Bay City ISD Athletic Director Lupe Florez leads current Blackcat football players and members of the Lil' Cats team with their display of the flag during the 2nd Annual Veterans Appreciation Parade, Saturday, Nov. 11. Veterans from every conflict between WWII and current military operations were cheered for during the parade.
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   “Christmas around the Square” officially kicks off the holiday season downtown from 5-9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, and 1-5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 19.    “Merchants will be open late,” said Main Street Co-Director Pattie Odom.    “Some merchants will have Christmas open... + continue reading

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Out of 38 Microsoft Office Specialist certificates earned at Bay City High School, Robert Bustos, right, was the only student to pass Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access Microsoft Office Specialist for his certification. Bustos' accomplishments were awarded during the BCISD trustees' "Celebration of Excellence" Tuesday Night. Dr. Diane Farrar joined Bustos for a photo after presenting him with his award.

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 Bay City school trustees unanimously approved the $39,743,505 million guaranteed maximum price to construct the new Bay City Junior High campus during their meeting Tuesday night.    “This bid is actually lower than we expected,” said Mike Weaver with construction managers, Cuero-... + continue reading

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The baker and his wife a run in with the witch during the beginning of "Into the Woods." "Into the Woods" is the first production to feature students from both Van Vleck and Tidehaven high schools. From left: the baker, Micha Martinez; his wife, Jana Steen and the witch, Angel Hanzik.

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   With over 500 audience members in three days, the first-ever joint production between Van Vleck and Tidehaven high school drama departments is counted as a success.    The adventure started with a conversation between Tidehaven’s drama director Darve smith and his wife Gena... + continue reading

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Blackcat junior quarterback Dylan Davidson (2) scrambles against El Campo.

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   Bay City Blackcats had a shortened time frame to prepare for its bi-district playoff against Houston Yates Thursday after a disappointing 42-14 loss to rival El Campo last Friday night.    Bay City (6-3, 3-3) finished third in District 12-4A-1 play, behind first-place El... + continue reading

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   FEMA will close its Disaster Recovery Center Friday, after the federal assistance agency set up after Hurricane Harvey struck the Texas Coast Aug. 25.    FEMA’s work in Matagorda County, as in other coastal counties affected by the hurricane, has been done in phases over the... + continue reading
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Bay City ISD Athletic Director Lupe Florez leads current Blackcat football players and members of the Lil' Cats team with their display of the flag during the 2nd Annual Veterans Appreciation Parade, Saturday, Nov. 11. Veterans from every conflict between WWII and current military operations were cheered for during the parade.
Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell

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   “Christmas around the Square” officially kicks off the holiday season downtown from 5-9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, and 1-5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 19.    “Merchants will be open late,” said Main Street Co-Director Pattie Odom.    “Some merchants will have Christmas open... + continue reading

Sentinel photo/Jessoca Shepard
Out of 38 Microsoft Office Specialist certificates earned at Bay City High School, Robert Bustos, right, was the only student to pass Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access Microsoft Office Specialist for his certification. Bustos' accomplishments were awarded during the BCISD trustees' "Celebration of Excellence" Tuesday Night. Dr. Diane Farrar joined Bustos for a photo after presenting him with his award.

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 Bay City school trustees unanimously approved the $39,743,505 million guaranteed maximum price to construct the new Bay City Junior High campus during their meeting Tuesday night.    “This bid is actually lower than we expected,” said Mike Weaver with construction managers, Cuero-... + continue reading

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Blackcat junior quarterback Dylan Davidson (2) scrambles against El Campo.

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   Bay City Blackcats had a shortened time frame to prepare for its bi-district playoff against Houston Yates Thursday after a disappointing 42-14 loss to rival El Campo last Friday night... + continue reading

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Bay City Youth Soccer Club Girls 12U team (FORCE) won the Regional Championship (BYSA) Saturday, Nov. 11, at Angleton BG Peck Soccer Complex. The team remained undefeated throughout the entire season. They played three teams: Force Vs Sparks (Lake Jackson) 7-1; Force vs Blaze (Angleton) 7-1; Force vs Stampede (Lake Jackson) 3-0. Stampede remained Team Force’ Arch-nemesis throughout the whole season as they were both undefeated until they faced each other twice over the past two weekends. But Bay City team FORCE defeated Team Stampede on both occasions. The team will go to Beaumont, on Dec. 2 for the state meet with head coach Allison Coleman.

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