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Rumble at the Rec returns to Sanger Community Center

By Cheryl Senn It has been more than nine years since the City of Sanger hosted a “Rumble at the Rec” boxing tournament, according to the Sanger Boxing Program Head Coach Mario Irazoqui Sr.  More than 5o boxers participated in the two-day event which had boxers travel from as far…...

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Sanger in good position to move forward, Sanger Mayor Gonzalez stated at State of the City Address

By Cheryl Senn “I think we are in a good position. The new City Manager has a really solid team in place. As we keep moving forward, we’ll keep having meetings like this,”said Sanger Mayor Frank Gonzalez.  The State of the City Address included introductions of City Councilmembers and city…...

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Water and Sewer infrastructure leads the Sanger City Council 2024-25 Budget priority list

By Cheryl Senn At the April 4th Sanger City Council meeting, Sanger City Council member Michael Montelongo motioned,with a unanimous vote, to approve the Council Priorities for the 2024-25 Budget with the ‘Investing in Water and Sewer Infrastructure’ at the top of the list with the rest of the priorities…...

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Angela Yambupah, second female Sgt in history of Sanger PD

By Cheryl Senn At the March 21, 2024 Sanger City Council meeting, Sanger Police Officer Angela Yambupah was promoted to Sergeant.  Yambupah was sworn in by Sanger City Clerk Becky Ramirez and her new badge was pinned on by her brother.  According to Sanger Police Chief Greg Garner the last…...

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Sanger Chamber 99th Annual Community Awards Banquet will celebrate the best of Sanger

By Cheryl Senn The venue for the 99th Annual Sanger Chamber Community Awards Banquet may have changed but the event is packed with award winning and respected community members who will be recognized throughout the evening.  This year’s awards banquet will be held at Hobb’s Grove for the first time…...

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Mary Lombardo, City of Sanger Woman of the Year 2024

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Woman’s Club Clubhouse was filled with City of Sanger Woman of the Year nominees and their families and friends. The annual event was bigger, with more nominees, the addition of entertainment and live painting demonstrations by local artist Kathleen Mattox and Chieko Delgado.  The City…...

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Sanger PD K-9 Unit’s visit provides a learning experience for Reagan third graders

By Cheryl Senn It was an exciting afternoon for the Reagan Elementary School third graders and their teachers when the Sanger Police Department K-9 unit Officers and K-9s visited the campus.  K-9 Officer Julian Aceves-Cruz with K-9 Skye and K-9 Officer Daniel Battenfield with K-9 Rocky drove onto the campus…...

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Sanger Chamber Blossom Trail Bus Tour highlights wineries, breweries and blossoms

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger District Chamber of Commerce(SDCC) hosted their annual Blossom Trail Bus Tour this past weekend with returning and new bus riders.  According to the SDCC President/CEO Karen Pearson, there were 48 people aboard the Blossom Trail Bus. “There were about 20 new people and the rest…...

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City of Sanger receives over $5M in grants for transportation projects for the 2024-2028 fiscal years

By Cheryl Senn The City of Sanger just received three grants totaling over $5M that will help with roads, alleys and bike route projects.  According to City of Sanger Public Works Director John Mulligan, these are competitive grants that are managed through the Fresno Council of Governments. Mulligan added that…...

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New City Manager Olson looking forward to leading the team in the next phase of growth for Sanger

By Cheryl Senn With a unanimous 5-0 vote, on February 1, 2024, the Sanger City Council voted to adopt Resolution No. 2023-04 approving the Employment Agreement with Nathan Olson to serve as the City Manager for the City of Sanger for the next two years.  “I am feeling a little…...

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Rumble at the Rec returns to Sanger Community Center

By Cheryl Senn It has been more than nine years since the City of Sanger hosted a “Rumble at the Rec” boxing tournament, according to the Sanger Boxing Program Head Coach Mario Irazoqui Sr.  More than 5o boxers participated in the two-day event which had boxers travel from as far…...

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Sanger in good position to move forward, Sanger Mayor Gonzalez stated at State of the City Address

By Cheryl Senn “I think we are in a good position. The new City Manager has a really solid team in place. As we keep moving forward, we’ll keep having meetings like this,”said Sanger Mayor Frank Gonzalez.  The State of the City Address included introductions of City Councilmembers and city…...

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Water and Sewer infrastructure leads the Sanger City Council 2024-25 Budget priority list

By Cheryl Senn At the April 4th Sanger City Council meeting, Sanger City Council member Michael Montelongo motioned,with a unanimous vote, to approve the Council Priorities for the 2024-25 Budget with the ‘Investing in Water and Sewer Infrastructure’ at the top of the list with the rest of the priorities…...

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Angela Yambupah, second female Sgt in history of Sanger PD

By Cheryl Senn At the March 21, 2024 Sanger City Council meeting, Sanger Police Officer Angela Yambupah was promoted to Sergeant.  Yambupah was sworn in by Sanger City Clerk Becky Ramirez and her new badge was pinned on by her brother.  According to Sanger Police Chief Greg Garner the last…...

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Sanger Chamber 99th Annual Community Awards Banquet will celebrate the best of Sanger

By Cheryl Senn The venue for the 99th Annual Sanger Chamber Community Awards Banquet may have changed but the event is packed with award winning and respected community members who will be recognized throughout the evening.  This year’s awards banquet will be held at Hobb’s Grove for the first time…...

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Mary Lombardo, City of Sanger Woman of the Year 2024

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Woman’s Club Clubhouse was filled with City of Sanger Woman of the Year nominees and their families and friends. The annual event was bigger, with more nominees, the addition of entertainment and live painting demonstrations by local artist Kathleen Mattox and Chieko Delgado.  The City…...

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Sanger PD K-9 Unit’s visit provides a learning experience for Reagan third graders

By Cheryl Senn It was an exciting afternoon for the Reagan Elementary School third graders and their teachers when the Sanger Police Department K-9 unit Officers and K-9s visited the campus.  K-9 Officer Julian Aceves-Cruz with K-9 Skye and K-9 Officer Daniel Battenfield with K-9 Rocky drove onto the campus…...

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Sanger Chamber Blossom Trail Bus Tour highlights wineries, breweries and blossoms

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger District Chamber of Commerce(SDCC) hosted their annual Blossom Trail Bus Tour this past weekend with returning and new bus riders.  According to the SDCC President/CEO Karen Pearson, there were 48 people aboard the Blossom Trail Bus. “There were about 20 new people and the rest…...

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City of Sanger receives over $5M in grants for transportation projects for the 2024-2028 fiscal years

By Cheryl Senn The City of Sanger just received three grants totaling over $5M that will help with roads, alleys and bike route projects.  According to City of Sanger Public Works Director John Mulligan, these are competitive grants that are managed through the Fresno Council of Governments. Mulligan added that…...

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New City Manager Olson looking forward to leading the team in the next phase of growth for Sanger

By Cheryl Senn With a unanimous 5-0 vote, on February 1, 2024, the Sanger City Council voted to adopt Resolution No. 2023-04 approving the Employment Agreement with Nathan Olson to serve as the City Manager for the City of Sanger for the next two years.  “I am feeling a little…...

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