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Sanger High Choir fills the holidays with musical performances

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High Choir will be very busy this holiday season sharing their gift of song throughout the community. According to Sanger High Choir Director Dan Warneke, the choir has many performance dates lined up. Today, the ...

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Interim City Manager, Dayle Keller, gives an update, on the City, to Sanger Rotary Club

By Cheryl Senn Dayle Keller, Sanger Interim City Manager, was the guest speaker at the recent Sanger Rotary Club meeting. Keller shared some of her personal history and provided the club with an update on what was happening with the ...

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A night of laughter benefits the new Kings River High School Bigs Mentoring Program

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Community Center was filled with laughter, all evening, during the inaugural Stand Up For Stand Out Sanger Kids comedy fundraiser. The fundraiser benefited the Kings River High (KRH) School Bigs Mentoring Program which is being ...

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Sanger honored by League of Cities for Excellence in City-Business Relations

By Cheryl Senn Prior to the recent Sanger City Council meeting, a reception was held in honor of the City of Sanger receiving the 2015 Helen Putnam Award for Excellence in City-Business Relations for the Sanger Job Training Initiative. According ...

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Sanger Army Veteran Tony Velasquez Sr. named 2015 Veterans Day Parade Grand Marshal

Contributed – Press Release Please join us in honoring our VETERANS! This year the United States ARMY will be honored at the Sanger Veterans Day Parade. The Parade will take place on Saturday, November 7th with opening ceremonies at 10:30am ...

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Big Kahuna Frozen Yogurt, family friendly business giving back to the community

By Jesalyn Harper The Big Kahuna Frozen Yogurt might be a little shop, but it’s making big waves. It’s been months since the local RadioShack closed here in Sanger, leaving another vacant store. Yet, for the last couple of weeks ...

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Celebrate Halloween during October’s Sanger Art Hop & Shop

By Jesalyn Mae Harper The last Saturday of every month is the Sanger Art Hop. The art hop was put together by Kathleen Mattox to help not only promote local artists but also to try and draw people to the ...

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Sanger Fire rookies go through final training scenarios

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Fire Department held a scenario training session, this past Friday, for the newest department hires. The training, according to Senior Firefighter/Paramedic Greg DuPuis, allows the department to asses the new hires before they are assigned ...

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‘Tis The Season, a Nations Christmas Tree inspired shop, in downtown Sanger

By Jesalyn Harper In 1926 the General Grant Tree was made the Nation’s Christmas, in 1949 Sanger was honored with the title of Nation’s Christmas Tree City and needless to say Sanger is proud of that title. Sanger’s history with ...

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Sanger Chamber names Tammy Wolfe as new CEO/President

Contributed The Sanger District Chamber of Commerce announced, today, Monday, October 12, 2015, the new CEO/President for the Sanger District Chamber of Commerce, as of October 15, 2015, will be Tammy Wolfe. According to Sanger District Chamber of Commerce Board ...

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