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New Comcast high performance network at Kings River Tech Park supports economic development

By Cheryl Senn There are high hopes of bringing new businesses to the City of Sanger with the recent Comcast Business announcement and official ribbon cutting for the completed $300,000 fiber optic network expansion project in Sanger, California.  “What Sanger ...

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Omega Delta Sigma collects hygiene items, at House of Pendragon, to help homeless veterans

By Cheryl Senn This past weekend, the National Veterans Fraternity, Omega Delta Sigma, at Fresno State, teamed teamed up with veterans groups, in Fresno, Sanger, and Reedley, to support local homeless veterans. “Our goal was to gather hygiene items for ...

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“It’s Elementary” was the theme of the 94th Sanger Chamber Annual Awards Banquet

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Community Center was filled with a sold out audience for the 94th Sanger District Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet honoring members of the fire, police, and community. More than 300 people filled the tables ...

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Every day is a good day for Sanger Fire’s 2018 Firefighter of the Year Chris Waddle

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Fire Department 2018 Firefighter of the Year, Chris Waddle, has served Sanger Fire for 11 years. Waddle said he was very honored he was picked for the 2018 Firefighter of the Year, by his peers, ...

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Sanger Chamber Mother of the Year, Nancy Kacerek, faithfully serves her family and community

By Cheryl Senn The 2018 Sanger District Chamber of Commerce Mother of the Year, Nancy Kacerek, was surprised this past Saturday, at DiCicco’s, in front of family, friends and HOPE Sanger board members and staff. Kacerek was nominated by her ...

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Sanger Citizen of the Year, Rolinda Hernandez, believes in making a difference

By Cheryl Senn The 2018 Sanger District Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year, Rolinda Hernandez, said “I think it’s important to volunteer because it’s a way of making a difference and you meet some great people. I choose to ...

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Sanger Chamber’s 2018 Mr. & Mrs. Farmer, Douglas and Norma Hazelton

Compiled Douglas and Norma Hazelton were surprised with the announcement that they had been selected as the 2018 Sanger District Chamber of Commerce’s Mr. & Mrs. Farmer, by the Chamber CEO/President Tammy Wolfe. The Hazeltons were nominated by family friend, ...

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Women displayed talent at Women’s History Month Art Show at City Hall

By Cheryl Senn This is the second year the City of Sanger has celebrated Women’s History Month with variety of activities and recognitions. Sanger City Council member Melissa Hurtado, who represents District I, organized the activities with the assistance and ...

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National School Walkout, a peaceful, on campus event, at Sanger High

By Cheryl Senn More than 200 students participated in the recent National School Walkout event at SHS. The SHS students joined thousands from throughout the Nation, to take a moment to recognize the 17 victims of Parkland’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas ...

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SWC’s “Stuffy Project” helps comfort children in crisis

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Woman’s Club (SWC) donated 40 packages of stuffed animals and blankets, from this year’s “Stuffy Project” collection, to Sanger Police and Fire Department chiefs and personnel.  The donation took place during the monthly SWC meeting ...

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