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Sold out 2nd SHS Annual Hall of Fame Banquet, honoring 10 inductees, takes place on May 4

Contributed It didn’t take long for the annual Sanger High School Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet to take its place among the city’s premier seasonal attractions.  The inaugural event last year with 20 inductees was sold out a week before ...

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City approved Cost Allocation Plan impacts General Fund FY 2020 by $346,000

By Cheryl Senn The City of Sanger General Fund and Enterprise Cost Allocation Plan is going to reflect a big change compared to the past 10 plus years. Past practice allocation was General Fund 25% and Enterprise Fund 75%. The ...

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Mid Valley Disposal announces AutoZone as City of Sanger Recycler of the Year

By Kiani Murphy, Mid Valley Disposal Locally owned and operated Mid Valley Disposal (MVD) announced AutoZone as their City of Sanger Recycler of the Year. This award is given each year to a business that is making a difference in ...

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Ten honored at 2nd Annual Honoring Sanger awards

By Cheryl Senn The second annual Honoring Sanger awards honored 10 community members at the new Sanger Depot Museum Kindergarten classroom. “I wanted to honor people that were never recognized,” said Adam Albrecht, President of Honoring Sanger. After Albrecht talked ...

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Sierra National Forest reforestation program presented to Sanger Woman’s Club

By Cheryl Senn Amarina Wuenschel, Ecologist with the Sierra National Forest, U.S. Department of Agriculture, spoke at the recent Sanger Woman’s Club about “The Sierra National Forest: a treasure in our own backyard”.  Wuenschel said the Sierra and Sequoia Forests ...

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City of Sanger 2019 Women of the Year

By Cheryl Senn Three Sanger women were recognized by the Sanger City Council in honor of National Women’s History Month.  Sanger City Councilwoman Esmeralda Hurtado presented Dolores Leal-Martinez, Tammy Wolfe and Cheryl Senn with Certificate of Recognition.  Leal-Martinez, a Sanger ...

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New SPD Officer Edwards joins local crimefighters in keeping Sanger safe

By Cheryl Senn A new officer joined the crimefighters and guardians of the Sanger Police Department (SPD) and her name is Sanger Police Officer Shaela Edwards. Edwards was sworn in and celebrated her pinning ceremony on March 7 at the ...

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Fresno State First Lady, Mary Castro, speaks to SWC about campus student cupboard

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Woman’s Club (SWC) March monthly meeting luncheon was filled with color and inspiring words. The SWC clubhouse was decorated in greens, purples, golds and blues in celebration of Mardi Gras and the members had the ...

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Sanger Animal Control Division hosts Dog Education/Adoption Day

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Animal Shelter held a Dog Education/Adoption Day and Bake Sale for the community at the Sanger Animal Shelter facility on North Ave.  Dog education for current pet owners and for those who were thinking of ...

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Blossom Trail Commons, Sanger’s newest affordable housing community, celebrates Grand Opening

By Cheryl Senn Blossom Trail Commons, the newest affordable housing community, held its Grand Opening, this past week. Forty-eight 1-4 bedroom apartment homes are conveniently located near downtown Sanger. It is also located near a number of services, schools, open ...

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