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Blossom Trail Opening Ceremony in Fowler

By Cheryl Senn The 27th Annual Fresno County Blossom Trail Opening Ceremony was hosted by the City of Fowler, earlier this month, at Simonian Fruit Company, Packing Facility.  The ceremony was hosted by the City of Fowler, in cooperation with ...

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Prieb Family Ready to Give Back with Kona Ice

By Cheryl Senn The Island themed Kona Ice truck made its way to Sanger, after traveling 2,408 miles, from Florence Kentucky, to Sanger, California. Joshua Prieb and his wife, Amy, drove for five days to get the truck to Sanger. ...

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Sanger Prays For Rain

By Cheryl Senn More than 30 community members gathered at Brehler Square, to sing and pray together, to help bring rain to Sanger, and to the Central Valley. “Not just for a sprinkle of rain, but a thunder of rain,” ...

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Sanger Firefighter/EMT Howlett, In Paramedic Training Program, To Benefit People He Serves

By Cheryl Senn Sanger Fire Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Levi Howlett plans on increasing the level of care provided by the Sanger Fire Department by acquiring his Paramedic License. Howlett is currently enrolled in the Fresno County Paramedic Training Program. ...

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Sanger Fire holds agility test for candidates

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Fire Department held the agility testing portion of the firefighting testing, for prospective fire personnel, this past Friday and Saturday, at Dodson Field. A total of 26 candidates registered for the test. Total testing includes ...

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Sanger Woman’s Club Celebrates 103rd Birthday & Hears Fire Safety Presentation

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Woman’s Club members celebrated the 103rd year of the Club’s existence during their January Club meeting and lunch. Sanger Fire Chief Greg Tarascou made a presentation on fire prevention and fall prevention for those in ...

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Screamin’ Demons Deliver More Than 400 Toys To HOPE Sanger

By Cheryl Senn On December 17, the Screamin’ Demons Motorcycle Club rode into town, with 400 toys, to delivery to HOPE Sanger. According to the Screamin’ Demons President Thomas Qualls, and Vice-President Anthony Cordova, the club had collected toy donations ...

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Local Cosmetologist, Toni Avila, Retires After More Than 50 Years of Service

By Cheryl Senn After more than 50 years of making people look good, in Sanger, Toni Avila is retiring. As of December 31, 2014, Avila will no longer be styling client’s hair, at Styles & Files Hair and Nail Salon, ...

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Sanger Police Deliver Holiday Cheer To Local Families

By Cheryl Senn With sirens and lights on, the Sanger Police Department squad cars caravanned into neighborhoods, to surprise local families. Each of the six families adopted by the Sanger Police Department received a visit from Santa, presents for each ...

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City Manager, Haddix, retains position, after community voices are heard

By Cheryl Senn   “I am deeply honored by their support,” said Brian Haddix, about the more than 250 community members who attended the Special City Council Meeting, this past Friday, to voice their support for Haddix, before the council ...

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