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[TALENT=Kimberly]

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[VO-NAT]


Blacksburg's main post office is closed for the day after the discovery of a suspicious substance.
We'll check in live with our New River Valley bureau in just a few minutes.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


And anti- Taliban forces are zeroing in on the group's last stronghold in Afghanistan.
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Clouds are thickening up across the area and showers will follow late tonight....I'll have your forecast....
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[SS=None]


News 7 at noon is next.

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[Anthrax-Scare]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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A Blacksburg post office is being shut down for the day and sanitized. A suspicious substance was discovered early this morning and officials say more of the same was found just over an hour ago....
[DOUBLE BOXES= /Microwave;]

New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel Cannon joins us from Blacksburg with the latest information. Rachel?
[LIVE= /FULL]
[SUPER=@Rachel1;]
[SUPER=05-Blacksburg;]

Kim, the orginial substance was found on a mail sorting machine at the University City Boulevard post office just after 4 a-m. Officials describe it as being beige and granular. We just got word from a town spokesman that more of the same substance was found at around 10:30 and that the State Hazmat team has been called in.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]

An employee first noticed it during routine sorting procedure. There were about 5-employees working in the post office and a call was immediately put in to Blacksburg police and fire. Officials say as a precaution, the location will remain closed for the day and that an independent contractor will come in to sanitize the building.
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[SOT 32:30:24]
[IN Q=WE HAVE NO REASON]

((HEATHER BROWNING/TOWN OF BLACKSBURG SPOKESMAN; WE HAVE NO REASON TO BELIEVE THAT IT IS ANYTHING THAT WOULD BE DANGEROUS BUT JUST TO TAKE PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF OUR COMMUNITY WE HAVE CALLED IN OUR POLICE DEPARTMENT IT HAS BEEN SENT OUT FOR TESTING AND WERE JUST TRYING TO MAKE SURE THAT EVERYONE IS AT EASE AND THAT THE COMMUNITY FEELS SAFE AND HOPEFULLY IT WILL BE NOTHING.))
[SUPER=01-Heather Browning/Town of Blacksburg Spokeswoman;]
[RUNS=:18]
[OUT Q=HOPEFULLY IT WILL BE NOTHING.]
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[VO-NAT]

Testing is being conducted by a forensic lab in Richmond. Browning says they hope to have preliminary results by this evening but that it could be at least two to three days before they're 100-percent sure what the substance.
[LIVE= /FULL]
[SUPER=05-Blacksburg;]

Now orginally officials said mail delivery wouldn't be affected very much...
[DOUBLE BOXES= /Microwave;]

But Kim, since finding more of the granular substance they say NO mail will delivered from the University City location today....Kim?


[War-Update]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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There are reports that the Taliban's last stronghold in southern Afghanistan is under attack by anti- Taliban forces.
Aleen Sirgany has more on these new developments.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=143-Kandahar, Afghanistan;]
[SUPER=143-Near Mazar-e-Sharif;]
[SUPER=141-Aleen Sirgany/CBS News;]
[RUNS=:00]
[OUT Q=Sirgany, CBS News, Washington.]

((

HUNDREDS OF MARINES BUILDING A BASE JUST OUTSIDE OF KANDAHAR... HAVE RECEIVED HEAVY EQUIPMENT TO HELP ENFORCE THEIR POSITION. C-17 CARGO PLANES HAVE FLOWN IN STEAMROLLERS AND ROAD GRADERS . THIS AS TALIBAN FORCES IN THE REGION FIGHT ON..DEFENDING THEIR LAST SOUTHERN STRONGHOLD.

TO THE NORTH, NEAR MAZAR-E-SHARIF, AS SPECIAL FORCES CLEAR A PATH FOR HUMANITARIAN AID, A SENIOR U.S OFFICIAL CONFIRMS A MAN BELIEVED TO BE A TOP AL-QAIDA OPERATIVE HAS BEEN CAPTURED AND IS BEING QUESTIONED. HE'S THE SON OF ABDEL RAHMAN.. AN EGYPTIAN SHEIK CONVICTED IN 1995 ... OF CONSPIRING TO BLOW UP THE WORLD TRADE CENTER.
WITH THE FUTURE GOVERNMENT OF AFGHANISTAN UNCERTAIN, IN BONN GERMANY, U.N SPONSORED TALKS ARE MAKING PROGRESS.
THE NORTHERN ALLIANCE AND THE FORMER AFGHAN KINGS DELEGATION ARE CALLING FOR AN INTERIM COUNCIL TO RUN AFGHANISTAN FOR NOW. AND IN WHAT IS CONSIDERED A REAL BREAKTHROUGH THE ALLIANCE SAYS IT WILL NOT OPPOSE AN INTERNATIONAL SECURITY FORCE DURING THE TRANSITION.

(SOT/representative )(font to follow)

Security is of upmost importance.to start with.

(STANDUP)

HERE IN WASHINGTON, ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN ASHCROFT HAS ANNOUNCED A NEW PROGRAM IN THE WAR AGAINST TERRORISM IN WHICH FEDERAL OFFICIALS WILL HELP FOREIGN VISITORS BECOME CITIZENS IF THEY COME FORWARD WITH INFORMATION ABOUT TERRORIST SUSPECTS.

))[Westvaco]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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Workers at Westvaco have rejected a new six year contract.
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Union officials had encouraged the thousand hourly workers to reject the company's offer.
They say the contract didn't address their concerns over random drug tests, increased wages, and benefits for retirees. Contract talks ended last week, and union officials say there is no work stoppage planned, but they haven't ruled it out. A spokesperson for Westvaco said the company felt it offered a fair contract proposal.
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A heavy winter storm brings snow and ice to the southern plains-- leading to the deaths of 13 motorists in Texas and Oklahoma.
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In Oklahoma, the National Weather Service reports as much as eight inches fell on some parts of the state.
Many schools were closed yesterday, non- essential state employees were told to go home.
And traffic slowed to a crawl in the Oklahoma City area, as bridges became slippery.
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[TN-Flooding]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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In Tennessee, it's not snow, but heavy rain that's causing problems there--
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Floodwaters near Memphis led to the evacuations of nearly 400 residents who live along the Mississippi River.
Heavy rains since last weekend have saturated the ground, and have left water up to six feet deep in several homes.
But so far, no injuries have been reported.
Forecasters say there is no relief in sight for the next couple of days.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


The state's Medicaid shortfall could get worse as the federal government says it wants more than 60 MILLION dollars back. We will have the details after the break.
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[VO-NAT ]


and we will tell you why the latest mission of the space shuttle Endeavor had to be scrubbed this morning.
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[Shuttle-Launch]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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It's all systems NO- go for NASA's scheduled launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour.
Tonight's launch has been canceled, but is re-scheduled for tomorrow.
As Drew Levinson tells us, it'll be a mission with the tightest security in NASA history
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Kennedy Space Center, FL;]
[SUPER=01-Col. Samuel Dick/U. S. Air Force;]
[SUPER=01-Dominic Gorie/Shuttle Endeavour Commander;]
[SUPER=01-Bob Beach/Shuttle Observer;]
[SUPER=01-Drew Levinson/CBS News;]
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[OUT Q=Levinson, CBS news, Kennedy Space Center.]

((
ENDEAVOUR WILL SIT ON THE LAUNCH PAD AT LEAST ANOTHER DAY...WHILE NASA ENGINEERS FIGURE OUT HOW TO FIX A PROBLEM UP IN SPACE. NASA SCRUBBED THE MISSION AFTER IT DETERMINED A RUSSIAN SUPPLY SHIP MAY NOT BE PROPERLY LATCHED TO THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION. ENGINEEERS FEAR THE VIBRATION FROM THE SHUTTLE COULD CAUSE THE SUPPLY SHIP TO WOBBLE AND DAMAGE THE ORBITING COMPLEX.
MEANWHILE... SECURITY HERE AT THE KENNEDY SPACE CENTER HAS BEEN RAISED TO UNPRECEDENTED LEVELS...BOTH ON THE GROUND AND IN THE AIR.

SOT: COL. SAMUEL DICK/U.S. AIR FORCE

"THE THREAT IS TERRORISM AND WE WANT TO ENSURE THE SAFE AND SECURE ACCESS TO SPACE IS GUARANTEED, SO WE'VE PROVIDED SOME ASSETS."
WITH A TEMPORARY 30 MILE NO-FLY ZONE IN EFFECT...SOPHISTICATED RADAR AND POWERFUL ANTI-CRAFT GUNS ARE READY TO -DETECT AND DESTROY- ANYTHING THAT MIGHT POSE A THREAT TO SPACE SHUTTLE ENDEAVOUR. IT'S SEVEN PERSON CREW IS PROTECTED BY ARMED GUARDS AND THEIR SCHEDULE IS BEING KEPT SECRET FOR THE FIRST TIME.

SOT: DOMINIC GORIE/COMMANDER,SHUTTLE ENDEAVOUR

"WE CAN'T TALK ABOUT SPECIFICS, BUT WE ARE VERY PLEASED ABOUT WHAT'S BEEN DONE."
ENDEAVOUR'S 11 DAY MISSION WILL DELIVER A NEW CREW TO THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION. BUT WITH THIS BEING THE FIRST WARTIME SHUTTLE LAUNCH IN HISTORY... THE FOCUS -THIS TIME AROUND- IS ON SECURITY AND PATRIOTISM.

SOT: BOB BEACH/SHUTTLE WATCHER

"WE CAN SHOW WE ARE CONTINUING, WE'VE NOT STOPPED, WE ARE NOT YIELDING TO THIS KIND OF TERRORISM."
IN A PATRIOTIC GESTURE THE CREW IS TO CARRY THOUSANDS OF POSTCARD-SIZE U-S FLAGS IN TRIBUTE TO THE VICTIMS OF SEPTEMBER 11TH...THEY'LL BE GIVEN TO THE VICTIM'S FAMILY MEMBERS UPON RETURN.
STANDUP TO COME: (WHEN LAUNCH EXPECTED TO TAKE PLACE..DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, KENNEDY SPACE CENTER) ))

[Teen-Pregnancy]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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A report says the teen birth rate in the U-S has dropped--
But it adds that America is still behind other Western countries when it comes to reducing teen pregnancies.
The study attributes the success of other countries to teaching young people more about birth control and allowing them greater access to it.
It also says other Western nations, including Britain and Canada, provide more incentives for teens to delay childbearing.
Researchers acknowledge the birth rate among U-S teens dropped to a record low last year.
But they say the U-S still has a long way to go.



[Mother-Goose]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=rca]
[TAPE#=01-50 TC1:07:32]
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Some parents in the New River Valley will need to find a new day care provider after one local facility suddenly closed. Mother Goose Childcare Center notified its clients Saturday they could not drop their children off on Monday.
Rachel Cannon has more.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Nats HOW LONG ]
[SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Erin Keister/Day Care Client; :15]
[SUPER=@Rachel1; :57]
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[OUT Q=RC, News 7 Montgomery County.]

((2:33:39 "HOW LONG DAY CARE TAKEN CARE OF"
Working mom Erin Keister counted on Mother Goose Childcare Center to watch her one-year old son Christopher Chase. A nurse at Montgomery Regional, she says the facility is was nearby and professional.
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[SOT 2:28:54]
[IN Q=he's been going]

((ERIN KEISTER/DAY CARE CLIENT; HE HAS GONE THERE SINCE HE WAS THREE MONTHS OLD AND I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN THRILLED ABSOLUTELY THRILLED WITH HIS CARE.))
[OUT Q=WITH HIS CARE.]

Care that's no longer available. Keister says a phone message on Saturday gave her the news of the sudden closing.
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[SOT 2:28:04]
[IN Q=very shocked]

((ERIN KEISTER/DAY CARE CLIENT; VERY SHOCKED, VERY, IT WAS I WAS JUST LIKE OH MY GOSH AND THEN YOU THINK WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO I HAVE TO WORK MONDAY MORNING WHAT AM I GOING TO DO WITH HIM.))
[OUT Q=WITH HIM.]

Many parents faced the same problem. Keister estimates over 1-hundred children were affected.
The owners of Mother Goose didn't return several calls from News 7, but they did talk to Keister.
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[SOT 2:29:30]
[IN Q=i asked her ]

((I ASKED HER WHAT'S GOING ON YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENED WHAT'S GOING ON AND I WAS TOLD IT WAS A MONEY PROBLEM THAT THEY RAN OUT OF MONEY.))
[OUT Q=out of money.]
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[SOT]
[IN Q=KEISTER IMMEDIATELY ]

((RACHEL CANNON/RCANNON@WDBJ7.COM; KEISTER IMMEDIATELY STARTED TO LOOK AT OTHER DAY CARES, BUT NO LUCK YET: THEY'RE ALL FULL. SHE SAYS MOTHER GOOSE PROMISED HER A REFUND OF MONEY SHE PREPAID. FOR NOW, SHE'S WAITING FOR IT TO ARRIVE, AND LEAVING HER SON WITH RELATIVES. RACHEL CANNON, NEWS 7. MONTGOMERY COUNTY.))
[OUT Q=RC, NEWS 7, MONTGOMERY COUNTY.]))



[Medicaid]


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Federal regulators say Virginia must repay 62 MILLION dollars in Medicaid money by early next year.
The money helped pay the bills of indigent patients at hospitals in Richmond and Charlottesville.
Published reports say the federal government told the state that it went over a two-year limit on claims under a program for hospitals that care for a large number of uninsured patients.
The Gilmore administration said yesterday it will appeal.
There's already an estimated 173 MILLION-dollar shortfall in the state Medicaid budget this year.


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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Some high speed internet customers may find themselves without service soon. We will have the details.
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[VO-NAT ]

Also we will have an update on September 11th's other Ground Zero.
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[Cox-Cable]


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A Federal Bankruptcy Court Judge may pull the plug as early as tomorrow on Internet Access provider "At Home."
If that happens, four million customers could lose their Internet access by tomorrow at midnight.
Cox Communications is the local cable distributor for At Home.
Cox said this morning it's in the process of building its own high-speed service network, but it won't be complete until next year.
Cox is hoping the judge will allow a transition period, so it will have time to finish the network.
Customers should know this afternoon what steps to take, in case At Home goes off-line.

[Pentagon]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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Workers at the Pentagon are ahead of schedule in rebuilding the parts of the structure damaged in the September 11th attack.
The federal government hopes to have it completely rebuilt by the spring of 2003.
But as Jim Acosta tells us, it may take longer for some scars to heal.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Washington, DC/September 11; :04]
[SUPER=01-Jim Acosta/CBS News; :28]
[SUPER=01-Charles Lewis/Pentagon Attack Survivor; :45]
[SUPER=01-Brett Eaton/Pentagon Renovation Program; 1:03]
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[OUT Q=CBS NEWS, The Pentagon.]

((THE PENTAGON HAS COME A LONG WAY SINCE SEPTEMBER 11TH.

(Sept. 11th nats)


SO HAVE THE SURVIVORS, THE PENTAGON EMPLOYEES IN THEIR OFFICES WHEN AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT 77 MADE A DIRECT HIT.

SOT: Petty Officer Charles Lewis, Pentagon Attack Survivor

The room had collapsed on top of me.(BUTT TO: 33:15) From that point on it was like being inside a box."

(nats of Sept. 11th smoke)


WITH TWO FEET OF SPACE AROUND HIM NAVY PETTY OFFICER CHARLES LEWIS CRAWLED THROUGH THE SMOKE AND WRECKAGE TO FREEDOM.

(nats of Sept 11th wreckage, dissolve)


STAND-UP: Jim Acosta Reporting. Pieces of Flight 77 were found on this service road that runs through the belly of the Pentagon after crashing through 400,000 square feet of office space and leaving an area of destruction the size of one-half of the U.S. Capitol.

(walking shot)


AFTER WEEKS OF PHYISCAL THERAPY LEWIS BACK HURTS ALMOST AS MUCH AS THE MEMORIES.


SOT: Lewis:

Me personally I dont think Im ready to see it.

(nats)


BUT RISING FROM THE ASHES -- THE PENTAGONS VERSION OF GROUND ZERO IS BECOMING A SIGHT TO SEE.

(nat sot)


IN TWO MONTHS AND EIGHT DAYS -- WORKERS FINISHED TEARING DOWN THE REMNANTS OF THE ATTACK AND STARTED POURING CONCRETE --
CONSTRUCTING THESE NEW SUPPORT COLUMNS.

SOT: Brett Eaton, Pentagon Renovation Program.

Really what we want to show is that while the Pentagon was wounded, it will be fully operational very soon."
THE MISSION.. REBUILD AND MOVE WORKERS BACK INTO THEIR OFFICES BY 9-11 NEXT YEAR.

SOT: Q&A

Q: WITH STRENTGH AND SOME SOUL SEARCHING...

(nats walking and talking)

Q&A" I do. My thing now is finding that reason.
THE PENTAGON AND IT'S PEOPLE ARE WALKING THE ROAD TO RECOVERY TOGETHER. JA CBS NEWS THE PENTAGON))
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[Stocks]


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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP 40 points. The NASDAQ is up 27 points.

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(x=up y=down)[tease3]

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Coming up in sports.... PENN State is ONE step away from making it to the bowl-- Could this weekend's game against the Wahoos be their ticket?....
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[VO-NAT ]


AND the UVA and Michigan State Big 10 challenge "slipped" away from them yesterday .....
We'll have details right after the break - in sports.
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[S-UVA]


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A slippery finish to the Virginia-- Michigan State Big 10 challenge in Richmond yesterday evening.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond/ESPN2; :]


Moisture on the floor from the hockey rink made it slick throughout the game.
And when Virginia's Travis Watson went down hard early in the second half, with the Cavaliers leading 31 to 28, the referees decided to suspend the game.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="When.....]
[SUPER=01-Tom Izzo/Michigan St. Head Coach; :00]
[SUPER=01-Pete Gillen/Virginia Head Coach; :14]
[RUNS=:19]
[OUT Q=....right decision."]



[ANCHOR=Kim]
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No word yet, but the game could be picked up at a later date.


[S-Groh]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=noon]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-108 (28:59)]
[GRAPHIC=UVA/Penn State]

PENN state is just ONE victory short from being bowl eligible, as it gears up for the battle against the Wahoos this weekend.
"Joe Pa" has won 5 of his last six games, and gotten the attention of Virginia's Al Groh.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="I Think...]
[SUPER=01-Al Groh/Virginia Head Coach; :]
[RUNS=:14]
[OUT Q=.....this year."]



[ANCHOR=Kim]
[GRAPHIC=Hold Logo]


The Wahoos and Nittany Lions kick it off Saturday at noon at Scott Stadium.


[S-Eagles]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=noon]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=sp-109 3128TC]
[GRAPHIC=HIDDEN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL]

The new Hidden Valley high school in Roanoke County gained a basketball coach yesterday, but LOST an athletic director.... Mike Stevens explains.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=FIRST AUDIO]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Yesterday Afternoon; :00]
[SUPER=@mike2; ;08]
[SUPER=01-Billy Hicks/Remains Cave Spring Basketball Coach; :22]
[SUPER=01-Chris Morris/Named Hidden Valley Head Coach; :53]
[SUPER=01-David Blevins/Hidden Valley High School Principal; 1:26]
[RUNS=1:46]
[OUT Q=...news 7 sports."]
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(( There were hugs throughout the Cave Spring high school gymnasium as head coach Billy Hicks told his players for the first time that he had decided to stay in coaching. Hicks had planned to exit the roundball arena after this season and move directly into athletic administration. He recently had a change of heart. ((BILLY HICKS:)) While Hicks is staying put at Cave Spring, his top assistant and jayvee coach Chris Morris will move over to the new Hidden Valley high to teach english and basketball as the varsity head coach starting next year. ((CHRIS MORRIS:)) ((DAVE BLEVINS:)) Hicks and Morris believe their strong relationship will help ease the transition to the new school next season. ((CHRIS MORRIS:)) ((DAVE BLEVINS:)) Roanoke County will advertise the job by week's end. Mike Stevens News 7 Sports.))
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