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[TALENT=Kimberly]

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[VO-NAT]


Just ahead on News 7--
A brush fire is still burning in Poague's Mill section of Roanoke County.
It began last night as a small fire along the Blue Ridge Parkway.
We'll have a live report.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


And opposition forces in Afghanistan claim they've entered a key Taliban city.
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[TALENT=Leo]
[SS=None]


The dry weather continues to lead to brush fires across the area and the forecast has no help...I'll tell you why....
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[SS=None]


News 7 at noon is next.


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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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[WRITER=kmc]
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[VO-NAT]

The statewide burning ban continues, and THIS is why--
A FOREST fire forces several Roanoke County residents out of their homes.
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[Forest-Fire]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=12]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=01-55 2:40]
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A forest fire burned close to 100 acres in Roanoke County this morning.
The flames threatened several homes, and residents were evacuated, but there are no reports of injury or signigicant property damage.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Kimberly/Joe Microwave;]


Joe Dashiell is in the Poague's Mill area this afternoon, where the fire continues to burn.
[LIVE=Joe FULL]
[SUPER=@Joe1;]
[SUPER=05-Roanoke Co.;]


Kimberly, this fire started near the Blue Ridge Parkway... and spread quickly because of high winds and dry conditions.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Robert Turner/Resident; :14]
[SUPER=01-Rick Burch/Roanoke Co. Fire Chief; :45]
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[OUT Q=contain and extinguish it.]


((It started small, and quickly grew out of control.
About 50 firefighters were called in, and about a dozen residents encouraged to get out as the flames threatened homes in the Poague's Mill area.
[SOT 01:42:08]
[IN Q=I was requested]

((ROBERT TURNER: I WAS REQUESTED TO EVACUATE BY THE FIRE DEPARTMENT. IT APPEARED TO BE A COUPLE HUNDRED YARDS FROM MY HOUSE AT THAT TIME AND THEY HAD SEVERAL UNITES UP THERE TO START WORK ON IT.))
[RUNS= :14]
[OUT Q=to start to work on it.]


With daylight, helicopters began the aerial assault... carrying water from the command post... to the burning mountainside.
And on the ground, Roanoke County fire recruits arrived to add more muscle to the fire line.
[SOT 02:01:29]
[IN Q=Our initial concern]

((RICK BURCH/ROANOKE CO. FIRE CHIEF: OUR INITIAL CONCERN WAS TO PROTECT THOSE STRUCTURES AND AT THIS TIME ALL THOSE HAVE BEEN PROTECTED AND WE HAVE NOT LOST ANY STRUCTURES. AND NOW WE'RE GAINING ADDITIONAL RESOURCES FROM THE STATE AND SOME OF OUR FOLKS COMING IN TO WORK THIS MORNING AND WE'RE ESTABLISHING A NEW GAME PLAN NOW TO TRY TO CONTAIN IT AND EXTINGUISH IT.))
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[OUT Q=contain it and extinguish it.]))
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Officials say they don't know what caused this fire, but with the dry and windy conditions it doesn't take much to get one going.
[DOUBLE BOXES= /Microwave;]


So Kimberly, they note the burning ban is in place... and they're encouraging everyone to be careful when they discard burning cigarettes of other flammable materials.
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[Falwell]


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There are only two types of groups that can't incorporate under Virginia law... churches and criminal organizations.
The Reverend Jerry Falwell says it's time to stop treating the two the same.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


Falwell filed suit in federal court today against the city of Lynchburg and the state, hoping to change the Virginia constitution that also prohibits churches from owning more than 15 acres of land.
The laws were first created in the 17th and 18th century to keep churches from becoming too powerful.. Falwell's lawyers say they have no relevance in the 21st century.
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[SOT 18:17:47]
[IN Q=I anticipate]

((MATT STOVER/LIBERTY COUNSEL: I ANTICIPATE WE'LL HAVE WIDE-RANGING SUPPORT FROM PEOPLE FROM DIFFERENT POLITICAL AND RELIGIOUS PERSPECTIVES THAT SUPPORT THIS LAWSUIT. AND I DO ANTICIPATE, OBVIOUSLY, THAT THE STATE OF VIRGINIA WILL DEFEND THIS LAWSUIT AS THEY MUST SINCE IT IS A CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISION THAT WE'RE CHALLENGING. BUT I ALSO BELIEVE THAT THE PRECEDENT IS SO CLEAR, THAT THESE LAWS MAY NOT STAND IN THE 21ST CENTURY.))
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[OUT Q=in the 21st century.]
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[VO-NAT]


Falwell says his church is especially affected since he's building a new sanctuary on 60 acres of land near Candlers Mountain Road.
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[War-Latest]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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[WRITER=kmc]
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In Afghanistan, anti- Taliban forces say they've taken over a Taliban stronghold.
And here at home, President Bush continues his mission to boost the nation's confidence with a plan aimed at making air travel safer.
Aleen Sirgany has an update.
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[SUPER=141-Aleen Sirgany/CBS News;]
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[OUT Q=Sirgany, CBS news, Washington.]



((
(natz)


THE ROLE OF NATIONAL GUARD TROOPS AT OUR NATION'S AIRPORTS IS BEING EXPANDED. WITH THE HOLIDAY TRAVEL SEASON APPROACHING...
PRESIDENT BUSH WANTS MORE GUARDS AND HE WANTS THEM AT DEPARTURE GATES AND OTHER KEYS AREAS AROUND AIRPORTS.

(NATZ OF BUSH FROM LAST NIGHT)


LAST NIGHT, PRESIDENT BUSH REASSURED THE NATION THAT IT WILL PREVAIL IN THE WAR ON TERRORISM... AND HE TOLD AMERICANS HOW THEY CAN HELP.

SOT: BUSH

"THE ANSWER IS SIMPLE, ALL OF US CAN BECOME A SEPTEMBER 11TH VOLUNTEER BY MAKING COMMITMENTS TO SERVICE IN OUR COMMUNITIES."
TO SPUR VOLUNTEERISM...THE PRESIDENT PROMISED....

(GRAPHIC)


TO EXPAND AMERICORPS AND THE SENIORCORPS..
TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF EMERGENCY WORKERS...
AND...HE ASKED THE STATES TO CREATE CIVIL DEFENSE FORCES MODELED AFTER VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS.
WHILE THE PRESIDENT FIGHTS THE WAR ON THE HOMEFRONT....OVERSEAS OUR TROOPS CONTINUE TO DO THEIR PART.
BOMBS AND MISSILES RAINED DOWN ON TALIBAN FRONTLINE TARGETS IN SOME OF THE HEAVIEST RAIDS SINCE THE CAMPAIGN BEGAN OVER A MONTH AGO. ON THE GROUND OPPOSITION FORCES CLAIM THEYHAVE BROKEN TALIBAN DEFENSES AND ENTERED THE KEY CITY OF MAZAR-E-SHARIF.
AND U-S FORCES ARE GETTING ADDITIONAL BACKUP...FROM JAPAN. THREE NAVAL WARSHIPS ARE NOW HEADED FOR THE INDIAN OCEAN. THIS MARKS THE FIRST TIME SINCE WORLD WAR TWO THAT JAPANESE FORCES WILL SUPPORT A NATION INVOLVED IN COMBAT.

(STANDUP)


BUSH MEETS WITH MOROCCO FOREIGN MINISTER AND LATER WITH PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA AS HE CONTINUES TO SEEK INTERNATIONAL APPROVAL. ))[Tease1] [HARD MUSIC UNDER]
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Still to come on the newscast, we'll meet some local women who are dedicated to helping the victims of September 11th,
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[VO-NAT ]

and there is a happy ending today to the story about a New Jersey girl kidnapped from her front yard.
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[NJ-Kidnapping]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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[WRITER=kmc]
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A six-year-old girl in New Jersey is reportedly back home with her family after she was abducted from her front yard.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Spring Lake, NJ;]


Authorities say Anna (CAR-del-fee) Cardelfe was abducted from her home in Spring Lake, New Jersey yesterday.
But police say she was found safe and sound today at a mall about 20 miles from her home.
Prosecutors say the girl had been playing with a sibling and friends when a man drove up and enticed her into his car.
No word on any arrests.
The Cardelfe family had moved to new Jersey from New YOrk City after the World Trade Center attacks near their home in Lower Manhattan.
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[11Brethren-Women]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=01-54]
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A Roanoke County church is helping New York families hurt at ground zero.
Four area women helped many recover from the devastation of September 11th by caring for their children.
Its all part of a program called Disaster Child Care.
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[VO-NAT]


The four from the Oak Grove Church of Brethren returned last Saturday from a two week trip to New York City.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :08]


Last night, they shared their experiences with the congregation.
While in New York, they worked at the Family Assistance Center providing a safe secure place for children.
The child care is designed to allow children to express their feelings through play activities.
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[SOT 6:20:47; 6:17:06]
[IN Q=We had a painting area]

((CAROLYN BROYLES: WE HAD A PAINTING AREA THAT SOMETIMES THE CHILDREN COULD NOT TALK ABOUT IT BUT THEY COULD DRAW AND EXPRESS THEIR FRUSTRATIONS OF WHAT HAD HAPPENED TO HIM.)) ((KARIN MUSSELMAN: ALL THE PEOPLE THAT WERE COMING THROUGH TO GET SERVICES WHETHER IT WOULD BE FINANCIAL OR EVEN APPLYING FOR DEATH CERTIFICATES OR LEGAL ADVICE AND ANY SERVICES THAT WERE PROVIDED. THOSE FAMILES COULD BRING THOSE CHILDREN TO US AND WE TOOK INFANTS UP TO AGE 18.))
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[VO-NAT]


Since the September 11th attacks, the Family Assistance center has helped more than 800 children in New York City.
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[ANCHOR=Kim]
[SS=HOLD]


Disaster Child Care is a national program that the Church of the Brethren started more than twenty years ago.
The church in Roanoke County has several women trained to go at a moment's notice to any disaster where assistance is needed.

[Christmas-Trees]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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[WRITER=kmc]
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It's not Thanksgiving yet, but already the Christmas Tree harvest has begun--
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Corvallis, OR;]


Oregon is the nation's largest producer of Christmas trees.
Six weeks of back- breaking labor begins at the end of October right on through November to cut, bale, and ship trees all over the country.
Fresh-cut trees can weigh up to 150- pounds each. Tree farms in this area of Oregon will produce over a million trees this year alone...
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Coming up next, Leo will have our detailed weekend forecast,
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[VO-NAT ]

and then a little later, we will tell you about a musician who has left the Nashville stage to come to Roanoke to teach bluegrass music.
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[11Reenlistemnt]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=rca]
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Local members of the military are re-enlisting in large numbers.
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[SUPER=143-Christiansburg; :]

In Christiansburg, recruiters are seeing a jump in the number of prior servicemen who want to serve their country for a second time. Sergeant John Drawbond says re-enlistees are coming to them. According to Drawbond, in a month's time, five-more than usual signed up.
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((JOHN DRAWBOND/RECRUITMENT STATION COMMANDER; A LOT OF THEM WOULD JUST LIKE TO COME BACK THEY MISS THE ARMY LIFE BUT CURRENTLY DUE TO RECENT EVENTS IT SEEMS TO REALLY ENHANCE THAT INTEREST PRIOR SERVICE WANTING TO COME BACK AND TAKE PART IN WHAT'S GOING ON.))
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[OUT Q=take part in what's going on.]
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[VO-NAT]

The increase is significant because on average the office ships out just 10 people a month. But the sergeant says the number of younger people signing up is not higher than normal.
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[Hollywood-Terrorism]


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[WRITER=kmc]
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This weekend Hollywood executives will meet with White House officials to see what, if ANY role the entertainment industry can play in the war on terrorism.
Last night, the stars were out for a Hollywood opening, the new home for the Academy Awards.
Jerry Bowen reports.
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[SUPER=141-William Shatner/Actor; :09]
[SUPER=141-Jerry Bowen/CBS News; :18]
[SUPER=141-Jack Valenti/Motion Picture Association of America; :34]
[SUPER=141-Bryce Zabel/Television Academy President; 1:04]
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[SUPER=144-"True Lies"- 20th Century Fox; 1:25]
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(STARS AT HOLLYWOOD OPENING)
(SUPER: Hollywood, CA)

NARR: THE STARS WERE OUT LAST NIGHT FOR A HOLLYWOOD OPENING...THE NEW HOME FOR THE OSCARS...BUT THE QUESTIONS WERE ABOUT THE WAR ON TERRORISM....AND WHAT HOLLYWOOD CAN DO TO HELP:

(SUPER: William Shatner/Actor)
SOT: Shatner "We need entertainment to tell us how good a country this

is, how great a country this is, how noble a country this is."

(SUPER; Jerry Bowen/CBS News)
(BOWEN ON CAM BRIDGE)

THE QUESTION OF WHAT HOLLYWOOD MAY DO IS NOT AN IDLE ONE. THIS WEEKEND THE POWER ELITE IN THIS TOWN WILL MEET WITH BUSH ADMINISTRATION ADVISORS TO DISCUSS SPECIFICS. A MEETING THAT'S BEING DESCRIBED AS SIMILAR TO THE EFFORT THAT FOLLOWED THE ATTACK ON PEARL HARBOR. THIS TIME THE CHALLENGE IS DIFFERENT:

(SUPER: Jack Valenti/Motion Picture Assn of America)
SOT: (JACK VALENTI/MPAA)

"IT'S A DIFFICULT AND DIFFERENT TYPE OF WAR AND I THINK HOLLYWOOD IS NEEDED TO HELP IN ANY WAY WE CAN TO MAKE CLEAR WHAT OUR MANDATE IS. THAT THIS IS A FREE AND LOVING LAND AND THAT WE ARE NOT AT WAR WITH ANOTHER RELIGION."

(SUPER: "This Is The Army"/ Memory Lane Video)
(WORLD WAR TWO PICS)

NARR: UNLIKE THE FILMS HOLLYWOOD TURNED OUT IN WORLD WAR TWO THAT WERE AIMED AT BOOSTING MORALE AT HOME, THE EFFORT THIS TIME MAY BE AIMED MORE AT A FOREIGN AUDIENCE....THE MUSLIM WORLD WHICH MISTRUSTS OR MISUNDERSTANDS WHAT THE U.S. HOPES TO ACHIEVE:

(SUPER: Bryce Zabel/ Television Academy President)
SOT: (BRYCE ZABEL/TELEVISION ACADEMY PRES)

"You might see a Julia Roberts speaking Farsi, if she can be trained to speak Farsi, or taught Farsi.//I mean, I don't know. Maybe they'll be dropping videotapes on Pakistan one of these days. I'm not sure where this will take us."

(SUPER;"The Siege"/20th Century Fox)

NARR: AND HOW RECEPTIVE WILL THE FOREIGN AUDIENCE BE TO HOLLYWOOD'S EFFORT....

(SUPER: "True Lies"/20th Century Fox)

THE INDUSTRY THAT HAS DEMONIZED ARABS AS THE BAD GUYS IN FILM AFTER FILM:

(SUPER: Dean Boyd/Univ of Southern California)
SOT: (DEAN BOYD/USC)

"THERE IS A STRONG POTENTIAL IF THIS IS NOT DONE CORRECTLY THE ANIMOSITY TOWARD THE U.S. COULD INCREASE IF THE HOLLYWOOD PRODUCT IS NOT DONE APPROPRIATELY."

(MORE OF STARS AT OPENING)

NARR: SO HOLLYWOOD IS ABOUT TO ENLIST IN THIS FIRST WAR OF THE 21ST CENTURY....VOLUNTEERING FOR A MISSION YET TO BE DEFINED. FOR THE EARLY SHOW, JERRY BOWEN CBS NEWS LOS ANGELES ))[Weather] [NOON WEATHER] [11/9/2001] [TWO SHOT]
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[Stocks]


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Wall Street is narrowly mixed, having strayed very little from opening levels today.
The DOW was UP Two points. NASDAQ has gained one point.
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[SPORTS MUSIC UNDER]
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]

Still to come ..
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it was media day yesterday for the ODAC men and women .. as teams prepare for their journey to the final four.
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[S-Hoops]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-102 1:49:25]
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The N-C-Double-A Division 3 men's basketball semifinals and championship don't begin until March.
But as Steve Mason says, the road to the final four began yesterday for the ODAC men and women, as they held media day.
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[IN Q=first audio]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]
[SUPER=01-Page Moir/Roanoke Men's Head Coach; :11]
[SUPER=@Steve1; :18]
[SUPER=01-Tony Shaver/Hampden-Sydney Head Coach; :39]
[SUPER=04-2001 ODAC Women's Tournament; :59]
[SUPER=01-Susan Dunagan/Roanoke Women's Head Coach; 1:04]
[SUPER=01-Barb Bausch/Guilford Women's Head Coach; 1:15(QUICK)]
[RUNS=1:29]
[OUT Q=news 7 sports"]
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(( Roanoke sent a jolt of electricity through the ODAC when former division I Virginia Tech full scholarship standout Kenny Harrell signed on, one of two transfers playing for the Maroons. ((:)) ((:)) ((:)) Randolph Macon is picked second, Emory and Henry seventh, Lynchburg eighth and Washington and Lee 10th.
On the women's side, the Roanoke team renewed it's annual tradition of toilet papering head coach Susan Dunagan's car on media day. Her Maroons are picked second behind 2001 tournament champion Guilford. ((:)) ((:)) Lynchburg is picked sixth, W & L eighth and Hollins 10th. The ODAC women's tournament begins February 21st while the Men tip it off February 16th at the Salem Civic Center. Steve Mason News 7 sports.))

[S-Soccer]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-105 1:48:29]
[GRAPHIC=Roanoke College]

The N-C-Double-A Division 3 South Region soccer tournament is this Saturday. And the Roanoke college men's soccer team will play Wilmington in the second round.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


Roanoke got a bye in the first round. The Maroons captured the ODAC tournament title to receive an automatic bid.
The secret to their success can be found in a pre season soccer trip
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Scott Allison/Roanoke Men's Head Soccer Coach; :00]
[RUNS=:15]
[OUT Q=... this year"]
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[VO-NAT]


Roanoke is 17 and 2 coming in and did not play Wilmington this season.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Ryan Flugrad/Maroons Midfielder; :00]
[SUPER=01-Darren Eversole/Maroons Defender; :14]
[RUNS=26]
[OUT Q=......beat the team"]



[11Bluegrass-Thile]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=01-53 TC24:54]
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Chris Thile (THEEL-ee) played to a national television audience on Wednesday night.
Last night, he was in Roanoke sharing his technique with other mandolin players.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Nashville, TN/Country Music Association - CBS]


A member of the popular group Nickel Creek, (Thee-lee) Thile performed at the Country Music Association Awards Show, broadcast Wednesday night from Nashville.
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[NAT SOT OF PERFORMANCE TAPE #1 20:38:03]
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[RUNS=:12]
[OUT Q=MUSIC]
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[VO-NAT]


Last night, he sat down with mandolin players who are taking part in the Roanoke Bluegrass Weekend at the Hotel Roanoke.
He says that one of his goals is to see that the mandolin, and folk culture are taken seriously.
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[SOT 42:07]
[IN Q=It's not ever meant]

((IT'S NOT EVER MEANT TO BE A MUSIC WHERE EVERY ASPECT IS TURNED OVER AND EXAMINED AND PUT UNDER THE MICROSCOPE, BUT THAT DOESN'T MAKE IT ANY LESS OF AN ART FORM. IT DOESN'T MAKE IT ANY LESS STUDIABLE.))
[SUPER=01-Chris Thile/Bluegrass Musician;]
[RUNS=:18]
[OUT Q=doesn't make it any less studiable.]
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[VO-NAT]


Thile is back on the road after last night's visit to the Hotel Roanoke, but other leading bluegrass musicians taking part in the workshops will perform during a public concert tomorrow night at 7:30.
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