E-paper highlights: March 9-14, 2023, Echo Journal e-edition headlines

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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 includes pages of bonus news from around the world, including top international, national and sports news.

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Thursday, March 9

  • FBI chief says TikTok “screams” security concerns.
  • President Biden’s budget aims to cut U.S. deficits by nearly $3 trillion.

Friday, March 10


  • President Biden’s $6.8 trillion budget challenges Republicans.
  • Mexican cartel says sorry for attack on Americans, serves up five suspects.
  • Recipe: St. Patrick’s side dish: Simple Green Cabbage Salad also makes a great sandwich topping.
  • Gophers men’s basketball season ends with a loss to Maryland.

Saturday, March 11

  • Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, a likely presidential hopeful, makes his first trip to Iowa as former President Trump waits in the wings.
  • U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen warns of “economic collapse” from default.
  • U.S. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell is eager to leave the hospital after a fall.

Sunday, March 12

  • A legend passes: Bud Grant, stoic coach of powerful Vikings teams, dies at 95.
  • A final photo with a legend: Friend visits Bud Grant just two days before Grant’s death and snaps a last photo.
  • Men’s college basketball roundup. 

Monday, March 13

  • Battered by destructive flooding, California readies for another atmospheric river storm.
  • Both Russia and Ukraine report high casualties.
  • Failed bank aftermath: U.S. seeks to quell risk of a bank run as Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen pledges protections.
  • Oscars: “Everything Everywhere All at Once” wins the most Oscars.

Tuesday, March 14

  • President Biden attempts to reassure bank system as shock of two bank collapses hammers stocks.
  • Vikings cornerback Patrick Peterson signs with Pittsburgh after not reaching deal with Minnesota.
  • Vikings sign tight end Josh Oliver.

Wednesday, March 15

  • Find this week’s Echo Journal pages, along with extra home and abroad pages of national, world and sports news.
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