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Articles – Living in Fishers Can be a Moving Experience

Take a walk through almost any neighborhood in Fishers and you’ll find a house for sale or a moving truck in a driveway. It’s no surprise with all the affordable housing, shopping conveniences, and excellent schools, people move here. What’s surprising, however, is just how far (or not) they’ve come. Just ask the Lee Family. The Lees, like many young families, purchase a home that’s suitable for themselves and a young child or two. Then within a few years they’ve discovered they’ve outgrown their home and need to move. Not across the country or even across the state, just across ...

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Take the Train from Fishers to Indiana State Fair

The Indiana Transportation Museum provides round trip transportation to the Indiana State Fair. The “Fairtrain” departs from Fishers Station which is located at 116th Street just west of the I-69 exit. They recommend you arrive thirty minutes before departure to take advantage of the free parking and also to make sure you get tickets. The latest craze this year at the Indiana State Fair is the “Fried Peanut Butter Cup”. Our sympathy goes out to the Fried Snickers Bar, Fried Milky Way, Fried Cheesecake, Fried Twinkies, Fried Oreos, Fried Turkey Legs, and all the other wonderful fried foods at State ...

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Fishers Author, Historian and Humorist: Larry Reynolds

The 150th Indiana State Fair finished up last month and this is the 45th year Reynolds Farm Equipment has displayed their John Deere tractors and other farm and lawn equipment. Larry Reynolds has been there since the beginning. “This is my 47th one, my dad’s 46th, I worked two years with John Deere. It could be my 48th year, I don’t know, but we came as a company in 1961,” Larry partially remembered. This year Larry thought he came up with a great idea, to let kids operate a working miniature excavator. The plan was for the guys to take ...

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