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Stories from Tuesday, October 28, 2003

BMV gets new home (10/28/03)
New home of Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Building at 7 W. National Ave. will be renovated and leased to the BMV next year. The local Bureau of Motor Vehicles will be moving to a new location next year. According to BMV spokesperson Miriam Viernes, from Indianapolis, the Brazil branch will be moving to 7 W. National Ave. They are currently located at 15 Forest Park Plaza...
The Cat's Meow (10/28/03)
A tiger looks on from his cage in the sanctuary. Around 1990, Joe Taft of Center Point bought a leopard and named her Kiki. Not long after, he took in two tigers, Molly and B.C., that had been badly abused. Later, "someone said, 'Hey, you want a lion?'" Taft's Exotic Feline Rescue Center, located at 2221 E. ...
First Step/Step Ahead hold annual retreat (10/28/03)
First Step/Step Ahead Council's Annual Retreat was held Friday at the First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall. Dr. Kathy Ocampo, director of Hamilton Center, organized this year's retreat to give council members a chance to learn about new programs coming to Clay County "to power and sustain our families."...
The Northview girls golf team (10/28/03)
The Northview girls golf team celebrated their season with their postseason banquet recently where the individual members were recognized for their accomplishments. (front row l-r) Millie Akers (Forest Park school record - 40), Amber Trusler (Forest Park Dual Match Record - 40), Madason Stevenson (Most Improved). ...
Kelsey Smith and Amy Thiemann (10/28/03)
Kelsey Smith (left) and Amy Thiemann earned the Captains' Awards for the Knights this season.