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Coming up...
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Progress is made as the Roanoke County school board and board of supervisors come together... without their typical fireworks.
And-- it's everything you need to say "I do", all under one roof.
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In sports, The A-F-C and N-F-C playoffs kicked off this afternoon the Jets are expected to name a new head coach tomorrow.
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And the Lady Hokies of Virginia Tech come from behind in a big conference win over St. Joseph's.
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((THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO REALLY SHOW THE ENTIRE ROANOKE VALLEY THAT WE CAN WORK TOGETHER))
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They've been at odds for months -- But today the Roanoke County School Board and Board of Supervisors prove they can get along.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.



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The two boards met this weekend at the Hotel Roanoke -- to work out a plan to help Roanoke County thrive through the year.
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Joy Sutton attended the retreat -- and joins us with detials.
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The idea to have this retreat came from Board of Supervisors Chairman Joe McNamara.
He was recently voted to the position following the recent elections -- when republicans gained control of the board.
And now McNamara says he's taking steps to help the two boards work together.
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(( It's an unfamiliar scene -- Roanoke County School Board members working side by side with the Board of Supervisors and other staff from the County.
The two boards have been at odds for months-- but this weekend they put their differences aside at a retreat.
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((JERRY CANADA/SCHOOL BOARD CHAIRMAN: WE HAVE REALLY LEARNED WHAT IT TAKES TO SIT DOWN TOGETHER AND NEGOTIATE OUR DIFFERENCES AND DO IT IN A FRIENDLY PROFESSIONAL MANNER))
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((JOE MC NAMARA/BOARD OF SUPERVISORS CHAIRMAN: WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER. OUR ULTIMATE GOAL IS TO PROVIDE SOUND INFRASTRUCTURE AND THE NEED TO EDUCATE OUR CITIZENRY))
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One of the sour points between the groups -- was the Glenvar Middle school project.
It seemed each side was blaming the other for delaying the process to make additions and improvements to the school.
Butch Church was recently elected to the Board of Supervisors.
He say his campaign centered on breaking down the communication barrier between the two boards -- and believes this retreat is a step in the right direction.
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((BUTCH CHURCH/BOARD OF SUPERVISORS: GAVE US ALL AN OPPORTUNITY TO SEE WHAT EACH OTHER WAS ALL ABOUT IN A RELAXED SETTING. NO PRESSURE JUST OPEN COMMUNICATION. NO DISAGREEMENTS))
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And after this weekend -- chairmen from both boards say they are more confident than ever that the Glenvar Middle School project will move forward.
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((JOE MC NAMARA/BOARD OF SUPERVISOR: I THINK YOU'RE GOING TO SEE GLENVAR MIDDLE SCHOOL MOVING FORWARD VERY QUICKLY. THAT'S CERTAINLY MY HOPE. I THINK IN THE NEXT 15 TO 20 DAY SOME RESOLUTION WILL BE MADE ON GLENVAR MIDDLE SCHOOL))
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There were also several initiatives that came out from the retreat focusing on workforce and educational development.

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Teresa,
The chairmen of the boards says this is the first time they've seen this type of cooperation.


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Three out of four Virginians pay more in state taxes than they need to.
Some argue it's because reducing the amount that's withheld requires writing for permission from the Department of Taxation.
State lawmakers passed a bill more than a decade ago to make that process easier, but they've been voting to delay the law ever since.
Tax officials estimate Virginia would lose millions if the law were implemented.
Another bill to delay the implementation is in the General Assembly, this year.
But some say it may have a harder time than usual because of the state's budget surplus.




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It's that popular time of year when brides and grooms plan their weddings.
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And to make the job a little easier --- many came out to the Roanoke Valley Bridal Showcase this afternoon.


It's an annual event held at the Salem Civic Center-- that offers brides and grooms a chance to look at everything needed for a wedding.
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((VAUNDA LEFTWICH/ROANOKE VALLEY BRIDAL SHOWCASE:IT'S IMPORTANT THAT THE BRIDES HAVE ALL THE SERVICES UNDER ONE ROOF, ONE DAY. SO THAT THEY DON'T HAVE TO TAKE UP THAT VALUABLE TIME THEY SPEND ON THEIR HONEY MOON PLANNING THEIR WEDDING))


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Everything from choosing a wedding location - to a photographer -- was highlighted at the event.
This was the 8-th year the showcase has taken place.
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Still ahead on News 7, residents in Central Virginia could be getting a new area code.
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Plus... physical limitations aren't stopping this Lynchburg man from hitting the campaign trail. The story, right after the break.
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Changes could be on the way for residents who live within the 804 area code.
Officials say by next year the area code will be full due to the increased number of new phone numbers in central Virginia.
Now the State Corporation Commission is looking for ways to accommodate residents.
So far, there is only one proposal -- it would allow customers who have the 804 area code to keep it while new customers would receive the new 703 area code.
The S-C-C will hold a public hearing in March on the proposed change.





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This May, Lynchburg residents will head to the polls to elect four city councillors.. and for the first time in recent memory, a handicapped candidate has thrown his hat into the ring.
Steve Smallshaw introduces us to a man who says it's time the disabled had a voice in their city government.
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(( Robert Bennett was just two years old when he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy.. a disorder that has robbed him of his muscular power and coordination for the last five decades.
He can walk with the aid of crutches, but a wheelchair has been his most constant companion since he was a young boy.
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Now Bennett is no longer content to sit on the sidelines.
Over the past few years, he's become a familiar face and voice speaking out on behalf of the handicapped on issues affecting disabled persons.
He's launching his own consultant service to help promote the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Now, for the first time, he's ready to become a politician.
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So Bennett plans to gather the necessary signatures and put himself on the ballot as the Ward Two candidate in this May's city council election.
Naturally, handicapped issues will be a major component of his campaign, but he's also targeting a proposed increase in the city's sales tax.. something Bennett feels would unfairly burden the disabled and elderly. [Standup ] ((If Robert Bennett is elected to city council, he won't be able to walk through the front doors of City Hall. The building's only handicapped accessible entrance is located on the side.. a fact that Bennett says makes disabled residents feel like second class citizens.)) [RUNS14]
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So he's running.. or rolling.. for a seat on a govermental body that he feels needs to be more diverse and more responsive to citizens' concerns.
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Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))




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They've been featured on Home and Garden Television for their one-of-a-kind pottery.
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And today the husband and wife team made the trip from Tennessee to Tanglewood Mall in Roanoke to sell their crafts.

The couple specialize in two types of pottery: stoneware and Raku (Raw-Koo), a 16th Century Japanese technique.
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((ANN CROSBY: EACH AND EVERY PIECE IS OUR OWN DESIGN WE TRY NOT COPY ANYONE'S WORK AND TO KEEP IT ALL INDIVIDUALIZED.))

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The couple travel to various craft shows across the country to showcase their work.
They also own a pottery shop in Rutledge, Tennessee.
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History was made when Doug Wilder became Governor of Virginia, a little more than ten years ago.
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Coming up... we'll take a look back to the day he took the oath of office... becoming the nation's first black governor.
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It's been 10 years since Doug Wilder took the oath of office... becoming the nation's first black elected governor.

Keith Humphry has more on the historic day in this week's Virginia Newsreel.
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((L. Douglas Wilder was the grandson of slaves. He grew up in segregated Richmond just a few blocks from the State Capitol. Throughout his career, Wilder broke through color barriers in the State Senate, the Lieutenant Governor's office and on January 13-th 1990, he became the nation's first black elected governor. The day began with a prayer service at Saint Paul's Episcopal Church. Jesse Jackson was also there. He described Wilder's inauguration as full of hope.
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((THIS IS THE STATE WHERE THE SLAVE SHIPS LANDED AND TO GO FROM THE HULL OF A SLAVE SHIP TO GOVERNOR OF THIS STATE IS A GREAT AMERICAN STORY)) [RUNS 08]
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Before the inauguration ceremony, Wilder received the keys to his new home from outgoing Governor Jerry Baliles.
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((AND SO MY FRIEND AND COLLEGUE L. DOUGLAS WILDER, GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA, I HEARBY GIVE YOU THE KEYS TO THE MANSION AND ALL THAT GOES WITH IT....LAUGHING)) [RUNS 11]
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Meantime, thousands of people gathered in Capitol Square for the historic event. The crowd watched as Attorney General Mary Sue Terry and Lieutenant Governor Don Beyer were sworn in. Then Doug Wilder stepped up to the podium and took the oath of office.
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((AS GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA....ACCORDING TO THE BEST OF MY ABILITY....SO HELP ME GOD...CONGRATULATIONS...(KEITH) YOU HAVE BEEN A WITNESS TO HISTORY. L. DOUGLAS WILDER HAS BECOME THE NATION'S FIRST BLACK ELECTED GOVERNOR. IT'S A GREAT DAY FOR VIRGINIA)) [RUNS 20]
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In his inaugural address, Wilder shunned specific proposals in favor of broad themes.
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((WITHOUT QUESTION MUCH TIGHTER ECONOMIC TIMES WHICH LOOM IN THE DAYS AHEAD WILL TEST TO THE FULLEST OUR ABILITY TO MAKE HARD DECISIONS AND TO LEAD AND GOVERN, BUT PROGRESS WILL BE POSSIBLE AND OPPORTUNITIES CAN BE EXPANDED. FREEDOM CAN BE INCREASED))
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A few minutes after the inaugural parade passed by, Governor Wilder was already busy with his new job. He signed four executive orders. Later hundreds of people lined up to shake his hand at the capitol.
But the party did not stop there. That night he joined 12-thousand supporters at the Inaugural Ball. Among those present were celebrities Muhammad Ali and Actor Tim Reid. That's Virginia Newsreel, I'm Keith Humphry.))



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And coming up, The Lady Hokies win on the road the Jets are set to name a new head football coach tomorrow St. Louis and Tampa Bay are playing in the N-F-C chamiponship.
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While Tennessee beats Jacksonville to earn a spot in the Super Bowl.
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The Tennessee Titans are headed to Superbowl 34.
This afternoon in Jacksonville, The Titans beat the Jaguars for the third straight time __ to ___.
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The Jaguars jumped out to the early lead when Mark brunell goes to the air and hits Kyle Brady on the 7 yard T-D pass to make it 7 to nothing.
But the Titans answer the score when Steve McNair goes up top and hits Yancey Thigpen on the 9 yard T-D pass to make it 7 to 7.
Jacksonville would come right back as James Stewart takes the handoff and scores on the 33 yard run to make it 14 to 7 Jaguars.
Tennessee would score 16 points in the third. It started when Steve McNair scores on the sneak to make ot 17 to 14 Titans.
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Tennessee would put the game away on a big play. After a safety Derrick Mason takes the free kick and he out runs the coverage on his way to an 80 yard return for a score and the Titans advance with the 33 to 14 win.
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Ronde Barber and the Tampa Buccaneers are in St. Louis taking on the Rams in the N-F-C championship.
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The New York Jets are expected to clear up their coaching situation.
Reports say the Jets will name Al Groh as their new head coach tomorrow. Groh is the Jets linebacker coach and he's considered an expert in the Bill Parcels system.


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The Lady Hokies of Virginia Tech complete a three game sweep on its road trip to Philadelphia beating St. Joseph's 62 to 53.
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The Hokies scored only 17 points in the first half.
And when St. Joe's Susan Moran scored this basket inside the Hokies trailed 36 to 29 with 12 minutes left in the game.
The Hokies then went on a run with 5 minutes left Tere Williams scores 2 of her game high 25 giving Tech its first lead of the second half.
Then Tech takes it outside Crystal Starling pulls up and hits this three pointer and the Hokies led by four.
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Tech point guard Amy Wetzel iced the wil when she pulls up and hits the three the Hokies beat St. Joseph's 62 to 53
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The Philadelphia 76-ers beat Eastern Conference rival Indiana 103 to 97 last night. Steve Mason and Photographer Grant Kittleson were at the First Union Center and have a complete game report from Philadelphia.
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Top Ranked Oak Hill was in Roanoke last night for the Crestar Classic and Oak Hill beat Cave Spring 73 to 49.
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U-V-A head coach Pete Gillen talking to fans.
Oak Hill moves the ball around the key and Ron Mickens hits the 18 footer and Oak Hill had the lead.
The Knights would try to stay in it. J.J. Reddick finds Tyler Lumbsden for the three pointer.
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Oak Hill had too many weapons here they go with the Alley opp and the foul and Oak Hill beats the Knights 73 to 49.
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Patrick Henry would go up against the 15-th ranked team Mt. Zion out of Raleigh, N.C.
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The P-H cheerleaders getting the home crowd into the game.
Mt. Zion opens it up early as Johnathan Hargett breaks up the pass and races down the court for the easy layup.
The Patriots would try the Three ball and miss but Nick Clemens is there for the put back.
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Mt. Zion then floats a pass inside to Amir Stoudamire he scores with Patriots all around him and Mt. Zion wins it 94 to 57.
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In other action Garfield beat Flemingg 50 to 45 and Liberty downed salem 51 to 44.

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