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05/16/2019
   Matagorda County Commissioners agreed on splitting about $6.86 million in projected Hurricane Harvey recovery funding among three precincts at the court’s regular meeting Monday, May 13.    Appearing two weeks after the last workshop on dividing Community Development Block... + continue reading
05/16/2019
   Bay City ISD trustees unanimously approved canvassing the May 4 votes during a special meeting Monday.    Trustees Jerry Manning, Frankie Cole, Bobby Kimball, and Bob Klepac were in attendance while Edward Nelson and Crystal Allison were absent.    The meeting... + continue reading

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Bay City Public library hosted its 4th Annual Mother's Day Tea Party May 11. The event featured several families celebrating grandmothers and mothers with a variety of finger foods and quality time. At the end of the party, children got a chance to make mini spa gift baskets for their mothers and grandmothers.

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Bay City Police Department's Chaplain Division presented officers with the annual wreath for National Police Week May 7. The wreath was dedicated to all officers who have been injured or lost their lives in the line of duty and current officers in service - locally and worldwide.

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Assistant Public Works Director Marla Jasek holds up a colorful poster promoting Public Works Week at city council’s meeting May 9. Council approved a proclamation to observe the event.

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   City Council and Mayor Mark Bricker talked about hiring a new staff person at Bay City Regional Airport last week, and little changed from the previous council discussion.    At the May 9 meeting, Mayor Mark Bricker reiterated his stance that the airport position will be... + continue reading

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Van Vleck ISD recognized and celebrated its employees with its employee appreciation banquet May 9. Employees received awards for their years of service, being "Top Leopards," and retirees were honored as well.

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   Van Vleck Independent School District recognized and celebrated its employees with its employee appreciation banquet May 9.     Guests were treated to a meal catered by The Jay Café and got the chance to view aerial drone footage of construction progress on the new... + continue reading

Daniel Castanon- Palacios High School

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From Staff and Tenaris Reports       Tenaris has awarded a total of $186,000 in scholarships today, recognizing a dedicated group of students in Matagorda County for their academic achievements.     At a reception ceremony held inside the administrative offices... + continue reading

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Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard
Bay City Public library hosted its 4th Annual Mother's Day Tea Party May 11. The event featured several families celebrating grandmothers and mothers with a variety of finger foods and quality time. At the end of the party, children got a chance to make mini spa gift baskets for their mothers and grandmothers.

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Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard
Bay City Police Department's Chaplain Division presented officers with the annual wreath for National Police Week May 7. The wreath was dedicated to all officers who have been injured or lost their lives in the line of duty and current officers in service - locally and worldwide.

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Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Assistant Public Works Director Marla Jasek holds up a colorful poster promoting Public Works Week at city council’s meeting May 9. Council approved a proclamation to observe the event.

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   City Council and Mayor Mark Bricker talked about hiring a new staff person at Bay City Regional Airport last week, and little changed from the previous council discussion.    At the May 9 meeting, Mayor Mark Bricker reiterated his stance that the airport position will be... + continue reading

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   Did you know that Texas is first in the nation for child pool drownings, or that drowning is the leading cause of accidental death for children ages 1 to 4?     Learn to... + continue reading

Serve Outdoors Matagorda Bay hosted its 5th Annual Blast and Boil fundraiser starting with a skeet and archery competition Saturday morning, May 4 at the Cajun Haven Range & Sporting Club in Markham. All proceeds from the event support men, women, children, veterans and disabled veterans.
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