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Preparing to begin signing petitions to call for local option elections in JP Precinct 1 and the City of Bay City are, from left, Elizabeth Quillin, Irene Bishop, Karen Stevens, Chili’s Managing Partner Les Handley and Floyce Brown.

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   A drive to get voter support for local option elections in 2018 to allow the sale of all legal alcoholic beverages was announced in a press conference Tuesday afternoon.    “We’ve been working on this for years,” said Chamber President Mitch Thames said of the formation of... + continue reading

Over 50 entries were part of the Bay City Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture's Annual Lighted Christmas Parade Tuesday night. Floats, tractors, high school bands and local business were just some of the sights to see. Even the Grinch, Minnie and Mickey Mouse and Santa Clause made the trip to join the parade downtown. Winning entries will receive awards later this week.
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Tickets are now on sale for Bay City High School Dungeoneers’ production of “West Side Story,” featuring students and adult talents as well. West Side Story puts a modern twist on Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" with the classic story about a girl and a boy from different cultures who fall in love. At $7 per person for reserved seating, ticket purchases are available online at dungeoneers.ticketleap.com/westsidestory or at the door. Showtimes are at 7 p.m. Friday-Saturday, Dec. 8-9, and at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10, matinee at Bay City High School Auditorium.

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Tidehaven senior defensive back (and quarterback) Bryce Galvan returns an interception deep into Lexington territory.

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   There was an overflow Tidehaven Tiger fan base present to watch their team take on No. 1-ranked Lexington last Friday night in Hallettsville’s Brahma Stadium.    Lexington (13-0, 5-0) won the UIL regional standoff 58-39 and will face Tidehaven’s District 14-3A-2 rival Boling... + continue reading

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   Van Vleck suffered a tough loss to district rival Yoakum in the regional round of the UIL playoffs, as the Leopards fell behind 21 points in the first half and lost 43-19 to the Bulldogs at Katy’s Legacy Stadium Saturday night, Dec. 2.    The District 14-3A-1 rivals met... + continue reading

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Filings for next year’s March 6 primary elections are due by 5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 11.    “We need more volunteers to help run the polls as well,” said County Clerk Janet Hickl.    “We will hold a training session for those interested as the election grows closer.”  ... + continue reading
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   Matagorda County’s share of a $1 million LCRA donation for Hurricane Harvey relief will go to From the Heart Fund.    County judges from the four lower Colorado River basin counties split the donation four ways, County Judge Nate McDonald explained at the commissioners court... + continue reading

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Preparing to begin signing petitions to call for local option elections in JP Precinct 1 and the City of Bay City are, from left, Elizabeth Quillin, Irene Bishop, Karen Stevens, Chili’s Managing Partner Les Handley and Floyce Brown.

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   A drive to get voter support for local option elections in 2018 to allow the sale of all legal alcoholic beverages was announced in a press conference Tuesday afternoon.    “We’ve been working on this for years,” said Chamber President Mitch Thames said of the formation of... + continue reading

Over 50 entries were part of the Bay City Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture's Annual Lighted Christmas Parade Tuesday night. Floats, tractors, high school bands and local business were just some of the sights to see. Even the Grinch, Minnie and Mickey Mouse and Santa Clause made the trip to join the parade downtown. Winning entries will receive awards later this week.
Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard

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Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard
Tickets are now on sale for Bay City High School Dungeoneers’ production of “West Side Story,” featuring students and adult talents as well. West Side Story puts a modern twist on Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" with the classic story about a girl and a boy from different cultures who fall in love. At $7 per person for reserved seating, ticket purchases are available online at dungeoneers.ticketleap.com/westsidestory or at the door. Showtimes are at 7 p.m. Friday-Saturday, Dec. 8-9, and at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10, matinee at Bay City High School Auditorium.

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ll-district Blackcats, from left, are: Anthony Perry, La'Darrion Florez, Adam Smith, Taveon Roberson, Carlos Lara, Khambrel Franklin, Will Grumbles, Dylan Davidson, Jaden Collins, Steven Solis, Chris Janise (not pictured: Zachary Battle, Fidel Rodriguez).

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Bay City Blackcats All Academic All District selections (above) include, from left: Adam Smith, Tristan Reyes, Taveon Roberson, Ethan Reyes, Javien Times, Declan O'Neal, Chris Janise, O'Dedrick Morgan, 9. Reggie DeLeon, Jonathan Pesina, La'Darrion Florez, Ke'Vaughn Gaskin, Marcus Edwards, Marquis Edwards, Anthony Perry. Not pictured: Gabriel Lamay, Aaron Lenhart, Noah Downs, Brain Gavranovic & Omar Montoya.
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Tidehaven senior defensive back (and quarterback) Bryce Galvan returns an interception deep into Lexington territory.

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