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Sanger PTA Reflections winners move on to State competition

Sanger Council PTA Reflections Award Winners. Back Row L to R - Daniella Berber Paz, Jonah Lucero, Hannah Lucero, and Gabriel Cisneros. Front Row L to R - Diamond Guy, Jasmine De La Paz and Jasmine De La Paz. (Photo by Cheryl Senn(

By Cheryl Senn Sixteen Sanger Unified School District students placed at the recent Sanger Council Parent Teacher Association (PTA) Reflections Art Contest. The winners for the Sanger Council PTA Awards are: Visual Arts Pre-School thru 2nd Grade 1st place – ...

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New Apache Varsity Football Head Coach, Jorge Peña, plans for smooth transition for football program’s future

Sanger High Varsity Football Head Coach Jorge Peña looks out over Tom Flores Stadium and thinks about the future of varsity football. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn This past Friday, Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) announced the hiring of Jorge Peña as the new Sanger High School (SHS) Varsity Football Head Coach. The position had been previously held by former Head Coach Chuck Shidan, ...

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Newly elected City Councilman, Martinez, motivated to make a difference

Daniel Martinez, Sanger City Councilman for District 3. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Greg Coronado The newly elected councilman for the City of Sanger, Daniel Martinez, is humbled and grateful to represent District III for the next four years. “I’m humbled that so many showed their belief in me by giving me ...

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Enjoying the rhythm of the rain


By Cheryl Senn The steady pattern of rain drops spattering on my window, as I drive into Sanger, from my home in the foothills, is very comforting to me in many ways. First, I don’t have to worry about what ...

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Apache Varsity Boys Basketball overwhelmed the Pirates with their hustle

Rafael Cerda goes up for 2 points. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn It is not that often that a basketball game has scores that are in the 90’s. The recent home game between the Sanger High Apaches and the Reedley High Pirates had the Apaches dominating the Pirates with ...

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Sanger Woman’s Club learns more about, and donates to, The Cat House on the Kings

Sanger Woman's Club President Jeanne Adams and The Cat House on the Kings Donor Relations Volunteer Coordinator Beth Caffrey. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn With typically 1,000 cats to care for, The Cat House on the Kings, was more than happy to accept a monetary and supply donation from the Sanger Woman’s Club, during their monthly luncheon. The Cat House on ...

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Whole new level of excitement for SAC, with new MPR, parking lot, playground, and more

East view of the 12,000 sq.ft. Sanger Academy Charter School's new multi-purpose room (MPR). Photo by Cheryl Senn.

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Academy Charter School (SACS) has new additions which improve the campus for students, families and the community. At a recent Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the new multi-purpose room (MPR), other ...

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Cacimiro M. Gonzalez (1945-2017) – Celebration of Life 1.10.17 & 1.11.17


Cacimiro M. Gonzalez, 71,  a long time resident of Sanger, passed away Wednesday, January 4, 2017 in Sanger, CA. He leaves his wife of 45 years, Jesusita Gonzalez; his son Luis Gonzalez and his wife Sandra Gonzalez; his daughter Sarah ...

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Make yourself a promise to have a Happy New Year


By Cheryl Senn The clock is ticking and there are only a few more days to enjoy 2016. New Year’s Eve is not too far away with the opportunity to greet 2017. Most people end up making a New Year’s ...

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Sanger Police Department made the season bright for families

Santa and his Elf visit with families who came out to see Santa on his designated family list. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn More than 28 children from seven families received gifts, food and bicycles, just in time for Christmas, from the Sanger Police Department. Early on a Saturday morning, prior to Christmas, the Sanger Police officers, family members, and ...

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