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“Is this the world you want? Is this the world you want? You’re making it Every day you’re alive Is this the world you want? Is this the world you want? You’re making it.” – song lyrics “The World You ...

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Reagan Red Hawks Win Elementary 2014 Cross Country Championship

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The Reagan Elementary Cross Country team won the 2014 Elementary School Cross Country Championship, beating out all elementary school teams from throughout Sanger Unified. This is a picture album from the days competition. All photos courtesy of Sarah Luna.

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State Route 180 Expressway Ribbon Cutting, Bringing Connectivity & Safety To The Region

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By Cheryl Senn The official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for State Route 180 Kings Canyon Expressway Segment 2, now provides connectivity and safety to Sanger. Segment 2 spans from Quality Avenue to just north of Smith Road, a 2.7 mile segment ...

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Miss Sanger 2014, Alexis Garcia, Crowned At Chamber Mixer, Making A Dream Come True

Miss Sanger 2014, Alexis Garcia, with her mom, Angie , and dad, Mario. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The coronation for Miss Sanger 2014 took place at the recent Sanger Chamber of Commerce ‘Business After Hours Mixer’ at WestAmerica Bank, with Alexis Garcia being crowned. Garcia is a Sanger High senior who was crowned the ...

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New Sanger Police Officer Brendon Johnson Sworn In

Sanger Police Chief Silver Rodriguez and Officer Brendon Johnson.

By Cheryl Senn Early in November, the newest police officer for the Sanger Police Department, Officer Brendon Johnson was sworn in. Johnson is a graduate of California State University Fresno with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology. In 2012, Johnson volunteered ...

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How Well Do You Know Your Child

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By Cheryl Senn The most recent Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) Cafe had parents discovering how well they know their child. Parents were asked a series of questions and asked to hold up a green or red card, signifying whether ...

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Sanger Student and Parents Drug Intervention (SSPDI) Program

Ray Cedeno speaks to students during a drug awareness workshop. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn On a recent Saturday, fourteen students and parents took park in a drug awareness workshop, which was held at the Kings River High new multi-purpose room. The drug awareness workshop is part of the Sanger Student and ...

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Family Dollar Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening

Sanger Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting.

By Cheryl Senn The City of Sanger added one more store to its list of places to shop with the recent Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening celebration for the Family Dollar Store, on Academy. The Sanger Chamber of Commerce held ...

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Apache Varsity Girls Tennis Heads Into CIF Team Playoffs

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By Cheryl Senn   The Apache Girls Varsity Tennis team ended the season of regular games, this past week. The team is third in league and is heading into the CIF playoffs this week. The last game played was against ...

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Working Smoke Alarms Saves Lives: Test Yours Every Month

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By Sanger Fire Chief Greg Tarascou When was the last time you tested the smoke alarms in your home? Was it last week? Last month? A year ago? If you’re like many people, you may not even remember. Smoke alarms ...

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