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   A possible solution to the serious structural problems at the city’s Valiant Pool pump room emerged after engineers recently took a look.     City Manager Shawn Burkhart called a meeting July 20 with representatives from City Hall, Bay City Aquacats and Wellness... + continue reading
08/06/2020
   Bay City ISD board members unanimously approved a three-week virtual start for all students during a special board meeting, July 30.      All students in Bay City ISD will begin the school year on Aug. 20 in the at-home virtual format for approximately three weeks.... + continue reading

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The Joe DeLoach statue “The Olympian” was placed on its pedestal and foundation Monday morning at Bay City High School, across from the new Memorial Stadium. The 6-foot-high bronze statue honors the Bay City High School graduate who was the 1988 Olympic Champion in the 200-meter race. With the granite pedestal and concrete foundation, the monument stands 11-feet, 6-inches tall. The statue was commissioned Nov. 2, 2016 by former Mayor Mark Bricker and City Council.

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Blackcat Head Football Coach Robert Jones explains the techniques he wants from offensive lineman during Monday’s start of two-a-day practices at the new Memorial Stadium. Jones is a former Blackcat player and 2000 BCHS graduate. He wants to restore Bay City’s former winning ways. For more, please see related story in Sports, Page 6.
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Dominos celebrated their new drive-thru lane with a remodel grand opening event, July 30.

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Blackcat Coach Bryan Hood works on a drill with players Monday, Aug. 3, the first day of two-a-day practices. Practice was on the new Memorial Stadium turf field.

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   Bay City High School football coaches discovered something positive from players during BCHS summer camp. “We’re already on top of this,” said Head Football Coach Robert Jones.     “Because of summer camp, we implemented all of our offense and defense schemes,” the new... + continue reading

Keith Sullivan (left) - recently sworn in as Precinct 2 Constable - is congratulated by Precinct 6 Constable Bill Orton.
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Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
The Joe DeLoach statue “The Olympian” was placed on its pedestal and foundation Monday morning at Bay City High School, across from the new Memorial Stadium. The 6-foot-high bronze statue honors the Bay City High School graduate who was the 1988 Olympic Champion in the 200-meter race. With the granite pedestal and concrete foundation, the monument stands 11-feet, 6-inches tall. The statue was commissioned Nov. 2, 2016 by former Mayor Mark Bricker and City Council.

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Blackcat Head Football Coach Robert Jones explains the techniques he wants from offensive lineman during Monday’s start of two-a-day practices at the new Memorial Stadium. Jones is a former Blackcat player and 2000 BCHS graduate. He wants to restore Bay City’s former winning ways. For more, please see related story in Sports, Page 6.
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Dominos celebrated their new drive-thru lane with a remodel grand opening event, July 30.

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   A possible solution to the serious structural problems at the city’s Valiant Pool pump room emerged after engineers recently took a look.     City Manager Shawn Burkhart... + continue reading

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
The Joe DeLoach statue “The Olympian” was placed on its pedestal and foundation Monday morning at Bay City High School, across from the new Memorial Stadium. The 6-foot-high bronze statue honors the Bay City High School graduate who was the 1988 Olympic Champion in the 200-meter race. With the granite pedestal and concrete foundation, the monument stands 11-feet, 6-inches tall. The statue was commissioned Nov. 2, 2016 by former Mayor Mark Bricker and City Council.

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Blackcat Head Football Coach Robert Jones explains the techniques he wants from offensive lineman during Monday’s start of two-a-day practices at the new Memorial Stadium. Jones is a former Blackcat player and 2000 BCHS graduate. He wants to restore Bay City’s former winning ways. For more, please see related story in Sports, Page 6.
Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell

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Blackcat Coach Bryan Hood works on a drill with players Monday, Aug. 3, the first day of two-a-day practices. Practice was on the new Memorial Stadium turf field.

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