Category: Cover Stories

The Larner family is traveling to the Congo to meet with the three children they are eager to someday bring home. Pictured are Amanda, Cecilia, 4, and Sebastian, 2. (Submitted photo) 0

Waiting for their children

Local families face infinite adoption delay from Congolese government By Nancy Edwards Like any other mother that has adopted children from overseas, three local women have completed the typical lengthy, rigorous process to welcome...

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Field of Dreams

An early Fishers resident’s dream of building a golf course comes true two generations later By John Cinnamon Imagine Fishers in 1935. It was little more than a stop along the railroad with a...

Bicyclists in Holland Park take advantage of a pretty spring day. The Town of Fish- ers’ Community Development, Engineering and Dept. of Public Works are working on a Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan for Fishers and are seeking input from resi- dents. (Photo by John Cinnamon) 0

Mapping out a Plan

Fishers begins long range planning for pedestrian and bike trails By Ann Craig-Cinnamon  What do you think the Town of Fishers will look like in the year 2040? That may seem rather far into...

Dr. Keith Kunda, director, Fishers Cham- ber Orchestra, at its debut performance on March 23 at Christ the Savior Lu- theran Church in Fishers. (Photo by Ann Craig-Cinnamon) 0

Music to our ears

Group’s mission is to bring more live music and public concerts to Fishers By Ann Craig-Cinnamon It was Sunday evening, and people were streaming into Christ the Savior Lutheran Church in Fishers. While it’s...

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Conner Prairie honors autism awareness

By Nancy Edwards Autistic individuals and their families are invited to explore Conner Prairie Interactive History Park for free tomorrow morning and April 12. In honor of Autism Awareness Month, Conner Prairie and Damar...

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Kristi O’Brien’s Big Break

Win or lose, Fishers resident’s ‘Big Break’ came long before Golf Channel fame By John Cinnamon Think of it as Survivor with golf clubs.  Twelve contestants are brought together – usually in a tropical...

Traffic lights on 96th at I-69 that are part of a DriveFishers project (Photo by John Cinnamon) 0

Smoothing the flow

By Ann Craig-Cinnamon How many times a week does this happen to you: You stop at a red light on 96th or 116th Street. You then get the green and move to the next...

Fishers YMCA “LiveSTRONG at the Y” participants, front, left to right: Pam Gerecke, Grace Leon, Y Instructor Julie Kenny; back row left to right, Melanie Scott, Alan Crum, Debbie Ashley, Linda Warder (Photo by Ann Craig-Cinnamon) 0

Stronger Every Day

New YMCA program helps cancer survivors gain strength and confidence By Ann Craig-Cinnamon When you enter the Fishers YMCA on East 126th St., the first thing you notice is the sound of life. There’s...