E-Paper Highlights: Aug 26 – Sep 1, 2021

Be sure to activate your free online access as part of your print membership by visiting pineandlakes.com/activate. Here are the highlights of what has been published in the Echo Journal e-journals online daily for the past week. Each e-paper contains seven to nine pages of global, national, state, business, entertainment and sports news:

  • Thursday August 26: Race of nations to complete the Afghan evacuation. Retired football star Herschel Walker is running for a Republican seat in the US Senate. The ever-expanding Caldor Wildfire is approaching Lake Tahoe.

  • Friday August 27: Biden calls on the Pentagon to develop plans to retaliate against attackers at Kabul airport in Afghanistan. Tennis player Novak Djokovic is looking to complete the Grand Slam calendar at the US Open. Minnesota State Fair returns with a few changes and a little familiarity.

  • Saturday August 28: United States on alert for further attacks in Kabul. Top 10 cars accepting dogs listed. Four tips to prepare for inclement weather.

  • Sunday August 29: Gulf Coast residents flee as the “extremely dangerous” hurricane approaches. The fallout from Afghanistan weighs on presidential candidates. The US Open is held with a focus on the mental health of the players.

  • Monday August 30: Biden witnesses the grim return of soldiers killed in an attack in Afghanistan. Oil companies cut Gulf crude production by 96% as Hurricane Ida hits the coast. Ed Asner, “Lou Grant” of television, dies at the age of 91.

  • Tuesday August 31: Hurricane Ida blows its way through Louisiana and leaves low-lying towns stranded. The United States and its allies complete Afghan evacuations. Fewer people receive social security benefits at age 62.

  • Wednesday September 1: Find this week’s Echo Journal pages, as well as additional pages of national, national, global, sports, business and entertainment news.


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