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Apache Boys Soccer victorious in Qtr Final playoff OT win against Edison Tigers

By Anahi Jaramillo In the most intense game of the season, the Apache Boys Soccer team won the quarter final playoff game against the Edison Tigers with the score of 3-2. The Apaches went into overtime after ending the game ...

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Bret Harmon, Sanger’s new Administrative Services Director, more than a numbers guy

By Cheryl Senn The City of Sanger recently introduced Bret Harmon as the new Administrative Services Director, at a Sanger City Council meeting. Harmon said Sanger has a good feel to it. “It has the opportunity to grow,”said Harmon,”And there ...

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SHS ACADEC earns 1st place Div 2, 2nd place overall, and 28 medals at Fresno County Competition

By Anahi Jaramillo Sanger High School’s (SHS) Academic Decathlon participated in Fresno County’s United States Academic Decathlon competition on Saturday, February 1st on the Central East High Campus. 29 schools competed showing off their skills after hours, and months of ...

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Apache girls soccer ends season strong as they make their way to playoffs

By Anahi Jaramillo The Apache Girls Varsity Soccer team ended their league season against the Madera Coyotes, losing the game 3-1. The girls’ record in league was 4-6, leaving them seated at number six and will host the Monache Marauders ...

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1951 SHS Valley Champion Football team leads list of 2020 SHS Athletic Hall of Fame inductees

Sanger High 2020 Hall of Fame Press Release The 1951 first-ever Valley Championship football team, which helped to fuel this community’s long commitment to Apache football, will be the second team inducted into the Sanger High Athletic Hall of Fame, ...

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Savor the Flavor of Sanger

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 is the first one in s series, which is being launched in hopes of bringing awareness to ...

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Hopes are high as Apache Boys Soccer nears end of season

By Anahi Jaramillo As the season takes its final steps in league and then to playoffs, the Apache Boys Soccer team continues to come out on top with a 17-3-5 overall record and a 4-2-3 league record. On Friday, January ...

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“Many languages, One voice” celebrated at 9th annual John Wash Multicultural Night

By Cheryl Senn It was a night devoted to celebrating Many Languages, One Voice, as John Wash Elementary hosted their 9th Annual Multicultural Night. More than 250 students and parents attended the highly popular event. According to John Wash Elementary ...

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Sanger Fire Department moving into a new era with a new department patch

By Anahi Jaramillo The Sanger Fire Department is saying their farewells to the old patch that they’ve had for 25 years and are welcoming a new design and logo for the department. The department has been in service for 109 ...

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New Interim Police Chief, Galvin, looking to make a difference in Sanger, in a job he loves

By Cheryl Senn Sanger Police Department’s new Interim Police Chief Gerald Galvin brings more than 35 years of experience as a police chief and more than 30 years experience in the Marine Corp, to the Sanger community. “I was very ...

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