Seniors Ossiel Gomez and Jose Rauda and others in their group helped set up the night’s event in the Sanger High south gym May 16.
Joseph Kalpakoff walked the perimeter of his recycling plant on Elm Avenue in Fresno pointing out the bales of cardboard, mixed paper and sorted plastics.
Kennolyn Camps, which started with an operation in Santa Cruz in 1946, has opened a new overnight children’s summer camp in Huntington Lake and is accepting campers for the summer season.
Sanger American Legion Post 23 plans a Chili Verde Plate Fundraiser dinner from 3 to 7 p.m. April 26 at the post, 1502 O St. Cost is $10. Dine in or take out available. Details, Clint Vance 559-960-2337.
Johnathan Palomares and Nathan Rodrigues had just completed a virtual reality mission that sent them into hostile territory to extract a Navy special operations team under heavy enemy fire.
U.S. Rep. T.J. Cox spent the early part of the day watching as Sanger veterans and local officials broke ground on what is expected to be a park and veterans memorial at the corner of Indianola and Jensen avenues.
One of a pair of new additions to the Sanger Unified school bus fleet moved silently out of the massive warehouse that serves as the school system’s maintenance facility.
Mishael McDougal had just given one of two presentations at Sanger’s Madison Elementary School when a kindergartener asked if cows ate “grass and stuff.”
TJ Cox, the Democratic challenger elected to Congress from California’s 21st congressional district, spent much of his time in the days after his confirmation to the highly contested seat getting his staff in order, preparing the transition of regional offices from former U.S. Rep. David Val…
Mason Frazier stepped up to the microphone, oriented himself in front of a crowd of a couple thousand teachers, administrators and classified employees and began to sing.
Editor's note: Sherra True wrote these reminisces some time ago, but they stand the test of time. Each graduating year, the latest Apaches to go out into the world bring back a mountain of experiences. This is one memory many may find just a bit to relate to.
Selma freshman Saad Saleh said what really stood out to him at Sanger High’s second annual Special Olympics Volleyball Tournament on Dec. 7 was the dance performance, a new addition to the event this year.