E-Paper Highlights: Check Out Echo Journal Electronic Edition News November 18-24, 2021


Here are the highlights of what has been published in the Echo Journal electronic articles online over the past week. Each e-paper contains seven to nine pages of global, national, state, business, entertainment and sports news and is available daily.

  • Thursday, November 18: New nursing programs aim to attract rural providers to central Minnesota. The US House is censoring Representative Paul Gosar, R-Arizona, for posting a violent video. The Manhattan District Attorney will exonerate the men convicted of the murder of Malcolm X. Nine must-see movies released in December include “West Side Story”, “Being the Ricardos” and “Spider-Man: No Way Home”.

  • Friday, November 19: President Biden is considering a US boycott of the Beijing Winter Olympics. Are quadruple drive-thru lanes coming? “It’s a Wonderful Life” still resonates. The United States will allow texting to the new “988” suicide prevention hotline.

  • Saturday, November 20: Kyle Rittenhouse acquitted of all charges. The United States is expanding eligibility for COVID-19 booster shots to all adults. Kamala Harris is the first woman to serve as interim president when President Biden briefly transfers power to her during a routine colonoscopy.

  • Sunday November 21: Hundreds of people march in protest against Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal and racial injustice. Troubles in Europe as the blockages return. Algal blooms threaten human health.

  • Monday November 22: The Chinese tennis star says she is safe. US intelligence shows Russian plans for a possible invasion of Ukraine. A car drives through a vacation parade in Wisconsin. Vacation shoppers grapple with rising prices as inflation takes its toll. Lady Gaga dresses to kill in the movie “House of Gucci”. NFL summary of Sunday games.

  • Wednesday November 24: 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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