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Life Lesson From A Tennis Game

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“Everything negative – pressure, challenges – is all an opportunity for me to rise.” ~ Kobe Bryant By Cheryl Senn At a recent tennis tournament, in Visalia, my daughter, Xena, taught me a lesson about not giving up and about ...

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Meet New Sanger School Resource Officer (SRO), Officer Jose Soto

Sanger Police Officer Jose Soto is the new School Resource Officer. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn With the new school year comes a new Sanger School Resource Officer (SRO). Meet Sanger Police Officer Jose Soto. Soto has been busy figuring out his new role with the school campuses since school began and attending ...

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Passport to Positive Behavior at Lincoln

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By Cheryl Senn Lincoln students spent the morning getting their passport stamped as they completed the presentation circuit on campus behavior. Passport Day, according to Lincoln principal, Leo Castillo, is used to reinforce campus rules in a consistent manner. Students ...

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Sanger Adventure Seekers Top Mt. Whitney

Sanger High Grads Ryan Caglia and Dave Guerra on top of Mt. Whitney.

By Cheryl Senn “We are always looking for an adventure,” said Dave Guerra about he and his friend, Ryan Caglia,”We do a lot of hiking, backpacking, cycling, running, etc., together.” Guerra and Caglia are Sanger High Alumni and have remained ...

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Kids Are A Captive Audience In Your Car

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By Cheryl Senn “If you talk to your children, you can help them to keep their lives together. If you talk to them skillfully, you can help them build future dreams.” – Jim Rohn It is illegal to text while ...

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Jackson 5th Graders Chat About Hurricanes With NASA

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By Cheryl Senn Jackson fifth graders are beginning the new school year with a study on storms and a chat with National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) scientists. Students in Janelle Miller and Debbie Galloway’s fifth grade classrooms recently gathered together ...

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HOPE Sanger Hosts ‘Shoes For Kids’ At Local Wal Mart

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By Cheryl Senn It was a busy Saturday morning, at the local Wal Mart store, when 67 Sanger students went shopping for new shoes. Local non-profit, HOPE Sanger, hosted the ‘Shoes For Kids’ event, to give students a good start ...

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Fairmont 4-H Participates In Fresno County 4-H Officer Training

Fairmont 4-H members, from Sanger, participated in the training. L to R-Katrina Suarez, Stephani Anderson, Maddy Cumming, Rylee Rocca, Macie Richardson, Elle Cumming, Korbyn Moore, Mason Tarr and Hayden Tarr. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn More than 60 4-H students from throughout Fresno County participated in the Fresno County 4-H Leadership Training, at John Sutter Middle School, in Fowler. Local Fairmont 4-H members participated and club member Stephani Anderson was a presenter ...

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Sanger Fire Part of Strike Team Which Battled NorCal Fires

Firefighter/paramedics Greg Dupuis, Andrew Askew, Captain Todd Wilson and Lt. Andy Jones.

By Cheryl Senn On August third, four members of the Sanger Fire Department, became part of a Strike Force, which assisted with the large Eiler Fire and Little Deer Fire in Northern California. Sanger’s Captain Todd Wilson, Lt. Andy Jones ...

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Ribbon Cutting For Sanger’s Express Public Transit To Reedley College

Ribbon Cutting for the Sanger Express Public Transit Route To Reedley College. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The City of Sanger and Fresno County Rural Transit Agency recently held a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Sanger Express Public Transit to Reedley College. According to the City of Sanger, on August 11, the City of ...

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