E-Paper Highlights: April 15-21, 2021
Take a look at just some of what was on the Echo Journal's e-paper pages in the last week.
Subscribers, here’s just a taste of what was published in our e-papers online in the past week. Visit pineandlakes.com/activate to connect your print and digital accounts to get seven to nine pages of world, national, state, sports, business and entertainment news every day:
Thursday, April 15: Biden to begin U.S. exit from Afghanistan May 1. Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine in limbo. Startup wants to keep bananas and avocados fresher longer.
Friday, April 16: U.S. imposes sanctions on Russia for interfering with election and hacking. U.S. preparing for one-year COVID-19 booster shots. Residents rattled near Brooklyn Center unrest.
Saturday, April 17: Five years after Prince’s death, how the Purple One lives on. Japanese prime minister visits for Biden’s first White House summit. Biden calls U.S. gun deaths a “national embarrassment.”
Sunday, April 18: Pandemic provides city vs. state conflicts. Royal family bids farewell to Prince Philip at an intimate funeral. Aggressive logging in Minnesota bluff country threatens wildlife.
Monday, April 19: Fauci says U.S. is unlikely to “just cancel” Johnson & Johnson shots. Is climate change affecting our decision-making abilities? NBA bracing for impact of Derek Chauvin verdict.
Tuesday, April 20: Biden “prepared to compromise” on infrastructure. Diaz-Canel is named Cuba’s next Communist Party chief. Hosts, performances shine at Academy of Country Music Awards.
Wednesday, April 21: Find this week’s Echo Journal pages, along with extra pages of state, national, world, sports, business and entertainment news.