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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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2022 NFL Draft signed Apache as undrafted free agent

By Anahi Jaramillo Every spring, graduating college football players anticipate the call to further their careers professionally. The 2022 NFL draft occurred this past weekend from April 28-30, selecting 262 athletes in the three days. Some top picks that included ...

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Women’s history being made by Apache Girls Soccer team

by Cheryl Senn The month of March is designated as National Women’s History Month. In 1987, Congress passed Public Law 100-9, designating March as “Women’s History Month”. The month is set aside to honor women’s contributions in American history. We ...

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Being in charge of caring

By Cheryl Senn “Leadership is not being in charge, it is about taking care of people in your charge.”-Simon Sinek In front of a packed Tom Flores Stadium, the Sanger High Apache Boys Soccer team hosted the CIF D1 Boys ...

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Love shouldn’t hurt

By Cheryl Senn February is usually seen as the month to celebrate love since Valentine’s Day is on February 14th. But February can also be a month that is filled with pain and suffering. Teen dating violence is more common ...

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Put on hold by COVID

By Cheryl Senn It seems like more than a phone call has been put on hold by COVID. Family life, vacation planning, school, businesses, online and in person shopping, doctor visits, sporting events, and even phone tech support have all ...

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Thankful for people’s love and kindness

By Cheryl Senn As the graphic states, “Today I am grateful, for all the people that are loving and kind to me.” When people think of Thanksgiving, they think of a big meal and gathering with family and friends. The ...

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A season of time changing confusion

By Cheryl Senn Does anybody really know what time it is? No, that is not just lyrics from a classic rock band Chicago song. It seems every year when Daylight Saving Time ends, everyone is thrown into chaos. Even with ...

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Remembering and reconnecting at reunion

By Cheryl Senn “A trip to nostalgia now and then is good for the spirit,” Don Bartolovic once said. I recently had the opportunity to attend and take some photos at the Sanger High School Class of 1980 (with a ...

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