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Each life needs its own quiet place

By Cheryl Senn I was able to go to the movies recently, with my daughter, and we chose to watch the movie A Quiet Place. (Spoiler Alert) The movie was about a family which had live without making any sounds ...

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Look a little closer

By Cheryl Senn This past weekend, I was able to take a drive, in our local foothills, to take some photos of all the wildflowers that are blooming around Sanger. I stopped multiple times because there were multiple areas with ...

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Busy as a Bee

By Cheryl Senn “When the flower blossoms, the bee will come.” – Srikumar Rao Last weekend I took a couple of hours to drive around the countryside of Sanger and stop and take some photos of almond blossoms. I stood ...

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#SangerProud

By Cheryl Senn As I watched the 52nd Super Bowl football game, this past Sunday, I also watched a lot of very unique commercials. One commercial was from a local Fresno business and at the end the business owner included ...

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Team support

By Cheryl Senn What does it take to be a winning team? I would guess people would say a team would need talented athletes and experienced coaches. That is true. But that is only part of it.  I believe you ...

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The shape of water, the shape of you

By Cheryl Senn It did seem coincidental that it would rain for a couple of days after I went to the theaters to see the movie “The Shape of Water,” with my daughter. As I watched the droplets of water ...

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Wrapped with love

By Cheryl Senn I once heard the saying that “the greatest gifts are not wrapped in paper, but in love.” I was fortunate to have the opportunity to volunteer with the Sanger Police Department as a Sanger Fire Department Community ...

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Narcos or Nothing

By Michael Castillo , Guest Editorial  Latinos portrayal in any form of mainstream media is minimal to none. Especially in the world of entertainment in America. In a world that has huge diversity, there is discrimination still going on today. ...

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Parades celebrate what is best in a community

By Cheryl Senn The route of the recent 70th annual Toyland Parade was lined with more than 5,000 people, all who wanted to see the floats, bands, cars, horses, and people, who were proudly moving down the downtown streets. Alex ...

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Lights brighten up the holidays with message of love

By Cheryl Senn It seems there are more lights being lit right after Thanksgiving, in preparation for Christmas. Watching the City of Sanger Public Works employees string lights on the big Christmas trees in Brehler Square amazed me because more ...

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