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Getting students ready for jobs of the future with Sanger’s annual Robotics Showcase

By Cheryl Senn More than 400 students in 42 teams competed in the 5th annual Sanger Robotics Showcase. It was a half-day event in the Sanger High gymnasiums, beginning at 8 am. Set up was followed by judging, public viewing ...

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City Council approves purchase of playground equipment for Veteran’s Memorial Plaza

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger City Council approved, by a unanimous vote of 4-0, to authorize the purchase of playground equipment from Miracle Playsystems, Inc., for the Veteran’s Memorial Plaza project in the amount of $56,812.36. City Council members present ...

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Ten honored at 2nd Annual Honoring Sanger awards

By Cheryl Senn The second annual Honoring Sanger awards honored 10 community members at the new Sanger Depot Museum Kindergarten classroom. “I wanted to honor people that were never recognized,” said Adam Albrecht, President of Honoring Sanger. After Albrecht talked ...

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Pennies for pines

By Cheryl Senn It is amazing how collecting a few pennies can help our National forest ecologist with their reforestation plans for all the forest areas that have been affected by the major forest fires over the past few years. ...

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Apache varsity boys volleyball serving tough and playing solid this season

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High School (SHS) Apache Varsity Boys Volleyball team is frustrating their opponents with aggressive game play and loud cheers. The Division I Apaches are currently 20-8 overall and 3-1 in league “We are in a ...

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Sierra National Forest reforestation program presented to Sanger Woman’s Club

By Cheryl Senn Amarina Wuenschel, Ecologist with the Sierra National Forest, U.S. Department of Agriculture, spoke at the recent Sanger Woman’s Club about “The Sierra National Forest: a treasure in our own backyard”.  Wuenschel said the Sierra and Sequoia Forests ...

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Soto is ready for new role as Director of Educational Services for SUSD

By Cheryl Senn At the recent Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) School Board meeting, Thomas Soto was named the new SUSD Director of Educational Services for the 2019-20 school year.  Soto brings a lot of experience to district and has ...

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Popping with color

By Cheryl Senn So much color can be seen everywhere you look this spring. First, there were pristine white almond blossoms filling orchards along rural roadways. Then, pink and red peach, nectarine and plum blossoms began to populate the rows ...

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SHS’ Addison Williams accepts athletic scholarship to Saint Francis University

By Cheryl Senn Addison Williams, her family, coaches and Apache water polo teammates, are excited for the next step in Addison’s athletic and academic journey. Addison officially signed her letter of intent to accept an athletic scholarship from Saint Francis ...

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Lamas and Salas break records in Azusa

Contributed Nia Lamas and Emanuel Salas ran down some monster records at the Azusa Meet of Champions this last Saturday, said Sanger High School Track & Field/Cross Country Head Coach Sean Marzolf.   Emanuel Salas broke a 35 year old freshman ...

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