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Abbott and Martinez making protective masks for those at risk in the community

By Cheryl Senn Ana Abbott and local seamstress Lucy Martinez have made more than 200 masks for local medical personnel, first responders, homeless and community members who need them. They plan on making more. Abbott said she wanted to start ...

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Sanger Fire, CERT team, and community members deliver food and necessities to homebound Senior Citizens

By Anahi Jaramillo With the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have been ordered to stay home to avoid getting sick. The group most affected are the elderly citizens who have been told to stay indoors and avoid going ...

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SUSD temporarily suspends in-classroom instruction to keep students and the community safe

By Cheryl Senn It was not an easy decision or a fast decision for the leaders of Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) to close all of the SUSD school campuses. The decision to close the all the school site campuses ...

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Blossom Trail Festival fun for the whole family

By Cheryl Senn Downtown Sanger was a busy place this past Saturday with the attendance for the City of Sanger Blossom Trail Run, Sanger Chamber of Commerce Blossom Festival and Car Show. More than 900 runners participated in the Blossom ...

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Blossom Bus Tour filled with local beautiful sights, sounds and tastes

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger District Chamber of Commerce Blossom Bus Tour was a sold out two-day event filled with blossoms, tastes, sounds and sights of the world famous Blossom Trail. Those on the tour had a variety of stops ...

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Step back in time with the Centennial celebration at the Minkler Cash Store

By Cheryl Senn You can take a step back in time when you visit the Minker Cash Store during their Centennial Celebration this weekend, February 29, 2020. When you first enter the store you can see locals sitting at the ...

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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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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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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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