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Coming up on News 7-
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The latest on contract talks involving Celanese and union members.
City leaders encourage Roanoke residents to become more environmentally friendly.
And-- lightning kills a Virginia man and injures two others.
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Plus, Andrew says more wet weather is on the way. News 7 is next.
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Celanese and union officials prepare for another round of negotiations.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.


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That's the word from the Union's President.
So, for now, union members are NOT preparing to strike.
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Yesterday, the union voted down what the company had called its last best offer for a new contract.
Union members said every part of the company's three year contract proposal was UNacceptable.
The main issues are over wages, pensions, insurance and mandatory overtime.
The Union's President says he is optimistic the issues can be resolved.
The two sides will meet Monday morning in Blacksburg.
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[Wildfires]


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A number of residents returned to burned out homes today-- as firefighters continued to battle a pair of wildfires in the foothills of Colorado.
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More than 20-thousand acres have been ravaged by both fires, and at least 54 homes destroyed.
Today-- Colorado Governor, Bill Owens, toured some of the burned areas southwest of Denver.
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(( WE AUTHORIZED.... BIT OF A TOUR. ))
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Police suspect a 33-year-old Colorado man may have started the fire while in a camping ground.
But he is reportedly refusing to speak with officials.
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[Lightening-Strike]


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A lightning strike killed a Virginia man this afternoon.
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Donald Patton of Centreville was standing under a tree with eight others when it happened. Officials say they're not sure if the lightning struck the tree or the people under the tree. They were watching a rugby tournament that was stopped because of rain in Annapolis, Maryland.
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[Toss-2-Robin] A pretty scary situation... especially considering the severe weather that's targeted our area over the past few days. Let's check in now with Andrew in the weather center.[WX1] [11:00pm] [06/17/2000] WEATHER OFFICE [WXPRO/FULL]WEATHER MAP WAKE UP FORECAST

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Drinking and driving can be a deadly combination -- that's why the State Police and local authorities are cracking down on drivers.
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If you plan on traveling down 220 south tonight you can expect to be stopped by an officer.
They say with the July fourth holiday weekend coming up... it's a good time to remind drivers about the dangers of driving while under the influence.
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((JAMES RINGER/VOLUNTEER: IT MAYBE YOUR FAMILY WHO DOESN'T GET HOME TONIGHT BECAUSE THESE GUYS DIDN'T GET THEM OFF THE ROAD. SO THE WHOLE POINT FOR THESE ARE TO MAKE PEOPLE AWARE AND IF YOU'RE GOING TO DRINK AND DRIVE YOU'RE GOING TO JAIL.))
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Officers will be working the sobriety check until two this morning and plan to set up others over the next few weeks.
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[Hazardous-Waste]


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Local residents took an active role today in protecting the environment from hazardous waste contamination.
It was all part of a program sponsored by Roanoke City.
As Joy Sutton reports... the program fulfills an agreement the city made with the Environmental Protection Agency.
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(( From paint, to household cleaners, and even batteries --the Roanoke Civic Center became a dumping site for hazardous waste.
And for many this was an opportunity to act environmentally friendly.
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((what would you be doing with it others wise: THROWING IT IN THE TRASH CAN YOU'VE GOT TO GET RID OF IT SOMEWAY OR DUMPING IT ON THE GROUND OF DOWN THE DRAIN. SO THIS IS GREAT.))
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For Roanoke City this program is part of plea agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency to perform community service.
The city's environmental violations were discovered after barrels containing hazardous waste were dig up at the Public Works Service Center more than two years ago.
But the city says it's learned its lesson.
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((CARY LESTER/CITY ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATOR: ADDITIONAL THING THAT WE'RE LOOKING AT HAVE BEEN A PART OF THE PLEA AGREEMENT ARE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM AND JUST AND OVERLY IMPROVEMENT OF OUR SYSTEM THROUGHOUT THE CITY TO MAKE SURE THAT THIS DOESN'T HAPPEN AGAIN))
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And as for the hazardous items collected at this site -- they will be properly disposed -- to make sure they are not a detriment to the environment.
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((CARY LESTER:THE PESTICIDES CAN'T BE RE-UTILIZED LIKE THE PAINTS CAN AND WILL GO TO THE INCINERATOR. THE CLEANERS AND SO FORTH WILL BE NEUTRALIZED SO THAT THEY CAN BE PUT BACK INTO THE WATER SYSTEM AND SO. AND THINGS THAT WE CAN'T RECYCLE LIKE THE METAL WILL PUT INTO A SECURED LANDFILL))
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The city is spending 320 thousand dollars on this program and hopes to continue it for at least the next two years.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))

[Free-Tibet]


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Rinbo Tenzin (RIN-bo TEN-zihn) is a man with a mission.
He is riding his bike from Minnesota to Washington D.C. to raise awareness of what he calls the need for freedom in Tib

et.
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Tenzin left the Twin Cities in May. As he has travelled through several states, he's tried to raise awareness of the political situation in his native country.
Tenzin hopes to see the day when the Chinese Communists no longer control Tibet. And he hopes to see the safe return of an eleven year boy... who is one of the most revered religious figures to tibetan buddhists.
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((THE CHINESE OCCUPATION OF TIBET IS 50 YEARS AGO. NOT FREE. THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT SAYS TIBET IS PART OF CHINA. IT IS NOT. TIBET IS NOT PART OF CHINA.))
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Tenzin was heading from Roanoke to Lynchburg, then on to Washington. He hopes the people he meets along the way will contact their representatives in Congress and encourage them to support self -rule for the people of Tibet.
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Five buildings and a smoke stack came tumbling down today in Indiana.
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The buildings are part of an old UniRoyal plant that had employed most of the residents in the small town of Mishawaka, Indiana for years.
One of the buildings did not completely collapse and will have to be re-imploded tomorrow.
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Repairing power lines is more than just a job. For some A-E-P employees... it's a competition.
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Today several line mechanics were out to prove they're the best in the country.
It was all part of the 4th annual A-E-P "line mechanics rodeo".... a competition designed to demonstrate craftsmanship, physical ability and safety skills.
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((DAVE GORDON/AEP: I THINK THERE IS A BIG BENEFIT TO THEM BECAUSE THEY ARE EMPHASIZE THOSE SKILLS THAT ARE TRANSFERABLE BACK TO WHAT THEY DO EVERYDAY ON THE JOB))
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There were two categories of competition - those working as a team -- and those working alone.
Contestants came from Virginia, Kentucky and West Virginia.
The winners will go on to compete in the National competition in Kansas City.
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Still ahead on the broadcast, We'll take you to a grand birthday celebration for a member of the Royal family.
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And see what rescuers had to do when a pick up goes over a 75 foot cliff.
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[Truck-Ax]


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In California, rescue crews had their hands full after a pick up went down a cliff.
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The truck left the road way and plummeted 75 feet down and got wedged between the rocks. Rescue crews had to carefully maneuver down the rocky terrain to get to the driver. But despite their efforts the driver did NOT survive the accident.
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An institute at the University of Virginia will be among those monitoring the Chuck Robb/George Allen campaign.
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The Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership plans to study the impact of campaign ads on voters through a series of surveys.
The institute, which was established in 1993, emphasizes ethical campaign conduct.
The study will be partially funded through a grant from the Pew Charitable Trusts.
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[Biz-Review]


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The conflict at Rubatex is still not over and Virginia residents might be pleasantly surprised at lower electric bills.
Jennifer Miele has the details in this week's Business Review.
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(( This week in Review.... The nine-month turmoil at Rubatex is still not over. The company accepted an agreement that would bring Union Employees back to work under terms of their old contract.
The Steel Workers' Union President says this is an effort to save the company, while replacement workers say they've already saved the company.
Strikers will be able to return to work on Monday. No word yet on how many will be coming back or how many will be furloughed. [Insert Green Flash Here]
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A-C-T MicroDevices is consolidating its operations in the New River Valley and moving into the Blacksburg Industrial Park, this fall.
The company makes components for the photonics and fiber optics industry.
Right now the company employs 70-people but expects to employ as many as 300 in the next three years. [Insert Green Flash Here]
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Lane Furniture has started the process that will cut its work force by a third.
The company began cutting 310 jobs this week.
But the president of the Lane Furniture, Jerry Ruff says many have found jobs elsewhere and so they left early to start their new jobs. He also says there are no more planned layoffs. [Insert Green Flash Here]
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8 thousand Virginians will be able to choose their electricity provider when American Electric Power begins a pilot program in October.
The program is set to go statewide in 2002. The company expects the program to save customers over $1 billion in the next 10 years. [GRAPHIC]
The Dow dropped 265 points -- its worst selloff in two months -- to close at ten-thousand-449. But strength among tech stocks pulled the NASDAQ composite up nearly 15.
For News 7, I'm Jennifer Miele and that's this week's Business Review.))







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The Queen of England's birthday may have been in April but today was her big birthday celebration.
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Senior members of the British Royal Family gathered for the annual Trooping the Colour ceremony, otherwise known as the Queen's official birthday. It's the biggest ceremonial display on the Royal calendar -- it dates back to the 18-th century. This year marks the Queen's 74-th birthday.
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Coming up next, see an alternative to modern day medicine.
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And this Boston bartender has a lot to smile about, she's two point four million dollars richer. We'll tell you how it happened when we come back.
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[lotto]

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It's Boston's hottest new restaurant and bar.
But the bartender with the mile-wide smile will soon be leaving... all because of a kind gesture.
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Gwen Butler went out of her way to serve a customer lunch.
In return, Swiss businessman Eric Sager gave her two- point four million dollars to make a lifelong dream come true.

Butler will soon start her own restaurant.
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Gwen has quit her job at the Federalist Bar and Restaurant.
But she says none of this has gone to her head... after all she's got a business partner overseas to answer to.
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[Healthy-Healing]


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A Roanoke business spent the day touting what it sees as the positive aspects of alternative medicine.
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Healthy Maintenance and Inspirations Art Emporium in Roanoke believes in the healing arts. During an open house this afternoon workers demonstrated their techniques. They offer everything from massage and guided imagery to hypnosis and herbal and nutritional consulting.
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((DEXTER HALL: OUR MAIN GOAL WITH OUR ARTISTS IS TO CREATE ART THAT IS BOTH BEAUTIFUL AND PLEASING TO THE EYE AS WELL AS HAVING A STRONG UPLIFTING CURRENT TO IT.))
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If you're interested in checking out these healing arts it's by appointment only. But the art gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday.
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With the first half pennant out of reach, The Salem Avalanche was playing for pride tonight as they hosted the Winston-Salem Warthogs in a doubleheader.
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Mugsy was working the crowd in game one of the doubleheader.
Trailing 1 to nothing Winston's Kevin Connacher hits a single to centerfield Johathan Acevas rounds the bases to score and the Hogs tied the game at 1 to 1.
Then later in the game Marcellous Manuel hits a single to rightfield Acevas beats the throw home and the Warthogs took the 3 to nothing lead.
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Winston-Salem padded its lead when Manuel hits a liner to centerfield the Avalanche makes a costly error allowing two runs to score and the Warthogs beat the Avalanche 6 to 1.
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The second game was delayed by rain and Salem leads 9 to 6 in the bottom of the sixth.


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L-S-U staged one of the greatest comebacks today beating Stanford 6 to 5 to claim their fifth College World Series title game.
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The Tigers tied the game in the bottom of the 8-th.
Then with a runner at second Brad Creese hits a line drive to letf field the
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runner beats the throw at the plate and the Tigers get the 6 to 5 win to go undefeated in the tournament.
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((SKIP BURTMAN/LSU HEAD COACH: THERE WAS A LOT OF EXCITEMENT A LOT OF EMOTION NOT JUST BECAUSE IT WAS WON IN THE BOTTOM INNING. IT WAS THE FACT THAT THIS TEAM IS A CLOSE AND COURAGEOUS AS ANYY I'VE HAD IN 42 YEARS OF COACHING. i HAD TO TAKE THEM DOWN AND TELL THEM THAT AGAIN.))
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Texas starter Matt Perisho combined with 2 relievers on a three hitter as the Rangers shutout Tampa Bay 5 to 0.
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The Rangers would take the early lead.
Leading 1 to nothing in the top of the second. Luis Alciea hits this shot to left field scoring Gabe Kapler and the Rangers jumped out to the 2 to nothing lead.
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Texas would continue the rally in the second. Ivan Rodriguez hits this single to centerfield scoring Alciea and Royce Claytor to make it 4 to nothing and the Rangers go on to get the 5 to nothing win.
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[S-Scores]


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[VO-NAT]
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The Tigers and Indians battled in the Motor City today.
Juan Gonzalez hit this two run homer in the bottom of the ninth to give the Tigers an 8 to 6 win over the Cleveland Indians. And here are the rest of today's scores.
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[S-Open]


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Tiger Woods would start the third round of the U-S open with a record six shot lead. And when the round was over Woods was still the leader with one round left to play.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Pebble Beach, CA/NBC SPORTS; :]


Ernie Els made a move today. Watch this shot from the fairway hit the green, take one bounce and jump in the hole for an eagle on the par four hole.
Els finished the day with a 68 for a total of 215 and a chance to challenge for the championship.
Woods would get off to the good start by knocking in this birdie putt on the second hole. He finished the round at 8 under par for a 10 shot lead heading to the final round tomorrow.
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[S-Baby]


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Hollins University's women's basketball program has been trying to climb the ODAC ladder for a number of years now. With head coach Karen Harvey at the helm, the team should get their pretty fast.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]


However Harvey has slowed down this summer. Karen gave birth to baby girl Mckayla Harvey a few weeks ago and is enjoying being a mom. Harvey is married to Glenvar girls basketball coach Brian Harvey and the two proud parents are quickly learning to put basketball in it's proper perspective.
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[VO-NAT]


Harvey's passion for the game is very intense and it's not uncommon to find Karen and her daughter tucked away in her office working on recruits or game plans. Harvey has joined forces with All Star Clinics of the Roanoke Valley for her summer basketball camp, which should attract talent.
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[S-Stewart]


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Today marked a very special day for longtime Northside cross country and track and field coach Lynn Stewart. He retired recently after 33 years of coaching
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]


and today he was honored with a retirement celebration at Eenes Baptist Church. Everyone of the runners he coached over his 33 years was invited to attend.
Then after a brief social hour, Stewart and some of his former runners actually went out and ran in a a short race. The evening was fun for all.
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((LYNN STEWART/COACHED AT NORTHSIDE FOR 33 YEARS: THE PEOPLE WHO ARE HERE RIGHT NOW. I'M SO EXCITED ABOUT SEING THEM THEIR THE ONES THATS BEEN LOOKING FOR IT FOR YEARS. BUT YOU KNOW MORE THAN ANYTHING I ENJOY SEEING THEM SEE EACH OTHER GET EXCITED ABOUT SEEING EACH OTHER ITS FANTASTIC.))
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Darrell Waltrip failed to qualify for tomorrow's Pocono 500. Jerry Nadeau led second round qualifying and he will start 26-th and here is the rest of the field.
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[SUPER=0107-26. Jerry Nadeau/168.935/27. Steve Park//28. Robert Pressley//29. Matt Kenseth//30. Elliott Sadler//;]
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[SUPER=0107-31. Sterling Marlin//32. Ward Burton//33. Bobby Hamilton//34. Jimmy Spencer//35. Dave Blaney//;]
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[SUPER=0107-36. Mike Bliss//37. Chad Little//38. Kenny Irwin//39. Stacy Compton//40. Geoffrey Bodine//;]
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[SUPER=0107-41. Scott Pruett//42. Ed Berrier//43. Dave Marcis//;]
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Today's moms face plenty of challenges and two Lexington women may have found a way to make it easier.
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Stephanie Wilkinson and Jennifer (Ness-Line) Neisslein have founded a magazine that explores the intellectual and emotional side of being a parent.
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((WE THINK IT'S AIMED AT WOMEN WHO LIKE TO READ AND WOMEN WHO ARE REALLY INTERESTED IN THE EXPERIENCES OF WHAT IT'S LIKE TO BE A MOTHER.))
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The pair are the subject of this week's Virginia Profile.
To learn more about Brain, Child: The Magazine for Thinking Mothers... tune in to NEWS 7 Sunday morning.





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