Schulman MBG owner Mark Schulman, center in above photo, praises outgoing BCCDC Executive Director D.C. Dunham’s tenacity in bringing MBG here. He was one of several people toasting Dunham’s driving force in her 14 years at BCCDC. More than 50 people attended the Monday evening goodbye reception at Fat Grass. BCCDC President Julie Estlinbaum presented Dunham with a glass plaque for her years of service with co-Main Street director Karen Hitzfield.
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   Putting economic development professionals under one roof in Bay City emerged as a top issue as Bay City Community Development Corporation reviewed its fiscal 2018-19 budget Monday, July 9.    It was the first meeting for new BCCDC Executive Director Jessica Russell and the... + continue reading

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This patriotically attired and flag-adorned family group arrives at the Sparks in the Park Independence Day celebration at LeTulle Park. Despite rains earlier in the day, the event drew lots of people for the Bay City Parks & Recreation Department’s annual festivities aimed at the whole family.

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The Bay City Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture celebrated the grand opening of "For the Love of Animals" with a commemorative ribbon cutting July 7. For The Love of Animals is located at 4101 Ave. F and features micro-chipping, nail clipping, grooming and support for neutering/spaying pets. Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard

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   Cooper Wade, above right, entertains 4th of July celebrants at LeTulle Park during the Sparks in the Park.     Morning and afternoon rains gave way for more pleasant conditions for the events.   Below right, one of the colorful entries in the Sargent 4th of July... + continue reading

Animal Control officer Dotty Grandstaff showed off several wild animals during the Bay City Public Library's "Rockin' Wildlife" event June 27. The event is one of many for all ages the library is hosting for their summer program, "Libraries Rock." At right, a little boy looks inquiringly of Grandstaff to make sure touching the turle is an approved activity.
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Schulman MBG owner Mark Schulman, center in above photo, praises outgoing BCCDC Executive Director D.C. Dunham’s tenacity in bringing MBG here. He was one of several people toasting Dunham’s driving force in her 14 years at BCCDC. More than 50 people attended the Monday evening goodbye reception at Fat Grass. BCCDC President Julie Estlinbaum presented Dunham with a glass plaque for her years of service with co-Main Street director Karen Hitzfield.
Sentinel photos/Mike Reddell

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   Putting economic development professionals under one roof in Bay City emerged as a top issue as Bay City Community Development Corporation reviewed its fiscal 2018-19 budget Monday, July 9.    It was the first meeting for new BCCDC Executive Director Jessica Russell and the... + continue reading

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
This patriotically attired and flag-adorned family group arrives at the Sparks in the Park Independence Day celebration at LeTulle Park. Despite rains earlier in the day, the event drew lots of people for the Bay City Parks & Recreation Department’s annual festivities aimed at the whole family.

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The Bay City Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture celebrated the grand opening of "For the Love of Animals" with a commemorative ribbon cutting July 7. For The Love of Animals is located at 4101 Ave. F and features micro-chipping, nail clipping, grooming and support for neutering/spaying pets. Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard

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Champion Riders Drill Team earned several top honors at U.S. Equestrian Drill Association National Finals in June.

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   Champion Riders Drill Team brought home several top awards from the United States Equestrian Drill Association National Finals.     “The competition was held June 19-24... + continue reading

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Bay City Parks & Recreation staff installed safety rails at the new westside restrooms at LeTulle Park in time for the July 4th Sparks in the Park.

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