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This colorfully garbed pair of entrepreneurs - Ryleigh Rafter, left, and Taelynn Tinnin - took some time out from their busy lemonade sales Friday for a photograph in front of their stand at the home of Trent and Tammi Tinnin at 2504 Ave. K - the historic Holman-Allen House. Proceeds of the sales will go toward the Travis Tinnin Golf Classic. 

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Best Selling Author Rachel Caine autographed many books for fans July 22. Caine also spoke about her life as a writer and answered audience member's questions.

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 New York Times Best Selling Author Rachel Caine talked about writing and signed books for about 15 people at the Bay City Public Library July 22.     Caine was originally scheduled to appear June 29, but had to reschedule due to a family emergency.     She grew... + continue reading

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Improvisation with props, seen here, was one of many team-building exercises during CAST's director's workshop, July 22. Directing hopefuls had to use assorted props for a petting zoo scene without using the items for what they were originally intended.

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   The Community Actors of South Texas (CAST) hosted a “Director’s Workshop” Saturday, July 22, at the Bay City High School theater.     Instructors included Wes Copeland, Executive Director for the Center for Arts and Science in Lake Jackson.     Copeland’... + continue reading

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The teamwork between the Blackcats and McDonalds. Back row, from left: Daniel Carreon, McDonald’s owner; Josh Ervin, fundraising coordinator, QB Coach; No. 4 Jaden Collins; No. 2 Dylan Davidson; No. 3 Ke'Vaughn Gaskin; and Stacy Thompson, McDonald’s general manager. Front row, from left: Lupe Florez, Athletic Director, Head Football Coach; Kimberly Sanders, McDonald’s department manager; No. 1 Carlos Lara; and No. 34 Heart Gaskin.

 

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   The Blackcats are teaming up with McDonald’s in Bay City to raise money for communications equipment for coaches.    The goal is to raise $36,000 for headsets to allow coaches on the sideline to talk with coaches in the press box.    The Blackcat coaches were not... + continue reading

The BCISD Soccer Camp drew participants from the third to the sixth grade at BCHS practice fields July 20-22. Under the guidance of Ladycat Soccer Coach Darin Dabelgott, with the assistance of two of his Ladycat players. Dabelgott was pleased at the skill levels shown by many of the kids, particularly a pair of girls in the third and fourth grades.
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   Electing council members by geographic districts, lengthening council terms and term limits were among the suggestions that city council members gave members of the city’s Charter Review Committee at their meeting Monday evening, July 24.     Mayor Pro Tem Bill Cornman... + continue reading
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    A replat of 15 lots in a longtime Sargent subdivision – aimed at resolving property titles in dispute for years – was unanimously approved by Matagorda County Commissioners Court at its regular meeting Monday, July 24.     In explaining the replat of lots 1-15,... + continue reading

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Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
This colorfully garbed pair of entrepreneurs - Ryleigh Rafter, left, and Taelynn Tinnin - took some time out from their busy lemonade sales Friday for a photograph in front of their stand at the home of Trent and Tammi Tinnin at 2504 Ave. K - the historic Holman-Allen House. Proceeds of the sales will go toward the Travis Tinnin Golf Classic. 

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Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard
Best Selling Author Rachel Caine autographed many books for fans July 22. Caine also spoke about her life as a writer and answered audience member's questions.

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 New York Times Best Selling Author Rachel Caine talked about writing and signed books for about 15 people at the Bay City Public Library July 22.     Caine was originally scheduled to appear June 29, but had to reschedule due to a family emergency.     She grew... + continue reading

Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard
Improvisation with props, seen here, was one of many team-building exercises during CAST's director's workshop, July 22. Directing hopefuls had to use assorted props for a petting zoo scene without using the items for what they were originally intended.

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   The Community Actors of South Texas (CAST) hosted a “Director’s Workshop” Saturday, July 22, at the Bay City High School theater.     Instructors included Wes Copeland, Executive Director for the Center for Arts and Science in Lake Jackson.     Copeland’... + continue reading

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Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
The teamwork between the Blackcats and McDonalds. Back row, from left: Daniel Carreon, McDonald’s owner; Josh Ervin, fundraising coordinator, QB Coach; No. 4 Jaden Collins; No. 2 Dylan Davidson; No. 3 Ke'Vaughn Gaskin; and Stacy Thompson, McDonald’s general manager. Front row, from left: Lupe Florez, Athletic Director, Head Football Coach; Kimberly Sanders, McDonald’s department manager; No. 1 Carlos Lara; and No. 34 Heart Gaskin.

 

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   The Blackcats are teaming up with McDonald’s in Bay City to raise money for communications equipment for coaches.    The goal is to raise $36,000 for headsets to allow coaches... + continue reading

The BCISD Soccer Camp drew participants from the third to the sixth grade at BCHS practice fields July 20-22. Under the guidance of Ladycat Soccer Coach Darin Dabelgott, with the assistance of two of his Ladycat players. Dabelgott was pleased at the skill levels shown by many of the kids, particularly a pair of girls in the third and fourth grades.
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The Bay City Aquacats appropriately took the water at the city 16th Street Pool for its End of the Season Party. In additon, to diving displays and a game akin to water polo, there were recognitions and awards.

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