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2013's top stories


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NEW EYE AT THE PARK: One of the big stories of 2013 was the arrival of Lem Pratt, right, seen here with Steve Stout at the Goldendale Observatory, as manager of state parks in the Goldendale area.

2013 was a year of colorful stories, ranging from wolves wreaking havoc in the county to meeting the new congressional district's representative. In this first part of a multi-part series, here are The Sentinel's top stories of the past year.

January, 2013

Parks get new manager

Lem Pratt, the new manager for the Goldendale area state parks, proposes revitalization and more community involvement for the Goldendale Observatory and other nearby state parks.

"We want to get the park back into the community and the community back in the park," says Pratt.

Pratt, who started at his new post on Dec. 1, is now managing the Maryhill State Park, Columbia Hills State Park, the Klickitat Trail Park,...

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