Officials say roughly 907,000 people attended this year's Indiana State Fair.
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Jones, William C. ‘Bill,’ 84, of Auburn, services will be 11 a.m. Saturday, May 15, 2021, at First United Methodist Church, 1203 E. Seventh St., Auburn, with the Rev. Dr. James Farrer officiating. Burial will take place at a later date at Ever Rest Memorial Park in Logansport. Visitation wil…
A memorial service with military honors will be held for Terry Scybert at 4 p.m. Friday, May 14, at Fisher Funeral Chapel, with visitation starting at 3 p.m. www.fisherfuneralchapel.com
The 10 lines at the Dairy Bar around dinnertime usually stretch to the street from the round-barn building, with more than 100 people waiting to get their relatively inexpensive milkshakes and grilled-cheese sandwiches.
Three-year-old Journey made her own fun instead of riding the roller coasters in Kiddie Land Wednesday night at the Indiana State Fair by dancing and jumping around with friends. ALLISON COFFIN / BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR
Ben Miller, the owner and creator of Ben’s Pretzels, graced the Indiana State Fair with his presence when he worked in the booth Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015. ALLISON COFFIN / BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR
Tylan Antrobus and his 3-year-old son, Myles, visited Indiana State Fair for a second time this summer on Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015, due to the cool temperatures of the day. ALLISON COFFIN / BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR
Royal Bontrager, 19-year-old from Michigan, fills up a boy’s bottle at the U-Do-It Slush Factory. Wasps swarm the machine, making many customers frightened. BRITTANY CRIPE / BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR
Ash Waldron, 3, of Indianapolis, waves to one of the cows at the Pioneer Village on Thursday at the Indiana State Fair. Waldron kept saying, “I love cows.” BREANNA DAUGHERTY / BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR
Jennifer Locke of Indianapolis, a volunteer in the DNR Building, shows a child a log at the National Park booth on Thursday at the Indiana State Fair. BREANNA DAUGHERTY / BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR
Jordan Gentry of Remington, Indiana shows his Duroc Boar Swine at the Indiana Duroc Show Auction in the Swine Barn Thursday. The Grand Champion was sold for $1,800. KAYTEE LORENTZEN / BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR
Auctioneer Kevin Wendt starts out the Indiana Duroc Show in the Swine Barn Thursday. The Auction started out with the Grand Champion Boar Duroc by Jordan Gentry. KAYTEE LORENTZEN / BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR
Caitlyn Clark, 3, of Noblesville stands with Tone Staubs while Dmitry Arsenyev bounces over them during the XPogo Stunt Team's performance on Thursday at the Indiana State Fair. BREANNA DAUGHERTY / BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR
Rhonda Cleveland, 40, of Indianapolis, plays a water gun game with Milan Cleveland, 3, and Bobby Cleveland, 5, on the Midway Tuesday at the Indiana State Fair. BREANNA DAUGHERTY / BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR
State Police officers stand outside a booth to monitor the Midway Tuesday at the Indiana State Fair. The officers were there to make sure everybody got out safely. BREANNA DAUGHERTY / BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR
Adam Neidlinger, 21, and Claire Gerwig, 21, both of Carmel, and Beverly Wells, of Indianapolis, play skee ball Tuesday on the Midway at the Indiana State Fair. BREANNA DAUGHERTY / BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR
All rides and music were turned off at 11:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Indiana State Fair. This caused large groups of people to start leaving the Midway at once. BREANNA DAUGHERTY / BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR
Fair workers prepare their stall for the next day by putting up stuffed animals above the basketball goals after the Midway closed late Tuesday/early Wednesday. BREANNA DAUGHERTY / BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR
The grand champion sow and litter were one of the few awake in the Swine Barn early Wednesday morning after the Indiana State Fair was closed to fairgoers. BREANNA DAUGHERTY / BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR