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For the town

By Anahi Jaramillo Stadium lights are on full blast. You’re looking at the faces of your teammates as they’re breathless, with desperation in their eyes to win this game. Then you look towards the stands, in hopes of finding a ...

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A serving of Thanksgiving

By Cheryl Senn It seems like everyone is cooking and serving some variation on the traditional Thanksgiving meal these past few days. Everyone is focused on Thanksgiving and the traditional food items which comprise the meal. I attended the HOPE ...

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Fall at last

By Cheryl Senn So, is this what Fall feels like? I was beginning to wonder. It still felt like summer with temperatures in the 80’s up until the last week. The leaves on some trees were beginning to change color. ...

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Coach needed

By Cheryl Senn “The interesting thing about coaching is that you have to trouble the comfortable, and comfort the troubled.”– Ric Charlesworth, Hockey “Attitudes are contagious. Are yours worth catching?”-Anonymous. At the recent varsity football game versus San Joaquin Memorial, the lead ...

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No other bond like Apache athletes with family and friends

By Cheryl Senn Anyone who attends a Friday night football game in Sanger knows the Sanger Apache fans show up. The Apache Fans are a special kind of fan. Apache fans are devoted and loyal and loud. Kevin Renbarger once ...

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Simply be there

By Cheryl Senn A simple touch to let someone know you are there to support them can make all the difference. During the recent Sanger Fire and Police Department Open House, the Sanger Fire Department (SFD) gave a Burn Room ...

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Sanger and Reedley are not rivals when it comes to community spirit

By Anahi Jaramillo My name is Estela Anahi Jaramillo, I was born and raised in Reedley, California, rivalry and sister town to Sanger. While growing up and attending schools in Reedley, and Reedley High School (RHS), it was a great ...

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All In

By Cheryl Senn A new tradition was started recently, by the Sanger District Chamber of Commerce, during their official ribbon cuttings. All those in attendance at the ribbon cutting put their hands in to celebrate the business or organization whose ...

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Farmers market has something for everyone

By Cheryl Senn This past Saturday, the Sanger District Chamber of Commerce held its Farmers Market Season Kick Off celebration, which included the Sanger High Apache Marching Band & Colorguard and the Apache Cheer Squad. As I walked around I ...

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Crafty kids

By Cheryl Senn While attending the recent Mi Linda Tierra Market third annual Block Party I met a sweet and talented young lady, Jazlin Cossio, who was sitting at a table with her family. I was busy talking to Cossio’s ...

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