E-paper highlights: Sept. 15-21, 2022
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Here are highlights of what was published in the Echo Journal e-papers online in the past week. Each e-paper is seven to nine pages of bonus news from around the world, including national, state, business, entertainment and sports news.
- Thursday, Sept. 15: End of COVID-19 pandemic is “in sight.” King Charles and sons escort the queen's coffin. Electric vehicles power homes when utilities go down. Amazon Prime Video takes over Thursday night football.
- Friday, Sept. 16: U.S. railroad strike averted by tentative late-night deal. World tolerates disgraced Prince Andrew. Should you be worried about the IRS? Tennis great Roger Federer announces retirement.
- Saturday, Sept. 17: King Charles stands vigil as Queen Elizabeth’s lying-in-state queue swells in London. Read this before you post your location. Doobies Brothers member missed Minnesota State Fair concert in 2021 because he had COVID-19.
- Sunday, Sept. 18: A mental health overhaul is in the works in rural Minnesota. What ever happened to bluegill ducks in Minnesota? These NFL teams can’t afford to go 0-2.
- Monday, Sept. 19: Dr. Anthony Fauci warns of anti-vaccine attitude, saying backlash may undermine future efforts. If it measures less than 3 inches, it’s too small to recycle. NFL roundup of who won and who lost Sunday’s games.
- Tuesday, Sept. 20: Pomp and sorrow as world bids final farewell to Queen Elizabeth. Hurricane Fiona leaves Puerto Rico in a blackout. School book bans see unprecedented surge.
- Wednesday, Sept. 21: Find this week’s Echo Journal pages, along with extra pages of state, national, world, sports, business and entertainment news.