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Apache varsity football gearing up for a challenging season

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High School (SHS) Apache Varsity Football team is preparing for a tough Division 2 season with focused full gear practices as of last week. The first official day of practice was July 29, 2019 and ...

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New SUMC Pastors, Cesar and Miriam, look forward to connecting with community members

By Cheryl Senn Sanger United Methodist Church (SUMC) has a new pastor, Pastor Cesar Garcia. Garcia’s wife, Miriam Peralta, will also be serving the church and community of Sanger. July 7, 2019, Garcia gave his first sermon, titled “Trust In ...

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Even small steps will get you where you’re going

By Cheryl Senn Two weeks ago, as I was preparing to leave for a family vacation, I experienced abdominal pain. The pain kept getting worse and worse and then it became unbearable. I called my family doctor and I went ...

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SHS XC Camp & Watermelon Run had record breaking participation

By Isaiah Lopez The Sanger High Cross Country (XC) hosted its annual Running with Apaches Camp & Watermelon Run/Race with record breaking participation. The Running with Apaches Camp took place on July 16-20 and concluded with the Watermelon Run/Race on ...

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HOPE Sanger’s summer spaghetti fundraiser a success

By Isaiah Lopez More than 50 spaghetti plate tickets were sold for this year’s HOPE Sanger Annual Spaghetti Plate Fundraiser.  HOPE Sanger Annual Spaghetti Plate Fundraiser took place on Saturday, earlier this month. The pick up location happened at the ...

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Carrying on community traditions

By Cheryl Senn I recently attended the 24th Annual Jenni Park 4th of July Parade. This is a community parade that is organized by members of the neighborhood where it is held. This is not a City or Chamber hosted ...

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Sanger 4th was full of family, friends, fireworks and fun

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger 4th of July was filled with family, friends, fireworks and fun this year, as the 4th was celebrated with the 24th annual Jenni Park Parade and the City of Sanger 4th of July Spectacular. A ...

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Apache volleyball experience that went well beyond the court

Contributed This year, Dallas, Texas hosted the 2019 Boys Junior National Championships for volleyball. The event included hundreds of teams competing in divisions  from 12-18 years old. Most age groups included open (top level teams that qualified through regional competitions), USA ...

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City Council adopts a Housing Element Update/ General Plan amendment with six sites rezoned

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger City Council unanimously voted 3-0 to adopt Resolution No. 2019-30 approving General Plan Amendment No. 2019-01 to amend the City of Sanger’s 2025 General Plan for specified land use designations to implement the City of ...

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Words have power

By Cheryl Senn Words are simple every day things we use to communicate with. Words, when written and said at the right time someone needs to hear them make them powerful. I was having a horrible day on Monday. Both ...

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