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Nice to be sitting where we are and to have the final two games at home, head coach Mike Ojala said of Calumet (12 4, 5 1 West PAC). Is a scary team that can put up points in a hurry. We happy to be where we at. As part of the Congressional cliff deal, unemployment insurance benefits for the long term unemployed will be extended through the end of the year at a cost of $30 billion.The Idaho Department of Labor says the more than 6,000 Idahoans who have been receiving federal jobless benefits, won miss a check, and because of the cliff deal, payments won be interrupted.Jobless Idahoans are eligible to receive up to 26 weeks of state funded unemployment insurance benefits. At its height, long term unemployed could receive up to 99 weeks of state and federally funded benefits. Currently, an unemployed Idahoan can receive up to 63 weeks of state and federal benefits.However, if Idaho monthly unemployment rate stays below 7 percent this month, the maximum number of weeks a person could get federal extended benefits will likely drop to 28 weeks.Federal extended benefits are tied to states unemployment rates.That means the maximum state federal benefit would be 54 weeks.The 6,300 people who received federal extended benefits last month averaged a weekly payment of $248.The Idaho Department of Labor says 95,000 Idahoans have received $900 million in federal extended benefits since the program began.
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The committee’s recommendations would raise tuition by $102 and mandatory fees by $7 per academic year (two semesters), for a total increase of $109, at the community colleges. Tuition at the Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology would rise by $75 per academic year (three trimesters) and mandatory fees by $19, for a total increase of $94, if the committee’s recommendations are approved. Mandatory fees are paid by all students attending a particular college..