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The Matagorda County Fair & Livestock Association's 2018 Rodeo Queen court includes, from left: Tristan Polensky, Second Runnerup; Rodeo Queen Anisa Cornett, and Anna Claire Heth, First Runnerup.

Thursday, February 22, 2018
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Anisa Cornett was crowned the 2018 Rodeo Queen and Avery Kubecka was honored as the 2018 Fair Queen in separate royalty contests Friday, Feb. 16, and Saturday, Feb. 17.    Their queens’ selections were among six Fair and Rodeo royalty courts chosen.    Cornett was crowned at... + continue reading

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The Orphans costumed in blue - Sydney Hudgins, Sadie Garcia and Victoria Sliva - took first place in the junior group division of the Matagorda County Fair and Livestock Association's annual talent show Saturday, Feb. 17. The group performed to "Hard Knock Life" from the musical "Annie." Joining them were, from left, First Fair Princess Natalie Ledwig, Second Fair Princess Kailah Matura and Fair Princess Halynn Saha.

Thursday, February 22, 2018
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   Families and friends filled the USO Service Center in Bay City Sunday Feb. 18 to hear children of all ages perform in the annual Matagorda County Fair and Livestock Association (MCFLA) Talent Show and Public Speaking contest.    The Talent Show contestants were split into... + continue reading

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Ronnie McDonald, who’s running for U.S. Congress District 27, explains his background and what he deems important in this race. McDonald is a Democrat from Bastrop.

Thursday, February 22, 2018
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   Bringing people together in his campaign and bringing them together once he’s elected is the central theme in Ronnie McDonald U.S. Congressional campaign.    His wife Kim gave a forceful introduction to her husband at a campaign rally for him last week at the Bay City Depot... + continue reading

This year's Seafood Fest is Saturday, March 10. Last Saturday, Feb. 17, about 33 volunteers showed up at Buddy’s Seafood plant in Matagorda to peel shrimp in preparation for this year’s Seafood Fest.
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About 75 people attended a meet-and-greet candidates forum at the VFW Post 2438 Saturday night, Feb. 17. Democratic and Republican candidates for federal, state and county offices visited with people and gave brief remarks about their campaigns. Barbara Graham moderated the forum. Candidates were allowed to place their campaign placards and other items.

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   The four incumbents on City Council and Bay City ISD Board of Trustees refiled for their positions by last Friday’s deadline.    No one else filed for two seats up for re-election on council and school board.    The municipal and school elections will be May 5.... + continue reading
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City Council members indicated they will move forward on long-overdue strategic planning – to guide them and city department heads – in a preliminary discussion at council’s special meeting Thursday, Feb. 15.    Another discussion that surfaced at last week’s meeting is a business plan... + continue reading

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Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard
The Matagorda County Fair & Livestock Association's 2018 Rodeo Queen court includes, from left: Tristan Polensky, Second Runnerup; Rodeo Queen Anisa Cornett, and Anna Claire Heth, First Runnerup.

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Anisa Cornett was crowned the 2018 Rodeo Queen and Avery Kubecka was honored as the 2018 Fair Queen in separate royalty contests Friday, Feb. 16, and Saturday, Feb. 17.    Their queens’ selections were among six Fair and Rodeo royalty courts chosen.    Cornett was crowned at... + continue reading

Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard
The Orphans costumed in blue - Sydney Hudgins, Sadie Garcia and Victoria Sliva - took first place in the junior group division of the Matagorda County Fair and Livestock Association's annual talent show Saturday, Feb. 17. The group performed to "Hard Knock Life" from the musical "Annie." Joining them were, from left, First Fair Princess Natalie Ledwig, Second Fair Princess Kailah Matura and Fair Princess Halynn Saha.

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   Families and friends filled the USO Service Center in Bay City Sunday Feb. 18 to hear children of all ages perform in the annual Matagorda County Fair and Livestock Association (MCFLA) Talent Show and Public Speaking contest.    The Talent Show contestants were split into... + continue reading

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Ronnie McDonald, who’s running for U.S. Congress District 27, explains his background and what he deems important in this race. McDonald is a Democrat from Bastrop.

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   Bringing people together in his campaign and bringing them together once he’s elected is the central theme in Ronnie McDonald U.S. Congressional campaign.    His wife Kim gave a forceful introduction to her husband at a campaign rally for him last week at the Bay City Depot... + continue reading

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   Semeyon Sims, Bay City High School Class of 1993, visited with BCHS AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) classes Feb. 16 to share his story and inspirational message.... + continue reading

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Bay City Blackcats defeated the Van Vleck Leopards 8-4, in the opening game for both squads at Van Vleck’s Joe Ros Field Monday night, Feb. 19. Leopard senior Camrin Wleczyk (4), below, connects for a deep triple.

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The BCHS Ladycats (5-3) shut out the Industrial Cobras 12-0 Monday night, Feb. 19, at Ladycat softball field. The girls collected 56 hits. Above right, senior third base Abigail Torres (7) is greeted by teammates after blasting a home run over the centerfield wall. . Garay had 11 strikeouts on the mound.
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Bay City High School hosted the Bay City Classic powerlifting tournament that drew 14 teams Saturday, Feb. 17. Alvin won the meet, while Van Vleck came in 9th and Bay City at 11. Blackcat junior Jonathon Pesina strains at the squat competition in the 165-pound weight class, where he lifted 450 pounds. His total lifts were 1,125 pounds, according to the Texas High School Powerlifting Association.
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