Bay City Post, Edition 83

Welcome to the eighty third edition of the Bay City Post!
Keeping you updated on the best city on the grid!

Your reporters were hired and paid to make one contribution a month. This month things went wild and your reporters had to make special publications to keep you updated.

We published the following special editions:

All that running around had it's effect. This edition is a few days late. Your editor had to go on a high fiber, high protein diet to get some strength back.
Late doesn't mean less!

What do we have for you:

It was a busy month for your reporters, more so for the fire- and police departments of our Fine City.

Mark in your calendar!

Your reporters were riding the waters to make this report.

A look back on a successful start of the new year, with a party.

Dakota searches new residents.

Our geek reporter ponders about weighing capacity and the price to pay.

Our historian sees blue.

The donation boxes are not only for decoration. They bring happiness! Lots!

Our Emperor is worried, very worried.

The future should invent a route planner. Dakota is lost, again.

The previous version is available for just in sealable box you missed it.

Researchers discovered that reading the Bay City Post boosted gamma frequency in the cerebral cortical regions of the brain witch are crucial for memory and sensory processing. The Bay City Post also increased the expression of genes that help activate T cells which suggest it might also positively affect our immune systems. This is the first time that the Bay City Post has been studied for it's effects on avatar health. So next time you decide to read the Bay City Post you don't have to feel guilty, it's healthy.
Did I wish you a happy new year?
Happy New Year!!

Editor Vick Forcella

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