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09/16/2021
   New confirmed cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in Matagorda County.   The county had 490 new cases over the past 14 days, the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) reported Monday, Sept. 13.   The per capita rate of infections is 13.4 per 1,000 residents and... + continue reading
09/16/2021
An update on Bold Fox Development’s proposal to build between 180-200 homes on 50 acres across Texas 35 from Tenaris was given to Commissioners Court at its regular meeting Monday, Sept. 13.   Mitch Thames told the court that he was asked by the TIRZ 2 board to explain the Bold Fox... + continue reading

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The Blessing Tire Store on Avenue F had its roof ripped off from Nicholas’ furious winds overnight Monday.

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   Hurricane Nicholas made landfall just after midnight Tuesday, Sept. 14, at Matagorda Peninsula – about 10 miles West of Sargent.   Nicholas was at a Category 1 hurricane strength after bumping off the coast and returning before landfall at around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday.... + continue reading

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County Judge Nate McDonald served as master of ceremonies.

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   Several hundred people attended the Matagorda County Patriot Day “9/11 Remembrance Troop Support Rally” at the new Bay City High School Memorial stadium Saturday, Sept. 11.   The event marked the 20th anniversary since the 9/11 terrorist attack on the U.S. ... + continue reading

Matt Kibodeaux (center) won first place in the Rice Festival’s Brent Marceaux Gumbo Cook-off. He is flanked by Chris Green, left, and Jim Frankson. More winners on Page 7.
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   This year’s Rice Festival event hosted a variety of new features and returning favorites.   The 75th Annual Bay City Lions Club Rice Festival was pared down last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but returned earlier this month with a fully stocked schedule. ... + continue reading

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The 2021 Bay City High School Homecoming King and Queen are Jonathan Fuentes and Alexis Solis. They were crowned at halftime for the Bay City-Wharton football game, Sept. 10.

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Shown with Bay City Lions Hawes Dickerson and Doc Campbell the winners, in no particular order, are: Tim Salaika,1963 Red Corvette; Ricky Reidel, 1968 Teal Ford Bronco; Ron Harvey, 1965 Red Chevy El Camino; Phil Dietrek,1928 Black Plymouth Speed Deluxe; Harry Boelle,1930 Black Ford Model A; and RIchard Senf,1968 White Plymouth Roadrunner.
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The Blessing Tire Store on Avenue F had its roof ripped off from Nicholas’ furious winds overnight Monday.

09/16/2021 - 0 comment(s)
   Hurricane Nicholas made landfall just after midnight Tuesday, Sept. 14, at Matagorda Peninsula – about 10 miles West of Sargent.   Nicholas was at a Category 1 hurricane strength after bumping off the coast and returning before landfall at around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday.... + continue reading

Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard
County Judge Nate McDonald served as master of ceremonies.

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   Several hundred people attended the Matagorda County Patriot Day “9/11 Remembrance Troop Support Rally” at the new Bay City High School Memorial stadium Saturday, Sept. 11.   The event marked the 20th anniversary since the 9/11 terrorist attack on the U.S. ... + continue reading

Matt Kibodeaux (center) won first place in the Rice Festival’s Brent Marceaux Gumbo Cook-off. He is flanked by Chris Green, left, and Jim Frankson. More winners on Page 7.
Sentinel photo/MaLinda Reddell

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   This year’s Rice Festival event hosted a variety of new features and returning favorites.   The 75th Annual Bay City Lions Club Rice Festival was pared down last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but returned earlier this month with a fully stocked schedule. ... + continue reading

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Bay City junior running back Ayden Smith (24) stiff arms a Wharton defender en route to a third-quarter 22-yard touchdown run in a 21-9 win over Wharton at Memorial Stadium Friday, Sept. 10. Smith had a game-high 132 yards.

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   Bay City will take a homecoming win over Wharton last Friday and a 2-1 record into its game against 3-0 Vidor there Friday.   Trailing Wharton 9-7 at half, the Blackcats put up... + continue reading

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Both BCHS Cross Country boys and girls team pose for a photo at a recent meet in Texas City.

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