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09/17/2020
   Matagorda County Commissioners Court unanimously approved an order limiting the weight and establishing rules of certain heavy-haul vehicles on county roads during their regular meeting Monday, Sept. 14.     “This will give us a little bite in our pockets for heavy load... + continue reading

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Matagorda Bay Foundation Executive Director Bill Balboa, far right, guided a presentation in Palacios last Saturday about the foundation’s promising efforts to close on Dog Island - once part of the Colorado River delta that’s been cut off - and preserve its resources.

Thursday, September 17, 2020
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   The Matagorda Bay Foundation is working to preserve more than 1,000 coastal habitat acreage that once was part of the Colorado River delta.    Foundation Executive Director Bill Balboa led a discussion about Dog Island at a Footprints on the Bay at Palacios’ City by the Sea... + continue reading

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced City of Bay City achieved specific transparency goals through the Comptroller’s Transparency Stars program. The city received a star in the area of Traditional Finances. Shown, from left, are City Council members Bill Cornman, Jason Childers and Julie Estlinbaum, Finance Director Scotty Jones, Senior Accountant Jennifer Leverett displaying the award with Mayor Robert Nelson, City Manager Shawna Burkhart, and Council members Becca Sitz and Brent Marceaux.
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Blackcat senior runningback Davieyon Curtis (7) eyes a Wharton defender as he picks up ground around end. Curtis was Bay City’s leading rusher with 123 yards.

Thursday, September 17, 2020
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   Bay City Blackcats had trouble pulling free of Wharton – and shaking off 121 penalty yards - but prevailed in a 42-31 victory over the Tigers there Friday night, Sept. 11.       “It was a great game for the fans but hard on the coaches and players but I tip my hat... + continue reading

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A group of Matagorda County employees and bystanders took a moment of silence to observe the 9/11 tragedy Friday, Sept. 11 at the Matagorda County Courthouse. This year's courthouse display featured a "United We Stand" banner and flags donated for the occasion by Bobby Head.

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The Matagorda Trump Boat Parade 2020 took place along the Colorado River Saturday, drawing thousands of supporters on shore and on board the vessels of different sizes and the multitude of flags promoting Trump.

Thursday, September 10, 2020
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Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Matagorda Bay Foundation Executive Director Bill Balboa, far right, guided a presentation in Palacios last Saturday about the foundation’s promising efforts to close on Dog Island - once part of the Colorado River delta that’s been cut off - and preserve its resources.

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   The Matagorda Bay Foundation is working to preserve more than 1,000 coastal habitat acreage that once was part of the Colorado River delta.    Foundation Executive Director Bill Balboa led a discussion about Dog Island at a Footprints on the Bay at Palacios’ City by the Sea... + continue reading

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced City of Bay City achieved specific transparency goals through the Comptroller’s Transparency Stars program. The city received a star in the area of Traditional Finances. Shown, from left, are City Council members Bill Cornman, Jason Childers and Julie Estlinbaum, Finance Director Scotty Jones, Senior Accountant Jennifer Leverett displaying the award with Mayor Robert Nelson, City Manager Shawna Burkhart, and Council members Becca Sitz and Brent Marceaux.
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Blackcat senior runningback Davieyon Curtis (7) eyes a Wharton defender as he picks up ground around end. Curtis was Bay City’s leading rusher with 123 yards.

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   Bay City Blackcats had trouble pulling free of Wharton – and shaking off 121 penalty yards - but prevailed in a 42-31 victory over the Tigers there Friday night, Sept. 11.       “It was a great game for the fans but hard on the coaches and players but I tip my hat... + continue reading

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   Wellness Matagorda guided representatives of BCISD, MRMC and Matagorda County through the feasibility study for the proposed aquatics Center project last week.    The... + continue reading

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Blackcat senior runningback Davieyon Curtis (7) eyes a Wharton defender as he picks up ground around end. Curtis was Bay City’s leading rusher with 123 yards.

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Leopard Hayden Pena (7) gains ground wide against Industrial Friday.

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Tidehaven choirs performed a pre-game ceremony prior to the Tidehaven-Palacios game last Friday, Sept. 11, to honor first responders from Midfield and Markham, and sang the National Anthem.

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