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Eagle Scout tree planting project innovative in plant selection and irrigation system

By Cheryl Senn It took a lot of planning, donations, and volunteers, to be able to complete Riley Riffel’s Eagle Scout Project of planting 62 trees at Sanger Rotary Field. Riffel said he thought of the project two years ago, ...

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Apache Girls Lacrosse team host historic first home game

By Cheryl Senn “It is historic,”said Sanger High Apache Girls Varsity Lacrosse Head Coach Stephanie Butterfield. This was the first time the Apache Girls Lacrosse team has hosted a home game in the high school history. This is the first ...

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Inaugural Trucha Camp Scholarship Fundraiser, at Vaca residence, a success

By Cheryl Senn More than $2,200 was raised at the recent Trucha Camp Scholarship Fundraiser, last week, at the residence of Roberto Vaca. According to Victor Manriquez, Trucha Camp founding director, the money raised will go to the Trucha Camp ...

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New Sanger Fire Prevention Officer, Tammy Tucker-Eggert, keeping the community safe

By Cheryl Senn The new Sanger Fire Prevention Officer, Tammy Tucker-Eggert, said she hopes to change the perception of the Fire Prevention Officer. “Its not just about finding violations,” said Tucker-Eggert,”Its about preventing things from happening and keeping them safe.” ...

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#RainOrShine

By Cheryl Senn A phrase caught my eye the other day when I was reading the flyer for the City Sanger Blossom Trail Run. “Rain or Shine” was stated on the registration form. It was a message letting participants know ...

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Students get a glimpse of real world engineering projects with tour of City Solar and Waste Water Treatment Plant

By Cheryl Senn Three Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) Engineering students had the privilege of receiving a tour of the City of Sanger Solar Array and the Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP), as a reward for winning the Sanger Design ...

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WAMS 8th grade students getting a feel for what is offered at Sanger High with recent campus tour

By Cheryl Senn More than 600 eighth grade students from Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) visited the Sanger High campus recently, for a tour of the campus, and also to receive information about what Sanger High has to offer for ...

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Apaches host recent California Boys Tennis Classic

By Cheryl Senn Even with a rainstorm on the horizon, the Sanger High Apache Boys Tennis Team gave a 100% on the tennis courts this past Friday. The tournament had to be shortened to one day due to incoming rainstorms ...

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Berniece Evelyn Barnes June 17, 1920 – February 23, 2016

Berniece Evelyn Barnes was born June 17, 1920 in Springfield, Missouri, the oldest of 5 children. She graduated from Mt Vernon, Missouri High School in 1938 and moved to Sanger, California in 1945. Berniece raised a family of 5 and ...

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The Gift of Reading

By Cheryl Senn “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” -Dr. Seuss     This whole week is Read Across America for all the schools in ...

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