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Next on News 7,
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The future of striking Rubatex workers is still unclear after they voted to end their nine month strike. We'll hear from plant officials. And Senator Chuck Robb says okay to a televised debate with Republican Senate candidate George Allen.
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In sports, The Roanoke Steam will return to action tonight against the Greensboro Prowlers.
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And several high school state champions were crowned today as the Spring Jubilee wrapped up in the valley.
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The heat is on and it's going to stay on.
Daytime highs on Sunday will be even warmer than today! Details coming up. [open]
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((IF THE STRIKE IS TRULY OVER. I THINK FOR MOST PEOPLE IT WILL BE A SIGH OF RELIEF))
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Rubatex officials respond to the Unions request to let striking workers come back to work.
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[ANCHOR=Surae]

Good evening, I'm Surae Chinn.


[Rubatex]


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Rubatex officials received a letter last night from the local union 240.
The letter made an unconditional offer to the company - that striking workers were willing to return immediately under their old contract.
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Joy Sutton spoke with a Rubatex plant manager today -- to see what the company plans to do.
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Surae,
The plant manager says at this point Rubatex is still reviewing its options with legal counsel.
But the company plans to talk with union officials within the next couple of days.
This is a change of events in this ongoing labor dispute -- but the Union says it doesn't mean negotiations will stop.
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It was less than a month ago -- that hundreds of striking Rubatex workers took their fight to the streets of downtown Bedford-- with a clear message.
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-- they would hold out until they got a fair contract.
But on Friday, Members of the United Steel Workers of America local 240 made an unconditional offer to the company that they would come back to work under the old contract after nine months on the picket line.
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((LARRY BROOKSHIER/PLANT MGR:IT APPEARS ON THE SURFACE BY THE ONE SENTENCE LETTER I HAVE AT THIS POINT. IT WOULD APPEAR THAT THE LABOR DISPUTE IS RESOLVED))
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Rubatex Plant Manager Larry Brookshier says the company is considering the offer.
And if it does agree -- that doesn't necessarily mean all of the striking workers would be called back.
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((I WOULD ANTICIPATE WE WOULD BRING THE PEOPLE BACK BY QUALIFICATIONS AND SENIORITY. THE NUMBER WE BRING BACK DEPENDS ENTIRELY UPON THE WORK LOAD THAT WE SCHEDULE AT THAT TIME. WE'RE WORKING ON THAT))
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The local union president Richard Walker said Friday, that the decision was the right thing to do for the union and the community.
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((WE FEEL WE MUST RETURN NOW IN ORDER TO SAVE THE COMPANY FROM THE NEGLIGENCE OF LOCAL MANAGEMENT AND WE INTEND TO SAVE THE JOBS IN BEDFORD AND TO WIN A CONTRACT))
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Union officials say even if the workers do go back -- negotiations will continue with Rubatex until a new contract is reached.
And union officials say if the company doesn't accept their offer -- the union will file more unfair labor charges.
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Surae, While this may seem like good news to many in Bedford. News 7 talked with some of the striking workers who say they are not happy with the Union's decision.
They say this is giving in -- when they had voted to fight to the end.


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An accident this afternoon in Roanoke trapped a man in his car for over an hour.
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It happened around 4-30 on Edgewood Street. Apparently the driver lost control and hit a tree which caused the car to flip on its side. Rescue workers had to use the jaws of life to free the driver. The driver and his passenger were taken to Roanoke Memorial by EMS. No word on their condition.
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An early-morning accident took a woman's life in Bedford County, just north of Lynchburg.
State police say Sarah Beth Giles of Vesuvius was a passenger in a pickup truck .. that ran off Highway 501 around one A.M.
The pickup struck an embankment and overturned. Giles was partially ejected. She was pronounced dead at Lynchburg General Hospital.


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Republicans in the Amsterdam District of Botetourt County picked their candidate today for the Board of Supervisors race in November.
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In a firehouse primary, Steve Clinton was chosen as the party's nominee --to fill the remaining years of the late David Mankin.
Bob Barrows was his challenger. This was Barrows second time running for the office.
Clinton has been serving as the district's supervisor for the past nine months.
But he say he's anxious to finish out the term.
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((THE BOARD NEEDS... A CRUCIAL ISSUE))
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Clinton won 320 to 211.
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Senator Chuck Robb and Republican Senate Candidate George Allen have set a date for a televised debate.
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On October 22-nd the candidates will hold the debate at the University of Virginia. Allen challenged Senator Robb to five televised town hall style debates but it wasn't until yesterday that Robb agreed to this debate.
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Virginia political scientist Larry Sabato (SA-bato) will moderate the debate and the questions will be submitted by citizens.









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Coming up on News 7, We'll take a look at the local impact of the Microsoft split.
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And the heat didn't stop folks from raising thousands of dollars for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. For a check on the heat we'll turn it over to Andrew Freiden in the weather center.
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Despite the heat, dozens of people hit the pavement this morning for a good cause.
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The fourth annual Cystic Fibrosis Great Strides walk was held at Hollins University.
About 80 people came out to walk around campus to raise money for a new treatment and research for a cure.
The walk a thon pulled in 18 thousand dollars.
That's three thousand dollars more than last year. Officials say that's the most money the event in Roanoke County has raised since it began four year ago.
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The shock waves of the Microsoft decision have reached Roanoke. News 7's Business Reporter Jennifer Miele has details on the local impact in this week's Business Review.
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[STANDUP] ((This week in Review.... The much-anticipated decision arrived on Wednesday. A Federal Judge ordered Microsoft to split into two separate companies; Some local business owners who have come to rely on Microsoft are worried.
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((I DON'T BELIEVE THAT MY BUSINESS IS GOING TO CRUMBLE, AND I DON'T KNOW IF IT WILL BE BETTER AFTER MICROSOFT CHANGES, IT THINK I'LL HAVE MORE FRUSTRATIONS BEING THAT I'LL HAVE TO DEAL WITH MORE COMPANIES TO PROVIDE MY SOLUTIONS.))
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Microsoft has already announced that it will appeal the decision to the Supreme Court.
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A fraudulent flyer has infiltrated Roanoke. The flyer was created by the Debt Payment Club. The company promises to pay off everything from your credit card bills to your child support. The better business bureau has receive 13 complaints about the company including false advertising charges.
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((THIS IS SOMETHING, OBVIOUSLY WHAT IT'S PROMISING IS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, I MEAN WHO'S GOING TO PAY OFF YOUR MORTGAGE FOR YOU AND YOU DON'T HAVE TO PAY IT BACK? COME ON, WE'D ALL BE SINGING UP AND KNOCKING THE DOOR DOWN TO DO IT.))
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[VO] [Tape: lb 5 at 48:55 or lb 11 at 22:46] Optical Cable of Roanoke announced an all-time sales high this week; The fiber-optic company sold over 6 million dollars worth of video and audio transmission. The momentous achievement nearly doubled last May's sales. [STANDUP] That's this week's business review, I'm Jennifer Miele.))



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Still ahead on News 7, If you enjoy listening to Bluegrass music,
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then coming up we'll hear the sounds of Third Time and find out why their music tops the charts.
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From the first time Third Tyme stepped out on the stage it seemed they were destine to be a success. "John and Mary" is the Bluegrass group's current release that is number two on the charts. Denise Allen checked out this award winning group when they appeared in Lexington.
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IIIird Tyme Out has a sound all its own. It's not just traditional bluegrass, though you can hear mountain roots in their music, there are gospel songs that bring fans to tears and an a-cappella version of The Platters' "Only You."
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((RAY DEATON/BASS VOCALIST: WE HAVE A LOT OF VARIETY IN OUR MUSIC. WE'RE REAL VERSATILE IN THE STYLES WE PLAY FROM BLUES TO GOSPEL, A-CAPPELLA GOSPEL, STRAIGHT AHEAD BLUEGRASS AND WESTERN SWING))
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These guys can jam too. Ray Deaton was named bass fiddle player of the year for 2000.
Wayne Benson....
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was the fans choice for mandolin player of the year as well as the top choice of the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music.
For Wayne making music his career was an easy choice.
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((WAYNE BENSON/VOCALIST & MANDOLIN PLAYER; NOT HAVING TO WORK ON A FRAMING CREW ANYMORE. AT THAT TIME I WAS DOING CONSTRUCTION WORK))
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The group has won SPGMA's(spig-ma) vocal group of the year for the last three years.
The members will tell you, the reaction from the fans helps bring about the great sound.
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((STEVE DILLING/VOCALIST AND BANJO: WE DO A FEW SONGS THAT YOU CAN LOOK DOWN AND SEE PEOPLE CRYING, SOME OF THESE GOSPEL SONGS WE DO. IT GIVES YOU A FEELING OF SELF SATISFACTION TO KNOW THAT SOMEBODY'S REALLY DIGGING WHAT YOU'RE DOING SO MUCH THAT IT'S EFFECTING THEM EMOTIONALLY.))
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The group says the emotion the fans feel probably comes from the feelings of family the band members have for each other.
They say it's that feeling that comes out in their music.
Denise Allen News 7. ))



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Local NASCAR driver Ward Burton has gained a lot of popularity .. so has stock car racing.
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The South Boston native says sometimes he can't believe how the fans flock to him. He also says he doesn't know where the popularity will end. But the local celebrity has many more interests besides his love of racing. He started a wildlife conservation organization in his name.
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((WARD BURTON/NASCAR DRIVER: I HAD A REAL STRONG BOND WITH MY GRAND DADDY WHEN I WAS VERY YOUNG. HE WAS ALWAYS INVOLVED IN CONSERVATION PROJECTS AND A POLITICAL AGENDA. HIS ENTHUSIASM AND TEACHINGS RUBBED OFF ON ME.))
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Ward Burton is the subject of our Virginia Profile this week. We'll hear more from him tomorrow on News 7 Sunday Morning.
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And coming up, Tennis, Soccer and Baseball champions were crowned today at the Spring Jubilee.
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And the Roanoke Steam is back in action tonight taking on the Greensboro Prowlers.
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William Byrd and Courtland are still on the field in the Group Two A baseball championship this afternoon.


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Steve Mason is at the ballpark to get us up today on the championship game, Steve.
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The Group Single A baseball champion was crowned this afternoon at Kiwanis Field.
John Battle, who eliminated Glenvar yesterday, wins the state beating Strasburg 4 to 2.


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The Blacksburg Boys Soccer team became the first team in Group AA to win three straight soccer state championships today.
By beating Massaponax 3 to 2.
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Indian Head coach Shelley Blumenthal faced perhaps his toughest state championship opponent to date.
After a 1 all halftime score Blacksburg went up 2-1 but that lead would not last as Massaponax's B.J. Saylse boots one past Harper Thorsen to tie the game up at 2 all 7 and a half minutes into the second half.
But Blacksburg would haved the final word as Shaun Cruise throws the ball into Adam Breske he heads the ball in for the eventual game winning goal 33 to 2 Blacksburg with just under 9 minutes to play.
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Thorsen would be tested with a last minute Panthers barrage but he makes a total of 18 saves as Blacksburg captures the State championship 3 to 2.
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In the Group Double A girls soccer state championship, Jefferson Forest faced off against Potomac Falls.
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The Lady Cavaliers looked to win the state championship but had their hands full.
Three minutes into the game Potomac Falls makes the count 1 to nothing on Terri Flints goal from in close.
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Jefferson Forest goalie Mandy Messer kept the game close with several good saves but even her great play couldn't do it all Potomac Falls Rebecca Clyde scores 14 minutes into the first half to make it 2 to nothing and ____ goes on to win it __ to __.
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In tennis, The Radford Girls claimed the Group A tennis championship today while in Boys Group Two A action Chancellor beat Blacksburg 5 to 4.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Galax vs George Mason; :]


Down at the Rivers Edge, Galax and state power George Mason would play for the Group A Boys title.
And Galax will take the championship back home holding off George Mason for the 5 to 4 win.
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The New York Yankees evened their series with the New York Mets at one all.
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The Subway series continued at Yankee Stadium today.
Jorge Posada gets all of this pitch for 3 run homer over the right field wall in the fifth breaking a 5 to 5 tie and putting the Yankees up 8 to 5.
[SUPER=35-N.Y. Yankees/13/N.Y. Mets/5/;]


The Yankees added insurance runs in the sixth when Derek Jeter sends this pitch over the right centerfield wall for a solo homer and the Yankees win it 13 to 5.
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The winner of the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness were not around so the race was wide open today in the Belmont Stakes.
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After a smooth start from the gate the race remained close until the stretch run that's when Commendable pulled away and crossed the line winning the Belmont Stakes in a time of 2 minutes and 31 seconds.
Aptitude was second and Unshaded was third.
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The Roanoke Steam is after its second home win of the season tonight when the Greensboro Prowlers visit the Roanoke Valley.
The Steam has slashed ticket prices for tonight's game to boost its attendance and the Steam is counting on the f
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((PETE SHAW/ROANOKE STEAM HEAD COACH: WE'D ACTUALLY LIKE TO HAVE THE FANS TALK TTHE TRASH FOR US. WE'LL GET IT DONE BETWEEN THE BOARDS BUT WE NEED TO HAVE THEM REALLY FOCUS ON THEM AND LET THEM SAY ALL THE THINGS WE WISH WE COULD SAY.))
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The Steam and Prowlers kick it off at 7 oclock and all tickets are on sell for 5 dollars for adults children's tickets are 3 dollars.





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