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Local Native Americans gather to honor and remember veterans of all wars this Memorial Day weekend.
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And, a warning for those planning to canoe in the James River.[Sports-head]


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In sports, plenty of major league baseball today, we will check in on the Braves, the Coke 600 is underway
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while the Indy 500 is in the books and they were climbing the walls at Indy, at least this driver was, we will tell you why in sports.
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Sunny skies ahead for our Memorial Day but the chance for showers may be lingering in the forecast. Details ahead.

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((GARLAND HUMBLE BEAR: WE CAN'T BE AT THE WALL THIS WEEKEND, BUT THEY'RE HERE AND ARE DANCING IN THAT CIRCLE.))
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Native Americans honor the nation's veterans this Memorial Day weekend with a Pow Wow.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.


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It's a tradition in the Native American culture that takes place throughout the year. But today's Pow Wow was to honor everyone who gave their life for our country. Kate Weidaw has the story.
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((GARLAND HUMBLE BEAR: WE LOST A LOT OF GOOD FRIENDS THERE AND WE LEFT MANY BEHIND THAT'S WHY WE DANCE TODAY. WE DANCE IN HONOR OF THE SPIRIT OF ALL THE BROTHERS THAT FELL THERE.))
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Vietnam veteran Garland Humble Bear says a pow wow is an opportunity for Native Americans to remember all veterans who gave their lives in battle.

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((GARLAND HUMBLE BEAR: IT BRINGS BACK SOME SAD MEMORIES BUT ALSO SOME GOOD ONES TO KNOW THEIR BODIES JUST LAID DOWN THEY DIDN'T KILL THE CONSCIOUS OF MY FRIEND.))
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During the ceremony both men and women who have lost someone performed a memorial dance in their honor.
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Hugs and hand shakes symbolize the homecoming of soldiers after the war.
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((RANDY RILEY: THIS IS THE ONE THING YOU CAN GO TO AS A VETERAN AND FEEL HONORED THROUGH OUT THE YEAR, WE DON'T HAVE TO WAIT FOR MEMORIAL DAY.))
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As Vietnam veteran Randy Riley looks at the flags that fly during the ceremony he says the prisoner of war flag reminds him of the battle Native Americans still fight today.

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((RANDY RILEY: WE GO TO OTHER COUNTRIES TO FIGHT FOR FREEDOM BUT FOR A LOT OF NATIVE PEOPLE WE DON'T HAVE FREEDOM HERE.))
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For those who gave their lives a wreath was laid in their honor.
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And while countless lives have been lost to war, Humble Bear says the drum will keep the heartbeat of the earth going on. Kate Weidaw News7 Salem.))

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Local veterans are among the thousands rolling and thundering in the nation's capital.
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They're taking part in the 14th annual Rolling Thunder demonstration to honor America's veterans this Memorial Day weekend. Yesterday-- more than a hundred people from Roanoke and the New River Valley left for Washington D-C to take part in the event.
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((JEFF WALKE/ROLLING THUNDER RIDER: WE FOCUS MAINLY ON SUPPORTING OUR VETERANS AND SHOWING OUR PATRIOTISM ACROSS THE COUNTRY. WE HAVE SOME VIETNAM VETERANS WHO'VE BEEN WITH US YEAR AFTER YEAR AND SO WE GO TO SHOW THEM THAT WE CARE.))
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The event started in the 1980's as a call to remember prisoners of war and those missing in action during the Vietnam War, and to advocate improved health care for Vets.
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Police are still not releasing the name of the man found dead at a construction site in Blacksburg.
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The man was found dead yesterday afternoon in an apartment building under construction on North Main Street. Sources say the body had been at the construction site for a couple of days. Police are treating the death as suspicious.
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A Salem man remains in critical condition after crashing his vehicle during a police pursuit.
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20- year old John Guilliams crashed his Ford Bronco Friday night in Roanoke. State police say they were pursuing Guilliams because he was suspected of driving drunk. Authorities say Guilliams ran a red light and crashed into the side of a tractor trailer hauling milk. No one else was injured.
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[James-River]


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If you're planning on taking a canoe out on the James River you might want to make other plans.
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The Buchanan Rescue Squad is calling the river dangerous. That's because the James River is swollen from recent rains and the water is moving quickly. Yesterday nine people were rescued from the James when their canoes capsized.
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((LT. CHARLIE PROVOST/BUCHANAN RESCUE SQUAD: IT'S PROBABLY 6 TO 8 FEET HIGHER THEN NORMAL AND JUST BECAUSE THE WATER IS MOVING SO FAST IT'S DANGEROUS TO BE IN.))
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Normally the James River is between three and four feet deep and the water moves slowly. Officials say if you're thinking about boating, call the rescue squad first to check the conditions of the river.
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Coming up, viewers chime in on pronounciation, and eminent domain...
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and tired of the daily grind? You might want to spend a couple of hours milling around Rockbridge County. Shannon Young will have details... But first... lets check in with Jacey.
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Looking for a place to "mill" around? In this week's Time Off Shannon Young takes us to Rockbridge County-- where a history lesson, cooking class and bakery are all rolled into one historic site.
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((You won't notice it at first, but there's something different about Wade's Mill. You'll have to step inside the 250-year old building to notice flour isn't the mill's only focus.
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((We grind wheat, corn, rye, buckwheat and market it to commercial accounts, retail outlets. We have catalogues. We also do cooking classes that my wife can tell you about. We do festivals and special events.))
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Jim and Georgie Young bought the mill from the Wade family in 1991 and opened it to the public a year later. As Jim trained himself as a miller, Georgie expanded the business to include her love of cooking. And, since the mill isn't equipped with a kitchen, she happily welcomes students into her home next door.
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((We always find it's a lot more fun to eat what you make and it's hands on. We don't do any of this stand up front and lecture. Everybody has a job and then we finish and we sit down and eat the meal.))
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All the utensils, linens, pottery and many of the ingredients Georgie uses are for sale inside the mill. You'll also find goodies she's picked up in her travels.
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((We have an international floor Italy, Spain, France, and Portugal. And we have a number of distributors that we acquire various cooking utensils and things that fit with the mill and cooking.))
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If you're not up for shopping, Wade's Mill is a fun place to just, well, mill around as these Lexington school kids found out. And if you truly want to experience the mill's unique flavor - stop by during one of its festivals.
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((We have music, we have vendors, we bake bread. We have a wonderful outdoor bread over and then we're gonna have some gourmet meals.))
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Shannon Young, News 7, Raphine.))
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[Feedback, May 27]


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A letter from a viewer last week questioned why some places in western Virginia aren't pronounced the way they're spelled.
This week, a librarian provides one possible answer.
Here's News-7's Feedback, with assignment editor Joe McKean.
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((Botetourt County looks like it should be pronounced "Botetort" to folks who've just moved here or are passing through.
One possible explanation for why it's not is rooted in Virginia history, according to the acting reference librarian at the Rockbridge Regional Library (Angela Watkins).
"It had been customary in some dialects of southern British English, in the fifteenth century, to drop the "r" sound before a consonant...Lord Botetourt was the governor of Virginia during 1768-1770. In eastern Virginia cultural circles, this is how his name was pronounced, and that pronunciation has lasted through all these years. As for Staunton, it was laid out in 1748 and was named in honor of Lady Staunton, the wife of colonial governor Gooch. Here, too, the pronunciation probably holds over from earlier southern British dialect that shortened vowels...As you can see, both of these pronunciations are far from being "uneducated"; indeed they have their origins in the highest educated and cultured circles of colonial Virginia. To use any other pronunciation would not only mark one as an upstart, but an outsider as well."
A viewer from Roanoke (Gene Stuckey) who didn't see our recent series on eminent domain,
"...got the impression that it was primarily slanted towards what many are led to believe is the victim of eminent domain. The law of eminent domain was founded on the basis of protecting the TAXPAYER from greedy opportunists...The news media continuously compounds the problem of eminent domain by giving the impression that it is VDOT or City Council or local government money. It is not their money, it is my money and your money and everyone who pays taxes money."
To send us your comments on our news coverage or issues in the news, here's the mailing address...our fax number...our e-mail address. Or log on to our website's online forum.
Joe McKean, News-7.))



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Coming up, Steve Mason will join us with highlights from a busy day on the track...
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but before that, some musicians make headlines with political statements, but these local bluegrass pickers are practically touring with one politico. Stay tuned, there's much more ahead on News 7 at 6.
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Callers in one Virginia city are getting an unexpected -and costly - surprise... if they're trying to reach the Salvation Army. The yellow pages in the Hampton Roads phone book feature an ad listing the wrong number for the Salvation Army - it's actually the number of a sex line. A Verizon spokesperson is apologizing for the mixup... but says a Salvation Army official signed off on the ad before it was published. The sex line callers are charged almost three dollars a minute.



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Bluegrass and politics don't usually mix, but one local group has a steady gig on the political scene.
Joe Dashiell has their story in this week's Virginia Profile.
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((Thursday afternoon at the Coffee Pot and The Bluegrass Brothers are on stage, in front of the microphones recording a new CD... [NAT SOUND OF BAND]
If they haven't hit the bluegrass big time yet, they have been hard to ignore, since Mark Warner, the Democratic Candidate for Governor, unveiled his first television advertisements. [NAT SOUND OF COMMERCIAL 04:37]
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((MARK WARNER IS READY TO LEAD OUR COMMONWEALTH. HE'LL WORK FOR MOUNTAIN PEOPLE AND ECONOMIC HEALTH.))
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Singing Dave Saunders adaptation of the Dillard's moonshine ballad "Dooley," The Bluegrass Brothers have turned an appearance at a Roanoke rally into a recurring role in Warner's campaign.
And all of the attention has taken them by surprise.
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((ROBERT DOWDY: WE PLAYED FOR AL GORE WHEN HE CAME TO ROANOKE AND THAT'S PROBABLY ONE OF THE BIGGEST POLITICIANS WE'VE PLAYED FOR, BUT AS FAR AS GETTING MIXED UP IN AN ACTUAL CAMPAIGN THAT WAS A LITTLE BIT DIFFERENT THERE, BUT I'M GLAD WE DID.))
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Robert Dowdy provides the banjo licks. His brother Victor plays the bass. Victor's son Steve is on guitar, and Jack Leonard picks the mandolin.
For all four, bluegrass is a passion, and not just a passing fancy.
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((STEVE DOWDY: I'VE BEEN PLAYING PRETTY MUCH SINCE I WAS SEVEN YEARS OLD. MY FATHER TAUGHT ME HOW TO PLAY BASS, AND I TOOK IT UP FROM THERE.)) ((VICTOR DOWDY: IT'S IN MY BLOOD AND IT'S THERE TO STAY. IT'S NOT GOING NOWHERE. I LOVE IT AND IT'S SOMETHING I WANT TO DO THE REST OF MY LIFE, I RECKON.))
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With one CD behind them, and another on the way... the Bluegrass Brothers are enjoying their newfound celebrity... and wondering where the campaign trail might carry a band from western Virginia.
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((JACK LEONARD: WE'RE ROLLING WITH THIS AND SAYING IF IT LASTS A MONTH, GREAT. IF IT LAST TIL NOVEMBER GREAT. IF IT LAST FOR YEARS, IT'S GOOD, BECAUSE WE GREW UP TOGETHER ALL OF US DID, SO IT'S STILL REAL FUN FOR US.))
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The band will be busy for weeks to come. The campaign just signed them to play 17 more dates. [NAT SOUND]
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))

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The Indianapolis 500 goes to a rookie, the berglund Soccer tournament raps up, Braves and Pirates for ya
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and the story of this pioneer race car driver at New River Valley Speedway.
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The 85th Indianapolis 500 was as exciting as ever today and Helio Castroneves became the eight rookie to win the race.
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The Indy 500 got off to a rough start with the first of seven cautions on the day. On the first lap pole winner Scott Sharp lost control on the cold, slick track and crashed.
Then, on lap eight, Sarah Fisher, crashed in the second turn and also took out Scott Goodyear. Goodyear fractured his lower back. Tony Stewart was competing in both the Indy 500 and the Coke 600. He took the lead on lap 137. Under a rain delay, Stewart was rushed to the first aid center to massage cramps in his leg and foot. He would finish sixth. Castroneves earns the win. Roger Penske has now won 11 Indy 500's and this is the first time in the race's history that an owner has finished with first and second place.Gil De Feran was second and Michael Andretti third. Castroneves climbed the fence at Indy as he does after a win and then enjoyed the customary drink of milk.
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Morty Buckles drove his late model stock car to a sixth place finish in the Bailey's 200 at the New River Valley Speedway last night.
As Denise Allen tells us Morty is hoping to clear the way for more African American drivers.
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(( Morty Buckles is trying to pave the trail blazed by drivers like Wendell Scott.
A regular gig in the Winston Cup Series is the goal of this African American driver.
For two generations the Miller Racing Group has recruited black drivers and sought 29 year old Buckles for his personality, desire and ability.
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DENISE ALLEN/NEWS 7 SPORTS: MORTY BUCKLES PICKED UP HIS LOVE FOR THE TRACK FROM HIS DAD.
HE SAYS HIS DAD MADE SACRIFICES TO HELPED HIM ADVANCE IN THE RACING WORLD.
BUT THE 2000 SEASON WAS DIFFICULT. BUCKLES AND THE MILLER RACING GROUP MADE THE DIFFICULT DECISION TO SIT OUT THE ENTIRE SEASON TO RAISE SPONSORSHIP MONEY.
IT WAS ALSO THE YEAR MORTY'S DAD DIED.
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Finding sponsorship money is one of the difficulties facing black drivers.
Lenny Miller says he's noticed great crossover fan support for African Americans, but convincing sponsors is another story.
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But that attitude isn't going to stop Buckles. He says determination and the support of The Miller Racing Group will help him succeed.
Denise Allen News 7 sports. ))




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The fifteenth annual Berglund festival Soccer Tournament wrapped up play today.
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The event was once again a tremendous success. The tournament committee is already thinking ahead to next year's event and how to meet the challenge of lack of numbers in the older boys divisions.
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A tough day for Atlanta. Pittsburgh won on the road for just the second time in 16 tries, beating the Braves 6-to-3.
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Jason Kendall and Keith Osik had solo homers for the Pirates, who ended a five-game losing streak. Kendall was 3-for-5 with two runs. Osik had two hits and scored twice. The loss for the Braves goes to Tom Glavine, who's now 5-and-3. now your numbers
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[WIPE TO NUMBERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!][S-Score]


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