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Local Wines Ready For Tasting At Kings River Winery

Bob and Debbie Bagdasarian, owners of Kings River Winery. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn Kings River Winery, a new winery in Sanger, bottled wine, for the first time, this year, from grapes which were grown in their own vineyard, according to owner Bob Bagdasarian. “I have always been interested in winemaking,” ...

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Seek To Discover The Best

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By Cheryl Senn What do you see when you look at your friends and neighbors who live within the community of Sanger? Do you only see their outer physical appearance? Do you only see the things you don’t like about ...

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Ham FAM Free Kids Fitness Camp Gets Moving

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By Cheryl Senn The Ham FAM Fitness Kid’s Camp got off to a great start, this past Saturday, July 12. More than 45 kids registered and participated in the hour and a half workout and nutrition education experience. After a ...

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Gear Up Camp Keeps Kids Busy At Grace Community Church

Diane and Steven Lewis, with camp staff and Gear Up campers. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn More than 65 students participated in the inaugural Gear Up program at Grace Community Church and Jackson Elementary School, on July 8 through 10. Diane Lewis, Gear Up Camp director, has been hosting camps for more than ...

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Varsity Football Summer Workouts: Sanger High’s Varsity Team Prepares For The Season

Head Coach Chuck Shidan. (Photo by Ashley Rodriguez)

By Ashley Rodriguez   Sanger High School varsity football has kept busy this summer in preparation for the upcoming fall season. Summer practices began Monday, June 16th and continue weekdays all throughout the summer from 5:30 to 7:30 am. The ...

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Pursuing A More Noble Course On This 4th Of July

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By Cheryl Senn Everyone in America shows off their patriotism on the 4th of July, in celebration of Independence Day. Wearing red, white, and blue, flying a flag, hosting a barbecue, and setting off fireworks, are only a few ways ...

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Instrumental For Youth Music Show At Sanger Music Center

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By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Music Center was the place to be, this past Saturday night, if you were in the mood to listen to a variety of local bands perform, all in one location. The Instrumental For Youth (IFY) ...

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Sanger Fire Department Safety Tips For The 4th Of July

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By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Fire Department would like everyone to be safe as they celebrated Independence Day this year. A Press Release issued from the department states: “In an effort to ensure a safe 4th of July, Police and ...

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John “Doc” Bart Is Appointed Judge Advocate for the Department of California American Legion

John “Doc” Bart of American Legion Post 23 in Sanger California has been appointed as the Judge Advocate for the Department of California American Legion.

Sangers own John “Doc” Bart, of American Legion Post 23, in Sanger California, has been appointed as the Judge Advocate for the Department of California American Legion. John will be responsible to advise the 83,000 member American Legion Department of ...

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Sanger Unified Ready To Welcome International Students Again For 2014-15

Pictured is Foreign Exchange student Niklas Lindnar, from Germany, with Marjorie Kreuger, at the recent Reagan Kindergarten promotion.

By Sharyl Riedelsheimer International Exchange students to arrive for the experience of a lifetime After 10 years of waiting, Sanger High school is ready to welcome exchange students again. The Sanger Unified School District board approved three spots on a ...

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