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Here’s just a tiny taste of what was published in our seven- to nine-page e-papers online every day in the past week:

  • Thursday, Jan. 7: U.S. tops 21 million COVID-19 cases with record hospitalizations. Photos from the mob assault on the U.S. Capitol. LeBron James considers buying Atlanta WNBA team. Minneapolis parking lot made famous by Prince will become an office building.

  • Friday, Jan. 8: Minnesota’s restaurants prepare to reopen - again. U.S. endures pandemic’s deadliest day. Amazon pledges $2 billion to affordable housing. “Mr. Mayor” (Ted Danson) is an outsider’s comedy about LA.

  • Saturday, Jan. 9: Coronavirus variants may lead to false negative results. Chevrolet introduces virtual auto shows. Ten quick ways to refresh your home in 2021. Hall of Fame Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda dies at 93.

  • Sunday, Jan. 10: Pope Francis to have COVID-19 vaccine. North Korean leader says U.S. is “our biggest enemy” in challenge to Biden. Ten best spots in San Diego.

  • Monday, Jan. 11: Second Republican senator calls for Trump’s resignation. Trump plans defiant final week. As the vulnerable wait, some political leaders’ spouses get vaccines.

  • Tuesday, Jan. 12: Washington, D.C., mayor wants beefed up security for inauguration. San Diego Zoo Safari Park gorillas test positive for COVID-19. Minneapolis police union president to retire. Shows that will help you stick to your New Year’s resolutions.

  • Wednesday, Jan. 13: Find this week’s Echo Journal pages, along with extra pages of state, national, world, sports, business and entertainment news.

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