What you’ve missed in our e-edition: Dec. 17-23, 2020
Here are some highlights from the past week
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Here’s just a tiny taste of what was published in our seven- to nine-page e-papers online every day in the past week:
Thursday, Dec. 17: Dozens arrested in Minneapolis carjacking crackdown; MLB acknowledges Negro Leagues as major league; actress Renee Zellweger earns Grammy nomination.
Friday, Dec. 18: European leaders rush for tests after French leader tests positive for COVID-19; historic snowfalls of up to 45 inches blanket U.S. Northeast; Chicago Blackhawks vow commitment to team name.
Saturday, Dec. 19: Pence, U.S. lawmakers vaccinated; pharmacies predict vaccines will be available by appointment by spring; home trends to enhance your space for the season.
Sunday, Dec. 20: Traveling to Europe may resume sooner than you think; 20 best books of 2020; pediatricians want kids to be part of COVID-19 vaccine trials.
Monday, Dec. 21: Frontline essential workers, those 75 years and older may be next in line for COVID-19 vaccine; achieving a healthy lifestyle isn’t as difficult as you think; NHL schedule features 56 games.
Tuesday, Dec. 22: Congress approves $892 billion COVID-19 relief package; President-elect Biden gets vaccine; MnDOT sees blizzard of submissions for snowplow naming contest.
Wednesday, Dec. 23: Find this week’s Echo Journal pages, along with extra pages of state, national, world, sports, business and entertainment news.