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Sanger ‘Sing to Our King’ peaceful protestors march for worship freedom

By Anahi Jaramillo On Saturday, July 25th, a few hundred people attended the peaceful march of “Sing to Our King” hosted by the Upper Room Church. The march expected around 1000 people to attend, stated Associate Pastor of the Upper ...

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Its all about fruit, on Academy, with Hudson Farms Fruit Stand and The Fruit Station

By Anahi Jaramillo As you enter Sanger from either side of Academy Ave, you will come across both locally owned fruit stands that are well known in Sanger. Hudson Farms Fruit Stand is located as you enter Sanger on Academy ...

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All things must come to an end, iconic Sanger Nursery closing after 114 years

By Anahi Jaramillo The Sanger Nursery has announced that they are currently in the process of closing their business later this year. This iconic business, that has been in Sanger for over 100 years has made the unfortunate decision of ...

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Water solutions for Sanger

By Cheryl Senn The City of Sanger hosted a ribbon cutting to celebrate the new operations of the city’s new water systems and holding tank.  “What an exciting day, don’t you think?”, asked California Senator Melissa Hurtado, at the ribbon ...

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Box of HOPE event restocks shelves with much needed food

By Cheryl Senn More than 1,000 pounds of food and $679 in donations were collected at the recent HOPE Sanger Box of HOPE Drive Thru Food Donation Parade at the HOPE Sanger Facility. The donations will be used to “help ...

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Gourmet Goodies doing everything to ensure safety and comfort of shoppers

By Anahi Jaramillo Last week on Tuesday June 9th, Gourmet Goodies welcomed back their customers with delicious sweets and goodies. Owner Delilah Elizondo shared some words regarding finally opening up the store saying, “It feels really good, I’m missing my ...

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SPD’s newest Officer, Alex Guillen, looking forward to making positive impact on community

By Cheryl Senn The newest member of the Sanger Police Department, Rosario Alejandro “Alex”Guillen was sworn in on Monday, June 8, 2020. Guillen is a Sanger High School (SHS) graduate from the Class of 2013. After high school, Guillen the ...

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Academy Hardware, providing more than home improvement supplies during pandemic

By Anahi Jaramillo During Fresno’s stay at home order, there were still many stores open that were considered essential. While these stores continued to stay open for customers, many different procedures had to be put in place for the safety ...

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A Graduation to Remember for the high school seniors of SUSD

By Anahi Jaramillo Last week, from May 26th to May 29th, high school seniors from Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) participated in a virtual ceremony that will later be aired on June 5th. On Tuesday, May 26th, seniors from Kings ...

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Thank you to our Heroes

By Anahi Jaramillo Memorial Day is commemorated as a time to celebrate and remember those who have made their own sacrifices to serve and protect this country. Sanger Memorial Day Observance took place Monday morning, May 25th, at the Sanger ...

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