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Disc Golf, a new independent and fun way to recreate and be active in Sanger

By Cheryl Senn The City of Sanger Parks and Recreation Division recently upgraded Greenwood Park with the kick off of a Disc Golf Course, by installing the first disc golf basket in Sanger.  “Greenwood Park is the most visited park ...

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Wrapped with love

By Cheryl Senn I once heard the saying that “the greatest gifts are not wrapped in paper, but in love.” I was fortunate to have the opportunity to volunteer with the Sanger Police Department as a Sanger Fire Department Community ...

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WAMS 8th grade girls basketball team competing every day for the love of the game

By Cheryl Senn Positive attitude, toughness, and a willingness to play anyone, is a strength the Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) 8th grade Girls Basketball team has going for it this season, according to WAMS 8th Grade Girls Basketball Coach ...

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Apache Closet spreading Christmas joy, for 11th year, with toy, food, and clothes giveaway

By Berenice Vargas This past Saturday, Apache Closet hosted their eleventh Christmas Giveaway in hope of helping those in need as the holidays come to a close. “We organized the event and collect donations at Sanger High School all year ...

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Sanger Junction Adult Transition Home, another option in the SUSD services for students with disabilities

By Cheryl Senn Recently, Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) staff, families, and students have one more reason to celebrate, with the official ribbon cutting of the new Sanger Junction Adult Transition Home. “It is one more option in the continuum ...

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Narcos or Nothing

By Michael Castillo , Guest Editorial  Latinos portrayal in any form of mainstream media is minimal to none. Especially in the world of entertainment in America. In a world that has huge diversity, there is discrimination still going on today. ...

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Curtis and Guerra providing a safe space for Sanger teens to share as the new SUMC Youth Directors

By Cheryl Senn In the midst of the holiday season, members of the Sanger United Methodist Church (SUMC) and the youth in the community have something to look forward to. SUMC has two new Youth Directors in Greg Guerra and ...

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Apache varsity girls wrestling has a new head coach and a new outlook on the season

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High Apache Varsity Girls Wrestling team has a new head coach and new outlook on the season, as they headed into a match with the Redwood Rangers.  The Lady wrestlers are now coached by Narciso ...

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Calvary Fellowship Church facilitates the delivery of new shoes and socks to more than 440 Wilson students

By Cheryl Senn More than 890 little feet, of Wilson Elementary School children, will be covered with new shoes and socks this winter, due to a collaboration between Calvary Fellowship Church, Worship Center Sanger, and Convoy of Hope.  Recently, students ...

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Parades celebrate what is best in a community

By Cheryl Senn The route of the recent 70th annual Toyland Parade was lined with more than 5,000 people, all who wanted to see the floats, bands, cars, horses, and people, who were proudly moving down the downtown streets. Alex ...

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