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Where there’s fire there’s smoke

By Cheryl Senn I don’t know about you, but the past few weeks, of dealing with the smoke in the Valley from all the forest fires throughout the state has been really hard on me. It seems like my eyes, ...

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The Airbnb Experience

By Cheryl Senn Want to take a trip and have a place to stay which has the home away from home feel? Try Airbnb.  Yes, it sounds like an ad for the trendiest way to have lodging accommodations while you ...

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Ready? It’s Time For A Vacation

By Cheryl Senn It was once said by Robert Green,”A vacation is having nothing to do and all day to do it in.” It seems the combination of extremely hot and humid weather and the last week of July has ...

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The race is not over until you cross the finish line

By Cheryl Senn I attended the first Sanger Night Run Series track meet last Wednesday and I came away inspired.  The races were scheduled to begin at 8pm. I looked at my temperature gauge on my car and it read ...

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You gotta have the passion

By Cheryl Senn When I was interviewing local artist Paul Parichan, he said in order to be successful you need to be passionate about what you are doing.  Parichan said,“You’ve gotta have that want. That demand, that passion, that love, ...

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The 4th, fireworks and family

By Cheryl Senn This week, on Wednesday, the City of Sanger Parks and Recreation Department, along with support of the Sanger District Chamber of Commerce, will be presenting the 4th of July Spectacular at the Sanger High practice fields. The community ...

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Celebrating community, it’s more than just a word

By Cheryl Senn Have you noticed how the word community keeps popping up in the news, in politician’s speeches and on social media? The latest is a video celebrating community, put together by Facebook for each of its users.  There ...

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Live your best life at any age

By Cheryl Senn What do celebrating a birthday, watching a movie, and interviewing a person for a story about a local play production have in common?  At first you might not see a connection unless you experienced it first hand. ...

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Find your passion and do something you enjoy

By Cheryl Senn I found a common thread running through the message given to the Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) students who promoted by WAMS principal Leo Castillo and to Sanger High School(SHS) graduates by SHS principal Dan Chacon, at ...

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Para mi familia

By Cheryl Senn “Family is not an important thing, it’s everything.” – Michael J. Fox The beginning of the graduation season began last week, in Sanger Unified, with the Sanger Adult School graduation. I watched at how many people attended ...

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