E-paper highlights: Echo Journal e-paper headlines for Dec. 8-13, 2022

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Thursday, Dec. 8

  • Kirk Cousins has a fan in Peyton Manning.
  • Gophers quarterback Tanner Morgan is a finalist for a national community service award.
  • Gophers sign football Coach P.J. Fleck to a new 7-year contract.

Friday, Dec. 9


  • U.S. basketball player Brittney Griner heads home from Russia after prisoner swap.
  • Landmark bill protecting same-sex marriage passes.
  • Recipes: Italian Butter Sweets are easy and festive treats.

Saturday, Dec. 10

  • Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema leaves Democratic Party, becomes Independent.
  • Major oil pipeline outage to hit U.S. stockpiles.
  • The U.S. Supreme Court considers immigration.

Sunday, Dec. 11

  • Crews mop up a massive oil spill in Kansas.
  • New Orleans offers high-value holiday delights.
  • Southern California quarterback Caleb Williams wins Heisman Trophy. 

Monday, Dec. 12

  • Orion returns to Earth to complete Artemis I mission.
  • United States tells detained American Paul Whelan to “keep the faith.”
  • Standoff over national debt looming.
  • Vikings fall to Lions and fail to clinch NFC North.

Tuesday, Dec. 13

  • Keystone oil pipeline spill is the largest in a decade.
  • High court upholds flavored tobacco ban.
  • What if your pet eats your poinsettia?

Wednesday, Dec. 14

  • Find this week’s Echo Journal pages, along with extra home and abroad pages of national, world and sports news.
Read more local area news
Local 284 represents the school district’s support staff, including office workers, custodians, food service workers and paraprofessionals
Northern Brainerd lakes area students honored for academics
Norman's family got him into the business, and now helped get him out as well
Windchill advisory is in effect until noon Monday, Jan. 30, for much of the state
Robert Donald Zweigle suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

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