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Sanger High Cross Country completes first 5K at Mooney Grove Park

By Anahi Jaramillo “We’re training for November,” said Apache cross country head coach Sean Marzolf. The Apaches have been training for 15 weeks not and have completed their last race of the series including the Sanger Invitational, Woodbridge and finally ...

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Sanger High Alumni, Abby Kelley, has her sights on becoming a competitive archer

By Abby Kelley Abby Kelley, a 19-year-old, 2021 Sanger High Graduate and part time Fresno State student, is making progress in the sport she has participated in for 7 years.  Kelley began her journey with archery seven years ago at ...

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Sanger Chamber downtown Street Fair & Farmer’s Markets conclude this Saturday

By Cheryl Senn September is the month for the Sanger District Chamber of Commerce Street Fair and Farmer’s Market series. Every Saturday has a different theme. The week themes were Military and First Responders, Disney Night and Country Night. The ...

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Apache XC team performs well at Woodbridge Invitational

by Coach Sean Marzolf Congratulations to the Sanger High School Varsity Cross Country as they competed at the 41st Annual Woodbridge invitational in Irvine, CA!!! This invitational is one of the biggest in the XC meets in the country with ...

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Climate change in the Central Valley

By Anahi Jaramillo Last week the State of California experienced a heat wave that was felt from Southern California all the way up to Northern California.  Cities like Fresno and Sacramento reached all time highs of temperatures, breaking records either ...

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Student Sections are coming full of energy for 2022 football season

By Anahi Jaramillo/Cheryl Senn Student sections across the nation have shifted the paradigm of how students celebrate their athletic teams. For years even in college settings, student sections have been known for the energy they give their teams.  Many things ...

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Relieve stress, and have fun coloring with friends at the Sanger Library

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Branch of the Fresno County Public Library has a new program called ‘Coloring with Friends’, which is promoted by the Sanger Friends of the Library and hosted by local Pastor Jessica Guerra. The coloring program ...

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SHS Club Rush 2022, a chance for more fun during school year

By Cheryl Senn The more than 3,000 students who attend Sanger High School (SHS) filled the quad area, on campus, during lunch, to find the club or clubs that they wanted to join, during SHS Club Rush 2022. Some clubs ...

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Sanger High Girls Volleyball heads into 2022 season with familiar faces

By Anahi Jaramillo The Sanger High School varsity girls volleyball team has started their new season with many returning faces. Though the team has faced many challenges so early on in their season, the team is still excited to see ...

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Discover hidden treasures with travel tips from Ibarra

By Nick Ibarra, Guest Travel Writer As an amateur traveler, one of the things I’m most often asked is:  how do you find all these amazing places to visit?  People wonder if I use a travel agent, or if someone books all ...

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