A Word from DeSoto's Mayor Curtistene McCowan

DeSoto, TX - DeSoto Family and Friends, I want you to know that I am encouraged daily by the determination of our council, administration, staff and community leaders to work together to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.

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DeSoto Prepares For Limited Reopening Of City Facilities On Monday

DeSoto, TX - On Monday, May 18th, in conjunction with Governor Greg Abbott's plan to reopen Texas, DeSoto’s City Hall, and some other important City facilities will reopen to the public on a graduated basis.

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Suspect Wanted In Dallas Area Robbery Spree Arrested In DeSoto

DeSoto, TX - Police apprehend robbery suspect, Kadeem Xavier Reeves on Monday at a home in DeSoto.  DeSoto detectives and patrol officers coordinated the takedown of Reeves safely, the police department said in a news release.

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DeSoto ISD Receives Donation from Errol Spence Jr.

DeSoto, TX - DeSoto Independent School District is proud to announce the donation of 16,000 bottles of water for its student meal program by Unified World Champion boxer, Errol Spence Jr., one of DeSoto’s hometown sports heroes.

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DeSoto church members honor healthcare heroes

Dallas, TX - Members of a DeSoto church came together to honor healthcare workers fighting the coronavirus.  It’s always worth remembering those who are putting themselves at risk every day to defeat the coronavirus and keep people safe.

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DESOTO EDC TO PURSUE LEGAL ACTION AGAINST FORMER CEO JEREMIAH QUARLES

DeSoto, TX - On Monday, April 27th, the DeSoto Economic Development Corporation (DEDC) approved a motion directing its legal counsel, the law firm of Nichols, Jackson, Dillard, Hager & Smith, LLP, to pursue action against former DEDC Chief Executive Officer Jeremiah Quarles for monies that he was determined to have unlawfully received.

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A Word from Desoto's Mayor Curtistene McCowan

DeSoto, TX - I hope and pray you are well and taking all of the precautions — both ordered and recommended — to protect yourself and others during this COVID-19 crisis. We should all be concerned that the number of DeSoto’s positive cases continues to rise.

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‘Grow DeSoto Market Place’ Adds Virtual Shopping to Help Struggling Businesses

DeSoto, TX - A business incubator in southern Dallas County has gone virtual in an effort to help keep its tenants in business.  Grow DeSoto Market Place on E. Belt Line Road continues to be closed to in-person shopping, though many business owners are increasing their presence online.

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DeSoto Thanks COVID19 Responders with "Strings Attached," White Ribbons Going Up Around Town

DeSoto, TX - You’ve seen them popping up around the country. Beautiful white ribbons posted in front of locations where first responders, medical professionals, and frontline workers in the fight against COVID-19 carry out their missions of mercy. And now they’re in DeSoto!

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DeSoto Needs You

DeSoto, TX - The City of DeSoto is looking for residents who would like to play an important role in shaping the future of our city by applying to serve on one of the many boards, commissions, and corporations that help to run DeSoto.

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