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Gradual return to campus brings a glimpse of normalcy

By Cheryl Senn It was reminiscent of long lines for a rock concert, blockbuster movie or opening night of a famous play. If you would have driven by the Sanger High School on Tuesday afternoon, you would have wondered what ...

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SHS welcomes back students as they gradually return to campus

By Anahi Jaramillo Safety protocols were followed, which included temperature checks and then wrist bands were given out at Sanger High School (SHS) today. SHS had their gradual return to campus, welcoming select students for in person learning. Students lined ...

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Raider Nation rally and celebrate in front of Tom Flores mural in downtown Sanger

By Cheryl Senn More than 100 members of the Raider Nation and fans gathered on the corner of 7th & N St, in downtown Sanger, to view the new mural which honors hometown hero and 2021 Pro Football Hall of ...

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Apaches hosted Pirates for first swim meet since Feb 2020

By Anahi Jaramillo The pools were filled with athletes and the stands were filled with spectators for the first time since February 2020. Sanger Apache Swim hosted a dual meet against the Reedley High School Pirates at the Sanger pools. ...

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Mural honors 2021 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee and hometown hero Tom Flores

By Anahi Jaramillo The Downtown Revitalization Committee (DRC) decided to create a mural for Sanger native, Tom Flores. The mural idea has been developing over the past few years with more focus in the past year. After the mural project ...

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Adelaide Campos is ready to serve the community in new role as HOPE Sanger board member

By Cheryl Senn Local non-profit, HOPE Sanger, recently added a new board member to their team, with the addition of Adelaide Campos. Campos was asked why she decided to apply for the board position. “Just being able to feed people ...

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Kari Daniska, brings many skills to her Planning Commission seat

By Cheryl Senn This past Thursday, the Sanger Planning Commission installed a new commissioner, Kari Daniska. “I want to thank everyone for appointing me,” said Daniska at her first Sanger Planning Commission meeting.  On February 4th, Daniska was chosen and ...

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Creating a vision

By Cheryl Senn “Vision is the ability to see potential in what others overlook,”-Rick Warren For the past few years, James Pinedo, owner of Definitive Staffing, in downtown Sanger, looked at the big blank east wall of his business building. ...

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SHS XC athletes ecstatic to get out and run again

By Anahi Jaramillo Apache Cross Country Athletes were able to compete again after almost a year of just training. Today, February 4th, 2021, a dual meet was held versus Clovis North Broncos at Sanger High. Athletes competed in the 2-mile, ...

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Body worn cameras, a safety tool for SPD, which benefits police operations and public trust

By Cheryl Senn What began as a Summer Body Worn Camera (BWC) pilot program in 2018, for the Sanger Police Department (SPD), has now developed into a full implementation, as of April 2019, with 31 BWC for officers. The addition ...

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