Friday, March 20, 2020 Neepawa Banner & Press

nbp 20200320 A16 01Get the latest news online with the Neepawa Banner & Press! Click the front page image at the bottom to see the pages from this week, or click the link below to flip through the whole paper on issuu.com.

In this week's paper, see some of the local impacts of COVID-19, from closures, to empty grocery store shelves, to event changes. Read about the U of M student from Neepawa whose engineering team placed second at a national competition, check out our first Ag Section of 2020 and much more!

Don't forget to pick up a hard copy of the Banner & Press so you don't miss out on some great deals in the flyers! In this week's, you can find Home Hardware, Giant Tiger, Rona, Peavey Mart and the Brick, depending on where you pick up your paper.

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Friday, March 20, 2020 Rivers Banner

rbm 20200320 A08 01Get the latest news online with the Rivers Banner! Click the front page image at the bottom to see the pages from this week or take a look at the link below to flip through the whole paper on issuu.com.

This week, see the winner from the 13th annual Northern Pike Classic, a news release from Ducks Unlimited Canada, and see the results of the 2020 Scotties for our community!

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Government of Manitoba COVID-19 bulletin #21

Manitoba Media Bulletin

COVID-19 Bulletin #21

March 19, 2020

Public health officials advise the number of lab-confirmed positive and presumptive positive cases in Manitoba remains at 17 at this time.

Public health investigations are continuing on the two additional positive cases identified yesterday.  It appears that both cases are related to travel.

Read more: Government of Manitoba COVID-19 bulletin #21

March 18 am COVID-19 update

COVID-19 BULLETIN #19 (March 18)

Public health officials advise the total number of lab-confirmed positive and presumptive positive cases in Manitoba remains at 15 at this time.

Public health investigations are continuing on the seven additional positive cases identified yesterday.  It appears that six of the seven cases are related to travel.  Further information about travel is pending for the seventh case.

Read more: March 18 am COVID-19 update

Rancher's Select Bull Sale 2020