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Fourteen PG&E Interns will be placed throughout Sanger this summer

2015 PG&E Interns for Sanger. Back Row L to R - Armando Mora, Estrella Conde, Dorian Salas, Maria Acosta, Jacqueline Sarabia, Leslie Perez, and Enrique Figueroa. Front Row L to R- Mariah Galvan, Zaccariah Lopez, Danielle Salazar, Anyssa Orozco, Trevor Valenzuela and Dalila Orozco. Not pictured is Isaiah Lopez. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn Last week, fourteen Sanger High students were granted a PG&E intern position throughout the City of Sanger, after applying through the Sanger Boys & Girls Club. More than 20 students interviewed  for the Sanger intern spots, according ...

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Superheroes Lead Sanger Schools

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By Cheryl Senn I attended the recent Sanger Unified School District Roundtable Luncheon hosted by the Sanger Council PTA. Superheroes was the theme of the lunch. One of the table decorations said “Superhero’s Lead Sanger Schools.” The table decoration quote ...

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Additions and promotions at Sanger Fire, to better serve the community

Nicholas Ramos and his family. L to R - Michaela Padilla, Albert Padilla, Theresa Sanchez, Atheena, Nicholas, Rosemary Ramos, Michael Ramos, Tony Ramos, Lauren Ramos, and Hank Rogers. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn Sanger Fire Chief Greg Tarascou assured all those present, at the recent Sanger Fire Pinning and Promotion Ceremony, the best candidates in the valley were found for Sanger Fire. Firefighters Adam Melikian and Nicholas Ramos were added ...

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Sanger High NJROTC honors cadets at awards ceremony

McKayla Perez-Aguilar receives an award from Dewain Bolin from AMVETS Post 98. (Photo by Lily Vang)

By Isaiah Lopez On  May 13, 2015 the Sanger High Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corp (SHS NJROTC) held their 2014-2015 Annual Awards Ceremony to honor those cadets and special guests that have provided outstanding leadership and service to the unit. ...

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Work harder, instead of giving up

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By Cheryl Senn “Work hard for what you want because it won’t come to you without a fight. You have to be strong and courageous and know that you can do anything you put your mind to. If somebody puts ...

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Sanger Youth Court jurors recognized for leadership

The Sanger High, Kings River High and Community Day School students who participated in Youth Court, pose with Hon. Judge Gary Hoff, Judge Leanne LeMon, who presided in Sanger Youth Court, and along with Sanger Unified staff and Sanger Police Department staff. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn Real students, real mistakes and real consequences is how Judge Gary Hoff described Fresno County Youth Court. More than 20 students from Sanger High, Kings River High (KRH) and Community Day School (CDS) were recognized for their ...

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Rubio helps kids focus on the game of golf

Golf Clinic coach Efren Rubio teaches Raul Hernandez and Alberto Godinez some golf tips. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn Efren Rubio, a certified golf instructor, and the City of Sanger Parks and Recreation Department, hosted a Junior golf Clinic this past Saturday. Rubio is certified with the United States Golf Teachers Federation and was available to ...

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More than 5,400 pounds of food donated to HOPE Sanger

HOPE Sanger board member Nancy Kacerek packing boxes of donated food. (Cheryl Senn

By Cheryl Senn With the Sanger letter carriers and the HOPE Sanger ‘Heartworkers” working together, 5,400 pounds of food was collected, this past Saturday, during the National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. “I am thankful for ...

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Be a fact finder to get the real answers

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By Cheryl Senn While going about my daily routine or participating in community events, there are moments where conversations are taking place about town politics, school happenings, and the sharing of opinions. Sometimes people want to share what they know ...

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Unveiling of Alex Fonseca Park & Baseball Field, beginning of something better for Del Rey

Frances Fonseca, Alex's wife, far left, with the Fonseca Family, by the new Alex Fonseca Park sign. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The beginning of something better for the community, is how the new Alex Fonseca Park & Baseball Field was described, at the Del Rey Community Park unveiling. The Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission, Del Rey Community Service District, ...

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