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Find Your Adventure

By Cheryl Senn During my trip to visit relatives and attend a military internment, my family took the opportunity to go sight-seeing. It is not that often that my family gets to visit relatives in Montana. And it is not ...

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Jimmy Robles, going the extra mile for kids, as new district Director of Support Services

By Cheryl Senn Jimmy Robles brings a decade of experience, with the Sanger Unified School District (SUSD), to his new position of SUSD Director of Support Services. Robles will be working with the SUSD transportation department as part of his ...

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Swearing In Ceremony for Officer Pasillas includes a moment to remember Officer Rodney Jones

By Benjamin James Ayala In the early morning of June 17, 2016, the city of Sanger lost a great member of the community. Officer Rodney Jones, a 20-year veteran with the Sanger PD, died of an ATV accident while in ...

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Sanger High Boy’s Water Polo Ready for Changes with new Head Coach “Micha”

By Benjamin James Ayala There will be some changes for Sanger High boy’s Water Polo Program and it has already taken place this summer. The Boy’s Water Polo team played for their own summer club for the first time since ...

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Sanger Little League Rays Are City Champions

By Benjamin James Ayala The regular Sanger Little League season has come to an end as the final game between the Little League Dodgers and Rays takes place on field this week. Both teams played hard with their own amount of ...

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Inspiration comes from believing we can

By Cheryl Senn This past week I had to opportunity to make a presentation to a group of parents about the Parent Teacher Association (PTA). I am the Sanger Council PTA president and was invited to speak to some new ...

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26th Sanger High Sober Grad provides a safe way to celebrate

By Cheryl Senn More than 150 students from the graduating Class of 2016 participated in the 26th Sanger High School (SHS) All Night Sober Grad celebration this year. The events goal, according to event chairperson and Sanger High Assistant Principal ...

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Ready to perform for the community, Blossom Trail Players’ “The Music Man” opening Friday, June 17

By Benjamin James Ayala The Blossom Trail Players (BTP), a small group of local performers, have worked diligently to bring the Sanger community the performance of The Music Man, opening this Friday, June 17th. The Music Man was written by Meredith ...

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Taking the step toward college and the future

By Cheryl Senn The end of the school year is usually filled with promotions and graduations in Sanger Unified. It seems like there is more than one ceremony per day until the last day of school. I was thinking about ...

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Del Rey Field Day promotes physical fitness while celebrating the end of the school year

By Benjamin James Ayala Del Rey Elementary students and staff members celebrate the completion of another school year with their annual Field Day. This event is a tradition that has taken place for six years and continues to be a ...

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