[1-News-Head]

[ANCHOR=Shannon]

The case of a missing teen has police cruising the information superhighway.
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And, a nudist camp for kids rubs the state's attorney general the wrong way.
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[Sports-Head]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight in the sports. No upsets today at Wimbledon. Some unique items for Roy's auction.

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And Coach K - finally offers up some opinions on the ACC expansion - afterall - his basketball team occassionally makes some headlines for the ACC.
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[WX-Head]
[ANCHOR=Robin]
[SS=None]


Temperatures will be comfortable tonight, but will climb to near record levels tomorrow. Details next.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon 3-Shot]


News 7 is next.
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[IN Q=anytime she went]

((ANYTIME SHE WENT ANYWHERE, SHE WOULD CALL ME LIKE BY THE NEXT MORNING SHE'S READY TO COME HOME. SHE'S ALWAYS ANXIOUS TO GET HOME 22))
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[OUT Q=to get home]
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[VO-NAT]

But she didn't returned home. The search for a missing Pulaski County girl continues.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Good evening, I'm Shannon Young.
Keith is off tonight.

[Missing-Girl]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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16-year-old Tara Sheets was reported missing Sunday morning, after she took her dog for a walk. The dog came back, but Tara didn't.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Myranda & Shannon/Microwave;]

New River Valley Bureau Chief Myranda Stephens today spoke with Tara's grandmother. Shannon, Mary Sheets says she heard Tara leave the house around one that morning,
[LIVE=Myranda/FULL]
[SUPER=@Myranda1;]
[SUPER=05-Blacksburg;]

after being awakened by the family dog. The next thing she knew she heard a car stop in front of the house and when she went out to look for Tara she was gone. ((ROLLCUE:...))
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[IN Q=so i jumped out]
[SUPER=01-Mary Sheets/Tara's Grandmother; :00]
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[SUPER=01-Jim Davis/Pulaski County Sheriff; :46]
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[RUNS07] ((SO I JUMPED OUT OF MY BED AND I RAN IN HERE AND I MEAN I RAN. AND I GOT HERE AND I LOOKED OUT THERE AND I DIDN'T SEE HER, 53)) Sheets called police and reported Tara missing. She says even though her granddaughter was living with in her words, two old people, she doesn't believe Tara ran away.

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[RUNS08] ((I DON'T THINK SHE MEANT TO GO. I CAN'T SEE A GIRL GOING OUT THE DOOR AND PLANNING TO STAY A LONG TIME AND NOT EVEN TAKE A TOOTHBRUSH. I CAN'T SEE THAT 27)) And neither can authorities.
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[RUNS04] ((SHE MAY HAVE RUN AWAY BUT AT THIS TIME WE HAVE NO EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT THAT 52)) The Pulaski County Sheriff's office is treating Tara's disappearance as an abduction. Investigators say Tara spent a lot of time talking to people through Internet chat rooms, and believe there may be a connection.
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[RUNS08] ((WE'VE ACTUALLY SEIZED HER COMPUTER. IT'S IN RICHMOND NOW AS WE SPEAK WITH STATE POLICE COMPUTER LAB. RETRIEVING DIFFERENT THINGS FROM THE HARD DRIVE 607)) The last missing child case Davis handled was of another 16-year-old girl also named Tara. Tara Munsey was found dead after she went missing in January of 2000. Davis says his hope is that THIS Tara has just runaway and will return home safely. Her family is hoping for the same thing.
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[RUNS06] ((WHEREVER SHE IS BY NOW, I KNOW SHE'S READY TO COME HOME IF SHE CAN, I THINK SHE IS 5930))))
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[WIPE TO FS PINNACLE] [MYRANDA' S MIC HOT] If you have any information that could help investigators, you are asked to call the Pulaski County Sheriff's department Crimeline at 540-980-7810.
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Authorities say a majority of the investigation is being conducted through the Internet.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Myranda & Shannon/Microwave;]

They say they're hoping to find anyone out there who may know something...Shannon?

[311-Accident]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Police have filed criminal charges against a Salem man involved in an accident that killed his sister.
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[VO-NAT]


19-year old David Lee Hunter is being held at the Roanoke County Jail on the charge of aggrevated involuntary manslaughter.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./June 12]


Twelve days ago, Hunter was traveling northbound on Route 3-11 near Mason's Cove when he hit a pickup truck driving in the same direction.
The accident took the life of Hunter's sister, 23-year old Tiffany Christina Allen, who was riding in Hunter's car.
Investigators say alcohol may have been involved.
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[Lake-Water]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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[WRITER=syo]
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The owner of a Smith Mountain Lake campground says the water around his property *is* safe to swim in.
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[SUPER=03-Franklin Co./Sunday;]


Last week, the health department issued a water quality advisory for the Crazy Horse Campground and Marina.
Officials said heavy rainfall washed too much bacteria into the area and that visitors should avoid the water. But the marina's owner says tests conducted yesterday by a private company and found *below-normal* levels of bacteria. A spokesman with the Health Department says differing levels of bacteria are to be expected and that the results won't change the agency's advisory.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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The Franklin County Health Department tests six locations at Smith Mountain Lake every Monday. This week's results are due tomorrow or Thursday.

[Pipeline]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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[WRITER=mmu]
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Opponents of Duke Energy's natural gas pipeline sent a message to Governor Warner today in the form of postcards.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond]


Close to nine-hundred postcards were delivered to the State Capitol.
Each one asks the governor to step in and stop the pipeline construction and proposed power plant in Wythe County.

[SUPER=03-Wytheville/May 30]


Pipeline opponents say both projects threaten the environment.
But state officials say, at this point, the pipeline is a "done deal."
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((LYNN CALDWELL/NAT COMM FOR THE NEW RIVER: WE WOULD LOVE TO SEE SOME INTERVENTION TO STOP BOTH OF THESE. WE FEEL LIKE THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL PART OF THE STATE. THE NEW RIVER IS A GORGEOUS ANCIENT RIVER AND DOESN'T NEED TO BE PART OF AN INDUSTRIAL ZONE.)) ((TAYLOE MURPHY/SECRETARY OF NATURAL RESOURCES: WE DO NOT HAVE THE AUTHORITY AT THE STATE LEVEL TO SAY WE THINK YOU MADE THE WRONG DECISION.))
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[VO-NAT]


The 94-mile pipeline is expected to pass through Carroll, Wythe, Patrick and Henry counties.
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[Tease#1]
[ANCHOR=Shannon]
[SS=NONE]


Some bowlers in The Hill City say they should be spared an amusement tax.
Still ahead on News 7, find out if council will strike the proposal.
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[VO-NAT]


Plus see how one Southside company is spinning a yarn of success in the declining textile industry.
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[Nylstar]


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The future of the American textile market is in Ridgeway. While many plants are closing up shop, Nylstar (Nill-star) is a state-of the-art producer of nylon fibers. [***NYLSTAR GRAPHIC IN MONITOR***]
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Business Reporter Rachel Cannon got an inside look, Rachel? Shannon, Nylstar uses some of the most modern machinery in the world to make the nylon fibers that are the beginnings of clothing.
[LIVE= Rachel /FULL BAM]
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The facility is a joint venture of French and Italian companies that wanted to expand into the North American market.

The plant opened in 2001 and has been growing ever since.
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[IN Q=]
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[SUPER=01-Basil "Sonny" Walker/NylstarPresident; :20]
[SUPER=01-Tim Guillams/Nylstar Dir. of Human Resources; :59]
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(( ((NATS)) The Nylstar plant in Henry County is one of a kind.
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((BASIL "SONNY" WALKER/PRESIDENT, NYLSTAR; WHAT WE'RE IS WE ARE GROWING AS OTHERS ARE DECLINING IN THIS MARKET ))
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The company has beaten a declining textile market by making something different. They use high-tech machinery to create specialty fibers.
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[IN Q=WHAT WE'VE]

((BASIL "SONNY" WALKER/PRESIDENT, NYLSTAR; WHAT WE'RE TRYING TO DO IS MAKE THAT ALLOW OUR CUSTOMERS TO HAVE SOMETHING THAT IS DIFFERENT MAKE SOMETHING DIFFERENT.))
[OUT Q=SOMETHING DIFFERENT.]

The fibers made here are turned into micro-fiber apparel by garment makers. Some items turn out to be soft and matte, others are resistant to odor and sweat. ((NATS)) This is the only U-S location to make these types of fibers. Nylstar employees 250 people and is growing.
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((WERE' ARE BECOMING THE EMPLOYER OF CHOICE HERE IN TOWN. ))
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They also employ robotics like this one nicknamed Charlie. The introduction of such modern equipment is new to Henry County, but it's what keeps this plant competitive.
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((TIM GUILLAMS/DIR. OF HUMAN RESOURCES, NYLSTAR; IT CREATES A SAFE WORK ENVIRONMENT OF THE EMPLOYEES AND IT ALLOWS US TO COMPETE GLOBALLY.))
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[LIVE= Rachel /FULL BAM]

Nylstar (Nill-star) is a relatively small player in the nylon market. But they're growing rapidly. Shannon,
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officials are looking for growth of about 30-percent this year and as that happens they will be hiring.


[County-Super]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Roanoke County Supervisors are moving forward with plans for a new public safety building.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]


At their meeting today, Supervisors voted to proceed with Phase two of project development and accept a proposal from contractor Northrop-Grumman.
Since the plan has been approved, other companies now have 45 days to produce competing proposals.
Vinton Supervisor Mike Altizer says nothing is set in stone and that today's vote only puts the county one step closer to its ultimate goal.
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((MIKE ALTIZER/VINTON DISTRICT SUPERVISOR: THIS IS A MECHANISM THAT WE HAVE TO TRIGGER TO START A PROCESS TO DEFINE AND PROBABLY REDEFINE AND REDEFINE WHAT WE NEED AND WHAT WE CAN CUT OUT AND WHAT WE CAN DO.))
[SUPER=01-Mike Altizer/Vinton District Supervisor]
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[OUT Q=what we can do.]
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[VO-NAT]


The county's current public safety building is a converted school that was built in the 1930s as a New Deal public-works project.
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[FAMIS]


[ANCHOR=Shanno]
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Many Virginia children are receiving health insurance with the help of a state medical program, but more could still be helped. The Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan, or FAMIS, provides benefits to children 18 and younger.
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[VO-NAT]

Officials say Virginia enrollment in FAMIS is up 35% since September. The state says 80% of eligible children are now covered by it or Medicaid. Still, 80-thousand eligible children in Virginia remain uninsured. For more information on the program, call toll-free 866-87-FAMIS
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[TAKE WDBJ7 Web Page FS] or for a direct link to its web site, go to our home page at wdbj7-dot-com and click web sites in the news.
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[Roanoke-Fire]


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Fire damaged a home in southwest Roanoke this afternoon.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


It started in the kitchen of the house in the 800 block of Rorer Avenue.
Smoke and flames were coming from the back of the building when firefiighters arrived.
They had it under control in a few minutes.
Officials put damage at about 30-thousand dollars.
No one was hurt.
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[Stocks]


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Stocks settled for a mixed close on the eve of the Federal Reserve's decision on interest rates. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The DOW gained 37 points.
NASDAQ lost five.
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[Nudist-camp]


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A nudist camp for kids is raising the eyebrows of the state's top attorney.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond]


A spokeswoman for Attorney General Jerry Kilgore says he is concerned about the safety of the 11 to 18 year olds attending a nudist camp this week in southeastern Virginia.
But camp organizers told News-Seven last week that their young campers are adequately protected.
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((CARRIE CANTRELL/KILGORE'S SPOKESWOMAN: OBVIOUSLY WE ARE CONCERNED WHEN THERE IS THIS TYPE OF ACTIVITY AMONG CHILDREN. IT OPENS THEM UP PERHAPS TO CRIMINAL ACTIVITY BY PEDOPHILES. THAT'S OUR CONCERN THERE.)) ((BOB ROCHE/MANAGER OF NUDIST PARK: WE HAVE VERY GOOD SECURITY. OF COURSE WE HAVE GOOD BACKGROUND CHECKS ON EVERYBODY TO MAKE SURE THAT EVERYONE IS ON THE UP-AND-UP THAT DOES WANT TO HELP WITH US. ))
[SUPER=01-Carrie Cantrell/Attorney General's Spokeswoman; :00]
[SUPER=01-Bob Roche/Nudist Park Manager; :09]
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[VO-NAT]


Kilgore's office says there is no law against nudity on private property.
But that officials will be keeping an eye on the camp.
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[B'burg-Sewer]


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A sewer issue is stirring up residents in Blacksburg.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]

Dozens turned out today for a public hearing on plans to improve the town's sewer system. The system is now nearing capacity. Officials say they could upgrade it, build a new system to include service in the Tom's Creek area, or add more treatment sites. However, many residents say they're concerned about what the improvements will do to the environment. The town will decide July 8th.
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[Citizens-Academy]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Lynchburg residents can get a better idea of how to fight City Hall, by first learning how City Hall operates.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


City council today approved the idea of forming a citizens academy.. a program that will offer hands-on experience in a variety of city departments.
The program will be open to forty Lynchburg residents starting this September.
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[IN Q=What we're wanting]

((JOANN MARTIN/COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING: WHAT WE'RE WANTING TO DO IS HAVE LYNCHBURG RESIDENTS THAT HAVE A VESTED INTEREST IN THIS COMMUNITY AND THAT WILL BE HERE IN THE LONG HAUL TO PARTICIPATE AND VOLUNTEER TO SERVE THEIR COMMUNITY.))


[SUPER=01-JoAnn Martin/Communications & Marketing Director; :00]
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[OUT Q=to serve their community.]
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Lynchburg's police department has operated a similar academy for the past six years.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
[SS=None]


Council today also refused to lift the amusement tax on city bowlers.. some had complained the expense was causing many leagues to experience a drop in membership.


[Sports Tease]


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The ACC presidents are meeting at this hour. We'll hear from Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski.
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[VO-NAT]

And a local man has been hard at work looking to help raise funds for the Roy Stanley scholarship fund at this Friday night's Auction.
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[S-ACC]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The ACC presidents and chancellors are doing another one of those conference calls at this hour. Today's chat began at 5:30, and as we have learned there is no guarantee that a vote will be taken on anything.
[GRAPHIC=ACC/MIAMI]

The "Invite Miami Only" campaign - has picked up a lot of steam in recent days. And this afternoon Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski broke his silence on the expansion subject.
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[VO NAT CON'T] The rule he is referring to is the one that the NCAA requires conferences to have 12 members before they can stage a playoff game. Krzyzewski says nothing in the NCAA is ever set in stone - even very old stone.
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[S-Roy]


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The Roy Stanley golf tournaments this weekend are a huge deal for us, but for many fans the auction on Friday night at 7 at Hanging Rock is the crown jewel of the fundraising weekend.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]

Todd Marcum, the president of Access Advertising Agency and a long time collector and creator of sports memorabilia has come up with some one of a kind items for area fans to bid on. Five by seven inch, full color cards of the Barbers, Lee Suggs, Shayne Graham, Jim Bibby and Shannon Taylor will be autographed and up for auction on Friday night.
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[OUT Q=...ONE OF A KIND PIECE."]
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Marcum, who is a Marshall alum, has done the same for Thundering Herd fans in the area. A one of a kind card featuring all-american Byron Leftwich and the actual ticket from the opening game of his senior season also will be available to collectors.
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[go to pinnacle 1030] Keep in mind the celebrity tournament is set for this Friday at one. The auction - which is open to the public - takes place at seven. And from 6pm to 7pm you can get free autographs from many of the stars who will be in attendance. Hope you can join us Friday at Hanging Rock.
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[S-Tennis]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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No major upsets at Wimbledon today, which was a relief after yesterday's action.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Wimbledon, England/ESPN; :00]

The defending women's champ Serena Williams played for the first time since her loss in the French Open final four and she posted as easy 6-3, 6-3 win over Jill Craybas. Andre Agassi opened up with a win over British wild card entry Jamie Delgado. It took him four sets to get the win, but he advances in this his 13th Wimbledon championship.
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[S-Box]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[VO-NAT eng#]

And finally tonight, Evander Holyfield has scheduled yet another comeback fight.
The four-time heavyweight champion has agreed to fight I-B-F cruiserweight champion James Toney on October four. The site for the fight has yet to be set. The 40-year-old Holyfield now has a goal of regaining all three heavyweight belts. You have to commend him because he is doing this without the aid of Don King. Holyfield calls himself a free agent. (------------)