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04/25/2019
      As of presstime Tuesday afternoon over 230 voters have hit the polls during early voting Monday and Tuesday.    It is unknown if that number is on par with the last mayoral election.    “We do not have the exact numbers for each day of early voting in the... + continue reading
04/25/2019
   Among several business objectives discussed during the regular Main Street Program meeting April 10, growing Camofest was high on the list.    “We want to grow Camofest, increase funds raised and increase participation and attendance,” said Shelly Story, Main Street Program... + continue reading

Families filled LeTulle on Good Friday, April 19. Children were divided into age groups for egg scrambles and hunts, like the one above. Each egg hunt had 1,500 eggs. Other activities included bounce houses, photos with the Easter Bunny and checking out the newly released ducks and geese.
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Thursday, April 25, 2019
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Riverside Park Ranger Robert Carlisle releases ducks and geese at LeTulle Park Friday, prior to the city’s annual Easter Egg Hunt. Carlisle raised the ducks at the park, while the geese were donated. The water fowl found their way to the park’s pond. ‘Release the quacking’ was the city’s name for the event.

Thursday, April 25, 2019
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Matagorda County Commissioners Court approved a proclamation Monday, declaring April 28 to May 4 as “Soil and Water Stewardship Week.” Two members of the Soil and Water Conservation District, Chairman Raymond Jones Jr. and Vice Chairman Charlie Baker were at the court session. Pictured are, from left: Commissioners Gary Graham and Bubba Frick, Jones, County Judge Nate McDonald, Baker and Commissioners James Gibson and Kent Pollard.

Thursday, April 25, 2019
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 Matagorda County Commissioners Court approved an amended interlocal agreement for Bay City Public Library to manage the Sargent Branch Library at the court’s regular meeting Monday, April 22.    City Council approved the interlocal agreement for operating the Sargent Library within... + continue reading

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Barbara Sanders, Elizabeth Hewitt, Kym Harshaw, Linda Krauskopf, Shelly Newman, Renee Savage, Fara Ashcraft, Teri Treadway, Lauren Friedman, Tami Savage – these ladies were hosted by MRMC Foundation Board members Barbara Sanders, Elizabeth Hewitt, Tami Savage, Tiffany Foltyn to a shopping trip to Houston Galleria and selected a purse for the 2019 live auction. the annual Power of the Purse fundraiser with doors opening at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 25, at the Bay City Civic Center, 201 7th St. Tickets are $30 per person or $400 for a corporate table that seats eight. Contact Tiffany Foltyn for more information at 979-241-5534.

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Chamber member Hawes Dickerson scoops crawfish onto the plate of one of those attending Bay City Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture annual crawfish boil last Thursday.

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Families filled LeTulle on Good Friday, April 19. Children were divided into age groups for egg scrambles and hunts, like the one above. Each egg hunt had 1,500 eggs. Other activities included bounce houses, photos with the Easter Bunny and checking out the newly released ducks and geese.
Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard

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Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Riverside Park Ranger Robert Carlisle releases ducks and geese at LeTulle Park Friday, prior to the city’s annual Easter Egg Hunt. Carlisle raised the ducks at the park, while the geese were donated. The water fowl found their way to the park’s pond. ‘Release the quacking’ was the city’s name for the event.

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Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Matagorda County Commissioners Court approved a proclamation Monday, declaring April 28 to May 4 as “Soil and Water Stewardship Week.” Two members of the Soil and Water Conservation District, Chairman Raymond Jones Jr. and Vice Chairman Charlie Baker were at the court session. Pictured are, from left: Commissioners Gary Graham and Bubba Frick, Jones, County Judge Nate McDonald, Baker and Commissioners James Gibson and Kent Pollard.

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 Matagorda County Commissioners Court approved an amended interlocal agreement for Bay City Public Library to manage the Sargent Branch Library at the court’s regular meeting Monday, April 22.    City Council approved the interlocal agreement for operating the Sargent Library within... + continue reading

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Van Vleck High School recently hosted collegiate signings for three standout Van Vleck athletes (from left): Di’Mitri Monroe, Alvin Stredic and Brianna Lopez. Monroe signed to play football for Kilgore. Stredic inked to play basketball with The University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff. And Lopez, signed to play softball at Louisiana College.

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Ladycat track & field team was crowned area champs.

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The LadyCats run rule and shut out LaMarque 17-0 in 3 innings. Abby Gonzales was on the mound and struck out 6 batters. The whole team contributed to hits with Maddie Edwards hitting a in the park home run and Celeste Rodriguez hitting an out of the park grand slam. First playoff game, for the bi-district title, will be at at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 25, against Furr in Columbia High School Softball Field. From Hwy 36, take left on Texaco Street. Park by Football Stadium. Ladycats are visitors. Ticket prices: Adults $4, Students $2 - District Passes allowed. Ladycats District Record 4-4, Overall 14-10

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