Looking back as the community welcomes 2022
2021 was a year filled with many history making moments in the Valley.
The year began with national news as President Trump visited the Valley, making it his last stop as commander-in-chief.
Just weeks later, the state faced a winter freeze that knocked out power for a week, impacting many at home.
Similar to 2020, COVID-19 took its toll on the community.
After the vaccine was made available, figuring out the new normal became the focus the rest of the year.
As a new threat in the pandemic looms, the tools now available to fight Covid are bringing hope for a brighter new year.
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