Funeral Procession Set For DeSoto Mayor Curtistene McCowan, Public Invited To Bid FarewellThe Mayor’s funeral will begin at 11:00 a.m. at the Kirkwood Temple CME Church in Dallas and her procession is expected to begin approximately one to two hours later.
Visitation And Funeral Services Announced For DeSoto Mayor Curtistene Smith McCowanDeSoto Mayor Curtistene Smith McCowan died October 28, on Saturday details were announced on her visitation and funeral services.
DeSoto Honors Memory Of Mayor Curtistene McCowan Lowering City Flags, Wearing RedDeSoto City Manager Brandon Wright ordered that all City of DeSoto flags be flown at half-staff beginning at 10:30 a.m., Thursday, October 29 until sunset on Sunday, November 1.
DeSoto Mayor Curtistene Smith McCowan Passes Away At 72 After Battling Lung CancerMayor McCowan announced she was fighting the disease during a city council meeting earlier this month.
DeSoto Honors Fallen Heroes With Solemnity And Social Distancing On Memorial DayDonning masks and practicing social distancing, folks in DeSoto came together at the city's Military Memorial for a Remembrance Ceremony on Memorial Day.
DeSoto Hires M. Reneé Johnson As Interim City ManagerJohnson will fill the vacancy being created by the departure of long time City Manager Dr. Tarron J. Richardson, who is moving to Charlottesville, Virginia, to be their next City Manager.
DeSoto Cancels Holiday Parade For Football GameThe high school team has a big playoff game Saturday. So city leaders in the Southern Dallas County suburb decided the holiday parade, also scheduled for Saturday, will have to wait.
DeSoto Closes Temporary Shelters, Directs Residents To Red Cross LocationThe local Red Cross shelter is at Red Oak Middle School (154 Louise Ritter Blvd.).