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Stories from Monday, September 22, 2003

Turkey tries to gobble cars (09/22/03)
This wild turkey was seen on north Kennedy's Crossing Road. It would charge at and chase passing cars. There were reports of wild turkeys attacking vehicles on Kennedy's Crossing Road last Friday. It was speculated that some mother hens may be protecting their nests. After investigating, it was determined that, while the accusations were not completely accurate, there definitely was fowl play by one of the gangly, warble toned creatures...
Picking up the beat -- Clay City style (09/22/03)
Members of the Clay City Imperial Regiment perform their award-winning show, "Squared Dances" at the Indiana State University Mid-States Marching Band Contest held Saturday. The Imperial Regiment took home five of the six caption awards; Best Percussion, Best Auxiliary, Best Drum Major, Best Visual, and Best General Effect. This weekend the band will perform at Avon and Greenwood...
Picking up the beat -- Northview style (09/22/03)
The Northview Marching Knights presented their 2003 show, "Music in The Key of Green", to the band circuit for the first time at the Indiana State University Mid-States Marching Band Contest on Saturday. The Knights took home the first place trophy from Class B along with the Best Music, Best Visual and Best General Effect. The band has won this contest every year since 1991. The Knights will perform at Greenwood this Saturday...
State owes 100 county people (09/22/03)
Nearly 100 Clay County residents will be the recipients of property valued at untold thousands of dollars, IF the State of Indiana can find them. See inside today's newspaper for the advertisement heading, "The State of Indiana has millions in unclaimed property. Some of it may belong to you!" The ad points to the state attorney general's Web site: http://www.indianaunclaimed.com. The entire list of Clay County residents is published in the ad...
Knights take sectional over Patriots (09/22/03)
The 2003 Northview girls golf team poses with their trophy after a sectional victory on Saturday. The sectional team (front l-r) Kelsey Smith, Madison Kirchner, Millie Akers, Amy Thiemann and Brittney Cheek. (Back) Coach Teresa Akers. - Thiemann is medalist for third time in four seasons -...
Knight's Pugh wins Invite while boys' team takes title (09/22/03)
Northview's Kimberly Deakins placed 13th in 17:01 as the Knights placed third as a team at the South Knox Invite. - Clay City boys 2nd, girls earn 3rd place As the 2003 cross-country season winds down Saturday's South Knox Invitational was a good tuneup for teams preparing for postseason sectional action...
Clay City's Jared Schlak & David Schroer (09/22/03)
Clay City's Jared Schlak (middle) finished 19th for Clay City at the South Knox Invitational on Saturday. David Schroer (right) placed seventh for the Eels.
MARY LOUISE AKER (09/22/03)
Mary Louise Aker, 79, of Carmel, Ind., formerly of Greencastle, Ind., passed away Saturday at the Carmel Care Rehabilitation Center in Carmel. Born July 7, 1924, in Greencastle, she was the daughter of George Newton and Garnet (Sweet) Reynolds. A graduate of Greencastle High School, Class of 1942, she married Paul W. Aker on July 23, 1947, and he preceded her in death on Feb. 16, 2003...