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DPISD board condemns state report

Written by Bobby Vasquez. Posted in Schools

The Deer Park ISD Board of Trustees held its first regularly scheduled meeting Monday night. At the combined workshop and meeting, DPISD Superintendent Victor White publicly expressed his frustrations with the state’s  release of its A-F rankings earlier this month. The board also recognized several outstanding DPISD students and staff.

DP basketball take district wins Tuesday

Written by Bobby Vasquez. Posted in Sports

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Both the Deer Park boys and Lady Deer basketball teams notched wins Tuesday night over Pasadena Memorial. The Lady Deer raised its record to 8-0 in district play with a 57-21 win over the Lady Mavericks. The boys team earned its first district win of the season with a 64-63 victory.

City, school district to honor Gonzalez Friday

Written by Bobby Vasquez. Posted in Sports

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On the heels of his record-setting, award-winning football season, the city of Deer Park and Deer Park ISD will honor Zane Gonzalez at halftime of Friday night’s Deer Park boy’s basketball game against. Gonzalez, a Deer Park High School graduate, was this year’s Lou Groza award winner as college football’s top kicker while at Arizona State.

Council celebrates Malloy's 101st birthday

Written by Bobby Vasquez. Posted in Community

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At its Tuesday meeting, Deer Park City Council and Mayor Jerry Mouton provided a proclamation honoring resident Bernard Malloy for his 101st birthday.

Malloy, a Pennsylvania native, was the owner and operator of Sparky's Cleaners, a Center Street fixture for years. He was joined at the meeting by family members for the occasion.

Cat show set for Jan 28-29

Written by Staff. Posted in Community

Dozens of frisky furballs will be on hand at the 2017 Felines, Football and Fun Cat Show at the Jimmy Burke Activity Center. Cats and cat enthusiasts will participate in show competitions and vendors will be available as well. The show takes place Jan. 28-29 and tickets are $7 for adults and $3 for children.