E-Paper Highlights: See some of the news from Echo Journal e-paper pages on Dec. 2-8, 2021
Take a look at just some of what was on the Echo Journal's e-paper pages in the last week.
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, Dec. 2: The United States reports its first omicron case of a fully vaccinated traveler from California. Economy is gaining steam, but shortages persist. Congress scrambles to avoid a government shutdown.
Friday, Dec. 3: Higher mortgage rates are forecast going into December. The United States steps up the fight against omicron as the variant marches across the globe. Here’s how to tell the difference between a cold, flu and COVID-19.
Saturday, Dec. 4: People who decorate for the holidays appear friendlier, study finds. Michigan teenager’s parents are charged with involuntary manslaughter. Mandates will disrupt the supply chain. Movie review: “West Side Story” is magic.
Sunday, Dec. 5: Parents of Michigan school shooting suspect plead not guilty. CNN fires anchor Chris Cuomo over his role to help his brother, ex-New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, in sex scandal. Europe cracks down on the unvaccinated. Best books of 2021.
Monday, Dec. 6: Longtime U.S. Sen. and presidential candidate Bob Dole dies at age 98. Switch up your holiday gift-giving. Cash in on your old clothes.
Tuesday, Dec. 7: U.S. officials to boycott Beijing Olympics over rights “atrocities.” New York City expands COVID-19 vaccine mandates for children and the private sector. Global oil CEOs stress the need for more oil.
Wednesday, Dec. 8: Find this week’s Echo Journal pages, along with extra pages of state, national, world, sports, business and entertainment news.
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