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Omega Delta Sigma collects hygiene items, at House of Pendragon, to help homeless veterans

By Cheryl Senn This past weekend, the National Veterans Fraternity, Omega Delta Sigma, at Fresno State, teamed teamed up with veterans groups, in Fresno, Sanger, and Reedley, to support local homeless veterans. “Our goal was to gather hygiene items for ...

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Education, empowerment, and awareness, taught in new Women’s Self-Defense Class

By Cheryl Senn A Kenpo Girl Production of a Women’s Self-Defense Class has begun at the downtown Dragon Kenpo Karate studio. Kenpo Girl Productions is owned and operated by Jesalyn Harper. Harper said she studies karate at the Double Dragon ...

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Honoring English Learner proficiency with a celebratory ELAC Dinner

By Cheryl Senn More than 200 students and families filled the Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) West Gym in celebration of the English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) Dinner. There were 67 students, from grades 6th through 8th, who were reclassified ...

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Sharing traditions from around the world

By Cheryl Senn I recently had the privilege of interviewing the Education First (EF) Exchange School Year exchange students who are at Sanger High School and was impressed with the program, the students, and the willingness of Sanger families to ...

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“It’s Elementary” was the theme of the 94th Sanger Chamber Annual Awards Banquet

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Community Center was filled with a sold out audience for the 94th Sanger District Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet honoring members of the fire, police, and community. More than 300 people filled the tables ...

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New elementary wrestling program gives students more options to participate in sports

By Cheryl Senn Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) added wrestling to its Elementary School Sports Program this spring.  According to SUSD Area Administrator for Secondary Schools, Tim Lopez, who oversees the Elementary School Wrestling Program, Elementary Wrestling has been in ...

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A part of your world, SHS EF Exchange students enjoyed sharing their culture with Sanger

By Cheryl Senn Experiencing a new culture and to see more of the world, were just some of the reasons, Sanger High School’s (SHS) three Education Firs (EF) High School Exchange students wanted to participate in the program and visit ...

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Varsity Boys Baseball, formed a brotherhood, to face constant challenges

By Berenice Vargas This year, Sanger High’s Varsity Boys Baseball team hopes to overcome every challenge they face this season. According to Varsity Boys Baseball Coach David Cuellar, the team is currently 13-6 while last season the team finished 21-6. ...

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M.A.D. 4 Melody makes a wish come true

By Cheryl Senn This past Friday, three-year-old Melody Gallardo’s wish came true. Melody had been wanting to go to Disneyland as her Make A Wish wish.  The Sanger High School(SHS) students made that wish a reality by presenting Melody and ...

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Sanger Police Officer of the Year, Detective Abraham Ruiz, dedicated to keeping the community safe

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Police Department’s (SPD) 2017 Police Officer of the Year is Detective Abraham Ruiz. Ruiz has been serving the City of Sanger for nine years, according to SPD Police Chief Silver Rodriguez. “I am currently assigned ...

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