Subscribers, here’s just a tiny taste of what was published in our e-papers online every day in the past week. Visit to connect your print and digital accounts and then find news that happens between print editions. Each e-paper is seven to nine pages of world, national, state, sports, business and entertainment news:

  • Thursday, Dec. 31: State lawmakers to return to session Jan. 5; 24 Army football players linked to cheating scandal; McConnell rules out $2,000 stimulus checks.

  • Friday, Jan. 1: Times Square barricaded, quiet for New Year’s Eve; Trump says, “We have to be remembered for what’s been done;” Fauci says arrival of COVID-19 variant in U.S. was ‘inevitable.”

  • Saturday, Jan. 2: Republican-led Senate defies Trump, overrides defense bill veto; Wisconsin pharmacist accused of destroying COVID-19 vaccines; tips to paint your house like a pro.

  • Sunday, Jan. 3: Vandals target homes of Pelosi, McConnell over stimulus; how will theme park capital Orlando recover from 2020?; Garrison Keillor writes about a “Minnesota Life.”

  • Monday, Jan. 4: Trump demands Georgia elections official overturn his defeat; Brady gives Tampa a season unlike any other; which organic foods are worth the price?

  • Tuesday, Jan. 5: Top Georgia election official says White House pushed him to take Trump call; Chicago teachers rejecting return to classroom; scientists worry variant may resist COVID-19 vaccine; Biden to replace inaugural parade with short walk to White House; TV 2021 - what to watch, try and avoid; Indianapolis region to host entire 2021 NCAA tourney.

  • Wednesday, Jan. 6: Find this week’s Echo Journal pages, along with extra pages of state, national, world, sports, business and entertainment news.

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