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Sanger 2014 Blossom Trail Run

By Cheryl Senn More than 800 runners registered for the 17th Annual Sanger Blossom Trail Run this year. “Given the weather forecast, it was a good turnout,” said Sanger Parks and Recreation Supervisor Daniel Galvez. There were five different race ...

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Team Firestopper Educates Residents On Fire Prevention

By Cheryl Senn More than 30 families participated in the American Red Cross Team Firestopper Progam, hosted by the Sanger Fire Department. The Team Firestopper Program educates residents about fire prevention. During the three hour program, participants learned how to ...

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Wahlenmaier and Bejar Memorial Presentation By Girl Scout Bryn Cloud

By Cheryl Senn A Girl Scout Gold Award Memorial Ceremony presentation was held to honor Deputy Sheriff Joel Wahlenmaier and Reedley Police Officer Javier Bejar by Girls Scout Bryn Cloud, from Troop 497. Four years ago, Cloud said, both Wahlenmaier ...

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Sanger High NJROTC Place First At Apache Challenge

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) were host to the 2nd annual NJROTC Apache Field Day. Ten teams participated this year. NJROTC teams competing, this year, included Lemoore, Corcoran, Hanford, Fresno, Parlier, Clovis ...

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Cmdr. (Ret) Bob Hayes Visits Kings River High Students

By Cheryl Senn Retired Commander Bob Hayes, who served for 26 years in the United States Navy, visited the students of Kings River High School. Hayes served during the World War II, Korea, and Vietnam Wars. Hayes, who is now ...

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SHS Students Make Moises’ Wish Come True

By Cheryl Senn Moises Navarro walked into the Sanger High gym filled with students who had worked to make his wish come true. The Sanger High Associate Student Body (ASB) students fundraised, along with Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) Leadership ...

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Savor The Moment While It Lasts

By Cheryl Senn So many messages and signs have been speaking to me lately. Could there have been messages trying to get through to me all along, or have I been more observant of all that is around me lately?, ...

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Designating HWY 180 As A California Scenic Highway

By Cheryl Senn Designating Highway 180 as a Scenic California Highway was the topic of a recent presentation by Sierra Gateway Trust Inc. representatives, at a Sanger Rotary Club lunch. Gene Otto and Donna Hacker, gave a Power Point presentation ...

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Sanger Dugout Boosters Apache Baseball Dinner Dance

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Dugout Boosters (SDB) hosted their Inaugural Apache Baseball Dinner Dance this past Saturday night, at St. Mary’s Hall. The SDB board decided to expand on the annual barbecue fundraising event with the creation of a ...

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Jackson 5th Graders Make Valentine’s Day Lunches For HOPE Sanger

By Cheryl Senn A total of 600 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches were made by Jackson fifth grade students as a Valentine’s Day gift to the homeless people in Sanger. The students made so many sandwiches they ran out of ...

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