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Frank Valles brings Me-N-Eds Mobile Pizza Party to Sanger

By Cheryl Senn Me-N-Eds Mobile Pizza Party is now available in Sanger and the Central Valley. Frank Valles Jr., former manager of Me-N-Eds Pizza on Bethel and Jensen, is now in charge of the newest way to enjoy Me-N-Eds Pizza. ...

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CA-21 Congressman TJ Cox’s inaugural Valiant Award winners, Mendoza and Echeveste-Duran, have a heart for service

By Cheryl Senn Two of the 12 women who were recognized during California’s 21st District Congressman TJ Cox’s inaugural Valiant Awards work in Sanger. Congratulations to Julie Mendoza, HOPE Sanger CEO/President and Angelita Echeveste-Duran, Resource Director for the Comprehensive Youth ...

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New Sanger Police Chief Greg Garner plans on uniting community against crime

By Cheryl Senn On Monday, August 17, 2020, City of Sanger’s new police chief, Greg Garner, was sworn in, and Garner went right to work on his first day.  “For the past 25 years, I have been at the staff ...

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Bethel Church provides essential school supplies to support academic success

By Anahi Jaramillo Five hundred incoming students received backpacks for this school year thanks to Bethel Church’s Annual Backpack Giveaway. Parents had the opportunity to call in and reserve for a backpack through Bethel Church. On Saturday, a time was ...

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Reedley Elks Gratitude Grant presented to HOPE Sanger

By Anahi Jaramillo This COVID-19 pandemic has left many nonprofit organizations with no way of fundraising for the individuals they aid. One of those nonprofits in Sanger that had to make the decision of cancelling fundraisers that involved community members ...

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Unlocking the savings in Sanger with recent ribbon cutting of Grocery Outlet

By Anahi Jaramillo The clip of a big pair of scissors marked the official Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting of Sanger’s newest grocery store, Grocery Outlet, on Thursday, July 30th. Grocery Outlet Independent Owners Jose Alfaro and Janice Sabile, hope ...

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Sanger ‘Sing to Our King’ peaceful protestors march for worship freedom

By Anahi Jaramillo On Saturday, July 25th, a few hundred people attended the peaceful march of “Sing to Our King” hosted by the Upper Room Church. The march expected around 1000 people to attend, stated Associate Pastor of the Upper ...

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Its all about fruit, on Academy, with Hudson Farms Fruit Stand and The Fruit Station

By Anahi Jaramillo As you enter Sanger from either side of Academy Ave, you will come across both locally owned fruit stands that are well known in Sanger. Hudson Farms Fruit Stand is located as you enter Sanger on Academy ...

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All things must come to an end, iconic Sanger Nursery closing after 114 years

By Anahi Jaramillo The Sanger Nursery has announced that they are currently in the process of closing their business later this year. This iconic business, that has been in Sanger for over 100 years has made the unfortunate decision of ...

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Water solutions for Sanger

By Cheryl Senn The City of Sanger hosted a ribbon cutting to celebrate the new operations of the city’s new water systems and holding tank.  “What an exciting day, don’t you think?”, asked California Senator Melissa Hurtado, at the ribbon ...

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