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Coming up next on NEWS 7.
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Members of a Lexington congregation pull together... less than a week after their beloved church goes up in flames.
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And-- a Carroll County woman is found dead following a domestic dispute.


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In sports, Mike Stevens has a report from the Washington Redskins training camp the Winston Cup Drivers were on the track and Long Pond today.
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And Tiger Woods wins golf's grand slam in record fashion capturing the British Open title.
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A congregation picks-up the pieces after fire destroys their church.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamiliton

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It was just a few days ago the historic Lexington Presbyterian church went up in flames.
This morning, church members leaned on one another for support, as they gathered for Sunday service.
As Joy Sutton reports many members believe the loss will make their congregation stronger.
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(( With heavy hearts, church members, came out for Sunday service.
Many say it was the start of the healing process.
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((WILLIAM KLEIN/PASTOR: I THINK WHEN PEOPLE EXPERIENCE A TRAUMA THEY NEED TO COME TOGETHER IN FAMILIAR SURROUNDINGS WITH ONE ANOTHER. AND IT'S NATURAL THAT WE CAME HERE AND I CAN'T IMAGINE GOING ANYWHERE ELSE)) [RUNS08]
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Service was held at the church's Murray Hall Annex adjacent to the sanctuary.
A building that once stood as historic landmark, but was destroyed by fire, when the roof and steeple came tumbing down.
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING: THE SMELL OF SMOKE IS STILL IN THE AIR. BUT CHURCH MEMBERS SAY IT'S NOT THE BUILDING THAT MAKES THE CHURCH IT'S THE PEOPLE)) [RUNS10]
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((WESTBROOK BARRITT/CHURCH MEMBER: IT IS A GOOD LESSON NOT TO PUT TOO MUCH FAITH OR TRUST IN WORLDLY GOODS.AND THE BUILDING IS NOT REALLY THE CHURCH. IT'S THE CHURCH BUILDING THAT'S WHAT IT IS)) [RUNS11]
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And church members say the financial and emotional support from the community has helped them through this difficult time.
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((L. RANDOLPH HARRISON/FORMER PASTOR:THIS IS A CRITICAL TIME IT'S LIKE A DEATH IN THE FAMILY YOU WANT TO COME BY AND COMMISERATE WITH PEOPLE AND TO BE SUPPORTIVE THEM AND TO BE SUPPORTIVE I THINK)) [RUNS11]
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But many say it's still a grieving process, and the hard part is knowing that some things can never be replaced, like the pew where Stonewall Jackson once sat.
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((LOU STUART/CHURCH MEMBER:YOU KNOW THAT SAD PART IS I'M A MUSEUM PERSON, AND WE CAN NEVER CAPTURE THAT HISTORICAL PART THAT'S GONE. BUT THE CHURCH WILL BE REBUILT)) [RUNS15]
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[butt butt butt]
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((LOU STUART/CHURCH MEMBER; IT'S TOUGH AND DON'T LET ANYBODY TELL YOU IT ISN'T BUT WE'LL COME BACK. AND IT'LL BE BETTER)) [RUNS12]
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But no one knows for sure how will long it will take... before the historic building is once again a place of worship.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Lexington.))





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A Dugspur woman was found dead yesterday by Carroll County authorities responding to a domestic dispute.
Sheriff Warren Manning says the victim was discovered by deputies and state police in the home of David Lee Rose.


Rose was treated at a local hospital for a stab wound to the stomach.


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One woman is dead after an accident in Henry County. State police say a Chevrolet pickup traveling westbound on Moore's Mill Road around 1 a-m ran off the road and struck some trees. They believe 44-year-old Debra Jackson of Spencer was a passenger in the vehicle. She was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver, 44-year-old Michael Nuckoles, was airlifted to a hospital in North Carolina.

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The Lewis Gale Medical Center is just days away from opening its new emergency room.
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Today, the hospital held an open house to allow visitors to tour the facility.
The new E-R is twice as large as the old one.
Hospital officials say that will mean more comfort for patients.
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((DR. MARK TRIPP/DIRECTOR OF EMERGENCY SERVICES: THE BIG THING WAS OVERCROWDING, ON ANY BUSY SUNDAY OR MONDAY, WE WOULD HAVE MULTIPLE PATIENTS LINE UP IN THE HALLS WITH NO PRIVACY, THIS WAY WE'VE GOT MORE, SPACE AND MORE PLACES TO EXAMINE PATIENTS))
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The new emergency room has a circular driveway to make it easier for EMS workers to unload patients.
The Medical Center also plans to house a radiology department in the facility within the next six months.
The emergency room will officially open its doors at Midnight, Wednesday.
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An inmate advocacy group says a Southwest Virginia delegate has a conflict of interest.
Delegate Clarence "Bud" Phillips has agreed to serve as an attorney for a former correctional officer...
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who was fired for allegedly beating an inmate at the Red Onion Prison near Pound.
The prison is in Phillips' district.
The executive director of the Citizens for the Rehabilitation of Errants says by representing Robert Short, Phillips is condoning the actions of the former guard.
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Delegate Phillips says there is no conflict of interest - and that it's up to a jury to decide whether Short is innocent or guilty.


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Still to come.. One local woman is making a difference in the lives of boys and girls throughout the Roanoke Valley.

We'll introduce you to her.
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And a heads-up on these gigantic busts .. Will they ever have a place to call home? We'll have the latest, next on News7.
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The future of several giant presidential heads is still undecided.
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The concrete busts are intended to be featured in a 17- million dollar outdoor attraction called Presidents Park.

The developer is hoping to build the park in York County.
But critics say the heads are too tacky for a region that features Jamestown, Yorktown and Colonial Williamsburg.
The Board of Supervisors had hoped to decide next month whether to grant a special permit for the busts.
But now say they're going to wait until a court decides whether the park's developer needs a special permit.
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June House is a strong advocate for the Big Brothers/ Big Sisters Organization.
She's been with the organization for eight years, the last five here in the Roanoke Valley.
And as Joe Dashiell reports-- it's not just her professional experience that tells her the program can make a difference.
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((June House knows the importance of mentors, and the role they can play in the lives of young people. She's the executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Roanoke Valley, and the president of the group's statewide association...
She knows from personal experience, growing up in the coalfields of eastern Kentucky... where the influence of a young couple helped her become the first in her family to graduate from college.
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((MY PARENTS WERE WONDERFUL, BUT I HAD AN EXPERIENCE WITH A HUSBAND AND WIFE WHO INFORMALLY MENTORED TO ME.)) ((MY MOTHER HAD 14 BROTHERS AND SISTERS AND WE WERE THE FIRST TO GRADUATE FROM HIGH SCHOOL. AND I JUST THINK THAT I WOULD PROBABLY HAVE NOT GONE ON TO COLLEGE IF IT HADN'T BEEN FOR THEM, SIMPLY BECAUSE THAT WASN'T THE EXPECTATION. AND I THINK THAT WE HAVE A LOT OF CHILDREN IN THIS COMMUNITY WHERE THAT'S JUST NOT THE EXPECTATION FOR THEM.))
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Big Brothers Big Sisters has been trying to raise expectations in the Roanoke Valley for over 30 years, matching volunteers with young people.
The organization has been able to build those one to one relationships by 20 percent each of the last three years, but House says there is more to accomplish.
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((WE HAD 199 CHILDREN MATCHED LAST YEAR ONE TO ONE WITH MENTORS, VOLUNTEERS, BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS, AND THAT WAS REALLY EXCITING. BUT WE HAVE SO MUCH MORE TO DO. WE HAVE ANYWHERE FROM 300 TO 350 INQUIRIES EVERY YEAR FOR SERVICES. WE HAVE A GREAT NEED FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN MALE VOLUNTEERS.))
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And Big Brothers Big Sisters of Roanoke Valley has big plans... to expand school-based mentoring programs, and partnerships with area churches.
Soon the organization will detail a capital campaign to renovate the building on Wells Avenue that will serve as its new home.
From her own experience, June House knows the investment can pay handsome dividends.
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((I FELT LIKE IT MADE SUCH A DIFFERENCE IN THE CHOICES I MADE IN MY LIFE THAT I BELIEVE IN IT AND I KNOW IT WORKS.))
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Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))




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The latest news in sports is still ahead. But first ..
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.. in the wake of last week's tragic fire at Lexington Presbyterian Church, we'll take a look back at other local historic structures destroyed by flames - in Virginia Newsreel. News 7 will be right back.

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Lexington Presbyterian Church went up in smoke last week - but as we showed you earlier in the newscast, its congregation is determined to keep its history alive.
In this week's Virginia Newsreel, Keith Humphry has a look back at some other local landmarks that came to a fiery end.
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(([FROM 00-19 TC 57:52 - PEOPLE WATCHING]
Residents and church members watched as [FROM 00-19 TC 57:47 -Steeple on fire and collapsing] flames destroyed 155 years of physical history. Five years ago, [FROM BURNINGS REEL TC 20:06:48 BEST PICS CHURCH ON FIRE / STEEPLE BURNING] we saw a similar picture in Roanoke - as the first black church in the area - went up in flames. [20:10:13 - SHOT OF PAN FROM SUN TO CHURCH]
The Old First Baptist Church had been standing 97 years. [20:10:57 - CHURCH WITH FIRE LINE TAPE]
Though its congregation had been gathering in a new church, members were still attached to the [20:07:14 - BLACK & WHITE PHOTO OF CONGREGATION] old building with so much community history. [CHURCH PICS 20:06:12,20:06:58]
And Old First Baptist was in the process of being resurrected as an arts center - when fire broke out.
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((IT WAS A SIGN OF HOPE AS THEY BROUGHT IN ENTERTAINERS ... AND TAUGHT CHILDREN... SO IT'S A GREAT LOSS.))
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[20:04:53 - firefighting shots] It took seven engine companies and four ladder trucks to quench the blaze, which also [20:05:00 - firefighters at homes] destroyed a house next door and damaged two other homes.
But the faith of First Baptist's pastor and members remained strong.
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((ALTHOUGH AS I STAND HERE LOOKING AT THE RUINS AND THE DEBRIS MY FAITH TEACHES ME TO LOOK BEYOND THE NATURAL... AND SEE GREATER THINGS COMING OUT OF THIS.))
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Investigators determined the fire had been deliberately set, by two juveniles.
Though people with sentimental ties to the church hoped to see the historic building survive - the [20:11:13 - demolition of steeple] congregation ultimately decided the burned out shell had to come down.
And on July 18th, 1996, it did.
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((I WAS BAPTIZED HERE... GONNA REALLY MISS IT.))
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[19:54:08 - HOTEL EARL SIGN FALLING OVER] In 1991, another Roanoke landmark on the verge of a new life was consumed by fire.
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((GOOD MORNING I'M MARY BURCKMEYER. ROANOKE'S HOTEL EARLE IS ON FIRE THIS MORNING...))
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As the Hotel Earle went up in flames - so too did a rich history dating back to [19:57:17 ] 1909 - when the building opened as the Shenandoah Hotel. [19:57:30]
With rates as low as a dollar a room - it served up some competition for the more pricey Hotel Roanoke.
The old building could not withstand the fire:
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((AND APPARENTLY HAS JUST GONE THROUGH THE ROOF.. YOU CAN SEE THE FLAMES POSSIBLY BEHIND ME AND THE SMOKE BILLOWING OUT.))
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The Hotel had been vacant since 1983.
Vagrants moved in, and investigators determined it was someone seeking shelter who accidentally sparked the blaze on an unseasonably cool August morning.
When the historic building went up in smoke, so did the plans of businessmen, who had hopes for the Hotel Earle's future.
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((WE WERE WORKING TOGETHER ON A 25,000... VERY DISHEARTENING.))
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As onlookers watched, the gutted building was finally brought down for good in 1994.
That's Virginia Newsreel. I'm Keith Humphry.))

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And coming up, Tiger Woods wins the British open in record fashion Barry Larkin turns down a contract offer from the New York Mets.
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And the Washington Redskin defense has found several new leaders Mike Stevens will fill us in as he continues his reports from the Redskin training camp.
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Tiger Woods is the youngest player ever to win Golf's Grand Slam. The 24-year old Woods completed the grand slam in record fashion winning the British open.
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Woods started the day with a six shot lead.
But David Duval made a run at Woods on the front nine pulling to within three strokes. But Duval struggled on 17, the notorious Road Hole and finished tied for 11-th att 7 under par.
Woods shot a 3 under par 69 today to finish the tournament at 19 under par. That's the lowest score in relation to par ever recorded at a major championship.
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Ernie Els and Thomas Bjorn tied for second at 11 under par.

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Jeremy Mayfield blew a tire on the final lap and Rusty Wallace blew by him taking the checkered flag and winning the Pennsylvania 500.
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Rusty Wallace started on the outside pole and he would lead on the restart after a caution that came out when John Andretti blew an engine.
Dale Earnhardt would work his way from the 43-rd position to lead the race after 72 laps.
Dale Jarrett was the leader at the halfway mark and Jeff Burton was running a strong second.
Then on lap 110 the caution came out when Ricky Rudd blew a tire and hit the outside wall ending Rudd's day.
Earnhardt was challenging again but while running second behind Rusty he blew a right front tire and went a lap down.
Mayfield looked as though he was going to win the race but a tire went flat and Rusty went by taking the checkered flag just ahead of Jeff Burton.
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((RUSTY WALLACE/PENNSYLVANIA 500 WINNER: MY CAR FELT REAL GOOD AND HE HAD A LITTLE PROBLEM THERE AT THE END AND I WAS ABLE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE AND THAT WAS IT BUT WE WERE BUMPER TO BUMPER JEFF BURTON RUN ME HARD TO IT FELT GOOD THOUGH TO FINALLY GET THE 51-ST VICTORY GET 2 THIS YEAR.))
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Jeff Gordon was third, Dale Jarrett fourth and Matt Kenseth fifth. Rick Mast finished 8-th and Mayfield 10-th.







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The Washington Redskins defense underwent a major overhaul during the preseason and as those new pieces start to come together at training camp Mike Stevens says a dark horse has emerged as the defensive leader.
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Cincinnati shortstop Barry Larkin has said no to a trade to the New York Mets. The Reds say they will not try to work out another deal for the 11 time all star shortstop.
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It was family day in Cincinnati this afternoon.
The Reds got on the board first. Dimitri Young hits this solo homer deep over the left field wall to make it 1 to nothing Cincinnati in the bottom of the first.
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Then in the fourth, Dante Bichette gets all of this pitch for a two run homer extending his hitting streak to 17 games and Cincinnati goes on to win the game 5 to 3.
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