E-PaperHighlights: Feb. 25-March 3, 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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Thursday, Feb. 25: Postal service on “death spiral” without urgent reform. Biden administration to send out millions of free masks. Brady, Bucs GM to talk contract extension.
Friday, Feb. 26: U.S. launching effort to educate Americans about COVID-19 vaccine. Twitter may let users charge followers. Minnesota bar, restaurant group files suit to lift COVIC-19 restrictions.
Saturday, Feb. 27: Republicans praise Trump at annual conference. Tax refunds flow into economy far behind last year’s pace. How inclusive are Netflix shows and movies?
Sunday, Feb. 28: Women gain record power in state legislatures. Millennials are the most likely generation to brave travel in 2021. Hillary Clinton’s political thriller sounds pretty wild.
Monday, March 1: Johnson & Johnson vaccine cleared for use in U.S. Hurricane season could start in May this year. Millennial renters are giving up on home ownership.
Tuesday, March 2: Senate to debate COVID-19 bill this week. Nobel Peace Prize draws hundreds of nominees. Before Tiger Woods: Accident is a reminder of Ben Hogan’s achievements after near-fatal crash.
Wednesday, March 3: Find this week’s Echo Journal pages, along with extra pages of state, national, world, sports, business and entertainment news.