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District and All Schools Received Highest TEA Rating

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 […]

DALLAS – Influenza season is fast approaching and Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) is now offering the seasonal flu vaccine for adults. Residents can get the flu shot at 2377 N Stemmons Freeway in Dallas, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The cost is $20 and if the adult is covered by Medicare, the vaccine […]

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by Corey Thompson, Executive Director | Tri-City Animal Shelter This past weekend was a nationwide adoption event called Clear the Shelters. When I walked into Tri-City Animal Shelter on Saturday morning, more than 30 staff and volunteers were huddled up getting last minute instructions before opening the doors. Outside, there was a line all the way […]

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Duncanville ISD – Forty years after the first Acton Elementary School was built, students and staff of Acton Elementary School will host a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the official opening of their brand new campus. The design of the new building was created with input from teachers, staff and members of the Community Bond […]

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The Duncanville Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a robbery suspect. The robbery occurred on August 13 at the Chevron convenience store located at 103 S. Cedar Ridge Drive. The police department released a picture collage taken from security cameras, and the video from the store’s security system. Please contact Detective […]

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Duncanville – Four Duncanville police officers received commendations for their on-duty courageous efforts and outstanding work during an incident on July 4, 2017. Officers Patrick Deggs and Robert Byrd initiated a routine traffic stop near Joe Wilson Road and the East Highway 67 Service Road with a driver and passenger occupying the vehicle. The driver […]

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Austin – As we embark on the new school year, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) cautions Texans to watch for children who are walking to and from school or waiting for buses. Drivers should be especially alert and careful around school buses – which make frequent stops – and always follow traffic laws […]

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