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Coming up on NEWS 7 at six.
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Remembering the contributions of their war heroes... A local community comes together to honor their veterans with a memorial.
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And, with the Democratic primary just around the corner it was a busy day on the campaign trail.

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In sports, Colorado wins Hockey's Stanley Cup the Winston Cup Drivers were in Michigan this afternoon.
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And Gustavo Kuerten is the Men's singles champion at the French Open.
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Rain has dissappeared from the forecast, at least for the time being, what we do have is lots of sunshine and it's getting hot! The work week forecast is next. [Video-Open]
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((JIMMY GRAHAM: I THINK IT'S LONG PAST DUE AND I'M PROUD.))
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Two communities in Montgomery County team up to honor the sacrifices of their war heroes.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.


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On the heels of the D-Day dedication in Bedford, the Toms Creek and Sunnyside communities are honoring their veterans with a memorial.
Kate Weidaw has the story.
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((The narrow road leading into Toms Creek takes you to a quiet community with fewer than 3-hundred people. Close to a fourth of the population are veterans.

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((ARCHIE MONTGOMERY: WE FOUND WE HAD IN THE MIDDLE 50 VETERANS FOR WORLD WAR TWO AND WE THOUGHT THAT WAS KIND OF UNIQUE.))
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While Montgomery researched the community's large veteran population he found there were nearly a dozen veterans from the Korean and Vietnam wars. Vietnam Veteran Jimmy Graham remembers his family telling stories about World War two.

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((JIMMY GRAHAM: WHEN I GREW UP THEY WERE MY HEROES, MY FATHER, MY UNCLES, MY NEIGHBORS THEY WERE THE HEROES AND SET THE EXAMPLE FOR ME.))
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So the idea for a monument came along. A plot of land was donated next to the old one-room school house which now is the community church. To raise money Nina Montgomery mailed letters to residents about the monument, held bake sales, and placed collection jars in nearby stores.

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((NINA MONTGOMERY: THE RESPONSE HAS BEEN REALLY OVERWHELMING I THINK.))
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Nearly 8-thousand dollars has been raised to pay for the 10-thousand dollar monument. World War two veteran Ralph Long's health is keeping him visiting Bedford's D-Day memorial, but he says this is just as grand.

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((RALPH LONG: I THINK IT WILL BE WONDERFUL WHILE WE'RE ALL LIVING I'D LIKE TO SEE IT BEFORE I GO.))
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Within the next few months the community hopes to have the monument in place so the veterans who are left can enjoy what will be known as Veterans Memorial Park. It will be a place honoring veterans from every war, in a small community so far, unrecognized for its sacrifice. Kate Weidaw News7 Montgomery County.))

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A Southside democrat is making a last minute push in his bid for the Attorney General chair.
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While campaigning in Danville today, Delegate Whitt Clement urged a handful of followers to get out and vote in Tuesday's Democratic primary. Clement says support from Southside voters is critical in his run for Attorney General. Turnout for the primary is expected to be very low.
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Senator John Edwards is also seeking the Democratic nomination and spent the day campaigning in Northern Virginia.
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Two other candidates are also running. They Sylvia Clute and Don McEachin.


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An accident on Interstate 81 tied up traffic for a short time this morning.
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An S-U-V in the northbound lanes went off the road and flipped near the 137 exit in Salem around 9 a-m. State Police closed one lane of the interstate while the accident was cleaned up. No word on any injuries.
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An accident near Clifton Forge has claimed the life of a 23- year old Botetourt County man. State police say Jammie Curt Fridley was driving east on Interstate 64 late Friday night when his car went off the side of the road. Authorities say Fridley and his passenger were both ejected from the car.


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Some of our feathered friends flew in to the Roanoke Civic Center today.
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The Southwest Virginia Bird Club held its annual Bird Fair. Hundreds of birds put their best wing forward to find a new home. And, buyers had a variety of fowl from which to choose.
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((WE BREED FINCHES AND SELL THEM. WE'VE GOT ABOUT 13 DIFFERENT VARIETIES, WE ALSO HAVE HAND TAMED PARAKEETS, AND A LITTLE HAND TAMED PARALETTE.))
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The organization promotes the well being of birds and contributes to cancer research. And, a panel of bird-lovers was on hand to help buyers pick the best bird to be their pet.
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Coming up on News 7, The Hotel Roanoke was recently added to the prestigious list of Historic Hotels of America...
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But the Grand Old Lady has been making her mark on history for more than a century. More on that in just a minute, but first, let's check in with Jacey in the Weather Center.
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The Hotel Roanoke has a new feather in her cap. The hotel was recently added to the famed list of Historic Hotels of America. Keith Humphry takes a look back at the Grand Old Lady in this week's Virginia Newsreel.
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[ariel shot- 01-06 tc 43:19] ((Built in 1882 by the Norfolk and Western Railway - the Hotel Roanoke has a history all its own. With a Tudor- Queen Anne style and elegance - the hotel became the city's first architectural landmark. [A-5 tc 26:14] By the 1900's the hotel was buzzing. More than just a classic hotel for overnight guests, it began housing events - such as the scholarship- based Miss Virginia Pageant in 1954. [A-14 tc 41:46] A few years later - state Republicans chose the Star City landmark over the State Capitol for their convention. While special EVENTS were certainly an attraction, the Hotel also led the pack in technology. [89-85 TC @25:45] It had one of the first air conditioning systems in the WORLD in the 1940's. Steam for the furnace and water for the air conditioner were piped in from the Norfolk Southern shops. But the system had a different purpose than what we think of today. [89-85 TC 26:03]
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((IT WAS NEVER MEANT TO COOL, IT WAS MEANT TO HELP PEOPLE WHO HAD ALLERGIES)) [89-85 tc @25:55] The air conditioning system was never updated, and it - among other things was more than outdated when The Hotel closed its doors behind the last patron in 1989. But a lot of people didn't want to give up on the Hotel. [89-85 tc 30:51]
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((MAY SHE SLEEP WELL AND MAY SHE WAKEN WITH ALL THE CHARM OF TODAY TO FACE A BRIGHT AND PROSPEROUS 21ST CENTURY)) [99-13 tc 39:12] And waken she did - on April 3, 1994 - as vibrant as ever with even more to offer. The 45-million-dollar face lift [95-17 tc 57:35] included a new ballroom, elegant decor and one of the largest conference centers between Richmond and Atlanta. Former hotel guests were not disappointed when the newly-renovated old hotel was unveiled. [95-17 tc 57:43]
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((DICK HERCHENRIDER: THIS IS THE BEST OF THE OLD AND ADDING THE NEW. THE COMBINATION LOOKS VERY USEFUL. VERY PLEASING TO THE EYE AND DOSEN'T OFFEND PEOPLE WHO REMEMBER THE OLD HOTEL THE WAY IT WAS IN THE GOOD OLD DAYS.)) [95-17 tc 57:55]
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((MICHELLE PRICE: ACTUALLY IN ONE OF THE ROOMS WE WENT IN THEY TALKED ABOUT THE NEW TECHNOLOGY. IT REALLY KIND OF BROADENS YOUR HORIZONS TO HEAR THEM TALK ABUT THEY'RE GOING TO HAVE NEW UPDATED COMPUTERS AND STUFF LIKE THAT.)) The Hotel Roanoke has strived to remain in the vanguard of technology. In 1996 the information highway cruised into the hotel with some state-of-the-art innovations. It hosted an open house where computers were directly linked to the Internet with no modems and no dialing. [96-33 TC 35:53]
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((Andrew Cohill-Virginia Tech: THERE ISN'T ANOTHER COMPUTER LAB IN THE COUNTRY WITH FULL-TIME INTERNET CONNECTIONS AND THE DUAL WINDOWS AND MACINTOSH CAPABILITIES THAT WE HAVE HERE.)) But it's more than technology, grandeur and a colorful past that keeps the Hotel Roanoke popular in the minds of many of its patrons. [99-13 tc 39:12] Four years ago - 110 after it was built - the Hotel Roanoke was added to the National Register of Historic Places - and has now earned another honor - being added to the list of Historic Hotels of America. That's Virginia Newsreel, I'm Keith Humphry.))
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Still to come on News 7, Roy Stanley will join us with highlights from the day in sports...
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and as hundreds of high school students collect their diplomas this month, a Giles County teenager is making graduation history for his school.
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Bedford made history last week with the dedication of the National D-Day Memorial.
And the event brought several comments from News-7 viewers.
Here's assignment editor Joe McKean, with Feedback.
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((An estimated 20-thousand people came from all over the country to attend the ceremonies commemorating the June, 1944 landings in Normandy.
The comments on our coverage came from many different places, too.
From Hardy: (James F. Swasey) "Thank you for your excellent and professional coverage of the dedication in Bedford of the National D-day Memorial. Your camera crews consistently outshot the competition and your anchors were informative yet not intrusive."
From Christiansburg: (Christine Olsen) "During the...ceremony I switched back and forth between the 3 local channels. Your coverage was by far the best. Thanks for a job well done."
From Salem: (Bob and Jill Hurt) "We tuned in to the D-Day Memorial program today and were very moved by it. Keith Humphry and Shannon Young did a great job together. They make a good news team and we appreciate their dedication throughout the presentation."
And even from South Carolina: (Heidi Dowdy Pendergrass) "I grew up in Roanoke. My mother grew up in Bedford during World War II. She now lives in Blacksburg. We were not able to attend the D-Day Memorial festivities in Bedford. The only way I could observe the activities was through your web site. I truly appreciate the opportunity to be there via your web site."
And finally, from Rocky Mount, Virginia (Debbie Ferguson) "I have been following all the coverage and reports leading up to the dedication...I have never had a stronger sense of patriotism than I have had over the last week. Through your coverage and interviews I gained a better understanding of how much our freedom means, that young men were willing to risk life and limb to protect my freedom, so many years ago. I am sorry that your live coverage on Tuesday got rained out...However, how many times does Robin Reed get to be a part of the weather as he is reporting it?"
Letters to News-7 should be sent to PO Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
Our fax number is 343-7269.
E-mail address, news@wdbj7.com.
And our web site contains an on-line forum.
Joe McKean, News-7.))


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It's a first for Narrows High school. In the school's 40- year history... no one has graduated two years ahead of schedule. Until now.
New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel Cannon has more from Giles County.
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(([Nats library] As a student at Narrows High School, Eric Atkins says he did more (nats "socializing") in the library than studying. That was until the Governor's School, which he attended in addition regular classes, every morning for two years.
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For the most part, academics, especially math and science, have come naturally for the 16-year-old Salutatorian, who in order to graduate early skipped fifth grade and junior year.
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((TERRY ARGOBAST/ASST. PRINCIPAL; IT'S THE FIRST TIME IN NARROWS HIGH SCHOOL HISTORY THAT A PERSON GRADUATES TWO YEARS EARLY, WERE PROUD OF HIM FOR THAT FEAT.))
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((MY PARENTS HAVE BEEN VERY SUPPORTIVE AND THEY ARE VERY LIBERAL WHEN IT COMES TO LETTING ME DO WHAT I WANT WITH MY EDUCATION.))
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In the Fall Atkins will study business at the University of Illinois, a far cry from halls of Narrows High, where he says he knows everyone by name.
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But a needed one says the senior, who says he will not make his age a topic of conversation.
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((I HOPE TO GET MY MASTER'S IN BUSINESS AND THEN I WANT TO MOVE ON AND ULTIMATELY CREATE MY OWN BUSINESS AND BECOME CEO OF THAT.))
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What's after that? Atkins say early retirement. Rachel Cannon, News 7, Narrows.))


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And coming up in sports, A repeat champion in the men's singles final at the French open the Colorado Avalanche is the Stanley Cup Champion
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And Jeff Gordon holds off Ricky Rudd to win the Kmart 400 at Michigan.
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Jeff Gordon makes it 2 in a row as he holds off Ricky Rudd to win the Kmart 400 at the Michigan International Raceway giving car owner Rick Hendrick his 100-th career win.
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A bad luck day for Todd Bodine after running into Rusty Wallace earlier in the race he cuts a tire and hits the wall bringing out the caution on lap 39.
Jeff Gordon would set the tone of the race he blows by Dale Earnhardt Junior to go back to the lead on the restart.
Shawna Robinson, making her first appearance in a Winston Cup Race, was running 40-th with 142 laps to go.
But Gordon would cover the field leading at the half wayy mark with Sterling Marlin running a strong second.
Earnhardt Junior, who was off and on all day, blew an engine and was out of the race with 27 laps to go.
The caution would fly 2 more times before forcing a 4 lap shootout. Gordon gets the jump on the restart and holds off a charge by Ricky Rudd to win the Kmart 400 at Michigan
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Sterling Marlin was third, Jeremy Mayfield fourth and Ryan Newman fifth.



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Gustavo Kuerten made it back to back French Open titles today beating Alex Corretja in four sets.
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Kuerten had trouble adjusting to the blustery conditions in the first set he won the second set after taking a tie breaker.
Kuerten would win the match, 6-7, 7-5, 6-2, 6-Love. He had 10 aces and converted nine of 17 break points while winning the match in three hours and 12 minutes.
Kuerten also becomes the sixth male to win at least three singles titles at Roland Garros.
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Over at Salem Stadium today, The Avalanche would wrap up a four game weekend set with Winston-Salem.
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We pick it up in the first Robert Muro hits a shot off the left field wall scoring a run and the Warthogs led the game 2 to nothing.
In the the third, Salem's Dan Phillips is hit by Bryan West. Phillips and catcher Jonathan Acevas exchange words and Avalanche manager Dave Collins is thrown out of the game.
This time Phillips hits a shot back to the mound West can not handle it a run scores to make it 2 to 1 in the fifth.
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Matt Holiday gives the Avalanche the lead when he smokes this pitch over the left field wall to make it 3 to 2 and Salem wins it 5 to 4 in 10.
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Lets go to Cleveland where the Indians hosted the Cincinnati Reds in an Interleague game.
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The Reds scored 5 in the first.
Then in the second Shawn Casey hits this single to right field scoring Alex Ochoa to make the score 8 to nothing Cincinnati.
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The Indians prevented the shutout when Ed Taubanese takes this pitch deep over the right field wall for a solo homer but Cincinnati wins it 9 to 3.
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This weekend turned out to be a special one for Northwest Roanoke as the area was the site for the Hurt Park Cross Over three on three basketball tournament.
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This is the first year of the event at Hurt Park and the tourney was hosted by Act's II ministry, legends Sporting Goods and Coca-Cola.
10 teams entered the event and one of the team's included former Fleming star Jermaine Hardy, who will compete for a defensive back spot for the Uva football team this coming season.
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The tournament is about basketball but the message is Christian. Act's two director Todd Meyer gave a brief sermon at the event's half way point.
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By the way, the Broncs Zoo team won the tournament and gets a 100 dollar gifts certificate to Legends.


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The Colorado Avalanche are the Stanley Cup champions after beating New Jersey last night in game 7 3 to 1.
Now, The win ends 22 seasons of frustration for 40 year old Ray Bourque.
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