Electronic Articles Highlights: February 3-9, 2022 – Pine and Lakes Echo Journal
PEQUOT LAKES – Here are highlights of what’s been published in Echo Journal’s e-journals 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, February 3: Biden commands 3,000 troops in Eastern Europe. Afghan women are joining their male counterparts in universities. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominees have been announced. Washington Commanders is the new name of the NFL team.
- Friday, February 4: Four aides have quit amid the Boris Johnson scandal in Britain. Minnesota hat company Love Your Melon is sold to a New York brand. Energy costs are rising for Minnesota homeowners.
- Saturday February 5: Former Vice President Pence says Trump was wrong to say he could have overturned the 2020 presidential result. The baseball players’ union denies the mediator’s request. The broadcaster does not shy away from tackling serious topics in its coverage of the opening ceremony of the Olympics.
- Sunday February 6: The first American reinforcements arrive in Poland. The reporter gets caught up in the healthcare system he writes about when he can’t get insulin. American snowboarder Shaun White says the Beijing Olympics will be his last competition.
- Monday, February 7: Here’s how to carry and display a vaccine card. Coverage of the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games draws nearly 14 million people. Take a look at the agricultural publication Agweek.
- Tuesday, February 8: A Canadian court silences protesters’ horns as police seize fuel. President Biden still sees an “exit ramp” from the Ukraine crisis. Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow is calm ahead of his first Super Bowl appearance. Olympic coverage – who wins, who loses.
- Wednesday, February 9: Find this week’s Echo Newspaper pages, plus additional national, national, world, sports, business and entertainment news pages.
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