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View from an intern


By Berenice Vargas This summer was by far the most interesting summers I’ve ever had, most likely because I didn’t stay home all summer long. I had the opportunity of meeting new people, doing exciting things, learning new things, and ...

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Look good and feel good with every SHS Student Store purchase at Mavericks Screen Printing

Caleb Bravo, Mike Paredes, and Matthew Graney, pictured L to R,  with some of the Apache Gear available in the store. (Photo by Berenice Vargas)

By Berenice Vargas Wearing the latest Apache gear and supporting Sanger High School (SHS) students just got easier. By visiting Mavericks Screen Printing’s new store front, SHS Student Store inside the SHS office, or one of the Mavericks mobile units, ...

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Shahbazian, brings experience, passion and optimism, to John Wash, as new principal


By Cheryl Senn This fall, John Wash Elementary School students, parents, and staff, will have a different face greeting them, as they enter the gates on the first day of school. Yolanda Shahbazian, is the new principal for John Wash, ...

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Sanger SWISH focused on fundamentals for the future of Apache basketball

SHS Varsity Basketball player, Isaiah Rodriguez, coaching Tad Tibbett during the z-slide station. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

  By Berenice Vargas Sanger High School (SHS) Varsity Apaches Basketball hosted, for the 3rd year, their annual Sanger Swish Summer Basketball Camp for little campers (K-3rd grade) and older campers (4th- 7th grade). “The purpose is to keep the ...

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I wish…


By Cheryl Senn If you had three wishes what would you wish for? What if you had seven wishes, would it be harder to come up with some wishes? So many times I hear people say ‘I wish’ and then ...

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Apache varsity football successful summer builds strength and confidence going into fall

Apache Varsity players Ricky Moreno runs against Josiah Lopez while Coach Mario Gonzalez observes. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High School (SHS) Apache Varsity football team has had a successful summer focusing on strength and conditioning according to Apache Varsity Head Football Coach Jorge Peña. “Primarily the summer is our focus on strength and ...

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Good connected with her past, at the Sanger Depot Museum, where she found her 1971 SHS Yearbook

Gerald Adams, Docent and Historical Society Board Member, and Susan Good who found her yearbook at the Sanger Depot Museum. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Berenice Vargas After 34 years of looking for her 1971 Sanger High School (SHS) yearbook, Susan Good finally found a copy, which she can now call her own, at the Sanger Depot Museum. Good was participating in the Inaugural ...

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RISE Church, elevating people to a new way of life

Pastor Tito Villegas who will introduce Sanger to a new church, RISE Church, this fall. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Berenice Vargas Tito Villegas, Sanger resident and local pastor of a new place to worship, RISE Church, is hoping to find a new home in Sanger. “It wasn’t until last year when my wife and I realized that our ...

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Looking ahead down new roads


By Cheryl Senn There has been a lot road construction and improvements taking place in the City of Sanger this summer. Watching all the road work and having to navigate around the road work to get to my office has ...

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Sanger Chamber Inaugural Fruit Trail Bus, showcasing county Ag industry in a fun way

Ninety-year-old Elsbeth Bates experienced the Fresno County Fruit Trail for the first time. Bates is pictured with Sanger District Chamber of Commerce CEO Tammy Wolfe at the Hudson Farms Fruit Stand. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger District Chamber of Commerce (SDCC) Inaugural Fruit Trail Bus had 28 passengers who wanted to experience some of what the Fresno County Fruit Trail has to offer. “There is a lot of reasons why the ...

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