Monday, January 26, 2015

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An Indiana senator proposed a bill that would raise the minimum wage by nearly $3 per hour, plus four other stories you should know for today. 

Michelle Sokol

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48-year-old father Jeremy Packer talks about how his zombie kitten-eating yeti led him to become a nationally sought-after illustrator.

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Authored by Democratic Sen. Karen Tallian, the bill would boost the minimum wage by almost three dollars. 

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Under Obama's "America's College Promise" proposal, modeled in part on new programs in Tennessee and Chicago, to get two free years of community college, students would have to attend at least half time, earn a 2.5 grade-point average and be on track to graduate on time.

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Development of the former Goshen Inn is in limbo, the Elkhart Knights of Columbus brings back Shakey’s Pizza Parlor favorites for their annual fundraiser and three other stories you need to know for your Sunday in Indiana.

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State legislators were present Saturday, Jan. 24, for Elkhart’s first Third House meeting of 2015. Lawmakers addressed the issue of forced annexation in Indiana and provided updates on numerous bills yet to be passed. 




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