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Rain or shine, Apache baseball is ready to play and win

By Cheryl Senn Having to deal with a rain delay of game was something the Apaches had never dealt with before, according to Apache Varsity Head Baseball Coach David Cuellar. “This is the first time I’ve been through a rain ...

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Apache Challenge builds camaraderie during day of competition

By Berenice Vargas Sanger High’s Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC) hosted their sixth annual Apache Challenge in which 11 area schools participated in on Feb. 24. “The Apache Challenge is a combined athletic and drill competition consisting of ...

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Sanger Boy Scout Pack 322 and Troop 322, celebrating anniversary and community involvement

By Cheryl Senn Sanger Cub Scout Pack 322 will be celebrating their second anniversary in Sanger, in May of this year, according to the Boy Scout Chartered Organization Representative Bobbi Ann Phillips. In addition to the Cub Scout Pack two-year ...

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Busy as a Bee

By Cheryl Senn “When the flower blossoms, the bee will come.” – Srikumar Rao Last weekend I took a couple of hours to drive around the countryside of Sanger and stop and take some photos of almond blossoms. I stood ...

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Brachiosaurus revealed at 2nd Annual UNI-REX Open House is ready for competition

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High School (SHS) Team 5817 UNI-REX held their 2nd Annual Open House at the Sanger Robotics Barn, to reveal their 2018 First Power Up Robot, named Brachiosaurus.  There are 32 members to the team this ...

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City hosts Ribbon Cuttings for EV Charging Station and Sanger Park Renovations

By Cheryl Senn The second week of February was busy for the City of Sanger as they held Ribbon Cuttings for three dual port Level 2 Electric Vehicle( EV) chargers located at City Hall and the completion of the Sanger ...

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Sanger Unified is part of America’s space program

Mission 12 Press Release Fairmont Elementary School and Sanger High School have pioneered Fresno County’s first Student Spaceflight Experiments Program (SSEP). This large scale vertical articulation between schools provided an amazing opportunity for our students with an authentic space program ...

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SUSD 3rd graders taking a trip back in time to learn about Sanger’s history

By Cheryl Senn This is the second year that all Sanger Unified School District(SUSD) third graders have had the opportunity to tour the Sanger Depot Museum and Sanger City Hall to be able to learn more about Sanger history and ...

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Apache Girls Wrestling is focusing on post season Central Section Championships

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High School (SHS) Apache Girl’s Wrestling team won their double dual line up, last week, at home. The Apaches took on the Orange Cove Titans and the Reedley Pirates.  The Apaches beat the Titans by ...

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Sanger Firefighter’s Association donates $500, during Burn Relay, to AARBF

By Cheryl Senn For more than 10 years, the Sanger Firefighter’s Association (SFA) has donated to the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation (AARBF).  This year, the SFA donated $500 to the AARBF during their annual Burn Relay. The Burn Relay ...

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