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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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SAC students shine in ‘Book Brawl’, a new literacy competition

By Anahi Jaramillo Sanger Academy Charter School hosted their inaugural ‘Book Brawl’. This event included kids from the grades 3rd-6th. 27 students participated in the competition on Thursday, January 23rd. Each grade level had a team of about four kids. ...

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Apache’s Luke Dillon breaks school records for scoring and 3-pointers in a game

By Cheryl Senn Sanger High School (SHS) Junior and Apache varsity boys basketball guard Luke Dillon said he felt shocked when he heard he broke the school record for points scored in one game and for the number of 3-pointers ...

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Library literacy event provides bonding time for parents and preschoolers

By Anahi Jaramillo On Thursday, January 16th, the Sanger Branch Library hosted an event that brought over 200 preschoolers and their families together, from Sanger Unified School District (SUSD), to kick start their love of reading at the Sanger Library. ...

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Tragedy triumphantly transformed

By Cheryl Senn At a recent Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) school board meeting, I saw how a family who experienced a great tragedy and loss was able to overcome an emotional obstacle and become triumphant.  During the recognition portion ...

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“We have fighters here”

By Anahi Jaramillo The Sanger Boxing Club has opened its doors to the youth in Sanger, allowing them the opportunity to stay out of the streets and build a passion for something new. Mario Garcia, the new head coach of ...

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SHS’ Garvis, a Carlston Family Foundation Outstanding Teacher of America Award winner

By Cheryl Senn Carmen Garvis, SHS Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Engineering Pathway Lead Teacher, Femineers Teacher & Engineering Club Advisor, is one of five recipients of the 2019 Carlston Family Foundation Outstanding Teachers of America Award. “I cannot say ...

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Lady Apache’s Compete for championship goals

By Anahi Jaramillo Girls wrestling competed this weekend at the 4th Annual Lady Apache Invitational. Eleven Apache wrestlers competed in the tournament. Of the whole tournament, Abbey Ellis placed second at the 150 pound weight class. Apache Wrestling Head Coach ...

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