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Sanger Fire holds agility test for candidates

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Fire Department held the agility testing portion of the firefighting testing, for prospective fire personnel, this past Friday and Saturday, at Dodson Field. A total of 26 candidates registered for the test. Total testing includes ...

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Happy You Year, Creating The Best You in 2015

By Cheryl Senn While out shopping, after the holidays, I saw a sign up in JC Penney’s department store. The sign said,”Happy You Year.” I did not look at this sign as permission to be selfish, but, rather, to improve ...

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STEM Winter Camp, two days learning about environmental engineering

By Cheryl Senn More than 45 eighth grade students participated in the inaugural two-day Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Winter Camp, on the Washington Academic Middle School(WAMS) campus. The theme of the camp was ...

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Del Rey Winter Camp Included Sports, Games, and Nutrition Education

By Cheryl Senn Days of sports, games, activities, and nutrition education filled three days on the Del Rey Elementary School campus. Sixty students enrolled in the 2015 Winter Camp this year, according to Traci Tucker, Winter Camp organizer. Students were ...

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Sanger Woman’s Club Celebrates 103rd Birthday & Hears Fire Safety Presentation

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Woman’s Club members celebrated the 103rd year of the Club’s existence during their January Club meeting and lunch. Sanger Fire Chief Greg Tarascou made a presentation on fire prevention and fall prevention for those in ...

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Donald Gene Case (1950-2014)-Celebration of Life – Jan. 8, 11am, Sanger Eagles Hall

Donald Gene Case 1950 – 2014 Long time Sanger businessman Don Case passed away on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2014. He was born in Sanger on September 18, 1950, the second of three children of Lonnie and Mildred Case. Graduating ...

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Screamin’ Demons Deliver More Than 400 Toys To HOPE Sanger

By Cheryl Senn On December 17, the Screamin’ Demons Motorcycle Club rode into town, with 400 toys, to delivery to HOPE Sanger. According to the Screamin’ Demons President Thomas Qualls, and Vice-President Anthony Cordova, the club had collected toy donations ...

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City Christmas Fest filled with snow and skating fun

By Cheryl Senn For two consecutive Saturdays, the City of Sanger hosted Christmas Fest. A day filled with snow play and skating. Snow was delivered to Brehler Square and a skating rink was set up, for hours of family fun. ...

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New Year’s Resolution – “Scatter seeds of kindness wherever you go.”

By Cheryl Senn In a couple of days, everyone, around the world, will be making New Year’s Resolutions, in honor of the calendar countdown to 2015. It might be the same resolutions which were made at the beginning of 2014 ...

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Local Cosmetologist, Toni Avila, Retires After More Than 50 Years of Service

By Cheryl Senn After more than 50 years of making people look good, in Sanger, Toni Avila is retiring. As of December 31, 2014, Avila will no longer be styling client’s hair, at Styles & Files Hair and Nail Salon, ...

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