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Meet new Sanger firefighter/paramedic, Mark Pisching, first in his family to join the fire service

By Cheryl Senn Sanger’s newest Firefighter/Paramedic (FF/PM), Mark Pisching, is the first in his family to join the fire service. According to Sanger Fire Chief Greg Tarascou, new firefighter/paramedic Mark Pisching, will spend his first year, with the department, fine ...

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Sanger Woman’s Club “Garden ParTea,” combined beautiful decor, great conversation, and delicious food, to benefit charitable giving

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Woman’s Club Clubhouse was filled with 15 elegantly decorated tables, awaiting the more than 100 lunch guests that would be seated around the individually themed tables, during the recent Garden ParTea luncheon fundraiser. As guest arrived, ...

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Richard Franco, Sanger Police Officer of the Year, exhibits a strong commitment to the community

By Cheryl Senn The 2016 Sanger Police Department Officer of the Year, Richard Franco, has been with the department since 1996. Franco began his career with the Sanger Police Department (SPD) as a dispatcher, over 21 years ago. “I was ...

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Sanger 2017 Firefighter of the Year, Captain David Santos, incredible leader and mentor, helps to keep the department in a state of readiness

By Cheryl Senn Captain David Santos has served with the Sanger Fire Department for more than 30 years and was recently chosen, as the 2017 Sanger Firefighter of the Year. According to the notification letter, Santos received from Sanger Fire ...

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Pam Viar, Sanger’s 2017 Mother of the Year, attributes God’s grace and wisdom for who her family is today

By Cheryl Senn Pam Viar was recently surprised by the Sanger District Chamber of Commerce and those who nominated her, at a family lunch, with the announcement that Viar was the 2017 Sanger Mother of the Year. Viar was presented ...

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Jessica Guerra, 2017 Citizen of the Year, does what the Lord calls her to do, to serve the community of Sanger

By Cheryl Senn Jessica Guerra said she was extremely blesses and honored to have been named the Sanger District Chamber of Commerce 2017 Citizen of the Year. “Its important for me to give back,” said Guerra. Guerra has lived in ...

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Live Fire Training, rare valuable experience for all firefighters

By Cheryl Senn Two homes filled with smoke and flames is what the Sanger Fire Department (SFD) firefighters faced, as they conducted a Live Fire Training, this past Saturday. “You gotta know your enemy,” said SFD firefighter/paramedic, Kyle Young, about ...

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“Sanger Rocks”, a new social media scavenger hunt, brings many smiles to those who participate

By Cheryl Senn Combining art, a scavenger hunt, photography, the game of Clue and a whole lot of smiles, Sanger Rocks, is the new fun group everyone is joining. The directions on the Sanger Rocks Facebook page said: “This is for ...

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City council woman, Melissa Hurtado, wants to create a better place for the people of Sanger to live prosperously

By Benjamin James Ayala The City of Sanger elected three new city council members this year with the past election, in November 2016, and one of the council members is named Melissa Hurtado. As the new council woman on board, ...

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Gong’s IGA Market receives Pillar of Public Health Award

By Cheryl Senn Gong’s IGA Market is a great example of both a Retailer and Employer Pillar, according to a County of Fresno Department of Public Health Press Release. Gong’s Market offers their community ready and affordable access to healthful ...

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