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Coming up on News 7-
A Roanoke soldier is wounded in Iraq.
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The longer the debate goes on. The fiercer it gets. Big crowds tonight to debate Victory Stadium versus a new facility.
And the woman who police say pretended she was a long missing daughter is in jail tonight.
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[Talent=Jean]


News 7 at Eleven is next.

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Hundreds attend a forum to clear the air about the future of outdoor entertainment in Roanoke.
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[Victory-Stadium]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The future of Victory Stadium has been a topic of serious debate for seven years.
Two years ago, Roanoke City Council voted to build a new stadium amphitheater, but tonight the debate continues.

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Jennifer Wishon is outside the Roanoke Civic Center where a public forum is just wrapping up.
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[OUT Q=bring more people.]
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[Manivong]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A Roanoke soldier has been wounded in Iraq. The mother of 31- year- old Kong Manivong says her son was shot, but she has not recieved any word on his condition at this time. She stays in contact through e-mail, and hopes to hear from him soon. Manivong is a 19-92 graduate of Patrick Henry High School and is in the Army.

[Weapons-Search]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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There is progress in the search for weapons of Mass destruction.
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That, according to former U-N weapons inspector David Kay- who says the hunt has turned up physical evidence of illegal weapons.
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((DAVID KAY/FORMER U.N. WEAPONS INSPECTOR: WE ARE GAINING COOPERATION, THE ACTIVE COOPERATION OF IRAQIS WHO WERE INVOLVED IN THAT PROGRAM. WE ARE AS WE SPEAK INVOLVED IN , SENSITIVE EXPLOITATION OF SITES WE ARE BEING LED TO BY IRAQIS.))


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Lawmakers say the experts will continue their search before going public with piecemeal information.
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((SEN. JOHN WARNER/R- ARMED SERVICES CHAIRMAN, VIRGINIA: AND THE WORLD MUST EXERCISE PATIENTS GOOD SOLID PROGRESS IS BEING MADE.))
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Kay has spent the past month in Iraq overseeing the search.
He told Senators today that searchers are concentrating on biological weapons programs and the role of Iraq's intelligence and security.
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[Saddam's-Daughters]


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Two of Saddam's daughters and their nine children are in Jordan where they've been given sanctuary.
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The two sisters both in their 30's had reportedly been living in humble circumstances in Baghdad since their father's fall.
Unlike their two slain brothers, the women are not linked to the brutality of their father's rule.
In fact, Saddam ordered their husbands killed in 1996.
The whereabouts of Saddam's wife and his fifth and youngest child, a daughter, are unknown.
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[Roanoke-Symphony]


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The Roanoke Symphony Orchestra has a new executive director.
Paul Chambers will be on the job August First.
Chambers has worked for the Savannah and Wheeling symphonies and was CEO of the Crested Butte Music Festival.
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[Music-Games]


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Meanwhile, thousands of music fans braved the damp weather to watch the Summer Music Games.
The sold-out, soggy crowd watched seven groups perform tonight at Salem Stadium.
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Now the drum corps usually compete against each other. But because of the slippery field, the groups decided tonight would be an exhibition only.
The bands from all across the country are gearing up for the national championships next week in Florida.
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[Missing-Hoax]


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The woman accused of the cruel hoax on parents of a long lost child- is behind bars tonight.
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Donna Walker surrendered today in Topeka, Kansas.
She is charged with identity deception and false reporting - after calling a lawyer today for help.
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((RICHARD BARTA/SHAWNEE CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.; I THINK IT WAS ULTIMATELY HER THAT TURNED HERSELF INTO AUTHORITIES.))
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Authorities say Walker called the parents of a girl who was abducted 17 years ago and pretended to be her.
The girl's family was crushed when they found out it was all a lie.
It was then that authorities began a nationwide search.
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((THE INFORMATION I HAVE IS SHE WAS IN SEVERAL DIFFERENT LOCATIONS TODAY.))
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Indiana state police say the woman never asked for money and they don't know what her motive was.
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[Pillowtex]


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Governor Warner says state and federal funds will be used to help the one -thousand Pillowtex workers out of a job.
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Warner met with employees at the union hall today answering questions and explaining their options. Employees need to fill out paperwork with the Virginia Employment Commission to get re-training, unemployment and health care coverage. The Governor says he is also holding out hope that the Fieldale plant could be sold.
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((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER; THE FACT THAT IT WAS MAKING MONEY MEANS THAT IT SHOULD BE ABLE TO BE THAT ASSET THOSE PEOPLE THAT FACILITY SHOULD BE, WE SHOULD BE ABLE TO FIND SOMEONE THAT WILL WANT TO CONTINUE THAT OPERATION.))
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Warner says the best chance of that happening is in the next 45-days. The V-E-C will set up at the local high school to handle the influx of Pillowtex workers. A schedule of meeting times can be found on our website, wdbj7 dot- com.
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[Verizon]


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This weekend could bring a walkout at Verizon.
Company officials and union leaders continue to negotiate, but so far there is no agreement on a new contract.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond]


Verizon employees walked the picket line today in Richmond.
Their contract expires at midnight Saturday, and union leaders say differences on health insurance and job security have not been resolved.
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((GUY ANGELL/CWA LOCAL 2204 PRESIDENT: WE'RE ALWAYS HOPEFUL THAT A STRIKE CAN BE AVERTED AND CAN REACH AGREEMENT, BUT AT THIS TIME WE ARE FAR APART AND WE ARE PLANNING FOR A WALKOUT.)) ((PAUL MILLER/VERIZON SPOKESMAN: WE WOULD HOPE THAT THERE ISN'T A STRIKE. WE CERTAINLY WOULD NOT LIKE TO SEE THAT HAPPEN. AND I DON'T THINK OUR CUSTOMERS WANT TO SEE THAT HAPPEN.))
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There are roughly 13- thousand Verizon employees in Virginia, and about 900 in the area from Roanoke to far southwest Virginia.
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An adult chaperone is the latest person charged in the 4-H fight investigation.
More on that when News 7 returns.
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((Hey, folks. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, both Tech and UVA crack the top 20 in the Coaches poll. The Skins hope to crack the win column a few more times this season with Patrick Ramsey, and Mike Stevens takes us to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Plus, we'll tell you why John Andretti is stocking up on Brickyard 400 tickets in just a few.))

[Airport-Screening]


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The Federal Government is working on yet another idea to keep terrorists off airliners, a way of screening passengers to see if they match their government profile. Privacy advocates object to the idea, saying there could be unconstitutional invasions of privacy. Manuel Gallegus has more.
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((IT'S THE LATEST GOVERNMENT PLAN TO IMPROVE SECURITY AT THE NATION'S AIRPORTS. A COMPUTER BASED PASSENGER SCREENING SYSTEM THAT SEEKS TO KEEP TERRORISTS OFF COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT. -STAND-UP- BRIDGE MANUEL GALLEGUS ON CAM /AIRPORT With the new computer system, a passengers personal information will be run through a national data base. Its really designed to determine identity to make sure you are who you claim to be. A PASSENGER WOULD BE REQUIRED TO GIVE A NAME, BIRTHDATE, ADDRESS, AND PHONE NUMBER. THAT INFORMATION WOULD BE CHECKED BY THE TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION AND RUN THROUGH COMMERCIAL DATABASES THE OVERALL SCORE WILL DETERMINE YOUR TRUE IDENTITY. THE GOVERNMENT CLAIMS MOST PASSENGERS WILL BE IDENTIFIED AS LOW RISK AND GO THROUGH NORMAL AIRPORT SCREENING. BUT IF YOU'RE IDENTIFIED AS HIGH RISK OR IF YOU HAVE A WARRANT FOR YOUR ARREST LAW ENFORCEMENT STEPS IN. TRAVELERS WE TALKED WITH DIDN'T SEEM TO MIND THE EXTRA COMPUTER STEP. I figure the government knows all those things about us already. BUT PEOPLE ARE CONCERNED ABOUT THEIR PRIVACY GETTING ABUSED BY THE AIRLINES OR GOVERNMENT. ORIGINALLY THE GOVERNMENT CONSIDERED USING CREDIT HISTORY, PURCHASES, AND MEDICAL INFORMATION AS SECURITY CLUES. PRIVACY ADVOCATES FOUGHT THAT. -passenger - I'll wait to see now they use the info before I judge IT MAY BE SEVERAL MONTHS BEFORE THE NEW COMPUTER SYSTEM IS ACTIVATED THE HOMELAND SECURITY DEPARTMENT SAYS IT NEEDS TIME TO WORK OUT THE BUGS. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS LOS ANGELES.))

[4H-Fights]


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An arrest warrant is out for an adult chaperone who allegedly allowed 4-H campers to take part in organized fights.
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Franklin County Sheriff Quint Overton says 19-year-old Joe Cocke (COCK) of Bedford County faces three counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor -- a misdemeanor.
Cocke's expected to turn himself in tomorrow.
Overton says the young man KNEW about the fights but did nothing to stop them.
Three younger teenage counselors are already charged with child abuse, disorderly conduct and assault.
Investigators say the teens staged fistfights between campers as young as 10 and charged admission.
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[Shell]


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A Radford photographer charged in connection with the death of one of his models is now asking for donations through his website.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Radford/July 2;]

56-year-old Robert Shell was arrested on sexual charges in connection with the death of his assistant, 19-year-old Marion Franklin of North Carolina. Shell is accused of drugging Franklin, who was found dead in his studio June 3rd. Shell recently paid tribute to the model on his website, calling Franklin his Glass Rose. He also pledged his innocence and asked for contributions toward his defense. Shell was released on 50-thousand dollars bond earlier this month and is now under house arrest. Prosecutors say they will wait for the autopsy report before deciding if they will charge Shell with homicide.
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[Kobe]


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Media lawyers were in court today trying to convince the judge in the Kobe Bryant case to make public the documents that have been sealed so far.
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[SUPER=03-Eagle, CO]

They want to see the court papers about what happened the night a 19 year old woman says the basket ball player raped her. They say the court documents are public record under Colorado law, but the judge says he must weigh the public's right to know against the defendant's right to a fair trial.
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(( CHRIS BEALL/MEDIA ATTORNEY-THERE'S NOTHING IN THE RECORD THAT'S THERE'S ACTUALLY A REASON TO BELIEVE THE RELEASE OF THE ARREST WARRANT AND SEARCH WARRANT AFFIDAVITS WILL HARM THE DEFENDANT'S VERY IMPORTANT FAIR TRIAL RIGHTS))
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Attorneys for the prosecution say releasing the documents could hurt the VICTIM'S privacy rights and right to a fair trial.
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((GREGG CRITTENDEN/DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY- THERE'S ALREADY AN ATTEMPT TO PRE-TRY THIS CASE IN THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION))
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Friends of the accuser have already leaked several reports about what happened that night. Bryant was not present for today's proceedings, but he will be in court next week for an advisement hearing.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[WRITER=dse]
[NEWSCAST=11]
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She's been at it for 6 decades.
Now a 96 year old store owner in Alleghany County is getting some deserved recognition.
We'll meet Granny Averill when News 7 returns.
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Plus see what's being done all over Southwest and Central Virginia to stop the spread of West Nile Virus.
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[Robo-Shark]


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It looks like a real shark and moves like one, but
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Plymouth, MA]

this is not real.
This is robo-shark, a robotic shark designed to help scientists research the real thing.
Robo shark is operated by a person by remote control.
The robot can get closer to its living counterparts than any scientists could hope to get.
These pictures of the robot show just how real this robo shark looks at is swims with real sharks in an aquarium.
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[Mosquito-Control]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11 PM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=03-19 TC1:43:33]
[GRAPHIC=West Nile Virus]


There have been no confirmed cases of West Nile virus in humans so far this summer.
But Health officials say it is only a matter of time before that changes.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


The Health Department sends out two workers on a full-time basis to set up traps to determine whether mosquitos have West Nile.
They also respond to citizen complaints about standing water where mosquitos are known to breed.
Roanoke city goes a step further and makes it unlawful for any city resident to keep standing water.
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[SOT 1:16:15]
[IN Q=If we don't get]

((KAREN SAUL/VIRGINIA DEPT. OF HEALTH: IF WE DON'T GET COOPERATION WE CAN TAKE THEM TO COURT AND IN THE LAST FEW YEARS WE HAVEN'T HAD TO DO THAT FOR MOSQUITO BREEDING.))
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The state is also helping to prevent the spread of the West Nile virus.
Nine V-Dot workers are certified to look for signs of mosquito breeding and treat it with pesticides if needed.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Meantime, the Health Department is no longer testing dead birds in the Roanoke Valley.
They are still collecting birds in Botetourt and Craig Counties as well as Covington.

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Coming up, both the Cavs and Hokies are ranked in the preseason coaches' poll, training camp notes from Redskin Park, and a preview of this weekend's NFL Hall of Fame induction, but first tonight's extra point,
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[SUPER=03-Westminster, MD; :00]


Ray Lewis is a future Hall of Famer, but today he showed Ravens rookie Terrell Suggs what it's like to be a rook. Lewis welcomed Suggs to the Baltimore family with the pie to the face. Suggs, who will challenge Tech product Cornell Brown for a starting linebacker spot, was a good sport, but he won't be so nice to opposing AFC quarterbacks this season.
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[S-Poll]


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[GRAPHIC=NCAA Football]


The Pre-Season Top 25 Coaches Poll was released tonight and both the Hokies and the Hoos are ranked.
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[VO-NAT]


Tech checks in at number 10 while Virginia is number 17. The Cavs start the season in the poll for the first time under Al Groh. The Big 12 placed three teams in the top five with Oklahoma at one, Texas fourth and Kansas State fifth.
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[S-Fame]


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[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-159 701TC]
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The Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2003 will be inducted this weekend in Canton, Ohio, and as Mike Stevens explains, the ceremony will have a bit of a local flavor.
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[OUT Q=...NEWS 7 SPORTS."]
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[S-Redskins]


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The Washington Redskins worked out just once yesterday in Ashburn under cloudy skies and humid conditions. Second year quarterback has spent a lot of time in the film room throughout the offseason in an effort to improve on his rookie campaign.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Ashburn; :00]


Ramsey completed 117 passes for 15 hundred yards last season and approaches this year with many goals, one of which is to ignore any hype.
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[OUT Q=....do that"]
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[VO-NAT]


Ramsey was sacked 18 times in nine games last season and completed just 51 percent of his passes, but what a difference a year makes.
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[S-Andretti]


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[WRITER=twe]
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John Andretti will drive his third different car this season when he gets behind the wheel of a third car for Dale Earnhardt, Incorporated for this weekend's Brickyard 400. Andretti practically grew up around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Indianapolis, IN; :00]


that means that he needs plenty of extra tickets for the race in his home state of Indiana. He recently bought 12 seats for his friends and family. Andretti hopes the opportunity to hook up with DEI pays off.
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[S-Hollins]


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The eighth annual Hollins University all stars basketball camp wrapped up today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]


50 girls from third through ninth grade came out for instruction this summer. The camp is run by Hollins head women's basketball coach Karen Harvey, who works on the basics, no matter what the skill level.
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[Granny-Averill]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[TAPE#=03-21 TC1:19:06]
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You've seen commercials on how computers can help small businesses, but one woman in the region seems to be just fine without one.
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[VO-NAT - :18.5]
[SUPER=03-Alleghany Co.;]

In fact, little has changed at the Averill Store in Low Moor for more than 60 years. 96 year old Granny Averill has been behind the counter for all of them, doing the books by hand. Now Averill and the store have been recognized by the General Assembly for preserving a time that was simpler, and less complicated.
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((JIM SHULER; SHE HAD HER BIRTHDAY IN JANUARY, AND WE'D BEEN MEANING TO DO THIS FOR THE PAST YEAR. COME UP AND HONOR HER WHILE SHE'S LIVING, AND SHOW HER AS MUCH LOVE AND APPRECIATION FOR HER FROM ALL OF US HERE IN ALLEGHANY COUNTY. )) ((ALPHA "GRANNY" AVERILL; IT MEANS A WHOLE LOT, I WAS SUPRISED WHEN I SAW IT IN THE PAPER WHERE THEY HAD RECOGNIZED ME. BUT I DIDN'T THINK THEY WERE GOING TO DO ALL THIS.))
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The highlight of the store is its famed breakfast and lunch fare. Food is served until 2 in the afternoon. (------------)