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Women displayed talent at Women’s History Month Art Show at City Hall

By Cheryl Senn This is the second year the City of Sanger has celebrated Women’s History Month with variety of activities and recognitions. Sanger City Council member Melissa Hurtado, who represents District I, organized the activities with the assistance and ...

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National School Walkout, a peaceful, on campus event, at Sanger High

By Cheryl Senn More than 200 students participated in the recent National School Walkout event at SHS. The SHS students joined thousands from throughout the Nation, to take a moment to recognize the 17 victims of Parkland’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas ...

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SWC’s “Stuffy Project” helps comfort children in crisis

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Woman’s Club (SWC) donated 40 packages of stuffed animals and blankets, from this year’s “Stuffy Project” collection, to Sanger Police and Fire Department chiefs and personnel.  The donation took place during the monthly SWC meeting ...

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Sanger Boy Scout Pack 322 and Troop 322, celebrating anniversary and community involvement

By Cheryl Senn Sanger Cub Scout Pack 322 will be celebrating their second anniversary in Sanger, in May of this year, according to the Boy Scout Chartered Organization Representative Bobbi Ann Phillips. In addition to the Cub Scout Pack two-year ...

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City hosts Ribbon Cuttings for EV Charging Station and Sanger Park Renovations

By Cheryl Senn The second week of February was busy for the City of Sanger as they held Ribbon Cuttings for three dual port Level 2 Electric Vehicle( EV) chargers located at City Hall and the completion of the Sanger ...

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Sanger Firefighter’s Association donates $500, during Burn Relay, to AARBF

By Cheryl Senn For more than 10 years, the Sanger Firefighter’s Association (SFA) has donated to the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation (AARBF).  This year, the SFA donated $500 to the AARBF during their annual Burn Relay. The Burn Relay ...

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After 31 years, Sgt. Steve Gaucin, who has always loved police work, has retired

By Cheryl Senn When Sergeant Steve Gaucin went to work on Monday, January 29, 2018, it was not only his 55th birthday, but it was going to be his last day of more than 31 years of serving with the ...

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All UHC services under one roof with recent grand opening of the Sanger Heath Center

By Cheryl Senn Having access to all of United Health Centers medical services under one roof is now a reality with the grand opening of the Sanger Health Center, the 14th United Health Centers (UHC) in the Valley.  “It is ...

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Making wishes come true with ‘Make A Difference’ project at SHS

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High gym was filled with Disney-themed decorations and cheering teens, in honor of the Sanger High School (SHS) 2018 Make A Difference(MAD) Kick Off Rally.  The SHS’s 6th year hosting a MAD fundraiser, which will ...

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Adolfo’s Barbershop, bringing the passion of a fresh clean haircut to Sanger

By Cheryl Senn Long-time clients of Adolfo Duarte now have a new Sanger location to get their hair cut.  Adolfo’s Barbershop opened its doors on May 10, 2017 with three chairs and three barbers, including Duarte. Duarte has more than ...

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