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Stories from Monday, October 25, 2004

State Champs (10/25/04)
Northview Knights marching band went all the way ... 'WE'RE NUMBER ONE!! Students on one of several buses carrying the Marching Knights give the victory sign as their bus rolls into the NHS parking lot amid cheers from moms, dads and other well-wishers...
NHS football team is on the way (10/25/04)
Knights win first game of sectional Northview's Brady Shoemaker evades a Cougar defender during a first half 16-yard run. The Knights defeated Bloomington North 17-14 Friday night. The Knights face Greenwood at home this Friday night in sectional semi-final action...
Men charged with attempted theft (10/25/04)
Two suspects were arrested following an incident at Schopmeyer Farm Supply early Saturday. Clay County Deputy Brian Pierce and Reserve Deputy Chris Robinson were watching the business for attempted anhydrous ammonia theft when a red truck stopped and a man got out of the truck, walked toward the anhydrous ammonia tanks at the business. The truck drove away...
Clay City places 8th in State (10/25/04)
The Clay City Imperial Regiment competed in the ISSMA Class D State Marching Band Finals last Saturday at the RCA Dome in Indianapolis. The band placed 8th out of 10 bands. Woodlan HS (Woodburn) placed first while Paoli HS placed second. Competition was ex-tremely close with only four points separating first through eighth places...
Northview's Pugh headed to state finals (10/25/04)
Emily Pugh placed fifth in Saturday's Semistate and will advance to the state finals. While Northview's Emily Pugh might not have been completely happy with her semistate finish at the Indiana University Golf Course, her fifth place finish qualifies her for a return to familiar territory...
Knights fall in sectional rematch with Braves (10/25/04)
Brianne Arvin (#4) leaps high for a kill during Saturday's loss to Terre Haute South in sectional action. Arvin had three kills in the match. The Terre Haute South Braves are getting healthy at completely the wrong time for the Northview Knights in high school volleyball...
PATTY RAE STANGLE (10/25/04)
Patty Rae Stangle, 64, of Terre Haute, died Saturday, Oct. 23, 2004, at 4:02 a.m. in Terre Haute Regional Hospital. Born July 27, 1940, in Brazil, she was the daughter of Arthur and Evelyn Thomas Johnston. She graduated from Van Buren High School and went to St. Anthony Hospital nursing school. She later graduated from Ivy Tech with her LPN degree...