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September 26, 2016 by Gene Summers (Register to contact)

Retirement is difficult so I spend 1/2 the year with many of you in Morro Bay... my wife tells me to suck it up, but I'm just a valley kinda guy?

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Sanger HS, Historical Society to open Athletic Hall of Fame  The Business Journal

Sanger High School and the Sanger Historical Society will honor homegrown athletes both living and dead on May 5 at the Sanger community center in a Hall of ...

Sanger High School celebrating the life of beloved coach  KFSN-TV

The basketball court at Sanger High, is a familiar place for Jean Nicholson and her son, Tom.

Hurtado looking to turn numbers in her favor in 14th state Senate District  Vida en el Valle

The numbers are there for 30-year-old Melissa Hurtado, a Sanger City Councilmember who believes now is the time to replace the Republican incumbent in the ...

How Sanger Democrat Melissa Hurtado came to be California’s youngest state legislator  The Fresno Bee

Melissa Hurtado beat incumbent Andy Vidak, a Hanford Republican, for the 14th District state Senate seat in the midterms. The Democrat from Sanger is now ...

Rape victim faces former Sanger High School teacher  KFSN-TV

A teenage rape victim expressed anger and fear Wednesday as her attacker fought to avoid serving any time in prison.

A warm welcome back | Features  Porterville Recorder

From Mexican descendants and a father of three and a marriage of 29 years, Sergio Mendoza is ready for his newly appointed position as Burton School ...

Shidan resigns as Sanger football coach  Fresno Bee

Chuck Shidan has retired as Sanger High School's football coach after leading the Apaches to a 203-111 record and enormous popularity in his 27-year tenure.

4th of July Fireworks Events in the Valley  KFSN-TV

Independence Day events around the Central Valley.

Stellar Sanger football season ‘bittersweet’ with likely retirement of coach Shidan  Fresno Bee

Even with the Apaches one win from becoming undefeated Valley champions, the probable retirement of program-building coach Chuck Shidan has this ...

Suspect identified in Sanger High student shooting

Fresno County Sheriff's detectives have identified a suspect in the shooting of Sanger High School student Brianna Ramirez.

Reedley Fiesta Run shakes out Valley Runner of the Year standings  Vida en el Valle

It wasn't a close contest for Sanger High School cross country coach Sean Marzolf as he sped away with the individual title of the 10th annual Reedley Fiesta ...

Sanger High students using unique techniques to grow food

Aquaponics is the process of combining aquaculture and hydroponics to grow produce. Kids at Sanger High School are getting hands-on experience in the ...

Former Sanger teacher pleads no contest to sexual assault  Fresno Bee

A former Sanger High School teacher pleaded no contest Friday to sexually assaulting a 17-year-old girl inside his restaurant in November 2011.

Student experiment selected to be part of Mission 12 at International Space Station  KFSN-TV

Students working on science experiment will be a part of the Mission 12 Program on the international space station with a group of astronauts.

Crowds pack Tom Flores Stadium in Sanger for playoff football game  KFSN-TV

It was a sellout game in Sanger as Apache fans bled red, white and blue both at Tom Flores Stadium and on the sideline.

State Superintendent Tom Torlakson visits Sanger High School

State Superintendent Tom Torlakson stopped in the Central Valley today to visit several schools in Sanger and Clovis.

Springsteen is right about hometowns. I am proud of mine, too  Fresno Bee

Three decades ago, I fell in love with a powerful idea – and the poet who served it up. It was in the mid-1980s, while attending Sanger High School, that I first ...

Our hometowns stay with us: Ruben Navarrette  USA TODAY

Today, I envy those childhood friends who still live in our hometown.

Sanger native Tim Chapa returns as city manager  Fresno Bee

Sanger's City Council voted 4-0 in December to hire Sanger native Tim Chapa as the new city manager. Chapa replaced Brian Haddix, who resigned in May ...

Sanger running back Andrew Azua earns MVP honor and helps deliver a County win over City in all-star football game  Vida en el Valle

Andrew Azua delivered a bit of Sanger High School Apache football to the 63rd annual City/County All-Star Football Game. Azua, a College of the ...

Former Sanger teacher pleads no contest to sex with minor charges  KFSN-TV

Sergio Heredia was accused of sexual battery and having sex with a minor in November of 2011.

Monache's Suárez, Méndez impressive at Central Area qualifying; Redwood's Ramírez makes history  Vida en el Valle

Monache High School runners Imelda Suárez and Iván Méndez had an impressive Wednesday (May 9) ahead of the Central Section Masters track and field ...

Sean Marzoff, María E. Rodríguez recognized among Valley's best runners  Vida en el Valle

Ken Takeuchi, who has been at the helm of the Valley Runner of the Year series since he launched it 32 years ago, is not bothered that one race drew only 47 ...

Mary Belle (Hutson) Matlock  Register Pajaronian

Mary Belle (Hutson) Matlock died after a battle with cancer on January 19, 2019, in Morgan Hill, California at the age of 86. Mary is survived by her children, ...

Selma High names new boys basketball coach  Hanford Sentinel

SELMA - Johnny Vargas is the new boys basketball coach at Selma High School.

Local Group Makes Ivy League University Dreams A Reality For Valley Students  Valley Public Radio

High school seniors from across the country are checking their email inboxes this month, eagerly awaiting acceptance letters from colleges and universities.

South Pasadena High Triple Jumper Finishes 5th in State  South Pasadena Review

South Pasadena News and Local Events - The track and field season officially came to a close last weekend with the conclusion of the 100th California State ...

2 honored for helping Sanger shooting victim Brianna Ramirez

Citizens who gave priceless gifts to Sanger softball player who lost eye are honored.

Harold Arthur Nielsen | Obituaries |  Hanford Sentinel

Harold Arthur Nielsen. March 23, 1946 - October 3, 2018. Harold Arthur Nielsen was born March 23, 1946, in Eugene, Oregon, the third child of Peter and Dagny ...

March For Our Lives rally draws thousands in Fresno, condemns nation's 'gun culture'  Fresno Bee

Fresno California is part of March For Our Lives, a worldwide planned demonstration on March 24. Locals marched around the Fresno High campus to protest ...

Sierra Pacific girls hoops open with win over Huskies  Hanford Sentinel

The Sierra Pacific Golden Bears girls basketball team opened their season with a dominant 72-13 win over Hanford West High on Tuesday.

Longtime Selma Bears supporter dies  Hanford Sentinel

SELMA - Win, lose or tie, Selma High School athletics always had Eddie Deis on its side.

Ponder ISD  Denton Record Chronicle

In the first batch of standardized test scores released by the Texas Education Agency, Denton County fared better overall this year when it ca… Read more.

"She's getting out of here alive," Las Vegas shooting survivor tells her harrowing tale  KFSN-TV

Sanger native Jessica Milam and a co-worker at Disneyland had just made plans for leaving the concert before Jason Aldean started singing the song when the ...

Summerville High superintendent to retire  Union Democrat

Robert Griffith on Friday announced his retirement after five years as Summerville Union High School District superintendent. Griffith, 63, a resident of Twain ...

What you need to know about Tulare County's suicide rate, which bucks the national trend  Visalia Times-Delta

Suicide is not an acceptable outcome for depression,” Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman said.

Where to see July 4 fireworks shows  Fresno Bee

Celebrate the Fourth of July with a bang at one of these community events planned for Independence Day.

Cutler man writes $10,000 surprise check to Orosi High School  KFSN-TV

The owner of a Cutler food mart and gas station surprised Orosi High School this week with a $10000 check. For Jack Mohamed, it's all about investing in the ...

Winners in 2017 Fresno County History Day go to state competition  Fresno Bee

The 34th annual Fresno County History Day was held March 11 at Fresno Pacific University in Fresno, California. More than 500 students from 52 schools in ...

Brady Keane: Ryan's championship hopes fell short, but the future remains bright  Denton Record Chronicle

With Ryan's loss to Highland Park in the Class 5A Division I state semifinals Saturday, the Denton area will not be represented at the UIL State Championship ...

Arizona football recruiting: Wildcats offer several high-end 2019 prospects and a 2018 punter  Arizona Desert Swarm

Kevin Sumlin and the rest of the new coaching staff have been putting in work on the recruiting trail.

New head coach for Selma High football  Hanford Sentinel

A new era of Selma High football began with the hiring of Matt Logue as the new head football coach. Logue comes to Selma after spending the last eight ...

Early Look Ahead to the 2019 Class  Block U

Now that we are through the 2018 recruiting cycle, let's shift our focus to the 2019 recruiting class for the Utah Utes. Unlike this time last year, Utah does not have ...

Prep notebook: Big weekend for wrestlers  Hanford Sentinel

SANGER - Even after making West Yosemite League history, the Lemoore girls wrestling team's week continued to get even better.

Kingsburg girls basketball building for season  Hanford Sentinel

The Kingsburg Vikings girls basketball team is off to a 5-5 start to the season after falling to the Sanger Apaches 62-37 Dec. 16 at Sanger High School.

Do you want to go to law school? San Joaquin College of Law to host Career Forum featuring diverse panel...  Fresno Bee

Jonathan Peña's path to law school began in the fields. It was there that he learned empathy for others and the value of hard work.

Jill Simonian: Big-city mom finds herself crushing on Fresno  Fresno Bee

It happened again last month, for the third time. I was at one of my younger cousin's weddings in my hometown and felt it.

Valley high school students encouraged to apply for state arts summer school  Fresno Bee

Application deadline for the California State Summer School for the Arts, or CSSSA, is Feb. 28.

Clovis North girls soccer goal: Continue winning tradition  Fresno Bee

Clovis North High School's girls soccer team is showing championship form in the 2016-17 season. The Broncos have been there before under head coach Nick ...

16-year-old girl shot in the eye in Parlier

A 16-year-old is in critical condition at Community Regional Medical Center after being shot in the face while riding in a car with her mother.

Homegrown suds and creativity: popular bath bombs created in Clovis studio  Fresno Bee

The popular e-commerce site, Etsy, is camp to, well, a lot of things. Customized jewelry, fandom-themed stationery, personalized clothing — just think it and it's ...

Selma softball wins Kerman Easter Classic  Hanford Sentinel

Led by tournament Most Valuable Player Alisha Marshall and Most Outstanding Pitcher Anisah Navarro, the Selma Bears softball team won the 2015 Kerman ...

Obituaries for Wednesday, July 12  Fresno Bee

AULT — Delmar L. Ault, 71, of Visalia died June 5. He was an educator. Services were held. Remembrance: Donor's favorite charity. Arrangements: Miller ...

Two former Selma teachers remembered by family, friends  Hanford Sentinel

Selma Unified School District recently lost two teachers whose students, friends, family and colleagues say will be dearly missed. Paul Carr, who taught art at ...

I kept my maiden name. It was a huge mistake.  Fresno Bee

Author and TV commentator Jill Simonian tells why she would take her husband's name if she had it to do over.

Celebrate Fourth of July with these community events  Fresno Bee

If you're looking to see fireworks this fourth of July without all the hose-in-the-front-yard hassles of being safe and sane, there is no shortage of community events ...

Transplanting System Saving Labor, Increasing Yields  AgNet West

A company continues to test its automated lettuce transplanting system on the Central Coast. The Plant Tape system takes a lot of labor out of the transplanting ...

Criminals who attack law officers face ‘wrath’ of District Attorney’s Office, Smittcamp says  Fresno Bee

An arraignment was delayed to Sept. 15 for a Fresno man charged with the attempted murder of two Fresno County correctional officers. Thong Vang, 37, is ...

Kingsburg High School winter schedules released  Hanford Sentinel

Kingsburg School has released its winter sports schedules for the 2014-15 seasons for six teams. Here is a look at what the non-league schedule looks like for ...

Selma native accepted to Stanford  Hanford Sentinel

When Selma native Dilpreet Sahota was 7 years old in 2002, his mother Avninderjit was diagnosed with leukemia.

Selma Athletic Hall of Fame: Selma High 1964 undefeated football team  Hanford Sentinel

It was week five of the 1964 season, and the Selma High School football players were preparing for their soon-to-start game when the unusual happened.

Hounds start hot  Atascadero News

ATASCADERO — The Greyhounds girls tennis team welcomed the Bearcats to their home courts Tuesday, finishing up their first round of league play.

Atomic Torosian, managing partner at Crown Jewels, dies at 67

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Bears, Vikings earn All-League honors  Hanford Sentinel

Selma High's historic football season, which saw the Bears go 13-0 in winning a CIF Central Section championship, has paid off in the Central Sequoia League ...

A trip back in time: Kingsburg Historical Society calendar examines the city and its residents across the ages  Hanford Sentinel

Between the pages of the 2015 Kingsburg Historical Society calendar are photographs of old buildings and landmarks. Local historian Ronald Bergman ...

Bands head to Selma for annual parade and review  Hanford Sentinel

The Selma Rotary Club will host its 51st annual Marching Band Festival, consisting of a parade and field show, Saturday, Oct. 31.

Hall of Famer  Hanford Sentinel

Reedley College will induct seven new faces into the Tiger Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, Aug. 10. Kingsburg resident Oscar Hirschkorn is one of those to be ...

New captain for Selma Fire Department  Hanford Sentinel

One recent afternoon, Debbie Rowe and several other Selma city firefighters wore full gear as they stood on a rooftop of a soon-to-be demolished house.

Selma Rotary Marching Band Festival is Oct. 26  Hanford Sentinel

One of Selma's foremost events is the annual band festival that attracts high school and middle school marching bands from throughout the state.

Teatro Azteca: Dreaming Up Spanish Language Theater In Fresno  Valley Public Radio

The United States is dominated by box office hits played at megaplexes with sometimes as many as 21 plus screens, but no more than a few decades ago film.

Selma's New Arts Center Makes A Bold Statement  Valley Public Radio

The City of Selma opens the doors of its new Arts Center Wednesday evening with a ribbon cutting ceremony. And while the building's striking architecture.

Searching For the 'Perfect Peach' with the Masumoto Family  Valley Public Radio

Without a doubt one of the best parts of summer in the San Joaquin Valley has to be *fresh* stonefruit from valley orchards. Ripe, juicy and delicious, the.

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