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Screamin’ Demons Deliver More Than 400 Toys To HOPE Sanger

By Cheryl Senn On December 17, the Screamin’ Demons Motorcycle Club rode into town, with 400 toys, to delivery to HOPE Sanger. According to the Screamin’ Demons President Thomas Qualls, and Vice-President Anthony Cordova, the club had collected toy donations ...

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City Christmas Fest filled with snow and skating fun

By Cheryl Senn For two consecutive Saturdays, the City of Sanger hosted Christmas Fest. A day filled with snow play and skating. Snow was delivered to Brehler Square and a skating rink was set up, for hours of family fun. ...

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New Year’s Resolution – “Scatter seeds of kindness wherever you go.”

By Cheryl Senn In a couple of days, everyone, around the world, will be making New Year’s Resolutions, in honor of the calendar countdown to 2015. It might be the same resolutions which were made at the beginning of 2014 ...

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Local Cosmetologist, Toni Avila, Retires After More Than 50 Years of Service

By Cheryl Senn After more than 50 years of making people look good, in Sanger, Toni Avila is retiring. As of December 31, 2014, Avila will no longer be styling client’s hair, at Styles & Files Hair and Nail Salon, ...

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Sanger Police Deliver Holiday Cheer To Local Families

By Cheryl Senn With sirens and lights on, the Sanger Police Department squad cars caravanned into neighborhoods, to surprise local families. Each of the six families adopted by the Sanger Police Department received a visit from Santa, presents for each ...

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City Manager, Haddix, retains position, after community voices are heard

By Cheryl Senn   “I am deeply honored by their support,” said Brian Haddix, about the more than 250 community members who attended the Special City Council Meeting, this past Friday, to voice their support for Haddix, before the council ...

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Moving Forward by doing, innovating, and building a unified team

By Cheryl Senn “If you are not making mistakes, then you’re not doing anything. I’m positive that a doer makes mistakes.” – John Wooden Every human being on the planet makes mistakes. Learning from your mistakes is what is important. ...

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Now Hiring- Renaud Chiropractic

Renaud Chiropractic Now Hiring   Now accepting resumes from interested candidates for sales and marketing position. Must have sales and marketing experience. Bilingual Helpful.

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Sanger High Choir and NJROTC Part of 89th Annual Trek To The Nation’s Christmas Tree

By Cheryl Senn More than 400 park visitors gathered for the 89th Annual Trek To The Nation’s Christmas Tree, this past Sunday. The afternoon program, at the base of the General Grant Tree, was filled with music, Memorial Wreath ceremony, ...

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Apache Varsity Girls Take Second At Reedley Kiwanis Basketball Tournament

The Apache Varsity Girls Basketball team participated in the Reedley Kiwanis Basketball Tournament and placed second overall. Here is what Coach David Garza had to say about the tournament… “We started out the Reedley Kiwanis Basketball Tournament against Roosevelt and ...

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