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Resolve to find out who you are for the 2016 New Year

By Cheryl Senn “If you asked me for my New Year Resolution, it would be to find out who I am.” – Cyril Cusack This Thursday, is December 31st, 2015, New Year’s Eve. It is a time for celebrating, a ...

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More than 3,000 Sanger Unified students participated in the global ‘Hour of Code’ Event

By Cheryl Senn Sanger Unified School District students, totaling more than 3,000, had the opportunity to participate in a global event called the Hour of Code, earlier in the month of December, according to Ali Halsey, SUSD DIS of Secondary ...

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Apache Varsity Girls dominate the court beating out McLane 79-49

By Angelica Bonilla The Apache Girls Varsity basketball team hosted the McLane Highlanders this past Tuesday, for some court action. The Apaches dominated the court,  with a big lead, and ultimate win, with an outstanding score of 79-49 against Mclane. ...

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Maybe Christmas means a little bit more…sharing love and joy throughout the whole year

“Maybe Christmas,” he thought, “doesn’t come from a store. Maybe Christmas … perhaps … means a little bit more.” – Dr. Seuss, “How The Grinch Stole Christmas” By Cheryl Senn The whole month of December is filled with events and activities ...

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City Advance, changing lives one city at a time

By Cheryl Senn Back in 2008, the Sanger Community Task Force (SCTF) was formed as a response to a teen shooting, said Pastor Sam Estes, City Advance Director, as he began to give his presentation to the Sanger Rotary Club ...

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State Superintendent Torlakson tours Sanger High and describes the campus as the very best of California’s 10,000 schools

By Cheryl Senn The State Superintendent of Public Instruction for the California Department of Education, Tom Torlakson, recently visited the Sanger High School campus. The focus of the tour was the Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Engineering, Paramount Agriculture Pathway ...

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Project Purple shares the holiday spirit with Kings River/Taft High students during annual luncheon

By Javier Navarro Project Purple visited Kings River High for their annual Christmas Celebration. Project Purple members served the Kings River and Taft High students, as well as staff, pulled pork sandwich, salad and refreshments for lunch. After lunch, Project ...

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Many making the season bright for children in Sanger

By Cheryl Senn There is a lot of brightness in the City of Sanger during the month of December. Thousands of Christmas lights adorn the City water tower, trees in Brehler Square, trees that line downtown, and the big Christmas ...

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Making Sanger a better place to live for youth is Project Purple’s mission

By Cheryl Senn Project Purple, was the main topic of discussion, when Pastor Gary Duran, from Family Worship Center, spoke at the recent Sanger Rotary Club lunch. Duran, who moved to Sanger from Colorado, back in 1995, said he had ...

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Apache Varsity Boys Soccer take another win over Hoover

By Angelica Bonilla The Sanger High Boys Varsity Soccer team took another win, recently, against Hoover, scoring 3-0, this past Thursday. The Apaches remained tied with the Patriots in the first half of the soccer match. “Today is just another ...

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