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Valley Fight Series 3 did not disappoint local MMA fans

By Jesalyn Harper It has been many years since amateur Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighters had an opportunity to display their abilities and skills in Reedley, and they did not disappoint.  The Wake House in Reedley, CA, had an exciting ...

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Celebrating 125 years of Masonry in Sanger, honoring the past while shaping the future

By Cheryl Senn For more than 125 years, the Sanger Masonic Lodge, No. 316, has been dedicated to serving the Sanger community.  This past Saturday, October 13, 2018, the 125th Anniversary for the Sanger Masonic Lodge was marked by a ...

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New Well and Water Tank will meet future needs of Sanger residents

By Cheryl Senn At the recent Sanger City Council meeting, John Mulligan, City of Sanger Public Works Director, gave the Council an update regarding Well 14 and an Update regarding Water Tank 3.  Well 14 is located on Muscat by ...

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Hall of Fame meet and greet with four-time Super Bowl winner, Tom Flores

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High School (SHS) Athletic Hall of Fame held a Meet and Greet and Hall of Fame Mixer, in honor of Tom Flores being in town and on the occasion of Tom Flores being chosen as ...

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Sanger to form an awareness coalition to prevent human trafficking

By Cheryl Senn Between 2010 to 2018, over 700 Human Trafficking victims  have been identified, with 647 being female and 54 being male. The youngest victim was 12 years old and the oldest victim was 72. These are just a ...

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Sanger Branch Library remodel offers accessible open friendly layout

By Cheryl Senn On September 10th, 2018 the Sanger Branch Library reopened its doors after being closed for six months, since March 10, 2018, with a whole new look and functionality. New energy efficient lighting, new carpeting, charging stations, new ...

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Night at the Carnival, the Sanger Chamber Farmers Market Kick Off, a Success

By Cheryl Senn More than 3,500 people filled the downtown Sanger streets, this past Saturday, during the Sanger District Chamber of Commerce’s (SDCC) Kick Off Street Fair and Farmers Market with the “Night at the Carnival” theme.  The kick off ...

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VFW monthly breakfast fundraiser, assisted by scouts, encourages community involvement

By Cheryl Senn For two years, the Sanger Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) has been serving breakfast on the first Saturday of the month with the assistance of the Sanger Boy & Cub Scouts. According to VFW Post 7168 Commander ...

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HOPE Sanger helps students begin school year, on the right foot, with new shoes

By Cheryl Senn Shoe shopping was on the mind of over 40 Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) students during the 4th Annual HOPE Sanger Shoes For Kids Program, at the local Walmart. According to HOPE Sanger CEO/President Julie Mendoza school ...

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Sanger firefighters increased efficiency and safety with their recent confined space training

By Cheryl Senn This month’s training for Sanger Fire firefighter/paramedics was Confined Space Training. All shifts participated on different dates at the CAL Fire Training Facility in Del Rey. According to Sanger Fire’s Captain Todd Wilson, Sanger Fire participates in ...

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