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by: Morgan Williams
With the beginning of the New Year, it brings about a time of looking forward to what may come in the days and weeks that follow. With that being said, it is also good to take a second and look back at what happened in the previous year, as a means of considering what has happened and to take away whatever lessons may have been learned, both good and bad, as a means of being able to move forward in the best possible manner. So in that case, here are some of the interesting things that happened in the year 2013, both locally and nationally.
First off, 2013 saw the return of our very own Digger. After temporarily shutting down at the end of December 2012, the Digger would find itself with a new lease on life, after being brought back to existence in the spring of 2013. With the assistance of those that have spent many years trying to make the Digger a valuable member of the local community, as well as the introduction of new blood into the mix, a local favorite was brought back into play for the community to enjoy. With delivery through the USPS system and more color to the layout, the Digger has surely been given the chance to continue to thrive and be the source of quality advertisements and local news that the community relies upon.
To get a broader sense of what would have happened in 2013, the average consumer can travel over to http://newsfeed.time.com/top-10-everything-of-2013/ and check out the top things that would have been found to have happened in 2013. With a healthy sampling of entertainment, political, as well as health news, just to name a few, it is a very interesting read and worth the time it would take to check it out. So with that being said, as the world says goodbye to another year and looks toward the new possibilities that 2014 may bring, it’s always interesting to take a second and sit back while reflecting on what happened, what could have happened and in the end, to consider what still could happen as 2014 opens and the new year begins.