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Purple bows bring awareness to Relay for Life event, taking place Saturday

By Cheryl Senn Downtown Sanger was recently decorated with a lot of purple bows this past Thursday. The Sanger Relay for Life volunteers decorated all the light posts along 7th Street and at intersections along 7th Street. Relay for Life ...

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Community was fired up at the recent Chamber Farmers Market Grand Opening

By Cheryl Senn According to Sanger District Chamber of Commerce staff, downtown was came alive with 1,000 people in attendance for the Grand Opening for the 2017 Sanger District Chamber of Commerce September Farmers Markets. The Grand Opening Ceremony began ...

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New Parks & Recreation Supervisor Joaquin Zamora, experienced and ready to grow with the City

By Cheryl Senn Back when new City of Sanger Parks & Recreation Supervisor Joaquin Zamora was a child in school he had no idea recreation would be his calling. Zamora says this is an exciting time for him and his ...

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Drivers will experience noticeable improvements after 8th & “P” St reconstruction

By Cheryl Senn By the end of October, Sanger’s “P” Street will be looking and functioning a lot better, according to Sanger City Engineer Josh Rogers. The construction work on “P” Street is scheduled to last for 65 days and ...

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New SUMC Pastor Neal Harris, looking forward to meeting people and learning about Sanger

By Cheryl Senn On July 2nd there was a new pastor, Pastor Neal Harris, preaching to the Sanger United Methodist Church (SUMC) congregation. “The bishop pointed me here to Sanger,” said Harris, who’s first full Sunday Service was on July ...

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New United Health Center facility preparing to meet the comprehensive medical needs of Sanger

By Cheryl Senn Meeting the medical needs of Sanger residents will be a lot easier when the doors open to the new United Health Centers (UHC) facility, on 7th Street, later this fall. According to David Phillips, United Health Centers ...

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Religious themed cupcakes take the top prize at inaugural St. Mary’s Cupcake Wars

By Gabrielle Rivas It was truly a sweet victory for Valeria Covarrubias, who won first place, in the inaugural St. Mary’s Summer Festival Cupcake Wars competition, this past weekend. Two people participated in St. Mary’s Cupcake Wars at their annual ...

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Create a Cottage-Style Garden to support your local bees: Tips For Getting Started

By Christy Erickson Personal gardens are a great way to help local bee species that are struggling to survive. These insects are essential to our environment, as they help flowers bloom and are vital in the growth of many of ...

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Look good and feel good with every SHS Student Store purchase at Mavericks Screen Printing

By Berenice Vargas Wearing the latest Apache gear and supporting Sanger High School (SHS) students just got easier. By visiting Mavericks Screen Printing’s new store front, SHS Student Store inside the SHS office, or one of the Mavericks mobile units, ...

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RISE Church, elevating people to a new way of life

By Berenice Vargas Tito Villegas, Sanger resident and local pastor of a new place to worship, RISE Church, is hoping to find a new home in Sanger. “It wasn’t until last year when my wife and I realized that our ...

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