E-Paper: What you may have missed Dec. 24-30, 2020
Highlights of the past week in the Echo Journal e-paper
Make it your New Year’s resolution to subscribe to the Echo Journal and read news online every day of the week.
Here are highlights of what was published in the Echo Journal e-papers online every day in the past week. Each e-paper is seven to nine pages of world, national, state, business, entertainment and sports news:
Thursday, Dec. 24: U.S. faces risk of government shutdown; two bowl games - Cotton Bowl and Rose Bowl - in a pandemic; New York considering limited fans for Bills’ playoff game; 12 of the best songs of 2020.
Friday, Dec. 25: Coronavirus aid at risk as lawmakers block Trump changes; pope leads low-key Christmas Eve Mass; Fauci says herd immunity could require 90% to get vaccine.
Saturday, Dec. 26: Three suffer minor injuries in Nashville explosion; pope calls on nations to share vaccines in his Christmas address; Canadian hockey teams will play in home venues.
Sunday, Dec. 27: Benefits lapse for millions as Trump fails to approve stimulus; billions of dollars spent on fighting California wildfires, but little on prevention; Great Lakes advocates hope Biden will take on climate change; study says masks are no more confusing to children than sunglasses.
Monday, Dec. 28: Nashville blast suspect died in explosion, police say; Girl Scouts accuse Boy Scouts of poaching their members; Fauci believes the worst of the pandemic could be ahead.
Tuesday, Dec. 29: Authorities search for motive in Nashville blast; vaccines effective against new strings, White House czar says; “Cobra Kai” gets early New Year’s Day release.
Wednesday, Dec. 30: Find this week’s Echo Journal pages, along with extra pages of state, national, world, sports, business and entertainment news.