Read highlights of what’s been published in Echo Journal e-articles online over the past week. Each e-paper is seven to nine pages of bonus news from around the world, including national, state, business, entertainment and sports news.
- Thursday April 14: The United States extends the mandate of the public transport mask for another two weeks. Life expectancy in the United States has dropped two years to 77 in 2020. San Francisco Giants assistant coach makes history as the first woman to hold an on-court coaching role in Major League Baseball.
- Friday April 15: Ukraine claims a strike against a Russian warship. With Twitter in his sights, Elon Musk seems to be creating a new model for billionaires. The decision to retire the Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher after seven perfect innings was…perfect.
- Saturday April 16: Largest ship sunk during the war in 40 years; The kyiv industrial site was hit in apparent retaliation. Follow these tips if you’re planning a move.
- Sunday April 17: A new device enables early detection of lung cancer. Some communities in Minnesota are facing post-pandemic challenges. Opening the cabin is a rite of spring, but do it the right way.
- Monday April 18: Mariupol is on the verge of fall as Ukrainian fighters defy Russian demands for surrender. Here’s how not chasing money made NFL quarterback Tom Brady a rich man. Russia’s war against Ukraine has environmental consequences.
- Tuesday, April 19: The carry mask mandate was deemed illegal and is no longer enforced. Amid a wave of departures, the Minnesota Capitol is losing key legislative negotiators. Russia launches new offensive as Ukraine reports explosions all along eastern front.
- Wednesday April 20: Find this week’s Echo Newspaper pages, plus additional national, national, world, sports, business and entertainment news pages.
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