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City’s new Vactor truck will make proactive servicing of storm and sewer mains more effective

By Cheryl Senn The new City of Sanger Public Works Vactor Truck was presented to the community during the recent City Council meeting.  The new truck is a Vactor 2110 iPlus and was custom built in Streator, Illinois, in Vactor’s ...

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Chamber Open House & monthly mixer kicks off the new year successfully

By Jade Martinez More than 40 community and business members attended the January Sanger District Chamber of Commerce Open House and Mixer, which was hosted by the Chamber, at the City Annex, recently. The Chamber freshened up its January Mixer ...

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Pineda Family thankful for community support during son’s year-long difficult medical journey

By Cheryl Senn The Pineda Family would like to thank the community of Sanger, for their support of their family and especially for the support of their one-year-old son, Josiah, during the challenges the family has experienced over the past ...

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SHS alumni, Chase Martinez, gets his message out through published poetry

By Cheryl Senn Chase Martinez, a Sanger High School 2018 graduate, just had his first poem published. During Martinez’s recent winter break visit, with family, in Sanger, from his studies at the American Musical & Dramatic Academy, in New York, ...

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Planning Commission recommends General Plan amendment regarding Housing Element Rezone

By Cheryl Senn The Planning Commission, at their December 27, 2018, meeting, by a vote of 4-1, to approve staff’s recommended Alternative I, on agenda item G. 1. Public Hearing Regarding Housing Element Update Rezone, which was continued from the ...

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The Wonderful Company raises minimum wage to $15 per hour for CA employees

Contributed The Wonderful Company, America’s fastest-growing consumer packaged goods company, announced today it is increasing its minimum wage to $15/hour for full-time California employees effective Jan. 1, 2019. This means a 36 percent jump in pay for those making the ...

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HOPE Sanger Christmas Blessing sees increase in volunteers, donations, and families served

By Cheryl Senn Christmas is going to be a little bit brighter for the more than 100 families who were on the list for the annual HOPE Sanger Christmas Blessing event. The families could pick out three to four gifts ...

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93rd Trek to the Nation’s Christmas Tree honoring sacrifice of fallen soldiers

By Cheryl Senn The 93rd Annual Trek to the Nation’s Christmas Tree is a tradition “to remember and celebrate not only the birth of Christ, but also the life of a nation birthed from great sacrifice,” said Fresno County Board ...

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SWC’s Dickens of a Christmas, helping to fulfill the Sanger Pledge Promise

By Cheryl Senn The Central Avenue Dry Yard was transformed into the streets London in preparation for the 300 dinner guests who attended the 2018 A Dickens of a Christmas fundraiser. The Sanger Woman’s Club has hosted this event, which ...

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Guerra is following God’s calling to serve, minister and share His love

By Cheryl Senn About six years ago, Sanger United Methodist Church (SUMC) member, Stephen Minister and certified Lay Speaker, Jessica Guerra, began her journey led by the Lord.  “I was hired to work in the SUMC office in 2010,” said ...

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