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SJVOA officials talk about overlapping sports seasons when schools athletics resume

By Anahi Jaramillo Officials from the San Joaquin Valley Officials Association (SJVOA) met in celebration of pro football (NFL) finally kicking off on September 10th. President of Central Section Officiating Services, Bob Kayajanian, explained how referees are going to work ...

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Three SHS soccer alumni advance to college level soccer play

By Anahi Jaramillo Three Sanger High School (SHS) Alumni that were a part of the Apache Boys Soccer record breaking 2019-2020 season have been given the opportunity to play college soccer. Both Freddy Bautista and Luis Villegas will be attending ...

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Savor the Flavor of Sanger- Casa Oinari

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Scene has launched “Savor the Flavor of Sanger” and will be highlighting local restaurants/food/beverage businesses in Sanger. This 4th week, Casa Oinari, 775 Bethel Ave. #101. Hours: M 11am-8pm, Tue they Thur 11am-2:30 & 4:30pm-8pm, ...

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Frank Valles brings Me-N-Eds Mobile Pizza Party to Sanger

By Cheryl Senn Me-N-Eds Mobile Pizza Party is now available in Sanger and the Central Valley. Frank Valles Jr., former manager of Me-N-Eds Pizza on Bethel and Jensen, is now in charge of the newest way to enjoy Me-N-Eds Pizza. ...

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SUSD Grab N Go Meals program expands sites to feed all children under 18

By Cheryl Senn Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) students and Sanger children under the age of 18 have a lot to celebrate, as SUSD expands its Grab N Go Meals program to 11 SUSD Bus Stops and to all children ...

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Supervisor Magsig shares thoughts on homeless epidemic

By Nathan Magsig, Fresno County Board of Supervisor, District 5 You don’t have to travel far to see evidence of broken lives and failed policies which are fueling the homeless epidemic in the metropolitan area of Fresno County.  With the onset of ...

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Welcome Home Parade for Sanger sailor Hunter Hinojosa

By Anahi Jaramillo The Sanger community welcomed hometown sailor, who was on board the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, who set a new record for most consecutive days at sea with 206 days. Hunter Elijah Hinojosa, who graduated from Kings River ...

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CA-21 Congressman TJ Cox’s inaugural Valiant Award winners, Mendoza and Echeveste-Duran, have a heart for service

By Cheryl Senn Two of the 12 women who were recognized during California’s 21st District Congressman TJ Cox’s inaugural Valiant Awards work in Sanger. Congratulations to Julie Mendoza, HOPE Sanger CEO/President and Angelita Echeveste-Duran, Resource Director for the Comprehensive Youth ...

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What would be revealed as your superpower?

By Cheryl Senn If you have been streaming any Netflix movies, there is no way you missed the trending Top 10 movie, Power Project. You see, during the Summer, I would normally be going to the movies at a local ...

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March against Child Trafficking brought awareness to Sanger

By Anahi Jaramillo With the growing concern of child trafficking, many people have taken action into their own hands to bring awareness to this issue. Jeffery Gonzalez organized a “March against Child Trafficking,” with a total amount of 15 people ...

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