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Apaches take the win, 13-10, over Garces, and move one step closer in the play offs

Christian Graney runs in for a touchdown. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High Apache Varsity football team hosted the Garces Rams, last Friday, for a quarter final play off game, in Tom Flores Stadium. The Rams were the first to score, with 23 seconds left in the ...

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Interim City Manager, Dayle Keller, gives an update, on the City, to Sanger Rotary Club

Sanger Interim City Manager Dayle Keller, guest speaker at Sanger Rotary Club lunch. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn Dayle Keller, Sanger Interim City Manager, was the guest speaker at the recent Sanger Rotary Club meeting. Keller shared some of her personal history and provided the club with an update on what was happening with the ...

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REACH Club, a new Sanger High student club, reaches out to make a positive difference in the community

REACH Club officers pose during Sanger High Fall Club Rush. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Angelica Bonilla Reach is a new club at Sanger High ran by students with a passion for Christianity. “The club became official in the beginning of this school year. Joining the once founded Christian club named H.Y.P.E.,” said David ...

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DO IT NOW…because Sometimes ‘Later’ becomes ‘Never’


By Cheryl Senn The other day I visited a local doctor’s office and while waiting in the waiting room I noticed a message on the message board. It said,”Do It Now, Sometimes ‘Later’ becomes ‘Never'”. It really resonated with me ...

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2015 Valley Elite Champions, Sanger Youth Football, with a record setting season

Fernando "BooBoo" Gonzalez making a swift move that opened up the play that led to an approximate 65 yard touchdown. (Isaiah Salazar from Landmark Photography

By Robert Hart This year has been nothing short of amazing for the kids at Sanger youth Football, They have accomplished something that no other youth program has ever done in our valley. All 3 of Sanger’s teams finished the ...

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More than $2,300 collected in the recent HOPE Sanger-Sanger Unified Coin Drive

Madison Mustang Leadership students pose with HOPE Sanger Board members Julie Mendoza and Amanda Montelongo. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn During the month of October, six Sanger Unified School elementary school campuses competed in the HOPE Sanger Coin Drive campaign. Students on the Wilson, Del Rey, Jackson, Madison, Lincoln, and Jefferson campuses, spent the month, from October ...

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A night of laughter benefits the new Kings River High School Bigs Mentoring Program

Kings River High Big Samuel Paredes, Ali Valencia, Mitzi Torres, Kings River Big Andrea Avalos, and Sylvia Lovett, from Kings River High and Kings River High principal Rick Church. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Community Center was filled with laughter, all evening, during the inaugural Stand Up For Stand Out Sanger Kids comedy fundraiser. The fundraiser benefited the Kings River High (KRH) School Bigs Mentoring Program which is being ...

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Sanger Groundwater and the Small Rural Land Owner


By Tom Krazan Groundwater is a critical resource. For Sanger, it is the sole source of water including drinking water, bathing, fire fighting and landscape irrigation. For the surrounding agricultural community, it provides a crucial buffer against drought when canal ...

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Sanger Unified Fall Roundtable lunch guests learned about local SAM Academy

School administrators and parents gathered for the Sanger Unified Fall Roundtable Lunch. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn More than 60 Sanger school site principals, parent leaders, and Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) administrators gathered together for the annual fall roundtable lunch. This year, the lunch was held in a new venue, the Sanger Eagles ...

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Sanger honored by League of Cities for Excellence in City-Business Relations

Sanger City Councilmen and Reedley College Board of Trustees. L to R- Tony Pacheco, Humberto Garza, Eli Ontiveros, Mayor Pro Tem Raul Cantu, Dr. Sandra Caldwell, Ron Nishinaka, David Clark and Fresno County Rural Transit Agency's Moses Stites. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn Prior to the recent Sanger City Council meeting, a reception was held in honor of the City of Sanger receiving the 2015 Helen Putnam Award for Excellence in City-Business Relations for the Sanger Job Training Initiative. According ...

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