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Apache Girls Tennis keeping opponents off balance as they strive for the league championship

Autumn Lee returning a serve. (Photo by Berenice Vargas)

By Cheryl Senn After the first half of league, the Sanger High School (SHS) Apaches Girls Tennis team is in a three way tie with Bullard, and San Joaquin Memorial (SJM) for first place, according to SHS Girls Tennis Head ...

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SHS JV Water Polo team living up to the expectations by training hard

SHS JV water polo Team warming up before playing Clovis East. (Photo by Berenice Vargas)

By Berenice Vargas Sanger High School’s (SHS) Junior Varsity (JV) Girls Water Polo team placed first at the Water Polo Central California JV Championships Tournament Saturday, Sept. 9, and they hope to continue working hard throughout the season. “It was ...

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New Kings River High AutoCAD class, providing students real world skills for the future

Kings River High AutoCAD teacher David Kilborn assists KRH student Eddie Morales with his computer drafting. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn Kings River High(KRH) School is offering students something new and dynamic this year. More than 20 students, on the KRH campus are currently enrolled in a new course, AutoCAD (Computer Assisted Drafting), for the 2017-18 school year. ...

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Apache runners bring home over 30 top medals from Sanger Invitational

Sanger High Freshman Boys Track. (Photo courtesy Coach Sean Marzolf)

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High School Track team hosted the 39th Annual Sanger Invitational at Avocado Lake, this past Friday, and brought home many first place finishes. According to Sanger High Track and Cross Country Head Coach Sean Marzolf, ...

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Purple bows bring awareness to Relay for Life event, taking place Saturday

Sanger Relay for Life volunteer Antoinette Chambers ties a purple ribbon, in downtown Sanger, in preparation for the Relay on Saturday September 23rd. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn Downtown Sanger was recently decorated with a lot of purple bows this past Thursday. The Sanger Relay for Life volunteers decorated all the light posts along 7th Street and at intersections along 7th Street. Relay for Life ...

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Community was fired up at the recent Chamber Farmers Market Grand Opening

Fire breathing and eating was part of the entertainment of the Grand Opening for the September Farmers Market. Pictured is Denise wowing the crowd. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn According to Sanger District Chamber of Commerce staff, downtown was came alive with 1,000 people in attendance for the Grand Opening for the 2017 Sanger District Chamber of Commerce September Farmers Markets. The Grand Opening Ceremony began ...

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Samuel’s Gamer Lounge, providing an affordable, fun, and safe place for the community to play

Isaiah Ochoa, a Samuel's Gamer Lounge employee checks out one of the games available. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Berenice Vargas Samuel Parades, owner of new business, Samuel’s Gamer Lounge, recently gave the kids and adults in the community a new place to play games and relax. Samuel’s Gamer Lounge is located in downtown Sanger, at 630 O ...

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Officer Trevino, G.R.E.A.T. Program teacher, positively influencing students to avoid gangs and violence

Gang Resistance Education and Training Officer Cynthia Trevino with Washington Academic Middle School 6th grade class of Tia Weemes prior to the lesson. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn All fourth and sixth grade students, in the City of Sanger, will have a Sanger police officer educating them in the classroom this fall. Officer Cynthia Trevino will be implementing the Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT) ...

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Navigating life’s obstacles

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By Cheryl Senn In order to make it from one end of town to the other, a driver will have to adjust their normal driving patterns. Even an experience driver, who uses the alley ways to get to destinations quicker, ...

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New Parks & Recreation Supervisor Joaquin Zamora, experienced and ready to grow with the City

Joaquin Zamora, City of Sanger Parks & Recreation Supervisor. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn Back when new City of Sanger Parks & Recreation Supervisor Joaquin Zamora was a child in school he had no idea recreation would be his calling. Zamora says this is an exciting time for him and his ...

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