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The power to separate us

By Cheryl Senn “What binds us is a microbe – but it also has the power to separate us.” – Howard Markel, M.D., PhD. Markel was talking about the coronavirus and the affect it has had on people and their ...

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Sanger Fire Department welcomes Cervantes and Robinson to the ‘fire family”

By Anahi Jaramillo The Sanger Fire Department welcomed Chad Robinson and Jacob Cervantes to their ‘“fire family,” allowing them to pursue their passion in helping those in need. The first of the two, Chad Robinson, 28-years-old grew up in Fresno, ...

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SUSD provides student nutrition with Grab ‘n Go Meal Program

By Anahi Jaramillo Due to the recent pandemic of COVID-19, many school districts in California have made the decision of canceling in person classes for a certain amount of time. Gavin Newsom, governor of the state of California issued an ...

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Savor the Flavor of Sanger- Sun China Chinese Restaurant

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 2nd week, Sun China Chinese Restaurant, 1335 10th Street, Tues-Sunday 11am to 9pm, 875-4335. The most popular ...

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Savor the Flavor of Sanger, La Haciendita

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Scene is launching “Savor the Flavor of Sanger” and will be highlighting local restaurants/food/beverage businesses in Sanger. This week, La Haciendita, 1845 N. Academy. The most popular item ordered on the menu, this week, was the ...

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SUSD temporarily suspends in-classroom instruction to keep students and the community safe

By Cheryl Senn It was not an easy decision or a fast decision for the leaders of Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) to close all of the SUSD school campuses. The decision to close the all the school site campuses ...

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SUSD District Science Fair prepares students for Regional Science Fair

By Anahi Jaramillo Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) held their annual District Science Fair on Thursday, February 20th at Washington Academic Middle School. 6th-8th grade students each had their projects prepared to be judged, as well as elementary school classes ...

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Young Authors Fair inspires students to create their own stories

By Anahi Jaramillo Elementary students from Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) were able to become their very own authors by writing stories and creating their very own books. These students then attended the annual Young Authors Fair, where they were ...

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Blossom Trail Festival fun for the whole family

By Cheryl Senn Downtown Sanger was a busy place this past Saturday with the attendance for the City of Sanger Blossom Trail Run, Sanger Chamber of Commerce Blossom Festival and Car Show. More than 900 runners participated in the Blossom ...

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We are the Champions

By Anahi Jaramillo The Apache boys soccer team ended their season by making history, yet again, by winning the CIF Northern Regional Division II State Championship on Saturday, March 7th, in the Tom Flores Stadium. The Apaches hosted the CIF ...

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