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Dr. Suess’ Birthday Celebrated in Sanger Unified with Read Across America

Wilson principal Ken Garcia reads to Lincoln students. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn Throughout all Sanger Unified School District school campuses you could see teachers, staff and students dressed up with Dr. Suess themed outfits. Campuses also participated in the national Read Across America event. Each campus hosted guest readers ...

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Apache Varsity Baseball, Central Classic

Thomas Wood. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The Apache Varsity Baseball team is in the middle of the Central Classic tournament. More than seven teams are part of the Central Classic. The Apaches began the Central Classic with a close game against Hanford. The ...

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Blessing of the Bikes, a prayer of protection for riders and their travels

Bikers ate breakfast after their ride. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn More than 130 motorcycles and their riders were estimated to have participated in the recent Blessing of the Bikes event this past weekend. Motorcycle clubs from throughout the valley, including Screamin Demons and Disciples of Christ. After ...

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Sanger Skate Park Ribbon Cutting, a great day for Sanger’s youth

L to R- Sanger Chamber Chairman Steve Stoehr, Chamber Board Member Pastor Sam Estes, Sanger Mayor Pro Tem Raul Cantu, Sanger Mayor Joshua Mitchell, Sanger City Councilman Tony Pacheco, Sanger Public Works John Mulligan, Sanger City Manager Brian Haddix, Pastor Don Komush, Sanger Chamber CEO/President David Phillips. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The City of Sanger recently held a Ribbon Cutting and Rededication Ceremony for the Sanger Skate Park. Pastor Don Hamilton, from Calvary Fellowship Church said the new skate park was a “Blessing to the youth,” during his ...

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Standing Up For A Fellow Classmate


By Cheryl Senn “Here are the values that I stand for: honesty, equality, kindness, compassion, treating people the way you want to be treated and helping those in need. To me, those are traditional values.” – Ellen DeGeneres I was ...

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Blossom Trail Opening Ceremony in Fowler

Sanger City Manager Brian Haddix, Fresno County Board of Supervisor District 4 Buddy Mendes, Fowler Mayor David Cardenas, and Sanger Mayor Pro-Tem Raul Cantu. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The 27th Annual Fresno County Blossom Trail Opening Ceremony was hosted by the City of Fowler, earlier this month, at Simonian Fruit Company, Packing Facility.  The ceremony was hosted by the City of Fowler, in cooperation with ...

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Apache Varsity Baseball season starting off strong

(Photo by Kriss Padilla)

By Cheryl Senn The Apache Varsity Baseball season has already began. The first scrimmage took place. against Sunnyside High, on February 14. Games against Kerman, Firebaugh and Immanuel followed. Sanger suffered a loss against Kerman with a final score of ...

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WAMS Career Fair 2015- Getting students college and career ready

Sanger City Manager Brian Haddix poses with WAMS students during his Career Day presentation. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn More than 75 presenters participated in the 2015 Washington Academic Middle School(WAMS) Career Fair this past Thursday. The presenters were grouped into career interests like Arts, Manufacturing, Agriculture, Education, Business, Medicine, Public Service, and Science and Technology. ...

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Jackson Jaguars Share The Love For Valentine’s Day


By Cheryl Senn For the fifth year in a row, the 5th grade students of Janelle Miller and Debbie Galloway, prepared lunches to give to the homeless in Sanger, instead of having a Valentine’s Day party. According to Miller, more ...

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Sanger High Varsity Boys Soccer Celebrate A Win on Senior Night

The Sanger High Apache Varsity Soccer Team in front of the winning scoreboard celebrate a win, 3-2, in overtime over San Joaquin Memorial. (Photo by Tony Castillo/The Sanger Scene)

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High Varsity Boys Soccer team hosted the San Joaquin Memorial Panthers for a soccer match. The Apaches celebrated Senior Night as well. At the half, the Panthers were in the lead, with a score of ...

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