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Community members join arms and walk from MLK to Linnie Roberts Elementary on Whitson during the Martin Luther King Day Silent Unity March, Saturday, Jan. 14. The walk kicked off events at the elementary that included presentations, dance, poem and song.

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The Bay City Rotary Club received their Wild Game and Wine Camofest Sponsorship package at their regular meeting this Tuesday. They are supporting the festival as a Beer Barrel Sponsor. The Wild Game and Wine Camofest Planning Committee appreciates their support. Festival Packages and information about the Wild Game and Wine Camofest can be found at www.bayciytcamofest.com and the will call office opens today, Jan 11 at 1820 7th Street.  The will call office hours are Jan 11-Jan27, noon to 6:30 pm Wed-Fri.  Please bring a picture id and email confirmation to pick up your purchases. Festival purchases can also be picked up the day of the festival as well.
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Holy Cross Catholic School presented Saint Michael the Archangel medals and prayer cards to the Bay City police department (shown above), sheriff’s office, and fire department.  The school distributed medals to all officers and staff for each branch of public service. 

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Texas Bucket List program reporter Shane McAuliffe, shares a hug with Connie Cobb and Helen Feldhousen at Hotel Blessing recently.

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   Two Matagorda County eateries made the bucket lists of two media outlets with extremely large audiences in late 2016.    The syndicated television program, the Texas Bucket List, did features on Bay City’s Snow-Bunny Cones and Hotel Blessing.    Hosted by award-... + continue reading

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Bay City High School Aristocat Dance Team officer Calysta Longoria spent the last day of 2016 performing at the Buffalo Wild Wing Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla. Longoria was invited to perform after being selected during summer dance camp in 2016. ESP Productions produced the halftime show, where Longoria got to dance to the music of country star Cole Swindell before thousands of spectators. She also was selected to return this year for the 2017 All American Halftime Show. Longoria credited BCHS Aristocat Director Veronica Dibbern as contributing to her achievements, and that she appreciates all the time she dedicates to the Aristocats for the team to be successful.

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Community members join arms and walk from MLK to Linnie Roberts Elementary on Whitson during the Martin Luther King Day Silent Unity March, Saturday, Jan. 14. The walk kicked off events at the elementary that included presentations, dance, poem and song.

The Bay City Rotary Club received their Wild Game and Wine Camofest Sponsorship package at their regular meeting this Tuesday. They are supporting the festival as a Beer Barrel Sponsor. The Wild Game and Wine Camofest Planning Committee appreciates their support. Festival Packages and information about the Wild Game and Wine Camofest can be found at www.bayciytcamofest.com and the will call office opens today, Jan 11 at 1820 7th Street.  The will call office hours are Jan 11-Jan27, noon to 6:30 pm Wed-Fri.  Please bring a picture id and email confirmation to pick up your purchases. Festival purchases can also be picked up the day of the festival as well.
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Holy Cross Catholic School presented Saint Michael the Archangel medals and prayer cards to the Bay City police department (shown above), sheriff’s office, and fire department.  The school distributed medals to all officers and staff for each branch of public service. 

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Texas Bucket List program reporter Shane McAuliffe, shares a hug with Connie Cobb and Helen Feldhousen at Hotel Blessing recently.

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Bay City High School Aristocat Dance Team officer Calysta Longoria spent the last day of 2016 performing at the Buffalo Wild Wing Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla. Longoria was invited to perform after being selected during summer dance camp in 2016. ESP Productions produced the halftime show, where Longoria got to dance to the music of country star Cole Swindell before thousands of spectators. She also was selected to return this year for the 2017 All American Halftime Show. Longoria credited BCHS Aristocat Director Veronica Dibbern as contributing to her achievements, and that she appreciates all the time she dedicates to the Aristocats for the team to be successful.

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Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Community members join arms and walk from MLK to Linnie Roberts Elementary on Whitson during the Martin Luther King Day Silent Unity March, Saturday, Jan. 14. The walk kicked off events at the elementary that included presentations, dance, poem and song.

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The Bay City Rotary Club received their Wild Game and Wine Camofest Sponsorship package at their regular meeting this Tuesday. They are supporting the festival as a Beer Barrel Sponsor. The Wild Game and Wine Camofest Planning Committee appreciates their support. Festival Packages and information about the Wild Game and Wine Camofest can be found at www.bayciytcamofest.com and the will call office opens today, Jan 11 at 1820 7th Street.  The will call office hours are Jan 11-Jan27, noon to 6:30 pm Wed-Fri.  Please bring a picture id and email confirmation to pick up your purchases. Festival purchases can also be picked up the day of the festival as well.
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Holy Cross Catholic School presented Saint Michael the Archangel medals and prayer cards to the Bay City police department (shown above), sheriff’s office, and fire department.  The school distributed medals to all officers and staff for each branch of public service. 

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The Blackcats moved to 12-9 on the season after a decisive, 59-36, win over Sweeny in the District 26 4-A opener for both teams here last Friday night, Jan. 20. At left, freshman RJ Mitchell (14) tries to get a layup past a Sweeny defender. Bay City played Columbia here Tuesday night and will take on the El Campo Ricebirds Friday night there.

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Ladycat scoring leader junior guard Heaven Dandridge (3) goes up for a layup against two Sweeny defenders here last Friday, while Bay City’s freshman forward Patricia Waddy fights hard for her score. The Ladycats played Columbia here Tuesday night, at the Sentinel’s press time and were to travel to El Campo Friday, Jan 20.  

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Tidehaven junior Darian Kemp (12) grabs an offensive rebound during the fourth quarter of Friday's district contest with Palacios.

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Junior Heaven Dandridge (3) has been shooting lights out during the Ladycats’ season. The 5-foot-2-inch Dandridge - shown here about to shoot against Brazosport last Friday - has 329 points over a 19-game span, for an average of 17.3 points per game. The Ladycats’ team captain, she poured in 43 points against Sealy Dec. 13. While Coach Marlo Sanders’ team (1-19, 0-2) has struggled this year, his squad is predominantly made up of freshmen and sophomores, with a few juniors, like Dandrige, and one senior. The Ladycats play Sweeny here at 6:15 p.m. Friday.

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