Basic schematic drawings were presented by architects to the board Monday.

Thursday, July 19, 2018
Posted by Baycity1
Reader's rate:
0
   Bay City ISD trustees approved the implementation of the proposed standardized dress code for students during their regular meeting Monday night, July 16.    “We made a few revisions based on feedback we had from parents in the community,” Cherry Elementary Principal... + continue reading

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Bay City Tourism Director Heidi Martinez, left, and city public information officer Marissa Valentine spoke about the proposed wind farm at a county commissioners court hearing Monday, as others waited their turn.

Thursday, July 19, 2018
Posted by Baycity1
Reader's rate:
0
   A request to approve a reinvestment zone and an abatement for Peyton Creek Wind Farm was tabled after a lengthy public hearing at the Matagorda County Commissioners Court regular meeting Monday, July 16.    County Attorney Denise Fortenberry told the court the abatement... + continue reading

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Van Vleck school board recognized three recipients of the hard-earned Lone Star designation as Van Vleck Chapter FFA members at the board’s meeting Monday, July 16. The three are, from left, Tarah Dwight, Lane Elizondo and Rebeccah Harvey.

Thursday, July 19, 2018
Posted by Baycity1
Reader's rate:
0
   Van Vleck trustees took two major steps to improve school security by buying metal detectors and wands and by approving a security position for the district at the school board’s regular meeting Monday, July 16.    The board approved purchasing metal detectors and inspection... + continue reading

At right, anglers gather in the main tent Saturday afternoon for live and silent auctions.
Sentinel Photo/Mike Reddell

Thursday, July 19, 2018
Posted by Baycity1
Reader's rate:
0
   The numbers were up this year for the 2018 Texas Oilman’s Charity Invitational Fishing Tournament (TOCIFT) Thursday through Saturday, July 12-14, at Matagorda Harbor.    This year, there were 950 people participating, up from 858 people in 2017.    In addition,... + continue reading

Two shrimping trawlers fuel up at Matagorda Harbor Saturday, a day before the Gulf of Mexico commercial shrimp season began Sunday, July 15. Andrea Hance, executive director of the Texas Shrimp Association of the Texas Shrimp Association, said Sunday that about 70 percent of the state’s 140 shrimp boats will be short-handed. Most of the Texas shrimp industry’s H-2B workers come from Mexico. The cap on H-2B visas is 66,000 per fiscal year, split evenly between the first and last half of the year. With more than 200,000 applications from employers for H-2B visas this year, the cap isn’t cutting it, Hance said.
Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell

Thursday, July 19, 2018
Posted by Baycity1
Reader's rate:
0

Latest News

07/19/2018
07/19/2018
 The $41.2 million Sargent span – the swing bridge replacement project - will begin in September, but some preliminary work needs completion before then, according to Michael Zanella, project manager, for the main contractor, Irving-based Austin Bridge & Road.    Before the main... + continue reading

Home Page

More News

Basic schematic drawings were presented by architects to the board Monday.

07/19/2018 - 0 comment(s)
   Bay City ISD trustees approved the implementation of the proposed standardized dress code for students during their regular meeting Monday night, July 16.    “We made a few revisions based on feedback we had from parents in the community,” Cherry Elementary Principal... + continue reading

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Bay City Tourism Director Heidi Martinez, left, and city public information officer Marissa Valentine spoke about the proposed wind farm at a county commissioners court hearing Monday, as others waited their turn.

07/19/2018 - 0 comment(s)
   A request to approve a reinvestment zone and an abatement for Peyton Creek Wind Farm was tabled after a lengthy public hearing at the Matagorda County Commissioners Court regular meeting Monday, July 16.    County Attorney Denise Fortenberry told the court the abatement... + continue reading

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Van Vleck school board recognized three recipients of the hard-earned Lone Star designation as Van Vleck Chapter FFA members at the board’s meeting Monday, July 16. The three are, from left, Tarah Dwight, Lane Elizondo and Rebeccah Harvey.

07/19/2018 - 0 comment(s)
   Van Vleck trustees took two major steps to improve school security by buying metal detectors and wands and by approving a security position for the district at the school board’s regular meeting Monday, July 16.    The board approved purchasing metal detectors and inspection... + continue reading

Sports

Basic schematic drawings were presented by architects to the board Monday.

07/19/2018 - 0 comment(s)
   Bay City ISD trustees approved the implementation of the proposed standardized dress code for students during their regular meeting Monday night, July 16.    “We made a few... + continue reading

Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard
More than 15 women attended a 9-hole scramble contest during the Bay City Country Club's golf clinic July 13. Connie Cornman won closest to the line, Vicky Jones won the longest putt and Heidi West won closest to the pin. The class was taught by Diane Frankson and Karen Crain with plans to hold another clinic in August. For more information, call Eddie Simpson-Kocurek at 979-245-3963.

19/07/18 - 0 comment(s)

At right, anglers gather in the main tent Saturday afternoon for live and silent auctions.
Sentinel Photo/Mike Reddell

19/07/18 - 0 comment(s)

Matagorda life Extension Office's family and community health agent Gabrielle “Gabby” Washington led a "Kid's Yoga" event at the Bay City Public Library July 13. The event was part of the library's youth summer program.
Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard

19/07/18 - 0 comment(s)