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It isn’t easy being green especially when it’s 80 degrees, almost 60 percent humidity and the green is a thick, furry Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles costume.You have no idea how miserable it is, Ethan Burk said.Sunday
The clock is ticking on a federal program that helps people rebuild their lives after trade-related business decisions rob them of jobs.Unless Congress acts, funding for the Trade Adjustment Assistance program will end Dec. 31.Sunday
“People say we could move, but where would we move? What would we do? This is all we've ever done.”Sunday
Published: September 11, 2013 12:00 p.m.
Suicide Prevention Week at IPFW
Chad Ryan | The Journal Gazette
Ewelina Connolly, director of Project Compass, a suicide prevention initiative at IPFW, hangs one of several banners decorated with students’ messages at Walb Ballroom on Tuesday as part of Suicide Prevention Week.