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How To Choose The Best Times To Fish

The best time to go fishing is whenever you can. While that old maxim has merit and speaks to the value of fishing just for the fun of it, there are times during the day, month and year when it seems…
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5 Easy Ways To Save Money On Gas This Summer

Fuel prices are a lot like the weather: Lots of folks talk about them, but there’s not much you can do about them. The price at the pump fluctuates for so many reasons, from political instability ove…
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Lots of Flags, Fun and Fireworks Around Indy

The Heartland knows how to celebrate America's birthday in style! There are lots of patriotic, community-spirited events taking place over the next two weeks. Get on your walking shoes, grab the ki…
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Eiteljorg Indian Market and Festival on June 23-24

INDIANAPOLIS One of the region's best art and cultural experiences returns to downtown Indianapolis this weekend, June 23-24: the Eiteljorg Indian Market and Festival. Native American artists a…
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18th Annual Irvington Garden Tour June 24

IRVINGTON Throughout the past 18 years, those attending the garden club's annual garden tours have had the opportunity to walk shaded paths, witness the flashing shadows of overhead branches on…
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IMPD Announces Start of Pilot Diversion Program

INDIANAPOLIS The City of Indianapolis Office of Public Health and Safety (OPHS) and the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) announced the start of a pilot program that will seek to…
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Fireworks Laws in Indiana

INDIANA Fireworks in the state of Indiana are permitted from 5 p.m. to two hours after sunset June 28-July 5-9. They are permissible from 10 a.m.-midnight on July 4. • You must be 18 or older t…
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Can the Kaiser

Today's passion for urban gardening began in the months leading up to America's entry into World War I when preparedness was the watchword and various measures were being taken for food conservat…
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Traveling in the Heat

Looking back at some of my most memorable childhood moments, many of them are ties to vacations and travel. In the 1950s and early 60s, I had two aunts and a grandfather who lived in Cincinnati and a…
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Marion County Fair Queen and Court Announced

submitted photo Sisters Paige Wells (left) and Julia Wells reign over the 88th Marion County Fair this week as Queen and Princess, respectively. The sisters were crowned during the annual pageant on …
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Indy Mega-Adoption June 23-24

INDIANAPOLIS More than 1,000 dogs and cats from more than 20 area animal shelter and rescue organizations will be up for adoption at the Indy Mega-Adoption Event on June 23 and June 24. The adopt…
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2018 Indiana State Fair Competition Entry Deadline July 1

INDIANA With more than 8,200 blue ribbons and cash prizes to be awarded, individuals interested in competing at the 2018 Indiana State Fair, August 3-19, should register by July 1 at 11:59 p.m., …
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The Necessities Every Camper Should Own

Every time I go camping with friends, I learn a new trick or discover a piece of gear that makes life outdoors more comfortable. But there are some basic items that are a must for an enjoyable family…
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How To Choose Your First Handgun Step Outside

The term “handgun” covers a lot of ground, from easy-to-conceal pocket pistols to specialty single-shots designed for hunting big game. In between there are, literally, hundreds of handgun models to …
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Archery Gear On A Budget Best Buys This Year

Archery industry manufacturers seem to have fractured into two factions lately. On one side you have high-end, uber-expensive equipment that while nice, is clearly out of reach for most of us. On the…
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