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Coming up next.
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For several years now they've come to Roanoke to show their commitment to improving the community.
But this year's "thousand man march" is a far cry from what organizers had been expecting.
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In sports, A showdown at the Bast Center between Roanoke College and Hampden-Sydney the Hokies are on the road at LaSalle.
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And Virginia ran into a red hot Duke team in Durham this afternoon.
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((AS LONG AS ONE MAN WILL MARCH I WILL MARCH WITH HIM BECAUSE I DON'T FORGET WHERE I CAME FROM))
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It wasn't the turnout they had hoped for -- but the thousand man march in Roanoke still went on.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.



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This is the fifth year a march has been held in Roanoke.
The local march is a spin-off of the Million Man March in Washington, DCTERMS. that gained national attention.
But as Joy Sutton reports the number of local participants has dwindled over the years.
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((IF YOU DON'T GIVE UP. I'm going to try again next year))
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They were few in number but united in spirit.
15 African American men marching from Washington Park Pool to Lucy Addison Middle School in the Thousand Man March.


Just four years ago, though, the turnout was much different.
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At the thousand man march held in 19-96, at least 300 men and boys from all across Southwest Virginia came to Roanoke that year -- to show they were committed to improving their communities.
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(( singing we shall over come))
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Harold Cannaday is organizer of the march.
He says the dwindling numbers can be discouraging -- but he refuses to stop marching.
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((HAROLD CANNADAY/MARCH ORGANIZER: TRYING TO GET PEOPLE TO COME TOGETHER, TO PROBLEM SOLVE IN THE COMMUNITY HAS BEEN A VERY DIFFICULT TASK. BUT I'M NOT PLANNING ON GIVING THAT UP UNTIL WE REACH A QUOTA OF GETTING A THOUSAND MEN))
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Cannaday says this year he even decided to invite men of all races -- so they could work together towards improving disadvantaged neighborhoods.
And for many of the men -- this march is symbolic.
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((MAC MCCADDEN/MARCHER: SOMETIMES PEOPLE BECOME COMPLACENT WITH THINGS THAT ARE HAPPENING OVER AND OVER AGAIN BUT I THINK IT'S IMPORTANT TO REALIZE THAT SOME PEOPLE HAVEN'T GIVEN UP THE CAUSE))
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((WE PRAY THAT YOU WOULD STIR-UP INTEREST OF MORE MEN TO PARTICIPATE IN FUNCTIONS OF THIS NATURE))
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And the prayer and the goal -- is that one day one-thousand men of all races will march down Orange Avenue together and united.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))


















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A flag captured during the Battle of Gettysburg is caught in a tug of war.
Now Virginia lawmakers are getting involved.
They're considering a bill that would URGE Minnesota's Historical Society to return or loan the flag to Virginia.


For two years, civil war re-enactors in Virginia have been trying to get the flag back.
But the historical society says Minnesota has at least an equal claim to the flag and has no intention of giving it

up.
The Virginia Senate Rules Committee is expected to vote on the legislation Monday.



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A house fire in Roanoke this afternoon is being treated as suspicious.
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The fire inspector was called to this house on Troxell Road in Southeast shortly after four. It took fire fighters about a half hour to extinguish the flames - no one was injured. Officials say there was severe damage to the structure and it could be a total loss.
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Bedford County prosecutors have dropped a murder-for-hire charge against a Florida man who they believe was entrapped by a police informant. Now the investigation has turned to the informant himself - nineteen-year-old Paul Pearce who was arrested in August. A Bedford County Sheriff's Office undercover agent testified that Pearce gave him a 100-dollar down payment to kill a Florida pool hall manager who had filed assault charges against Pearce. But a Sheriff's Office investigation revealed that Paul Weinstein talked Pearce into soliciting the crime and introduced Pearce to the undercover officer. Weinstein has since disappeared.


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Stamp collecting is one of the most popular hobbies in the world.
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This afternoon-- dozens of collectors came out to the Roanoke Valley Stamp Fair held at the Day's Inn on Plantation Road.
Nine dealers were on hand -- selling some stamps as cheap as 10-cents and others for thousands of dollars.
Some dealers say teachers are also starting to realize the importance of buying stamps.
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((WAYNE SATTERWHITE/STAMP DEALER: IT GIVES THEM ANOTHER TEACHING TOOL. IT'S A LOT OF HISTORY MOST OF YOUR FAMOUS PEOPLE AT ONE TIME OR ANOTHER HAVE BEEN PICTURED ON STAMPS, A LOT OF FAMOUS PLACES HAVE BEEN PICTURED ON STAMPS))
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All of the American stamps can be used for postage -- but ones from foreign countries can only be used as collector items.
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The cold weather didn't stop a local musician from performing outside this afternoon.
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Lakewood Park is just one of three parks in the area that John Saunders played at today.
He put an ad in the local paper to let people know to stop by and listen.
Saunders says while he has gotten a few strange looks -- he felt it was a good time to put his six-thousand dollars worth of equipment to use.
Saunders has been playing the drums for 14 years.
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Still ahead on NEWS 7...
The area is hit hard by layoffs...we'll take a look back in this week's business review.
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And... you may not recognize him without his costume but a local science convention attracted the actor who plays (Gallon) Galen on Babylon Five.
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Layoffs come by truck AND by rail.
Also ... the number of doctors departing the Lewis-Gale Clinic keeps growing.
Scott Goldberg has those stories and more in this week's News-7 Business Review.
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This week on the Review ... Volvo Trucks unloads another 500 workers.
The Dublin plant has laid off more than 900 since December.
Volvo says it's cutting production while demand for commercial trucks is slowing. [99-49 at 1:11:24]
Also slowing is Norfolk Southern's recovery from a messy merger.
The railroad announced it's eliminating 18-hundred positions through layoffs and early retirement.
N-S profits and its stock price have been in a free fall since the railroad took over part of Conrail in June. [99-48 at 1:31:41]
Hundreds of Southsiders who've been laid off pleaded their case in Richmond this week.
The former textile workers are asking for Medicaid and increased unemployment benefits.
A vote on the Textile Workers Relief Act was promised for next Wednesday. [99-47 at 1:51:37]
A setback for the union on strike at Bedford's biggest employer.
Federal labor officials dismissed 4 unfair-labor practice charges against Rubatex.
The Steelworkers Local 240 says it will appeal.
The company still has to explain why it placed video cameras near picket lines. [99-47 at 1:45:17]
The hundred doctors who have not left the Lewis-Gale Clinic are now trying to buy it back from its parent company.
The number of doctors who HAVE quit this year grew to 30 this week.
They accuse parent company PhyCor of mismanagement. [DOW JONES PRE PRO]
It was a winning week on Wall Street.
The Dow picked up 225 points, closing near 11-thousand.
The Nasdaq rose to a new record.
That's this week's Review.
I'm Scott Goldberg.))
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It's an event designed for the creative mind -- a science fiction and fantasy convention.
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It's called (SHE-vuh-CON) SheVaCon--which stands for the Shenandoah Valley Convention.
The event is taking place this weekend at the Wyndham Hotel in Roanoke.
At this convention there are all types of items to see and buy from swords to creative art work.
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((ROBERT ROBERTS/SHEVACON: SHEVACON IS A SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY, ART AND LITERARY CONVENTION. WE BRING ARTISTS, WE BRING IN WRITERS. BASICALLY IT'S A CHANCE FOR YOU TO MEET PEOPLE WHO YOU'VE ONLY SEEN THERE WORK IN A BOOK STORE OR ARTWORK))
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Even the man that plays (Gallon) Galen -- the wizard character first seen on the television series Babylon Five and now on the follow-up series Crusade -- was on hand to meet with fans.
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((PETER WOODWARD/ACTOR: AS AN ACTOR YOU ASK YOURSELF HOW AM I EQUIPPED TO KNOW HOW TO PLAY THIS CHARACTER. SO YOU REALLY DO RELY ON YOUR WRITERS. SO FORTUNATELY SCIENCE FICTION GENRE HAS SOME OF THE BEST WRITERS AROUND))
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This is the first time the event has been held in Roanoke.
The convention runs through Sunday afternoon -- and costs 10 dollars.
The proceeds from the event are donated to the Virginia Wild Life Center.
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Coming up...
We'll head to Pittsylvania County for a tour of a local bed and breakfast.
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But some say it's rich history and beautiful accommodations aren't the real attraction.... it's what's being cooked up in the kitchen.
The story... just ahead.
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A former tobacco plantation in Pittsylvania County, that used to be home to one of Virginia's governors, is still in use today.
Kimberly McBroom gives us a TASTE of this historic bed and breakfast in this week's "Time Off".
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((From the outside, Eldon the Inn at Chatham is a stately southern mansion with the promise of warm hospitality inside...
But step into the kitchen of Chef Joel Wesley, and your taste buds begin stirring.
Wesley began his culinary career by frequenting one of his native Chicago's most prominent restaurants...
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((JOEL WESLEY/INN AT ELDON CHEF: I'D ALWAYS STOP AT THE KITCHEN DOOR AND ASK THE CHEF IT I COULD HAVE BONE FOR MY DOG.
ONE DAY, THE CHEF SAYS, "HEY KID, YOU WANT A JOB?" AND I WAS LIKE, "SURE". I THINK I WAS 17 AT THE TIME AND HE OFFERED ME A JOB IN THE KITCHEN WASHING DISHES AND CHOPPING VEGETABLES AND DOING PREP WORK AND THEN I JUST STUCK WITH IT.))
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Wesley and his wife, Peggy help run the inn, now in its 10th season.
This was after about nine month of renovation work to the home, which was built in 1835.
Years later, former Virginia Governor Claude Swanson purchased the house as a country retreat.
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((PEGGY WESLEY/INNKEEPER: HE IS THE GOVERNOR AND THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY UNDER ROOSEVELT AND THIS WAS HIS SUMMER HOME WHILE LIVING IN WASHINGTON. AND HIS WIFE AND HIMSELF WOULD COME DOWN AND SPEND THE WEEKEND AND SHE WOULD WRITE FOR "THE WASHINGTON POST" A LITTLE ARTICLE ABOUT HOW SHE SPENT HER WEEKEND IN THE COUNTRY.)) [RUNS:20]
The bed and breakfast offers beautifully decorated guest rooms and a suite...each named after a former owner of the Eldon estate.
And according to the innkeepers, a few people who had lived here still haven't left...
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((PEGGY WESLEY/INNKEEPER: WE DO HAVE ONE GHOST FROM THE CIVIL WAR. IT WAS A MAN WHO WAS STAYING HERE DURING THE CIVIL WAR. THIS WAS A HOSPITAL. AND HE LOST HIS LEG AND THEN HE DIED. SO, HE'S BEEN LOOKING FOR HIS LEG. AND THEN WE WERE TOLD JUST THIS PAST CHRISTMAS SEASON BY ONE OF OUR GUESTS THAT WE HAVE ANOTHER GHOST AND IT HAPPENS TO BE GOVERNOR SWANSON.)) [RUNS:23]
Wesley says she's never seen any of the ghosts, but those who have, say they're very "friendly".
A little girl who used to live in the home even wrote a poem about them.
Besides hosting supernatural beings, the inn also hosts formal gatherings like weddings, wine tastings, and corporate dinners.
Nightly rates run from 80 to 130- dollars, including breakfast.
But with house specialties like this Duck a l'Orange...you might be tempted to stick around for dinner, too.

Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Pittsylvania County.))
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Next week a popular Roanoke restaurant turns 70.
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The Texas Tavern can satisfy your craving for a cheesy western -- a hamburger with an egg on top -- 24 hours a day. Dan Siler's the guy who's been sliding chili across the bar for 40 years. In this week's Virginia Profile, Siler sings a new tune.
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BUTT BUTT BUTT I'M REAL PROUD OF DAN. I'M GLAD TO CALL HIM A FRIEND.))
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Pull up a chair and chat with Dan Siler about who he's met and what he's seen inside the Texas Tavern.
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And coming up in sports, Roanoke and Hampden-Sydney battled at the Bast Center Duke beats Virginia in Durham.
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While Steve Robinson's Florida State Seminoles hold off Wake Forest in Tallahassee.
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The Hampden-Sydney Tigers stayed unbeaten on the season and clinched at least a tie for the ODAC regular season title this afternoon with a 95 to 78 win over Roanoke College.
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An overflow crowd wedged its way into the Bast Center to get a look at the number one team in the nation.
And after taking a 51 to 28 half time lead the Tigers kept clawing Jeremy Harris makes the steal and finds Chris Fox wide open on the left side for the three.
Roanoke would first try to make it respectable as Brad Dunleavy hangs in mid air and creates this bucket off the fast break.
With 7 minutes to play Paris Butler would hit this three pointer to get Roanoke to within 12 points.
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But the Tigers were too much for Roanoke to handle as they beat the Maroons for the second straight Saturday 95 to 77.
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Virginia started the second half of the A-C-C schedule by traveling to Durham and taking on the third ranked Duke Blue Devils.
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The Cavs took the Blue Devils to overtime in Charlottesville.
But Duke put on a show in the first half Jason Williams to Carlos Boozer for the jam and a 33 to 14 lead.
Virginia's Adam Hall comes right back for the Cavaliers and scores the layup to make it 33 to 16.
Duke went on a run Chris Carawell makes the steal and scores the layup and the Blue Devils went in at the half leading 65 to 33.
The Cavailers made a run to open the second half Donald Hand pulls up and hits the three to make it 77 to 58.
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But the Blue Devils keep it inside Boozer on the jam and Duke beats Virginia 106 to 86.
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Also in the A-C-C today, Florida State blew a big second half lead but came back to beat Wake Forest 66 to 61.
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Steve Robinson and his Seminoles led by 15 in the second half.
And when Damous Anderson hit this three pointer the Seminoles led 50 to 38.
But the Demon Deacons rallied Robert O'Kelly pulls up and hits this three pointer and Wake trailed by 5 points.
Then with 7 minutes left in the game Wake's Josh Howard drives the baseline and hits the jumper and the game was tied at 55 to 55.
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Florida state kicks it out side to Oliver Simmons for the three pointer and the Seminoles hold on for the 66 to 61 win.
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Up in Lexington today, V-M-I's Jeremy Harper scored 27 points but it was not enough as Western Carolina beat the Keydets by 3, 85 to 82.
The Keydets are now 5 and 17 overall and 0 and 10 in the Southern Conference.
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Over at Ferrum, Methodist beat the Panthers 86 to 67. Roland Reynolds scored 26 for the Panthers.

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The Virginia Tech men's basketball team is on the road tonight in Philadelphia taking on LaSalle. This past Thursday night, the Hokies got their record back to the 500 mark by beating another "Philly-based" team - St. Joseph's. Through 20 games, this season has been a roller coaster ride for first year head coach Ricky Stokes, but he has no complaints.
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LaSalle is just 7-and-11 this year and only 1 and 6 in the A10, but the Hokies haven't won in their gym since 1996.

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One other note from Major League Baseball. American League stolen base champion Brian Hunter has won a 700-thousand dollar raise in his arbitration hearing.
The 28 year old outfielder will earn two-point-45 million dollars this coming season. The Mariners offered Hunter one-point-75 million.
Hunter won the stolen base title last year with 44 in 52 attempts.

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