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Sanger Fire Host Confined Space Rescue Technician Training

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Fire Department was the host for the California State Fire Marshal (CSFM)/International Association of Firefighters Confined Space Rescue Technician Training, during the week of April 28- May 2. Fire personnel from Sanger, Selma, Kingsburg, Cal ...

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Apache Varsity Baseball Sustain Loss vs Bullard 3-5

On Wednesday, April 23, the Sanger High Apache Varsity baseball team hosted the Bullard Knights. The final score was 3-5 Bullard. The Apaches play Bullard again, on Monday, April 28 at Bullard. Here are a few scenes from the April ...

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Sanger Woman’s Club Celebrates Federation Day With A Train Trip

By Cheryl Senn Seventeen Sanger Woman’s Club(SWC) members boarded an Amtrak train in celebration of General Federation of Woman’s Clubs (GFWC) Federation Day. The destination for the train trip was the city of Hanford, specifically, museums, historical sites, and Hanford ...

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Spring Fling On The Kings 2014

By Cheryl Senn The second annual Spring Fling Half Century Ride for the River was a big attraction for those participating in the fourth annual Spring Fling On The Kings fundraising event. Bicyclists from throughout the Central Valley rode their ...

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WAMS Cafe – April – “Reading In Middle School”

By Cheryl Senn The recent Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) Cafe focused on the topic, Reading In Middle School. WAMS principal Jamie Nino welcomed more than 25 parents to the April WAMS Cafe and gave a presentation on the expectations ...

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Sanger Earth Day Alley Clean-Up

By Cheryl Senn More than 15 volunteers participated in the City of Sanger Earth Day Alley Clean Up event. The volunteers were from Calvary Fellowship Church and Annadale Baptist Church youth groups, Sanger Boys & Girls Club, and Fairmont 4-H. ...

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Inaugural Street Smart Festival At Calvary Fellowship Church A Success

By Cheryl Senn More than 1,100 people were served at the inaugural Street Smart Festival, which was held at Calvary Fellowship Church. The main goal of the event was to reach a segment of the at-risk youth in the community, ...

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Del Rey Elementary Dedicates New Library To Toshi Mori

By Cheryl Senn The new Del Rey Family Library/Literacy Center will increase the student to book ratio to 49 books for every student, which is 21 books per student more than the state average. The library project was made a ...

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Even The Mightiest Of Us Need Help

By Cheryl Senn  “Eventually, we have to face the fact that we’re human…and that sometimes, even the mightiest of us need help.” – Dr. Meredith Grey, Grey’s Anatomy With all the busy lives we lead, there is no time for ...

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Sanger Apache Varsity Baseball Sustain A Loss At Home From Tigers

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High School Apache Varsity Baseball team hosted the Edison Tigers this past Friday. The Apaches were up with a score of 5-0 at the bottom of the fourth inning, but Edison came back and passed ...

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