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Building for the future

By Cheryl Senn 2019 has not even begun and there is a lot of new things happening around town, including building and beautifying downtown. One just needs to take a walk downtown to notice buildings and signage being cleaned up. ...

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Newly elected SUSD Board of Trustees seated and given oath of office

By Cheryl Senn Three Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) School Board of Trustees were seated and given the Oath of Office at the recent SUSD School Board of Trustees meeting.  Pete Filipi, Trustee Area 2 and Jesse Vasquez, Trustee Area ...

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The Wonderful Company raises minimum wage to $15 per hour for CA employees

Contributed The Wonderful Company, America’s fastest-growing consumer packaged goods company, announced today it is increasing its minimum wage to $15/hour for full-time California employees effective Jan. 1, 2019. This means a 36 percent jump in pay for those making the ...

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Dedication and hard work pay off for 2018 CMAC Fall All League Girls Water Polo MVP Addison Williams

by Cheryl Senn Addison Williams was voted by the CMAC League coaches as the 2018 County Metro Athletic Conference(CMAC) Girls Water Polo Most Valuable Player (MVP).  Williams was also chosen by her teammates as the Sanger High School (SHS) Girls Water ...

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Sanger, the town with more than one Santa Claus

By Cheryl Senn The town of Sanger does indeed have a Santa Claus. Santa Claus may take many forms. He may not always wear a red suit and drive a sleigh led by reindeer. Over the past couple of weeks ...

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HOPE Sanger Christmas Blessing sees increase in volunteers, donations, and families served

By Cheryl Senn Christmas is going to be a little bit brighter for the more than 100 families who were on the list for the annual HOPE Sanger Christmas Blessing event. The families could pick out three to four gifts ...

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Apache Girls Wrestling building mental and physical strength for a successful season

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High School (SHS) Girls Wrestling program has grown over the past two years. The program now has 15 female wrestlers. SHS Girls and Boys Wrestling Head Coach Narciso Juarez said the program has changed since ...

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FCOE 2018 Educator of the Year, Garvis, leading college to career engineering pathway

By Cheryl Senn Carmen Garvis, Fresno County Office of Education Teacher of the Year for 2018, has been teaching for 14 years, for Sanger Unified School District. “I started teaching Math, Algebra, Geometry, Algebra II, Integrated III,” said Garvis,”And in ...

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93rd Trek to the Nation’s Christmas Tree honoring sacrifice of fallen soldiers

By Cheryl Senn The 93rd Annual Trek to the Nation’s Christmas Tree is a tradition “to remember and celebrate not only the birth of Christ, but also the life of a nation birthed from great sacrifice,” said Fresno County Board ...

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SHS Special Olympics gives student athletes their own day to shine

By Cheryl Senn More than 200 Special Olympic athletes, from eight schools, filled the Sanger High School (SHS) gymnasiums, for the 2nd annual Special Olympics volleyball competition. “We want to give our kids a rich, olympic experience,”said SHS Vice Principal, ...

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