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Sanger firefighter, Howlett, now licensed to serve the community as a paramedic

Sanger Firefighter/Paramedic Levi Howlett wearing his new EMS Paramedic badge and displaying his National Registry Emergency Medical Technicians Certificate for his California State Paramedic License. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn It’s official. Sanger Fire now has another California state licensed paramedic to serve the community. Sanger Firefighter/Paramedic Levi Howlett just completed the National Registry requirements, in August, to be a registered California state licensed paramedic with Fresno ...

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Use your voice about things that matter and change the world


By Cheryl Senn With the political season upon us, it seems there is a lot of propaganda about the opposing candidates, and information promoted as truths, that aren’t really true, which have been thrust upon us. What is a concerned ...

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SHS alumni varsity tennis player, Aly Honore, takes on new role as WAMS girls tennis coach

New WAMS Girls Tennis Coach Aly Honore, with the WAMS Girls Tennis team. L to R - Karlie Pattillo, Allison Hartsell, Denessa Flores, Heidi Rocha, Honore, Macy Hernandez, Evelyn Garcia and Eliana Ontiveros. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn Ay Honore, a Sanger High alumni and Reedley College tennis player, is leading the Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) Girls Tennis team into first place, in CVAL, this fall. Honore has been mentoring the team of sixth, ...

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Hard work pays off for SHS’ Flores and Yang, Fresno Fair 4.0 & Above Program Scholarship Winners

Sanger High Big Fresno Fair 4.0 & Above Program Scholarship Winners Cleo Yang and Alyssa Flores pose with Sanger High principal Dan Chacon. Pictured L to R - Yang , Chacon, and Flores. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn Sanger High’s Alyssa Flores and Cleo Yang were very lucky on opening day of the Fresno Fair, this year, by coming home with a $3,000 scholarship each. Both Flores and Yang were two of the 491 Sanger ...

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Building trust between public safety and community at annual open house event

Alonso Angulo, a Wilson pre-school student says he is going to be a firefighter when he grows up and had a great time putting on Sanger Fire Chief Greg Tarasco's helmet. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn More than 500 people visited the Sanger Fire and Police Departments during their 4th annual Open House event. Sanger Police Chief Silver Rodriguez said the event was a public safety event for both the Sanger Fire and ...

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It’s all a juggling act…


By Cheryl Senn As I walked in to this morning’s Sanger Council Parent Teacher Association (PTA) meeting, where I am the president, my fellow board members said good morning and asked me how I was doing. Before I could answer, ...

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Apache Girls Tennis, competing hard, every day, in pursuit of the CMAC title

Doubles players Mary Jolly and Autumn Lee. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn With a record of 17-4 overall and 8-1 in CMAC play, the Sanger High School (SHS) Apache Girls Tennis team is working to, at the minimum, share the CMAC title this season. “The season is going great,” ...

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More room to learn, in new classroom building, for returning John Wash students

John Wash Elementary First grade students learning in their new classroom, in the new classroom wing, on the campus. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn More than 125 John Wash Elementary students returned to the John Wash campus, to continue their 2016-17 school year of learning, in the new classroom wing, on Monday, October 10th. “They are very excited,” said John Wash ...

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Annual Jensen Avenue Clean Up, making a good impression on guests entering the City

Volunteers collected trash along Jensen Ave. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn More than 26 42-gallon bags of trash was collected by more than 10 volunteers this past Saturday morning, from along Jensen Avenue, according to Sanger Parks & Recreation Supervisor Daniel Galvez. Bella Lopez, Recycling Coordinator for Mid ...

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Recent Friend’s Day celebrated a united fellowship of more than 12 Sanger churches

(Photo by Isaiah Lopez)

By Isaiah Lopez On a very special afternoon, more than 12 Sanger churches, with more than 900 people, gathered at Greenwood Park, this past Sunday afternoon. The variety of church pastors and congregations hosted its first ever Sanger community-wide Friend’s ...

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