E-Paper Highlights: March 18-24, 2021
Take a look at just some of what was on the Echo Journal's e-paper pages in the last week.
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Here’s just a taste of what was published in our e-papers online every day in the past week:
Thursday, March 18: Georgia man faces murder, assault charges after killing eight. Inver Grove Heights man’s life may be changed - permanently - after surviving COVID-19. Find a 2021 NCAA men’s basketball tournament bracket.
Friday, March 19: Atlanta police search for motive in spa murders. NBC breaks silence on Golden Globes controversy. Quarterback Matthew Stafford is ready to join the LA Rams.
Saturday, March 20: Working from home takes a physical toll. What to know about pressure washing your house. Torch relay struggles highlight hurdles for pandemic Olympics.
Sunday, March 21: Marvel Comics to introduce gay Captain America in new series. International spectators barred from summer Olympics. Find a 2021 NCAA women’s basketball tournament bracket.
Monday, March 22: “Border is closed,” Homeland Security chief says as crossings surge. SWAT teams, pepper balls used to enforce spring break curfew in Miami. Serena is the latest big name skipping the Miami Open.
Tuesday, March 23: Colorado supermarket shooting kills 10, including police officer. AstraZeneca says its vaccine was 79% effective in U.S. trials. Cassette tapes are the new old thing to love.
Wednesday, March 24: Find this week’s Echo Journal pages, along with extra pages of state, national, world, sports, business and entertainment news.