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Looking back at 2008

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Election, economy, missing woman were the big stories

By Walt Reichert

Revelers on this New Year's Eve may be tempted to sing "Hit the road, Jack," instead of "Auld Lang Syne" as they usher in 2009. For many - those who lost jobs or those who watched their 401(k)s shrink - 2008 was a trying year.

The economy was the big newsmaker in 2008, and for much of the year, that news wasn't good. The election, of course, was the other big story in 2008, and, depending upon your perspective, the election news was good or bad - or maybe mixed.


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