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Wednesday, January 1, 2014 | 75 cents

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Weather The forecast for New Years Day calls for cloudy skies with a high to 47. Overnight lows are expected to fall to 35. Thursday calls for a chance of rain with highs to 47.

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he New Year always rings in hopes and dreams for the upcoming year, and a period of reminiscing over the past 12 months. Looking back over the top stories of 2013, there was a compelling array of sports, crime, a hard-fought election and a centennial celebration. Beginning with 10 and counting down, here are the Courier-Herald’s top 10 stories of 2013.

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Dec. 11 – Single car the accident. crash claims two lives Nov. 6 – Creation Festival A Dec. 6 evening crash exits Expo Center near Enumclaw took the lives of two young men. According to the King County Sheriff ’s Office the single-vehicle crash occurred at about 8:30 p.m. on Southeast 432 and 284th Avenue Southeast, known also as the pickle factory road. Driving the 2001 Volkswagen GTI was 19-year-old Justin Glasco. His 20-year-old passenger was Alfredo Gonzalez. Both were from Enumclaw and died as a result of

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The largest of Enumclaw’s summer festivals packed up its tent and returned to its Eastern Washington roots. Creation Festivals had made the Enumclaw Expo Center its home the past four years, filling the city for four days while people attended concerts and other activities associated with the nation’s largest Christian festival.

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Enumclaw Courier-Herald, January 01, 2014