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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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Socorro Deaver, building a firefighting community, with proceeds from inaugural Jim Deaver Fire Academy Scholarship

By Benjamin James Ayala The Jim Deaver 2017 Fire Academy Scholarship fund committee has organized an event to help with the funds for the inaugural scholarship. The 1st Annual Fire Fighters in the Making Fundraiser barbeque on March 26th at ...

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Sanger Eagles Hall makeover updates facility for community events

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Eagles Post 1147 Hall recently received a much need makeover. Eagles board member Denny Noller gave a tour of all the updated details. First, four and half booths were removed from the east wall in ...

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Student artistic expression exhibited at SUSD Youth Art Month Competition

By Benjamin James Ayala Last Saturday, Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) showcased the art of elementary school students, from throughout the district, at the Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) Arts Gallery, for the Youth Art Month Showcase. This art showcases ...

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Local Girl Scout Troop 3579 busy selling cookies, earning badges, and planning to make the City a greener place

By Benjamin James Ayala   Local Girl Scouts Troop 3579 has high hopes of earning badges and making the City of Sanger a greener place. Girl Scouts Cookies are back in season and Troop 3579 is one troop who is ...

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Sanger’s new Sluggers Club, giving athletes a place to practice their swing

By Cheryl Senn The renovations and improvements to the former barbershop and electronic store, on N St, took more than two years, to provide an opportunity for Sanger youth to pick up a bat and practice their swing. The new ...

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Working together to design a Tiny Home at the SUSD STEM Challenge

By Benjamin James Ayala Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) Science Technology Engineering & Math (STEM) Challenge, once again, promotes young engineers to push boundaries as they design and promote ideas as a team of bright minds. This year, the challenge ...

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Sanger’s New Mayor Frank Gonzalez, feels honored to represent his hometown

By Greg Coronado The city of Sanger’s new mayor, Frank Gonzales says he feels honored to be representing his hometown as Mayor. Gonzalez was born and raised in Sanger, California. He is also a Sanger High Class of 1984 alumni. ...

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More color is added to enhance worship at St. Mary’s Church

By Cheryl Senn St. Mary’s Church parishioners can enjoy more color, as they attend worship, now that color fiberglass windows are being installed in the church sanctuary and narthex. St. Mary’s Catholic Church, on Bethel Ave., is adding color fiberglass ...

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