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Drivers will experience noticeable improvements after 8th & “P” St reconstruction

By Cheryl Senn By the end of October, Sanger’s “P” Street will be looking and functioning a lot better, according to Sanger City Engineer Josh Rogers. The construction work on “P” Street is scheduled to last for 65 days and ...

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New shoes for a new school year, thanks to HOPE Sanger, Eagles, and Walmart

By Cheryl Senn More than 70 Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) students were on the list to receive a new pair of shoes on a recent Saturday morning. This is the fourth year Help Our People Emmanuel (HOPE) Sanger has ...

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A national eclipse experience

By Cheryl Senn “Nations, like stars, are entitled to eclipse. All is well, provided the light returns and the eclipse does not become endless night. Dawn and resurrection are synonymous. The reappearance of the light is the same as the ...

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New SUMC Pastor Neal Harris, looking forward to meeting people and learning about Sanger

By Cheryl Senn On July 2nd there was a new pastor, Pastor Neal Harris, preaching to the Sanger United Methodist Church (SUMC) congregation. “The bishop pointed me here to Sanger,” said Harris, who’s first full Sunday Service was on July ...

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SHS Girls Volleyball, building a strong foundation to prepare for tough games this season

By Berenice Vargas Sanger High School’s (SHS) Varsity Girls Volleyball Team is hoping to win league, again this year, and make it as far in playoffs, as they can, after practicing all summer to prepare for this year’s season. “The ...

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Teachers Leading Teachers, collaborative learning to better serve students

By Berenice Vargas Before the start of the 2017-2018 school year, more than 600 Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) teachers and staff participated in the third annual Teachers Leading Teachers Conference at Sanger High School (SHS). The conference provided teachers ...

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New United Health Center facility preparing to meet the comprehensive medical needs of Sanger

By Cheryl Senn Meeting the medical needs of Sanger residents will be a lot easier when the doors open to the new United Health Centers (UHC) facility, on 7th Street, later this fall. According to David Phillips, United Health Centers ...

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Apache Watermelon Run and summer camp promotes XC to younger athletes

By Berenice Vargas Last week third graders through eighth graders had the opportunity of running with Sanger High School’s (SHS) Cross Country (XC) runners during their third annual Sanger Unified XC Camp and fourth annual Watermelon Run. The XC Camp ...

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A Google sponsored Monterey Bay Aquarium trip, for Sanger families, was a priceless and memorable trip

By Berenice Vargas More than 100 community members, from Sanger, were able to to go to Monterey Bay Aquarium, some for the first time, after Google sponsored their trip on July 31. “The Monterey Bay Aquarium hosted our visit which ...

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Building community at St. Mary’s Summer Festival

By Cheryl Senn While attending last weekend’s St. Mary’s Summer Festival, I was able to listen to some talented Sanger youth on Youth Night. I was able to enjoy live music, games and food too. I attended two evenings of ...

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