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Coming up on News 7-
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Dick Cheney receives a pacemaker... an update on the Vice President's prognosis. The latest on the search for a missing postal worker. Guitarists around the world mourn the loss of one of their own. And, who will be crowned the next Miss Virginia?
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

News 7 is next.



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[VO-NAT]

Police continue to search for clues in the disappearance of a local postal worker.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[Missing-Woman]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=kwe]
[TAPE#=01-24 - 52:18]
[GRAPHIC=News 7 at 11]

Authorities believe 44 year old Jennifer Barker of Salem may be with an acquaintance. Police are hoping to talk with the man and have also discovered a new piece of evidence. Kate Weidaw has the details.
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((Roanoke City Police are looking for fingerprints and hair fibers from Jennifer Barker in this van. Authorities say her acquaintance Dewy Lee Summerlin took the van for a test drive Wednesday and didn't return it until Thursday afternoon. Officials say sometime between six and seven Thursday morning Barker parked her Honda Accord on Fifth Street behind the Main Post office. Authorities say they found a warm cup of coffee on her mail truck. Barker had only been missing 90 minutes before an acquaintance called police saying it was unlike her to not show up for work. And with no trace of Barker since Thursday police are calling her disappearance suspicious. Kate Weidaw News7 Roanoke.))
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Roanoke Police believe Summerlin is in the area and officials say they just want to talk to him.
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[TAKE CRIMELINE FS IN PINNACLE] If you have any information about where Jennifer Barker may be you can call Crime Line at 344-8500.
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[Clifton-Forge]


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[WRITER=rle]
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The City of Clifton Forge has less than an hour of existence...
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[VO-NAT]
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Some employees spent the day packing up their desks on the last official business day of the city yesterday.
At midnight the city will revert to town status, and become part of Alleghany County.
While some city employees did lose their jobs because of reversion, the Mayor of Clifton Forge says nearly everybody landed on their feet.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Our social services...]

((DUSTY RHODES/CLIFTON FORGE MAYOR; OUR SOCIAL SERVICES ONCE THEY CONSOLIDATE WITH THE COUNTY, THEY ARE LOOKING AT HIRING MORE PEOPLE. SO I THINK INSTEAD OF A LOSS OF JOBS, THERE HAS BEEN A NET GAIN IN JOBS OVERALL.))
[SUPER=01-Dusty Rhodes/Clifton Forge Mayor]
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[OUT Q=in jobs overall.]
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[VO-NAT]

Clfton Forge is holding a reception for its residents on Monday to commemorate the newly attained town status...
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[Cheney]


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A cardiologist says Dick Cheney's prognosis is good. Today-- the Vice President left a Washington D-C hospital with a new pacemaker in his chest. Teri Okita reports.
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[SUPER=01-Dr. Alan Wasserman/Cheney's Doctor]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Jonathan Reiner/Cheney's Doctor]
[SUPER=01-Teri Okita/Reporting]
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[Miss-Virginia]


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Say hello to the new Miss Virginia. She received her crown just minutes ago.
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21 year old Meghan Shanley was one of 26 women hoping to take the title tonight.
She came to the pageant as Miss Hampton Holly Days Festival. She is a graduate of Old Dominion University with a degree in communications. She will represent our state in the Miss America pageant in Atlantic City in September.
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You can meet the new Miss Virginia on News 7 Sunday Morning. That's tomorrow, starting at 8 AM.

[Greenway]


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Some local officials hit the Roanoke River to check out the course of a proposed recreation path.
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The excursion is designed to increase support for the area as a greenway.
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(( BOB GOODLATTE: WE NEED MORE GREENWAYS IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY AND THE POTENTIAL TO HAVE ONE THAT RUNS FROM GREEN HILL PARK ON THE WEST SIDE OF SALEM THROUGH THE CITY OF ROANOKE AND MAYBE ALL THE WAY TO EXPLORE PARK MAYBE WOULD BE A TREMENDOUS ASSET FOR THIS AREA.)) ((LIZ BELCHER/GREENWAYS COORDINATOR: I APPRECIATE...SUPPORT OF LOCAL OFFICIALS.))
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Liz Belcher is the Roanoke Valley Greenway Coordinator. She says greenways provide recreation for people of all ages and also bring economic benefits to those areas which have them.
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[Quakers-Pkg]


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19-hundred quakers from around the country were sceduled to arrive in the New River Valley today. The faith based fellowship is holding its annual Gathering of Friends at Virginia Tech. Rachel Cannon reports.
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[SUPER=01-Katie Perch/Conference Volunteer; :16]
[SUPER=01-Bruce Birchard/Conference Secretary; :35]
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((Nats [phone] For 17-year-old Katie Perch the Gathering of Friends is a chance to reunite with other young people who share her faith. She says it's her own version of summer camp.
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((KATIE PERCH/CONFERENCE VOLUNTEER; IT'S REALLY ONLY HERE THAT WE ALL COME TOGETHER SO IT'S REALLY A BIG THING SEEING EVERYONE GET HERE TOMORROW AND YOUR SEEING ALL YOUR FRIENDS YOU HAVEN'T SEEN ALL YEAR IT'S REALLY EXCITING.))
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[Nats pamphlets] Organizers have setup shop at Tech's Student Center. There is much work to be done before participants of all ages..from all parts of the country arrive.
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((BRUCE BRICHARD/CONFERENCE SECRETARY; HAVING A CHANCE TO COME TOGETHER IN AND THE RICHNESS THAT COMES FROM THAT KIND OF SHARING OF FELLOWSHIP IT'S VERY IMPORTANT ESPECIALLY FOR A COMMUNITY THAT IS SO SMALL AND DISPERSED. ))
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A packed schedule includes workshops, singing and worship and opportunities to explore the New River Valley. [Nats :41:17:12 "Just you name it we have it" walking in hall]
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((RACHEL CANNON/NEW 7; A BOOKSTORE IS ONE THING AT THE WEEK LONG CONFERENCE THAT IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC BUT ORGANIZERS SAY PEOPLE ARE ALSO WELCOME TO HEAR EVENING SPEAKERS AND VIEW AN ART GALLERY.))
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Those who attend may walk away with better understanding of Quaker beliefs. It's a fellowship that members feel is often mis-understood.
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((I'D REALLY LIKE PEOPLE TO KNOW WERE A VERY OPEN RELIGIOUS BODY. ))
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((I'VE HAD PEOPLE COME UP TO ME AND GO YOU MEAN QUAKERS ARE STILL ALIVE AND IT'S JUST A BIG SHOCK TO THEM ))
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Katie, alive and well and an outstanding example of a modern day Quaker. Rachel Cannon, News 7, Blacksburg.))[Tease1]
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Coming up, a host of new Virginia laws will soon be on the books, including those that affect how teens drive...
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and NASA's latest rocket launch should help learn about the orgin of the universe, by peering deep into outer space. Stay with us, there's more to come on News 7.
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[Colorado-Bus]


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A bus carrying high school students overturns in Colorado today injuring some 35- people.
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Police say the bus was carrying high school students and adults from Minnesota to a ranch in Buena Vista.

It overturned about 45 miles southwest of Denver. No one was killed but police say five of the injuries were serious. There's still no word on what caused the accident.
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[Holiday-Traffic]


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More people are hitting the road to travel for the Fourth of July.
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State Police expect traffic to continue increasing prior to the fourth of July and the day after.
Troopers are taking some extra precautions to ensure safety this week.
More police will be on the highway to enforce the speed limit.
Police say they aren't expecting any major backups, and if everyone obeys the laws they will get where they are going safely and on time.
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(( SGT. DAN JESSEE/ STATE POLICE: WE ASK THAT EVERYONE BUCKLE UP AND THAT IF ALL THE DRIVERS WILL OBEY THE POSTED SPEED LIMIT. DRIVE SAFELY AND COURTEOUSLY TOWARDS THE OTHER DRIVERS AND IF THEIR GOING TO DRINK, BY ALL MEANS LET SOMEONE ELSE DRIVE.))
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[VO-NAT]


State Police expect traffic to be heavy until next Saturday as people are returning home from vacation.
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[Teen-Driving]


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[WRITER=kwe]
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Tomorrow's a big day across Virginia. 800- new laws passed by the General Assembly will go into effect.
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[VO-NAT]
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One that has teenagers and parents talking is the driving bill. As of July first teens will have to wait six extra months to receive a learners permit and driver's license. Teens will now have to be 15 and a half for a permit and 16 and a half for a license. Drivers under 17 will only be allowed one passenger under 18 unless the passenger is a family member. And a new curfew has been set for drivers under the age of 18, no driving between midnight and 4 a-m unless you're going to or from work or school. We'll have reaction from teens on the new rules tomorrow on News7 at 6.
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[Cat Show]


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A traveling cat tour pawed its' way into Salem today.
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The Purina Cat Chow Way of Life Tour was at the Salem Fair today.
The tour is partnering with the Humane Society to help find loving homes for cats.
They brought 16 cats today -- and they are all up for adoption.
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[IN Q=People can come in]

((Libby Ottiger/ Purina Cat Chow Mentor: People can come in, they can sit down and adopt a cat. They can learn about behavior right here, they can go over to the interactive area and go on the website and see what kind of health needs their kittens have for their first year of life.))
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The tour is a unique traveling community of resources.
Free training demonstrations and mentors are available to give advice on how to care for your cats needs.
The way of life tour will be back at the fair tomorrow until 6 o-clock.
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Coming up on News 7, Nashville is mourning the loss of one of country music's pioneers...
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[VO-NAT]

and Shannon Young will tell us about a cool spot to take a hike on these hot summer days... Stay with us, there's more to come on News 7 at 11.
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[Atkins]


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The world has lost perhaps its most influential guitarist.
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[SUPER=@File;]

Chet Atkins, who style inspired a generation of rock musicians, died in Nashville today. Atkins was best known for his easygoing country style of playing. He recorded more than 75 albums of guitar instrumentals and sold more than 75- million albums. Atkins had been battling cancer. He was 77- years old.
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[NASA]


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A NASA spacecraft is on its way to search for more clues about the beginning of the universe.
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((THREE, TWO, ONE AND LIFTOFF.... PAST AND FUTURE OF OUR UNIVERSE.))
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[OUT Q=of our universe.]
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The 95 million-dollar MAP observatory will study the oldest light in the universe -- which astronomers believe was created within moments of the "Big Bang.'' Astronomers expect this picture of the infant universe to answer their most basic questions, such as: How old is the universe? What is it made of and how is it shaped? And perhaps most important, what is its fate?
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[Roaring-Run]


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Summer is here, and it's always a good time to go for a nice hike... But if the summer heat can get to be a bit much, you might want to consider a shorter hike that will reward you in the end. In this week's Time Off Shannon Young takes us to Roaring Run.
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((When warm weather drives you to this picturesque spot in Botetourt County you might be startled to find the first feature you run across is called "The Furnace". But the landmark does little more than throw shadows these days.
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[IN Q=The furnace was built in...]

((The furnace was built in the 1830's and went to about 1859. This made a crude type of pig iron.))
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Workers used the Roaring Run creek to float the iron to the James River. Today, the creek serves fishermen in search of trout and provides a sometimes noisy backdrop for picnickers and hikers.
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[IN Q=Roaring Run is very loud.]

((Roaring Run is very loud. A day or two after a heavy rain if you're up in this canyon you can hardly hear each other talk if you're standing next to somebody.)) [RUNS :10]
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Which means you won't feel guilty about walking single file on the short trail to the upper and lower falls.
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[IN Q=it's about six-tenths of a mile...]

((It's about six-tenths of a mile but it's not for your averge hiker. It's for somebody who can deal with exposed rocks and brush.)) [RUNS :08]
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((The trail is short but rocky so wear good hiking shoes. Bring bug spray to ward off the gnats. And don't forget your camera.)) [RUNS :06]
[OUT Q=And don't forget your camera.]

Because once you arrive at your destination you might not want to leave.
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[IN Q=We have a falls here that's really popular...]

((We have a falls here that's about 30-35 feet that's really popular with the local people. In fact, we've had several weddings up here in this spot.)) [RUNS :08]
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[IN Q=It's still a very popular place...]

((It's still a very popular place, a very pretty place. It's remote which saves it from a whole lot of traffic but, the people who know that it's here will keep coming back.)) [RUNS :08]
[OUT Q=people who know that it's here will keep coming back.]

And not just to beat the heat. Shannon Young, News 7, Botetourt County.))


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40 thousand fans paid about half of what they shell out for a Winston Cup race to watch open wheel IRL drivers compete at the Richmond International raceway last night.
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The SunTrust Indy Challenge featured 20 drivers, but only 10 would finish. The three-quarter mile track is the shortest IRL races. Jock Lazier brings out the first of nine cautions when he spins and hits the wall.
Sarah Fisher, who crashed earlier in the week, is gonna crash between turns three and four when she gets loose and finds the wall. She was done.
Airton Dare, last year's rookie of the year, is also a looser, he and Felipe Giafone draw the seventh caution on lap 185 of 250.
Front runners Eddie Cheever and Eliseo Salazar alos get together and their night is over 214 laps into the race, 37 remaining.
Buddy Lazier benifits from the leaders crash and wins his second straight, beating Sam Hornish for the victory.

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The hometown boy won last night in the Craftsman Truck Series GNC Live Well 200 at the Milwaukee Mile in race number 11th of 24.
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Who would have guessed that at the start of this race that Jack Sprague would dominate, but he did. Sprague lead the first 170 laps of the race.
But the seventh and final caution brought out a restart and on lap 171 in turn 2, Ted Musgrave, from near by Franklin, Wisconsin, would pass Sprague in the Mopar Dodge. Musgrave would not give up the lead again and wins the GNC Live Well 200. Sprague was second.

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WWF star Bob "Hard Core" Holly traded in the ring for the track this weekend. Mike Stevens has more from New River Valley Speedway.
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Hard Core Holly raced in tonight's 100 lap Late Model feature race at New River and would finish out of the top ten. Phillip Morris won the race.

[S-Cats]


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The Avalanche and Hillcats wrapped up their three game series last night.
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A great night for youngsters to take in the game. Salem first baseman Garrett Atkins nails the pitch, sending the rock to deep center. That scores a run and Atkins has a triple.
[SUPER=37-Lynchburg/9/Salem/7;]Hillcast answer. Derek Mann connects on a shot to right field, the ball bounces on the

warning track, two runs are gonna score, including a clsoe call at the plate.
Then, B.J. Barneswith the hit to center that plates two more, 7-5 Salem after two, but Lynchburg sweeps the Avs with a 9-7 win.
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[S-Yankees]


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Nice day for a white wedding...as the Yankees took on Tampa Bay. The Devil Rays mounted a 4-nothing lead. In the top of the third, Russ Johnson connects on a double to deep left and that plates two runs. 3-nothing Rays.
But the Yankees Bernie Williams would answer in a big way. In the sixth, he crushes his 12th homer of the season, a two run shot to make it 4-2.
[SUPER=32-New York/5/Tampa Bay/4;]Then Tino Martinez follows suit with a blast to right, a double decker solo shot an

d it is 4-3.
That sets the stage for Bernie, who, nails another two run homer, from the other side of the plate, the seventh time he's done that, Yanks win 5-4.
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[S-NFL]


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[VO-NAT wipe to #eng!!!!]
[SUPER=03-Amsterdam, Netherlands; :00]

And we go overseas now to the N-F-L. Berlin tops Barcelona 24-17 for it's first NFL Europe World League title. Jonathan Quinn tossed three TD passes on his way to game MVP status. His strikes came on tosses of 46, 17 and 53 yards on his w
ay to stock piling [SUPER=34-Berlin/24/Barcelona/17;]308 yards threw the air.


But the win was NOT secured until 1:03 left in the game when Barcelona quarterback Jarius Jackson's pass at the Berlin six yard line on fourth down is batted down.
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[S-Seniors]


[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-97]
[GRAPHIC=PGA]

Phil Mickleson's lowest round ever, a 9 under 61, puts him in the lead of the Greater Hartford Open after two rounds.
[GRAPHIC=LPGA]

Christie Kerr and Lorie Kane are tied for the lead after two rounds of the LPGA's Shoprite Classic.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Peabody, MA/NBC; :00]

At the U.S. Senior Open, Larry Nelson, makes this nice putt for birdie on the par four 4th. Co- leader Isao Aoki (ih-SAH'-oh ah-OH'- kee) misses badly from the rough. Third round play was suspended because of heavy rain, and will resume today.
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[Profile-Preview]


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[WRITER=mjo]
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He's a master cabinetmaker... but Jake Cress just wants you to laugh at his work.
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[VO-NAT :26]
[SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.;]


The 56-year-old Fincastle man is internationally known for what he calls "Funny Furniture."
His pieces poke fun at traditional furniture...
"Hickory Dickory Clock" is a working grandfather clock with its pendulum swinging to smash a mouse running up its face.
"Oops!" is a chair with one leg reaching out to grab a ball that's escaped its clutches.
Cress' work is on book covers and in museums, but he scoffs at being called an "artist."
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[SOT 15:03:22 - :33]
[IN Q=A lot of ]

((JAKE CRESS: A LOT OF CABINETMAKERS CALL THEMSELVES ARTISTS AND THEY'RE NOT, THEY'RE JUST CABINETMAKERS LIKE ME AND THEY TAKE THEMSELVES TOO SERIOUSLY. AND I WANTED TO PUT SOME FUN IN THERE. ))
[SUPER=01-Jake Cress/Master Cabinetmaker;]
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[OUT Q=fun in there.]
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Get to know Jake Cress and his work tomorrow morning in this week's Virginia Profile.
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