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Spring brings hope to downtown Sanger

By Cheryl Senn On Groundhog Day, Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow and so it is predicted it will be an early spring.  By just one glance of downtown Sanger, one could have predicted it would be an early ...

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Caring about community

By Cheryl Senn This past week the words community and caring kept coming up in the stories I was covering and also because it was the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday holiday. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said,”Our ...

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Hitting a personal target

By Cheryl Senn I was a little apprehensive when I scheduled the date for my Sanger Police Department Firearms Training session.  This was a silent auction item I bid on months ago at a Chamber banquet. I was excited by ...

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Vision for 2019

By Cheryl Senn “The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.”- Helen Keller  With a couple of ticks on a clock, another year ends, another New Year’s Eve, another New Year’s Day, another resolution, another ...

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Building for the future

By Cheryl Senn 2019 has not even begun and there is a lot of new things happening around town, including building and beautifying downtown. One just needs to take a walk downtown to notice buildings and signage being cleaned up. ...

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Sanger, the town with more than one Santa Claus

By Cheryl Senn The town of Sanger does indeed have a Santa Claus. Santa Claus may take many forms. He may not always wear a red suit and drive a sleigh led by reindeer. Over the past couple of weeks ...

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You are never too old to set another goal

By Cheryl Senn C.S. Lewis once said,”You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” I have had the privilege of being a Sanger Woman’s Club (SWC) member for more than 6 years and ...

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What are YOU Thankful For?

By Cheryl Senn Thanksgiving is a time when everyone reflects on what they are thankful for. Over the past week, I have seen many reasons to be thankful. I have watched a local girls soccer team serve the Sanger Boys ...

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A safety ladder

By Cheryl Senn Who knew there would be so much discussion over the Sanger Fire Department’s request to purchase a gurney and a ladder truck with the use of Measure S funds? The discussion of Measure S Citizens Oversight Committee ...

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Honoring veterans with patriotic warmth

By Cheryl Senn Prior to this year’s Sanger Veterans Day Parade,  a new non-profit organization, Honoring Sanger, presented three local veterans with handmade quilts by the founder of Honoring Sanger, Adam Albrecht.  Each of the recipients were chosen by their ...

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