E-paper highlights: Echo Journal headlines from Oct. 6-12, 2022

Take a look at just some of what was on the Echo Journal's e-paper pages in the last week at

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Epaper highlights for Wednesday, Oct. 12, 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.

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Murel Backman, Richard Behary and Suzanne Henk take oaths of office
Dawn Maucieri and her brother Tony Maucieri Jr. run Maucieri's Italian Bistro in Crosslake
Inhaled treatment will be topic of discussion
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Local 284 represents the school district’s support staff, including office workers, custodians, food service workers and paraprofessionals

  • Thursday, Oct. 6: Correa hints at opting out of deal. Ukraine recovers more territory in region Russia claims to have annexed. Taiwan says it will not rely on others for defense.
  • Friday, Oct. 7:  Wild owner: "I'm getting a little itchy." Legal cannabis poses a quandary for U.S. companies screening staff for drugs. Judge blocks parts of New York gun law.
  • Saturday, Oct. 8:  Jesse Ventura likes what he sees with Vikings. Uvalde school district suspends entire police force. Christian Bale on Amsterdam, fatherhood and the end of the world.
  • Sunday, Oct. 9: Four Midwest restaurants worthy of road tripping. Ireland is "numb" as 10 die at petrol station explosion. After Ian, a low-lying Florida city starts to rebuild; should it?
  • Monday, Oct. 10: Vikings bear down: Minnesota tops Chicago for third straight comeback win. Putin calls bridge blast terrorism.  Readers share stories of small acts of kindness.
  • Tuesday, Oct. 11:  Woodworking wonder: Brainerd teen turns hobby into business. Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins sets record in win over Bears. Watchdog group sues Florida governor, claims public records law was violated over migrant flights.
  • Wednesday, Oct. 12: Find this week’s Echo Journal pages, along with extra pages of state, national, world, sports, business and entertainment news.
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