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New Clovis postmaster, Drew Esquer, has 28 years experience with the postal service

By Cheryl Senn This past Friday, Drew Esquer, was joined by his family and friends, for his installation as the new Clovis postmaster. “I began my postal career as a part time flexible clerk/carrier in Sanger California, in 1988,” said ...

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Coles and Statham siblings have a successful season with Sanger Seals

By Benjamin James Ayala The Sanger Seals aquatics team is receiving a lot of attention as they climb to the top of the valley’s swim clubs, especially with the performance of the Coles and Statham siblings. Since the program was ...

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Pismo Beach trip gives Unity Estates families a chance to relax and escape the norm

By Cheryl Senn “Our Pismo trip meant several things,” said Ali Valencia, Unity Estates Community Activities Director, about what the recent Pismo Beach trip meant to the Unity Estates families and chaperones. More than 50 children, adults, and chaperones, from ...

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Stand Up and Bee Heard shares their anti-bullying message through love of art

By Cheryl Senn Anti-bullying themed chalk art could be found all over downtown Sanger during a recent Sanger Art Hop and Shop Saturday. Shiela Karle and her son Ryan Warren hosted their first Chalk It Up event, in downtown Sanger. ...

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Local artists, Avila and Hubbart, now featured at the Sanger Art Station

By Benjamin James Ayala Quite recently, on June 25th, community members were given an opportunity to meet the new artists at the Sanger Art Station, during the Sanger Art Hop and Shop monthly event. The Art Hop has showcased the Sanger ...

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Swearing In Ceremony for Officer Pasillas includes a moment to remember Officer Rodney Jones

By Benjamin James Ayala In the early morning of June 17, 2016, the city of Sanger lost a great member of the community. Officer Rodney Jones, a 20-year veteran with the Sanger PD, died of an ATV accident while in ...

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Ready to perform for the community, Blossom Trail Players’ “The Music Man” opening Friday, June 17

By Benjamin James Ayala The Blossom Trail Players (BTP), a small group of local performers, have worked diligently to bring the Sanger community the performance of The Music Man, opening this Friday, June 17th. The Music Man was written by Meredith ...

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Big Trees Transit, making adventures affordable to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park

By Cheryl Senn Big Trees Transit is now here to make your next adventure much more convenient, says the Big Trees Transit Kick-Off flyer. The Big Trees Transit Program is kicking off its second year of a two-year pilot project ...

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Hard working Sanger farmers and businesses featured in the 13th Annual Fresno County Fruit Trail

By Cheryl Senn The 13th annual Fresno County Fruit Trail held its Opening Ceremony at Simonian Farms, to showcase trail offerings and celebrate Fresno County Agriculture. The award winning Fruit Trail celebrates the 13th season of delicious fruit, hometown festivals, and ...

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The Green Garden Boutique offers unique vintage, handmade, and up-cycled items for the local community

By Greg Coronado The Green Garden Boutique is an elegant oasis compared to your usual clothing store. The bohemian inspired boutique provides unique vintage dresses, up-cycled home furnishings, and every piece in between is one of a kind. The owners, ...

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