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Coming up on News 7...
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Canadians search for survivors after a tornado blows through a resort area. Hear from some who lived to tell about it.
A new clinic offers birth control at a reduced rate in hopes of helping our four-legged friends.
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Plus, hundreds of jobs could be on the way to Bedford.
News 7 is next.
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[VO-NAT]


The search continues tonight for survivors of a deadly twister that tore through Canada.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.


[Canada-Tornado]


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It took less than twenty minutes for the tornado to rip apart a trailer park in Alberta last night .. Nine people were killed - and more than 100 injured.
Lee Cowan reports.
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[SUPER=01-Art Lawrence/Storm Victim;]
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((IT HAPPENED IN ONLY A MATTER OF MINUTES. A POWERFUL TORNADO RIPPED THROUGH THIS CANADIAN CAMPSITE -- TURNING A MUCH-LOVED HAMLET FREQUENTED BY HUNDREDS OF VACATIONERS -- INTO A VIRTUAL NO-MAN'S LAND.

((SOT: ART LAWRENCE/STORM VICTIM))

"WELL THIS IS THE MOST DEVASTATING THING THAT'S HAPPENED IN MY LIFETIME AROUND HERE."
THE TWISTER TOUCHED DOWN ON THE GREEN ACRES CAMPGROUND IN ALBERTA FRIDAY EVENING ... FLIPPING OVER TRAILERS -- EVEN TOSSING THEM IN A NEARBY LAKE -- AS HORRIFIED CAMPERS REMAINED TRAPPED INSIDE.

((SOT: SHANE VAN BIEZEN/STORM VICTIM))

"MY SISTER AND I RAN ...."
SEVERAL PEOPLE WERE KILLED, INCLUDING A TWO-YEAR OLD CHILD. AND MORE THAN A HUNDRED OTHERS WERE TREATED AT AREA HOSPITALS.
VISITORS OF THIS POPULAR SUMMER GETAWAY SAY THEY NEVER EXPEFCTED THE STORM TO DO THIS MUCH DAMAGE.

((SOT: MARK SORENSEN/STORM VICTIM))

"THE SKY LOOKED BLACK ... THEN SOME RAIN STARTED, THEN SOME LITTLE HAIL, THEN SOME BIGGER HAIL, THEN THE WIND JUST BLEW, BIGTIME BLEW.
THROUGHOUT THE DAY, RESCUE TEAMS SEARCHED THE CAMPGROUNDS -- AND THE LAKE -- FOR POSSIBLE VICTIMS. MEANWHILE, CAMPERS HAVE BEEN MOVED TO TEMPORARY SHELTERS ... WITH THE HOPE THAT THEY WILL SOMEDAY REBUILD THIS HOME AWAY FROM HOME.
LEE COWAN, CBS NEWS. ))



[Solar-Storm]


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A storm on the sun's surface could disrupt radio transmissions and satellites through Monday.
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[VO-NAT 15:18:32]
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The storm ejected billions of tons of plasma and charged particles into space early yesterday... with some of it heading toward Earth at three million miles per hour.
The mass ejection was expected to strike the Earth's magnetic field this afternoon causing a geomagnetic storm.
During that time-- both satellite operations and power grids on Earth could be affected.
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((THE TYPES OF PROBLEMS WHICH CAN OCCUR ARE VARIED. WE CAN HAVE ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE ACROSS THE SATELLITES, AND THAT COULD CAUSE PERMANENT DAMAGE TO SOME ON BOARD UNITS.))
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[VO-NAT]


The sun is currently in the most intense phase of its eleven year sunspot cycle.
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[Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in Weather Center

[WX1] [11:00pm] [07/15/2000] [MCU]WEATHER OFFICE [WXPRO/FULL]WEATHER MAP WAKE UP FORECAST

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300 new jobs could be coming to Bedford.
A telephone marketing company plans to move into a county-owned building that's been unoccupied since 19-97.
The president of InService America says he wants to move in by January.
The new company is expected to be a welcome boost to Bedford, which was hit hard by the closing of Bunker Hill and the nine month strike of the area's largest employer, Rubatex.

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Despite pending lay-offs....24- employees returned to work yesterday at Norfolk Southern.
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[VO-NAT 99-49 1:12:12 or 00-05 36:30 or 00-15 :54]
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They're employed in the Roanoke locomotive shop.
A spokeswoman for Norfolk Southern says she doesn't know how long the work will last.
The company needed additional work on its trains.
Despite the call backs, Norfolk Southern still plans to lay off 2-hundred 28 employees at its Roanoke car shop next month.
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[Pulaski-High]


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The class of two-thousand four at Pulaski County high school will go down in history.
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That will be the first class to graduate without any valedictorians or salutatorians.
The school board has voted to drop the use of designations and will instead recognize all students who graduate with a four point oh grade point average.
School officials say some students have become so obsessed with chasing the top honors that they've loaded up on difficult courses with weighted grading scales.... forsaking other classes that might do them more good.

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[Fatherhood-Summit]


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Getting fathers involved in their childrens' lives is the goal of a new Roanoke Valley organization.
Joy Sutton has the story.
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(( Greg and Alycia Garrison are more than just father and daughter they're also friends. Greg was only 18 when Alycia was born and he raised her as a single father.
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((GREG GARRISON/FATHER: IT'S MADE ME A BETTER PERSON. AGAIN I CAN'T THINK OF HER OUT OF MY LIFE AND EVERYTHING I'VE DONE SINCE BEFORE SHE WAS BORN I'VE DESIGNED AROUND HER.)) [RUNS12]
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Greg joined other fathers from across the area at the 1st annual fatherhood Summit at Hill Street Baptist Church in Roanoke.
The event was sponsored by a new organization called the Roanoke Valley Fatherhood Coalition.
The group is working to support and encourage fathers' involvement in their children's lives.
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((JON GARRISON/ROANOKE VALLEY FATHERHOOD COALITION: WHEN FATHERS AREN'T INVOLVED IN THEIR CHILDREN'S LIVES IF THEY DO LIVE OUTSIDE THE HOME, THE KIDS ARE MUCH MORE LIKELY TO BE INCARCERATED, ADDICTED TO DRUGS, DROP OUT, JUST HAVE BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS IN SCHOOL, EVEN SUICIDE AND TEEN PREGNANCY INCREASE DRAMATICALLY)) [RUNS14]
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At the summit the men discussed various issues facing fathers these days, like legal concerns.
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((JIMMY ROBINSON JR./ ATTORNEY: SOME OF THE PRIMARY ISSUES ARE CUSTODY ISSUES, VISITATIONS AND SUPPORT PAYMENT ISSUE. THOSE ARE THE PRIMARY CONSIDERATION ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU'RE DEALING WITH NON-MARRIED FATHERS)) [RUNS12]
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The coalition hopes these fathers will serve as a support network for one another - and also as role models for others in the community.
And Alycia says she can't thank her father enough for always being there.
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((ALYCIA GARRISON: THE MAIN THING THAT STANDS OUT IN MY MIND IS THAT HE STAYED AROUND AND HE DIDN'T LEAVE AND THAT'S GREATLY APPRECIATED)) [RUNS07]
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((nat sound of clapping)) [RUNS03]
And on this day her father is getting praise from the coalition as one the three people it's chosen as father of the year.
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((GREG GARRISON: TO HAVE SOMEONE COME-UP AND PUT YOU ON THE BACK AND SAY GOOD JOB MAKES ME FEEL GOOD, MAKES ME FEEL GOOD)) [RUNS05]
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Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))

















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A new clinic is hoping to stop pet overpopulation in Southwest Virginia.
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The Planned Pethood Clinic in Boones Mill opened its door for the first time today.
The spay and neuter facility is offering its services at a low cost for pet owners and rescue organizations.
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((DONNA ESSIG/PLANNED PETHOOD CLINIC: WE THINK THIS IS THE ANSWER TO OVERPOPULATION NOT TAKING THEM AFTER THEIR BORN AND KILLING THEM IN SHELTERS. BECAUSE THERE'S REALLY NOT ENOUGH HOMES FOR THEM NOW WE CAN'T PLACE THE ANIMALS THAT ARE OUT THERE NOW. SO WE REALLY NEED TO STOP THE BIRTH RATE))
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The clinic is the first of its kind in Southwest, Virginia.
And some animal organizations say clinics like it are definitely needed.
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((JOAN KASPER/HEEL N' GAIT DOG CLUB: IT'S BEEN A LONG TIME COMING AND THEY'VE ALL WORKED SO HARD TO MAKE IT A REALITY. IT'S A WONDERFUL DAY FOR THEM AND THE WHOLE REGION. NOW WE HAVE A PLACE WE CAN REFER PEOPLE TO))
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Volunteers worked to raise the 105-thousand dollars needed to open the clinic-- with Bob Barker, of the Price is Right, also donating to the cause.
The clinic is open Tuesday through Saturday by appointment.
The cost is between 15 and 30 dollars depending on the pet.
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A new attraction rolled into the Star city this afternoon .. We'll tell you how you can track down a piece of living history.
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And police in Florida have found the body of a girl they believe was killed by a mass murderer .. One who's behind bars. We'll explain.

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[Serial-Killer]


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Florida detectives have found the body of a girl they believe was murdered by the infamous railroad killer.
Angel Resendiz has admitted to killing nine people in a three state killing spree.
Today, K-9 units sniffed out a body near some railroad tracks near Orlando .. The discovery could bring a three-year investigation to a close.
Stacey Roberts reports.
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[Allen-Robb]


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Republican George Allen knows all about campaign fund raising and spending.
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Allen, who's running for U-S Senate, raised more than 700-thousand dollars between late May and the end of June.
He spent nearly 900-thousand of it, mostly in Northern Virginia.
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By contrast, Democratic incumbent Chuck Robb raised 571- thousand in the same period, and spent around 212- thousand.
Robb now has 3 million dollars in his campaign war chest. Allen has nearly 3- point- 8 million.
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[Warner]


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In the Governor's race....
Democrat Mark Warner has raised nearly two MILLION dollars and has another one-point-six MILLION on hand with the election still a year and a half away.
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Those numbers come from financial disclosure reports filed by Warner's campaign.
Lieutenant Governor John Hager and Attorney General Mark Early - who are battling for the Republican nomination for governor, haven't filed their reports yet.
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Coming up - customers at a new business are painting the city of Salem red. We'll take you there.
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[VO-NAT]


And in Japan - hundreds flee their homes in an attempt to escape ash and lava spewing from an angry volcano.
Stay with us.
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[Lotto]

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A new addition to the Virginia Museum of Transportation will give visitors a look at a luxury railcar from the 1920's.
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Car One(oh-en-ee) rolled into Roanoke today where it will be on display for 2 months.
This historic passenger car was owned by the Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Potomac Railroad company.
It was used by the company's president to entertain his most important clients -- including some government officials and dignitaries.
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((KAY STRICKLAND/VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF TRANSPORTATION: NEVER HAVE WE BEEN ABLE TO BRING IN A CAR OF THIS QUALITY, I BELIEVE THIS IS JUST A WONDERFUL THING FOR THE TRANSPORTATION MUSEUM AND FOR ITS VISITORS. THE VISITORS WILL BE ABLE TO LOOK INSIDE THE CAR THROUGH THE WINDOWS ALONG THE DOCK AND BE ABLE TO SEE THE ROOMS))
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The passenger car has three bedrooms, a dining area, and a full kitchen.
While the transportation museum will not allow visitors to walk inside the car, it will use it for some special appreciation luncheons.
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[Paintball-Store]


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Paint ball lovers suited up to try- out a new paint ball center that opened in Salem today.
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"Concept Splatter" received a warm welcome by paint ball lovers.
To use the course with a team or as a "walk on" it will cost you eight dollars if you have your own gear.
You can also rent gear for 20 dollars.
Some players say the game can be addicting.
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((CORY SADLER/PLAYER: YOU KNOW IT'S NOT HURTING ANYONE PLUS YOU KNOW YOU HAVE THAT TERMINATOR TYPE ATTITUDE, IT'S NEAT.))
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[VO-NAT]

When fired, paint ball can travel more than 200 feet so the owner says he's made sure safety comes first on the course by setting up safety zones.
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[Japan]


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A volcano that erupted on a Japanese island forced the evacuation of more than 100- residents.
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The volcano on Mount Oyama erupted yesterday morning.
That's the fifth time in a week the volcano has shot gray ash into the sky.
The most recent eruption also caused an earthquake of the magnitude six point two... knocking down the walls of several homes and causing power cuts on another nearby island.
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The Roanoke Steam wrapped up its home schedule tonight hosting the Richmond Speed.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Steam vs Speed; :]


The team captains meet at mid field for the coin toss.
Roanoke scored on its very first possession. Will Burch throws the long pass and Charles Briggs goes up high and pulls it in for the score and a 7 to nothing Steam lead.
But the Speed answered on its next possession going to the air and hitting Rashad Joyner for the score to tie the game at 7 to 7 in the first quarter.
[SUPER=34-Roanoke/33/Richmond/51/;]


Briggs would take it to the zone in the second quarter Burch puts it up in the air again for the score but Richmond goes on to win it 51 to 33.
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Multiple crashes a surprise winner and even a track wide power outage highlighted tonight's broadcast of the Kroger/Pepsi 200 on Your Hometown Station.
Mike Stevens shows us why it was obvious a full moon was out.
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[OUT Q=.....news 7 sports."]
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[S-Trucks]


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The Craftsman Truck series made a stop in Nazareth, Pennsylvania today and Dennis Setzer wins the Silverado 200.
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[SUPER=03-Nazareth, PA/CBS SPORTS; :]


A caution came out with 28 laps to go. On the re-start Setzer took off like a bullet and he takes the checkered flag ahead of Joe Ruttman. It's Setzer's first truck win since last August.
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[IN Q="Well it....]

((DENNIS SETZER: WELL IT JUST SPEAKS HIGHLY OF THIS TEAM MOPAR BUNCH. YOU KNOW DODGE PUTS SUCH A GOOD VEHICLE UNDER US ALL THE WAY DOWN FROM THE ENGINEERS ALL THE WAY DOWN I PRAISE THESE PEOPLE FOR WHAT ALL THEY DO FOR US YOU KNOW hOWARD COMSTOCK BOB KESLAWSKY AND ALL THE MOPAR TEAM THEY MADE ME LOOK PRETTY GOOD TODAY.))
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[OUT Q=.....GOOD TODAY."]
[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Ruttman was second followed by Greg Biffle, Steve Grissom and Jack Sprague. Jimmy Hensley finished 7-th.




[S-Orioles]


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The Atlanta Braves completed a three game sweep beating the Baltimore Orioles 7 to 3.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Baltimore, MD/TSS; :]


The largest regular season crowd ever was at Camden Yard.
Baltimore got on the board in the bottom of the third. Mike Bordick hits a line drive double down the left field line Brady Anderson rounds the bases to score and the Orioles led 1 to nothing.
[SUPER=35-Atlanta/7/Baltimore/3/;]


Atlanta's Javy Lopez went 3 for 5 with a homer and two runs scored as the Braves beat the Orioles 7 to 3 sweeping the three game series.
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[S-Scores]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Denver, CO/FOX SPORTS; :]


The Reds and Rockies scuffled in the seventh inning of their series finale today. It started when Reds reliever Scott Sullivan hit Brian Hunter in the shoulder. That came minutes after Stan Belinda hit Ken Griffey Junior in the thigh.
Several players were ejected the Reds won 7 to 4. And here are the rest of the scores.
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[S-Tickets]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=SP-60 tc 2:02:28]
[GRAPHIC=Total Action Against Poverty (NEWS GRAPHIC)]


The Western Virginia Education Classic kicked off ticket sales this morning at Victory Stadium.
The football game between Virginia Union and Livingstone will be played September 16th.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]


Roanoke Vice Mayor Bill Carder bought the first tickets. Not only will the contest bring football back to Victory Stadium, but it will raise money for Project Recovery.
The Total Action Against Poverty program works toward keeping Roanoke children in school.
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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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You can pick up tickets for the September 16th football game at the Roanoke Civic Center or CMT. Tickets are eight dollars in advance, five dollars for students.
TAP is partnering with The Blues and Jazz Festival which is happening the same day. Bring you football ticket stub and get three dollars off the festival admission.

[S-Frisbee]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=SP-64 tc 1:20:22]
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Athletes teed off for a gold medal today in Commonwealth Games competition, only they didn't use clubs.
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[VO-NAT]
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Instead the 11 athletes vying for a medal used frisbees at the disc golf course at Fishburn Park in Roanoke.
The rules are basically the same as regular golf.
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The competition is divided into seven different divisions--from youth classes to masters divisions.
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While the Steam was next door on the Turf, The Jan Tana Fitness and Bobybuilding championship took center stage at The Roanoke Auditorium.
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26 contestants would pose for the audience and judges in the body building competition.
Some of the contestants came from as far away as Sweden. And the addition of the international flavor made the show one to remember.
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((JAN TANA/JAN TANA CLASSIC: THE COMPETITORS ARE THE BEST BEST THEY'VE EVER BEEN. WE HAD COMPETITORS FROM 20 SOME COUNTRIES ITS JUST BEEN SPECTACULAR.))
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Civil War gunboats are appearing in Roanoke's city market thanks to a former police officer.
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Ron Virts captures confederate gunboats on canvas -- from a window in the old Emporium building.
This month Western Virginia's History Museum is dedicating a room to Virts' work.
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((THIS IS THE VIRGINIA OR THE MERRIMACK. BUTT BUTT BUTT YOU ASK ABOUT THE NAVAL JACK. ON THE FRONT OF THE VIRGINIA THERE IS THE NAVAL JACK WITH SEVEN STARS. AT THAT PARTICULAR TIME THERE WERE SEVEN STATES IN THE CONFEDERACY.))
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Virts ultimately hopes to teach art to children.
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[TAKE PROFILE PROMO BOARD FS] Hear why he switched from chasing criminals to painting gunboats -- on this week's Virginia Profile.
That's tomorrow on News 7 Sunday Morning, beginning at 8.
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