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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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Sanger City Manager Tim Chapa setting the table to move the City forward

By Cheryl Senn Sanger City Manager Tim Chapa had the opportunity to speak to the Sanger Rotary Club this past Friday, to provide an update on the City’s activities.  Chapa’s last update was back in October of 2016. “My heart ...

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Fresno County District 4 Board of Supervisor Buddy Mendes speaks at Sanger Rotary

By Cheryl Senn Fresno County Board of Supervisor for District 4, Buddy Mendes, was the guest speaker at the recent Sanger Rotary Lunch. Mendes,  has been farming for over 40 years, is married to wife Leslie and has three children. ...

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Blossom Trail Commons, a housing community, ready to welcome Sanger families this fall

By Cheryl Senn The housing in Sanger is blooming with the new Blossom Trail Commons housing community in Sanger. According to www.blossomtrailcommons, the housing community is conveniently located near downtown and a number of services, schools, open space, grocery, and ...

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Following his father’s footsteps, Joshua Brockett, becomes newest Sanger firefighter/paramedic

By Cheryl Senn The newest member of the Sanger Fire Department firefighter/paramedic team is Joshua Brockett. Brockett’s first official day was July 9, 2018 and his official pinning ceremony was on July 13, 2018. For Brockett, being part of a ...

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Local artist, Paul Parichan, blends art, history, and functionality into his unique lamp collection

By Cheryl Senn When is a lamp more than a lamp?  When you purchase an artistic, historical and functional lighted lamp from local artist Paul Parichan. For 27 years, Parichan has been creating art, with wire and paint, in the ...

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Sanger Fire Department tips to keep Independence Day safe

Compiled In an effort to ensure a safe 4th of July, the Sanger Police Department (SPD) and Sanger Fire Department (SFD) will be working together to enforce the City’s fireworks ordinance with a “zero tolerance” approach, according to SFD Captain ...

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POM Wonderful employees volunteer to beautify Del Rey

Compiled The POM Wonderful volunteer initiative across Del Rey turned out to be a great event, with over 300 POM Wonderful employees participating. The majority of the POM Wonderful workforce resides in Del Rey and strives to make a positive ...

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BTP will be performing the famous musical”Guys and Dolls” this summer

By Cheryl Senn More than 40 local actors and actresses have been auditioning, practicing and adjusting their costumes in preparation for the opening day of the Blossom Trail Players (BTP) production of Guys and Dolls. “We originally chose “King and ...

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