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Youthful art celebrated in February

By Cheryl Senn During the month of February youth organized and youth inspired art were the main focus. The regularly scheduled February Art Hop & Shop was accentuated by a couple more art shows. First, the Sanger Unified School District ...

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A very moving Four Chaplains’ Day Inter-Faith Service held at Saint Mary’s Catholic Church

By Cheryl Senn On February 13, the 51st Anniversary observance of the American Legion Department of California Four Chaplains’ Day Inter-Faith Service took place at Saint Mary’s Catholic Church, for the first time in Sanger. American Legion post representatives travelled ...

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Sanger 3rd most active real estate market in Fresno County

Contributed The latest report confirms that Sanger continues as the 3rd most active real estate market in the County, trailing number one Fresno and number two Clovis, according to a press release from the City of Sanger. In its December ...

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Every Can, Every Day, Whatever It Takes…the new Sanger High Waste Diversion Program

By Cheryl Senn When it came time for Sanger High Senior Zachary Perez to choose a Senior Project, a waste diversion project was at the top of Perez’s list. The Sanger High School Waste Diversion Program was began as a ...

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Sanger’s Point In Time Count, helping to meet the needs of local homeless

By Cheryl Senn Twelve volunteers, worked for four hours, to count the number of homeless in the community of Sanger. “We are hoping that this count will lead to more services tailored to helping the homeless and their specific needs,” ...

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New Sanger City Manager Tim Chapa, striving to make Sanger the best city in the Valley

By Cheryl Senn As of Thursday, January 21, 2016, Tim Chapa is the new official Sanger City Manager. Right after he was sworn in Chapa addressed the Council and those in attendance. “I think I have a unique commitment to ...

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Strategy Session on reducing secondhand/thirdhand smoke exposure in Sanger apartments

By Cheryl Senn Community members were recently invited to a Midwest Academy Strategy Chart Session. The goal of the session was to brainstorm on how to reduce secondhand/thirdhand smoke exposure in apartments in the community of Sanger. The ultimate goal ...

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Delilah’s Gourmet Goodies brings the iconic sweet smell of chocolate to downtown Sanger

by Javier Navarro A sweet new addition to Sanger downtown just opened on December 19, 2015. Delilah’s Gourmet Goodies, is a bakery business, located at 626 ‘O’ Street, and is owned by Delilah Elizondo. Delilah also sells her items at ...

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Interim City Manager, Dayle Keller, recognized by City Council for her service

By Cheryl Senn Interim City Manager, Dayle Keller, was recognized by the Sanger City Council, at last Thursday’s council meeting. Sanger Mayor Pro Tem Raul Cantu, said, “Dayle, it is great pleasure to publicly thank you for the service you ...

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Local M.O.F.O. Band, shares mindset and way of life with every performance

By Cheryl Senn The Magikal Orgasmic Funk Overload (MOFO) Band shares their mindset, and way of life, via their music, with all who are open to listen. The MOFO Band is made up of friends, with some of them being ...

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