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10/18/2018
   Following an hour in closed session, Bay City ISD trustees unanimously approved two Chapter 313 appraised value limitation applications from Peyton Creek Wind Farm, LLC and Air Liquide Large Industries U.S. during their regular Monday meeting, Oct. 15.    Peyton Creek Wind... + continue reading
10/18/2018
   Candidates for local, state and federal offices spoke to an estimated 100 people at the candidate forum sponsored by VFW Post 2438 and Auxiliary Monday night, Oct. 15.    The candidates gave opening remarks about the office they’re seeking and their backgrounds.  ... + continue reading

Winners of the annual Bay City Lions Club Rice Festival Parade were announced last week and each winner received a ribbon and plaque. The top first place winners in each category are: commercial winners Sunshine and Rainbows and non-commercial winners Las Familias Unidas. Not pictured is first place winners of the marching category: Bay City High School Blackcat Band.
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The 2018 Bay City High School Homecoming Queen is Itzell Gonzales and Anthony Perry is this year’s King. The two were crowned before the Blackcat-Fulshear football game last Friday, Oct. 12.

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Matagorda Day events were for all ages and featured fajita and margarita making contest, Saturday, Oct. 13. The young girl, above, painted and covered her miniature pumpkin with glitter for the pumpkin decorating contest. Other activities included bounce houses, apple bobbing, hat making, and a hoop toss.

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Matagorda County Sheriff’s Department observed Breast Cancer Awareness Month with staff members attired in pink Monday, Oct. 15. Pictured are, from left, Cheryl Woodard, Doug Pruitt, Terri Bell-Knight, Randy Worthey,Sheriff Skipper Osborne, Norma Douget, Stephanie Irwin, Robert Thompson, Bennie Lewis, James Orr and Courtney Harvey.
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Blackcat junior running back RJ Mitchell stiff arms a Fulshear defender in last Friday’s homecoming game that Bay City won 49-42. Mitchell had 172 yards rushing.

Thursday, October 18, 2018
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   Bay City will take on the Brazosport Exporters in District 13-4A-1 action there Friday night.    Kickoff will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, at Hopper Field in Freeport.    Bay City (3-4, 2-1) after its double-overtime victory over Fulshear is in third place in... + continue reading

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Winners of the annual Bay City Lions Club Rice Festival Parade were announced last week and each winner received a ribbon and plaque. The top first place winners in each category are: commercial winners Sunshine and Rainbows and non-commercial winners Las Familias Unidas. Not pictured is first place winners of the marching category: Bay City High School Blackcat Band.
Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard

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Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
The 2018 Bay City High School Homecoming Queen is Itzell Gonzales and Anthony Perry is this year’s King. The two were crowned before the Blackcat-Fulshear football game last Friday, Oct. 12.

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Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard
Matagorda Day events were for all ages and featured fajita and margarita making contest, Saturday, Oct. 13. The young girl, above, painted and covered her miniature pumpkin with glitter for the pumpkin decorating contest. Other activities included bounce houses, apple bobbing, hat making, and a hoop toss.

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Blackcat junior running back RJ Mitchell stiff arms a Fulshear defender in last Friday’s homecoming game that Bay City won 49-42. Mitchell had 172 yards rushing.

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   Bay City will take on the Brazosport Exporters in District 13-4A-1 action there Friday night.    Kickoff will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, at Hopper Field in Freeport.... + continue reading

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Bay City High School swept both the boys’ and girls’ Cross Country district titles at the District Meet on October 11th at the OXEA/Celanese golf course in Bay City. Varsity Ladycats finishing in the top ten were: Julianne K 1st; Itzell M 2nd; Victoria M 3rd; Destyni F 4th; and Abigail G 9th. Varsity Blackcats finishing in the top ten were: Raheem K 1st; Ramiro V 2nd; Alex M 6th; and Antonio S 8th.In the Junior Varsity division, the JV Ladycats finished in third place overall, and the Blackckat JV squad finished first. JV Ladycats who finished in the top ten in their division were: Isabella D 5th, and Layla L 9th. JV Blackcats in the top ten were: Muti S 1st; Leo Q 3rd; Damien G 4th; Manuel D 5th; Marcos L 6th; Efrain R 7th; and Erick D 9th. BCHS Cross Country head coach is Zerrick Vriseno, and assistant coach is Gabbie Wertz.

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Clay Ford, Josh Zarate and Zach Pierce brought home the buckles in the Junior Steer Saddling at the Matagorda County Bull Blast. Brett Lawrence was Rodeo Chairman and Matthew Klepac, Rodeo Co-Chairman.

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