E-paper highlights: July 21-27, 2022, headlines

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Echo Journal e-papers July 21-25, 2022
Echo Journal e-papers for July 21-25, 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, July 21: Marriage equality sees bipartisan support. Fed rate cheat sheet: What all those terms really mean. “Nope” is another movie masterpiece from writer/director Jordan Peele.
  • Friday, July 22: Bodycam videos: Minneapolis police snipers say they saw a gun before shooting Andrew Tekle Sundberg. Jan. 6 panel lays out Trump’s 187 minutes of inaction. Here’s how the Mariners became baseball’s hottest team.
  • Saturday, July 23: Trump ex-adviser Steve Bannon is found guilty of contempt of Congress. Who’s to blame for flight delays and cancellations? How to turn your house into an Airbnb hotspot.
  • Sunday, July 24: Fire near Yosemite National Park surges. Buck O’Neil is finally going into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. The good news/bad news of inflammation.
  • Monday, July 25: Recession isn’t inevitable, the U.S. Treasury secretary says. Should airlines make baggage check fees consistent? Wordle board game debuts in time for holidays. 
  • Tuesday, July 26: U.S. Reps Ilhan Omar and Betty McCollum, both of Minnesota Democrats, will face well-funded challengers in the Aug. 9 primary election. U.S. weighs declaring monkeypox a health emergency. COVID-19 symptoms almost resolved, President Biden says he feels great.  
  • Wednesday, July 27: Find this week’s Echo Journal pages, along with extra pages of state, national, world, sports, business and entertainment news.
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