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By BECCA OWSLEY firstname.lastname@example.org INDIANAPOLIS — Remembering wrestling moves that made him a champion in Hardin County over thirty years ago, North Hardin High School graduate and legally blind Allan Kieta stopped an intruder from entering his home on Monday. His heroics warranted him an interview with the Matt Lauer on “Today” Thursday morning. On the show Keita said the family’s pet poodle alerted Kieta to the intruder’s presence.
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