number — or how they know what you’re interested in? The reason might be lead generation. Here’s what you need to know. What’s lead generation? […]

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Mosquito Spraying Scheduled for West Little Area

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City of Duncanville – In the city’s continued effort against the West Nile Virus, the City of Duncanville has authorized the Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) to conduct ground spraying against mosquitos on Thursday, September 29 and Sunday, October 2 in the E. Little area (south of Wheatland Rd., west of Hwy. 67, east of […]

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Duncanville Police Looking for Aggravated Assault Suspect

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The Duncanville Police Department is requesting the public’s help in identifying and locating an aggravated assault suspect from an incident that happened on Sunday, Sept., 25, just before 2 a.m. in the 300 block of South Cedar Ridge Drive. A black male suspect was reportedly involved in a disturbance outside of Greedy’s Sports Bar, located […]

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Nick Wilson December 2, 1943 – September 22, 2016

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During the early morning hours of September 22, 2016, Nick Booker Taleferio Wilson, Jr., 72, of Cedar Hill, Texas, died peacefully in his sleep at home after a five year journey with cancer. He was born December 2, 1943 in Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, the son of Booker Taleferio Wilson, Sr. and Rose Yet Keau […]

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DHS Photography Students Make Finals in National Press Competition

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Two Duncanville High School photography students were named as finalists in the ‘Picture of the Year’ competition run by the National Scholastic Press Association for 2015-2016. Senior Alexis Rosebrock’s photo is a finalist in the news category and 2016 graduate Cynthia Rangel has qualifiers in the Sports Action and Sports Reaction categories. Winners will be […]

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Deadline Approaching to Apply for Free or Reduced Meals

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Duncanville ISD – Students and families are running out of time to apply for free or reduced meals for this school year. The deadline to apply is October 5. Parents who receive Federal Government Assistance (SNAP OR TANF) must have their EDG# (eligibility group number) on hand when applying. Fill out the application. Please call Duncanville ISD […]

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