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New Sanger Youth Council has fresh perspective on community issues

By Cheryl Senn On October 18th, the Sanger City Council approved the appointment of Youth Council members to the Sanger Youth Council (SYC).  The staff recommended eight members which include: Amanda Cantu, Cristal Meza, Haidyn Washburn, Casandra Ibarra, Clarissa Rosales, ...

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A safe walk to school

By Cheryl Senn On Tuesday, I attended the Sanger Unified School District’s Safe Walk to School event, along with hundreds of  Sanger City school students, parents and administrators. SUSD participated in the National Walk to School Day, along with other ...

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REACT students make presentation on tobacco retailer density and zoning

By Cheryl Senn At the October 18, 2018 Sanger City Council meeting, the California Health Collaborative (CHC), Regional Advocates Countering Tobacco (REACT), made a presentation regarding tobacco retailer density and zoning.  The presentation was for information purposes only and the ...

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Apache Varsity Girls Volleyball heading into playoffs after Bullard win

By Cheryl Senn With Senior Night, and the last home games of the season played, the Sanger High Apache Girls Varsity Volleyball team is getting ready to head into the playoffs.  “We finished up our league last night and beat ...

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Valley Fight Series 3 did not disappoint local MMA fans

By Jesalyn Harper It has been many years since amateur Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighters had an opportunity to display their abilities and skills in Reedley, and they did not disappoint.  The Wake House in Reedley, CA, had an exciting ...

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We All Need A Cheering Section

By Cheryl Senn I attended the recent Apache Girls Volleyball Senior Night, which took place prior to their game against Madera South. I wasn’t prepared for all the fans in the stands, cheering, with homemade signs. I thought about how ...

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Celebrating 125 years of Masonry in Sanger, honoring the past while shaping the future

By Cheryl Senn For more than 125 years, the Sanger Masonic Lodge, No. 316, has been dedicated to serving the Sanger community.  This past Saturday, October 13, 2018, the 125th Anniversary for the Sanger Masonic Lodge was marked by a ...

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Apache XC set records at recent invitationals

Compiled Sanger XC competed at the Roughrider Cross Country (XC) Invitational this past Friday, October 13. The Roughrider Invitational featured 88 teams from across the Valley and yielded some fast times as the Apaches prep for the end of the ...

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SHS Pathways Day sparks 8th graders interests with information

By Cheryl Senn More than 200 eighth grade students, from throughout the Sanger Unified School District (SUSD), participated in the recent Sanger High School (SHS) Pathways Day.  “This is the first year with all five Pathways,” said SUSD College, Career ...

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Kindness Matters

By Cheryl Senn I was recently invited to the Sanger Academy Charter School (SACS) inaugural Kindness Rally. I didn’t know what to expect at the rally. There were different activities the students participated in to encourage students to think about ...

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