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Prayers for the people

By Cheryl Senn A couple of weeks ago, pastors from local Sanger churches, gathered together at Brehler Square, in downtown Sanger, to pray for the residents of Sanger, the County, the State of California, the United States and the world. ...

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The sign of the times

By Cheryl Senn While driving home the other night, I noticed the electronic billboard, which is close to the intersection of Hwy 180 and Academy had a different message on it than it usually had. In the past, the sign ...

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Cautious optimism

By Cheryl Senn Watching National and State leaders talk about how to relax the current ‘Stay at Home” order had me notice a phase being used quite a lot. Cautious optimism. These two words are used to describe businesses opening ...

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Virtual reporting

By Anahi Jaramillo There’s many different things that come when being a reporter. Not only the communication to others and meeting new people, but the small conversations you have with people that are being interviewed. You learn their body language ...

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Virtual instruction, and what is left for the class of 2020

By Anahi Jaramillo In an email sent out on March 12th, 2020 from the University Communications at Fresno State it stated that “we are temporarily suspending in-person, on-campus classes, effective Monday March 16.” Those bold letters in that email lingered ...

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The power to separate us

By Cheryl Senn “What binds us is a microbe – but it also has the power to separate us.” – Howard Markel, M.D., PhD. Markel was talking about the coronavirus and the affect it has had on people and their ...

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A winning moment

By Cheryl Senn Being on the sidelines of a sporting event makes you feel like you are part of the action…a part of the winning moment. I did not have to run up and down the field. I did not ...

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Mid Valley Disposal announces American West Books as City of Sanger Recycler of the Year

By Kiani Murphy Sanger, CA—Today, locally owned and operated Mid Valley Disposal (MVD) announced American West Books as their City of Sanger Recycler of the Year. This award is given each year to a business that is making a difference ...

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A microphone, a moment and a word

By Cheryl Senn I was impressed with the spelling skills all the 4th through 8th grade students had during the recent Sanger Unified School District Annual Spelling Bee competition. The 4th through 6th graders had to come up to the ...

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Savor the Flavor of Sanger

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Scene is launching “Savor the Flavor of Sanger” and will be highlighting local restaurants/food/beverage businesses in Sanger. This is the first one in s series, which is being launched in hopes of bringing awareness to ...

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