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Sanger Chamber Farmers Market season kicked off by Apache Marching Band & Cheer

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High School (SHS) Marching Band, Colorguard and Cheer Squad, helped the Sanger District Chamber of Commerce kick off the Sanger Farmers Market season with a live performance, downtown. The September 7th Farmers Market was the ...

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Council member Hurtado’s Town Hall meeting focused on District I needs

By Cheryl Senn More than 20 community members attended Sanger City Council member Esmeralda Hurtado’s first Town Hall meeting recently. The Town Hall meeting, for District I, was held at the Wilson MPR. After a brief welcome and introductions of ...

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Congressman TJ Cox shares leadership and literacy with SACS students

By Cheryl Senn Sanger Academy Charter School (SACS) leadership students were able to sit with California’s 21st District Congressman TJ Cox during his recent visit, and gain some insight into what a typical day of a congressman would be like ...

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Sanger Woman’s Club receives $4,000 Home Depot community project grant to help with upgrades

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Woman’s Club clubhouse was the beneficiary of a $4,000 Community Impact Grant which helped with some much needed upgrades for clubhouse kitchen and bathrooms.  Cole Pierce, Assistant Manager of the Kings Canyon Home Depot store ...

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Sanger Youth Council prepares students for Back to School

By Cheryl Senn More than 300 backpacks were given away at the recent Sanger Youth Council Back to School Luau. Kids, ages 5-17, were able to receive a backpack and then pick up school supplies. The supplies included folders, markers, ...

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HOPE Sanger’s summer spaghetti fundraiser a success

By Isaiah Lopez More than 50 spaghetti plate tickets were sold for this year’s HOPE Sanger Annual Spaghetti Plate Fundraiser.  HOPE Sanger Annual Spaghetti Plate Fundraiser took place on Saturday, earlier this month. The pick up location happened at the ...

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City Council adopts a Housing Element Update/ General Plan amendment with six sites rezoned

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger City Council unanimously voted 3-0 to adopt Resolution No. 2019-30 approving General Plan Amendment No. 2019-01 to amend the City of Sanger’s 2025 General Plan for specified land use designations to implement the City of ...

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Celebrating summer at the Sanger Sunflower Maze

By Cheryl Senn More than 24 varieties of sunflowers make up the Centerville Fruit Station Sunflower Maze which now has a new location at 106 S. Academy, just south of Academy and 180. According to Vicky and Joseph Herkel, due ...

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Community input on recreation features for Veterans Park assist with Prop 68 grant application

By Cheryl Senn There have been multiple community meetings to gather input for the Prop 68 State of California Parks & Water Board grant application for the Statewide Park Development & Community Revitalization Program, to help determine the recreational features ...

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Inaugural Battle of the Badges, a great way to build teamwork between public safety first responders

By Cheryl Senn What began, two months ago, as a challenge jokingly made from Sanger Police Department (SPD) Officer Fernando Garcia to Sanger Fire Department (SFD) firefighter/paramedic Brian Puga, turned into a big softball competition between the two public safety ...

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