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Navigating life’s obstacles

By Cheryl Senn In order to make it from one end of town to the other, a driver will have to adjust their normal driving patterns. Even an experience driver, who uses the alley ways to get to destinations quicker, ...

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New Parks & Recreation Supervisor Joaquin Zamora, experienced and ready to grow with the City

By Cheryl Senn Back when new City of Sanger Parks & Recreation Supervisor Joaquin Zamora was a child in school he had no idea recreation would be his calling. Zamora says this is an exciting time for him and his ...

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SHS Varsity Girls Tennis team focused on fitness and fundamentals

By Berenice Vargas Sanger High School’s Varsity Girls Tennis team is aiming to win CMAC and Division II Valley for this year’s season after practicing all summer, and everyday, after school. “My goal is to develop students. We want our ...

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New SHS Student Center assistant, Robin Goulart, wants to provide a positive office experience for students and staff

By Berenice Vargas Now helping Sanger High School (SHS) students make payments for extra-curricular activities, fundraisers, sports, etc. is new Clerical Assistant II Robin Goulart. “I’m excited to be part of the [Sanger Unified School District] SUSD family and the ...

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Prayers for my Texas Family, from Jaime, who made it home from Texas, before Harvey hit

By Jaime Garza You see I was born in Weslaco, Texas, but was raised the City of Sanger, California, with my family, which included my brother and sister, in all 11 of us. But back in the early 40’s, both ...

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“Kickin’ It” camp provided fun introduction and training for young soccer fans

By Cheryl Senn More than 50 kids, ages 5-12, were able to hone their soccer skills or play for the very first time, at the second annual Kickin’ It free soccer camp, hosted by Sanger Community Church. The free camp ...

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Drivers will experience noticeable improvements after 8th & “P” St reconstruction

By Cheryl Senn By the end of October, Sanger’s “P” Street will be looking and functioning a lot better, according to Sanger City Engineer Josh Rogers. The construction work on “P” Street is scheduled to last for 65 days and ...

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New shoes for a new school year, thanks to HOPE Sanger, Eagles, and Walmart

By Cheryl Senn More than 70 Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) students were on the list to receive a new pair of shoes on a recent Saturday morning. This is the fourth year Help Our People Emmanuel (HOPE) Sanger has ...

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A national eclipse experience

By Cheryl Senn “Nations, like stars, are entitled to eclipse. All is well, provided the light returns and the eclipse does not become endless night. Dawn and resurrection are synonymous. The reappearance of the light is the same as the ...

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New SUMC Pastor Neal Harris, looking forward to meeting people and learning about Sanger

By Cheryl Senn On July 2nd there was a new pastor, Pastor Neal Harris, preaching to the Sanger United Methodist Church (SUMC) congregation. “The bishop pointed me here to Sanger,” said Harris, who’s first full Sunday Service was on July ...

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