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Love God Love Sanger

By Cheryl Senn “Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.” This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it. “Thou shalt ...

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Much to be thankful for

By Cheryl Senn Some recent observations of just a small fraction of what is to be thankful for in Sanger. Within the last week there was so much to observe and so much inspiration for gratitude at many events throughout ...

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Sanger Historical Society Now Accepting Memberships and Donations

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Historical Society, which represents the Sanger Depot Museum and Historical Buildings, is now accepting memberships and donations. The Society recently accepted a donation from Vulcan Materials. Judy Munsey, from Vulcan Materials, presented the Society with ...

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Climate change in the Central Valley

By Anahi Jaramillo Last week the State of California experienced a heat wave that was felt from Southern California all the way up to Northern California.  Cities like Fresno and Sacramento reached all time highs of temperatures, breaking records either ...

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SHS Club Rush 2022, a chance for more fun during school year

By Cheryl Senn The more than 3,000 students who attend Sanger High School (SHS) filled the quad area, on campus, during lunch, to find the club or clubs that they wanted to join, during SHS Club Rush 2022. Some clubs ...

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Is there ever a good time to lose someone you love?

By Cheryl Senn The community of Sanger suffered a great loss with the recent passing of local farmer Earl Hudson of Hudson Farms and Hudson Farms Fruit Stand. It was a sudden loss, when Earl, who was working on his ...

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Apaches and Hornets, one Sanger family

By Cheryl Senn It was a historical moment for sure, as the Sanger West High Hornet football team entered the Tom Flores Stadium, as the competitors, of the home team, the Sanger High Apaches. There used to be Sanger Apache ...

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Fresno State’s Bulldog Stadium renamed Valley Children’s Stadium

The stadium known as being the “Doghouse,” for the red wave of Fresno broke ground in June 1979, around 43 years ago. A couple years later the stadium opened on November 25, 1980, and since then has held a record ...

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Sanger farms featured in Fresno County Fruit Trail Opening Ceremony

Compiled It was a time to celebrate and kick-off the 2022 Fresno County Trail at Simonian Farms this Spring. Sanger Farms and Fruit Stands are featured along the Fresno County Fruit Trail. The Opening Ceremony featured Farm Facts from Fresno ...

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Graduation season has started

“Part of the beginning is the end.” Many MCU fans recognize this quote in the Endgame movie said by Tony Stark. But this quote can carry many different meanings in life. As college and high school students approach graduation season, ...

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