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Appreciation of Cultures At Lincoln LEAP’s International Fair

International Fair Parade begins with the presentation of the International Flag by Arlene Chavez and Maria Gaspar.   (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn With passports in hand, Lincoln Elementary School students, parents, and guests, were able to visit stations highlighting six countries, at the recent Lincoln LEAP’s 2nd Annual International Fair. Students in the Lincoln after school LEAP program have ...

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Apache Varsity Baseball fall to Bullard Knights 8-4

Jordan Paz pitches. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High Apache Varsity baseball team hosted the Bullard Knights for a Tuesday afternoon game. The first three innings saw Bullard take the lead with a score of 2-0. Then in the fourth inning, Bullard scored ...

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Third Annual Time In Destiny Prayer Walk adds City to prayer list

(Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn More than 50 people participated in the 3rd Annual Prayer Walk, hosted by Time In Destiny Christian Center. According to Prayer Walk organizer, Sarita Mirelez, the walk expanded its focus to the whole community and was very ...

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March Madness has nothing to do with sports


“Madness, as you know, is a lot like gravity, all it takes is a little push,” said the Joker, in the film, The Dark Knight. Winning brackets, tournaments, NCAA rules, during March Madness, are nothing compared to the crazy life ...

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Lincoln playground rededicated in memory of James “Jimmy” Gonzalez

Matt Navo speaking to students.

By Cheryl Senn “Jimmy is the one who inspired me,” said Sanger Unified School Board of Trustee Ismael “Mike” Hernandez, when he spoke to those gathered during the Lincoln playground rededication ceremony. The Lincoln was rededicated in memory of James ...

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Apache Boys Tennis tames Edison Tigers for second season win

First singles player Connor Bennett, at the net. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The Apache Boys Tennis team hosted the Edison Tigers this past Tuesday for some court competition. The Apaches came away victorious in the second game of the season with a score of 8-1. All but one singles ...

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Resolve to be Ready with C.E.R.T. volunteers

Group of community volunteers who started training with a meet and greet event.

By Cheryl Senn More than 18 Sanger Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) volunteers met, for the first time, at the Sanger Fire Department, on March 11. During the first meeting, volunteers were able to introduce themselves and were able to ...

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Apache Boys Tennis Wins First League Match Against Madera South

John Mendoza. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The Apache Boys Tennis Team hosted the Madera South Stallions for their first league game of the season. The Apaches started off strong winning five of the six singles matches. Two of the singles matches went to ...

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Looking for the gift in a traffic jam


By Cheryl Senn During the every day pick up of my Sanger High School daughter, Xena, it takes me more than 15 minutes, just to get out of the Sanger High front parking lot. It is difficult to navigate, because ...

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Meet SUSD Child Nutrition Services Director Jannette Garcia


By Cheryl Senn   Jannette Garcia has been busy, since November 2014, working as Sanger Unified School District’s Child Nutrition Services Director. She said she is extremely excited to be part of the SUSD team. Jannette strongly encourages and promotes ...

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