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Volunteers benefit the National D'Day Memorial. The story, tonight.

Protesters gather for the Democratic National Convention. Details, tonight.[1-News-Head]
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Coming up on NEWS 7 at six.
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The National D'Day Memorial in Bedford can now be included on your list of places to visit on the weekend.
The park is now open Saturday and Sunday thanks to the generosity of volunteers.
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And-- an update on a shooting that left a Danville store manager wounded.



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In sports, Virginia mens' basketball coach Pete Gillen talks about his team's Agust European tour, a chat with UVa and former Jefferson Forest football standout Jerton Evans, some Redskins notes,
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and the folks at Watkins Glen gave a home state boy a standing ovation after he won today.
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We had an early morning shower and some afternoon sunshine...Now we're seeing a few isolated thunderstorms...I'll show you where coming up. [open]
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The National D-Day Memorial in Bedford celebrates another milestone.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[D-Day-Memorial]


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Until now-- the Bedford Memorial has only been open to the public during the week.
But volunteers are paving the way for even more people to enjoy the site's rich history.
Kate Weidaw has the story.
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(( The gates to the National D-Day Memorial are now open on the weekend. Folks who can't come during the week are taking advantage of the extra hours to see the statues, the Overlord Arch, and the ongoing construction.
George Murphy is one of 56 volunteers who is making it possible for visitors to come on the weekend and have any questions about the memorial answered.

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((GEORGE MURPHY/VOLUNTEER: YOUNGER PEOPLE NOW KNOW ABOUT NORMANDY AND D-DAY AND THEY WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT IT, AND THERE IS A CURIOSITY AND THEY WANT TO SEE IT AND BE HERE.))
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Beverly Salyards made the drive from Harrisonburg to see the Memorial.

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((BEVERLY SALYARDS: IT BRINGS BACK TO MANY MEMORIES.))
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Salyards severed in the 175-th company and arrived the day after the Normandy invasion.

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((BEVERLY SALYARDS: I FEEL LIKE THE YOUNGER GENERATION HAS FORGOTTEN THE SACRIFICES.))
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((BEVERLY SALYARDS: AND WITHOUT THE SACRIFICES WE WOULDN'T HAVE THE FREEDOM WE HAVE TODAY, WE'D HAVE SWASTIKA ALL OVER THE PLACE INSTEAD OF FLAGS FLYING.))
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And while veterans like Salyards told old stories about the war a younger generation came to appreciate what so many lost their lives for.

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((TOM MAGRI: IT'S AN AMAZINGLY POWERFUL STATEMENT THAT BOTH THE ARCH ITSELF AND THE STARKNESS THAT REMINDS PEOPLE OF WHAT THE MEN WENT THROUGH INTO THE D-DAY INVASION.))
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It's those kinds of statements that lets George Murphy know it's important to keep the memorial open on the weekend.

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((KATE WEIDAW/REPORTING: BUT THE VOLUNTEER PROGRAM WILL ONLY KEEP THE MEMORIAL OPEN ON THE WEEKEND THROUGH NOVEMBER 22ND. YOU CAN CHECK IT OUT SATURDAY 11 TO 5 AND SUNDAY 1 TO 5. KATE WEIDAW NEWS 7 BEDFORD.))
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Police are still looking for the man who shot a Danville store clerk last night.
38-year-old William Edward Cassell (Cazzell) was shot in the back after questioning a man he thought was shoplifting. Cassell is an assistant manager at the Quick Check Mart on Worsham Street.
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The shooter is described as a young black male, 5 foot 3, 135 pounds wearing baggy jeans, a black baseball hat and a bandana.
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Cassell underwent surgery and is in stable condition.



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The Firestone recall has some folks who don't have tires on the recall list getting their wheels checked out anyway.
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Cathy Greer had six month old Firestone Tires on her 19-99 Mercury Mountaineer.
They are NOT on the recall list.
But when she took her truck to this Salem shop, the mechanic noticed a problem.
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((CATHY GREER/CUSTOMER: THEY DID FIND A SEPARATION ON THE TIRE WHERE THE TIRE MEETS THE SIDE WALL AND INDEED THEY ARE SEPARATING AND WE DON'T KNOW HOW MUCH LONGER IT WOULD HAVE LASTED.))
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Mechanics throughout the Roanoke Valley say the recall has scared folks into getting their Firestone tires checked out.
But they point out, if the tire is not on the recall list, it won't be changed free of charge.
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Striking telephone workers have a new proposal to look over.
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Thousands of Verizon employees in Virginia and eleven other states are entering the second week of the strike.
But a Verizon spokesman says their latest offer represents a summary of everybody's concerns. The talks had hit roadblocks on issues such as required overtime, the movement of work and working environment.
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There's been no response yet from the two striking unions regarding the latest proposal.[Tease#1]
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Next on News 7 .. Theatre buffs are flocking to Lynchburg .. We'll tell you how the arts are playing a role in revitalizing the city.
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And they've "picked" the winners at this year's Fiddlers Convention in Galax. Thats still ahead.
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It's not Broadway, but Lynchburg's Commerce Street neighborhood is attracting theatre buffs anyway. In this week's "Virginia Profile", Steve Smallshaw tells us how the Renaissance Theater is living up to its name.. and helping with the rebirth of the city's downtown area.
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(( Some might say the heyday of Lynchburg theater ended when the curtain came down on the Academy of Music in the 1950's..
For decades, there was no viable downtown theater for live entertainment.. all that changed a few months ago.
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((THIS IS WHAT IN ALL THEATERS IS REFERRED TO AS A GREEN ROOM.. ))
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Now the inside of an old hardware store on Commerce Street has been transformed into a vibrant, working theater.
For three years, Tom Nowell and dozens of volunteers with the Renaissance Theater group have poured their time and energy into renovating the building and turning it into their group's first permanent home.
This is show business on a small scale.. the "black box" theater as it's called can be adapted to all different kinds of sets.. it seats no more than a hundred.. so don't come here expecting a big production.
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((TOM NOWELL: YOU CAN'T HAVE 76 TROMBONES MARCH THROUGH THIS 40 BY 40 FOOT ROOM, BUT WE'RE PROBABLY A LITTLE BIT BETTER TO DO THE SMALLER SHOWS, THE MORE INTIMATE TYPE OF SHOWS, WHERE AS YOU CAN SEE THE AUDIENCE IS VERY, VERY CLOSE TO THE STAGE AND TO THE PERFORMANCE.))
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((WHY DON'T WE START RIGHT AT THE BEGINNING OF THAT LAST ACT..))
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So it's just right for plays like "April Morning", a three- person show written and directed by local playwright Linda Nell Cooper.
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((I KNOW IT'S GOING TO BE PRETTY ROUGH ON YOU, ESPECIALLY WHEN I'M GONE.. I COULD STAY IF YOU NEED ME..))
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Cooper's play could have debuted anywhere, but she says her work and the Renaissance were a perfect fit.
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((THEY'RE KNOWN TO BE A THEATER THAT TAKES RISK, THEY'RE KNOWN TO BE A THEATER THAT'S EXPERIMENTAL.. WE DON'T HAVE ANY OTHER THEATER THAT'S A BLACK- BOX STYLE LIKE THIS IN LYNCHBURG.. YOU HAVE TO GO TO CHARLOTTESVILLE OR ROANOKE, SO IT'S THE FIRST TIME TO HAVE SOMETHING LIKE THIS WHERE YOUR WORK CAN BE DONE, SO THAT'S QUITE AN HONOR.))
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Opening night for "April Morning" was sold out, and the Nowells say people are starting to discover the Renaissance Theater and the downtown area.
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((PAM NOWELL: PEOPLE NEED TO BE AWARE OF ALL THE GOOD THINGS THAT CAN HAPPEN DOWN HERE.. AND THERE'S A LOT THAT CAN HAPPEN IN THE EVENING IN TERMS OF EATING PLACES AND ENTERTAINMENT PLACES AND OF COURSE THEATER.))
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Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

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The 65th Old Fiddlers Convention in Galax wrapped up with two musicians tying for top honors - for the first time in the event's history. Guitarist Wayne Henderson from Mouth of Wilson, and Old-Time fiddler Greg Hooven, of Staunton, were named Best All- Around Performers.
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Thousands of fans of bluegrass and old-time music gathered in Felts Park this week for the six days of competition.
The convention , sponsored by the Galax Moose Lodge, ended today with the presentation of awards and 20- thousand dollars in cash prizes.
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The group, Fescue, from Marion, North Carolina, won the bluegrass band competition. And the New Ballards Branch Bogtrotters, from Galax, were named the top old-time band.

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Still to come .. The number of skin cancer cases is on the rise .. We'll tell you who's affected.
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And the American Heart Association and local bridal shops come together in wedded bliss. Find out why these groups are working together, Next.
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The American Heart Association will benefit from a bridal and fashion show held today at Roanoke's Clarion Hotel.
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Brides-to-be had a chance to check out the latest styles in gowns.
Booths were also set up with local photographers, caterers, and entertainment.
Organizers say the event takes the guess work out of putting a wedding together.
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((ERIN WAYBRIGHT/ORGANIZER: THERE'S SO MUCH INVOLVED IN PLANNING A WEDDING YOU HAVE TO GO HERE AND BRINGING IT ALL INTO ONE PLACE YOU GET ALL THE INFORMATION AT ONCE SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO GO TO EACH INDIVIDUAL BUSINESS.))
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The American Heart Association took home the proceeds from the show.
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The number of cases of the deadly form of skin cancer, melanoma, are on the rise.
That's just one of the stories topping this week's health check.
Joy Sutton has more.
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(( The American Cancer Society says the number of cases of melanoma is increasing by four percent every year.
But about 80 percent of skin cancers could be prevented if people protected themselves from the sun's rays.
Those who are fair skinned and burn easily are most at risk.
And Dr. Karanita Ojomo at the Lewis Gale Regional Cancer Center says it can take 10 to 20 years for the cancer to develop after the skin has been damaged.
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((DR. KARANITA OJOMO/RADIATION ONCOLOGIST: IT'S NOT EVEN AN IMMEDIATE EFFECT AND THAT'S WHY IT'S SO DIFFICULT TO EXPLAIN TO YOUNG PEOPLE YOU SHOULDN'T BE A TANNER YOU SHOULDN'T BE A SUN WORSHIPPER BECAUSE LATER YOU MIGHT PAY FOR THIS))
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Ojomo says sometimes the cancer won't show up for 10 to 20 year after skin has been damaged.
In other health news, Carilion Family Medicine in Christiansburg is one of four sites in the country participating in a pilot program called About My Health.
The program allows patients to go on-line to view their medical records.
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((DR. BRENT LAMBERT/CARILION FAMILY MEDICINE: IT INCLUDES THEIR PROBLEM LIST, THEIR MEDICATION LIST, AND THEIR PAST MEDICAL HISTORY, THEIR ALLERGIES, CERTAIN DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION. FROM THIS SITE THE PATIENT HAS THE ABILITY TO USE THIS TO REVIEW AND TO PRINT THAT INFORMATION))
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Doctor Brent Lambert say once the pilot program is finished Carilion will most likely make the program available to all its patients.
And a relatively new pap smear may reduce the number of repeat pap smears a woman may need to undergo.
It's called the ThinPrep test and unlike the conventional method doctors don't smear the specimen on a slide - they place it into a vial of preservatives that is processed in the lab.
The machine filters out the unnecessary material like blood and mucus, making a cleaner sample to read.
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((JEANNINE: THE CHANGES THAT WE SEE ARE MUCH MORE DEFINED AND WE CAN TELL THE DOCTOR WHAT WE THINK IS GOING ON AND ACTUALLY CUT OUT SOME REPEAT PAP SMEARS AND GO STRAIGHT TO TREATMENT))
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The Lewis Gale Clinic is the only clinic is Southwest, Virginia that can administer and process the test.
That's this week's Health Review, I'm Joy Sutton.))


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Steve Park takes the checkered flag at Watkins Glen, the story of two local football products helping VMI get back on the winning track,
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and words from former Jefferson Forest standout Jerton Evans on changes he's made this summer coming into his second season at UVa.
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The Winston Cup circuit posted it's 13th winner this season as drivers were put to the road test in the Global Crossing at the Glen.
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Points leader Bobby Labonte was ready for the Watkins Glen 11 turn road course,
But Dale Earnhardt had trouble right here, hitting the wall to bring out one of the five cautions on the day, he finished 25th.
Dale Junior also did not have a good day, he crashes here and would finish 40th on the day.
Jeff Gordon had won six straight road course races but on the lap 67 restart he was the last car on the lead lap and would end up 23rd.
Steve park would win the race in his homestate, holding off Mark Martin for his first Winston Cup victory.
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Jeff Burton was 3rd, Robby Gordon 4th, and Bobby Labonte fifth. Rick Mast was 19th, Ward Burton 22nd, Elliott Sadler 28th, followed by Stacy Compton.

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The Virginia men's basketball team is practicing for a six game trip to Germany, Belgium and France. The team will leave August 16th. The Wahoos hope to further their knowledge of the European culture and gain experience against club and professional teams.
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During this past Friday's news conference Gillen also addressed the loss of guard Majestic Mapp to a torn ligament in his right knee that will sideline him up to six months.
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There has been some excitement surrounding the Virginia football teams talented and deep linebacking crew that should be the strength of the Cavaliers defense this season.
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On media day Friday, safety Jerton Evans also looked confident. He should be the strongest link in a secondary that graduated both corners. He's been working out all summer.
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((JERTON EVANS/UVA SOPHOMORE SAFETY:))
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The VMI defense returns 10 starters this season. Denise Allen says two former Friday Football Extra stars experience should improve this unit.
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(( Football wasn't the only sport Chris Morris played for Alleghany. Morris also made some moves on the hardwood in high school.
But these days he's lining up as an outside linebacker for the Keydets. Coach Cal McCombs says his role on the squad is one that includes of high intensity.
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Mike Bradley came to VMI from Jefferson Forest. The sophomore is at the other outside linebacker spot.
The Keydets allowed more than 36 points a game last year, the worst in the Southern Conference.
Bradley and the other defenders expect the experience they gained last season under Coach McCombs to help them improve on last years performance.
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Football is not the only lesson, Bradley says he'll take away from VMI.
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Bradley and Morris will join the rest of the Keydets on the field on September second when Duquesne comes on Post.


Denise Allen News 7. ))


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The Washington Redskins don't play again until next Saturday night against the Browns, but the team is making plenty of news today.
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Defensive tackle Dan Wilkinson, who was injured on Friday night just before half-time will miss the rest of the preseason. Doctors say he has a grade two sprain to the medial collateral ligament of his left knee. They say the best medicine is rest. There is no such thing as rest for 40 year old Darrell Green. Friday night he was introduced in the pregame with Deion and Champ, but didn't start. Still he made a huge interception, and he plans to keep sacrificing for the sake of a Super Bowl
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In one other Redskins' note that is not so humorous. Renowned orthopedic surgeon - James Andrews plans to examine the injured right knee of former Hokie Derek Smith. The Skins are contemplating negotiating an injury settlement with Smith and then cutting him.
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