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“Shrek the Musical” a great theater experience for the whole family

By Cheryl Senn Record number of people are attending the current Apache Theatre Production, “Shrek the Musical,” according to Sanger High Drama teacher and Apache Theatre Director Erica Mardirosian. “Opening night is usually pretty big, but this year more than ...

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Apache boys tennis, very serious about their game

By Cheryl Senn The Apache Boys Tennis team has improved a ton over the past year, according to Apache Boys Tennis Coach Jeremy Warkentin. “I really give the kids all the credit,” said Warkentin,”they’ve all put in a ton of ...

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Strive For What You Believe

By Benjamin James Ayala/Guest Columnist Some days I ask myself, where would I be if I had not experienced the trials and errors that I have. How much different would life be if I gave in to the moments that ...

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Socorro Deaver, building a firefighting community, with proceeds from inaugural Jim Deaver Fire Academy Scholarship

By Benjamin James Ayala The Jim Deaver 2017 Fire Academy Scholarship fund committee has organized an event to help with the funds for the inaugural scholarship. The 1st Annual Fire Fighters in the Making Fundraiser barbeque on March 26th at ...

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Apache Girls Lacrosse getting more strategic and aggressive this season

By Benjamin James Ayala Sanger High School (SHS) Girls Lacrosse’s second official season begins with a close game against an aged Edison Tigers team and with the hosting of the first Lacrosse tournament in the city’s history. “It was a ...

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Sanger Eagles Hall makeover updates facility for community events

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Eagles Post 1147 Hall recently received a much need makeover. Eagles board member Denny Noller gave a tour of all the updated details. First, four and half booths were removed from the east wall in ...

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The best rewards are the ones earned within you and your character

By Benjamin James Ayala, Guest Columnist What is the purpose of winning? Is it to receive trophies or medals or to have bragging rights over others? It is not about the materialistic or boastful rewards, but about the experience and ...

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Helping to build an accomplished district, Richard Sepulveda, SUSD Chamber Educator of the Year

By Cheryl Senn Richard Sepulveda, Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) Chief Operations Officer, is the 2017 SUSD Sanger Chamber Educator of the Year award winner. Sepulveda said he was surprised and never thought about being recognized. “I am teary-eyed and ...

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Be the type of person you want to meet

By Cheryl Senn Over the past week, I have had the opportunity to meet new people, in meetings, gatherings, or out on the road, taking photos at events. As I was introduced to a variety of people, from different backgrounds ...

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Student artistic expression exhibited at SUSD Youth Art Month Competition

By Benjamin James Ayala Last Saturday, Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) showcased the art of elementary school students, from throughout the district, at the Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) Arts Gallery, for the Youth Art Month Showcase. This art showcases ...

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