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City Manager, Haddix, retains position, after community voices are heard

The meeting attendees want to know the reasons why City Councilmembers want to dismiss the City Manager, Brian Haddix.

By Cheryl Senn   “I am deeply honored by their support,” said Brian Haddix, about the more than 250 community members who attended the Special City Council Meeting, this past Friday, to voice their support for Haddix, before the council ...

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Moving Forward by doing, innovating, and building a unified team

Keep Moving forward

By Cheryl Senn “If you are not making mistakes, then you’re not doing anything. I’m positive that a doer makes mistakes.” – John Wooden Every human being on the planet makes mistakes. Learning from your mistakes is what is important. ...

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Now Hiring- Renaud Chiropractic


Renaud Chiropractic Now Hiring   Now accepting resumes from interested candidates for sales and marketing position. Must have sales and marketing experience. Bilingual Helpful.

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Sanger High Choir and NJROTC Part of 89th Annual Trek To The Nation’s Christmas Tree

Sanger High NJROTC present colors while Park Rangers present the Memorial Wreath.

By Cheryl Senn More than 400 park visitors gathered for the 89th Annual Trek To The Nation’s Christmas Tree, this past Sunday. The afternoon program, at the base of the General Grant Tree, was filled with music, Memorial Wreath ceremony, ...

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Apache Varsity Girls Take Second At Reedley Kiwanis Basketball Tournament


The Apache Varsity Girls Basketball team participated in the Reedley Kiwanis Basketball Tournament and placed second overall. Here is what Coach David Garza had to say about the tournament… “We started out the Reedley Kiwanis Basketball Tournament against Roosevelt and ...

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Holiday Safety Tips From The Sanger Police Department


A Holiday Message On Safety from the Sanger Police Department The holiday season is always a special time of year. It is also a time when busy people become careless and vulnerable to theft and other holiday crime. We can ...

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Sanger High Concert Choir Performs For Sanger Woman’s Club Christmas Lunch


By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High Concert Choir provided the entertainment for the Sanger Woman’s Club Christmas Luncheon, this past Tuesday. They performed a variety of holiday favorites and medleys. The choir encouraged the lunch attendees to participate by singing ...

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Marilyn and Santa Entertain Seniors At Rotary Luncheon


By Cheryl Senn More than 300 Sanger seniors were treated to Christmas lunch, entertainment by Marilyn Fernandez, and a visit from Santa, during the annual Sanger Rotary Senior Christmas Lunch. After a brief welcome by Sanger Rotary President Bernie Hinson ...

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Apache Varsity Girls Water Polo Awards


By Cheryl Senn The Sänger High Apache Varsity Girls Water Polo team recently held their awards in the Sanger High Multipurpose Room (MPR. The girls and coaches gathered to review the championship season and for the handing out of awards. ...

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Sanger Unified Technology Update- Anticipate devices ready for home use by 2015-16 school year


By Cheryl Senn According to Jodi Marcellin, Instructional Technology Innovation and Grants and Program Development Coordinator for the Sanger Unified School District (SUSD), parents will see an increase in technology in the classroom and the district anticipates devices will be ready ...

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