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E-paper highlights from the Echo Journal for Jan. 13-19, 2022

Take a look at state, national, sports and entertainment news that was on the Echo Journal's e-paper pages in the last week.

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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 world, national, state, business, entertainment and sports news.

  • Thursday, Jan. 13: State trial of three officers charged in George Floyd killing postponed. Oil demand continues to outstrip supply. Prince Andrew must face sex abuse lawsuit. Bob Saget reportedly died in his sleep.
  • Friday, Jan. 14: Cloth masks are out and N95s are in. President Biden will send military health workers to COVID-19 hot spots. Tennis star Novak Djokovik’s status is still up in the air with the Australian government.
  • Saturday, Jan. 15: Russia appears to be laying ground to invade Ukraine. Free COVID-19 tests will be available by mail starting Jan. 19. Rachel Balkovek is excited to be baseball’s first female manager. 
  • Sunday, Jan. 16: Wear the “most protective mask you can.” Find a list of best-selling books. Hospitals and schools scramble to solve the pandemic-driven nursing crisis.  
  • Monday, Jan. 17: Detroit Lions now have longest playoff drought. President Biden continues push for voting rights bill as he honors Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy. 
  • Tuesday, Jan. 18: Martin Luther King Jr.’s family, Vice President Harris urge U.S. Senate to act to bolster the right to vote. Prince’s estate will be divided between a New York music company and three heirs. Hockey players hustle to Beijing after NHL pullout.
  • Wednesday, Jan. 19: Find this week’s Echo Journal pages, along with extra pages of state, national, world, sports, business and entertainment news.

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