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  • FISHERS -- Delaware Township residents will weigh in on a potential merger with Fishers and Fall Creek Township tonight.

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  • And so it begins, the town of Fishers is considering a property tax increase due to funding shortfalls from the state.

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  • The Fishers are a coon-hunting, catfishing, moonshine-cooking tribe.

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  • We do not go to the Long Water, for a tribe of strange men called Fishers live there.

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  • In Victor, former resident Douglas Fisher pleaded for extensive review before the town Planning Board makes a decision on a project called Fishers Ridge.

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  • One of the most profoundly beautiful reggae songs ever made, Fisherman bathes the daily grind in a spiritual light, naming its titular anglers after four of the disciples (dubbed Fishers of Men by Jesus), though it's not known whether the original apostles also stopped off to see the local collie man.

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  • The picture of you and what’s his name on Fishers Island was just one of many.

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  • "Fishers" expresses the ease of their victory over the Jews as that of the angler over fishes; "hunters," the keenness of their pursuit of them into every cave and nook.

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  • Towns such as Fishers, Noblesville, Greenwood and Crown Point had population increases in 2009 that were well below their average marks since 2000.

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  • The rails would carry passengers to and from suburbs, such as Fishers and Greenwood.

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