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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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Sanger PD 2020 Officer of the Year, Sergio Arguello, says his mission is your safety

By Cheryl Senn Sanger Police Department (SPD) School Resource Officer (SRO) Sergio Arguello was recently recognized as the 2020 SPD Officer of the Year. Arguello was presented with a plaque which states: “In recognition of your excellent work, professionalism, and ...

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SWC pulled pork sandwich dinner, first in series of meal fundraisers for the club

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Woman’s Club (SWC) sold more than 220 dinners at their recent Pulled Pork Sandwich Dinner Fundraiser. The fundraiser will help the club raise funds to help keep up with monthly costs of the club house, ...

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Va Pao Her, new SUSD school board member, ready to help shape the future of education

By Anahi Jaramillo This past November election welcomed a new board member into the Sanger Unified School District. Mr. Her ran against former SUSD school board member Richard Duran. With a total of 2804 votes, the election was close between ...

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Hometown hero, Tom Flores honored with downtown mural

By Cheryl Senn At a special meeting of the Sanger Planning Commission, the commission voted to adopt Resolution No. 2021-02, approving Mural No. 2021-01, for painting of mural at 1401 7th Street, Sanger, CA, with a vote of 6-0, with ...

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Local small businesses voice concerns about recent citations from the City

By Anahi Jaramillo According to local businesses, there has been a rise in citations and struggling to keep their doors open, business owners from barbershops, beauty salons and nail techs all gathered to voice their concern in front of City ...

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Blossom Trail 4-H gets creative to keep club experiences fun amid the pandemic

By Hannah Rusconi, Blossom Trail 4-H Reporter Being in 4-H is a fun opportunity to learn about almost anything! You get hands on experience on anything from animals to crafts to archery.  Right now because of COVID-19, 4-H looks a ...

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Newly appointed City Councilmember, Montelongo, is ready to represent District #4

By Cheryl Senn On January 19, 2021, Mike Montelongo was appointed by the Sanger City Council to fill the District #4 vacancy created when Eli Ontiveros was elected Mayor.  “I promise to do my very best to be a team ...

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