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Coming up on News 7-
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A jet leaving Greensboro has to turn back and make an emergency landing.
Tires and millions of them may be recalled- they could cause deadly accidents. Details ahead-
And after 136 years a Civil War submarine.. is brought out of the ocean-
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Plus the hot forecast-
News 7 is next.

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((WE TOLD THEM WHERE THEY COULD PUT IT....))
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A move to ensure gas service to some Roanoke County customers has the Board of Supervisors - and some landowners - up in arms.
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Good Evening.

[Pipeline]


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Virginia Gas says the proposed line would make sure most Roanoke customers have gas service in the future-
[Double Boxes=Mere & Jean/Newsroom]


But others say not so fast- Meredyth Censullo was at today's Supervisors meeting-
[Live= Meredyth Full/Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Meredyth1]


Laying a new line means creating a 50-foot wide, 40 mile long swath of treeless land near neighborhoods and the Blue Ridge Parkway. The proposed line parallels an existing line extending from Radford to Clearbrook in Roanoke County.
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((IF THEY TAKE MORE TREES DOWN, IT'S JUST GOING TO BE UGLY.))[RUNS:03]
Danielle Hoffman knows what it's like to have a gas line running through her back yard. This 50-foot wide stretch of land is owned by Duke Power. If a new easement is built, her view of the forest, could be replaced a scene of scrub.

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((THEY COULD LEAVE ME A BUFFER OF TREES, BUT EVEN IF THEY LEAVE ME A BUFFER OF TREES ITS GONNA LOOK LIKE CLEAR CUTTING
THROUGH MY YARD.))[RUNS=:08]



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((IF THEY TAKE 50 FEET ON THIS SIDE OF THE EASEMENT THATS BACK THERE, IT'S GONNA COME UP INSIDE MY FENCE.....))[RUNS:05]
It would butt up to Susan Corrigan's house too. These women wonder why the company doesn't use the path that's already here...

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((I REALLY HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THE FACT THAT TWO COMPANIES CAN'T SHARE THIS SAME EXISTING GAS EASEMENT LINE FOR THE GOOD OF EVERYBODY.))[RUNS:09]
The Board of supervisors rejected Virginia Gas' proposal to create the easement two years ago - but the company got the go ahead from the State Corportation Commission anyway.

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((ODELL "FUZZY" MINNIX/SUPERVISOR: I WOULD SUGGEST TO YOU THAT ITS CHEAPER TO RAPE YOUR LAND THAN TO PAY SOMEBODY ELSE TO COEXIST WITH THEM.))[RUNS:08]
The Supervisors say greed is the driving force behind Virginia Gas' plans.. These residents agree..

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((THIS IS US RIGHT HERE...))[RUNS:02]
The pipelines - and battle lines - are drawn. And these neighbors say everyone in the county should be en guard - because even if the line doesn't ease it's way into your backyard - they say - it could destroy your view. ))
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[Take Full Screen Board] To find out where the proposed line will go, log on to w-w-w-dot-geocities-dot com backslash-s-m-p-a-c-v-i-e-w.
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The Board of Supervisors a resolution asking Virignia Gas to consider sharing the easement with Duke Power.
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Virginia Gas refuses to comment until they see the resolution.

[Tires]


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A huge tire recall is coming-
Bridgestone Firestone will reportedly recall about 20-million tires implicated in more than 40 fatal accidents-
Most of the tires are on Ford Explorers- as Sharyll Attkison reports.
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((Worried customers like Preston Rico are flocking to Firestone and Ford dealers as hundreds of complaints about ATX, ATX TWO and WILDERNESS tires shredding--continue to pour in. The number of deaths under investigation has more than doubled...to 46...in just a few days. PRESTON RICO: THEY TOLD ME IF I'M CONCERNED ABOUT THE TIRE, COME IN AND GET IT CHECKED AND SEE IF THEY CAN DO A VISUAL CHECK. There's only one problem: by Ford's own admission...a VISUAL check of the tires won't detect the problem! The tires peel to shreds without warning. And while it's happening on many types of sport utility vehicles, there's an especially disturbing number of accidents among Ford Explorers. Ford and Firestone insist there's no trend. And this memo obtained by CBS News shows Firestone dismissed similar allegations years ago. "After a series of accidents involving...Explorers" in 1996, the company writes, "...Firestone conducted a full investigation and found the tires to be perfectly safe and sound." Yet a new analysis by a research firm reveals that Explorers are EIGHT TIMES more likely to be in deadly tire-related crashes, than a comparable SUV with different tires: the Jeep Cherokee. ))
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Researchers found the largest concentration of crashes appeared to be in hot weather climates-
and one researcher questions why Ford swapped out the tires for free in other countries all with hot climates, all reporting similar problems.
Firestone's expected recall could cost it hundreds of millions of dollars-

[Pulaski-Furniture]


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Almost 300 people will lose their jobs when Pulaski Furniture closes its Martinsville plant in October. Martinsville already has the highest unemployment rate in the state. The city built its economy around textiles and furniture -- Textiles failed last year and now, Tina Tenret investigates what's happening to the furniture industry.
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[NS-Layoffs]


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Decades of repair work at Norfolk Southern's East End Shops are over.
The company laid off 200 of its carshop workers today.
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While the company cites a decrease in coal exports as the reason for the furloughs, many of the furloughed employees blame the Conrail Merger.
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[TC: 00:28:19]
[IN Q=When it was]

((WHEN IT WAS FIRST ANNOUNCED, THEY SAID IT WOULD BE GOOD FOR EMPLOYMENT IN ROANOKE. ONE YEAR TO THE DAY, THE ANNIVERSARY, THEY TOLD US WE WERE BEING SHUT DOWN.))
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The Union President says he hoped his coworkers could have found work at Norfolk Southern.
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((FRED SMITH/UNION PRESIDENT: THEY TOLD US WHEN THE ACQUISITION CAME ABOUT THAT THERE WOULD BE A LOT OF JOBS HERE IN ROANOKE, BUT THERE'S NO JOBS AT NORFOLK SOUTHERN. MAYBE SOME IN NEW JERSEY, AND THERE WERE SOME IN HARRISBURG THIS MORNING, BUT THEY ARE FILLED ALREADY.))
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A skeleton crew of 16 will be left at the carshops.
Maintenance and managers will be the only one's left of the 238 that once made up the workforce there.
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[Yokohama]


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Employees at Salem's sprawling tire plant are getting an unwanted summer vacation.
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Yokohama will suspend manufacturing from August 20th until September 1st in an attempt to reduce inventory.
Company officials told News 7 that they are working with the Virginia Employment Commission to make sure employees are eligible for un-employment benefits during the shutdown.
Company officials say they don't anticipate similar action again.
Yokohama employs more than a thousand people.
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[Dog-found]


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The missing Mastiff turned up in Salem this morning.
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The dog was re-united with his owner this afternoon.
Rocky had been missing for five days- -since his escape from a dog show at the Civic Center.
Though dozens of people had searched the area, Rocky just showed up on Leo Walker's door-step this morning... rooting around in the beer bottles.
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((KEITH HUMPHRY/NEWS 7: You didn't know Rocky was a beer drinker. NO, IF I'D KNOWN THAT, I'D A HAD BEER ALL OVER THIS TOWN. I DIDN'T HAVE ANY IDEA HE LIKED BEER. THAT'S NOT SOMETHING HE GETS AT OUR HOUSE.))
[SUPER=01-Kim Siebert/Dog Owner]
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Siebert wrote Walker a check for one thousand dollars, the reward she'd promised for Rocky's return.
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((I ALMOST FEEL GUILTY MAKING THIS EASY MONEY. BUT I COULD USE IT RIGHT NOW, SO.....))
[SUPER=01-Leo Walker/Dog Finder]
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[OUT Q=right now, so.]
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Siebert praised Walker, Salem residents and police along with members of the Roanoke Kennel Club who'd been so supportive and helpful in the search for Rocky.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Still on News 7, still no deal between Verizon and its striking union workers.
We'll have an update.
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And find out why retirees are picketing a Campbell County plant.
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[Sports-preview]


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((HEY EVERYBODY, STEVE MASON IN THE HOUSE WITH YA TONIGHT WITH MORE HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE LYNCHBURG HILLCATS/WINSTON SALEM WARTHOGS SERIES. WORDS FROM FORMER VIRGINIA STAR AND NOW NEW ENGLAND PATRIOT CHRIS SLADE, TECH 'S ANDRE KENDRICK TALKS ABOUT SUMMER SCHOOL, MICHAEL VICK IS THE COVER BOY FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED AND ESPN THE MAGAZINE, AND A LOOK AT THE FRANKLIN COUNTY FOOTBALL TEAM UNDER COACH MILES AND THE EAGLES GOLF TEAM IN SPORTS))

[Lieberman]


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Al Gore chose his home state of Tennessee to officially introduce his presidential running mate-
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Senator Joseph Lieberman- from Connecticut scoffed at Republican suggestions that his positions on issues are similar to George W. Bush.
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((LIEBERMAN: WITH ALL DUE RESPECT I THINK THAT'S LIKE SAYING THE VETERINARIAN AND THE TAXIDERMIST ARE IN THE SAME BUSINESS BECAUSE EITHER WAY YOU GET YOUR DOG BACK.))
[SUPER=201-Joseph Lieberman/(D) Vice-Presidential Cand.;]
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[OUT Q=your dog back.]
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Leiberman is considered a moderate, supporting school vouchers and some privatization of social security, issues Al Gore opposes.
But the Gore says the two men agree on many other issues
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[Jones-Lt-Gov]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Norfolk Delegate Jerrauld (JEHR-ald) Jones says he will seek the Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor.
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Jones has represented Norfolk and Chesapeake in the General Assembly since 1988. He is currently the chairman of the Legislative Black Caucus.
In a statement today, Jones said he understands "what the people of Virginia want and need, regardless of race, party, gender, religion or regional differences."
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[Verizon-update]


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Striking Verizon workers say no progress has been made in contract negotiations.
In fact, they say the two sides are further apart than when they started.
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A Union Vice President says the company has made a second contract proposal.
He says the proposal takes away language on vacations that the Union had just won through arbitration in June.
The Communications Workers of America say their picket lines are holding strong from Maine to Virginia, and no contract agreement is expected to be reached anytime soon.
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[BWX-Union]


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An effort to unionize hundreds of workers at BWX Technologies in Campbell County is under way.
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BWX retirees were on hand for shift change this afternoon, passing out union brochures for the United Electrical Workers.
The retirees have been battling BWX for months over skyrocketing health insurance costs.
They believe current employees should unionize to protect themselves from a similar situation.
Previous efforts to organize unions at BWX over the years have failed.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[writer=chr]
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A passenger jet makes an emergency landing in Greensboro.
Find out why when News 7 returns.
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[VO-NAT]


And 136 years after its final voyage as a warship, a Civil-War submarine surfaces in Charleston Harbor.
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[Emergency-Landing]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A plane that took off from Greensboro today ran into some trouble-
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The Air Tran jet with 62 people aboard had to turn back and make an emergency landing at Piedmont Triad International airport after the pilot reported smoke in the cockpit
Flight 913 was about 20 miles south of Greensboro on its way to Atlanta when the pilot reported smoke.
The D-C nine landed safely about 3:45 this afternoon in Greensboro- Eight people were taken to area hospitals.
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[Russian-bombing]


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A deadly bombing in a crowded Moscow walkway may have been a terrorist attack.
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No one has claimed responsibility but some officials are blaming Chechen rebels.
Seven people died in today's blast- Dozens more were injured.
The blast happened in a crowded walkway filled with commuters and shoppers.
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[Project-Life]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Project Lifesaver is living up to its name for the second day in a row.
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[SUPER=03-Pittsylvania Co.;]


27 year old Charissa (KA-rissa) Keel has Down's Syndrome and walked away from her home last night.
It took Pittsylvania County authorities exactly eight minutes to find her.
She wears the Project Lifesaver transmitter that allows searchers to track her.
Authorities found Keel a quarter of a mile from her home.
Sunday night officers successfully located a man who also wears the device.
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Hillcats highlights and words from New England Patriots standout Chris Slade,
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[SUPER=76-ESPN; :00]

But first our extra point. The cover of Sports Illustrated that will arrive in households tomorrow will feature Michael Vick on the cover, which refers to him as "Mr. Excitement". It's the college football preview issue.
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[S-Hillcats]


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In Carolina League action last night, the Salem Avalanche visited Potomac, and fell to the Cannons 6 to 5.
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A little closer to home, the Lynchburg Hillcats took on the Winston-Salem Warthogs in Lynchburg.
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To the diamond we go. Despite the 3 early runs by the Hillcats, defense turned out to be the key in this game.
Some sloppy play early on by the Warthogs.
This error allowed Luis Lorenzana to reach base, but the threat was ended with this
[SUPER=37-Lynchburg/3/Winston-Salem/0;]

double play to end the fourth.
The Hillcats and Lorenzana would not take no for an answer.
In top of the seventh, Lorenzana turns this nifty double play and the Hillcats go on to blank the Hogs 3 to nothing
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[S-MLB]


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On to Major League Baseball and we go to the Big Apple where the Yankees took on the Oakland Athletics at Yankee Stadium.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY/A's vs. Yankees; :00]


Another tight game for the Bronx Bombers but fans go their money's worth.
Bernie Williams and David Justice homered on the first two pitches in the bottom of the ninth to give the New York Yankees a wild 4-to-3 win over Oakland.
Williams led off the ninth with his 25th home run and Justice followed with his 30th to end the Yankees' three-game skid.
[SUPER=03-Chicago, IL/Mariners vs. White Sox;]


In other major league action, the Seattle Mariners continued their broken hearts road tour by spanking the Chicago White Sox 12 to 4. Jay Buhner did a ton of damage on this grand slam homer.
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[S-Slade]


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The New England Patriots are 2 and OH so far this pre-season thanks to a new defense and a new head coach. Former Virginia star Chris Slade spoke about coach Belichick from Patriots training camp.
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Slade was third on the team in tackles last season and posted four sacks. A new defense should allow him to utilize his speed and athletic ability.
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[S-ESPN]


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The ESPN college football preview edition could be arriving at your home tomorrow. And Michael Vick is once again on another cover of a prominant magazine.
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[VO-NAT]

The cover shot is accompanied by the title "The Human Highlight." Vick had to go through some rather bizarre motions for the magazine's photo shoot - spending much of his time posing on a mini-trampoline. In the magazine's accompanying article on Vick, the author refers to the Tech quarterback as the best thing to come out of Virginia since baked ham and Sam Snead. The magazine also ranks the Hokies 10th in their preseason top 25.
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[S-Franklin]


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The Franklin County Eagles welcomed our Friday Football Extra preseason crew to practice yesterday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Rocky Mount; :00]

First place finishes and Franklin County have not exactly been synonymous the past decade, but the Eagles' new head coach Billy Miles hopes to remedy all of that. Miles has 29 years of experience as an assistant coach, most recently with the state champs from Salem. Understandably, his arrival has created quite a bit of excitement.
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[VO-NAT CON'T]

The Franklin County school system has given Miles the tools he needs to teach, in terms of his assistant coaches.
One of the newcomers is John Cooke, who coached state championship teams at both Jonesville and Roanoke Catholic.


After a year away from football, he has come back to help Miles.
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[IN Q="Aw 117 players...]

((JOHN COOKE:))
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[SUPER=01-Kevin Taylor/Franklin Co. Senior End; :22]
[SUPER=01-Shannon Haynes/Franklin Co. Senior; :29]
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[OUT Q=...make us successful."]
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[S-Golf]


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The 24th annual Bob McClelland Classic wrapped up at Countryside yesterday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]


Cave Spring's Jason Owenby won the individual title.
He was eight shots better than the second place finisher, Franklin County's Mitch Chandler. The Eagles Neal Hunt came in third.
Franklin County won the team competition with Cave Spring coming in second and Northside third.
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((CHARLES JAMISON/FRANKLIN COUNTY GOLF COACH:))
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[OUT Q=......this tournament alot"]
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[anchor=mike]
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Also, Ron Taylor of William Fleming had the tourney's first ever hole in one, on the par 3 number 16.
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One other golf note. Chip Sullivan of Ashley Plantation fired a five under 67 on the final round to finish at seven under par, good enough to win the 2000 Holden Cup at Belle Haven Country Club.
The tourney is a Middle Atlantic PGA charity event.

[Hunley]


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136 years after she slipped beneath them, the Civil War submarine Hunley rose above the waves.
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Today divers raised the sub from the murky bottom of the Charleston Harbor.
The last time the Hunley left the harbor it was 1864.
She became the first submarine to sink an enemy vessel, but she went down too.
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Some pieces of the Hunley have already been recovered in good shape, giving archeologists reason to believe the rest of the Hunley and her crew will be preserved as well.
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