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Honest, quality, and fast service offered at Sanger Smog Shop

By Greg Coronado Our journey through life can have many twist, turns and of course obstacles for us to overcome. Our journey may not be predictable but what is certain is that we will encounter someone somewhere along the way ...

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Unity Estates Kid’s Choice Awards honor and appreciate community members

By Cheryl Senn During a special appreciation lunch, six community leaders and organizations were honored with the Unity Estates inaugural Kid’s Choice Awards, during the week of Thanksgiving. Unity Estates Family and Children’s Program Director Ali Valencia said the kids ...

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Gong’s IGA Market celebrating first year of Breastfeeding Room

By Cheryl Senn Gong’s IGA Market celebrated their first year at providing a Breastfeeding and Baby Changing Room for its employees and customers, this past Saturday. Gong’s also highlighted their Healthy Checkout, where customers can choose healthy snacks at the ...

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Sanger Downtown Business Association is lighting up downtown Sanger

By Cheryl Senn Downtown Sanger will be looking a little brighter this holiday season with the addition of more than 96 strings of lights which will adorn the trees which line 7th Street. The Sanger Downtown Business Association (SDBA) raised ...

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Newly renamed Sanger Bible Church, not My church but His church

By Cheryl Senn On a recent Saturday afternoon, a renaming celebration was held by the Sanger Bible Church (SBC), formerly called the Sierra View Community Church. According to Pastor Pete Hingano, it took a couple of months to choose the ...

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6th Annual Sanger Veterans Parade Grand Marshal Gladys Adame-Nichols

Compiled by Cheryl Senn The 6th Annual Sanger Veterans Parade will take place this Saturday, at 11am. The parade will include school, community, and military organizations, in procession along Jensen Avenue. The Grand Marshal was announced as local veteran Sergeant ...

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Sanger firefighter, Howlett, now licensed to serve the community as a paramedic

By Cheryl Senn It’s official. Sanger Fire now has another California state licensed paramedic to serve the community. Sanger Firefighter/Paramedic Levi Howlett just completed the National Registry requirements, in August, to be a registered California state licensed paramedic with Fresno ...

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Building trust between public safety and community at annual open house event

By Cheryl Senn More than 500 people visited the Sanger Fire and Police Departments during their 4th annual Open House event. Sanger Police Chief Silver Rodriguez said the event was a public safety event for both the Sanger Fire and ...

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Annual Jensen Avenue Clean Up, making a good impression on guests entering the City

By Cheryl Senn More than 26 42-gallon bags of trash was collected by more than 10 volunteers this past Saturday morning, from along Jensen Avenue, according to Sanger Parks & Recreation Supervisor Daniel Galvez. Bella Lopez, Recycling Coordinator for Mid ...

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Recent Friend’s Day celebrated a united fellowship of more than 12 Sanger churches

By Isaiah Lopez On a very special afternoon, more than 12 Sanger churches, with more than 900 people, gathered at Greenwood Park, this past Sunday afternoon. The variety of church pastors and congregations hosted its first ever Sanger community-wide Friend’s ...

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