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Thinking Big

By Cheryl Senn While attending the Sanger Robotics Showcase, this past Saturday, I was amazed at how much knowledge the students have in Sanger. I was listening to them describe how they decide on a project and create it. They ...

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Pennies for pines

By Cheryl Senn It is amazing how collecting a few pennies can help our National forest ecologist with their reforestation plans for all the forest areas that have been affected by the major forest fires over the past few years. ...

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Popping with color

By Cheryl Senn So much color can be seen everywhere you look this spring. First, there were pristine white almond blossoms filling orchards along rural roadways. Then, pink and red peach, nectarine and plum blossoms began to populate the rows ...

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Know which pair to put on to get the job done

By Cheryl Senn At this week’s Sanger Woman’s Club lunch, Fresno State First Lady Mary Castro said something that resonated with all the women attending the lunch.  Castro was talking about how hard her grandmother, Josephine, worked and how hard ...

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Reading Across Sanger

By Cheryl Senn Sanger schools have a great way of celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday.  The schools invite community members to come on campus to read to students. Community members can bring their own favorite books or the librarians have books ...

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Win or lose, never giving up is the point

By Cheryl Senn Win or lose, we can still be proud of ourselves, if we know we have done our best. Attending the Sanger High athletic playoff games was filled with mixed emotions.  One team lost and one team won. ...

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Share the love on Valentine’s Day

By Cheryl Senn Happy Valentine’s Day. Charles M. Schulz once said,”All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.” At this time of year, the colors red and pink can be seen everywhere along with ...

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Spring brings hope to downtown Sanger

By Cheryl Senn On Groundhog Day, Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow and so it is predicted it will be an early spring.  By just one glance of downtown Sanger, one could have predicted it would be an early ...

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Caring about community

By Cheryl Senn This past week the words community and caring kept coming up in the stories I was covering and also because it was the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday holiday. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said,”Our ...

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Hitting a personal target

By Cheryl Senn I was a little apprehensive when I scheduled the date for my Sanger Police Department Firearms Training session.  This was a silent auction item I bid on months ago at a Chamber banquet. I was excited by ...

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